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DRESDEN: Important results final round Open: India (26) beat Slovakia (27) 3-1 (K. Sasikiran drew with Sergei Movsesian; P. Harikrishna beat Lubomir Ftacnik; Surya Sekhar Ganguly beat Tomas Petrik; G. N. Gopal drew with Peter Vavrak) China (16) lost to Armenia (19) 1.5-2.5 USA (17) beat Ukraine (17) 3.5-0.5 Israel (18) beat The Netherlands (15) 2.5-1.5 Russia (16) drew with Spain (16) 2-2 France (14) lost to Azerbaijan (16) 1.5-2.5 Vietnam (16) beat Serbia (14) 2.5-1.5 Hungary (16) beat Belarus (14) 2.5-1.5 Georgia (16) beat Romania (14) 2.5-1.5 Croatia (14) drew with England (15) 2-2.

Ladies: India (14) lost to Armenia (16) 1.5-2.5 (D. Harika lost to Elina Danielian; Tania Sachdev drew with Lilit Mkrtchian; Swati Ghate drew with Nelly Aginian; Mary Ann Gomes drew with Lilit Galojan) Poland (17) lost to Ukraine (18) 1.5-2.5 Georgia (18) beat Serbia (16) 3-1 USA (17) beat France (14) 2.5-1.5 The Netherlands (14) lost to Russia (15) 1.5-2.5 Romania (15) drew with China (15) 2-2 Hungary (14) drew with Uzbekistan (14) 2-2 Italy (15) beat Greece (13) 2.5-1.5 Argentina (13) lost to Belarus (15) 1-3 Mongolia (14) drew with Bulgaria (14) 2-2. Standings: Open: 1. Armenia (19 match points), 2. Israel (18), 3. USA (17); 16. India (15). Ladies: 1. Georgia (18), 2. Ukraine (18), 3. USA (17); 15. India (14).

Personal scores by Indians (open): Men: Krishnan Sasikiran 6/10; P Harikrishna 6/10; Surya Sekhar Ganguly 6/9; G N Gopal 5.5/9; Sandipan Chanda 2.5/6. Women: D Harika 5/10; Tania Sachdev 6.5/11; Nisha Mohota ; Swati Ghate 6.5/11; Mary Ann Gomes 6/8.

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