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FINAL RANKING AFTER 9 ROUNDS

INDIVIDUAL

Pos

Player

Country

Points

Score

1

Linghua Jiao

CN

32

1424

2

Olivier Boivin

FR

30

1318

3

Elisabeth Frischenschlager

AUT

29

1124

4

Huaou Xu

CN

27

769

5

Jesper Willemoes Hansen

DEN

27

480

6

Jianguo Liang

CN

26

1061

7

Lifang Tong

CN

26

857

8

Nadine König

DLD

26

748

9

Bingcheng Zhang

CN

26

627

10

Moa Henriët

SE

26

571

11

Yanxia Wu

CN

25

844

12

Shi Hua Chen Kold

DEN

25

785

13

Yaichiro Owaki

JP

25

596

14

Jeppe Stig Nielsen

DEN

25

501

15

Ton Rijnders

NL

25

473

16

Tobias Olsen

DEN

24

722

17

Joel Ratsimandresy

FR

24

674

18

Teruhiko Araki   

JP

24

608

19

Nathalie Mahé

FR

24

573

20

Marco Bazzocchi

IT

24

524

21

Patrizia Buscarini

IT

23

545

22

Morten Andersen

DEN

23

511

23

Freddy Christiansen

DEN

23

273

24

Martin Faartoft   

DEN

22,5

613

25

Luca Gavelli

IT

22

783

26

Davide Montanari

IT

22

659

27

Emmanuel Tai Leung

FR

22

526

28

Katsuyuki Onodera

JP

22

513

29

Kim Iversen

DEN

22

501

30

Guijun Zhou

CN

22

449

31

André Balagourou

FR

22

330

32

Kyoko Miyagawa

JP

21

1238

33

Isabel Bahiano Steenholm

DEN

21

646

34

Masato Chiba

JP

21

569

35

Yuri Tezuka

JP

21

447

36

Shigeru Aono

JP

21

414

37

Guijuan Zhou

CN

21

393

38

Sugako Suzuki

JP

21

373

39

Deqi Yao

CN

21

330

40

Akira Nagano

JP

20

665

41

Wenlong Li

CN

20

602

42

Sandra Bondoin

FR

20

510

43

Hans Wikström

SE

20

466

44

Nicolas Pochic

FR

20

451

45

Alla Danilevskaya

RUS

20

414

46

Orieta Serafini

IT

20

384

47

Makito Mori

JP

20

365

48

Martin Wedel Jacobsen 

DEN

20

334

49

Anna Stepanova

RUS

20

273

50

Shuzhi Ma

CN

20

240

51

Monica Jenjahn   

DLD

20

173

52

Yusuke Fukui

JP

19,5

624

53

Alexander Doppelhofer 

AUT

19

666

54

Roger Perego   

IT

19

433

55

Natali Daniela

IT

19

428

56

Laurent Mahé

FR

19

378

57

András Boda

HU

19

267

58

Shengcai Han

CN

19

244

59

Anton Kösters

NL

19

232

60

Hikonori Hashido

JP

19

227

61

Richard Stöckemann

DLD

19

210

62

Fabrizio Ferri

IT

19

206

63

Michael Zahradnik

DLD

19

200

64

Wim Rijnders

NL

19

109

65

Yukari Kugimiya

JP

19

76

66

Henrik Leth

DEN

19

32

67

Kouichi Miyake

JP

18

408

68

Sune Gjeding Thomsen

DEN

18

309

69

Henrik Krogh Nielsen

DEN

18

292

70

Stefanie Duhme

DLD

18

258

71

Gertjan Davies

NL

18

180

72

Joe-Calberson Huynh

FR

18

177

73

Eti Aschenbrenner 

HU

18

174

74

Chengdong Gui

CN

18

171

75

Frauke Roos

DLD

18

144

76

Philipp Rouschal 

AUT

18

48

77

Anne Choux

FR

18

-6

78

Etsuko Ishimoto

JP

18

-112

79

Helmut Riegler   

AUT

18

-122

80

Jean-Marc Cazarre

FR

17,5

380

81

Guilu Cui

CN

17,5

53

82

Rudi Kopmanis

BEL

17

468

83

Marco Montebelli

IT

17

332

84

Nong Li

CN

17

237

85

Eveline Broers

NL

17

203

86

Elisa Foschi

IT

17

146

87

Anne Schaefer

DLD

17

127

88

Bert Claessen

NL

17

84

89

Tokiko Tokuyama

JP

17

16

90

Pierre-Edouard Cousin

FR

17

-58

91

Marco Lorenzi

IT

17

-152

92

Pal Halasz

HU

17

-259

93

Frédérique Grondin

FR

16,5

135

94

Otto Myslivec 

AUT

16

509

95

Koji Idota

JP

16

323

96

Dagmar Fischer

DLD

16

181

97

Akira Ishimoto

JP

16

158

98

Doris Sallmutter 

AUT

16

128

99

Angéla Nyulasiné Lakos

HU

16

102

100

Tímea Imréné Kovács

HU

16

3

101

Paula Pereira Gomes   

POR

16

-12

101

Motoo Tani

JP

16

-12

103

Serena Porrati

IT

16

-40

104

Abel Sanchez Diaz   

SP

16

-72

105

Gábor Garai   

HU

16

-91

106

Chris Scheffler

NL

16

-124

107

Takara Watanabe

JP

16

-146

108

Jérôme Bonifas

FR

16

-325

109

Jonas Hagerlid   

SE

15

74

110

Marco Milandri 

IT

15

27

111

Erik Leijonmarck

SE

15

-12

112

Norbert Tschinkel

AUT

15

-21

113

Emma Guenel

FR

15

-26

114

Johannes Scott-Weijers

GB

15

-134

115

Zsolt Nyulasi

HU 

15

-148

116

Panjing Song  

CN

15

-158

117

Massimo Pollini

IT

15

-195

118

Ernest Glaser 

AUT

15

-215

119

Janine Scholtemeijer

NL

15

-735

120

Ombretta Tassinari

IT

14

179

121

Tina Christensen

DEN

14

49

122

Brian Krog

DEN

14

-7

123

Masakazu Yamazaki

JP

14

-20

124

Jose Moreno Merino 

SP

14

-126

125

Andrey Kozlov

RUS

14

-138

126

Peter van Damme

BEL

14

-268

127

Corinne di Domenico

FR

14

-276

128

Désirée Heemskerk

NL

14

-438

129

Dimphy  van Grinsven 

NL

14

-563

130

Gert van der Vegt

NL

14

-627

131

Miklós Imre

HU

13

159

132

Haruko Ishizuka

JP

13

75

133

Ek Kian (Edwin) Phua

SIN

13

62

134

Brun Ludovic

FR

13

-162

135

Shufu Huang

CN

13

-193

136

Kimito Kugimiya

JP

13

-223

137

Rudi Wong-Chung

NL

13

-247

138

Mei Hwa Felder  

CH

13

-303

139

Michele Comerci

IT

13

-343

140

Yoshitaka Nishimiya

JP

13

-401

141

Piet Scholte

NL

13

-434

142

Harry Kal

NL

13

-484

143

Leni Janssen

NL

12,5

-519

144

Zsanett Lakos 

HU 

12

101

145

Gabriele Sallmutter 

AUT

12

-50

146

Chris Redmond  

GB

12

-77

147

Chengxu Wang

CN

12

-84

148

Jaap Croeze

NL

12

-138

149

Frank Rostved

DEN

12

-139

150

Martin Scheichenbauer 

AUT

12

-143

151

Marianne Croeze

NL

12

-150

152

Vittorio Bassi

IT

12

-191

153

Franz Maresch

AUT

12

-252

154

Yi Fan

CN

12

-278

155

Günter Gintsberger 

AUT

12

-316

156

Diana Westdijk

NL

12

-338

157

Marco Foschi

IT

12

-435

158

Midori Oike

JP

12

-517

159

Gerda van Oorschot

NL

12

-558

160

Xiaoqian Xu

CN

12

-598

161

Antonio Guillamon Rubio

SP

11,5

-388

162

Hanneke Morel  

NL

11,5

-437

163

Savitckii Vitalii

RUS

11

-83

164

Michel van Damme

BEL

11

-156

165

Elena Savini

IT

11

-220

166

Yoshihiro Suzuki

JP

11

-256

167

Janco Onnink

NL

11

-280

168

Silke Bansemer

DLD

11

-302

169

Carlos Sanchez Martin

SP

11

-407

170

Kiyoko Yamamoto

JP

11

-531

171

Chris Janssen

NL

11

-640

172

Bo Lang

CH

11

-706

173

Jean Claude Ugo

FR

10,5

-401

174

Annabel di Domenico

FR

10

-173

175

Kenzo Tamakoshi

JP

10

-266

176

Ildikó Hargitai

HU

10

-351

177

Jean-Michel Morisse

FR

10

-423

178

Atsuo Otsuki

JP

10

-424

179

Masayuki Hirano

JP

10

-485

180

Elvira Kraxner 

AUT

10

-697

181

Albert de Bakker

NL

10

-708

182

Matteo Tenderini

IT

9,5

-546

183

Klára Takácsné Löwinger

HU

9

-280

184

Kilian Stöckemann

DLD

9

-349

185

Zeger de Jong

NL

9

-354

186

Adrie van Geffen

NL

9

-471

187

Ma Prem Sohana

NL

9

-481

188

John Kuijpers

NL

9

-603

189

Berry Heijn

NL

9

-821

190

Ryuko Yoshida

JP

8,5

-758

191

Elke Pünjer

DLD

8

-1024

192

Anneke Keyl

NL

7

-623

193

Sandor Takacs

HU

7

-663

194

David Aure

FR

7

-693

195

Wil Meijer-Kal

NL

7

-811

196

Anita Neve

NL

7

-885

197

Conny Scheffler

NL

7

-1028

198

Petra Elferink

NL

6,5

-847

199

Sébastien Berret

FR

6

-579

200

Andrea Torsani

IT

6

-678

201

Yvonne van der Heide

NL

6

-701

202

Lars Therkelsen

DEN

6

-945

203

Rui Machado

POR

6

-965

204

Florence Guerber   

FR

5

-602

205

Kazutoshi Miyake

JP

5

-681

206

Gyusi Argentiero

IT

5

-860

207

Irma Michiels

BEL

5

-1015

208

Franz Korntner

NL

2

-1325

COUNTRIES

1

China

85

3254

2

France

78

2565

3

Denmark

77

1766

4

Japan

71

1717

5

Italy

69

1852

6

Austria

66

1838

7

Germany

65

1131

8

Netherlands

63

814

9

Sweden

61

1111

10

Russia

54

549

11

Hungary

54

182

12

Belgium

42

44

13

Spain

41,5

-586

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