The World Chess Championship among 8-12-year-old children, held in Sharm El-Sheikh, has crossed the equator.
Idman.biz reports that Khagan Ahmed (U-12) scored the most points among the young athletes of Azerbaijan after 6 rounds.
On the last day of the game, he won against Andrei Negrean (Romania) and increased his score to 5. Ahmed is in third place, behind only second-place finisher Aaron Mendes (Canada) for additional metrics.
Pasham Alizada, who ranked 6th, is half a point behind his teammate.
Asnad Bakhshizada, who is in fourth place in U-10, has 4.5 points.