World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 finished in Spain Print
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World Cadet Chmp 2018


The World Cadet Chess Championships finished in Spain

The World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 were held in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, from 3rd of November to 15th of November 2018.

The Championships were held for the age groups U08, U10 and U12, Girls and Open. A record number of 851 participants from 86 federations took part in the Championships. There are 542 players in open section and 309 players in girls' section.

The final results

U08 Open
1 Chennareddy, Yuvraj USA 10.5
2 Azadaliyev, Jahandar AZE 9.0
3 Begmuratov, Khumoyun UZB 8.5

U08 Girls
1 Zhao, Yunqing CHN 9.5
2 Iudina, Veronika RUS 9.0
3 Qiao, Evelyn USA 8.5

U10 Open
1 Jin Yueheng CHN 9.0
2 Zhao, Erick USA 9.0
3 Volkov, Maksim RUS 8.5

U10 Girls
1 Edithso, Samantha INA 9.0
2 Shvedova, Alexandra RUS 8.5
3 Chen, Yining CHN 8.5

U12 Open
1 Gukesh D IND 10.0
2 Murzin, Volodar RUS 8.5
3 Chasin, Nico USA 8.5

U12 Girls
1 Savitha Shri B IND 10.0
2 Omonova, Umida UZB 9.5
3 Zavivaeva, Emilia RUS 8.0

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World Cadet Chess Championships 2018: Round 8


The 8th round of the FIDE World Cadets Chess Championships took place in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain on November 12. The championships are reaching their final stage and the fate of the medals will be decided in the last critical rounds.

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Yuvraj Chennareddy from the USA attained a perfect score and is the sole leader with 8/8 in U-08 Open category. Three players: Jahandar Azadaliyev from Uzbekistan, Lu Miaoyi from China and Chen Ryo from Japan are 1.5 points behind him.

Wiktoria Smietanska from Poland shares the lead with Veronika Iudina from Russia with 7/8 in U-08 Girls category. Zhao Yunqing from China has 6,5/8 and is in the third place.

Maksim Volkov from Russia, Jin Yueheng from China and Dang Anh Minh from Vietnam have 7/8 and share the first place in U-10 Open championship. Four players are just half a point behind them.

The current world rapid chess champion U-10 and the member of the national team, Samantha Edithso from Indonesia shares lead with Zhou Yafei from China in U-10 Girls Category. Alexandra Shvedova is half a point behind them.

The rating favorite D Gukesh from India leads with a perfect score 8/8 in U-12 Open Category and his nearest rivals Jason Wang from the USA, Volodar Murzin from Russia, Shen Shiyan from China and Han Yichen from the Netherlands are one and a half points behind.

Savitha Shri B from India is the sole leader with 7,5/8 in U-12 Girls category. Umida Omonova from Uzbekistan is in the second place with 7/8, while Julia Volovich from England is in the third place with 6.5/8.


All results are here www.wccc2018.com 

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World Cadet Chess Championships 2018: Round 3


The 3rd round of the FIDE World Cadets in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain was held on November 7. The round was supposed to be played on November 6 but it has been postponed due to bad weather conditions.

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The World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 are held in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, from 3rd of November (arrivals, technical meeting) to 16th of November 2018 (departures).

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All results are here www.wccc2018.com 

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World Cadet Chess Championships 2018: Round 2

The second round of the World Cadet Chess Championship U-8, U-10 and U-12 was played in Santiago de Compostela, Spain on November 5.

The World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 are held in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, from 3rd of November (arrivals, technical meeting) to 16th of November 2018 (departures).

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The Championships are held for the age groups U8, U10 and U12, Girls and Open.

A record number of 851 participants from 86 federations will be taking part in the Championships. There are 542 players in open section and 309 players in girls' section.

All results are here www.wccc2018.com

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The World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 started in Santiago de Compostela, Spain

The first round of the World Cadet Chess Championship started with the first symbolic move, made by Sports Director of the Galicia province Ms Martiño Noriega, Mayor of Santiago de Compostela Mr Martiño Noriega Sánchez and Sports Director of Galicia Marta Miguez in the presence of the President of the Spanish chess federation Javier Ochoa, FIDE Executive Board members Ozgur Solakoglu and Sainbayar Tserendorj on October 4th.

The technical meeting was held on the 3rd November at Cidade de Culture. The Chief Arbiter of the World Youth Championships Takis Nikolopoulos drew the attention of the players to some tournament regulations, anti-cheating measures and reminded them about the tournament schedule.

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The World Cadet Chess Championships 2018 are held in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain, from 3rd of November (arrivals, technical meeting) to 16th of November 2018 (departures).

The Championships are held for the age groups U8, U10 and U12, Girls and Open. The national champions of federations members of FIDE in each of the age groups are granted free accommodation by the Organizer.

A record number of 851 participants from 86 federations will be taking part in the Championships. There are 542 players in open section and 309 players in girls' section.

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The tournament will be played using the Swiss System with 11 rounds. The rate of play will be in accordance with the FIDE rules: 90 minutes for the first 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 seconds per move starting from move one. The default time is 30 minutes.

Three best Federations, by the ranking of medals collected in all categories, will receive a trophy. For first place the number of gold medals will be taken under consideration, if there is a tie, then the number of silver medals, if there is still a tie, then the number of bronze medals. If finally, this is still equal, then the total points of medalists will be taken for a tiebreak.

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Top three places in each tournament will be awarded cups and medals. Places 4th to 6th with medals. Two youngest participants in Open and Girls will receive gifts.

All players will be given certificates of participation.

Official website www.wccc2018.com

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