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Saturday, December 11, 2010

2010 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship:round 3 game 2

The second games of the 8-third round matches in the FIDE Women's World Chess Championship were played today in Turkey. Here are the results from this round
(the player on the left had the white pieces in the game:);

Ruan Lufei- Alexandra Kosteniuk, result: draw in 73 moves

Mariya Muzychuk- Hairka Dronavalli result:draw in 24 moves

Humpy Koneru- Anna Zatonskih result:draw in 14 moves

Zhu Chen - Hou Yifan result: 1-0 in 48 moves
Xue Zhao - Yelena Dembo result: draw in 71 moves

Viktorija Cmilyte- Almira Skripchenko result: draw in 53 moves

Qian Huang-Kateryna Lahno result: draw in 47 moves

Wenjun Ju - Anna Muzychuk result:draw in 43 moves

These results mean that Koneru,  and Xue have won their matches and move on to round 4 of the Championship. All the other players now must play in playoff games on Sunday.

Here are the standings in all the  3rd- round matches after 2 games:


Round 3




Name FED T Rtg G1 G2 Rp1 Rp2 Bz1 Bz2 SD Total


Round 3 Match 01

Kosteniuk, Alexandra RUS GM 2507 ½ ½




1

Ruan, Lufei CHN WGM 2480 ½ ½




1


Round 3 Match 02

Koneru, Humpy IND GM 2600 1 ½






Zatonskih, Anna USA IM 2478 0 ½




½


Round 3 Match 03

Hou, Yifan CHN GM 2591 1 0




1

Zhu, Chen QAT GM 2477 0 1




1


Round 3 Match 04

Zhao, Xue CHN GM 2474 1 ½






Dembo, Yelena GRE IM 2454 0 ½




½


Round 3 Match 05

Cmilyte, Viktorija LTU GM 2514 ½ ½




1

Skripchenko, Almira FRA IM 2460 ½ ½




1


Round 3 Match 06

Lahno, Kateryna UKR GM 2522 1 ½






Huang, Qian CHN WGM 2402 0 ½




½


Round 3 Match 07

Muzychuk, Anna SLO IM 2530 0 ½




½

Ju, Wenjun CHN WGM 2524 1 ½







Round 3 Match 08

Harika, Dronavalli IND IM 2525 ½ ½




1

Muzychuk, Mariya UKR IM 2462 ½ ½




1

















You can play through all the of  second  games of these matches by clicking on the following link:

http://live1.tsf.org.tr/ 

Best wishes to all the Women playing in the rapid playoff games on Sunday!

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