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China’s Ju Wenjun leading Fide Women’s Grand Prix after 3 rounds

China’s Ju Wenjun leading Fide Women’s Grand Prix after 3 rounds

PanARMENIAN.Net - China’s Ju Wenjun is leading Fide Women’s Grand Prix with 2,5 points, followed by Ruan Lufei (China) and Kateryna Lahno (Ukraine) with 2,5 and 2 points respectively.

In the 3rd round of Jermuk-hosted tournament, Armenian grandmaster Elina Danielian beat Humpy Koneru (India) to gain 1,5 points; Lilit Mkrtcyan is 11th with 0,5 points.

July 20’s round 4 pairings are as follows: Zhao Xue (China)- Kateryna Lahno (Ukraine); Munguntuul Batkhuyag (Mongolia) - Nadezhda Kosintseva (Russia); Lilit Mkrtchian (Armenia)- Ekaterina Kovalevskaya (Russia); Ju Wenjun (China)- Ruan Lufei (China); Humpy Koneru (India)- Hou Yifan (China); Nino Khurtsidze (Georgia) - Elina Danielian (Armenia).

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