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All India Chess Federation Wins TURF 2022 Best National Sports Federation of the Year Award

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

AICF bags Best National Sports Federation of the year award at TURF 2022 & India Sports Awards of FICCI; R B Ramesh adjudged Best Coach New Delhi (27 Nov 2022):- All India Chess Federation bagged the Award for the Best National Sports Federation of the year at the TURF 2022 & India Sports Awards by Federation … Continue reading All India Chess Federation Wins TURF 2022 Best National Sports Federation of the Year Award

Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib 41st National Women’s Chess Championship-2022

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

WFM Noshin Anjum of Bangladesh Navy grabbed solo lead in the points table with 7 points after 9th round games of the Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib 41st National Women’s Chess Championship-2022. The event is sponsored by Abul Khair Group and organised by Bangladesh Chess Federation at the Chess Federation Hall-Room, 2nd floor of the old … Continue reading Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib 41st National Women’s Chess Championship-2022

Harshavardhan and Bach Win Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

IM Harshavardhan G.B. of India and WIM Bach Ngoc Thuy Duong of Vietnam won the Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships, respectively, 17-26 November 2022 at the Knights Templar hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. In photo, Asian Chess Federation Executive Director Casto Abundo (left) awards the champion’s trophy and medal to Harshavardhan and runner-up Michael … Continue reading Harshavardhan and Bach Win Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships

Harshavardhan Full Point Ahead Before Last Round of Asian Juniors, Bach and Rakshitta in Joint Girls Lead

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

IM G.B. Harshavardhan of India beat upcoming Eric Labog, Jr of the Philippines to stay a full point ahead of the second running players after the penultimate round of the Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships at the Knights Templar Hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. Harshavardhan faces IM Sugar Gan-Erdene of Mongolia in tomorrow’s 9th … Continue reading Harshavardhan Full Point Ahead Before Last Round of Asian Juniors, Bach and Rakshitta in Joint Girls Lead

Harshavardhan Grabs Solo Lead in Homestretch of Asian Juniors, Bach and Rakshita Lead Girls

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

IM G.B. Harshavardhan of India beat compatriot Utsab Chatterjee to grab solo lead with 5.5 points after seven rounds of the Asian Juniors Chess Championship at the Knights Templar Hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. Filipino Eric Labog, Jr. beat FM Orozbaev Eldiar of Kyrgyzstan to trail in close second together with IM Sugar Gan Erdene … Continue reading Harshavardhan Grabs Solo Lead in Homestretch of Asian Juniors, Bach and Rakshita Lead Girls

Iranian Girl Grabs Solo Lead, 4-Way Tie in Asian Juniors

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

WFM Mitra Asgharzadeh of Iran beat erstwhile co-leader WIM Bach Ngoc Thuy Duong of Vietnam to grab solo lead with 5 points after 6 rounds of the Asian Girls Chess Championship at the Knights Templar Hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. Visit chess-results.com for round by round results and to download games. Watch live games at Chess24 … Continue reading Iranian Girl Grabs Solo Lead, 4-Way Tie in Asian Juniors

3-Way Tie in Asian Juniors, Two Tie in Asian Girls Championship

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

International Masters Saha Neelash and Harshavardhan G B of India and Gan-Erdene Sugar of Mongolia share the lead with 3.5 points after four rounds of the Asian Juniors Chess Championship at the Knights Templar Hotel in Tagaytay City. Visit chess-results.com for round by round standings and to download games. Watch live games at Chess24 for … Continue reading 3-Way Tie in Asian Juniors, Two Tie in Asian Girls Championship

Indian boys, Kazakhstan girls among leaders in Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

Seven players, five Indians and one each from Mongolia and the Philippines, share the lead after three rounds of the Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships at the Knights Templar hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. In photo are top seed IM Saha Nellash of India (left) and WIM Assel Serikbay of Kazakhstan (right). Visit chess-results.com … Continue reading Indian boys, Kazakhstan girls among leaders in Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championships

Favorites Win Opening Round of Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championship

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

Favorites won the opening round  as 18th seed Mark Jay Bacoho (1949) upset third seed IM Daniel Quizon (2420) in the Asian Juniors and Girls chess championship in standard time control at the Knights Templar hotel in Tagaytay City, Philippines. Visit chess-results.com. Watch live games of top boards in Chess 24 for juniors and girls. … Continue reading Favorites Win Opening Round of Asian Juniors and Girls Chess Championship

Concio, Zahedifar Win Asian Juniors and Girls Rapid Chess Championships

- Abundo 01 Jan, 1970

Filipino International Master Michael “Jako” Concio Jr. and Iranian WIM Anahita Zahedifar won the Asian Juniors and Girls Rapid Chess Championships, respectively. Concio was undefeated with 6.5 points in the 7-round Swiss while Zahedifar tied for first with Nazerke Nugarle of Kazakhstan at 5.5 points each. 31 boys and 18 girls from nine countries competed … Continue reading Concio, Zahedifar Win Asian Juniors and Girls Rapid Chess Championships