Women’s World Championship R1-tiebreaks today
Quick 5-minute Summary
Israeli IM Yuliya Shvayger
My principal complaint with the FIDE knock-out system for high level tournaments is that the bar is set too high: one unlucky loss and you can be sent home.
Players sent home after Round 1
Players who have to play Tie-Breaks Today
Players who are through to the next round
Results from Round 1/game 2
Photo courtesy of tournament organizers. Tables courtesy of ChessResults.
SOME GAMES FROM Rd1/game 2
Ju Wenjun – Hardegen,K R1/g2 4.11.2018 (1-0)
Toubal,H – Koneru,H R1/g2 4.11.2018 (0-1)
Lagno,K – February,J R2/g1 4.11.2018 (1-0)
Hamid,R – Muczychuk,A R2/g1 4.11.2018 (0-1)
Kosteniuk – Vazquez,M R2/g1 4.11.2018 (1-0)
Muczychuk,M – Wafa,S R2/g1 4.11.2018 (1-0)