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Women World Team Chess Championship R5

The central encounter of the fifth round of the Women World Team Chess Championship between the leading China and Olympic champions from Russia turned to be a huge disappointment for the latter as China won with the crushing 4-0!

The Chinese team remains ahead of the field with 10 match points.

Runner up India walked past Vietnam with a perfect 4-0 to occupy the second rank just one match point behind the leader.

Georgia celebrated a victory over Greece 3-1, Ukraine scored 4-0 against RSA and Armenia left only half a point on the Turkish side of a score sheet with a 3,5-0,5 win.

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

After 5 rounds China is in the lead with 10 points, India stays second with 9. Georgia has 7 points; Russia – 6; Ukraine – 5; Armenia, Vietnam, Turkey – 4; Greece – 1; RSA – 0.

There is a free day on the 23rd of December and the tournament will continue on Saturday with four rounds to go.

Follow the live games with computer analysis

Round 1 report / Round 2 report / Round 3 report / Round 2 report / Round 4 report

Report and photos courtesy of the Turkish Chess federation. WWTC official website.

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

23rd December / Free Day Program
09:30 Departure from the hotel
10:00 Souvenir Photo in front of the Historical Governor’s Building
10:00-10:30 Sabancı Museum
10:30-11:00 Traditional Tunnels (Abbara) & Melik Mahmut Mosque
11:30-12:00 Kasımiye Madrasah
12:30-13:30 Lunch at the hotel
13:30 Departure from the hotel
14:00-15:00 Dara (Mesopotamia)
15:30-16:00 Deyrulzafaran Monastery
16:30 Return back to the hotel

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

Women World Team Chess Championship 2011, Mardin, Turkey

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