Karnataka State FIDE Rated U-15 Open and Girls Chess: Three players share lead
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Karnataka State FIDE Rated U-15 Open and Girls Chess: Three players share lead

Three players — Shree Krishna Pranama of Dakshina Kannada (Rating 1572), P. Jagadish (1894) and Arhan Chethan Anand (1526), both from Bengaluru — with five points from five rounds shared the lead in the Karnataka State FIDE Rating Open U-15 Chess Championship conducted by Mysore Chess Centre at the Paradise Hotel Hall here yesterday.

Important Results

Open — U-15 (Fifth Round): Yashas Dhonthi (4) lost to P. Jagadish (5), Shree Krishna Pranama (5) bt Anirudh Sharma (4), Arhan Chethan Anand (5) bt Monasij Roy (4), B.S. Tharun (4.5) drew with C. Ganesh (4), Keshav Kothari (4.5) bt Tejas Cavale (3.5), Rakshith Srinivasan (4) drew with Shreyas Pavan (4), N. Rakesh (4) drew with Gupta Anshrup (4), N.B. Tushar (4) drew with Chirag Mudraje (3.5), P.M. Joshi (3) lost to AIM Kaushi G. Iyer (4).

Girls — U-15 (Sixth Round): Shriya Revankar (5) drew with S. Swara Lakshmi Nair (5), Hemadri Satish (5) drew with Deepthi Lakshmi (5), Khushi Hombal (5) drew with Smriti Prabhuraj (5), Dhristi Murgod (5) drew with WCM A.N. Shefali (5), Anya Seth Syed (5) bt Shruthi Raju (4), Dhatri Umesh (5) bt Maya Hegde (4), K.R. Sara (4) lost to P. Prema (5), R.K. Varsha (4.5) drew with Afreen Tabassum (4.5), B. Ananya (4)     lost to M.N. Eshanvi (5), S. Meghana (4) lost to Sanjana Raghunath (4.5).

April 22, 2018

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