Anna Muzychuk wins Maia Chiburdanidze Cup Print
Friday, 04 June 2010 19:51
The Women International Chess Tournament "Maia Chiburdanidze Cup" was held from 25th May to 3rd June in Tbilisi, under management by the Georgian Chess Federation. 58 players from four countries took participation.

Top-seeded IM Anna Muzychuk overshadows the rest of the field and claims the tournament with convincing 8 points from nine games, full point ahead of the second placed IM Nino Khurtsidze.

Muzychuk, originally from Lviv, Ukraine, is representing Slovenia and currently ranks as world's 8th in the FIDE women rating list.

Maia Chiburdanidze (1961) is legendary Georgian chess grandmaster and the seventh Women's World Chess Champion. She held the title in the period between 1978 and 1991. She is the only chess player in history who has won nine Chess Olympiads.

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Maia Chiburdanidze, Former World Champion


Final standings:

1. IM Muzychuk Anna SLO 2529 - 8.0
2. IM Khurtsidze Nino GEO 2448 - 7.0
3. IM Gvetadze Sopio GEO 2363 - 6.5
4. IM Khukhashvili Sopiko GEO 2421 - 6.5
5. WGM Batsiashvili Nino GEO 2325 - 6.0
6. IM Khotenashvili Bela GEO 2410 - 6.0
7. WIM Mikadze Miranda GEO 2351 - 6.0
8. IM Purtseladze Maka GEO 2317 - 6.0
9. IM Javakhishvili Lela GEO 2482 - 5.5
10. WGM Guramishvili Sopiko GEO 2289 - 5.5
11. WFM Mammadova Gulnar Marfat Qizi AZE 2287 - 5.5
12. WIM Nikoladze Sopio GEO 2214 - 5.5
13. WIM Arabidze Meri GEO 2298 - 5.5
14. WGM Charkhalashvili Inga GEO 2352 - 5.5
15. WGM Tqeshelashvili Sopio GEO 2274 - 5.5
16. Vakhania Alexandra GEO 2188 - 5.5
17. IM Melia Salome GEO 2466 - 5.5
18. Khazhomia Salome GEO 2136 - 5.5
19. WGM Galojan Lilit ARM 2402 - 5.5
20. WGM Mamedjarova Turkan AZE 2279 - 5.5 etc


 
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