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TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
World Junior Championship (Girls) Tournament

Ioana Miller6/13(+4 -5 =4)[games]
Nataliya Buksa10/13(+8 -1 =4)[games]
Alina Bivol9.5/13(+9 -3 =1)[games]
Zhansaya Abdumalik9.5/13(+8 -2 =3)[games]
Dinara Saduakassova9/13(+7 -2 =4)[games]
Nastassia Ziaziulkina9/13(+6 -1 =6)[games]
Dorsa Derakhshani8.5/13(+6 -2 =5)[games]
Gunay Mammadzada8/13(+6 -3 =4)[games]
Alexandra Makarenko8/13(+6 -3 =4)[games]
Ulviyya Hasil Fataliyeva8/13(+7 -4 =2)[games]
Susanna Gaboyan7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Thi Thuy Trien Nguyen7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Irina Drogovoz7.5/13(+7 -5 =1)[games]
Andreea-Cristiana Navrotescu7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Sabina Ibrahimova7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Nino Khomeriki7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Filiz Osmanodja7.5/13(+7 -5 =1)[games]
Aytan Amrayeva7.5/13(+6 -4 =3)[games]
Paula Andrea Rodriguez Rueda7/13(+5 -4 =4)[games]
Medina Warda Aulia7/13(+6 -5 =2)[games]
J Saranya7/13(+6 -5 =2)[games]
Julianna Terbe6.5/13(+6 -6 =1)[games]
P Michelle Catherina6.5/13(+3 -3 =7)[games]
Natallia Kusenkova6.5/13(+5 -5 =3)[games]
Bibisara Assaubayeva6.5/13(+6 -6 =1)[games]
Mariola Wozniak6.5/13(+4 -4 =5)[games]
Karina Ivanova6.5/13(+3 -3 =7)[games]
G K Monnisha6.5/13(+4 -4 =5)[games]
Vlada Sviridova6/13(+3 -4 =6)[games]
* (48 players total; 19 players not shown. Click here for longer list.)

Chessgames.com Chess Event Description
World Junior Championship (Girls) (2015)

Played in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, 2-15 September 2015. Nataliya Buksa won with 10/13, ahead of Alina Bivol and Zhansaya Abdumalik (9.5/13). By doing so, she received a direct award of the WGM title and also qualified to play in the Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2017).

Official site: http://wjcc2015.fide.com/standings/... Crosstable: http://www.chess-results.com/tnr185...

Previous edition: World Junior Championship (Girls) (2014). Next: World Junior Championship (Girls) (2016). For the Open section, see World Junior Championship (2015).

 page 1 of 13; games 1-25 of 312  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. A C Navrotescu vs M Vasova  ½-½412015World Junior Championship (Girls)D18 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav, Dutch
2. S Gaboyan vs U Fataliyeva  1-0472015World Junior Championship (Girls)C00 French Defense
3. N Khomeriki vs A B Hoare  1-0342015World Junior Championship (Girls)A06 Reti Opening
4. C Leonardi vs B Bayarmaa 1-0632015World Junior Championship (Girls)E76 King's Indian, Four Pawns Attack
5. J Bengtsson vs P Michelle Catherina  0-1502015World Junior Championship (Girls)C60 Ruy Lopez
6. I Drogovoz vs Anysia Thomas  1-0512015World Junior Championship (Girls)D85 Grunfeld
7. A Sazonova vs D Derakhshani  ½-½492015World Junior Championship (Girls)E11 Bogo-Indian Defense
8. B Assaubayeva vs G K Monnisha  0-1412015World Junior Championship (Girls)D44 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
9. N Badamkhand vs J Terbe  1-0432015World Junior Championship (Girls)D10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
10. A Makarenko vs Thi Thuy Trien Nguyen  0-1572015World Junior Championship (Girls)B01 Scandinavian
11. M Drogovoz vs D Movileanu  0-1552015World Junior Championship (Girls)B91 Sicilian, Najdorf, Zagreb (Fianchetto) Variation
12. S Ibrahimova vs A Barbier  1-0262015World Junior Championship (Girls)C64 Ruy Lopez, Classical
13. L Garifullina vs I Utiatskaja  1-0632015World Junior Championship (Girls)B98 Sicilian, Najdorf
14. Nataliya Buksa vs M Voskresenskaya 1-0352015World Junior Championship (Girls)A07 King's Indian Attack
15. F Osmanodja vs J Milosevic  0-1502015World Junior Championship (Girls)C41 Philidor Defense
16. V Sviridova vs A Bivol  ½-½612015World Junior Championship (Girls)E11 Bogo-Indian Defense
17. M Aulia vs K Ivanova 0-1562015World Junior Championship (Girls)B18 Caro-Kann, Classical
18. Paula Paredes Bustamante vs D Saduakassova  1-0352015World Junior Championship (Girls)B40 Sicilian
19. N Ziaziulkina vs N Kusenkova  1-0482015World Junior Championship (Girls)C80 Ruy Lopez, Open
20. A Amrayeva vs Z Abdumalik  0-1452015World Junior Championship (Girls)A22 English
21. S Musaeva vs M Wozniak  0-1562015World Junior Championship (Girls)B90 Sicilian, Najdorf
22. P Rodriguez Rueda vs J Saranya 1-0602015World Junior Championship (Girls)E85 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox Variation
23. Ioana Miller vs G Mammadzada  0-1492015World Junior Championship (Girls)B87 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin with ...a6 and ...b5
24. B Pratyusha vs Z Lingur  1-0492015World Junior Championship (Girls)E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
25. M Wozniak vs P Rodriguez Rueda  ½-½522015World Junior Championship (Girls)B92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation
 page 1 of 13; games 1-25 of 312  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-04-15  Kyudaime: Official site: http://wjcc2015.fide.com/
Sep-04-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  Penguincw: chess-results site: http://chess-results.com/tnr185842.....
Sep-05-15  waustad: Here is one player, not in this who will be heard from soon. I'd never heard of her until I saw her rating: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?...

Davaademberel Nomin-Erdene (please forgive me if I got the order wrong, I don't speak Mongolian) has applied for an IM title and has picked up over 130 elo in the last 2 months. Her rating now is higher than anybody playing in this tournament and she's 15.

Sep-05-15  fisayo123: Zhansaya Abdumalik is the best player here.
Sep-05-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: <waustad> Here's the ChessBase article about August 2015 rating lists, in which she is mentioned: http://en.chessbase.com/post/august...

"In January 2014, Mongolian player Nomin-Erdene Davaademberel, 13 years old, was rated a very modest 1834, certainly not worth noting. Sure, she had won the Asian u10 championship in 2010, but since nothing that stood out had materialized since then there was no reason to have any particular expectations at this point. After being inactive for over six months, her rating began to take off event after event and by October 2014 she was already 2107, until the Elo explosion in which she leapt from 2107 to 2314 the next months, for a 207 Elo gain. Playing every single month her rating fluctuated considerably as she gained 40 Elo in some events, lost it in others, and by June this year was at 2303. Now, after a month's rest, rethinking or regrouping, she experienced another boom and has gained 125 Elo, taking it to a very impressive 2428. This also ranks her world no.52 among all female players."

Sep-05-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: Strangely, she didn't even take part in the Under-16 Chess Olympiad in Mongolia ended just a week ago
Sep-07-15  Bruce Graham: Zhansaya Abdumalik is tearing up the field. 6-0 thus far.
Sep-08-15  paavoh: <Zhansaya Abdumalik is tearing up the field. 6-0 thus far.> And her games are getting shorter and shorter.
Sep-08-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: It seems nobody is caring about this tournament. Zhansaya Abdumalik is leading after 7 rounds with 7/7.
Sep-08-15  schweigzwang: I was following the top board game for a bit this morning on Chess24 ... before I had to go to work.
Sep-08-15  waustad: <sonia91> Thanks for the information. With a k value of 20 her rating is still fairly volatile, but not as bad as when it is 40. She needs a recognizable nickname like Chimi.
Sep-09-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  mike1: both ladies from KAZ are playing each other today at board# 1(round8). Maybe the first draw for the killer Chimi?
Sep-09-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  sonia91: <mike1> 'Chimi' isn't Abdumalik, but Tuvshintugs Batchimeg, from Mongolia like the new rising star Nomin-Erdene Davaademberel

Tomorrow Abdumalik will face Dinara Saduakassova. There is a third girl from Kazakhstan: 11-year-old Bibissara Assaubayeva, currently the youngest in the FIDE Top 100 Girls rating list.

Sep-11-15  waustad: Thank you <sonia>. I didn't have to do the search you just did to correct the misconception.
Sep-11-15  waustad: Naming conventions vary a lot even among the small portion of humanity that is of European ancestry. We're bound to get names wrong, but should always remember to try to respect others preferences when we know better. I remember hearing a Swede pronouncing Ingmar Bergman with hard 'g's. I asked her why and she said that otherwise the listener wouldn't know who she meant. I suspect that Yasser Seirawan often knows better but pronounces the name so that people who don't will recognize what he's saying.
Sep-13-15  notyetagm: Wow, Abdumalik started <7/7> but just lost her 2nd consecutive game in Round 11.
Sep-15-15  schweigzwang: Direct WGM title for the winner, Buksa?
Sep-15-15  waustad: I would say yes after reading this: http://www.fide.com/component/handb...
Sep-24-15
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: were there any Americans in either the girls or boys tournament? I didn't see any mentioned in the chessbase article.
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