Korea, USA and China can be said to be qualified in both categories. If the junior Japanese player wins the 5th and last round he should make it too, since he has a high SOS (lost to China / Korea). But perhaps Mateusz from Poland can qualify since this morning he has defeated Singapore. He'd need to win, and get some unlikely losses by CN and KR to improve his SOS. In U18 things are a bit tougher. Pairings (which are fixed, do not depend on results) have not been published yet, but with 3 wins there are Japan, China and USA, and with 2 wins there are Canada, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore (last 2 with a low SOS). Unless strange results happen, it will be difficult for the current top 4 not to pass. Curtis from USA is the one with the lowest SOS.
jp - kr : 0-1
cn - tw : 1-0
us - ru : 1-0
sg - pl : 0-1
jp - kr : 0 - 1
sg - cn : 0 - 1
ru - us : 0 - 1
hu - tw : 0 - 1
cz - ca : 0 - 1
ua - th : 0 - 1
I am using Christoph Gerlach's MacMahon software to provide the standings (running under linux, with the 'wine' emulator), but it may be that the ties are not decided by SOS and SOSOS. The tournament system is defined by Ing rules and has subsidiary columns named SJH, BJH, SFH and BFH.
Oh, btw, today we got to know that the Chinese senior player is not 2 dan amateur, as written in the brochure, but 2 dan professional, and a member of the Chinese national team. Indeed, his style and attitude playing and commenting is not that of a mere amateur 2 dan.
PS : I won't make any more mistakes with the results. I've discovered that Gerlach's software includes a pairing export feature that I had not noticed. I am editing the exporting files with the vim editor.
PS #2 : Sorry that the standings are overlapping the posts frame making it difficult to read clearly. If some blogger.com user can give me hints on how to arrange it, I will appreciate it. Also on how to view the blog traffic.