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Ju Wenjun – Lei Tingjie , FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 game 5 – LIVE

The 2023 FIDE Women’s World Championship is a 12-game match between defending champion Ju Wenjun and her Chinese compatriot Lei Tingjie. The match runs July 5-23, with the first 6 games in Ju Wenjun’s home city of Shanghai and the rest of the match in Lei Tingjie’s Chongqing. The first player to 6.5 points wins the match, while a 6:6 tie will be settled by tiebreaks. The prize fund is €500,000, split 60:40 in favour of the winner, or 55:45 if tiebreaks are needed. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment per move from move 1. The tiebreaks start with four 25-minute games, with a 10-second increment from move 1. If still tied, two 5+3 games are played, then, if needed, another two 5+3 games. If still tied, single 3+2 games are played, with alternating colours, until one player wins.

All about FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship : FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 / Ju Wenjun – Lei Tingjie , FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 game 1 / Ju Wenjun – Lei Tingjie , FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 game 2 / Ju Wenjun – Lei Tingjie , FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 game 3 / Women Candidates Chess 2023 / Ju Wenjun – Lei Tingjie , FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 game 4
Parallel : Dutch Championship 2023 / 2023 Dutch Women’s Championship / Slovak Championship GM 2023
More : FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2023 / Aktobe Open Classic 2023 / Vojvodina Open 2023 / 3rd Heldur Valgmae Memorial 2023 / 8th Purtichju Open 2023 / Ceske Budejovice GM A 2023 / Ceske Budejovice GM B 2023 / Ceske Budejovice Open A 2023 / Ceske Budejovice Open B 2023

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