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WGM Iva Videnova wins Thracian Princess 2013

The trophy for the winner of Thracian Princess, WGM Iva Videnova

The trophy for the winner of Thracian Princess, WGM Iva Videnova

WGM Iva Videnova, current Bulgarian national champion and coach at the Online Chess Lessons Academy, won the 2013 edition of the traditional women chess championship Thracian Princess. WGM Videnova finished 6,5/9, with the same result as WIM Elitsa Raeva, WGM Margarita Voiska, and top seeded WGM Elena-Luminita Cosma, but grabbed the first place with better tiebreak score.

The championship organized by Chess Club Vratsa and Plamen Stefanov was conducted on a very high level in the beautiful Balkan city of Vratsa.

Scroll down for the full standings and photos from the Thracian Princess championship.

1 WGM Videnova Iva 2301 BUL 6.5
2 WIM Raeva Elitsa 2263 BUL 6.5
3 WGM Cosma Elena-Luminita 2329 ROU 6.5
4 WGM Voiska Margarita 2237 BUL 6.5
5 WIM Dragomirescu Angela 2239 ROU 6
6 WGM Ionescu Irina 2233 ROU 6
7 Cazacu Gabriela 1845 MDA 5
8 WIM Yordanova Svetla 2083 BUL 5
9 WGM Maksimovic Suzana 2223 SRB 4.5
10 Stefanova Milena 1989 BUL 4.5
11 Vasova Maria 1910 BUL 4.5
12 Tsekova Viktoria 1885 BUL 4.5
13 Pencheva Iva 1786 BUL 4.5
14 Shivacheva Donika 1709 BUL 4
15 Boneva Zvezdelina 1947 BUL 4
16 Vasileva Veronika 1771 BUL 3.5
17 WFM Salimova Nurgyul 1870 BUL 3.5
18 Bocheva Margarita 1821 BUL 3
19 Gospodinova Nikoleta 1532 BUL 1.5

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