European Championship: Azerbaijani teams lost by the same score

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17 November 2023 23:55
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European Championship: Azerbaijani teams lost by the same score

The sixth round of the European Team Chess Championship of Montenegro has started in Budva.

Idman.biz reports that after a one-day break, the women's chess players of Azerbaijan faced Bulgaria and the men's chess teams faced Greece.

The team, which is the leader in the championship, unexpectedly lost to Greece. The defeat of Ulviyya Fataliyeva was decisive for Azerbaijan, which played a draw in three games.

Teymur Rajabov experienced the same fate in our men's team. His loss resulted in our team finishing without any points.

European Championship

VI round
Bulgaria - Azerbaijan - 2.5:1.5
Antoaneta Stefanova - Gunay Mammadzada - 0.5:0.5
Nurgul Salimova - Ulviyya Fataliyeva - 1:0
Victoria Radeva - Khanim Balajayeva - 0.5:0.5
Gergana Peycheva – Gulnar Mammadova - 0.5:0.5

Tournament status: 1. France - 11, 2. Bulgaria - 10, 3. Azerbaijan - 9 points.

Greece - Azerbaijan - 2.5:1.5
Nikolas Theodorou - Teymur Rajabov - 1:0
Dimitrios Mastrovasilis - Shahriyar Mammadyarov - 0.5:0.5
Ioannis Papaioannou - Nijat Abasov - 0.5:0.5
Stamatis Kurkoulos-Arditis - Vasif Durarbeyli - 0.5:0.5

Tournament status: 1. Germany. 2 England – both 10 points, 3. Romania. 4. Serbia - both 10 points, 9 points....17. Azerbaijan - 6.

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The sixth round of the European Team Chess Championship of Montenegro has started in Budva.

Idman.biz reports that after a one-day break, the female chess players of Azerbaijan will face Bulgaria, and male players will face Greece.

Govhar Beydullayeva (Azerbaijan) who is the leader in the championship, will not participate in the game.

Rauf Mammadov will remain in the reserve team of the men's team, which ranked ninth.

European championship
VI round
Bulgaria - Azerbaijan
Antoaneta Stefanova - Gunay Mammadzada
Nurgul Salimova - Ulviyya Fataliyeva
Viktoria Radeva - Khanim Balajayeva
Gergana Peycheva - Gulnar Mammadova

Tournament status: 1. France, 2. Azerbaijan - both 9 points, 3. Bulgaria - 8.

Greece - Azerbaijan
Nikolas Theodorou - Teymur Rajabov
Dimitrios Mastrovasilis - Shahriyar Mammadyarov
Ioannis Papaioannou - Nijat Abasov
Stamatis Kourkoulos-Arditis - Vasif Durarbeyli

Tournament status: 1. Germany - 9 points, 2. Serbia, 3. Romania - both 8 points... 9. Azerbaijan - 6.

Idman.biz