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- October 19, 2017
Enamul Hossain Razib earned 2.5 points following the third round to be placed jointly at second, along with Yue Wang, Sasikiran and Dao Diyan Hai
Ziaur beat Abirama Srinithi of India while Razib beat Klavansky Aron of South Africa
Ziaur remained unbeaten in the tournament, defeating Indian International Master Sayantan Das on Tuesday
Ziaur defeated Aksh Lyer of India in the third round on Sunday, which was his third straight victory in the event
Fahad, the country’s youngest Fide Master, defeated Tahsin in the seventh and last round of the event at the chess federation hall-room to maintain 100% winning record
Other leading teams are Saif Sporting Club, Bangladesh Navy, Titas Club and Leonine Club
Access CC, comprising Saiful Islam Chowdhury, Anustoop Biswas, Dewan Shahidul Amin and Asadul Haq, drew with Sheikh Russel Chess Club by 2-2 points
Iran became champions with 17 points while China finished runners-up. A total of 16 teams from 11 countries participated in the Asian U-14 Chess
Eva earned 9.5 points after the end of 11 rounds
Bangladesh men’s chess team finally returned to winning ways in the 42nd World Chess Olympiad
Following the seventh round, Bangladesh women earned eight match points and 16 game points while the men collected seven match points and 16 game points
Bangladesh women’s team earned six match points while the men’s team collected 13 game points after the end of the seventh round till Thursday
Bangladesh men’s team outplayed San Marino by 4-0 points while the women’s side beat Sudan by the same scoreline
BCF arranged a camp for the participants but failed to provide a foreign coach, despite promises from the newly-elected committee more than two months ago
Fahad first gained attention in 2011 when as an eight-year old he beat the second Bangladeshi GM Ziaur Rahman, in a friendly duel in just eight minutes
The day-long festival, organised by GMs Rakib and Enamul Hoque Rajib, was held at the auditorium of Mohammedan where 84 youngsters participated
Mohammad Fahad Rahman added another achievement to his trophy cabinet on Sunday when the youngest Fide Master of the country emerged as the unbeaten champion in the Under-12 age group of the 6th Swensen Age Group Chess Championship.
The one-day long rating event is a part of the 12th Malaysian Chess Festival which is taking place in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The main event began yesterday where Grandmaster Niaz Morshed from Bangladesh is also taking part along with Fahad.
Today’s ninth and final round games will separate Sufian and MehediInternational Master Abu Sufian Shakil and Fide Masters Mehedi Hasan Parag jointly shared the lead in the Golden Sporting Club International Rating Chess Tournament following the eighth round yesterday.
Shakil might have drawn with Parag in their eighth-round game held at the Muktijuddho Smriti Stadium Bhaban in Rajshahi but still retained first position. Today’s ninth and final round games will separate Sufian and Mehedi, who are both tied on seven points.
Grandmaster Enamul Hossain Razib yesterday got off to a winning start in the Prime Bank 17th International Rating Chess Tournament, organised by Leonine Chess Club. The competition got underway yesterday at the Bangladesh Chess Federation hallroom.
Grandmaster Enamul Hossain Rajib emerged as the champion of the Walton Home Appliance Victory Day International Rapid Rating Chess having earned eight points from nine games at the hall room of Bangladesh Chess Federation yesterday.
His teammate at Bangladesh Navy, GM Abdullah al Rakib, also finished with eight points, however, after the tie-breaking game he was adjudged the runner-up.