Armenian women’s chess championship ongoing in Yerevan

Armenian women’s chess championship ongoing in Yerevan

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian women’s chess championship is ongoing in Yerevan, with Narine Gasparyan beating Armine Babayan in the 4th round. Gasparyan scored 3.5 points to lead the tournament.

Meanwhile, Anna Hayrapetyan and Marianna Gasparyan scored wins against Lusine Karapetyan and Diana Mnatsakanyan respectively to share 2-3 places.

The 5th round pairings have been announced as follows: Mnatsakan vs Siranush Andriasyan, Babayan vs Gasparyan, Yevgenia Dolukhanova vs Gasparyan, Lusina Karapetyan vs Hasmik Hambaryan and Naira Movsisyan vs Anna Hayrapetyan.

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