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October 22, 2010
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Samritha Palakollu, Photo Gene Ng

After two rounds at the World Youth Championship (Halkidiki, Greece, October 19-31), 11 U.S. representatives are on perfect 2-0s including last year's silver medallist in the Girls Under 8 section, Samritha Palakollu. Of course, this is very early in the 11-round tournament, and our entire squad is still in the running. Check out wins from three of our perfect scores so far:







Remember that you can watch selected live games on the official website (where you can also view photos and watch video) each morning at 9 AM EST (October 25th is a rest day.) You can also follow the results of the US team and the entire tournament on chessresults.com. Good luck in the rounds to come!

US  Team Results after Two Rounds

U8 Girls  
Annie Wang -2
Kaavya Ramesh-1
Emily Nguyen-1
Joanna Liu-1
U10 Girls   

Samritha Palakollu-2
Devina Devagharan -1.5
Reve Singh-1
Nicole Zlotchevsky-1
U12 Girls  

Simone Liao -1
Alice Dong-.5
Apurva Virkud-.5
Mariya Oreshko-1
Margaret Hua-2
U14 Girls   

Sarah Chiang -1
Jessica Regam-1.5
Claudia Munoz-1.5
U16 Girls  

Anna Matlin-1
U18 Girls  

Anjali Datta -1
U8 Boys  

Aravind Kumar-1
Awonder Liang-2
Rayan Taghizadeh-1.5
Praveen Balakrishnan-2
U10 Boys 

Samuel Sevian -2
Tommy He-1
Jeffery Xiong-2
Jonathan Chiang-1.5
Vignesh Panchanatham-1
Cameron Wheeler-2
U12 Boys  

Kayden Troff  -2
Christopher Wu-1
Joshua Colas-1.5
Kapil Chandran-1.5
Dachey Lin-1
Justus Williams-1
Kesav Viswanadha-.5
Allan Beilin-.5
U14 Boys  

David Adelberg-1.5
Atulya Shetty-2
U18 Boys  

Steve Zierk-2
Jeffrey Haskel-1

 
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