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🏆 Dresden Olympiad (Women) (2008)

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Yifan Hou, Anna Muzychuk, Ju Wenjun, Tatiana Kosintseva, Zhao Xue, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Nana Dzagnidze, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Maia Chiburdanidze, Kateryna Alexandrovna Lagno, Antoaneta Stefanova, Pia Cramling, Viktorija Cmilyte, Dronavalli Harika, Anna Vitalyevna Zatonskih, Marie Sebag, Tan Zhongyi, Elina Danielian, Hoang Thanh Trang, Natalia Pogonina, Dinara Saduakassova, Monika (Bobrowska) Socko, Lilit Mkrtchian, Irina Krush, Anna Ushenina, Almira Fyodorovna Skripchenko, Lela Javakhishvili, Natalia Zhukova, Elisabeth Paehtz, Yelena Dembo, Shen Yang, Inna Gaponenko, Eva Moser, Deimante Daulyte-Cornette, Ekaterina Korbut, Batkhuyag Munguntuul, Iweta Radziewicz Rajlich, Corina-Isabela Peptan, Zhaoqin Peng, Alisa Maric, Ketino Georgiyevna Kachiani-Gersinska, Natascha Bojkovic, Sopiko Khukhashvili, Dagne Ciuksyte, Sarah Hoolt, Jolanta Zawadzka, Claudia Noemi Amura, Maia Lomineishvili, Alina L'Ami, Eva Repkova, Tania Sachdev, Natalia Zdebskaja, Irina Bulmaga, Jovanka Houska, Masha Vladimirovna Klinova, Irine Kharisma Sukandar, Regina Pokorna, Sabrina Vega Gutierrez, Le Thao Nguyen Pham, Ildiko Madl, Elena Sedina, Rusudan Goletiani, Mary Ann Gomes, Jana Jackova, Sophie Milliet, Olga Zimina, Joanna Majdan-Gajewska, Carolina Lujan, Szidonia Lazarne Vajda, Nisha Mohota, Lisandra Teresa Ordaz Valdes, Martha Lorena Fierro Baquero, Hoang Thi Bao Tram, Silvia (Aleksieva) Collas, Marta (Zielinska) Michna, Angela Borsuk, Tatev Abrahamyan, Irina Chelushkina, Zuzana Stockova, Lilit Galojan, Melanie Lubbe, Monica Calzetta Ruiz, Ghate Swathi, Zeinab Mamedjarova, Katerina Nemcova, Marina Brunello, Nelly Aginian, Betul Cemre Yildiz, Guliskhan Nakhbayeva, Jovana Rapport, Oleiny Linares Napoles, Anna Sharevich, Mariya Sergeyeva, Hanna-Marie Klek, Elvira Bayakhmetovna Berend, Elena Luminita Radu Cosma, Atousa Pourkashiyan, Andjelija Stojanovic, Anna-Maria Botsari, Filiz Osmanodja plus 437 more players.

 page 1 of 95; games 1-25 of 2,357  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Kosteniuk vs Z Mamedjarova 1-0232008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C80 Ruy Lopez, Open
2. T Mamedjarova vs T Kosintseva 0-1292008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
3. N Kosintseva vs K Isgandarova  1-0322008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C11 French
4. N Kazimova vs Korbut  0-1502008Dresden Olympiad (Women)A30 English, Symmetrical
5. C Lujan vs Lagno  ½-½402008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C53 Giuoco Piano
6. N Zhukova vs C Amura  ½-½432008Dresden Olympiad (Women)D53 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. M Zuriel vs A Ushenina  ½-½402008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B12 Caro-Kann Defense
8. I Gaponenko vs M de los Angeles Plazaola  ½-½412008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B30 Sicilian
9. Yifan Hou vs V Golubenko  1-0292008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C18 French, Winawer
10. M Medic vs Zhao Xue 0-1272008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E39 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Pirc Variation
11. Shen Yang vs B Franciskovic  1-0662008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E38 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 4...c5
12. M Jelica vs Ju Wenjun  ½-½662008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B62 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer
13. J Houska vs N Dzagnidze  ½-½472008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E15 Queen's Indian
14. L Javakhishvili vs D Ciuksyte  0-1372008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3
15. I Lauterbach vs M Lomineishvili  0-1592008Dresden Olympiad (Women)A13 English
16. S Khukhashvili vs M Grigoryan  1-0342008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B14 Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik Attack
17. M Sebag vs S Petrenko  1-0642008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B56 Sicilian
18. K Smokina vs S Collas  ½-½312008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E38 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 4...c5
19. S Milliet vs E Partac  1-0282008Dresden Olympiad (Women)B25 Sicilian, Closed
20. I Bulmaga vs M Leconte  ½-½502008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C04 French, Tarrasch, Guimard Main line
21. E Sedina vs E Danielian  ½-½412008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E54 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System
22. L Mkrtchian vs O Zimina  1-0372008Dresden Olympiad (Women)A29 English, Four Knights, Kingside Fianchetto
23. E Ambrosi vs N Aginian  0-1412008Dresden Olympiad (Women)C11 French
24. L Galojan vs M Brunello  1-0442008Dresden Olympiad (Women)D68 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense, Classical
25. A Zatonskih vs J Rapport 1-0662008Dresden Olympiad (Women)E62 King's Indian, Fianchetto
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Nov-25-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: As far as I can tell, what's happening is this: http://schachlive.dresden2008.de/li...

If Peng wins, Ukraine takes the gold. If Kosintseva holds a draw, Georgia takes the gold!

Nov-25-08  percyblakeney: Very tough on Poland to play so well with their comparatively low rated team and miss the medal with a small margin. They made the mistake to win their first matches and finished with eight top ten ranked opponents in a row. If Zawadzka just had taken that repetition draw iinstead of trying to win the game and the gold...
Nov-25-08  Alphastar: <SwitchingQuylthulg> I assume this is because of sonneborn-berger and similar kind of points?
Nov-25-08  percyblakeney: It's clearer with the individual gold, Chiburdanidze scored +6 -0 =3 and performed way over 2700.
Nov-25-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: <Alphastar> Yes. According to my calculations (which could be wrong), if Netherlands get a draw out of this, then Ukraine gets a Sonneborn-Berger of 410 versus 409.5 for Georgia (0.5 point difference!) but if Russia wins 2.5-1.5, then Georgia wins the tie-break fight 411.5 to 406.5.
Nov-25-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: (By the way, if my calculations <are> wrong, then Georgia will win anyway.)
Nov-25-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: Well, it doesn't matter if my calculations were right or wrong: the game was drawn, Georgia takes the gold, and I pocket 5500 chessbucks for predicting that ;-)
Nov-25-08
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  SwitchingQuylthulg: My calculations were right and have been confirmed:

<1 4 GEO Georgia GEO 11 8 2 1 18 411,5

2 2 UKR Ukraine UKR 11 7 4 0 18 406,5>

Ukrainian women were the only team (open or female) to survive without a single loss, but that wasn't enough.

Nov-25-08
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  virginmind: congratulations georgia. heh, the romanians drew their match with the golden medalists...
Nov-25-08  karoaper: Congratulations to Georgia, Ukraine, and US. So US wins both bronzes. Great result. Also, Maia Chiburdanidze needs to be awarded a Georgian medal of heroism
Nov-25-08
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  virginmind: congratulations to motoc alina who took 3rd place at board 5 (with 8 points out of 11) and to paulet iozefina who is placed fourth at board 4 (with 6.5 out of 9)!

romania final ranked 11th (initially seeded 16th) - not bad result all things considered.

Nov-25-08  percyblakeney: Poland would have given over 900 times the money if they had kept the lead they had before the final round. Impressive result by especially Joanna Majdan. She faced opponents ranked well above her in the last six games, and scored 5.5/6. She played in all the 11 rounds, won 9 games, and gained close to 70 points.
Nov-25-08  Astardis: I'm quite happy for Maia. Finishing this Olympiad with a rating performance of 2715 is quite a statement. Congratulations!
Nov-25-08  Bratek: <Percyblakeney>Indeed .Very impressive.Joanna Majdan won a gold medal on fourth board with Rp 2621.Its second best Rating perfornance after Cziburdanidze.She is a player to be watched.
Nov-26-08  eremite: At 1974 Olympiad Georgian women (Gaprindashvili and Alexandria) have won the tie-break match vs Romanian team. Obviously rapid tie-break should be played for a case of Dresden too.
Nov-28-08  hellopolgar: i am not trying to be rude...but i thought Maia Chiburdanidze was a male player when i looked at a recent picture of her. how stupid of me to not know what the ex-world champion looks like! or maybe her appearance is different from when she was the world champion?

you be the judge...

today:

http://www.greekchess.com/euro2007/...

30 years ago:

http://batgirl.atspace.com/MaiaChib...

Nov-28-08  tud: Georgian women have shown the world that they could have made a difference in the women World Cup.
Nov-28-08  Ladolcevita: Its really a pity that Chiburdanidze didnt participate in World Championship this year....
Nov-29-08  percyblakeney: <Its really a pity that Chiburdanidze didnt participate in World Championship this year....>

Yep, at the same time she could prepare very well for the Olympiad, after almost not playing at all in 2008. Kosteniuk and Hou Yifan have had very tough schedules also after the World Championship, and underperformed here.

Nov-29-08  Ladolcevita: <percyblakeney>
right,form is an important consideration
Dec-01-08  Everyone: btw who became Miss Olympia ?
Dec-04-08  tud: Chiburdanidze?
Dec-09-08  Everyone: n00b cheese tud
Dec-10-08  tud: OK, I will go with Kosteniuk or the georgian Lela or Arakhamia Grant. But I still admire Maia for helping the Georgian team pay back for the Women World Championship absence. Just admire, not more..

Apr-21-12  waustad: Wow, two of my faves went +7 here, Pia Cramling and Eva Moser.
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