19 ноября 2012 18:00

Chess: Kazakhstan's Zhansaya Abdumalik won silver at World Championship

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Zhansaya Abdumalik. ©Vladimir Dmitriyev Zhansaya Abdumalik. ©Vladimir Dmitriyev

Kazakhstan chess-player Zhansaya Abdumalik won a silver medal in her U-12 Girls category at the World Youth Championship that was held in Slovenia, Vesti.kz reports. The young Kazakhstan citizen had excellent changes of winning gold at the World Championship untill the last moment. She could have won the gold if she had won over India’s Riya Savant and if another more India’s chess player R. Vaishali had lost her game. However, Vaishali tied with China’s Yuan Ye and Abdumalik failed to win over Savant. As the result, Vaishali, who scored 9 points, became the World Champion and Abdumalik, who scored 8.5 points won a silver medal. Kazakhstan chess player was ahead of Riya Savant, Yuan Ye and Russia’s Aleksandra Obolontseva by additional parameters.


Kazakhstan chess-player Zhansaya Abdumalik won a silver medal in her U-12 Girls category at the World Youth Championship that was held in Slovenia, Vesti.kz reports. The young Kazakhstan citizen had excellent changes of winning gold at the World Championship untill the last moment. She could have won the gold if she had won over India’s Riya Savant and if another more India’s chess player R. Vaishali had lost her game. However, Vaishali tied with China’s Yuan Ye and Abdumalik failed to win over Savant. As the result, Vaishali, who scored 9 points, became the World Champion and Abdumalik, who scored 8.5 points won a silver medal. Kazakhstan chess player was ahead of Riya Savant, Yuan Ye and Russia’s Aleksandra Obolontseva by additional parameters.
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