Sanan Sjugirov of Russia was equal first at the world junior but lost on tie break. He played a couple of nice endgames, the first of which I will show today. Opposite coloured bishops can often give the endgame a drawish character, but here (see main illustration) White is effectively a king up. Can you see how he forced the win? Answer below. There was an English success at the World Chess Junior as Anya Corke scored 8.5/13 in the girls section. A Corke (2257) – C Forestier (2103). Dutch Defence …

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