Frederik Svane leads at World Junior Championship

by André Schulz
10/18/2022 – After six of eleven rounds, Frederik Svane leads the field in the Junior World Championship. The only German player in the open has the best tiebreak in a group of four players with 5.0/6. | Photo: Tournament page

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In the top matches of round 6 Dominik Horvath from Austria drew against Andrey Esipenko, the number one seed. Svane won a complicated game against the Bulgarian Momchil Petkov.

 

After the rest day on Monday Svane will play Adam Kozak in round seven. The other two players with five points, Nikolozi Kacharav and Dambasuren Batsuren will play against each other.

Standings after 6 rounds

Rk. Snr     Name Country Elo Pts.  Tb1   Tb2   Tb3  w rtg+/-
1 3
 
GM Svane Frederik GER 2566 5 0 20,5 23,5 5 11,5
2 15
 
IM Kacharava Nikolozi GEO 2512 5 0 20 22,5 5 15,6
3 14
 
GM Kozak Adam HUN 2516 5 0 20 22,5 4 11,8
4 11
 
GM Batsuren Dambasuren MGL 2522 5 0 19,5 23 5 11
5 18
 
IM Gadimbayli Abdulla AZE 2499 4,5 0 21 24,5 4,5 11
6 52
 
FM Isik Alparslan TUR 2377 4,5 0 21 23 4,5 37,6
7 1
 
GM Esipenko Andrey FID 2668 4,5 0 20 23,5 4,5 -1,1
8 9
 
GM Sonis Francesco ITA 2531 4,5 0 19,5 22,5 4,5 6,5
9 6
 
GM Ivic Velimir SRB 2553 4,5 0 19,5 22 4,5 3,7
10 17
 
IM Horvath Dominik AUT 2505 4,5 0 19 22 4,5 7,7
11 5
 
IM Murzin Volodar FID 2557 4 0 21,5 23,5 4 0,7
12 22
 
IM Samunenkov Ihor UKR 2473 4 0 20,5 23 4 6,4
13 29
 
IM Stoyanov Tsvetan BUL 2449 4 0 19 21,5 4 9,4
14 26
 
IM Kosakowski Jakub POL 2465 4 0 19 21,5 3 2,5
15 40
 
FM Droin Augustin FRA 2416 4 0 19 21 4 7,9
16 35
 
FM Ghimpu Samuel-Timotei ROU 2434 4 0 19 21 4 9,9
  41
 
FM Sokolovsky Yahli ISR 2416 4 0 19 21 4 9,9
18 2
 
GM Nesterov Arseniy FID 2567 4 0 18,5 20,5 4 -4,2
19 23
 
IM Gorshtein Ido ISR 2471 4 0 18 20,5 4 -1,8
20 16
 
GM Petkov Momchil BUL 2511 4 0 18 20 4 0
  48
 
FM Peyrer Konstantin AUT 2402 4 0 18 20 4 6,2
22 4
 
GM Mendonca Leon Luke IND 2558 4 0 18 19,5 4 -3,3
23 25
 
IM Nogerbek Kazybek KAZ 2467 4 0 17,5 19,5 4 -0,5
  66
 
IM Manish Anto Cristiano F IND 2332 4 0 17,5 19,5 4 35,6
25 43
 
IM Milikow Yoav ISR 2412 4 0 17,5 19,5 4 6
26 60
 
FM Jakab Bela SVK 2353 4 0 17,5 17,5 4 27,2
27 27
 
IM Prraneeth Vuppala IND 2451 4 0 17 19,5 4 4
28 47
 
FM Bournel Antoine FRA 2402 4 0 17 18,5 4 5,6
29 19
 
GM Blohberger Felix AUT 2493 4 0 16,5 18,5 4 -1,9
30 12
 
IM Seo Jung Min SWE 2520 4 0 16,5 18,5 4 -1,4
31 59
 
FM Yaniv Yuval ISR 2359 4 0 16,5 17 4 16,8
32 24
 
IM Stefansson Vignir Vatnar ISL 2471 3,5 0 21 24 3,5 0,8

...120 participants

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World Junior Championships Girls

With 5.5/6 Govhar Beydullayeva from Azerbaijan is sole first in the "Girls" group of the World Junior Championship. Half a point behind follow three players with 5.0/6 each, among them Nurgyul Salimova from Bulgaria.

Zhu Jhiner, the world's best female junior, starts in the open group, where she is 38th with 3.5/6.

Standings after 6 rounds

Rk. Snr     Name Country Elo Pts.  Tb1   Tb2  K rtg+/-
1 4
 
WGM Beydullayeva Govhar AZE 2356 5,5 0 19 20 25,8
2 2
 
WIM Kamalidenova Meruert KAZ 2376 5 0 20 10 8,5
3 1
 
IM Salimova Nurgyul BUL 2415 5 0 20 10 3
4 16
 
WIM Serikbay Assel KAZ 2181 5 0 18,5 20 32,2
5 13
 
WIM Urh Zala SLO 2221 4,5 0 18 20 18,4
6 5
 
WGM Schneider Jana GER 2331 4,5 0 17 20 1,2
7 15
 
FM Kurmangaliyeva Liya KAZ 2199 4,5 0 13,5 20 4,4
8 9
 
  Hrebenshchykova Yelyzaveta UKR 2268 4 0 21 40 10,8
9 18
 
WGM Ouellet Maili-Jade CAN 2177 4 0 21 20 21
10 7
 
WGM Priyanka Nutakki IND 2326 4 0 20,5 20 -6,2
11 10
 
FM Schulze Lara GER 2266 4 0 19 20 4,6
12 11
 
WFM Rudzinska Michalina POL 2259 4 0 17,5 20 -10,6
13 20
 
WIM Nurgali Nazerke KAZ 2169 4 0 17,5 20 17,6
14 3
 
WIM Mkrtchyan Mariam ARM 2374 4 0 17 20 -21,6
15 17
 
WFM Kucharska Honorata POL 2179 4 0 17 20 10,6
16 29
 
WFM Vanduyfhuys Daria BEL 2073 4 0 16 20 19
17 12
 
WFM Altantuya Boldbaatar MGL 2223 4 0 15 20 -20
18 21
 
WFM Hajiyeva Laman AZE 2138 4 0 13 20 -23,2
19 8
 
FM Goltseva Ekaterina FID 2300 3,5 0 22,5 20 -2,8

... 66 participants

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