Women's World Chess Championship 2018

The Women's World Chess Championship 2018 is a 10-game match between Tan Zhongyi (China), who became Women's World Chess champion in 2017, and Ju Wenjun (China), who won the FIDE Women's Grand Prix 2015–16 and became the challenger.

The Challenger - Ju Wenjun (China) ELO 2571

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by Clément Bucco-Lechat - Own work

Tan Zhongyi (China)
Women's World Chess Champion 2017 ELO 2522

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The match is played from 2 to 20 May 2018 in Shanghai and in Chongqing.

Results:

1. Ju Wenjun 1/2-1/2 Tan Zhongyi
2. Tan Zhongyi 0-1 Ju Wenjun
3. Ju Wenjun 1-0 Tan Zhongyi
4. Tan Zhongyi 1-0 Ju Wenjun
5. Tan Zhongyi 0-1 Ju Wenjun
6. Ju Wenjun 0-1 Tan Zhongyi
7. Tan Zhongyi 1/2-1/2 Ju Wenjun
8. Ju Wenjun 1/2-1/2 Tan Zhongyi
9. Tan Zhongyi 1/2-1/2 Ju Wenjun
10. Ju Wenjun 1/2-1/2 Tan Zhongyi

Ju Wenjun wins world title 5.5 - 4.5 and is now Women's World Chess Champion 2018

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