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FIDE Women’s Grand Prix Munich – Final standings

The second leg of the 2022-2023 Women’s Grand Prix Series took place from 1st-14th February in Munich, the capital of the state of Bavaria. Twelve of the world’s top female players disputed an eleven-round all-play-all with their eyes set on the 15,000 euros first prize plus the valuable WGP points that add up for direct qualification to the 2023-2024 FIDE Women’s Candidates. 

Alexandra Kosteniuk won the event despite the loss in the last round, scoring 7.5 points. In addition to the €15,000 first prize, Kosteniuk will leave Germany with 160 Grand Prix points. Humpy Koneru came second with 7 points and Nana Dzagnidze finished the event on third place with 6.5 points.

Final standings:

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