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With another victory, this time against Pia Cramling, Viktorija Cmilyte (photo), has retaken the lead alone. The former co-leader, Bela Khotenashvili lost his game against Kateryna Lahno. Now the Lithuanian leader with 7.5 points in 9 rounds and is showing superior performance to the 2700 Elo points. Today we face with another player who is in excellent shape, Arakhamia-Grant Ketevan. The Georgia-born player managed to beat former world champion Alexandra Kosteniuk in the ninth round and is part of the chasing group with Kateryna Lahno and Antoaneta Stefanova.