World School Chess Championships – Round 5 Report

Porto Carras aerial viewAfter five round of play in the World School Chess Championships 2013 in Porto Carras, several players assumed pole positions in their respective sections with perfect scores.

Among the girls, Bagul Ezizova (Turkmenistan) in U7 and Anastasiya Protopopova (Russia) in U13 are standings on 5/5.

Among the boys, Diego Saul Flores Quillas (Peru) in U7, FM Tsvetan Stoyanov (Bulgaria) in U9 and Artem Trubchaninov (Russia) in U11 have been convincing so far.

Other sole leaders, but with 4,5/5 points each, are Denitza Dragieva (Bulgaria) in Girls17, Miradil Zeynalli (Azerbaijan) in Open15 and IM Muhammed Batuhan Dastan (Turkey) in Open17.

In Girls U9 WFM Bibissara Assaubayeva (Kazakhstan) and Malak Ismayil (Azerbaijan) are joint leaders with 4,5 points each.

In Girls U11 Aleksandra Maltsevskaya (Russia), WCM Sude Hereklioglu (Turkey) and Olga Badelka (Belarus) are sharing the lead with 4,5 points each.

In Girls U15 Hanna Krisztina Gal (Hungary) and Irina Drogovoz (Russia) are ahead of the chasing pack.

In Open U13 we have Valeriy Kazakovskiy (Belarus) and Dinar Abelguzin (Russia) standing on the top with 4,5 points each.

Replay the top games with analysis here and follow the links for the relevant standings after round 5.

Round six is starting at 16:00 local time.

Photo gallery of the day

Standings Open

Standings Open U7
Standings Open U9
Standings Open U11
Standings Open U13
Standings Open U15
Standings Open U17

Standings Girls

Standings Girls U7
Standings Girls U9
Standings Girls U11
Standings Girls U13
Standings Girls U15
Standings Girls U17


In the Alexander The Great Open WGM Irene Kharisma Sukandar is currently first with 4,5 points, following a draw with IM Masha Klinova. Replay the top six games.

Alexander the Great Open Standings

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