2014

Guliskhan Nakhbayeva is four-times Kazakhstan champion for women

The 2014 Kazakhstan Chess Championships for women was held from 3rd to 12th May, 2014 in Astana, the capital city of Kazakhstan.

28 players, including 3 WGMs, 4 WIMs and 2 WFMs, competed in the 9 round Swiss event.

The top seed WGM Guliskhan Nakhbayeva lifted the trophy with the convincing score 7.5/9 points, leaving the nearest followers a full point behind. Thus, Nakhbayeva became Kazakhstani champion for women four times in a row.

Second place was shared in a 3-way tie by WIM Madina Davletbayeva,  WGM Flyura Khasanova and WIM Gulmira Dauletova with 6.5/9 points each. WIM Davletbayeva took the silver due to her superb tie-break score.

Tournament website

Guliskhan Nakhbayeva

WGM Guliskhan Nakhbayeva (KAZ)

Final standings:

1 WGM Guliskhan Nakhbayeva 2317 7,5
2 WIM Davletbayeva, Madina 2275 6,5
3 WGM Khasanova, Flyura 2238 6,5
4 WIM Dauletova, Gulmira 2244 6,5
5 WGM Ankudinova, Yelena 2145 6
6 WIM Turebayeva, Alfiya 2086 6
7 WIM Aketayeva, Dana 2155 5,5
8 Khomentovskaya, Yana 1833 5,5
9 Bayzhanova, Zhanar 2030 5
10 WFM Assaubayeva, Bibissara 1934 5
11 Bauyrzhan, Arnash 1895 5
12 Zhylkaidarova, Sholpan 2058 5
13 Assanova, Aizhan 4,5
14 Bauyrzhanova, Klara 1794 4,5
15 Mynzhasarova, Kamilla 1865 4,5
16 Mukhit, Aisezym 1944 4,5
17 Telzhanova, Aygul 1626 4,5
18 Albekova, Dilyara 1781 4
19 WFM Balakanova, Bakhyt 2062 4
20 Demeuova, Gulziya 1586 4
21 Chakeyeva, Almagul 1680 3,5
22 Kamalidenova, Meruert 1403 3,5
23 Kushenova, Laura 3,5
24 Lesbekova, Asel 1438 3
25 Kairbekova, Amina 3
26 Breitkreitz, Valeriya 2,5
27 Sagynay, Inzhu 1,5
28 Turkpenova Anel 1

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