Nakamura Wins Zurich Chess Challenge 2015

Zurich Chess Challenge 2015

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The legendary Zurich Chess Challenge took place from February 13 to 19, 2015 at the “Savoy Baur en Ville” in the Swiss city Zurich. Title defender Magnus Carlsen did not show up this year, but the world-class competitors certainly made up for it. The six participants were:

Winner of the overall rating Hikaru Nakamura who persistently fought for the title and stood strong through the Armageddon tiebreak against Anand.

Runner-up and former World Champion Visvanathan Anand who won the Classical with seven points.

Russian talent Vladimir Kramnik, who won the Rapid competition, but only made it to 3rd rank in total standings.

Levon Aronian, who had to comply with 4th rank and the victory of the Blitz competition.

25 year-old Sergey Karjakin, who currently ranks 12th in worldwide standings, but only ranked 5th in Zurich.

Italian player Fabiano Caruana, runner-up in world rankings, who surprisingly and disappointingly ended up in bottom rank.

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Final Ranking
Rank Name NAT Points ELO
1 Hikaru Nakamura USA 9 2776
2 Viswanathan Anand IND 9 2797
3 Vladimir Kramnik RUS 8.5 2783
4 Levon Aronian ARM 7 2777
5 Sergey Karjakin RUS 6 2760
6 Fabiano Caruana ITA 5.5 2811

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Parings & Final Results Classical
Round 1 – Sat, February 14th
Anand, Viswanathan
1:1
Kramnik, Vladimir
Aronian, Levon
1:1
Karjakin, Sergey
Caruana, Fabiano
0:2
Nakamura, Hikaru
Round 2 – Sun, February 15th
Kramnik, Vladimir
1:1
Nakamura, Hikaru
Karjakin, Sergey
1:1
Caruana, Fabiano
Anand, Viswanathan
2:0
Aronian, Levon
Round 3 – Mon, February 16th
Aronian, Levon
1:1
Kramnik, Vladimir
Caruana, Fabiano
1:1
Anand, Viswanathan
Nakamura, Hikaru
2:0
Karjakin, Sergey
Round 4 – Tue, February 17th
Kramnik, Vladimir
1:1
Karjakin, Sergey
Anand, Viswanathan
2:0
Nakamura, Hikaru
Aronian, Levon
1:1
Caruana, Fabiano
Round 5 – Wed, February 18th
Caruana, Fabiano
1:1
Kramnik, Vladimir
Nakamura, Hikaru
1:1
Aronian, Levon
Karjakin, Sergey
1:1
Anand, Viswanathan

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Rank Name NAT Points ELO
1 Viswanathan Anand IND 7 2797
2 Hikaru Nakamura USA 6 2776
3 Vladimir Kramnik RUS 5 2783
4 Sergey Karjakin RUS 4 2760
5 Fabiano Caruana ITA 4 2811
6 Levon Aronian ARM 4 2777

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Pairings & Final Result Rapid
Round 1 – Thu, February 19th
Kramnik, Vladimir
½:½
Anand, Viswanathan
Karjakin, Sergey
0:1
Aronian, Levon
Nakamura, Hikaru
1:0
Caruana, Fabiano
Round 2 – Thu, February 19th
Nakamura, Hikaru
0:1
Kramnik, Vladimir
Caruana, Fabiano
1:0
Karjakin, Sergey
Aronian, Levon
1:0
Anand, Viswanathan
Round 3 – Thu, February 19th
Kramnik, Vladimir
1:0
Aronian, Levon
Anand, Viswanathan
1:0
Caruana, Fabiano
Karjakin, Sergey
½:½
Nakamura, Hikaru
Round 4 – Thu, February 19th
Karjakin, Sergey
1:0
Kramnik, Vladimir
Nakamura, Hikaru
1:0
Anand, Viswanathan
Caruana, Fabiano
½:½
Aronian, Levon
Round 5 – Thu, February 19th
Kramnik, Vladimir
1:0
Caruana, Fabiano
Anand, Viswanathan
½:½
Karjakin, Sergey
Aronian, Levon
½:½
Nakamura, Hikaru

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Rank Name NAT Points ELO
1 Vladimir Kramnik RUS 3.5 2783
2 Levon Aronian ARM 3 2777
3 Hikaru Nakamura USA 3 2776
4 Sergey Karjakin RUS 2 2760
5 Viswanathan Anand IND 2 2797
6 Fabiano Caruana ITA 1.5 2811

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Pairings & Final Results Blitz
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Round 1 – Fr, February 13th
Karjakin, Sergey
0:1
Anand, Viswanathan
Caruana, Fabiano
½:½
Nakamura, Hikaru
Aronian, Levon
½:½
Kramnik, Vladimir
Round 2 – Fr, February 13th
Nakamura, Hikaru
0:1
Aronian, Levon
Anand, Viswanathan
1:0
Kramnik, Vladimir
Karjakin, Sergey
0:1
Caruana, Fabiano
Round 3 – Fr, February 13th
Aronian, Levon
1:0
Karjakin, Sergey
Caruana, Fabiano
½:½
Anand, Viswanathan
Kramnik, Vladimir
½:½
Nakamura, Hikaru
Round 4 – Fr, February 13th
Karjakin, Sergey
1:0
Kramnik, Vladimir
Caruana, Fabiano
½:½
Aronian, Levon
Anand, Viswanathan
1:0
Nakamura, Hikaru
Round 5 – Fr, February 13th
Aronian, Levon
1:0
Anand, Viswanathan
Kramnik, Vladimir
0:1
Caruana, Fabiano
Nakamura, Hikaru
1:0
Karjakin, Sergey

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Rank Name NAT Points ELO
1 Levon Aronian ARM 4 2777
2 Fabiano Caruana ITA 3.5 2811
3 Viswanathan Anand IND 3.5 2797
4 Hikaru Nakamura USA 2 2776
5 Vladimir Kramnik RUS 1 2783
6 Sergey Karjakin RUS 1 2760

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Find pictures, videos, and game sheets on the official tournament website:

http://www.zurich-cc.com/

written by Sarah, translated Birthe

Two Victors at the FIDE Grand Prix in Baku

Baku Grand Prix

The first tournament of the new FIDE Grand Prix Series was scheduled to run from October 1 to 15 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The World Championship series of 2014/15 consists of four tournaments, which is rather extraordinary, as until now a full cycle always has always been made up of six tournaments. The FIDE remains silent and names no reasons for this significant chance. People are speculating, though, that there weren’t enough applicants willing to host the events.

The total prize fund for each tournament holds 120,000 EUR, of which the victor receives 20,000 EUR. Both winner and runner-up are also granted the right to participate in the Candidates’ Tournament.

The tournament in Baku was staffed with twelve top-class super-grandmasters with ELOs of 2700 and above: Dominguez Perez, Tomashevsky, Karjakin, Gelfand, Nakamura, Mamedyarov, Radjabov, Svidler, Andreikin, Caruana, Grischuk, and Kasimdzhanov. Fabiano Caruana with starting number 10 had been the top-favorite competitor all along, holding the highest ELO-rating of 2844 points. Despite having the lowest ELO-rating of all participants, Evgeny Tomashesky managed to obtain a terrific 6th rank.

First rank was shared by Fabiano Caruana (4 victories) from Italy and the Israeli Boris Gelfand (3 victories):

FINAL RESULTS

Rank SNo. Name Rtg FED Pts
1 10 Caruana Fabiano 2844 ITA
2 4 Gelfand Boris 2748 ISR
3 3 Karjakin Sergey 2767 RUS 6
4 11 Grischuk Alexander 2797 RUS 6
5 8 Svidler Peter 2732 RUS 6
6 2 Tomashevsky Evgeny 2701 RUS 6
7 5 Nakamura Hikaru 2764 USA 6
8 7 Radjabov Teimour 2726 AZE
9 6 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 2764 AZE 5
10 12 Kasimdzhanov Rustam 2706 UZB 5
11 9 Andreikin Dmitry 2722 RUS
12 1 Dominguez Perez Leinier 2751 CUB 3

The ELO-rating may be an indicator for a player’s strength and abilities, but is certainly not the only measure for a player’s performance. This is quite obvious when studying the rounds’ individual results.

Round 1. October 2, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Dominguez Perez Leinier ½ – ½ Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Tomashevsky Evgeny ½ – ½ Grischuk Alexander
Karjakin Sergey 0 – 1 Caruana Fabiano
Gelfand Boris 1 – 0 Andreikin Dmitry
Nakamura Hikaru ½ – ½ Svidler Peter
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar ½ – ½ Radjabov Teimour
Round 2. October 3, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Kasimdzhanov Rustam ½ – ½ Radjabov Teimour
Svidler Peter 1 – 0 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
Andreikin Dmitry 0 – 1 Nakamura Hikaru
Caruana Fabiano ½ – ½ Gelfand Boris
Grischuk Alexander ½ – ½ Karjakin Sergey
Dominguez Perez Leinier ½ – ½ Tomashevsky Evgeny
Round 3. October 4, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Tomashevsky Evgeny ½ – ½ Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Karjakin Sergey 1 – 0 Dominguez Perez Leinier
Gelfand Boris 1 – 0 Grischuk Alexander
Nakamura Hikaru ½ – ½ Caruana Fabiano
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar ½ – ½ Andreikin Dmitry
Radjabov Teimour ½ – ½ Svidler Peter
Round 4. October 5, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Kasimdzhanov Rustam ½ – ½ Svidler Peter
Andreikin Dmitry ½ – ½ Radjabov Teimour
Caruana Fabiano 1 – 0 Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
Grischuk Alexander ½ – ½ Nakamura Hikaru
Dominguez Perez Leinier ½ – ½ Gelfand Boris
Tomashevsky Evgeny ½ – ½ Karjakin Sergey
Round 5. October 7, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Karjakin Sergey ½ – ½ Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Gelfand Boris ½ – ½ Tomashevsky Evgeny
Nakamura Hikaru ½ – ½ Dominguez Perez Leinier
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar ½ – ½ Grischuk Alexander
Radjabov Teimour ½ – ½ Caruana Fabiano
Svidler Peter ½ – ½ Andreikin Dmitry
Round 6. October 8, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Kasimdzhanov Rustam 1 – 0 Andreikin Dmitry
Caruana Fabiano 1 – 0 Svidler Peter
Grischuk Alexander 0 – 1 Radjabov Teimour
Dominguez Perez Leinier ½ – ½ Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
Tomashevsky Evgeny ½ – ½ Nakamura Hikaru
Karjakin Sergey ½ – ½ Gelfand Boris
Round 7. October 9, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Gelfand Boris ½ – ½ Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Nakamura Hikaru 0 – 1 Karjakin Sergey
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar ½ – ½ Tomashevsky Evgeny
Radjabov Teimour ½ – ½ Dominguez Perez Leinier
Svidler Peter ½ – ½ Grischuk Alexander
Andreikin Dmitry 1 – 0 Caruana Fabiano
Round 8. October 10, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Kasimdzhanov Rustam ½ – ½ Caruana Fabiano
Grischuk Alexander ½ – ½ Andreikin Dmitry
Dominguez Perez Leinier 0 – 1 Svidler Peter
Tomashevsky Evgeny ½ – ½ Radjabov Teimour
Karjakin Sergey ½ – ½ Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
Gelfand Boris ½ – ½ Nakamura Hikaru
Round 9. October 12, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Nakamura Hikaru 1 – 0 Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 1 – 0 Gelfand Boris
Radjabov Teimour ½ – ½ Karjakin Sergey
Svidler Peter ½ – ½ Tomashevsky Evgeny
Andreikin Dmitry 1 – 0 Dominguez Perez Leinier
Caruana Fabiano 0 – 1 Grischuk Alexander
Round 10. October 13, 2014. 3 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Kasimdzhanov Rustam 0 – 1 Grischuk Alexander
Dominguez Perez Leinier 0 – 1 Caruana Fabiano
Tomashevsky Evgeny 1 – 0 Andreikin Dmitry
Karjakin Sergey ½ – ½ Svidler Peter
Gelfand Boris 1 – 0 Radjabov Teimour
Nakamura Hikaru ½ – ½ Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
Round 11. October 14, 2014. 1 p.m.
Name Res. Name
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar ½ – ½ Kasimdzhanov Rustam
Radjabov Teimour ½ – ½ Nakamura Hikaru
Svidler Peter ½ – ½ Gelfand Boris
Andreikin Dmitry ½ – ½ Karjakin Sergey
Caruana Fabiano ½ – ½ Tomashevsky Evgeny
Grischuk Alexander 1 – 0 Dominguez Perez Leinier

Italian superstar Fabiano Caruana had to comply with defeats in the duels against Dmitry Andreikin (ELO 2722), Alexander Grischuk (ELO 2797), and Leinier Dominguez Perez (ELO 2751) in rounds 7, 9, and 10. Quite a surprise, considering the fact that Andreikin and Dominguez Perez are in last and second-last place in the final rankings.

Sixteen competitors will participate in the Grand Prix Series. In accordance with the rule set, each player can compete in three of the four tournaments. Along with the twelve participants of Baku, chess enthusiasts can look forward to seeing Anish Giri, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Dmitry Jakovenko, and Ehsan Ghaem Maghani in action. The next tournament of the series is scheduled from October 20 to November 3 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

written by Sarah, translated by Birthe

Mind Games 2013: Sergey Karjakin dominant in Basque Rapids

The final stage of the World Mind Games 2013 was played in an odd but unique playing mode: the Basque rapids. This competition was dominated by Sergey Karjakin who literally crushed his opponents after he had already won the rapid chess tournament.

 

Sergey Karjakin two points ahead of runner-up

World Mind Games 2013

When playing Basque rapids, two duels are fought out at the same time on two boards. At the World Mind Games 2013 in the Chinese capital Beijing, the thinking time amounted to 20 minutes plus an addition of 10 seconds per move. Once again, Sergey Karjakin proved his remarkable skills and dominated the field. Out of 10 duels he scored 8.5 points and did not lose a single match against his five opponents. In the end, the Russian was even 2.0 points ahead off the runner-up Shakriyar Mamedyarov. The chess grandmaster from Azerbaijan scored 6.5 points. The bronze medal was obtained by Ruslan Ponomariov with 6.0 points, while the world’s number 2, Levon Aronian, only ranked 11th out of 16 in overall standings. A glance at the final rankings provides deeper insight:

Rank Name Rtg Federation Pts Res. vict MBl RtgØ
1 GM Karjakin Sergey 2787 Russia 8.5 0.0 7 5 2771
2 GM Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 2795 Azerbaijan 6.5 0.0 5 5 2771
3 GM Ponomariov Ruslan 2748 Ukraine 6.0 0.0 4 5 2762
4 GM Ivanchuk Vassily 2732 Ukraine 5.5 0.0 4 5 2758
5 GM Kamsky Gata 2734 USA 5.5 0.0 4 5 2733
6 GM Grischuk Alexander 2828 Russia 5.5 0.0 3 5 2759
7 GM Wang Yue 2729 China 5.5 0.0 3 5 2758
8 GM Le Quang Liem 2756 Vietnam 5.0 0.0 4 5 2760
9 GM Wang Hao 2690 China 4.5 0.0 4 5 2763
10 GM Nepomniachtchi Ian 2799 Russia 4.5 0.0 3 5 2740
11 GM Aronian Levon 2797 Armenia 4.5 0.0 2 5 2774
12 GM Dominguez Perez Leinier 2758 Cuba 4.5 0.0 1 5 2783
13 GM Giri Anish 2700 Netherlands 4.0 0.0 3 5 2744
14 GM Radjabov Teimour 2749 Azerbaijan 3.5 0.0 1 5 2754
15 GM Vachier-Lagrave Maxime 2761 France 3.5 0.0 1 5 2731
16 GM Leko Peter 2738 Hungary 3.0 0.0 0 5 2739

Chinese are dominant in women’s competition

Zhao Xue

The competition of women at the World Mind Games 2013 was clearly controlled by the home team from China. The three participants from China secured the bronze, silver, and gold medal! The world champion Yifan Hou was ‘only’ able to obtain 2nd place with 7.0 points out of five matches or 10 duels. In 1st place is team member Zhao Xue who scored 7.5 points and therefore secured the gold medal. Bronze medallist Ju Wenjun also scored 7.0 points, but due to fewer victories she came off 3rd. Best non-Chinese player in the women’s division was the player with the lowest ELO-rating of all female participants: Viktorija Cmilyte from Lithuania (6.0 points). The German player Elisabeth Paehtz scored 4.0 points during the tournament and thus ranked 13th. Here is the final placement of the women’s competition at the World Mind Games 2013:

Rank Name Rtg Federation Pts Res. vict MBl RtgØ
1 GM Zhao Xue 2489 China 7.5 0.0 7 5 2524
2 GM Hou Yifan 2579 China 7.0 1.0 7 5 2554
3 WGM Ju Wenjun 2552 China 7.0 1.0 6 5 2521
4 GM Cmilyte Viktorija 2450 Lithuania 6.0 0.0 6 5 2544
5 GM Kosteniuk Alexandra 2588 Russia 6.0 0.0 5 5 2541
6 GM Gunina Valentina 2543 Russia 6.0 0.0 4 5 2574
7 GM Muzychuk Anna 2566 Slovenia 4.5 0.0 4 5 2538
8 GM Sebag Marie 2502 France 4.5 0.0 3 5 2571
9 GM Ushenina Anna 2478 Ukraine 4.5 0.0 3 5 2542
10 GM Lagno Kateryna 2566 Ukraine 4.5 0.0 3 5 2541
11 GM Cramling Pia 2513 Sweden 4.5 0.0 3 5 2524
12 GM Koneru Humpy 2626 India 4.5 0.0 2 5 2526
13 IM Paehtz Elisabeth 2513 Germany 4.0 1.0 4 5 2521
14 GM Dzagnidze Nana 2575 Georgia 4.0 1.0 3 5 2519
15 GM Kosintseva Tatiana 2503 Russia 3.5 0.0 1 5 2560
16 GM Stefanova Antoaneta 2582 Bulgaria 2.0 0.0 0 5 2525

 

Pictures: Turnierseite & wikipedia/Leigh Atkins

written by Michael, translated by Birthe

Mind Games 2013: Yifan Hou and Sergey Karjakin win rapid chess tournament

The Chinese city Beijing is currently hosting the SportAccord Mind Games. During the opening stage, the rapid chess tournament of men and women took place in which Yifan Hou and Sergey Karjakin were able to prevail.

 

Winners in rapid chess at the Mind Games are final after 30 rounds

Sergey Karjakin-1

The rapid chess tournaments in both men and women’s category of the Mind games 2013 took 3 entire days. Within this time frame, each of the 16 male and female players played the 30 rounds in everybody-against-everybody mode. The final decisions were made on the last day; in the men’s category, Sergey Karjakin, who already became rapid chess master last year, was able to prevail in his area of comfort. The women’s category is led by Yifan Hou who is the current world champion and seems undefeatable.

 

Youngest chess grandmaster of all time wins men’s tournament

Sergey Karjakin is not only rapid chess master and number 12 in worldwide rankings; he is also the youngest grandmaster the world of chess has ever seen. Particularly in the final stage of the tournament, Karjakin was able to score. Earlier, it seemed that Shakriyar Mamedyarov would be the great winner, but on the final day several changes in overall standings were made and therefore the Russian grandmaster secured the victory. Sergey Karjakin prevailed over Levon Aronian who had equally scored 19.5 points. In a previous direct duel, he had defeated the world’s runner-up Aronian at 1.5:0.5 points which put him in a favorable position. The Frenchman Maxime Vachier-Lagrave follows in 3rd place at 18.0 points.

 

The final rankings of the rapid chess tournament of the Mind Games 2013:

Rank Name Rtg Federation Pts Res. vict SB MBl
1 GM Karjakin Sergey 2837 Russia 19.5 1.5 15 290.50 15
2 GM Aronian Levon 2817 Armenia 19.5 0.5 16 275.00 15
3 GM Vachier-Lagrave Maxime 2825 France 18.0 1.5 13 255.00 15
4 GM Mamedyarov Shakhriyar 2721 Azerbaijan 18.0 0.5 15 256.00 15
5 GM Nepomniachtchi Ian 2830 Russia 17.0 2.0 13 246.25 15
6 GM Le Quang Liem 2841 Vietnam 17.0 0.0 13 240.75 15
7 GM Grischuk Alexander 2798 Russia 16.5 0.0 13 242.25 15
8 GM Ponomariov Ruslan 2774 Ukraine 14.5 1.5 11 201.25 15
9 GM Giri Anish 2747 Netherlands 14.5 0.5 9 211.50 15
10 GM Ivanchuk Vassily 2750 Ukraine 14.0 0.0 11 209.25 15
11 GM Kamsky Gata 2671 United States of America 13.5 1.0 9 185.25 15
12 GM Dominguez Perez Leinier 2769 Cuba 13.5 1.0 8 193.25 15
13 GM Radjabov Teimour 2755 Azerbaijan 12.0 0.0 6 179.25 15
14 GM Wang Yue 2723 China 11.0 1.5 4 165.25 15
15 GM Leko Peter 2722 Hungary 11.0 0.5 5 161.25 15
16 GM Wang Hao 2698 China 10.5 0.0 5 152.00 15

 

 

Women’s category: Yifan Hou solid, Elisabeth Paehtz in bottom position

Hou-Yifan-300x300

The final decision about the tournament victory in the women’s division was also made on the 3rd and last day. In the end, the Chinese world champion Yifan Hou was clearly ahead. In the final rankings of the Mind Games 2013 in Beijing she was in 1st place at 21.5 points, two points ahead off Valentina Gunina. The Russian, however, was one point superior to Anna Muzychuk from Slovenia and two points superior to Anna Ushenina from the Ukraine. At the very bottom of the rankings is the German representative Elisabeth Paethz who scored 9.5 points.

 

The complete rankings in the women’s category of the Mind Games 2013:

Rank Name Rtg Federation Pts Res. vict SB MBl
1 GM Hou Yifan 2559 China 21.5 0.0 19 302.50 15
2 GM Gunina Valentina 2527 Russia 19.5 0.0 18 271.50 15
3 GM Muzychuk Anna 2639 Slovenia 18.5 0.0 17 274.75 15
4 GM Ushenina Anna 2489 Ukraine 17.5 0.0 15 242.50 15
5 GM Stefanova Antoaneta 2508 Bulgaria 17.0 0.0 13 244.25 15
6 GM Lagno Kateryna 2532 Ukraine 16.0 0.0 12 225.50 15
7 GM Kosteniuk Alexandra 2612 Russia 15.0 0.0 10 220.75 15
8 GM Dzagnidze Nana 2579 Georgia 14.5 2.5 13 203.25 15
9 GM Zhao Xue 2471 China 14.5 2.5 11 195.50 15
10 GM Koneru Humpy 2558 India 14.5 1.0 12 211.75 15
11 GM Sebag Marie 2501 France 14.0 1.5 12 206.50 15
12 GM Kosintseva Tatiana 2480 Russia 14.0 0.5 13 209.75 15
13 WGM Ju Wenjun 2454 China 13.5 0.0 11 198.75 15
14 GM Cmilyte Viktorija 2532 Lithuania 10.5 0.0 7 152.75 15
15 GM Cramling Pia 2430 Sweden 10.0 0.0 7 144.75 15
16 IM Paehtz Elisabeth 2574 Germany 9.5 0.0 7 128.75 15

 

Pictures: wikipedia/ Stefan64 & Clément Bucco-Lechat

written by Michael, translated by Birthe