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FIDE Women's World Chess Team Championship Has Ended In Mardin
sonucFIDE Women's World Chess Team Championship has ended with magnifiicent closing cerenomy. Making a speech in closing cerenomy; Governor of Mardin Turhan Ayvaz, Parliamentarian of Mardin Gönül Bekin Şahkulubey, Parliamentarian of Mardin Abdurrahim Akdağ, Mayor of Mardin Beşir Ayanoğlu, Deputy of FIDE Georgios Makropoulos and President of Turkish Chess Federation Ali Nihat Yazıcı's common denominator was that happiness of successful organization and the first but not last big event in chess, in Mardin. After the challenging matches the final rank became clarify; Gold medal goes to China, Silver medal goes to Russia, Bronze medal goes to Georgia.
Pictures from the Closing Ceremony
You can find the pictures from the spectacular Closing Ceremony in the Photo Gallery.
CHINA – 1st, RUSSIA – 2nd, GEORGIA – 3rd

The ultimate round of the WWTC was full of fighting.

Only Russia secured medals by making quick match draw with Armenia.

The most dramatic encounter was China – India. Three games ended in draws and Zhao Xue overplayed Tania Sachdev in a complicated game on the third board.

Because of this result, India lost the medals of any kind, Russia became silver medalist and Georgia, that took an upper hand on Turkey 3-1, became bronze winner.
Follow the final games
Follow the final games

Vietnam - Ukraine
Russia - Armenia
Greece - RSA
Georgia - Turkey
China - India

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Pre-match review Round 9
miroshnichenko02Welcome to the final round of WWCC in Mardin! Let’s check the pairing and see what we should expect this morning:

Ukraine versus Vietnam needs to win as many games as possible to secure 4th place and to hope to step on pedestal if something goes wrong for India or Russia, and the same applies to Georgia, who faces Turkey. An interesting detail - in the third round Vietnam won against Georgia and Turkey won against Ukraine, which means both matches won’t be a piece of cake for the favorites.
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