2017 Match of the Millennials

Match of the Millennials - Day 4 Recap

The World team completely dominated the Match of the Millennials with a 30.5-17.5 score. Not only did the U.S. team not win any matches, but they lost every single match in the U14 section.

Match of the Millennials - Day 3 Recap

Day three of the Match of the Millennials saw the complete obliteration of the U.S. team. Out of the twelve games, the Americans were able to only score 1.5 points. As usual, the members of the World team were very well prepared and mentally strong, as they didn’t let their guard down even with a commanding lead.

Match of the Millennials - Day 2 Recap

After a hard fought twelve games, the World team extended its lead over the U.S. team by two points. For the first time, the U17 U.S. team lost even though they outrate their opponents by quite a bit. In the U14 section, the U.S. team managed to hold the World team to a tie after Carissa Yip’s marathon game yet again, which she managed to win.

2017 Match of the Millennials - Day 1 Recap

Day one of the Match of the Millennials is in the books and it looks like it is going to be a close match! In the under 17 section, after two rounds, the score is 4-4.In the under 14 section, after one round, the World team leads by a full point with 2.5-1.5.

Regulations

The 2017 Match of the Millennials is a team event with 9 U.S.A. players competing against 9 World players in two section, U17 and U14. 

Match of the Millennials Announces U.S. and World Team Delegations

ST. LOUIS, July 24, 2017 - The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL), in cooperation with the Kasparov Chess Foundation (KCF), U.S. Chess Federation, World Chess Federation (FIDE) and FIDE Trainers’ Commission are proud to announce the U.S. and World Team players for the Match of the Millennials. Hosted at the CCSCSL from July 26th through the 29th, nine American players will face the nine best juniors from around the world.

Nodirbek Abdusattorov

Title: 
International Master
Rating: 
2467
Residence: 
Uzbekistan
Age: 
13
Status: 
Accepted
Bio: 

Nodirbek is an International Master from Uzbekistan. He will be competing int he U14 section. 

Bibisara Assaubayeva

Title: 
Women's FIDE Master
Rating: 
2386
Residence: 
Russia
Age: 
13
Status: 
Accepted
Bio: 

Bibisara is a Woman FIDE Master from Russia. She will be competing in the U14 section. 

Nurgyul Salimova

Title: 
Women's FIDE Master
Rating: 
2332
Residence: 
Bulgaria
Age: 
14
Status: 
Accepted
Bio: 

Nurgyul is a Woman FIDE Master and will be competing in the U14 section. 

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