Nazi Paikidze Celebrated Her 18th Birthday

Время публикации: 29.10.2011 00:18 | Последнее обновление: 29.10.2011 00:31

We've already reported that Georgia Women's Team (as well as Men's team) is training for the European Team Chess Championship near the location of the tournament - Greece. 

Yesterday Georgian chess players congratulated the debutante of the national team Nazi Paikidze with her birthday.

Digit 18 in only 2 candles.

Nana Aleksandria is also taking part.

And the captain of Georgia Men's Team Gia Giorgadze.


  


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