The winners of East Asian Youth Chess Championship Print
Tuesday, 04 July 2017 07:36

East Asian Youth Chess Championship 2
All pictures by Orkhontuul Delger

Report by Jamie Kenmure


The 2nd East Asian Youth Chess Championship was held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from the 17th – 26th of June which incorporated the Rapid and Blitz of the same name.

The East Asian Youth Chess Championship is only for member federations of zone 3.3 and China. After 1 week of hard fought battles on the chess boards, the winners were declared.

Open 18 – FM Dambasuren Baturen (Mongolia)
Girls 18 – FM Ochirkhuya Ulziikhishigjargal (Mongolia)
Open 16 – CM Byambasuren Garidmagnai (Mongolia) – on tie break
Girls 16 – Thi Diem Quynh Tran (Vietnam)
Open 14 – Tsog-Ochir Tengis (Mongolia)
Girls 14 – WFM Ngoc Thuy Duong Bach (Vietnam)
Open 12 – Yesuntumur Tugstumur (Mongolia)
Girls 12 – Bui Thi Thanh Van Vu (Vietnam)
Open 10 – Huy Phuoc Bui (Vietnam)
Girls 10 – Gankhulug Khaliunaa (Mongolia)
Open 8 – Tran Gia Phuc Pham (Vietnam)
Girls 8 – Khuchbayar Yesugen (Mongolia)
Open 6 – Nghia Gia Binh Nguyen (Vietnam)
Girls 6 – Azjargal Chinzorigt (Mongolia)

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As you can see, Mongolia or Vietnam was the medal winners. Full result of all tournaments can be seen here:

Open: http://chess-results.com/tnr287729.aspx?lan=1&fed=VIE&turdet=YES&flag=30&wi=984

Girls: http://chess-results.com/tnr287737.aspx?lan=1&fed=VIE&turdet=YES&flag=30&wi=984 

Girls U/18 Rapid: http://chess-results.com/tnr288761.aspx?lan=1

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