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Thursday, 11 Mar 2021 20:28
Abdyjapar and Zairbek win Kyrgyzstan championship

IM Asyl Abdyjapar and WFM Begimai Zairbek Kyzy are the 2021 Kyrgyzstan champions. The open and women's championships were held in the capital of Kyrgyzstan Bishkek from February 22 to March 5.

The rating-favourite of the competition Asyl Abdyzhapar (pictured below) won his fourth national title, scoring 7.5 points out of 9, with a slightly better tiebreak over the Aziz Degenbaev who finished with the same result. Semetey Tologontegin took bronze netting 7 points.

Final standings Open:

1. Abdyjapar Asyl (2394) – 7½
2. Degenbaev Aziz (1835) – 7½
3. Tologontegin Semetey (2378) – 7
4. Sapar Emelbek (2327) – 6½
5. Orozbaev Eldiar (2008) – 6½
6. Sezdbekov Ruslan (2229) – 6½
7. Zhakshylykov Erzhan (1966) – 6½
8. Mamatov Melis (2250) – 6
9. Imanaliev Talaibek (2332) – 6
10. Sezdbekov Arzybek (2052) – 6

The women's champion WFM Begimai Zairbek Kyzy (pictured below) put in a dominating performance and finished undefeated with 7.5 points. Alexandra Samaganova came second just a half-point behind the champion. Aizhan Alymbai Kyzy tied for third but got bronze thanks to better tiebreaks over Aliana Abaeva and Nurai Sovetbekova.

Final standings Women:

1. Zairbek Kyzy Begimai – 7½
2. Samaganova Alexandra – 7
3. Alymbai Kyzy Aizhan – 6
4. Abaeva Aiana – 6
5. Sovetbekova Nurai – 6
6. Omurbekova Diana – 5½
7. Sezdbekova Aizhan – 5½
8. Momunkulova Imannur – 5½
9. Zhunusbekova Aymonchok – 5
10 . Agalykova Angelina – 5