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Olongapo chess tourney slated

Olongapo chess tourney slated

Open to all Filipino chessers aged 20 years old and below, the three-day tournament will use the nine-round Swiss System format and will have a pot worth R35,000 plus the FIDE rating points to all participants.

Gomez places 5th in Asian tilt

Gomez, who started strong by leading after five rounds, groped in his last four duels for a tie with four others at fourth to seventh places with identical 6 points.

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Mariano tops MCC tourney

Mariano, with FIDE rating of 2268, finished in a tie for first place with International Master Barlo Nadera with 6.0 points after seven-rounds of play.

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Gomez settles for draw

Grandmaster John Paul Gomez suffered a blow to his World Cup bid after slipping for the share of seventh place after seven rounds in the Eastern Asian Zonal 3.3 Chess Championships in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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Gomez, 2 other PH chessers lose in Mongolia

It was Gomez’s first defeat, slipping into a crowded fourth to 14th places with 4 points on three wins, and two draws.

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PH chesser stays on top

It was the second straight draw for Gomez who improved his tally to 4 points – he posted three wins – the same records of Megaranto, Mongolian FIDE Master Urtnasan Nasanjargal and Vietnamese International Master Nguyen Van Huy.

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