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2010 Chess Olympiad : Statistical overview

10/5/2010 – Want to know who the largest performers were? Which team won the most games, not to be confused with the most matches? How about the teams that did well, but won the fewest games? Curious about who the biggest Elo winners were? If any of these questions are gnawing at you, then read on as we give you the lowdown on the Olympiad’s stats, with table after table to sate your curiosity.
 

The 2010 Chess Olympiad takes place from September 21st to October 3rd in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. It is an 11-round Swiss System team event, in which each team has four players with one reserve.

Time control: 90 minutes/40 moves + 30 minutes + 30 seconds/move as of move one.

Game start: rounds 1-10 at 9 AM UTC (5 AM New York / 2 AM Pacific daylight), and round 11 at 5 AM UTC (1 AM New York / 10 PM Pacific daylight)

Rest day: September 26th (after round 5) and October 2nd (after round 10).

2010 Chess Olympiad Khanty-Mansiysk

Team stats

Team consistency

To avoid an overdose of information, the teams chosen were those who have more or less consistently appeared in the top 10.

In the men’s section, it is not hard to guess that the team with the most consistent results since 1992, in other words over the last 10 Olympiads, is Russia, here is a table with some of the major players and their results. Interestingly, Russia’s last win also coincides with Kasparov’s last participation in the team. Another noteworthy statistic is Israel´s consistent top 10 result since 1998, a result only equaled by Russia.

Rus
Arm
Ukr
US
Isr
Chi
1992
1
3
9
4
11
16
1994
1
13
9
7
14
11
1996
1
5
2
3
17
13
1998
1
16
3
2
4
5
2000
1
17
3
26
5
9
2002
1
3
14
41
9
5
2004
2
3
2
4
5
24
2006
6
1
8
3
4
2
2008
5
1
4
3
2
7
2010
2
7
1
9
3
5

It is immediately obvious that three teams have always appeared in the top 10: China, Georgia, and Russia. If you were to average their places, they would also be ranked in that order, though barely as China’s average place is 2.5 while Georgia’s is 2.6. As to Hungary, it is worth pointing out that the Polgar sisters ceased playing for the Hungarian women’s team in 1990. In 1994, Judit Polgar would sensationally appear as the top board in Hungary’s male team.

Geo
Chi
Ukr
Rus
Hun
1992
1
3
2
5
4
1994
1
3
5
10
2
1996
1
2
4
3
5
1998
3
1
12
2
8
2000
2
1
4
3
7
2002
4
1
6
2
5
2004
4
1
18
3
6
2006
6
3
1
2
5
2008
1
8
2
4
14
2010
3
2
9
1
15

Team Scoring

What is meant by scoring, is not who won the most matches, but who among the more successful teams, won the most, or fewest games.

Men

That Ukraine, the gold medalists, scored the most points with 31 (out of a possible 44), is not truly surprising. What may surprise some is that despite their silver and bronze medals, neither Russia 1 with 28 game points nor Israel with 29 were the second heaviest scoring team. That honor goes to the sixth place young guns from Russia 2, who scored 29.5 points. In fact, even the Czech Republic in 20th place, won as many game points as the silver medalists. Of course, the difference lay in clinching the matches and the key games.

Of the teams that scored the fewest games, always edging out their opponents with that one key victory in many cases, France's 25 points was the lowest total of the top 10 finishers, with only the Netherlands with 24.5 scoring less of the top 20.

Rk. St. Team
Team
Gms
  + 
  = 
  - 
 M.Pts 
 G.Pts
1 2 Ukraine
UKR
11
8
3
0
19
31,0
2 1 Russia 1
RUS1
11
8
2
1
18
28,0
3 11 Israel
ISR
11
7
3
1
17
29,0
4 5 Hungary
HUN
11
8
1
2
17
26,5
5 3 China
CHN
11
7
2
2
16
29,0
6 4 Russia 2
RUS2
11
8
0
3
16
29,5
7 6 Armenia
ARM
11
7
2
2
16
27,0
8 16 Spain
ESP
11
7
2
2
16
28,5
9 9 United States
USA
11
7
2
2
16
27,0
10 10 France
FRA
11
6
4
1
16
25,0
11 15 Poland
POL
11
6
3
2
15
29,0
12 7 Azerbaijan
AZE
11
6
3
2
15
28,0
13 14 Russia 3
RUS3
11
5
5
1
15
26,0
14 35 Belarus
BLR
11
7
1
3
15
27,5
15 13 Netherlands
NED
11
6
3
2
15
24,5
16 22 Slovakia
SVK
11
6
3
2
15
26,5
17 24 Brazil
BRA
11
7
1
3
15
27,0
18 19 India
IND
11
7
1
3
15
26,5
19 44 Denmark
DEN
11
7
1
3
15
26,5
20 17 Czech Republic
CZE
11
6
2
3
14
28,0

Women

The women's section presented fewer surprises, especially with both Russia and China clearly winning more matches than the rest, though Bulgaria´s unusually low 24.5 despite their 8th place, does stick out.

Rk. St. Team
Team
Gms
  + 
  = 
  - 
 M.Pts
 G.Pts
1 1 Russia 1
RUS1
11
11
0
0
22
34,0
2 2 China
CHN
11
9
0
2
18
31,5
3 4 Georgia
GEO
11
7
2
2
16
29,0
4 18 Cuba
CUB
11
8
0
3
16
30,0
5 6 United States
USA
11
7
2
2
16
28,5
6 10 Poland
POL
11
7
2
2
16
29,5
7 26 Azerbaijan
AZE
11
8
0
3
16
28,0
8 12 Bulgaria
BUL
11
7
2
2
16
24,5
9 3 Ukraine
UKR
11
7
1
3
15
28,5
10 5 Russia 2
RUS2
11
6
3
2
15
26,5
11 7 Armenia
ARM
11
7
1
3
15
28,0
12 21 Greece
GRE
11
6
3
2
15
28,0
13 14 Romania
ROU
11
7
1
3
15
28,0
14 36 Russia 3
RUS3
11
7
1
3
15
27,0
15 9 Hungary
HUN
11
6
2
3
14
25,0
16 11 France
FRA
11
6
2
3
14
29,0


Player stats

Men

Before entering the domain of who scored what, and who gained what, the provisional chess ratings calculated by Hans Arild Runde at his wonderfully useful site, chess.liverating.org have been released, and include the current permutations in the 2700+ Elo group that can be expected when FIDE's new rating lists come out in November.

At the very top, Carlsen lost 16 points after his uneven event though is still in clear first with 2810. Topalov's rating took a nasty hit, and if nothing changes, he will drop to fourth with 2785. That said, he will be playing in Nanjing in a couple of weeks, facing both Anand and Carlsen, and will have the opportunity to settle the score. The same is true of Carlsen obviously. Among the notable gains, Aronian can expect to move up to third place at the moment as his next rating stands at 2794, his personal best, moving ahead of Kramnik as well. Karjakin, who is currently rated 2747 and ranked 8th gained 14 Elo and will go to 2761, however will remain ranked 8th as Grischuk's 2 Elo gain keeps him a fraction ahead. Chinese GM Wang Yue had declared at the World University championship that he wanted to regain his top 10 status, after having dropped down to 29th in July this year, and his win there combined with his Khanty-Mansiysk result have taken him to 8th place where he has 2753.

There are two more players who bear commenting on, one who is no doubt becoming a familiar name to readers, and another who cannot be overlooked: Nepomniachtchi and Wojtaszek.

Nepomniachtchi has been a very high-profile player over the last year, with his win at the European Championship, his clear win at the Russian semi-final, and of course his remarkable 2821 performance at the Olympiad. His rating in November 2009 was 2626 and he was not even listed in the top 100 players, while now the 20-year-old is at 2731 and is expected to be ranked 18th in the world.

Wojtaszek has been almost discrete in his appearance, but cannot possibly remain so any longer. This 23-year-old Polish grandmaster, who was one of Anand’s seconds during the world championship, has had an absolutely meteoric rise in the last 12 months. Much like Nepomniachtchi, in November 2009, he too was not even in the top 100, and was rated 2637, yet in the last year, something obviously clicked for him as he has added some 90 Elo, and is now looking at a very hefty 2725 rating in the next list making him 22nd in the world.

Last but not least, near the bottom of the list (bottom of the 2700 list lest you forget), is Ukrainian fourth board, Efimeenko, who will make his appearance in the list for the first time with 2705, very much due to his superb result in the Olympiad.

Elo performances

Outside the 2700 club, you will find the absolute rating performance king of the Oympiad, Israel’s second board GM Emil Sutovsky (2665) who scored 6.5/8 and a staggering 2895 performance, edging out both Ivanchuk who performed at 2890, and Aronian with 2888. Still, the king of the overachievers was GM Vitaly Teterev (2511), the third board for Belarus, who scored 7.0/8 and an incredible 2853 performance, which is no less than 342 Elo more than his normal rating. It is not a little remarkable that no fewer than seven players achieved 2800+ performances.

Dutch prodigy Anish Giri (2677) will also be earning added rating points as he played all 11 rounds for his team with a strong 2730 performance.

No.
Name
Rtg
Team
Perf
Pts.
Gms
%
Bd
1
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2665
Israel
2895
6,5
8
81,3
2
2
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
2754
Ukraine
2890
8,0
10
80,0
1
3
GM
Aronian Levon
2783
Armenia
2888
7,5
10
75,0
1
4
GM
Karjakin Sergey
2747
Russia 1
2859
8,0
10
80,0
4
5
GM
Teterev Vitaly
2511
Belarus
2853
7,0
8
87,5
3
6
GM
Nepomniachtchi Ian
2706
Russia 2
2821
6,5
9
72,2
1
7
GM
Almasi Zoltan
2707
Hungary
2801
7,0
10
70,0
2
8
GM
Sokolov Ivan
2641
Bosnia & Herzegovina
2798
6,0
8
75,0
1
9
GM
Kramnik Vladimir
2780
Russia 1
2794
5,5
9
61,1
1
10
GM
Efimenko Zahar
2683
Ukraine
2783
8,5
11
77,3
4
11
GM
Wang Hao
2724
China
2783
7,5
10
75,0
2
12
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2756
Azerbaijan
2778
6,5
10
65,0
1
13
GM
Movsesian Sergei
2723
Slovakia
2776
8,0
11
72,7
1
14
GM
Grischuk Alexander
2760
Russia 1
2776
6,0
9
66,7
2
15
GM
Wang Yue
2732
China
2772
6,0
9
66,7
1
16
GM
Wojtaszek Radoslaw
2711
Poland
2769
6,0
9
66,7
1
17
GM
Kamsky Gata
2705
United States
2756
7,0
10
70,0
2
18
GM
Radjabov Teimour
2748
Azerbaijan
2755
6,0
9
66,7
2
19
GM
Alekseev Evgeny
2691
Russia 2
2754
6,0
9
66,7
2
20
GM
Jakovenko Dmitry
2726
Russia 3
2743
6,0
10
60,0
1
21
GM
Nakamura Hikaru
2733
United States
2741
6,0
10
60,0
1
22
GM
Vallejo Pons Francisco
2697
Spain
2739
6,5
10
65,0
2
23
GM
Eljanov Pavel
2761
Ukraine
2737
7,0
10
70,0
3
24
GM
Giri Anish
2677
Netherlands
2730
8,0
11
72,7
4
25
GM
Navara David
2722
Czech Republic
2730
6,0
10
60,0
1

Highest percentage

As to who simply scored the most, here are the top 10:

No.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Bd
Pts
Perf
1
Bah Brema
0
Mali
100,0
7
5
7,0
2534
2
GM
Teterev Vitaly
2511
Belarus
87,5
8
3
7,0
2853
3
Pascoal Eduardo A
2205
Angola
85,7
7
2
6,0
2133
4
GM
Amin Bassem
2578
Egypt
85,0
10
2
8,5
2719
5
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2665
Israel
81,3
8
2
6,5
2895
6
GM
Diamant Andre
2498
Brazil
81,3
8
5
6,5
2644
7
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
2754
Ukraine
80,0
10
1
8,0
2890
8
GM
Karjakin Sergey
2747
Russia 1
80,0
10
4
8,0
2859
9
Mazara Adan
2262
Dominican Republic
78,6
7
5
5,5
2162
10
IM
Al-Zendani Zendan
2400
Yemen
77,8
9
4
7,0
2305

Top Boards

Finally, here are all the top performers per board:

Board 1
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily 
2754
Ukraine
80
10
2650
8
2890
2
GM
Aronian Levon 
2783
Armenia
75
10
2695
8
2888
3
GM
Nepomniachtchi Ian 
2706
Russia 2
72
9
2655
7
2821
4
GM
Sokolov Ivan 
2641
Bosnia & Herzegovina
75
8
2605
6
2798
5
GM
Kramnik Vladimir 
2780
Russia 1
61
9
2714
6
2794
Board 2
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Sutovsky Emil 
2665
Israel
81
8
2644
7
2895
2
GM
Almasi Zoltan  
2707
Hungary
70
10
2652
7
2801
3
GM
Wang Hao 
2724
China
75
10
2590
8
2783
4
GM
Grischuk Alexander 
2760
Russia 1
67
9
2651
6
2776
5
GM
Kamsky Gata  
2705
United States
70
10
2607
7
2756
Board 3
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Teterev Vitaly 
2511
Belarus
88
8
2517
7
2853
2
GM
Eljanov Pavel 
2761
Ukraine
70
10
2588
7
2737
3
GM
Rublevsky Sergei 
2683
Russia 3
73
11
2552
8
2727
4
GM
Polgar Judit 
2682
Hungary
60
10
2631
6
2703
5
GM
Vitiugov Nikita 
2709
Russia 2
67
9
2575
6
2700
Board 4
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Karjakin Sergey 
2747
Russia 1
80
10
2619
8
2859
2
GM
Efimenko Zahar 
2683
Ukraine
77
11
2572
9
2783
3
GM
Giri Anish 
2677
Netherlands
73
11
2555
8
2730
4
GM
Miton Kamil 
2629
Poland
75
10
2521
8
2714
5
GM
Berkes Ferenc 
2678
Hungary
65
10
2576
7
2686
Board 5
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Feller Sebastien 
2649
France
67
9
2583
6
2708
2
GM
Bartel Mateusz 
2599
Poland
78
9
2486
7
2706
3
GM
Babula Vlastimil 
2515
Czech Republic
78
9
2448
7
2668
4
IM
Stupak Kirill 
2502
Belarus
70
10
2511
7
2660
5
GM
Jones Gawain C B 
2576
England
75
8
2454
6
2647

Largest Elo gains

Inevitably, the question players always ask themselves is not only how well they did, but how much Elo they gained or lost. Here are the largest Elo gains made by titled players.

Rk.
Name
FED
Rtg
Pts.
Perf
w
we
w-we
K
rtg+/-
1
GM
Teterev Vitaly
BLR
2511
7,0
2853
7
3,81
3,19
10
31,9
2
IM
Barrientos Sergio E
COL
2464
8,5
2589
7,5
4,60
2,90
10
29,0
3
FM
Steel Henry Robert
RSA
2300
5,5
2459
5,5
3,64
1,86
15
27,9
4
FM
AlHuwar Jasem
UAE
2265
6,5
2395
6,5
4,67
1,83
15
27,5
5
IM
Volodin Aleksandr
EST
2433
7,5
2589
7,5
5,05
2,45
10
24,5
6
FM
Atabayev Maksat
TKM
2318
5,5
2264
4
2,37
1,63
15
24,5
7
FM
Jere Daniel
ZAM
2267
6,5
2318
5,5
3,89
1,61
15
24,1
8
FM
Chan Wei Xuan Timothy
SIN
2338
6,5
2458
5,5
3,94
1,56
15
23,4
9
FM
Izquierdo Daniel
URU
2275
6,0
2317
5
3,46
1,54
15
23,1
10
GM
Sutovsky Emil
ISR
2665
7,5
2895
6,5
4,22
2,28
10
22,8
11
IM
Mehmeti Dritan
ALB
2415
7,0
2558
7
4,83
2,17
10
21,7
12
FM
Mansour Sameer
JOR
2283
6,0
2397
6
4,56
1,44
15
21,6
13
IM
Stupak Kirill
BLR
2502
7,0
2660
7
4,87
2,13
10
21,3
14
IM
Pitterson Jomo
JAM
2242
6,0
2290
5
3,60
1,40
15
21,0
15
GM
De La Riva Aguado Oscar
AND
2521
8,5
2656
8,5
6,46
2,04
10
20,4
16
GM
Megaranto Susanto
INA
2516
8,0
2575
7
4,96
2,04
10
20,4
17
IM
Wiedenkeller Michael
LUX
2431
7,5
2496
6,5
4,52
1,98
10
19,8
18
IM
Salov Sergej
GER
2271
6,0
2301
5
3,70
1,30
15
19,5
19
GM
Amin Bassem
EGY
2578
8,5
2719
8,5
6,59
1,91
10
19,1
20
GM
Grandelius Nils
SWE
2500
7,5
2628
7,5
5,60
1,90
10
19,0
21
GM
Babula Vlastimil
CZE
2515
7,0
2668
7
5,16
1,84
10
18,4
22
IM
Urbina Ricardo
HON
2226
6,5
2256
5,5
4,29
1,21
15
18,1
23
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
UKR
2754
8,0
2890
8
6,21
1,79
10
17,9
24
GM
Jumabayev Rinat
KAZ
2547
8,5
2652
8,5
6,74
1,76
10
17,6
25
GM
Sokolov Ivan
BIH
2641
6,0
2798
6
4,24
1,76
10
17,6

Women

Although the provisional list above is for 2700 players only, and thus excludes female players, who have only had Judit Polgar to represent them at that level, there is also a similarly updated Women's Live Ratings list. Unsurprisingly, Judit is far ahead of the field, and will add a few points to reach 2685. Next is Indian Koneru Humpy at 2593, who did not play at Khanty-Mansiysk, and Hou Yifan who will remain third at 2586. The Kosintseva sisters continue their rise as they both pursue the 2600 barrier, and are both at 4th and 5th respectively. Tatiana will move to 2581, while her sister Nadezhda is right beside her with 2575. 23-year-old Georgian GM Nana Dzagnidze has also had a strong aboutface as she comes back from a slump where she had dropped to 2478 in May this year, to achieve her highest rating yet at 2551 and ranked 6th, just ahead of Bulgarian Antonaeta Stefanova who is expected to drop a few points to 2549.

Elo performances

Although mush has been made of the Kosintseva sisters, who obviously did very well, the queen of Elo performances was Ukrainian IM Inna Gaponenko with a 2691 performance. As to amazing performances, the title for greatest overachiever has to go to Azerbaijan WGM Zeinab Mamedjarova, rated 2234 who scored a full-fledged GM norm and a 2623 performance. In case that last name sounds vaguely familiar, it is because she is the sister of the Azerbaijani genius Mamedyarov.

No.
Name
Rtg
Team
Perf
Pts.
Gms
%
Bd
1
IM
Gaponenko Inna
2469
Ukraine
2691
7,5
8
93,8
4
2
IM
Kosintseva Nadezhda
2565
Russia 1
2662
8,5
10
85,0
2
3
WGM
Ju Wenjun
2516
China
2636
9,5
11
86,4
2
4
GM
Kosintseva Tatiana
2573
Russia 1
2628
7,0
10
70,0
1
5
WGM
Mamedjarova Zeinab
2234
Azerbaijan
2623
9,0
11
81,8
1
6
GM
Hou Yifan
2578
China
2573
8,0
11
72,7
1
7
IM
Bodnaruk Anastasia
2399
Russia 2
2569
7,0
8
87,5
4
8
GM
Dzagnidze Nana
2534
Georgia
2563
7,0
10
70,0
1
9
IM
Muzychuk Anna
2535
Slovenia
2547
7,0
10
70,0
1
10
IM
Paehtz Elisabeth
2467
Germany
2524
6,5
9
72,2
1
11
IM
Harika Dronavalli
2515
India
2520
6,5
10
65,0
1
12
GM
Stefanova Antoaneta
2551
Bulgaria
2516
5,5
9
61,1
1
13
GM
Socko Monika
2486
Poland
2515
7,0
11
63,6
1
14
WGM
Marrero Lopez Yaniet
2324
Cuba
2511
7,0
8
87,5
3
15
IM
Krush Irina
2490
United States
2494
7,0
11
63,6
1

Highest percentage

In case you are wondering why Valentina Gunina was not the top performance or board, it is because a minimum of eight games were required.

No.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Bd
Pts.
Perf
1
IM
Gaponenko Inna
2469
Ukraine
93,8
8
4
7,5
2691
2
WGM
Gunina Valentina
2465
Russia 1
92,9
7
5
6,5
2693
3
WGM
Marrero Lopez Yaniet
2324
Cuba
87,5
8
3
7,0
2511
4
IM
Bodnaruk Anastasia
2399
Russia 2
87,5
8
4
7,0
2569
5
WGM
Ju Wenjun
2516
China
86,4
11
2
9,5
2636
6
WIM
Van Weersel Arlette
2174
Netherlands
85,7
7
5
6,0
2069
7
IM
Kosintseva Nadezhda
2565
Russia 1
85,0
10
2
8,5
2662
8
WIM
Pham Le Thao Nguyen
2304
Vietnam
85,0
10
2
8,5
2481
9
WFM
Hegarty Sarah N
2084
England
83,3
9
5
7,5
2123
10
WGM
Mamedjarova Zeinab
2234
Azerbaijan
81,8
11
1
9,0
2623

Top boards

Board 1
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
GM
Kosintseva Tatiana 
2573
Russia 1
70
10
2479
7
2628
2
WGM
Mamedjarova Zeinab 
2234
Azerbaijan
82
11
2361
9
2623
3
GM
Hou Yifan 
2578
China
73
11
2398
8
2573
4
GM
Dzagnidze Nana 
2534
Georgia
70
10
2414
7
2563
5
IM
Muzychuk Anna 
2535
Slovenia
70
10
2398
7
2547
Board 2
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
IM
Kosintseva Nadezhda 
2565
Russia 1
85
10
2366
9
2662
2
WGM
Ju Wenjun 
2516
China
86
11
2327
10
2636
3
WIM
Pham Le Thao Nguyen 
2304
Vietnam
85
10
2185
9
2481
4
IM
Zatonskih Anna 
2480
United States
65
10
2344
7
2454
5
IM
Javakhishvili Lela 
2451
Georgia
56
9
2404
5
2447
Board 3
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
WGM
Marrero Lopez Yaniet 
2324
Cuba
88
8
2175
7
2511
2
IM
Melia Salome 
2439
Georgia
70
10
2309
7
2458
3
WGM
Berzina Ilze 
2283
Latvia
82
11
2188
9
2450
4
GM
Zhao Xue 
2469
China
70
10
2288
7
2437
5
WGM
Majdan-Gajewska Joanna 
2333
Poland
80
10
2194
8
2434
Board 4
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
IM
Gaponenko Inna 
2469
Ukraine
94
8
2247
8
2691
2
IM
Bodnaruk Anastasia 
2399
Russia 2
88
8
2233
7
2569
3
WIM
Vasiliev Olga 
2293
Israel
78
9
2159
7
2379
4
IM
Dworakowska Joanna 
2315
Poland
75
10
2174
8
2367
5
WGM
Baginskaite Kamile 
2328
United States
75
8
2161
6
2354
Board 5
Rk.
Name
Rtg
Team
%
Gms
Avg Opp
Pts
Perf
1
IM
Muzychuk Mariya 
2464
Ukraine
72
9
2265
7
2431
2
WGM
Kashlinskaya Alina 
2358
Russia 2
61
9
2247
6
2327
3
IM
Khotenashvili Bela 
2464
Georgia
63
8
2194
5
2289
4
WFM
Hakimifard Ghazal 
2173
Iran
63
8
2163
5
2258
5
WIM
Fuchs Judith 
2237
Germany
72
9
2088
7
2254

Largest Elo gains

Rk.
Name
FED
Rtg
Pts.
Perf
w
we
w-we
K
rtg+/-
1
WGM
Mamedjarova Zeinab
AZE
2234
9,0
2623
9
3,73
5,27
15
79,1
2
WIM
Andersson Christin
SWE
2113
8,0
2342
8
4,70
3,30
15
49,5
3
WGM
Makropoulou Marina
GRE
2230
8,0
2426
8
5,46
2,54
15
38,1
4
WIM
Ortiz Nadya Karolina
COL
2212
7,0
2392
7
4,56
2,44
15
36,6
5
WGM
Ptacnikova Lenka
ISL
2282
8,5
2379
7,5
5,13
2,37
15
35,5
6
WGM
Berzina Ilze
LAT
2283
9,0
2450
9
6,69
2,31
15
34,7
7
WIM
Pham Le Thao Nguyen
VIE
2304
8,5
2481
8,5
6,21
2,29
15
34,3
8
WIM
Yuan Yuanling
CAN
2189
7,5
2271
6,5
4,43
2,07
15
31,0
9
WGM
Sharevich Anna
BLR
2283
6,5
2425
6,5
4,57
1,93
15
29,0
10
WIM
Ozturk Kubra
TUR
2235
9,0
2265
7
5,10
1,90
15
28,5
11
WIM
Moncayo Romero Evelyn
ECU
2127
7,5
2243
7,5
5,61
1,89
15
28,4
12
WGM
Igla Bella
ISR
2271
6,5
2405
6,5
4,62
1,88
15
28,2
13
WIM
Dauletova Gulmira
KAZ
2235
6,5
2363
6,5
4,62
1,88
15
28,2
14
WGM
Marrero Lopez Yaniet
CUB
2324
7,0
2511
7
5,34
1,66
15
24,9

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