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Asian U20 Individual Championship – Sharjah – UAE – 2013

With 70  participants (34 boys, 36 girls) from 15 federations in the Boys section,  the Sharjah Chess Club is showing again its high professionalism in organizing this highly attractive event.

With 2 Grandmasters, 4 International masters, 6 Fide masters (Amr ElJawish and Ibrahim Chahrour are amoung them), and 2 Candidate Masters, the Juniors-Boys section contains all the necessary elements to provoke tough battles on all boards, as is shown in the players ‘starting list:

No.   Name FED Rtg
1 GM Salem A.R. Saleh UAE 2518
2 IM Debashis Das IND 2477
3 GM Grover Sahaj IND 2467
4 IM Narayanan Srinath IND 2440
5 FM Anurag Mhamal IND 2401
6 FM Tran Tuan Minh VIE 2310
7 FM Kowsarinia Amir IRI 2301
8 IM Iyti Basher SYR 2292
9   Saiyn Zhanat KAZ 2278
10   Mukashev Assan KAZ 2256
11 FM Hosseinipour Mehdi IRI 2251
12 IM Gameel Mohamed YEM 2217
13 FM El Jawich Amro LIB 2190
14   Sattarov Bobir UZB 2187
15   Ikramul Haque Siam BAN 2079
16   Abdel Rabb Raouf YEM 2036
17 CM Jaiswal Rupesh NEP 2014
18 FM Chahrour Ibrahim LIB 1974
19   Abo-Hazeem Mohanned JOR 1929
20   Walid Anwar UAE 1893
21   Sultan Ibrahim UAE 1886
22   Mayed Al-Rashedi UAE 1785
23   Abdulla Abdulwahab UAE 1773
24   Hamdan Marshool UAE 1756
25   Ali Rashid Ghanem UAE 1741
26   Sultan Marshool UAE 1736
27   Ahmed Fareed UAE 1725
28   Muhammed Shuaau MDV 1712
29 CM Al-Zaruoni Fahad UAE 1623
30   Abdulla Shaeri UAE 1609
31   Talal M. Alhammadi UAE 1596
32   Al Takravi Hesam Hesham PLE 0
33   Sarhan Ahmed UAE 0
34   Zhanbai Uulu Zhokhar KGZ 0

 

It is worth to mention that the Lebanese delegation is headed by the International Master Fadi Eid, giving Ibrahim and Amr all the necessary technical support.

Wishing to them all the good luck.

(I pray that my readers will excuse me for not covering the  Girls section due to lack of time).

The picture above was taken tonight during the opening ceremony on the board 1. As you notice, Ibrahim, playing Black,  is facing Salem AbdelRahman.

Opening

Round 1 of U-20 Asian Individual Championship 2013

A ferocious battle on Board 1 That at least what I can say after seeing the board 1 game between the Emirati top seeded player, the GM Salem Abdul Rahman, playing White against the Lebanese talented player, the FM Ibrahim Chahrour. As was expected, a King’s Indian Defense appeared on the board, when Salem adopted …

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Opening

Round 2 of U-20 Asian Individual Championship 2013

A nice win by Ibrahim and a tough battle by Amr It was a nice round, this 2nd round, for the Lebanese players. Ibrahim Chahrour, playing White against his Emirati opponent Fareed Ahmed, faced the French defense. The Steinitz variation adopted by his opponent put Ibrahim in the driving seat, especially that both kings were …

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Opening

Round 3 of Asian U-20 Individual Championship 2013

A ‘Bad morning’ round for the Lebanese players A 10 AM morning round on the schedule of a high level championship has always bad effects on the players’ performance. And this event is no exception. Amr El Jawich, playing White against the Indian IM  Das Debashis, rushed with 12 Nd5 ?! ( instead of playing …

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Round 4 of the Asian U-20 Individual Championship 2013

’2 rounds a day rule’ must be abolished Personnally, that is at least my opinion, especially with Fide events. Let all the games be approached and treated with the same conditions, as otherwise, the level of our noble game will decrease. Just go and scroll down the moves of this round 4 game played by …

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Opening

Round 5 of Asian U-20 Individual Championship 2013

Ibrahim won, Amro missed a win As we are now in the middle of the championship, it will be a good decision to reevaluate the players’ situation in the event and pushing to a higher degree their performance. Though Ibrahim and Amro played opponents having Elo ratings lower than theirs, it wasn’t an easy task. …

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Round 6 of Asian U-20 individual championship 2013

Ibrahim is on 50%, Amr didn’t play like Amr The English opening is a difficult one to crack, and if you succeeded, I would be after a long and tired battle. Amr ElJawich’s opponent, the Kyrgyzstani Zhokhar Zhanbai uulu, used it to resist Amr’ as aggressive moves. And he succeeded! Then later, after several exchanges, …

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Round 7 of the Asian U20 Individual Championship 2013

Just draws Although Amro and Ibrahim tried their most to squeeze something from their games against the lower rated opponents, splitting the point was the result. It seems that Amro ‘s opponent, the Emirati AbdulWahab Abdulla was well prepared for his game against his higher rated opponent. In an equal endgame, in order to shake …

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Round 8 of Asian U20 Individual Championship 2013

Amr won, Ibrahim threw away the point. It was supposed to be a 100 % easy round. And indeed, Amr El Jawich, playing with the black pieces against the Emirati Morshool Hamdan, profited from the artificial understanding of the Sicilian middle game phase of the later, and landed a tactical stroke, netting him a knight …

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Opening

Round 9 of U20 Asian Individual Championship 2013

Last round – A bright round And indeed it was. Amr and Ibrahim played side by side on boards 11 and 12 respectively, and both of them beat their opponents using the white pieces. Amr faced the Scandinavian Defense which was used by his Palestinian opponent Hussam AlTakrouri. The former dominated his opponent in the …

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