2015

WGM Zeinab Mamedjarova is 2015 Azerbaijani champion for women

azerbaijani-flagThe 2015 Azerbaijani Individual Chess Championship for women took place from 16th to 25th January 2015 in Baku, the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan.

The event was a 9-round Swiss tournament with time control 90’/ 40 + 30′ + 30″.

WGM Zeinab Mamedjarova emerged a clear winner with 7/9 points, leaving the nearest followers full point behind.

WIM Narmin Kazimova, WCM Narmin Mammadova and Turkan Hasanova tied for the second place after the whole group finished with 6 points.

However, Kazimova prevailed on a superior tie-break score and took the silver, while Mammadova remained third.

You can see the full standings below.

Final standings:

1 WGM Mamedjarova Zeinab AZE 2289 Sumqayit 7
2 WIM Kazimova Narmin AZE 2263 Baku 6
3 WCM Mammadova Narmin AZE 2108 Baku 6
4 Hasanova Turkan AZE 2072 Shamkir 6
5 WIM Fataliyeva Ulviyya AZE 2346 Gandja 5,5
6 WIM Ibrahimova Sabina AZE 2273 Gandja 5,5
7 WIM Abdulla Khayala AZE 2264 Baku 5,5
8 WCM Balajayeva Khanim AZE 2049 Baku 5,5
9 WGM Mammadova Gulnar AZE 2346 Shirvan 5,5
10 WCM Amrayeva Aytan AZE 2032 Baku 4,5
11 WCM Baghirova Khatun AZE 1850 Baku 4
12 Guliyeva Sabina AZE 1958 Goychay 4
13 WCM Hojjatova Aydan AZE 2170 Baku 4
14 WFM Ismayilova Parvana AZE 2051 Baku 3,5
15 Soyunlu Narmin AZE 1920 Baku 3,5
16 Hajiyeva Laman AZE 1569 Sumqayit 3
17 WCM Beydullayeva Govhar AZE 2028 Baku 3
18 WCM Ismayil Malak AZE 1622 Sumqayit 3
19 Heydarova Aytaj AZE 1666 Baku 2,5
20 Zamanova Bikakhanim AZE 1798 Guba 2,5

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