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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

ETC - Round 7 & Mamedjarova - Kosteniuk



Hello dear chess amateurs of women's chess!

Today was the 7th round at the European Team Championship in Novi Sad. On the first table, my team Russia beat Azerbaijan 4-0, on the second, Georgia beat Israel 3-1, and on the third, Armenia beat Romania 3.5-0.5.

Preliminary rankings show Russia and Georgia leading with 12 team points, followed by Armenia and the Czech Republic, with 10.

There are still 2 rounds to be played, so anything can still happen. Tomorrow Russia plays the Czech Republic and Georgia plays Bulgaria.

All results can be found on the site www.chess-results.com
and
All games and photos come from the organizer's site.

Here is the game I played today against board 1 of Azerbaijan, Zeinab Mamedjarova:


Posted by Alexandra Kosteniuk
Women's World Chess Champion
www.chessblog.com

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4 Comments:

  • At October 28, 2009 at 11:17 PM , Anonymous Reiner Gombert (via Facebookshare) said...

    I watched the deciding moments of your game on playchess.com. Amazing what simple looking moves discovered the white queenside and the knight became following the match winner :-))

     
  • At October 28, 2009 at 11:17 PM , Anonymous Antonio Carlos Brasileiro (via Facebookshare) said...

    Good game! Nice approach to the queen side and finalization too! Congrats!

     
  • At October 28, 2009 at 11:18 PM , Anonymous Khairul Nizam Mohamad (via Facebookshare) said...

    for me, this game is so pretty, equal to kosteniuk herself..no wonder you're a queen of chess in this world..your plan & strategy looks simple, well executed & slowly but surely, your opponent would like to resign as soon as possible.. :)

    ..16..b5 is a move which I think, not many people will discovered on the board (of course not for a Master category)..25..Nc5 is great and 29..b2 is deadly, in which, concluded a pawn storm initiated form move 16.

    coach me more, please.. :)

     
  • At October 29, 2009 at 12:25 AM , Anonymous Marvis Camat (via Facebookshare) said...

    beautiful game there. crushing the bad bishops, knight penetrating outposts, rook on the side files for offense and defense. especially the infantry assault on the opposite wing. wow!

     

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