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Viktoria Cmilyte wins Women's European Chess Championship-2011

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Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 18 May 2011

As reported before, the WIECC-2011 took place in Georgia and featured the prevailing majority of the top players in the world. 130 participants were to compete for the prizes and 14 qualification spots to the Women's World Championship. Here are the final results:

For Natalia the tournament could be divided into two parts. After round 6 things seemed rather gloomy: she had just 3 points and a low tie-break score. However, by doing simple Math and concentrating, Natalia managed to score 4.5 points in the next 5 rounds and share 5-13th places to qualify for the next Women's World Championship.

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Comments (4)
1. Written by on 16:55 18 2011 .
- !!! !!! ))) .
2. Written by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it on 19:28 18 2011 .
Some interesting games?
Thank you for the news, Nataliya. 
Eager to see some games of your selection.
3. Written by me on 04:30 19 2011 .
Some interesting games?
Natasha's performance in the second part was impressive!
4. Written by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it on 13:55 19 2011 .
Some interesting games?
anyone can share the pgn's from the tournament? the official webpage is down 
thank you :)

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