FIDE Master from Lviv got 10 points from 13 possible, winning 8 parties with four draws and one defeat. Second place was taken by Russian player Alina Bivol (9.5 points), which surpassed Zhansaia Abdumalyk from Kazakhstan (9.5 points) only by additional factors.
President of Ukraine congratulated Natallia Buksa via post on his Facebook page.
As it was reported before, city of Lviv pretends to host the title game of the next World Chess Championship. It was announced after the victory of another female chess player Mariia Muzychuk at the European Chess Championship held in April 2015.