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Bihar’s Ryan shares lead in 12th National School Chess Championship

Patna: Bihar’s Ryan Mohammed was jointly leading the table with seven points after the end pf eighth round play of the 12th National School Chess Championship 2024, being held at Gyan Bhawan under the joint auspices of Bihar Sports Authority and Bihar Chess Association.

Playing on number two board, Ryan defeated Vandan Alankar Sawai. Pratyush of Bihar, who was playing at number one board, had to face defeat.

The 12th National School Chess Championship 2024, being held at Gyan Bhawan under the joint auspices of Bihar Sports Authority and Bihar Chess Association, concluded the seven rounds today. The eighth round of the game was inaugurated by prohibition department secretary Vinod Gunjiyal and director of social welfare department Prashant Kumar. Hey also encouraged the participants with encouraging speeches.

Results after round 7

Under 17 Open

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Sadhu Sharan R of Tamil Nadu defeated Daksh Goyal of Delhi in Nimjo Indian Opening Defence.

Under 17 girls

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Sindhu Sree K of Tamil Nadu defeated Radhika Sharma of Haryana in Scillian defence.

Under 15 open

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Arnav Agarwal of Uttar Pradesh held Prannoy Akola of Telangana to a draw.

Under 15 girls

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Aadya Gupta of Delhi defeated Gade Sharanya of Telangana in Petroff defence.

Under 13 open

Playing with black pieces on the first board, Unes A defeated Vandan Alankar Sawai of Delhi in Rue Lopez.

Under 13 girls

Playing with black pieces on the first board, Nivedita V C of Tamil Nadu held Amia A R of Kerala to a draw.

Under 11 open

Playing with black pieces on the first board, Andala Mala Hemal Varshan of Andhra Pradesh and Rishenjilova of Rajasthan ended in a draw.

Under 11 girls

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Karnataka’s Pratithi Bordoloi defeated Gujarat’s Yeti Agarwal while playing the Siciliana opening.

Under 9 open

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Oshik Mandal of West Bengal held Manish Sabarto of Bengal to a draw.

Under 9 girls

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Kerala’s DV Vijesh defeated Kiana Parihar of Rajasthan by trapping her in the English opening.

Under 7 open

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Shivaay Singh of Uttar Pradesh defeated Aaradhya Guinn of West Bengal in the English opening.

Under 7 girls

Playing with white pieces on the first board, Sukriti Riya S of Tamil Nadu defeated Adrija Kalita of Assam in Petroff.

The results of the top board after the end of the seventh round:

under 17 open

Shadhurshan R, Tamil Nadu = 6.5 points

Under 17 girls

Sindhu Sri K Tamil Nadu = 06 points

Under 15 open

Arnav Agarwal Uttar Pradesh = 6.5

Under 13 open

UNESH A KARNATAKA- 06 MARKS AND MOHD RYAN BIHAR 06

under 13 girls

Nivedita V C Tamil Nadu -06

Under 11 open

Andala Mala Hemal Varshan Andhra Pradesh -6.5

Under 11 girls

Pratithi Bordoloi Karnataka -6.5

Under 9 open

Oshik Mandal West Bengal-6.5

Under 9 girls

D V Vijesh Kerala – 07

Under 07

Shivaay Singh Uttar Pradesh-06

Under 07 Girls

Sukriti Riya S Tamil Nadu-07

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