Nino Khomeriki won the European Championship’s title for the second time.
There are 6 wins and 3 draws in Khomeriki’s active. Thus, Nino earned 7.5 points and surpassed her closest opponents – Russia’s Ekaterina Diakonova (2172) and Slovenia’s Laura Unuk (2240) with 0.5 points.
Khomeriki’s personal coach, international master Khvicha Supatashvili played the great role in her success.
Recall that Prague (Czech Republic) hosted the European Youth Championship.
In total, 24 chess players participated on behalf of Georgia in the European Championship.