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siow, weng nian
09-07-2010, 01:53 PM
The Asian Youth Chess Championship startis today in Beijing.

Australia has 4 representatives: 2009 NSW Junior Champion, Chen Pengyu, is playing in the U14 Open; 2009 NSW Girls Champion, Caroline Shan, is playing in the U14 Girls; ACT junior Jaime-Lee Guo is playing in the U10 Open; and NSW junior Grace Shan is playing in the U10 Girls.

You can follow the progress here:

U14 Open (http://chess-results.com/tnr35958.aspx?art=0&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000);
U14 Girls (http://chess-results.com/tnr35967.aspx?art=0&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000);
U10 Open (http://chess-results.com/tnr35960.aspx?art=0&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000);
U10 Girls (http://chess-results.com/tnr35965.aspx?art=0&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000).

siow, weng nian
09-07-2010, 07:23 PM
Report from Mirabelle Guo:

We complete our Rd 1 this afternoon. Rd 2 at 4pm here which is 6pm (Aust time). Rd 1 Jamie-Lee drew Vietnamese 1801 and all others lost.

12-07-2010, 06:03 PM
Luke Li (under 14) and Johnson Chen (under 10) are competing for New Zealand. Luke in particular is doing rather well!

siow, weng nian
13-07-2010, 10:11 PM
I assume everyone has been checking the results and if you have you would have noticed that 2009 NSW Junior Champion, Chen Pengyu, has been doing quite well in the U14 Open division. Up to Rd 6, he had 3.5/6. However, Chess-Results has not been updating and Mirabell Guo sent me this update:

Rd 7
Peng Yu drew against Chu Wei Chao UR China Total 4points
Caroline lost against Koggala W.S.T.D SRI Total 3 pts
Grace lost Ragchaabazar Khaliun-Erdene Mongolia Total 1 pt
Jamie-Lee won against Johnson Chen New Zealand Total 2.5pts

Rd 8
Peng Yu doing very well, won again- this time against Tan Jun Feng 1886 Total 5points out of 8
Caroline against Moradi Kimia IRI still playing
Grace against Phan Nguyen Ha Nhu Vietnam still playing
Jamie-Lee won against Malaysian Teh De Juan = total 3.5pts

Tomorrow morning 9am last round



So, Pengyu is now 5/8 going into the last round. Great effort. And Jaime-Lee Guo is doing fine with 3.5/8. Caroline is 3/7 into Rd 8.

PS. In the Trans-Tasman war, the honours is 1:1 as Pengyu lost to Luke Li while Jamie_Lee equalised the score by defeating Johnson Chen. :) :) :)

siow, weng nian
14-07-2010, 04:43 PM
I have just received the latest news from Mirabelle Guo on the final Round today.
Unfortunately all Australians lost in last round

Mirabelle Chess-Results is still to be updated. Yesterday, in Rd 8 Caroline Shan won her game in the Girls U14.

But still a good result for Chen Pengyu with 5/9. Caroline Shan is on 4/9. Jaime-Lee Guo is on 3.5/9 while Grace Shan is 1/9.