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shortly after the men in Moscow, playing off the "Super Final" their national champion - Peter Svidler won the title again - was now the "Super Final" the women started. Ten participants have qualified or are vorberechtigt by their ranking position. As Tatiana and Nadezhda Kosintseva missing, Alexandra Kosteniuk is the first seeding. By Alisa Galliamova, Valentina Gunina, Anastasia Bodanruk and Natalia Pogonina are also four to seven the number of Russian women's rankings at the start. Gunina lead after three rounds (picture) and Baira Kovanova. Alexandra Kosteniuk, who was already at the Grand Prix tournament in Rostov with little success, started badly in Moscow, with one from third