2015

FIDE World Youth & Cadets Championship 2015 – Round 9

Porto Carras Olympic Hall

Porto Carras Olympic Hall

The FIDE World Youth & Cadets Championship 2015 continued with round 9 here in Porto Carras, Halkidiki.

Mosadeghpour Masoud resumed the winning row in the Open U18 to reach 8,5 points and extend the lead to a full point ahead of GM Alekseenko Kirill.

WFM Mahalakshmi M won another game in the Girls U18 section to maintain a full point margin ahead of the group of followers.

Agmanov Zhandos from Kazakhstan defeated the long-time leader in Open U16, FM Fawzy Adham, to overtake the top position with 7,5 points. A large group follows only half a point behind.

In Girls U16 WFM Sieber Fiona (2180) from Germany and WFM Kiolbasa Oliwia (2182) from Poland share the first place with 7,5 points each, after making a draw in the direct encounter of the 9th round.

In the Open U14 there is again a tie for the first place as Vokhidov Shamsiddin caught up with FM Esipenko Andrey on 7,5 points each. In Girls U14 WFM Vaishali R from India maintained the lead with the same number of points.

The top seed and long-time leader in Open U12, FM Abdusattorov Nodirbek, was defeated and now a group consisting of Firouzja Alireza, CM Nihal Sarin and Andrew Z Hong shares the first place with 7,5 points each.

In Girls U12 WFM Salimova Nurgyul won another game to preserve half a point lead ahead of the rest of the field.

In the Open U10 Oglaza Oskar singled out on the top after defeating the earlier co-leader Wang Justin. In the respective Girls section Song Yuxin scored another victory and is now alone on the top of the rankings.

Bharath Subramaniyam H is still the leader in the Open U8 section, while among the Girls there has been a change on the top as now Ivanova Dilyana and Wei Yaqing share the first place with 7,5 points each.

Title norms after the completion of the 9th round

Replay the games
Open U18Open U16Open U14Open U12Open U10Girls U18Girls U16Girls U14Girls U12Girls U10

Results of round 9
Open U18Open U16Open U14Open U12Open U10 / Open U08 / Girls U18Girls U16Girls U14Girls U12Girls U10 / Girls U08

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