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Georgian Chess Championship 2021 (replay)

The Georgian Chess Championship 2021 took place March 29 – April 6 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The event was a 48 player Swiss tournament. IM Nodar Lortkipanidze is the new Georgian chess champion after finishing with 8,0/9, a large distance of 1,5 points ahead of the silver and bronze medalists IM Nikoloz Petriashvili and IM Shota Azaladze.
 

Final standings
IM Lortkipanidze Nodar 8
IM Petriashvili Nikoloz 6,5
IM Azaladze Shota 6,5
IM Arabidze Meri 6,5
Qalichava Akaki 6,5
IM Morchiashvili Bachana 6
FM Akhvlediani Irakli 6
IM Nigalidze Gaioz 6
Kachkachishvili Lasha 6
Volkov Nika 5,5
Tsereteli Tornike 5,5
Khodashneli Shota 5,5
Esadze Tamari 5
Mindiashvili Tengiz 5
IM Tutisani Noe 5
Shapovalovi Vasiko 5
Adamia Jaba 5
Tsanatsqenishvili Alexandre 5
Safarov Deniel 5
Elashvili Giorgi 5
GM Bagaturov Giorgi 4,5
WCM Lomaia Diana 4,5
Gogolashvili Giorgi 4,5
Donghvani Nia 4,5
Kheladze Ilia 4
FM Chkhaidze Nikoloz 4
Tskipurishvili Daviti 4
Darsadze Nikoloz 4
Nemsadze Daviti 4
Gabunia Davit 4
Kavkasidze Ilia 4
Kvikvinia Teimuraz 4
WFM Tsotsonava Elene 3,5
Siprashvili Ivane 3,5
Kiladze Luka 3,5
Kitesashvili Giorgi 3,5
Khelaia Giorgi 3,5
Shamatava Nikolozi 3,5
Bechvaia Maia 3,5
Gongliashvili Zurab 3,5
Martsvalashvili Ruzvelt 3,5
GM Lomsadze Davit 2,5
Tsanatsqenishvili Giorgi 2
Naqopia Giorgi 1,5
Gogsadze Tornike 1,5
Tqavadze Giorgi 1
Baiashvili Giorgi 1
Giorgadze Giorgi 0,5

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