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Monday, July 20, 2009

Women's Chess Kaleidoscope: Spain, Greece, Canada and Poland

A little review of the recent chess results by the leading women chess players.

The tournament in
San-Sebastian was won by Sophie Milliet (on the photo). She finished the tournament with 7 points out of 9, one point ahead of Yana Melnikova and Sadchev Tania who shared the second place.

Irina Krush shared the third place in a very strong Canadian Open. She took 7 points out of 9, drawing in the last round against Michael Adams.

Antoaneta Stefanova shared the first place with 7 out of 9 in the open-tournament, in Rethymno, Greece.

Polish women's chess championship started on July 18, after 2 rounds rating-favorite of the tournament Iweta Raijlich is in lead with 2 out of 2

Posted by: Alexandra Kosteniuk
Women's World Chess Champion



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