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German Women’s Championship 2023

The German Women’s Championship 2023 is taking place from 14–20 August 2023 in Ostfildern. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one. It is a 9-round Swiss tournament with participation of Kateryna Dolzhykova, Lara Schulze, Carmen Voicu-Jagodzinsky, Annemarie Meier, Luisa Bashylina, etc. will daily follow the live games.

FIDE World Cup round 1/4 :D Gukesh – Magnus Carlsen / Santosh Gujrathi Vidit – Nijat Abasov / Leinier Dominguez Perez – Fabiano Caruana / Praggnanandhaa R – Arjun Erigaisi
FIDE Women’s World Cup round 1/2 : Anna Muzychuk – Nurgyul Salimova / Aleksandra Goryachkina – Zhongyi Tan
Parallel : German Championship 2023 / World Youth U16 Olympiad
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Starting rank of players :

No. NameFEDRtgIRtgN
1WIMDolzhykova, KaterynaGER23072308
2FMSchulze, LaraGER23042317
3WGMVoicu-Jagodzinsky, CarmenROU22642222
4 Meier, AnnemarieGER22542182
5WFMBashylina, LuisaGER21522155
6 Bardorz, JanaGER20572091
7WCMFalke, OrnellaGER19732051
8 Gröschel, KarolineGER19341985
9WFMJust, Anita Dr.GER18981919
10WFMVon Herman, BrigitteGER18981849
11 Zimmer, ElkeGER18781874
12 Bräuer, VanessaGER18661899
13 Wartenberg, AlissaGER18251863
14 Bazzazi, ElnazGER18031872
15 Doll, RebeccaGER17991935
16 Walker, JuliaGER17971816
17 Lange, MalinaGER17921751
18 Nizamova, RitaGER17551855
19 Anissimova, MariyaGER16511858
20 Wulf, DorisGER15221525
21 Koppe, CordeliaGER14791423
22 Bursan, Ana-MariaGER14761641

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