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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

FIDE Women's World Chess Championship:Round 2, Game 1 results

The first game of the second round matches have been played in the FIDE Women's World Chess Championship.Here are  the results from all the round 2 game one matches:

Round two results

Name FED Tit. Rtg G1 G2 Rp1 Rp2 Bz1 Bz2 SD Total
Round 2 Match 01
Kosteniuk, Alexandra
RUS
GM
2507
½
½
Khukhashvili, Sopiko
GEO
IM
2430
½
½
Round 2 Match 02
Koneru, Humpy
IND
GM
2600
1
1
Houska, Jovanka
ENG
IM
2421
0
0
Round 2 Match 03
Hou, Yifan
CHN
GM
2591
1
1
Romanko, Marina
RUS
IM
2414
0
0
Round 2 Match 04
Kosintseva, Tatiana
RUS
GM
2581
0
0
Dembo, Yelena
GRE
IM
2454
1
1
Round 2 Match 05
Dzagnidze, Nana
GEO
GM
2551
½
½
Skripchenko, Almira
FRA
IM
2460
½
½
Round 2 Match 06
Stefanova, Antoaneta
BUL
GM
2548
1
1
Huang, Qian
CHN
WGM
2402
0
0
Round 2 Match 07
Muzychuk, Anna
SLO
IM
2530
1
1
Ovod, Evgenija
RUS
IM
2387
0
0
Round 2 Match 08
Yildiz, Betul Cemre
TUR
WIM
2225
0
0
Muzychuk, Mariya
UKR
IM
2462
1
1
Round 2 Match 09
Harika, Dronavalli
IND
IM
2525
1
1
Shadrina, Tatiana
RUS
WGM
2384
0
0
Round 2 Match 10
Ju, Wenjun
CHN
WGM
2524
½
½
Kovanova, Baira
RUS
WGM
2380
½
½
Round 2 Match 11
Lahno, Kateryna
UKR
GM
2522
½
½
Hoang Thanh Trang
HUN
GM
2473
½
½
Round 2 Match 12
Cmilyte, Viktorija
LTU
GM
2514
0
0
Paehtz, Elisabeth
GER
IM
2474
1
1
Round 2 Match 13
Chiburdanidze, Maia
GEO
GM
2502
0
0
Zhao, Xue
CHN
GM
2474
1
1
Round 2 Match 14
Socko, Monika
POL
GM
2495
½
½
Zhu, Chen
QAT
GM
2477
½
½
Round 2 Match 15
Sebag, Marie
FRA
GM
2494
0
0
Zatonskih, Anna
USA
IM
2478
1
1
Round 2 Match 16
Ruan, Lufei
CHN
WGM
2480
1
1
Zhang, Xiaowen
CHN
WGM
2339
0
0

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