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Tatiana Dornbusch wins 1st European Small Nations Women’s Championship with perfect 9/9 score!

The 1st European Small Nations Individual Women Chess Championship took place from 19 – 27 November 2022 in Monaco. Ten players representing Andorra, Cyprus, Guernsey, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, and San Marino competed in 9 rounds, round-robin system.

WGM Tatiana Dornbusch from Monaco convincingly won the event and scored perfect 9/9 points! WFM Andrea Henderson De La Fuente (Andorra) clinched silver with 6.5 points, and 15-year-old Fiorina Berezovsky (Monaco) won bronze medal scoring 6 points. Scroll down for the final rankings

1st European Small Nations Women’s Chess Championship – The Winners

The President of FIDE 1.10 zone Mr Paris Klerides and the President of Monaco Chess Federation Mr Jean Michel Rapaire joined the Closing ceremony of the event which was held after the end of the last round games, yesterday evening.

Final rankings – 1st European Small Nations Women’s Chess Championship 2022:

1WGMDornbusch Tatiana MNC22449036
2WFMHenderson De La Fuente Andrea AND20096.5023
3 Berezovsky Fiorina MNC15726020
4 Sele Timea LIE13345016.8
5 Nevska Gerda GCI18414.5012.3
6WIMLebel-Arias Julia MNC15994110.8
7WFMMarkidou Christianna CYP16834014
8WFMFarrugia Jamie MLT15683.5011.8
9 Ashbrooke Monika JCI1321206.5
10 Lazzarini Giulia SMR00.501

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