Endings of promotion of the World Championship of Female Elephants Ju Wenjun
Source: People's Daily
Reporter Zheng Wei
On the night of Beijing 16th, in the semifinal of the 2018 Women's Chess World Championship in Hantemansisk, Russia, Chinese player Ju Wenjun eliminated Russian star Kosjianuk with a record of 1 win and 1 in slow chess. Advance to the finals. In the final, Ju Wenjun will compete with the Russian chess player Gono for the championship.
As the main seed of the tournament, Ju Wenjun met Kostenuk in the semifinal and staged a "strong dialogue". In the first round of the contest, the game was launched in defense of France, and Kostenuk, who was the first to take the lead, once gained a lot of space, but Ju Wenjun patiently and successfully ate the soldiers from the opponent's rear wing. Ju Wenjun has since missed the chance to win fast, but with the rigorous advancement of state-of-the-art technology, he gradually expanded his lead and sealed the win after five hours of fighting. In the second round of the competition, Ju Wenjun, who already took the lead, stabilized his position, made 72 rebounds and took the lead in the finals of the competition.
Label:Women's Chess, Half-Finals World Championship, Promotion Finals, Chinese Players, Champions
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