Six rounds have already been played at the European Junior Grand Prix of Chess in Jermuk.
15-year-old Ukrainian chess player Kirill Shevchenko is leading the tournament table with 5.5 points, who won our compatriot from Russia Stefan Pogosyan.
Armenia’s chess players Shant Sargsyan and Aram Hakobyan have half a point less than the leader. In this round, they defeated Norway’s Tor Frederick Kaasen and Georgia’s Nikolozi Kacharava.
In the 7th round today, Kirill Shevchenko will compete with Russian Arseniy Nesterov, who is in the 4th place with 4.5 points. Shant Sargsyan will compete with Belarusian Vyacheslav Zarubitsky and Aram Hakobyan will compete …read more