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November 16, 2009
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Sarah Chiang, Photo Elizabeth Vicary from the 9th US Chess School
After six rounds of the World Youth Championships held from November 11-23 in Antalya, Turkey, we have four players with 5/6: Tanuj Vasudeva in the Under 8 Open, Samritha Palakollu in the Girls Under 8, Sarah Chiang in the Girls Under 12 and Jarod Pamatmat in the Under 12 Open. There were two games today, November 16, but tomorrow is a rest day.  The US squad has a total of 94/150 possible points so far. Follow the action on chessdom and the official website. Also see Tanuj Vasudeva and Simone Liao's websites for their personal accounts.

Think all young attacking players go 1.e4? Play through Jarod Pamatmat's round two win against the Grunfeld for some evidence to the contrary!



US Squad points after six rounds

VASUDEVA TANUJ U-8 Open

5

ZENG WINSTON U-8 Open

4

LIN DACHEY U-10 Open

4.5

HE TOMMY U-10 Open

4.5

CHIANG JONATHAN U-10 Open

4

GUREVICH-GRIGORIEV DANIEL U-12 Open

3.5

PAMATMAT JAROD U-12 Open

5

KRISHNAN VARUN U-12 Open

3

SHEN ARTHUR U-12 Open

4

BROWN MICHAEL U-12 Open

3.5

ROZOVSKY DANIEL U-14 Open

4

ADELBERG DAVID U-14 Open

4

FINNEY STUART  U-14 Open

3.5

NG ANDREW U-16 Open

2.5

FM GETZ ALEC U-16 Open

3.5

VIGNA LIZA U-8 Girls

2

WANG ANNIE U-8 Girls

4

CHAWLA ALISHA U-8 Girls

2.5

PALAKOLLU SAMRITHA U-8 Girls

5

LIAO SIMONE U-10 Girls

3

WCM CHIANG SARAH U-12 Girls

5

MATLIN ANNA U-14 Girls

4

KATS ALENA U-14 Girls

4.5

ROBINSON DARRIAN U-16 Girls 

2.5

WFM MARSHALL ABBY U-18 Girls

3

 
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