Federation chess players

Zhanat Saiyn

IM 2377 FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth:
1998

Place of residence:
Oral city

Title, current rating:
IM 2377

Title awarded in:
2014

Tournament achievements:

World Schools Chess 2015 champion

Ramazan Zhakmakhanov

FIDE Master (2271) FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth:
2002

Place of residence:
Almaty

Title, current rating:
FIDE Master (2271)

Tournament achievements:

Winner of Children’s Cup of Kazakhstan 2015

Asel Serikbay

WFM, 2093 FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth:
January 23, 2002

Place of birth
Kyzylorda city

FIDE Title, rating:
WFM, 2093

The title has been awarded:
2013

Tournament achievements:

3rd place on the Asian Youth  Championship on blitz U16, 2018
1-st place on the World School Individual Championship U15, Yasy, Romania, 2017
1-st  place on the Asian Youth Championship U16 years, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
The Champion of the Kazakhstan Championship U 20 and and U 16 years, 2017
2-nd place  on the Asian Youth  Championship on blitz U 14, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 2016

Nazerke Nurgali

Women’s Candidate Master (2050) FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth:
2004

Place of residence:
Kyzylorda

Title, current rating:
Women’s Candidate Master (2050)

Title awarded in:
2014

Tournament achievements:

2015 Asian schoolchildren Chess champion. Bronze winner of the Asian Youth Championship 2015 Girls under 10, Bronze winner of the World Schools Chess Championship 2015

Meruert Kamalidenova

WFM, 2003 FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth
August 3, 2005

Place of living
Astana city

FIDE Title, rating
WFM, 2003

Date of the title award:
2017

Tournament achievements:

The two-time champion of the Asian Youth chess in classic U14, Thailand, 2018
First place of the of the Asian Youth chess U12, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
First place rapid of the of the Asian Youth chess, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
Bronze in the Asian Youth chess in blitz, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2017
Second place in the championship among men in Astana, 2017
The champion of Kazakhstan in classics U12, 2017
The champion of Kazakhstan in rapid U 16, 2017
Bronze winner of the World Cup in classic U 11, Sochi, Russia, 2016
The champion of Kazakhstan in classics U10, 2015
Bronze winner of the World Cup in classic U9, Brazil, 2014
The third place rapid of the of the Asian Youth chess U8, Iran, 2013
Silver winner of the World Cup in blitz U8, Dubai, the UAE, 2013

Amina Kaiyrbekova

Women’s Candidate Master (1811) FIDE Chess Profile  

Date of birth:
2006

Place of residence:
Astana

Title, current rating:
Women’s Candidate Master (1811)

Title awarded in:
2014

Tournament achievements:

World and Asian schoolchildren’s 2015 Chess champion