Azerbaijani female chess player grabs sole lead at World Junior U20 Championship 2024 in India

  06 June 2024    Read: 587
Azerbaijani female chess player grabs sole lead at World Junior U20 Championship 2024 in India

Azerbaijani female chess player Narmin Abdinova took down Kazakh Liya Kurmangaliyeva to grab the sole lead after four rounds in the FIDE World Junior Chess Championships U20 taking place in Gandhinagar Gujarat, India.

Sabina Rzali and Ayan Allahverdiyeva concluded the R4 with a win and draw, respectively.

The FIDE World Junior Chess Championships U20 is an eleven-round Swiss tournament, with the time control of 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with a 30-second increment from move one.

The competition is featuring almost 230 players from 44 countries. The open section has 125 players, including 13 Grandmasters, while in the girls’ section 101 players from 27 countries are competing.


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