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18th European Teams 2011 (8)

Germany shock Azerbaijan in Round 8 and set up Armenia battle for European Team Title

Germany shocked Azerbaijan with a 2.5-1.5 win. Now if the 10th seeds beat Armenia in the final round they will be champions. Photo ©

Germany shocked Azerbaijan with a 2.5-1.5 win. Now if the 10th seeds beat Armenia in the final round they will be champions. Photo © | http://euro2011.chessdom.com

Germany will play Armenia for the title in the final round of the European Team Championship in Porto Carras. Germany shocked Azerbaijan who outrated them on the top three boards. In form Teimour Radjabov had a very bad day. His opening allowed Arkadij Naiditsch to at least equalise in only a handful of moves and when he pushed on the kingside too early his centre was disintegrated by Naiditsch. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov should probably have levelled the match but Daniel Fridman defended with great tenacity and held the draw to give Germany a 2.5-1.5 win. Armenia beat the Netherlands with wins from Levon Aronian and Vladimir Akopian. They now top the standings on tie-break from Germany both on 13 points. Azerbaijan drop to third, Bulgaria are fourth, both on 12 points. The medals will surely be divided amongst these teams. Final Round 9 Pairings: GER-ARM, AZE-ROM, HUN-BUL, SLO-RUS, NED-CZE, FRA-ESP, CRO-POL, GRE-ITA, ENG-UKR, SUI-ISR, GEO-SWE, SRB-MNE, MDA-AUT, LAT-LTU, TUR-NOR, ISL-SCO,CYP-DEN, FIN-LUX, MKD-WLS.

Azerbaijan against Germany

Azerbaijan against Germany. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

Just when it looked like everything was in good working order for Azerbaijan their top board Teimour Radjabov made a very undistinguished opening choice which at the very least allowed Arkadij Naiditsch to equalised after only a few moves and he was probably doing quite a bit better than that. It seems like 29.g5 was an error and this should have been prepared by 29.Rg1. Naiditsch played classically after that disintegrating white's centre for a decisive advantage.

Arkadij Naiditsch

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Teimour Radjabov

Position after 29.g5? 29.Rg1 should have been played first.

29... fxg5 30. Rg1 h6 31. h4 gxh4 32. Rbf1 b5 33. cxb5 Qxb5 34. Qd1 c4 35. dxc4 Qb7 36. Nb4 Rxa3 37. c5 Nxe4 38. c6 Qxb4 39. cxd7 Qb7 40. Kh2 Ra2+ 41. Rg2 Qxd7 42. Nxh4 Rxg2+ 43. Kxg2 Nf6 44. Ng6+ Kh7 45. Nxe5 Qd5+ 46. Nf3 Ra2+ 47. Kh1 d3 48. Kg1 Qe4 49. Rf2 Qe3 50. Nd2 Qd4 0-1

Vugar Gashimov quickly equalised against Georg Meier with black. Eltaj Safarli held Jan Gustafsson without any problems either.

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov tried very hard against Daniel Fridman who held a very dodgy looking position by using a passed b-pawn to force a draw and thus secured Germany victory.

Daniel Fridman

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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov

Position after 49.Nxh5+. Sadly for white black will be able to harass the light squared bishop which white needs to stop the b-pawn and it won't be able to hide.

49... Kh8 50. Be4 Rc1 51. g6 Rc5 52. Nf4 Rc4 53. Bf5 Rc5 54. Bb1 Rc1 55. Bd3 Rc3 56. Bb1 Rc1 57. Bf5 Rc5 58. g7+ Kxg7 59. Bb1 1/2-1/2

Armenia against the Netherlands

Armenia against the Netherlands. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

Levon Aronian's skittish performance in the event continued with a win against Anish Giri. Aronian didn't seem to have anything at all out of the opening but whistled up a very dangerous initiative from almost nowhere after which Giri found he was losing.

Anish Giri

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Levon Aronian

Position after 33.Qb1

33.... Rb4?

33... h6 seems better although the b-pawn is causing black all sorts of problems

34. Qf5

White is now winning.

34...Qe7 35. Nc6 Qe4+ 36. Qxe4 Rxe4 37. b6 Nd7 38. b7 f6 39. b8=Q+ Nxb8 40. Nxb8 Rb4 41. Nd7 Rb5 42. Rxa4 Kf7 43. Ra6 1-0

Loek van Wely got nothing as white against Sergei Movsesian in a game drawn in 20 moves. Nor did Daniel Stellwagen ever look better against Gabriel Sargissian and he gave perpetual check for a draw on move 34.

Vladimir Akopian gave up a pawn in the middlegame against Ivan Sokolov for a couple of tempi and some slight pressure. Sokolov's position should have been holdable but once Akopian's king penetrated his position on the run up to first time control he was lost.

Ivan Sokolov

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Vladimir Akopian

Position after 28...Ng4

29. Rd3 Nxh2+ 30. Kg2 Ng4 31. f4 g5 32. Re6 Rg8 33. Kf3 Rg6 34. Rd2 gxf4 35. Kxf4 Nf6 36. Rh2 Rdg8 37. Rxd6 Rg4+ 38. Kxf5 Ne4 39. Rdh6 Nxg3+ 40. Ke6 Re4+ 41. Kd7 Rg7+ 42. Kc6 Rxc4 43. d6 Nf5 44. Rf6 Rf4 45. Rf8+ Rg8 46. Rxg8+ Kxg8 47. d7 Nd4+ 48. Kxc5 1-0

Romania vs Hungary

Romania vs Hungary. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

Romania drew with Hungary 2-2. Peter Leko got a quick draw with black with Constantin Lupulescu.

Zoltan Almasi pounced on a bad error by Mircea-Emilian Parligras.

Mircea-Emilian Parligras

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Zoltan Almasi

Position after 23.Qg3

23... b6

23... Kd8 24. Nd6 b6 and play goes on.

24. Nxa6 Rc6 25. Rxc6 Bxc6 26. Nd6+ Nxd6 27. exd6 Qb7 28. d7+ Bxd7 29. Qd6 1-0

Levante Vajda broke through in a major piece ending against Ferenc Berkes. Csaba Balogh seemed to be doing well at one point against Gergely-Andras-Gyula but in the end the game finished in perpetual check.

Veselin Topalov and Ivan Cheparinov back to winning ways

Veselin Topalov and Ivan Cheparinov back to winning ways. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

Bulgaria 3-1 Italy. Michele Godena seemed to be doing very well on the black side of a Queen's Gambit Accepted against Veselin Topalov but then went very wrong and lost quickly.

Michele Godena

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Veselin Topalov

Position after 24.e5

24... Qg5

24... Qh4 seems best

25. Qe4 Bxc4

This loses but things are already tricky. 25... Bb7 and 25... Nb8 are not fully satisfactory.

26. Bxc4 Na5 27. e6 Nf6 28. exf7+ Rxf7 29. Bxf7+ 1-0

Ivan Cheparinov saw more deeply through the complications than his opponent Daniyyl Dvirnyy and forced resignation in 29 moves. Alexander Delchev drew with Sabino Brunello in a balanced game. Axel Rombaldoni couldn't convert a decisive advantage against Kiril Georgiev and the game eventually drifted to a draw.

Russia against France

Russia against France. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

Russia 2.5-1.5 France. Alexander Grischuk won a game against Etienne Bacrot where he stood a little worse for much of the time and Bacrot finally wrecked his position on the run up to first time control. Sergey Karjakin also outplayed his opponent on the run up to first time control. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave was not much better early on but after move 30 his position fell apart.

Sergey Karjakin

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Maxime Vachier-Lagrave

Position after 30.Qe2

30... a5 31. Nb5 Rd8 32. e4 Bxd4+ 33. Nxd4 Qc5 34. exf5 Qxd4+ 35. Kh1 exf5 36. Rc1 Kf8 37. Bb5 Qd2 38. Rc7 Qd1+ 0-1

Alexander Morozevich made no progress against Laurent Fressinet. Christian Bauer was more alert than Ian Nepomniachtchi in a lengthy manoeuvring game and pounced on a bad error.

Ian Nepomniachtchi

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Christian Bauer

Position after 45.Bxe5

45... Qxe6?

Losing 45...Rg8 is equal.

46. f4! Rd8 47. fxg5+ Kh7 48. Nc4 Rh4 49. Qb7+ Rd7 50. Qa8 Qd5+ 51. Qxd5 Rxd5 52. Re1 Rh3 53. Bf6 Kg8 54. Re8+ Kf7 55. Re7+ Kf8 56. Ne5 Rxe5 57. Rxe5 Rc3 58. Kg2 c4 59. bxc4 Rxc4 60. Rxa5 b3 61. Rb5 1-0

Czech Republic 2.5-1.5 Serbia. Board 4 Jiri Stocek beat Milos Perunovic with black in the only decisive game.

Poland and especially Greece have put a lot of effort into this event. Today there were four pretty short draws.

England beat Finland

England beat Finland. Photo © ChessDom http://euro2011.chessdom.com/

England beat Finland 3.5-0.5, Adams drew with Tomi Nyback on top board. There were wins for Nigel Short, Gawain Jones and Nicholas Pert in the remaining games were they vastly outrated their opponents.

18th European Team Porto Carras GRE Thu 3rd Nov 2011 - Fri 11th Nov 2011
Leading Round 8 (of 9) Standings:
RkSNoTeamFEDGames + = - TB1 TB2 TB3 TB4 TB5
14ArmeniaARM86111321.0132.0335.899.0
210GermanyGER86111320.0143.5355.3107.0
33AzerbaijanAZE85211220.0146.5366.8109.0
47BulgariaBUL85211218.5145.0333.0108.5
55HungaryHUN84311119.0132.0306.099.0
617RomaniaROM85121119.0124.0270.598.5
71RussiaRUS85121118.5141.0322.0104.5
812Czech Rep.CZE83411017.0138.5287.3106.0
99NetherlandsNED84221016.5144.5294.8110.0
1021SloveniaSLO84221016.5140.5287.5107.0
1114PolandPOL8332919.0128.5298.596.5
126FranceFRA8332917.5144.0307.0109.0
1319GreeceGRE8413917.5133.0265.8107.5
1413SpainESP8413917.0145.5305.0110.5
1522ItalyITA8413916.5132.5250.8107.0
1616CroatiaCRO8332916.0140.5274.3106.0
1718SerbiaSRB8404819.5118.5271.592.5
1815GeorgiaGEO8323819.0112.5246.089.5
1911IsraelISR8323817.5132.0281.099.0
208EnglandENG8323817.0135.5276.8101.0
2126SwitzerlandSUI8323817.0114.5224.090.5
222UkraineUKR8323816.5138.0274.5104.0
2325SwedenSWE8323816.5120.0238.593.5
2429MontenegroMNE8323816.5120.0228.891.0
2520MoldovaMDA8314718.0124.0261.396.5
2627LatviaLAT8314716.0125.5245.593.5
2723AustriaAUT8233715.0123.5198.397.0
2834TurkeyTUR8305614.5116.5174.391.5
2933LithuaniaLTU8224614.0135.5229.3103.0
3032IcelandISL8305614.0128.5211.3100.0
3124DenmarkDEN8224613.0133.0198.899.0
3231NorwayNOR8224613.0120.5191.890.5
3330FYROMMKD8215514.5112.0174.587.5
3428FinlandFIN8215513.5116.0164.391.5
3535ScotlandSCO8215513.599.5134.375.0
3637LuxembourgLUX812549.0110.092.585.0
3736WalesWLS802625.5110.051.385.5
3838CyprusCYP801715.5107.052.582.5
18th European Team Porto Carras GRE Thu 3rd Nov 2011 - Fri 11th Nov 2011
Leading Round 8 (of 9) Results:
Round 8 on 2011/11/10 at 15:00
Bo.3AzerbaijanRtg-10GermanyRtg1½:2½
1.1GMRadjabov Teimour2781-GMNaiditsch Arkadij27120 - 1
1.2GMGashimov Vugar2757-GMMeier Georg2659½ - ½
1.3GMMamedyarov Shakhriyar2733-GMFridman Daniel2661½ - ½
1.4GMSafarli Eltaj2630-GMGustafsson Jan2633½ - ½
Bo.4ArmeniaRtg-9NetherlandsRtg3 : 1
2.1GMAronian Levon2802-GMGiri Anish27141 - 0
2.2GMMovsesian Sergei2710-GMVan Wely Loek2686½ - ½
2.3GMAkopian Vladimir2681-GMSokolov Ivan26461 - 0
2.4GMSargissian Gabriel2671-GMStellwagen Daniel2627½ - ½
Bo.17RomaniaRtg-5HungaryRtg2 : 2
3.1GMLupulescu Constantin2657-GMLeko Peter2720½ - ½
3.2GMParligras Mircea-Emilian2650-GMAlmasi Zoltan27070 - 1
3.3GMVajda Levente2584-GMBerkes Ferenc27051 - 0
3.4GMSzabo Gergely-Andras-Gyula2553-GMBalogh Csaba2662½ - ½
Bo.7BulgariaRtg-22ItalyRtg3 : 1
4.1GMTopalov Veselin2768-GMGodena Michele25481 - 0
4.2GMCheparinov Ivan2650-IMDvirnyy Daniyyl24751 - 0
4.3GMDelchev Aleksander2629-GMBrunello Sabino2575½ - ½
4.4GMGeorgiev Kiril2666-IMRombaldoni Axel2459½ - ½
Bo.1RussiaRtg-6FranceRtg2½:1½
5.1GMGrischuk Alexander2752-GMBacrot Etienne27141 - 0
5.2GMKarjakin Sergey2763-GMVachier-Lagrave Maxime27101 - 0
5.3GMMorozevich Alexander2762-GMFressinet Laurent2700½ - ½
5.4GMNepomniachtchi Ian2730-GMBauer Christian26410 - 1
Bo.12Czech Rep.Rtg-18SerbiaRtg2½:1½
6.1GMNavara David2724-GMIvanisevic Ivan2636½ - ½
6.2GMLaznicka Viktor2703-GMSolak Dragan2629½ - ½
6.3GMHracek Zbynek2628-GMKovacevic Aleksandar2563½ - ½
6.4GMStocek Jiri2600-GMPerunovic Milos25761 - 0
Bo.14PolandRtg-19GreeceRtg2 : 2
7.1GMWojtaszek Radoslaw2705-GMBanikas Hristos2620½ - ½
7.2GMSocko Bartosz2635-GMMastrovasilis Dimitrios2621½ - ½
7.3GMBartel Mateusz2653-GMHalkias Stelios2593½ - ½
7.4GMMiton Kamil2622-GMNikolaidis Ioannis2554½ - ½
Bo.21SloveniaRtg-26SwitzerlandRtg3 : 1
8.1GMBeliavsky Alexander G2617-GMPelletier Yannick2581½ - ½
8.2GMLenic Luka2634-GMKorchnoi Viktor2567½ - ½
8.3GMBorisek Jure2541-IMKurmann Oliver24511 - 0
8.4GMSkoberne Jure2533-IMForster Richard24581 - 0
Bo.13SpainRtg-27LatviaRtg3 : 1
9.1GMVallejo Pons Francisco2705-GMMiezis Normunds2547½ - ½
9.2GMShirov Alexei2705-GMSveshnikov Evgeny2514½ - ½
9.3GMIllescas Cordoba Miguel2609-IMNeiksans Arturs25021 - 0
9.4GMArizmendi Martinez Julen Luis2568-GMStarostits Ilmars24561 - 0
Bo.16CroatiaRtg-20MoldovaRtg2½:1½
10.1GMStevic Hrvoje2612-GMBologan Viktor2665½ - ½
10.2GMSaric Ivan2648-GMIordachescu Viorel26481 - 0
10.3GMPalac Mladen2580-GMSvetushkin Dmitry2621½ - ½
10.4GMBrkic Ante2605-IMVedmediuc Serghei2465½ - ½
Bo.25SwedenRtg-29MontenegroRtg2 : 2
11.1GMTikkanen Hans2586-GMDjukic Nikola24930 - 1
11.2GMGrandelius Nils2543-GMBlagojevic Dragisa25141 - 0
11.3GMCarlsson Pontus2502-GMDrasko Milan24781 - 0
11.4IMSemcesen Daniel2490-GMKosic Dragan25020 - 1
Bo.23AustriaRtg-15GeorgiaRtg2 : 2
12.1GMRagger Markus2662-GMJobava Baadur2678½ - ½
12.2GMKindermann Stefan2519-GMPantsulaia Levan2588½ - ½
12.3GMShengelia David2551-GMGagunashvili Merab2577½ - ½
12.4IMKreisl Robert2415-Zarkua Davit2443½ - ½
Bo.2UkraineRtg-32IcelandRtg3 : 1
13.1GMPonomariov Ruslan2723-GMDanielsen Henrik25421 - 0
13.2GMEljanov Pavel2691-FMGretarsson Hjorvar Steinn2452½ - ½
13.3GMMoiseenko Alexander2715-IMThorfinnsson Bragi24211 - 0
13.4GMEfimenko Zahar2702-GMOlafsson Helgi2531½ - ½
Bo.11IsraelRtg-24DenmarkRtg3½: ½
14.1GMRodshtein Maxim2645-GMHansen Sune Berg2566½ - ½
14.2GMSutovsky Emil2696-GMRasmussen Allan Stig25411 - 0
14.3GMSmirin Ilia2670-GMAagaard Jacob25221 - 0
14.4GMPostny Evgeny2640-IMGlud Jakob Vang24971 - 0
Bo.8EnglandRtg-28FinlandRtg3½: ½
15.1GMAdams Michael2734-GMNyback Tomi2631½ - ½
15.2GMShort Nigel D2698-IMSammalvuo Tapani24921 - 0
15.3GMJones Gawain C B2635-IMAgopov Mikael24501 - 0
15.4GMPert Nicholas2563-IMKarttunen Mika24341 - 0
Bo.31NorwayRtg-33LithuaniaRtg2 : 2
16.1GMLie Kjetil A2560-GMSulskis Sarunas25770 - 1
16.2IMElsness Frode2506-IMZagorskis Darius2497½ - ½
16.3GMJohannessen Leif Erlend2515-IMSakalauskas Vaidas2411½ - ½
16.4IMGetz Nicolai2369-IMLabeckas Kestutis24101 - 0
Bo.37LuxembourgRtg-30FYROMRtg2 : 2
17.1IMBerend Fred2381-GMGeorgiev Vladimir25531 - 0
17.2Jeitz Christian2171-GMNedev Trajko24930 - 1
17.3FMMossong Hubert2119-IMColovic Aleksandar24511 - 0
17.4WIMSteil-Antoni Fiona2104-GMStanojoski Zvonko24700 - 1
Bo.34TurkeyRtg-36WalesRtg3½: ½
18.1IMYilmaz Mustafa2515-FMWilliams A Howard2353½ - ½
18.2GMCan Emre2465-CMJones Iolo C22821 - 0
18.3IMFirat Burak2393-Kett Tim21841 - 0
18.4CMSanal Vahap2275-Pleasants Allan J20891 - 0
Bo.35ScotlandRtg-38CyprusRtg3 : 1
19.1FMMorrison Graham2339-Bryan-Vissi Mark18081 - 0
19.2IMMuir Andrew J2311-Aristotelous Vassilis19211 - 0
19.3CMRoberts Paul2222-Boulos Vrachimis0½ - ½
19.4Mitchell Martin2215-Constantinou Pavlos2068½ - ½
18th European Team w Porto Carras GRE Thu 3rd Nov 2011 - Fri 11th Nov 2011
Leading Round 8 (of 9) Standings:
RkSNoTeamFEDGames + = - TB1 TB2 TB3 TB4 TB5
11RussiaRUS87101522.5143.5395.8107.5
25PolandPOL86111321.0140.5356.0106.5
32UkraineUKR86021220.5139.5343.5102.5
43GeorgiaGEO86021220.0147.5359.0109.5
512FranceFRA85031018.0136.5293.5102.0
64ArmeniaARM84221017.0141.5291.8104.5
77GermanyGER8413918.5127.5292.896.0
818Czech Rep.CZE8332917.0138.0289.3101.5
915IsraelISR8413917.0128.0263.093.5
108BulgariaBUL8413916.5143.0282.3107.5
1121AustriaAUT8413916.5108.5199.587.5
129RomaniaROM8413915.0145.0254.8107.0
1314SerbiaSRB8323818.0114.0221.391.5
1411SloveniaSLO8323816.5113.0202.890.5
156HungaryHUN8323815.0138.0247.8101.0
1610SpainESP8314716.0120.0230.090.5
1722EnglandENG8314716.0111.0189.390.0
1817AzerbaijanAZE8314715.5128.0234.896.0
1927TurkeyTUR8314715.5123.0233.094.5
2013NetherlandsNED8233715.0133.5243.598.5
2119CroatiaCRO8314714.5136.0242.399.5
2223ItalyITA8224615.5105.0174.886.5
2326LithuaniaLTU8143615.0111.5178.091.0
2416GreeceGRE8143614.5133.5239.398.0
2520LatviaLAT8215515.5103.5180.084.0
2624MontenegroMNE8215512.0117.0162.596.5
2725SwitzerlandSUI8125411.5133.0184.597.0
2828NorwayNOR800802.5125.034.095.0
18th European Team w Porto Carras GRE Thu 3rd Nov 2011 - Fri 11th Nov 2011
Leading Round 8 (of 9) Results:
Round 8 on 2011/11/10 at 15:00
Bo.1RussiaRtg-12FranceRtg3 : 1
1.1GMKosintseva Nadezhda2546-IMMilliet Sophie23861 - 0
1.2GMKosintseva Tatiana2526-WGMMaisuradze Nino2315½ - ½
1.3IMGunina Valentina2514-WGMGuichard Pauline2305½ - ½
1.4WGMPogonina Natalija2451-IMCollas Silvia22871 - 0
Bo.5PolandRtg-18Czech Rep.Rtg2½:1½
2.1GMSocko Monika2479-WGMKulovana Eva2297½ - ½
2.2WGMZawadzka Jolanta2326-WGMNemcova Katerina22761 - 0
2.3WGMMajdan Gajewska Joanna2386-WIMHavlikova Kristyna22851 - 0
2.4WIMToma Katarzyna2297-WIMOlsarova Tereza22320 - 1
Bo.3GeorgiaRtg-8BulgariaRtg3 : 1
3.1GMDzagnidze Nana2516-GMStefanova Antoaneta2531½ - ½
3.2IMJavakhishvili Lela2475-WGMVidenova Iva2297½ - ½
3.3IMKhurtsidze Nino2440-WGMDjingarova Emilia23091 - 0
3.4IMMelia Salome2392-WGMNikolova Adriana22861 - 0
Bo.2UkraineRtg-6HungaryRtg3 : 1
4.1GMLahno Kateryna2549-GMHoang Thanh Trang2446½ - ½
4.2IMUshenina Anna2463-IMMadl Ildiko23991 - 0
4.3IMGaponenko Inna2435-WGMGara Ticia2375½ - ½
4.4IMMuzychuk Mariya2460-IMGara Anita23401 - 0
Bo.14SerbiaRtg-4ArmeniaRtg1½:2½
5.1IMBojkovic Natasa2396-GMDanielian Elina2507½ - ½
5.2WGMChelushkina Irina2276-IMMkrtchian Lilit24690 - 1
5.3WGMStojanovic Andjelija2280-IMGalojan Lilit23831 - 0
5.4WIMDrljevic Ljilja2273-WGMKursova Maria23150 - 1
Bo.11SloveniaRtg-9RomaniaRtg1 : 3
6.1IMMuzychuk Anna2557-IMFoisor Cristina-Adela24181 - 0
6.2WGMKrivec Jana2291-WGML'ami Alina23640 - 1
6.3WGMSrebrnic Ana2219-WIMBulmaga Irina23340 - 1
6.4WIMRozic Vesna2263-WGMVoicu Jagodzinsky Carmen23000 - 1
Bo.7GermanyRtg-19CroatiaRtg2½:1½
7.1WGMMichna Marta2382-WGMGolubenko Valentina2293½ - ½
7.2WIMOhme Melanie2361-WIMFranciskovic Borka22801 - 0
7.3WGMLevushkina Elena2307-WIMSaric Kristina22551 - 0
7.4WIMHoolt Sarah2286-WIMJelica Mara22340 - 1
Bo.21AustriaRtg-17AzerbaijanRtg3 : 1
8.1IMMoser Eva2448-WGMMamedjarova Zeinab23141 - 0
8.2WFMExler Veronika2124-WIMKazimova Narmin22410 - 1
8.3WFMNewrkla Katharina2131-WGMMamedjarova Turkan22771 - 0
8.4WFMNovkovic Julia2089-WIMUmudova Nargiz22101 - 0
Bo.16GreeceRtg-15IsraelRtg1 : 3
9.1IMDembo Yelena2468-WIMPorat Maya2299½ - ½
9.2WGMMakropoulou Marina2201-WIMEfroimski Marsel22300 - 1
9.3WIMFakhiridou Ekaterini2180-IMBorsuk Angela2257½ - ½
9.4WIMPavlidou Ekaterini2176-WIMVasiliev Olga23050 - 1
Bo.23ItalyRtg-13NetherlandsRtg2 : 2
10.1IMSedina Elena2343-GMPeng Zhaoqin23791 - 0
10.2IMZimina Olga2338-IMLanchava Tea23200 - 1
10.3WIMBrunello Marina2221-WIMBensdorp Marlies22421 - 0
10.4Messina Roberta1964-WIMHaast Anne22680 - 1
Bo.20LatviaRtg-27TurkeyRtg1½:2½
11.1WGMReizniece-Ozola Dana2281-WIMYildiz Betul Cemre23010 - 1
11.2WGMBerzina Ilze2320-WIMOzturk Kubra22390 - 1
11.3WIMSkinke Katrina2227-WCMKaya Emel20051 - 0
11.4WGMErneste Inguna2218-Cemhan Kardelen1881½ - ½
Bo.24MontenegroRtg-22EnglandRtg1½:2½
12.1WGMVojinovic Jovana2346-IMHouska Jovanka24151 - 0
12.2WFMMilovic Aleksandra2171-IMCiuksyte Dagne23270 - 1
12.3WFMStojanovic Marija R2095-WFMYurenok Maria S2106½ - ½
12.4Blagojevic Tijana1925-WFMBhatia Kanwal K20870 - 1
Bo.25SwitzerlandRtg-10SpainRtg1½:2½
13.1WIMSeps Monika2198-IMAlexandrova Olga24230 - 1
13.2WIMHeinatz Dr Gundula2205-WGMCalzetta Ruiz Monica2301½ - ½
13.3De Seroux Camille2056-WIMHernandez Estevez Yudania22840 - 1
13.4Stoeri Laura1939-WFMPascual Palomo Lucia21041 - 0

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