Abdulla Gadimbayli and Govhar Beydullayeva win junior world championships

Junior World Championship – Open

Going into the final round, Adam Kozak of Hungary was 8.0/11 and half a point clear of new world champion Gadimbayli – and a draw in the final round would have been enough for Kozak to win the title. But the Hungarian faltered just before the finish line when he failed to salvage a worse but tenable end against India’s Leon Luke Mendonca.

Results of the 11th and final round

Final standings after 11 rounds

…120 players

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Junior Girls World Championship

Things were much clearer in the “Girls” section where WGM Govhar Beydullayeva started with 8.5/10. And although she lost the final round, she still won the tournament in a tiebreaker.

WGM Govhar Beydullayeva of Azerbaijan (born 2003) is the new Junior World Champion

Results of the 11th and final round

Final standings after 11 rounds


1 Beydullayeva Govhar 8.5
2 Serikbay Assel 8.5
3 Kamalidenova Meruert 8
4 Ourh Zala 8
5 Jarocka Liwia 8
6 Kurmangaliyeva Liya 8
seven Schulze Lara 7.5
8 Salimova Nourgyul seven
9 Hrebenshchykova Yelyzaveta seven
ten Hadjiyeva Laman seven
11 Rudzinska Michalina seven
12 Mkrtchyan Mariam 6.5
13 Ouellet Maili-Jade 6.5
14 Jana Schneider 6.5
15 Nurgali Nazerke 6.5
16 Kanyamarala Trisha 6.5
17 Altantuya Boldbaatar 6.5
18 Vanduyfhuys Daria 6.5
19 Goltseva Ekaterina 6
20 Malika Maria 6
21 Bucur Denisa-Andreea 6
22 Kucharska Honorata 6
23 Koubova Anna Marie 6
24 Bashylina Luisa 6
25 Aubert Estee 6
26 Pipia Ekaterine 6
27 Gomez BarreraJaviera Belen 6
28 Aydin Gulenay 6
29 Cassi Elisa 6
30 Walter Emma 5.5
31 Gombocz Zsofia 5.5
32 Malikova Marjona 5.5
33 Sebastien Mhage Gerriahlou 5.5
34 Levitan Ronit 5.5
35 Andrea Ruiz Villalba 5.5
36 Norlamo Sarabelle 5.5

… 66 attendees

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