Aram Hakobyan Named World Youth Chess Champ

Aam Hakobyan (center) after being named 2013 World Youth Chess Champ

Aram Hakobyan of Armenia has won the World Champion’s title in the 2013 World Youth Chess Championship held in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.

Without any defeat in the 11 rounds, the sportsman scored 9.5 in the uder 12 section competitions.
Twenty-eight young sportsmen represented Armenia in the championship. Hovhannes Gabuzyan playing in the U18 group is a candidate of gold medal.

Aram Hakobyan Named World Youth Chess Champ Aram Hakobyan of Armenia has won the World Champion’s title in the 2013 World Youth Chess Championship held in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Without any defeat in the 11 rounds, the sportsman scored 9.5 in the uder 12 section competitions.
Twenty-eight young sportsmen represented Armenia in the championship. Hovhannes Gabuzyan playing in the U18 group is a candidate of gold medal.

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  1. Eda said:

    Dear Aram: Congratulations and always thank Lord Christ who gave you all that talent. All the talents we have are gifts from God

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