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WGM Enkhtuul Altan-Ulzii convincing in FIDE World Online Women Blitz Championship qualifier

FIDE-World-Online-Women-Blitz-Championship-2015-2The prestigious FIDE World Online Women Blitz Championship 2015 continued on Thursday with the third qualifier tournament being played on the official FIDE Online platform.

The 20-years old WGM Enkhtuul Altan-Ulzii from Mongolia won the event with 8,5/11 points, leaving the nearest followers a full point behind.

On the shared second place are WIM Pratyusha Bodda, IM Padmini Rout (both India), IM Nino Batsiashvili (Georgia) and WIM Qianyun Gong (Singapore) with 7,5 points each.

Also qualified for the semifinal are WIM Diana Real (Mexico), WIM Melissa Castrillón Gómez and WIM Jenny Chirivi (both Colombia). Full standings below.

The first stage of the Championship will be completed over eight (8) qualifier tournaments, followed by a semifinal with 64 players, and a final tournament with 10 players.

A rich prize fund of 9000 USD will be awarded in the final tournament.

Registrations for the FIDE event are continuously open. The players can compete from the comfort of their home, without costs associated with the hotels and airfares.

The schedule of the remaining qualifier tournaments is as follows (Date | GMT/UTC time):
- August 27th, 2015 | 19:00
- September 3rd, 2015 | 19:00
- September 10th, 2015 | 13:00
- September 17th, 2015 | 7:00
- September 24th, 2015 | 13:00

Eight (8) players advance from each qualifier tournament to the semifinal.

The competition will take place on the official FIDE Arena Online platform. FIDE Online uses AceGuard, anti-cheating and security software of new generation. Based on advanced behavioral analysis and the activities of the players, AceGuard indicates deviations from proper procedures of play.

Make sure to read the FULL Regulations

Final standings:

1 WGM Enkhtuul Altan-Ulzii 2071 Mongolia – 8.5
2 WIM Pratyusha Bodda 2083 India – 7.5
3 WGM/IM Nino Batsiashvili 2370 Georgia – 7.5
4 WGM/IM Padmini Rout 2352 India – 7.5
5 WIM Qianyun Gong 2311 Singapore – 7.5
6 WIM Diana Real 2102 Mexico – 7.0
7 WIM Melissa Castrillón Gómez 2122 Colombia – 7.0
8 WIM Jenny Chirivi 2140 Colombia – 6.5
9 WGM Karina Ambartsumova 2319 Russian Federation – 6.5
10 Marjoire Johana Bocángel Chávez 1798 Peru – 6.5
11 WIM Maria Elena Rodriguez Arrieta 1820 Costa Rica – 6.5
12 WGM Adriana Nikolova 2281 Bulgaria – 6.0
13 WFM Julia Alboredo 1749 Brazil – 6.0
14 WGM/IM Irine Kharisma Sukandar 2288 Indonesia – 6.0
15 WIM Elena Tomilova 1500 Russian Federation – 5.5
16 WGM Sandugach Shaydullina 2103 Russian Federation – 5.5
17 WIM Svetla Yordanova 2126 Bulgaria – 5.5
18 Anastasiya Ivanova 2118 Russian Federation – 5.0
19 Andreína Quevedo 1704 Uruguay – 5.0
20 WFM Damaris Abarca 2076 Chile – 4.5
21 WIM Cristine Rose Mariano 1780 Philippines – 4.5
22 Carolina Martyniuk 2047 Argentina – 4.5
23 WFM Gisela Roque 1827 Mexico – 4.5
24 WCM Daraima Diana Saidy Ayala 1411 Mexico – 4.0
25 Gopika Krishnan 863 India – 3.0
26 WIM Ayelen Martinez 2069 Argentina – 2.0
27 Flor de María Zárate Oyague 1982 Peru – 1.0
28 AGM Sissel Janneth Stava 2087 Norway – 0.0
29 Mariam Essa 1504 United Arab Emirates – 0.0
30 WIM Ann Lindsay Chumpitaz Carbajal 2207 Peru – 0.0
31 AIM Viviana Galvan Cipriani 1737 Spain – 0.0

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