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Pinoy chessers strike again in Mongolia

Playing white, Bersamina stunned second seed GM Tsegmed Batchuluun of host Mongolia in 52 moves of Panno Variations of Fianchetto King’s Indian encounter to hike his tally to 2 points after an opening-round win over the weekend.

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Escote, Cantela stay 1-2 in Zambales chessfest

Escote downed Roniel Pansacula to remain at the helm with eight points while Cantela trounced Chrisus Joseph Sanchez for 7.5 points at second place to assure themselves of slots in the Philippine team bound to the ASEAN Age Group in Myanmar in June.

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The Asian Youth chess champion is convinced the FIDE-rated tournament that will run until April 16, will give him the opportunity to take a step closer to becoming the country’s next GM.

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Bacojo, Padilla lead Deloso chessfest winners

Bacojo downed Marc Lee Payumo to improve his tally to 5.5 points after six rounds and pull away from closest pursuer Neil Chester Reyes in the boys 14-under division.

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Pinoy chessers strike in Mongolia

Gomez toppled IM John Marvin Miciano while Bersamina walloped FIDE Master Erdenepurev Boldoo of host Mongolia to join 19 others at the helm of the Open Division of this nine-round tournament.

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MCC Standard Open chess on today

Open to all chess enthusiasts with valid NCFP, regardless of ages. This four-day event organized annually by the Metropolitan Chess Club, will apply the seven-round Swiss System with the time control of 90 min. + 30 sec. increment.

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