Friday, August 12, 2011

2011 World Girls U-20 Chess Championship

Top Standings after R10:

Rk.NameFEDRtgPts.TB1 TB2 TB3 wwew-weKrtg+/-
1RUSWGMGirya OlgaRUS23718.52254227422968.56.711.791017.9
2PERWGMCori T DeysiPER23768.52250226922908.56.801.701017.0
3ROUWIMBulmaga IrinaROU22937.022722297232575.561.441521.6
4TURWIMOzturk KubraTUR22587.021782208222776.300.701510.5
5RUSDogodkina JuliaRUS21937.021042129215876.330.671510.1
6SWEWIMAgrest InnaSWE22207.020782101212876.940.06150.9
7GEOWGMPaikidze NaziGEO24166.52268228823096.57.09-0.5915-8.9
8INDWGMPadmini RoutIND23486.52200221622326.57.07-0.5715-8.6
9RUSWFMSemenova ElenaRUS21756.52198223422576.55.061.441521.6
10AZEWIMMammadova Gulnar Marfat QiziAZE22946.52181220222296.56.64-0.1415-2.1
11VIEWIMHoang Thi Nhu YVIE22046.52042206120836.56.340.16152.4
12GEOWIMTsatsalashvili KetiGEO23186.51999201620326.57.76-1.2615-18.9

Narmin Kazimova has dropped to 23rd place, currently with 5.5. She hung tough for a long time, I'm proud of her!

In the Open (all dudes), USA's GM Ray Robson is in 4th place overall, with 7.5, one point off the pace,  In sole first at the moment is GM Robert Hovhannisyan (ARM 2556) with 8.5. I believe there are 3 more rounds to go. He's got tough competition. Can he fight off the challenges and win a medal?

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