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In Mardin, in World Women's Chess Team Championship, organizers working for the participants to feel at home.

Everyday, every round, players find flowers at the tables.

Everyday, every dinner, specific meals of participant countries are located on the private corner of the resturant.

Round 6: China unstoppable, India lost
round6 previewChina won another match, this time against Greece. However, Greek players made 2 draws with white (and from the position of strength): Marina Makropoulou against Ju Wenjun on the second board and Ekaterini Pavlidou vs. Tan Zhongyi on the fourth.

Chinese are now 3 match points ahead of runner up India, as the latter lost to Russia in a tough encounter. Humpy Koneru – Nadezhda Kosintseva and Harika Dronovalli – Tatiana Kosintseva ended in draws. However, Russia was stronger on the lower boards: Valentina Gunina won against Tania Sachdev and Natalia Pogonina against Soumya Swaminathan. Russia celebrated 3-1 victory to join Georgia on the third rank.
Pre-match review round 6
miroshnichenko01Welcome back to the WWCC in Mardin! Players had their free day, so must be fully recovered and ready for uncompromised battle! Let us check what we’re up to in upcoming 6th round.

Ukraine vs. Georgia will be a tough match for both teams. While chances for a gold medal seem to disappear, the winners of this match will continue their campaign to reach pedestal.

China vs. Greece. Chinese seem unstoppable, so Greek team has to do their best to avoid another 4-0 execution.
Sunny and entertaining rest day before the decisive rounds
rest day previewOrganizers of WWTC made their best for a rest day in Mardin to become unforgettable. The program included morning excursion to the city with its old buildings, historical monuments, bazaar and museum. The weather was warm and sunny – the perfect free day!

A large number of participants (including world champion Hou Yifan anfd her coach), trainers and other affiliated persons took part.

In the afternoon the program continued with the ride to ancient Mesopotamian city Dara – a lifetime historical experience. It is not necessary to say that even more people decided to join – several minibuses were full.

You can find the pictures from this fantastic day in Photo Gallery and regret that you were not with us on the 23rd of December!

The 5th round was a day of big score defeats
round5 previewThe central encounter between leading China and Olympic champions from Russia turned up as a huge disappointment for the latter – China won 4-0! The Chinese team remains ahead of the field with 10 match points.

Runner up India crushed Vietnam 4-0 to occupy the second rank just one match point below 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 3,5-0,5 win.
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