42nd World Chess Olympiad – Round 5 BIG REPORT

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Video (Round 5)

42nd Baku Chess Olympiad 2016 Round 5 with Harikrishna Vidit Santosh Gujarathi and Murali
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China, the defending champion, was beaten by Ukraine. Azerbaijan also lost. There are now only three unbeaten teams left in the open section.


More teams were knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten in Round 5 of the 42nd Chess Olympiad in Baku, Azerbaijan. The most prominent was China, the defending champion, which lost to Ukraine.

Only three teams – Ukraine, India and the Netherlands — remain undefeated in the open section,  while only two teams – Ukraine and Russia – have perfect match scores in thewomen’s group.

© Eteri Kublashvili It was not Yu Yangyi's day as his loss to Yuri Kryvoruchko led to his team's defeat.

© Eteri Kublashvili It was not Yu Yangyi’s day as his loss to Yuri Kryvoruchko led to his team’s defeat.

Ukraine’s victory over China was by the slimmest of margins, 2.5 points to 1.5. Three of the games were hard-fought draws, but on Board 3, Yuriy Kryvoruchko beat Yu Yangyi, who is higher rated, using an unusual opening idea. In the English Attack in the Najdorf Sicilian, both sides typically castle on opposite sides of the board. But instead of castling queenside, Kryvoruchko played a4 and started playing for a strategic edge on the queenside.

 

 

© Eteri Kublashvili Azerbaijan and India waiting for Round 5 to begin.

© Eteri Kublashvili Azerbaijan and India waiting for Round 5 to begin.

The host team from Azerbaijan had been another one of the undefeated teams before Round 5, but it was beaten rather convincingly by India by a score of 3-1. The crucial game was the matchup on the top board between Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Pentala Harikrishna. Mamedyarov played an interesting new opening idea, but Harikrishna was up to the task in the complicated position that emerged on the board. The turning poing was Harikrishna’s visually pleasing exchange sacrifice:

 

 

© Maria Emelianova Vidit Santosh Gujrathi, right, has won all his games in the Olympiad so far.

© Maria Emelianova Vidit Santosh Gujrathi, right, has won all his games in the Olympiad so far.

On Board 3, Vidit Gujarathi completely controled the game to score his fifth win of the competition, this time against the latest addition to the Azeri team, Arkadij Naiditsch. (Naiditsch played for Germany until the previous Olympiad.)

© Eteri Kublashvili Belarus, with Sergei Zhigalko, left, on Board 1, vs. the Netherlands and Anish Giri, just before the start of Round 5.

© Eteri Kublashvili Belarus, with Sergei Zhigalko, left, on Board 1, vs. the Netherlands and Anish Giri, just before the start of Round 5.

On paper, the Netherlands had an easier path to join the ranks of the unbeatens as it played Belarus, the No. 23 seed. But this turned out to be a crazy match that could have gone either way. On the top board, Anish Giri of the Netherlands, got into serious trouble against Sergei Zhigalko. But Zhigalko missed the best continuation and Giri was able to survive.

The match was decided by a completely insane, but hugely entertaining, tactical fight on Board 4 between Kirill Stupak of Belarus and Benjamin Bok of the Netherlands. White played an absolutely strange opening – voluntarily moving his king to e3. He soon had a terrible position, but his bravery almost paid off when Bok sacrificed a bit too much to get at White’s king. Then the game turned around once more at the end:

 

There was also a curious study-like position in the match between England and Vietnam. According to the engine assessments, in the following game, the top Vietnamese player, Le Quang Liem, appeared to miss an elementary win against Michael Adams. But upon deeper inspection, Black actually has an amazing draw that even the computer missed at first:

 

The English players handled themselves nicely on the other boards and won the match, 3-1.

After back-to-back draws, Magnus Carlsen, the World Champion, got back on the winning track against Luc Winants of Belgium. Norway, Carlsen’s team, followed suit, winning the match, 3-1.

© Eteri Kublashvili The World Champions once again showed that they deserved to be on the poster in main hall of the playing venue.

© Eteri Kublashvili The World Champions once again showed that they deserved to be on the poster in main hall of the playing venue.

 

In the women’s section, the other World Champion, Hou Yifan, recovered from her headline-grabbing loss in Round 4 to win in the style of 19th century attacking genius Paul Morphy:

 

 

Hou’s win helped China to a comfortable 3-1 victory over Italy.

© Eteri Kublashvili Kazakhstan, left, was no match for Russia in Round 5, losing 3.5-0.5.

© Eteri Kublashvili Kazakhstan, left, was no match for Russia in Round 5, losing 3.5-0.5.

Russia continued to steamroll their opponents crushing a strong, but inexperienced, team from Kazakhstan, 3.5 – 0.5.

© Eteri Kublashvili Anna Muzychuk of Ukraine, left, beat Jovana Rapport of Serbia, to lead her team to victory.

© Eteri Kublashvili Anna Muzychuk of Ukraine, left, beat Jovana Rapport of Serbia, to lead her team to victory.

Ukraine won a tough match against Serbia to join Russia in the lead. Ukraine was led by the strong Muzychuk sisters. The younger sister, Anna, won on Board 1 with a beautiful tactical idea against Jovana Rapport (the wife of Hungary’s top player, Richard Rapport):

 

 

On Board 2, Mariya, the former World Champion, won a more positional game against Irina Chelushkina to seal Ukraine’s victory.

Ukraine has clearly emerged as a team to beat in both sections. Their men’s team has already beaten two of the most feared teams in the Olympiad – Russia and China. In Round 6 on Thursday, Ukraine will be put to test again as it faces the star-studded American team, which features three of the top 10 players in the world.

© Eteri Kublashvili A strong kibitzer looking at the game of Fabiano Caruana, the top board for the United States, in Round 5.

© Eteri Kublashvili A strong kibitzer looking at the game of Fabiano Caruana, the top board for the United States, in Round 5.

India has also been amazingly consistent. Every player on the team appears to be in excellent form, which is what a team needs if it is to win the Olympiad. In Round 6, India will face the surprising joint leaders, the Netherlands, in a match that could decide which team takes sole possession of first.

In the women’s section, Russia has been dominating its opponents. In Round 6, the women will have a chance to avenge the loss of the men’s team when they take on Ukraine, with the possibility of becoming the sole leader of the tournament at stake.

© Maria Emelianova The team from Kyrgyzstan.

© Maria Emelianova The team from Kyrgyzstan.

The chess cafe attracts a steady stream of visitors.

The chess cafe attracts a steady stream of visitors.

The playing hall.

The playing hall.

Parimarjan Negi is an Indian grandmaster who is the second-youngest ever to earn the title (at 13 years 4 months and 22 days). Ranked No. 80 in the world, he is about to start his junior year at Stanford University

ROUND 5 VIDEO GLIMPSE OF 42ND BAKU CHESS OLYMPIAD
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Day 5. Puzzle of the Day.

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Day 5. Puzzle of the Day. SOLUTION.

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Day 5. Benjamin Bok is telling about his game.
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Eredmények-Játszmák Magyar EREDMÉNYEK Játszmák itt – PGN


2016 (Baku AZE) Összes játszma – All Games PGN
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Open section (top pairings)

Bo.
5
Ukraine (UKR)
Rtg
3
China (CHN)
Rtg
2½:1½
1.1
GM
Eljanov, Pavel
2739
GM
Wang, Yue
2737
½-½
1.2
GM
Ponomariov, Ruslan
2709
GM
Ding, Liren
2753
½-½
1.3
GM
Kryvoruchko, Yuriy
2693
GM
Yu, Yangyi
2725
1-0
1.4
GM
Volokitin, Andrei
2647
GM
Wei, Yi
2717
½-½
Bo.
11
Netherlands (NED)
Rtg
23
Belarus (BLR)
Rtg
2½:1½
2.1
GM
Giri, Anish
2755
GM
Zhigalko, Sergei
2652
½-½
2.2
GM
L’Ami, Erwin
2611
GM
Kovalev, Vladislav
2599
½-½
2.3
GM
Van Wely, Loek
2674
GM
Zhigalko, Andrey
2591
½-½
2.4
GM
Bok, Benjamin
2592
GM
Stupak, Kirill
2561
1-0
Bo.
24
Serbia (SRB)
Rtg
2
United States of America (USA)
Rtg
1:3
3.1
GM
Ivanisevic, Ivan
2650
GM
Caruana, Fabiano
2808
½-½
3.2
GM
Markus, Robert
2662
GM
Nakamura, Hikaru
2789
0-1
3.3
GM
Sedlak, Nikola
2537
GM
So, Wesley
2782
0-1
3.4
GM
Indjic, Aleksandar
2548
GM
Robson, Ray
2674
½-½
Bo.
4
Azerbaijan 1 (AZE)
Rtg
9
India (IND)
Rtg
1:3
4.1
GM
Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar
2761
GM
Harikrishna, P.
2752
0-1
4.2
GM
Radjabov, Teimour
2722
GM
Adhiban, B.
2671
½-½
4.3
GM
Naiditsch, Arkadij
2696
GM
Vidit, Santosh Gujrathi
2669
0-1
4.4
GM
Safarli, Eltaj
2688
GM
Sethuraman, S.P.
2640
½-½
Bo.
29
Slovenia (SLO)
Rtg
17
Czech Republic (CZE)
Rtg
1:3
5.1
GM
Beliavsky, Alexander G
2602
GM
Navara, David
2742
½-½
5.2
GM
Lenic, Luka
2622
GM
Laznicka, Viktor
2651
½-½
5.3
GM
Borisek, Jure
2558
GM
Hracek, Zbynek
2591
0-1
5.4
GM
Sebenik, Matej
2526
GM
Babula, Vlastimil
2540
0-1
Bo.
14
Spain (ESP)
Rtg
20
Georgia (GEO)
Rtg
½:3½
6.1
GM
Vallejo Pons, Francisco
2716
GM
Jobava, Baadur
2665
0-1
6.2
GM
Anton Guijarro, David
2630
GM
Pantsulaia, Levan
2601
0-1
6.3
GM
Vazquez Igarza, Renier
2580
GM
Gelashvili, Tamaz
2575
0-1
6.4
GM
Ibarra Jerez, Jose Carlos
2566
GM
Sanikidze, Tornike
2497
½-½
Bo.
57
Mongolia (MGL)
Rtg
19
Turkey (TUR)
Rtg
1:3
7.1
IM
Munkhgal, Gombosuren
2446
GM
Solak, Dragan
2635
0-1
7.2
GM
Gundavaa, Bayarsaikhan
2492
GM
Ipatov, Alexander
2652
0-1
7.3
GM
Batchuluun, Tsegmed
2513
GM
Yilmaz, Mustafa
2616
½-½
7.4
FM
Bilguun, Sumiya
2444
GM
Esen, Baris
2524
½-½
Bo.
1
Russia (RUS)
Rtg
43
Egypt (EGY)
Rtg
3:1
8.1
GM
Karjakin, Sergey
2769
GM
Amin, Bassem
2661
1-0
8.2
GM
Kramnik, Vladimir
2808
GM
Adly, Ahmed
2603
½-½
8.3
GM
Nepomniachtchi, Ian
2740
IM
Fawzy, Adham
2451
1-0
8.4
GM
Grischuk, Alexander
2754
IM
Ameir, Moheb
2431
½-½
Bo.
35
Moldova (MDA)
Rtg
7
Poland (POL)
Rtg
2:2
9.1
GM
Bologan, Victor
2648
GM
Wojtaszek, Radoslaw
2736
½-½
9.2
GM
Iordachescu, Viorel
2584
GM
Duda, Jan-Krzysztof
2675
0-1
9.3
GM
Svetushkin, Dmitry
2543
GM
Bartel, Mateusz
2646
1-0
9.4
IM
Vedmediuc, Serghei
2437
GM
Piorun, Kacper
2681
½-½
Bo.
15
Cuba (CUB)
Rtg
25
Canada (CAN)
Rtg
1:3
10.1
GM
Dominguez Perez, Leinier
2720
GM
Bareev, Evgeny
2675
1-0
10.2
GM
Bruzon Batista, Lazaro
2623
GM
Kovalyov, Anton
2617
0-1
10.3
GM
Ortiz Suarez, Isan Reynaldo
2581
GM
Lesiege, Alexandre
2512
0-1
10.4
GM
Gonzalez Vidal, Yuri
2553
GM
Hansen, Eric
2582
0-1
Bo.
21
Latvia (LAT)
Rtg
10
Hungary (HUN)
Rtg
2½:1½
11.1
GM
Shirov, Alexei
2673
GM
Rapport, Richard
2752
1-0
11.2
GM
Kovalenko, Igor
2651
GM
Berkes, Ferenc
2640
1-0
11.3
GM
Neiksans, Arturs
2628
GM
Almasi, Zoltan
2684
½-½
11.4
IM
Sveshnikov, Vladimir
2404
GM
Balogh, Csaba
2614
0-1
Bo.
38
Sweden (SWE)
Rtg
30
Romania (ROU)
Rtg
1½:2½
12.1
GM
Grandelius, Nils
2641
GM
Lupulescu, Constantin
2618
½-½
12.2
GM
Blomqvist, Erik
2545
GM
Parligras, Mircea-Emilian
2595
½-½
12.3
GM
Hillarp Persson, Tiger
2523
IM
Deac, Bogdan-Daniel
2524
0-1
12.4
IM
Westerberg, Jonathan
2491
GM
Marin, Mihail
2572
½-½
Bo.
39
Paraguay (PAR)
Rtg
8
France (FRA)
Rtg
2½:1½
13.1
GM
Delgado Ramirez, Neuris
2618
GM
Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime
2813
0-1
13.2
GM
Bachmann, Axel
2641
GM
Maze, Sebastien
2617
1-0
13.3
GM
Cubas, Jose Fernando
2470
GM
Edouard, Romain
2635
1-0
13.4
GM
Franco Ocampos, Zenon
2496
GM
Bauer, Christian
2623
½-½
Bo.
32
Vietnam (VIE)
Rtg
6
England (ENG)
Rtg
1:3
14.1
GM
Le, Quang Liem
2723
GM
Adams, Michael
2738
½-½
14.2
GM
Nguyen, Ngoc Truong Son
2633
GM
McShane, Luke J
2671
½-½
14.3
FM
Nguyen, Anh Khoi
2448
GM
Jones, Gawain C B
2635
0-1
14.4
GM
Dao, Thien Hai
2486
GM
Short, Nigel D
2666
0-1
Bo.
42
Denmark (DEN)
Rtg
36
Italy (ITA)
Rtg
2:2
15.1
GM
Andersen, Mads
2535
GM
Dvirnyy, Danyyil
2543
½-½
15.2
GM
Glud, Jakob Vang
2526
GM
Rombaldoni, Axel
2567
0-1
15.3
GM
Rasmussen, Allan Stig
2522
GM
Brunello, Sabino
2568
1-0
15.4
GM
Schandorff, Lars
2515
FM
Moroni, Luca Jr
2459
½-½
Bo.
58
Bangladesh (BAN)
Rtg
13
Germany (GER)
Rtg
½:3½
16.1
GM
Hossain, Enamul
2431
GM
Nisipeanu, Liviu-Dieter
2687
0-1
16.2
GM
Mollah Abdullah, Al Rakib
2488
GM
Meier, Georg
2654
0-1
16.3
GM
Rahman, Ziaur
2512
GM
Bluebaum, Matthias
2626
0-1
16.4
GM
Murshed, Niaz
2439
GM
Buhmann, Rainer
2640
½-½
Bo.
28
Azerbaijan 2 (AZE2)
Rtg
62
Turkmenistan (TKM)
Rtg
4:0
17.1
GM
Durarbayli, Vasif
2612
IM
Atabayev, Yusup
2453
1-0
17.2
GM
Abasov, Nijat
2552
FM
Atabayev, Saparmyrat
2406
1-0
17.3
GM
Guseinov, Gadir
2625
GM
Odeev, Handszar
2401
1-0
17.4
GM
Guliyev, Namig
2577
FM
Kakabaev, Mergen
2338
1-0
Bo.
59
Singapore (SIN)
Rtg
27
Greece (GRE)
Rtg
1½:2½
18.1
GM
Zhang, Zhong
2637
GM
Papaioannou, Ioannis
2631
½-½
18.2
IM
Goh, Wei Ming Kevin
2444
GM
Mastrovasilis, Dimitrios
2601
½-½
18.3
IM
Tin, Jingyao
2439
GM
Banikas, Hristos
2571
½-½
18.4
IM
Shanmugam, Ravindran
2345
GM
Halkias, Stelios
2565
0-1
Bo.
33
Brazil (BRA)
Rtg
37
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Rtg
½:3½
19.1
GM
Leitao, Rafael
2616
GM
Jumabayev, Rinat
2604
½-½
19.2
GM
El Debs, Felipe de Cresce
2523
Utegaliyev, Azamat
2513
0-1
19.3
GM
Barbosa, Evandro Amorim
2509
GM
Kazhgaleyev, Murtas
2594
0-1
19.4
IM
Di Berardino, Diego Rafael
2499
GM
Ismagambetov, Anuar
2542
0-1

Women’s section (top pairings)

Bo.
27
Serbia (SRB)
Rtg
2
Ukraine (UKR)
Rtg
1:3
1.1
WGM
Rapport, Jovana
2318
GM
Muzychuk, Anna
2550
0-1
1.2
WGM
Chelushkina, Irina
2221
GM
Muzychuk, Mariya
2539
0-1
1.3
Velikic, Adela
2260
GM
Ushenina, Anna
2457
½-½
1.4
WIM
Drljevic, Ljilja
2207
IM
Gaponenko, Inna
2416
½-½
Bo.
3
Russia (RUS)
Rtg
31
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Rtg
3½:½
2.1
GM
Kosteniuk, Alexandra
2538
WGM
Abdumalik, Zhansaya
2389
1-0
2.2
GM
Gunina, Valentina
2520
WIM
Dauletova, Gulmira
2275
1-0
2.3
WGM
Pogonina, Natalija
2484
WFM
Zhylkaidarova, Sholpan
2162
½-½
2.4
WGM
Girya, Olga
2452
WGM
Ankudinova, Yelena
2126
1-0
Bo.
18
Israel (ISR)
Rtg
11
Romania (ROU)
Rtg
1½:2½
3.1
WIM
Shvayger, Yuliya
2408
IM
Peptan, Corina-Isabela
2394
½-½
3.2
WIM
Efroimski, Marsel
2322
IM
Foisor, Cristina-Adela
2353
0-1
3.3
IM
Klinova, Masha
2290
IM
Bulmaga, Irina
2395
0-1
3.4
WIM
Gutmakher, Olga
2216
WIM
Dragomirescu, Angela
2227
1-0
Bo.
16
Azerbaijan 1 (AZE)
Rtg
10
Germany (GER)
Rtg
3:1
4.1
WGM
Mamedjarova, Zeinab
2295
IM
Paehtz, Elisabeth
2474
½-½
4.2
WGM
Mammadzada, Gunay
2361
WGM
Michna, Marta
2383
½-½
4.3
WGM
Mammadova, Gulnar
2304
WGM
Levushkina, Elena
2342
1-0
4.4
WFM
Hojjatova, Aydan
2339
WIM
Fuchs, Judith
2287
1-0
Bo.
19
Vietnam (VIE)
Rtg
5
India (IND)
Rtg
2:2
5.1
IM
Pham, Le Thao Nguyen
2338
GM
Harika, Dronavalli
2542
½-½
5.2
WGM
Hoang, Thi Bao Tram
2325
IM
Padmini, Rout
2408
0-1
5.3
WGM
Nguyen, Thi Mai Hung
2316
IM
Tania, Sachdev
2402
1-0
5.4
WGM
Nguyen, Thi Thanh An
2249
WGM
Soumya, Swaminathan
2379
½-½
Bo.
1
China (CHN)
Rtg
20
Italy (ITA)
Rtg
3:1
6.1
GM
Hou, Yifan
2658
IM
Zimina, Olga
2389
1-0
6.2
GM
Ju, Wenjun
2583
FM
Brunello, Marina
2376
½-½
6.3
WGM
Tan, Zhongyi
2475
WFM
Movileanu, Daniela
2268
1-0
6.4
IM
Guo, Qi
2417
WFM
Di Benedetto, Desiree
2183
½-½
Bo.
6
United States of America (USA)
Rtg
12
Lithuania (LTU)
Rtg
2½:1½
7.1
GM
Krush, Irina
2444
IM
Daulyte, Deimante
2421
0-1
7.2
IM
Paikidze, Nazi
2366
WIM
Zaksaite, Salomeja
2298
½-½
7.3
IM
Zatonskih, Anna
2449
WFM
Batyte, Daiva
2189
1-0
7.4
WGM
Foisor, Sabina-Francesca
2279
WFM
Domarkaite, Laima
2161
1-0
Bo.
30
Greece (GRE)
Rtg
38
Slovenia (SLO)
Rtg
2:2
8.1
WGM
Tsolakidou, Stavroula
2355
WIM
Unuk, Laura
2332
½-½
8.2
WIM
Pavlidou, Ekaterini
2140
WGM
Krivec, Jana
2259
½-½
8.3
WFM
Avramidou, Anastasia
2273
WFM
Kolaric, Spela
2079
1-0
8.4
WFM
Markantonaki, Haritomeni
2188
WFM
Vidic, Teja
2121
0-1
Bo.
13
Iran (IRI)
Rtg
21
Netherlands (NED)
Rtg
1½:2½
9.1
IM
Khademalsharieh, Sarasadat
2429
GM
Peng, Zhaoqin
2368
½-½
9.2
WGM
Pourkashiyan, Atousa
2335
WGM
Haast, Anne
2306
½-½
9.3
WGM
Hejazipour, Mitra
2314
IM
Lanchava, Tea
2258
0-1
9.4
WIM
Hakimifard, Ghazal
2308
FM
Kazarian, Anna-Maja
2231
½-½
Bo.
8
Hungary (HUN)
Rtg
43
Sweden (SWE)
Rtg
2½:1½
10.1
GM
Hoang, Thanh Trang
2467
GM
Cramling, Pia
2444
½-½
10.2
IM
Lazarne Vajda, Szidonia
2372
WIM
Agrest, Inna
2222
0-1
10.3
WGM
Papp, Petra
2336
Bengtsson, Jessica
2005
1-0
10.4
WGM
Gara, Ticia
2379
Cramling Bellon, Anna
1913
1-0
Bo.
17
Turkey (TUR)
Rtg
25
Czech Republic (CZE)
Rtg
3½:½
11.1
IM
Atalik, Ekaterina
2422
WGM
Worek, Joanna
2360
½-½
11.2
WGM
Yildiz, Betul Cemre
2369
WIM
Havlikova, Kristyna
2271
1-0
11.3
WGM
Ozturk, Kubra
2277
WIM
Olsarova, Karolina
2255
1-0
11.4
WIM
Isgandarova, Khayala
2188
WGM
Rodshtein, Tereza
2230
1-0
Bo.
7
Poland (POL)
Rtg
24
Cuba (CUB)
Rtg
4:0
12.1
GM
Socko, Monika
2437
WGM
Marrero Lopez, Yaniet
2281
1-0
12.2
WGM
Zawadzka, Jolanta
2429
WGM
Linares Napoles, Oleiny
2276
1-0
12.3
WGM
Szczepkowska-Horowska, Karina
2409
WIM
Llaudy Pupo, Lisandra
2269
1-0
12.4
WGM
Kulon, Klaudia
2346
WIM
Hernandez Moya, Yuleisy
2264
1-0
Bo.
23
France (FRA)
Rtg
29
Latvia (LAT)
Rtg
1:3
13.1
IM
Milliet, Sophie
2362
WGM
Reizniece-Ozola, Dana
2243
½-½
13.2
IM
Collas, Silvia
2301
WGM
Rogule, Laura
2306
½-½
13.3
WIM
Congiu, Mathilde
2232
WGM
Berzina, Ilze
2241
0-1
13.4
WIM
Navrotescu, Andreea-Cristiana
2235
WGM
Erneste, Inguna
2178
0-1
Bo.
41
Peru (PER)
Rtg
4
Georgia (GEO)
Rtg
½:3½
14.1
WGM
Cori T., Deysi
2402
GM
Dzagnidze, Nana
2522
½-½
14.2
WIM
Chumpitaz, Ann
2150
IM
Javakhishvili, Lela
2486
0-1
14.3
WFM
Aliaga Fernandez, Ingrid Y
2096
GM
Khotenashvili, Bela
2463
0-1
14.4
WFM
Felix Vega, Aurora Edith
2053
IM
Batsiashvili, Nino
2474
0-1
Bo.
55
Singapore (SIN)
Rtg
36
Belarus (BLR)
Rtg
2:2
15.1
IM
Li, Ruofan
2353
IM
Ziaziulkina, Nastassia
2382
1-0
15.2
WIM
Gong, Qianyun
2262
FM
Stetsko, Lanita
2170
½-½
15.3
Tin, Ruiqi
1892
Badelka, Olga
2222
½-½
15.4
Siew, Kai Xin
1607
WFM
Bogdan, Ekaterina
2120
0-1
Bo.
61
Iceland (ISL)
Rtg
57
Mexico (MEX)
Rtg
1½:2½
16.1
WGM
Ptacnikova, Lenka
2159
WIM
Real Pereyra, Diana Carime
2136
1-0
16.2
WFM
Thorsteinsdottir, Gudlaug
2046
WIM
Guerrero Rodriguez, Alejandra
2043
½-½
16.3
Thorsteinsdottir, Hallgerdur
2015
WIM
Fuentes Godoy, Lilia Ivonne
2142
0-1
16.4
Magnusdottir, Veronika Steinunn
1777
WFM
Parkhurst Casas, Miriam
1993
0-1
Bo.
14
Spain (ESP)
Rtg
28
Azerbaijan 2 (AZE2)
Rtg
2:2
17.1
IM
Vega Gutierrez, Sabrina
2411
WGM
Mamedjarova, Turkan
2304
1-0
17.2
IM
Matnadze, Ana
2383
WIM
Khalafova, Narmin
2219
½-½
17.3
WIM
Collazo Hidalgo-Gato, Niala
2268
WIM
Fataliyeva, Ulviyya
2234
0-1
17.4
WIM
Aranaz Murillo, Amalia
2279
WGM
Umudova, Nargiz
2247
½-½
Bo.
51
Denmark (DEN)
Rtg
37
Slovakia (SVK)
Rtg
2:2
18.1
WIM
Vovk, Oksana
2204
IM
Repkova, Eva
2332
½-½
18.2
WFM
Guindy, Esmat
2149
WIM
Maslikova, Veronika
2247
½-½
18.3
WFM
Fredericia, Louise
2117
WFM
Vrbova, Niki
2186
1-0
18.4
Kakulidis, Ellen
1928
WFM
Motycakova, Monika
2109
0-1
Bo.
22
Uzbekistan (UZB)
Rtg
58
Azerbaijan 3 (AZE3)
Rtg
3:1
19.1
WGM
Muminova, Nafisa
2324
WIM
Mammadova, Narmin
2230
1-0
19.2
WIM
Tokhirjonova, Gulrukhbegim
2289
WFM
Balajayeva, Khanim
2147
1-0
19.3
WIM
Gevorgyan, Irina
2324
WCM
Beydullayeva, Govhar
1994
½-½
19.4
Nadirjanova, Nodira
2126
WCM
Allahverdiyeva, Ayan
1780
½-½

Olympiad schedule

Date Time Event, function
1 September 18:30/20:30 Arrival, Opening, Captains meeting
2 September 10:00/15:00 Arbiters meeting/Round 1
3 September 15:00 Round 2
4 September 15:00 Round 3
5 September 15:00 Round 4
6 September 15:00/22:00 Round 5/Bermuda Party
7 September Day Off
8 September 15:00 Round 6
9 September 15:00 Round 7
10 September 15:00 Round 8
11 September 15:00 Round 9
12 September 15:00 Round 10
13 September 11:00/19:30 Round 11/Closing Ceremony
14 September All day Departure day

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