2015

Georgia maintains lead in Women’s World Team Championship

Georgia defeated Kazakhstan in round 4 of the FIDE Women’s World Team Championship to maintain the lead with 7 match points.

Russia is close behind with 6 points after scoring a narrow victory against India. Full results below.

Replay games with analysis / Official website

Socko-Danielian

Monika Socko won against Elina Danielian, but Armenia defeated Poland 2,5-1,5

Round 4 results:

INDIA – RUSSIA 1½:2½
GM Koneru Humpy 2581 – GM Gunina Valentina 2532 0 – 1
GM Harika Dronavalli 2492 – GM Kosteniuk Alexandra 2529 1 – 0
WGM Padmini Rout 2446 – WGM Goryachkina Aleksandra 2473 ½ – ½
WGM Soumya Swaminathan 2347 – WGM Girya Olga 2464 0 – 1

EGYPT – CHINA 0 : 4
WIM Moaataz Ayah 2022 – WGM Tan Zhongyi 2487 0 – 1
WIM Wafa Shahenda 2118 – IM Shen Yang 2459 0 – 1
WIM Sherif Amina 1971 – WGM Lei Tingjie 2444 0 – 1
WGM Wafa Shrook 2058 – WGM Ding Yixin 2434 0 – 1

POLAND – ARMENIA 1½:2½
GM Socko Monika 2463 – GM Danielian Elina 2488 1 – 0
WGM Zawadzka Jolanta 2422 – IM Mkrtchian Lilit 2442 0 – 1
WGM Szczepkowska-Horowska Karina 2414 – IM Galojan Lilit 2277 0 – 1
WGM Bartel Marta 2350 – WGM Kursova Maria 2290 ½ – ½

KAZAKHSTAN – GEORGIA 1 : 3
WGM Abdumalik Zhansaya 2411 – GM Khotenashvili Bela 2513 0 – 1
WGM Saduakassova Dinara 2393 – IM Javakhishvili Lela 2481 ½ – ½
WGM Nakhbayeva Guliskhan 2329 – IM Arabidze Meri 2374 ½ – ½
WIM Dauletova Gulmira 2201 – IM Batsiashvili Nino 2473 0 – 1

UKRAINE – UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 3 : 1
GM Muzychuk Anna 2552 – WGM Abrahamyan Tatev 2301 1 – 0
IM Muzychuk Mariya 2526 – WGM Nemcova Katerina 2279 ½ – ½
GM Zhukova Natalia 2471 – WIM Ni Viktorija 2188 1 – 0
IM Gaponenko Inna 2384 – FM Melekhina Alisa 2235 ½ – ½

Round 4 standings:

1. GEORGIA – 7
2. RUSSIA – 6
3-5. CHINA, UKRAINE and ARMENIA – 5
6. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – 4
7-8. POLAND and KAZAKHSTAN – 3
9. INDIA – 2
10. EGYPT – 0

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