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Women's World Champs Final: Stefanova vs. Ushenina Print E-mail
November 25, 2012
 

GM Antoeneta Stefanova of Bulgaria and IM Anna Ushenina of Ukraine advanced to the final match of the Women's World Championship in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. Stefanova and Ushenina defeated Dronavalli Harika (India) and Wenjun Ju (China), respectively.
 
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Stefanova

Stefanova is a former Women's World Champion (2004) looking to reclaim her title. Here's a nice victory by her over GM Marie Sebag (France) in the quarterfinals:



And a victory by Ushenina over GM Kosintseva



The four-game final begins on Tuesday, November 27th. Find more information on the tournament website, http://chess2012.ugrasport.com/.
 
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