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August 6, 2010
After seven rounds of the 2010 Pan American Youth Championship in Bento Gonçalves, Brazil (August 1-8), many of our players are in contention for first place and other medals, including Tommy He and Jonathan Chiang in the Boys Under 10, Justus Williams in the Boys Under 12, Evan Xiang in Girls Under 12 and Dai Yang in Girls Under 18. Results are on chessresults.com and games are on the tournament blog.

Look for a full wrap-up after the event. Good luck to the US team in the final two rounds!

US team standings after 7 rounds (only six rounds for a few of the players as indicated-will be updated when results come in.)

Open Under 10
Tommy He    6/7
Jonathan Chiang 6/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com

Girls Under 10
Hannah Liu- 4.5/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Open Under 12
Justus Williams- 5/6
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Girls Under 12
Evan Xiang- 6/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Open Under 14
John Hughes- 4.5/7
Sarah Chiang -4/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Girls Under 14
Ellen Xiang-5/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Open Under 16
Adarsh Jayakumar-4.5/6
Stuart Finney and Christopher Hueng- 3.5/6
Full crosstable on chessresults.com
Girls Under 18
Dai Yang- 5.5/7
Full crosstable on chessresults.com

August - Chess Life Online 2010

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