World Youth Chess Championships 2013: Round 3 Print
Sunday, 22 December 2013 12:04
World Youth Chess Championships id

The UAE Chess Federation and Al Ain Chess Club, under the auspices of FIDE, organize the World Youth Chess Championships 2013 (Under 8, 10,12, 14, 16 and 18 years old – open and girls) from 17 (arrival) – 29 (departure) December 2013 in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

Three rounds have been played and Saturday will have the only double round of the event.

The organizers are preparing the Cultural Night for all participants of the World Youth Chess Championship on Tuesday, 24th December, and excursions to Dubai, Abu-Dhabi and Desert Safari on Wednesday, 25th December (Free day).

Results U18 boys / Results U18 girls / Results U16 boys / Results U16 girls / Results U14 boys / Results U14 girls / Results U12 boys / Results U12 girls / Results U10 boys / Results U10 girls / Results U8 boys / Results U8 girls

Games U14 boys / Games U14 girls / Games U12 boys / Games U12 girls / Games U10 boys / Games U10 girls / Games U8 boys / Games U8 girls

Official website


World Youth Chess Championships R3


FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov visited the playing hall of the World Youth Chess Championships 2013 where the 1st round has started.

1
FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and Sheikh Sultan Bin Khalifa Al-Nehyan, the President of the Asian Chess Federation are watching the game of the rising 7-year old chess star from Armenia


3



11
Presidents are viewing the game of Bibissara Assaubayeva from Kazakhstan, one of the most titled participants of the Championship, she was the winner in the U-8 category for two times


15



17



18



20



21
With the new President of Turkmenistan chess federation Orazly Annageldiyew


22



24



25
Making the symbolic first move


6
In the playing hall


10



13

Official website



 
banner_president_200
 banner ptwitter
banner_ratings_200
banner norway2014 195px
banner fidearena new
banner comm events
banner comm rules
banner comm pairings
banner_sportaccord2012
banner_fidecis195
banner_suggest
facebook twitter gplus rss
Banner
banner_video50
banner_bids50
© 2008 World Chess Federation   |  FIDE News RSS Feed   |   Powered by Turkish Chess Federation