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Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010)

  PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games)
Yifan Hou, Anna Muzychuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Zhao Xue, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Nana Dzagnidze, Ju Wenjun, Antoaneta Stefanova, Kateryna Lahno, Alisa Galliamova, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Anna Zatonskih, Marie Sebag, Valentina Gunina, Bela Khotenashvili, Dronavalli Harika, Mariya Muzychuk, Elina Danielian, Hoang Thanh Trang, Monika Socko, Lilit Mkrtchian, Irina Krush, Anna Ushenina, Natalia Pogonina, Lela Javakhishvili, Natalia Zhukova, Huang Qian, Elisabeth Paehtz, Yelena Dembo, Inna Gaponenko, Eva Moser, Salome Melia, Olga Girya, Batkhuyag Munguntuul, Anastasia Bodnaruk, Zhaoqin Peng, Natascha Bojkovic, Sopiko Khukhashvili, Claudia Noemi Amura, Eva Repkova, Cristina-Adela Foisor, Tania Sachdev, Joanna Dworakowska, Alina Kashlinskaya, Deysi Estela Cori Tello, Jovanka Houska, Masha Klinova, Regina Pokorna, Wang Yu, Le Thao Nguyen Pham, Ildiko Madl, Elena Sedina, Sophie Milliet, Joanna Majdan-Gajewska, Carolina Lujan, Szidonia Vajda, Nisha Mohota, Jolanta Zawadzka, Eesha Karavade, Anastasia Savina, Martha Lorena Fierro Baquero, Silvia Collas, Baira Kovanova, Nastassia Ziaziulkina, Olga Zimina, Sabrina Vega Gutierrez, Irina Bulmaga, Alina L'Ami, Irina Chelushkina, Tea Bosboom-Lanchava, Lilit Galojan, Irine Kharisma Sukandar, Melanie Ohme, Sabina-Francesca Foisor, Monica Calzetta Ruiz, Ticia Gara, Zeinab Mamedjarova, Katerina Nemcova, Beata Kadziolka, Nelly Aginian, Betul Cemre Yildiz, Guliskhan Nakhbayeva, Anna Sharevich, Lisandra Teresa Ordaz Valdes, Oleiny Linares Napoles, Tatev Abrahamyan, Jovana Vojinovic, Elena Luminita Radu Cosma, Pauline Guichard, Atousa Pourkashiyan, Anna-Maria Botsari, Andjelija Stojanovic, Deimante Daulyte, Gulnar Mammadova, Julia Kochetkova, Yuanling Yuan, Eva Kulovana, Laura Rogule, Jana Krivec, Adriana Nikolova, Iva Videnova, Nafisa Muminova, Anna Rudolf, Carmen Voicu-Jagodzinsky, Sulennis Pina Vega, Camilla Baginskaite, Dinara Saduakassova, Svetlana Petrenko, Thi Thanh An Nguyen, Hoang Thi Bao Tram, Margarita Voiska, Yaniet Marrero Lopez, Maritza Arribas Robaina, Subbaraman Meenakshi, Dana Reizniece-Ozala, Elena Levushkina, Sarah Hoolt, Sarai Sanchez Castillo, Warda Aulia Medina, Judith Fuchs, Marlies Bensdorp, Lisa Schut, Maria Velcheva, Nino Maisuradze, Marija Rakic, Mirjana Medic, Turkan Mamedjarova, Valeriya I Gansvind, Ilze Berzina, Thi Mai Hung Nguyen, Elena Boric, Lenka Ptacnikova, Marsel Efroimski, Valentina Golubenko, Olga Gerasimova, Marina Makropoulou, Kubra Ozturk, Kristyna Havlikova, Vesna Rozic, Arianne Caoili, Olga Vasiliev, Olga Sikorova, Borka Franciskovic, Darja Kaps, Bella Igla, Ekaterini Fakhiridou, Aleksandra Dimitrijevic, Ela Pitam, Diana Baciu, Thi Nhu Y Hoang plus 415 more players

 page 1 of 100; games 1-25 of 2,486  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. S Akter Liza vs N Kosintseva  0-141 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
2. Kosteniuk vs S Sultana 1-031 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
3. R Hamid vs A Galliamova  0-152 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B59 Sicilian, Boleslavsky Variation, 7.Nb3
4. V Gunina vs N Khan  1-034 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)D31 Queen's Gambit Declined
5. Yifan Hou vs J Terao 1-023 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
6. A M Pereira vs Ju Wenjun  0-149 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
7. Zhao Xue vs V Ramos Gazola  1-038 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)D98 Grunfeld, Russian
8. J Pamplona Correa vs Huang Qian  0-146 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B94 Sicilian, Najdorf
9. D Cordero vs N Zhukova  0-132 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)D05 Queen's Pawn Game
10. A Ushenina vs M Eugenia Ramirez  1-045 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)A45 Queen's Pawn Game
11. R Luna vs I Gaponenko  0-139 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E75 King's Indian, Averbakh, Main line
12. M Muzychuk vs G Solis  1-032 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B01 Scandinavian
13. N Dzagnidze vs G Koskoska  1-040 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E44 Nimzo-Indian, Fischer Variation, 5.Ne2
14. M Stojkovska vs S Melia  0-132 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B73 Sicilian, Dragon, Classical
15. S Khukhashvili vs B Bejatovic  1-040 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B08 Pirc, Classical
16. D Nikolovska vs B Khotenashvili  0-133 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E54 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System
17. J Tay vs N Pogonina  0-155 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E46 Nimzo-Indian
18. O Girya vs Yang Liu  1-035 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B25 Sicilian, Closed
19. Xiuwen Christabel Neo vs A Bodnaruk  0-134 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)B51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
20. A Kashlinskaya vs En Huei Danielle Ho  1-028 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)D16 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
21. I Krush vs A Adames Rojas 1-035 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation
22. E Perez vs T Abrahamyan  0-136 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)A45 Queen's Pawn Game
23. C Baginskaite vs K Jose Polanco  1-043 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)E00 Queen's Pawn Game
24. E Hazim vs S Foisor  0-137 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)A07 King's Indian Attack
25. D Harika vs E Shabanaj  1-045 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women)D11 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
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Kibitzer's Corner
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Oct-01-10  slomarko: what do you guys think of this?

standings before last round:
1.Russia I 20pts
2.China 16pts
3.Ukraine, Georgia, Russia II, Poland 15pts

last round pairings:
Russia I vs Russia II
China vs Ukraine
Georgia vs Poland

Oct-01-10  bharatiy: <slomarko> wait till tomorrow, if Russia 1 lose which they will have to, in case they want to favor Russia II that would be very bad for chess events and that would mean that you can have only one team per nation.
Oct-01-10  slomarko: <bharatiy> in my opinion it is really appalling that FIDE allows the pairing Russia I vs Russia II in the last round.
Oct-01-10  bharatiy: <slomarko> once you allowed them to have multiple teams then I dont think you can do much, if swiss demands they have to be paired then they have to. It will be good in short term if they play chess and dont go for pre arranged result. It will be good in long term if they go for pre arranged result as many people will protest and then may be they wont allow such thing going forward.
Oct-01-10  Nina Myers: And tomorrow both of you will look like complete dumbasses.
Oct-01-10  slomarko: <Nina Myers: And tomorrow both of you will look like complete dumbasses.>

tomorrow? are you sure about that?

Oct-01-10  Nina Myers: And <the day after tomorrow> both of you will look like complete dumbasses. How do you like them apples, smartypants?
Oct-02-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  virginmind: with one round to go the first 5 teams are ranked in the same order as at the start of competition. good luck tomorrow against argentina, romania, maybe we'll get a final place among first ten!
Oct-02-10  Beholder: <virginmind: with one round to go the first 5 teams are ranked in the same order as at the start of competition.>

Interesting observation. Maybe the Elo isn't so bad after all.

Oct-03-10  Roger Krueger: Bravo Mamedjarova--the Azeris put their fourth-ranked player on board one, and she responds by going on a tear and winning a board bronze with a 2608 performance on a 2234 rating.
Oct-03-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: USA women finish 5th, not too bad. Congratulations to them.
Oct-03-10  percyblakeney: The first time since 1986 that a Russian or Soviet team wins the women's Olympiad.
Oct-03-10  jaime gallegos: great result by the peruvian female team ! young players to support in the near future !
Oct-03-10  Bdellovibrio: Incredible +7 score from Nadezhda Kosintseva
Oct-04-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Caissanist: <Is there a husband/wife or a brother/sister participating in this tournament?>

Jorge and Deysi Cori from Peru.

Oct-04-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Caissanist: Also, Shakyriar Mamedyarov, Zeinab Mamedjarova, and Turkan Mamedjarova from Azerbaijan. In both cases brother and sister(s).
Oct-04-10  weisyschwarz: Jen Wujun cleans house!!
Oct-04-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kinghunt: <Incredible +7 score from Nadezhda Kosintseva>

I take it this will earn her a GM norm? How many does she have now?

Oct-04-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kinghunt: <Incredible +7 score from Nadezhda Kosintseva>

I know she had one already from Biel 2010... and since I imagine it would be bigger news if this was her final norm... this must make her second. Congrats!

Oct-04-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Kinghunt: Or does this count at all, since despite her phenomenal performance, she only faced one grandmaster?
Oct-04-10  Kaspablanca: Lisandro Muñoz was the top board of the men Dominican Republic team, while his sister was the reserve board of the Dominican Republic women team.
Oct-05-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  mike1: Zhukova/Grischuk are hard to beat as
wife/husband pair.
Oct-05-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  virginmind: alina l'ami/erwin l'ami (wife & husband, playing for romania/holland)

also, sabina-francesca foisor/cristina-adela foisor (daughter & mother, playing for usa/romania)

Oct-06-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <2010 Chess Olympiad : <Statistical overview>> – Want to know who the largest performers were? Which team won the most games, not to be confused with the most matches? How about the teams that did well, but won the fewest games? Curious about who the biggest Elo winners were? If any of these questions are gnawing at you, then read on as we give you the lowdown on the Olympiad’s stats, with table after table to sate your curiosity. --> http://chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp...
Oct-12-10
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  visayanbraindoctor: 11 matches, 11 victories.

Astounding performance by the Russian ladies. Ridiculous even.(",)

(I hope Board 1 Tatiana K. gets to be World Champion some day; although with Hou on the rise, it's probably only a dim possibility. Hou has all the time in the world, and so hopefully, the Russian number 1 can take the Title before Hou reigns for a long time.)

Has any other country aside from the old Soviet Union gone though the Women's Olympiad winning every match?

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