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Chess: Georgian women create history; beat China to win first ever World Championship
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Chess: Georgian women create history; beat China to win first ...

The Chinese were beaten 2.5 to 1.5, which ensured that Georgia were world champions for the first ever time in their history. Georgia's women team won their first ever World Championship title by beating China Georgia's female chess team ... DNA India, 4 weeks ago

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India's medal hopes dented after defeat against Georgia

Chengdu: India's chances of a medal went up in smoke as the team crashed to a heavy loss against Georgia in the seventh round of the World Women's Team Chess Championship. In a shocking turn of events, three favourable positions were spoilt by the ...
 The Gulf Today4 weeks ago Women's Team Chess Championship: India Out of Contention for Medal  NDTV4 weeks ago World team chess: India women out of medal contention following loss to Georgia  Rediff.com4 weeks ago Indian women lose to Georgia, put of contention for medal  Press Trust of India4 weeks ago

Jamie's Mate 2015-Apr-28

By Jamie Kenmure THIS week time to take a look at our former World Champions in the Women's World Team Championship in Chengdu, China. We reported on this last week for the first round, but we will take a look at their games from Round 2 ...
 Marianas Variety4 weeks ago Jamie's Mate 2015-Apr-21  Marianas Variety1 month ago

World Chess: India loses to Georgia

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS India went down 1.5-2.5 to Georgia in the seventh round of the women's world team chess championship at Chengdu, China, on Sunday. India has six points and is placed sixth. Georgia is top of the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

After Humpy, Harika too in world championship pre-quarters

Grandmaster Dronavalli Harika defeated American Irina Krush in the rapid tie-break games to seal a place in the last 16 stage of the World Womens Chess Championship here. Harika won 1.5-0.5 against the Americans. Stretched in to the tiebreaker ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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