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Miladinovic and Nikolova lead 8th Memorial Maria Albulet 2015

Inauguration (photo credit: Romanian Chess Federation)

Inauguration (photo credit: Romanian Chess Federation)

The 8th Memorial Maria Albulet is currently in progress in the Romanian city of Braila.

The event is a 9-round Swiss female open tournament with tempo of play 90′/40 + 30′ + 30″, that takes place from September 10-16, 2015.

WFM Lena Miladinovic from Serbia and Bulgarian Olympic player WGM Adriana Nikolova took the lead with 3.5/4 points. Both leaders have three wins and 1 draw. Miladinovic finished equal with WFM Paula-Alexandra Gitu (Romania) and so did Nikolova with WFM Simoneta Ivanova (Bulgaria).

WFM Olena Martynkova from Ukraine and WGM Elena-Luminita Cosma from Romania are following closely with 3 points.

The winner will be granted 3,000 RON (approximately 680 EUR).

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Standings after Round 4:

1 WFM Miladinovic Lena SRB 2170 3.5
2 WGM Nikolova Adriana BUL 2297 3.5
3 WFM Martynkova Olena UKR 2079 3
4 WGM Cosma Elena-Luminita ROU 2330 3
5 WFM Ivanova Simoneta BUL 2153 2.5
6 WFM Gitu Paula-Alexandra MDA 2013 2.5
7 WGM Sandu Mihaela ROU 2273 2.5
8 WGM Makropoulou Marina GRE 2129 2.5
9 WIM Zarkovic Mila SRB 2205 2.5
10 WFM Cosman Andreea-Marioara ROU 2104 2.5
11 Nastase Andreea-Cristina ROU 1870 2.5
12 Balan Briana-Cleopatra ROU 1743 2.5
13 Ciungan Diana-Alexandra ROU 1806 2
14 Aciu Malina-Andreea ROU 1885 2
15 IM Petrenko Svetlana MDA 2172 2
16 Coman Emilia-Florentina ROU 1769 2
17 Anton Ana-Roxana ROU 1833 2
18 Ardelean Lorela-Daniela ROU 1841 1.5
19 Azamfirei Smaranda-Georgiana ROU 1580 1.5
20 Hrib Andrada-Ioana ROU 1688 1.5
21 Cimpean Andra ROU 1856 1
22 Matei Ana-Maria ROU 1453 1
23 Olinici Ecaterina ROU 1424 1
24 Uzuneanu Gabriela ROU 1447 0.5
25 Trimbitaru Cornelia ROU 1432 0.5
26 Bogdan Laura-Iulia ROU 1573 0.5

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