Date: 11 months ago   Category: Chess

One more Ukrainian has broken through in the second round of the World Cup in chess


Natalia Buksa became the fourth sportswoman who will present Ukraine in the second round of the World Cup in chess among women. Natalia Buksa has managed to leave in 1/16 finals of the World Cup in chess which takes place in present time in Tehran (Iran). The day before our chess player has drawn two parties with the Hungarian of the Vietnamese origin of Hoang Tkhan Chiang therefore the destiny of opposition was decided on a tie-break where the Ukrainian has won. Thus, Natalia Buksa has won a match with the score 2,5:1,5 and in the second round will meet Sopiko Guramishvili from Georgia. We will remind, before iSport.ua reported that three Ukrainians have broken through in the second round of the World Cup in chess. The same news on iSport.ua: One more Ukrainian has broken through in the second round of the World Cup in chess

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