Archive for December, 2016

Karjakin wins FIDE World Blitz Championship, double gold for Anna Muzychuk

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

In a dramatic race of two players who recently contended the World Championship Match in New York, Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karjakin, the Russian came out on the top to win the gold medal by the virtue of better tiebreak score.

The two players finished on 16,5/21 points each. Just like in the World Rapid Championship Carlsen lost the trophy on additional criteria.

Carlsen entered the final round half a point ahead of the rival, but he couldn’t achieve more than a draw against Peter Leko, while Karjakin defetaed Baadur Jobava.

Sergey Karjakin wins FIDE World Blitz Championship

The extent of their domination in the event is shown by the fact that the nearest followers, Daniil Dubov, Hikaru Nakamura and Alexander Grischuk (World Blitz Champion in 2015), were full two points behind. Dubov claimed the bronze medal on tiebreak.

Ukrainian Anna Muzychuk is leaving Doha with two gold medals in the bag.

After winning the FIDE World Rapid Championship two days ago, Anna Muzychuk retained the World Blitz title that she had won two years ago in Khanty-Mansiysk.

Despite the slow start with three draws and a loss to Lagno, the strong finish of five consecutive wins helped Anna Muzychuk to take a clear first place with 13/17 points.

Anna Muzychuk wins FIDE World Blitz Championship

On the shared second place with 12,5 points each are Russian speed-chess specialists Valentina Gunina and Kateryna Lagno. Gunina earned the silver medal on better tie-break and Lagno took the bronze.

The 2016 FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships were held in Doha, Qatar, from 26-30th December.

Double gold for Ukraine in FIDE World Rapid Championship

Vassily Ivanchuk and Anna Muzychuk from Ukraine have won the gold medals after three days of play at the FIDE World Rapid Championship in Doha, Qatar.

Ivanhuk was tournament leader after the second day but today he was shaken by a loss to Nepomniachtchi and two draws. Vasya, however, won the last two rounds to conclude the event with 11/15 points and claim the trophy on best additional criteria – average rating of the opponents.

Vassily Ivanchuk wins FIDE World Rapid Championship

After taking a short break from chess to try himself in different mind sport, Ivanchuk made a brilliant return with great results in the European Club Cup and here in Doha.

In a dramatic finish where five players entered the last round with 10 points each, the two speed-play champions from Berlin 2015 – Alexander Grischuk (blitz) and Magnus Carlsen (rapid) also emerged with 11 points. Grischuk earned the silver medal, while Carlsen took the bronze.

Ian Nepomniachtchi was leading after the 13th round but two consecutive losses in the end took him away from the podium.

Anna Muzychuk dominated in the Women’s Championship having secured the title with one round to spare, finally completing the event with 9,5/12 points.

Anna Muzychuk wins FIDE World Rapid Championship

A full point behind the winner is Alexandra Kosteniuk (silver), while Nana Dzagnidze took the bronze medal with 8 points.

by Goran Urosevic, photos by Anastasya Karlovich

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Jetlag restricts Magnus Carlsen to bronze at world rapid chess championship

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

It was all about jetlag for Magnus Carlsen at the world rapid chess championship in Doha this week. The Norwegian won the 2014 and 2015 versions of the title, which was decided by 15 rounds of 15-minute games with 10 seconds per move increment, but for 2016 he had to settle for the bronze medal on tie-break behind Vassily Ivanchuk of Ukraine and Alex Grischuk of Russia. Carlsen flew in from Australia, where he had been on holiday since retaining his classical crown against Sergey Karjakin in New York last month. At Doha there were five rounds a day and all three of his defeats, plus a lucky escape featured in this week’s puzzle, came early in the session. In the first two rounds of each day combined he scored 2.5/6, in the last three daily rounds 8.5/9. “I didn’t feel I was ready for the first game. I just didn’t feel fit for …

Source: GameKnot online chess news

Russia’s Karjakin wins World Blitz chess title

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

Sergey Karjakin has turned the tables on rival grandmaster Magnus Carlsen, winning the World Blitz chess championship in Doha, Qatar. It happened exactly two months after their duel in the classical World Chess Championship ended in a narrow victory for the Norwegian. The Karjakin-Carlsen standoff in the Qatari capital was as closely matched as the one in New York in November. The Russian scored 16.5 points from 21 rounds of the fast-paced form of the game, and so did the Norwegian. But the first place went to Karjakin on tie-break. A similar tie-break settled the third place, among the three contenders with 14.5 points each. Russian Daniil Dubov placed third, ahead of American Hikaru Nakamura and 2015 champion Alexander Grischuk. Blitz chess limits the time each player has to three minutes and …

Source: GameKnot online chess news

January 2017 FRL

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

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FIDE publishes January 2017 FIDE Rating List. The list of top players is published at Top lists page of FIDE ratings website. All players can check new ratings at the main page of FIDE ratings website.

Source: World Chess Federation – FIDE

Web Design Contest

Thursday, December 29th, 2016

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Web Design Contest

FIDE announces web design contest for main FIDE website.

Task: to create web design for FIDE website main page and currently available sections: Handbook/ Directory/ Ratings/ Title Applications/ Calendar.

Requirements:
– should be sent via email to office@fide.com and admin@fide.com or presented as link to working and complete version before deadline
- it should integrate with current FIDE website menu structure 

Terms:
- there is no guarantee that your proposal will not be modified if selected
- any submission must be of an original work by the submitter/submitters (you are free to use the FIDE logo for the proposal)
- submitters grants the FIDE a royalty-free license to use and/or modify their respective designs, though all submitters retain the rights to their work

Prizes:
1st prize 1500 EUR
2nd prize 1000 EUR
3rd prize 500 EUR

Deadlines:
The best submission will be selected by January, 25 2017 and announced on FIDE website.

Source: World Chess Federation – FIDE

FIDE Grand-Prix 2017 announcement

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

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FIDE announces the full details of the Grand-Prix 2017, from which the first two (2) winners will qualify to the Candidates Tournament of the World Chess Championship 2018. The schedule of the four events is the following:

a.) 17 – 28 February 2017: Sharjah, UAE

b.) 11 – 22 May 2017: Moscow, Russia

c.) 5 – 16 July 2017: Geneva, Switzerland

d.) 15 – 26 November 2017: Palma de Mallorca, Spain

In total 24 players will participate, 15 qualifiers as per regulations (listed below) plus 9 nominees from AGON Ltd (to be announced).

The 15 original qualifiers who have to confirm their participation by 4 January 2017 are:

01. Carlsen, Magnus (NOR, World Champion)
02. Karjakin, Sergey (RUS, World Ch. runner-up 2016)
03. Svidler, Peter (RUS, World Cup runner-up 2015)
04. Giri, Anish (NED, World Cup semi-finalist 2015)
05. Eljanov, Pavel (UKR, World Cup semi-finalist 2015)
06. Nakamura, Hikaru (USA, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
07. Caruana, Fabiano (USA, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
08. Anand, Wiswanathan (IND, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
09. Topalov, Veselin (BUL, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
10. Kramnik, Vladimir (RUS, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
11. Aronian, Levon (ARM, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
12. So, Wesley (USA, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
13. Ding, Liren (CHN, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
14. Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime (FRA, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
15. Tomashevsky, Evgeny (RUS, ACP Tour qualifier)

The first reserves for any replacement needed are:

01. Grischuk, Alexander (RUS, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
02. Li, Chao (CHN, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)
03. Harikrishna, P (IND, Average 12m Std Ratings 6/2015 to 5/2016)

Each player will play in 3 tournaments and all his results will be taken into account for the overall final standings of the Grand-Prix. The full regulations of the Grand-Prix can be downloaded from the FIDE website.

The qualified players mentioned above shall download their participation contract and return it signed to the FIDE Secretariat, by fax or scanned email, to the FIDE Secretariat’s fax number +30 2109212859 or email office@fide.com by the deadline of 4 January 2017.

Source: World Chess Federation – FIDE

FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships: Rapid Day 2

Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

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Day 2 Rapid: Vassily Ivanchuk and Anna Muzychuk are leading

The FIDE World Rapid Championships continued today with rounds 6-10 being played in open section and rounds 5-8 in the women’s section.

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Vassily Ivanchuk finished the second day of the rapid tournament on the first place. Ukrainian player made 4,5 out of 5 by defeating among the others the World Champion Magnus Carlsen and the nearest rival Shakhriyar Mamedyarov.

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov from Azerbaijan and Ian Nepomniatchtchi from Russia share the second place half a point behind.

The leader of the first day Anton Korobov from Ukraine lost against Levon Aronian and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and shares the 4th place in the group of seven players including Levon Aronian, Vidit Santosh Gujrathi, Magnus Carlsen, Alexander Grischuk, Anand Viswanathan, Leinier Dominguez.

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Anna Muzychuk from Ukraine, who was convincing leader after five rounds, slowed down a bit by making 2 draws in rounds 5 and 6, but after 2 victories in rounds 7 and 8 against Nana Dzagnidze and Alina Kashlinskaya, she finished the day on the first place with 7/8 points.

Russian players Alexandra Kosteniuk and Katerina Lagno made a draw in the 8th round and share the second place together with Iranian player Sarasadat Khademalsharieh, who defeated Inna Gaponenko from Ukraine in the last round (5,5/8).

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Rapid day 1: Anton Korobov and Anna Muzychuk are leading with perfect score

The 2016 FIDE World Rapid Chess Championships started today in Doha, Qatar, with 106 players in the Open tournament, including 87 GMs, and 34 players in the Women tournament (including 13 GMs) competing for the prestigious titles and 200,000 USD (for open) and 40,000 USD (for women) prize fund.

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After the first day and five rounds of play Anton Korobov from Ukraine emerged sole leader with 5/5 points. Levon Aronian from Armenia is half a point behind on the sole second place. Seven players share the third place with 4 points. The defending champion Magnus Carlsen unexpectedly started with 0,5 out of 2 but than found his form and won 3 games in a row to finish the first day of rapid with 3,5 out of 5.

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Anna Muzychuk from Ukraine is on the top in women’s section with 4/4. In the fourth round she outplayed former Women’s World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Another Ukrainian player Inna Gaponenko is on the second place with 3,5/4, followed by 3 Russian players Katerina Lagno, Alexandra Kosteniuk and Alexandra Goryachkina with 3/3.

The Rapid event will be held over three days (26-28th December) at a time control of 15min+10s and the Blitz Championships will continue during next two days (29-30th December) at a time control of 3min+2s. The events will be both Swiss pairings tournaments and will be held over two days for Blitz and three days for Rapid. The Blitz will have twenty one (21) rounds in open championship and seventeen (17) rounds in women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event. The Rapid will be fifteen (15) rounds for Open and twelve (12) rounds for Women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event.

The World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships organized by the FIDE, Qatar Olympic Committee and Qatar Chess Association.


FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships: Opening Ceremony

The President of Qatar Chess Association Mr. Khalifa Al Hitmi welcomed all the participants to the FIDE Rapid and Blitz World Championships being held in Doha, Qatar. Amongst the participants were a large number of current and former world Champions including Magnus Carlsen, Vishy Anand, Antoaneta Stefanova, Alexandra Kosteniuk and many more. The whole field was full of very strong chess layers and Qatar extended its goodwill and hospitality to all the players and officials in the event.

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The FIDE Representative and Continental President of Europe, Mr. Zurab Azmaiparashvili thanked the Qatar Olympic Committee and the Qatar Chess Association for their organization of the four world championships. He also thanked all those chess players, organisers and officials who had participated in so many excellent events in 2016 and augured a great chess year in 2017 to everybody.

The Technical Meeting was then held in the presence of the Chief Arbiter Mr. Ashot Vardapetyan and some new rules were explained to the players as well as the colour selections for the first round were held.

Official tournament website

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FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships start in a few days

The FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Championships (Open and Women) will take place in Doha (Qatar) from 25th of December (arrival) to 31st of December (departure).

The Rapid event will be held over three days (26-28th December) at a time control of 15min+10s and the Blitz Championships will continue during next two days (29-30th December) at a time control of 3min+2s. The events will be both Swiss pairings tournaments and will be held over two days for Blitz and three days for Rapid. The Blitz will have twenty one (21) rounds in open championship and seventeen (17) rounds in women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event. The Rapid will be fifteen (15) rounds for Open and twelve (12) rounds for Women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event.

The total prize fund for the Open tournament is $400,000 with $40,000 for the winner of each championship and $80,000 in Women Championships with $10,000 for the winner of each championship.

Both participants the FIDE World Championship Match World Champion Magnus Carlsen and the challenger Sergey Karjakin, former World Champion Viswanathan Anand, World Blitz Champions of different years Alexander Grischuk (2006, 2012, 2015), Vassily Ivanchuk (2007), Leinier Dominguez (2008), Levon Aronian (2010), World Rapid Champion Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (2013) and other top players have confirmed their participation. Former Women’s World Champions Alexandra Kosteniuk, Antoaneta Stefanova, Anna Ushenina, Zhu Chen, Women`s World Rapid Champion of 2014 and Women`s World Blitz Champion (2010) Katerina Lagno, Women’s World Blitz Champion of 2014 Anna Muzychuk, Women’s World Blitz Champion of 2012 Valentina Gunina, who recently has shown a remarkable result in the Super Rapidplay tournament of the 2016 London Chess Classic, the winner of the FIDE Grand Prix Series Ju Wenjun and other top players are among the participants. The whole list of participants.

The World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships organized by the FIDE, QATAR OLYMPIC COMMITTEE and QATAR CHESS ASSOCIATION.

In recent years, Qatar proved an exceptional ability and outstanding facilities to host hundreds of international and regional sports events. In the coming few years, Qatar will be hosting many world class events along with the UCI RWC 2016; such as World Bowling Championships 2016, World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2018, Athletics World Championships 2019, and FIFA World Cup 2022.

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Source: World Chess Federation – FIDE

FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships: Rapid Day 1

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

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Rapid day 1: Anton Korobov and Anna Muzychuk are leading with perfect score

The 2016 FIDE World Rapid Chess Championships started today in Doha, Qatar, with 106 players in the Open tournament, including 87 GMs, and 34 players in the Women tournament (including 13 GMs) competing for the prestigious titles and 200,000 USD (for open) and 40,000 USD (for women) prize fund.

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After the first day and five rounds of play Anton Korobov from Ukraine emerged sole leader with 5/5 points. Levon Aronian from Armenia is half a point behind on the sole second place. Seven players share the third place with 4 points. The defending champion Magnus Carlsen unexpectedly started with 0,5 out of 2 but than found his form and won 3 games in a row to finish the first day of rapid with 3,5 out of 5.

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Anna Muzychuk from Ukraine is on the top in women’s section with 4/4. In the fourth round she outplayed former Women’s World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. Another Ukrainian player Inna Gaponenko is on the second place with 3,5/4, followed by 3 Russian players Katerina Lagno, Alexandra Kosteniuk and Alexandra Goryachkina with 3/3.

The Rapid event will be held over three days (26-28th December) at a time control of 15min+10s and the Blitz Championships will continue during next two days (29-30th December) at a time control of 3min+2s. The events will be both Swiss pairings tournaments and will be held over two days for Blitz and three days for Rapid. The Blitz will have twenty one (21) rounds in open championship and seventeen (17) rounds in women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event. The Rapid will be fifteen (15) rounds for Open and twelve (12) rounds for Women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event.

The World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships organized by the FIDE, Qatar Olympic Committee and Qatar Chess Association.


The President of Qatar Chess Association Mr. Khalifa Al Hitmi welcomed all the participants to the FIDE Rapid and Blitz World Championships being held in Doha, Qatar. Amongst the participants were a large number of current and former world Champions including Magnus Carlsen, Vishy Anand, Antoaneta Stefanova, Alexandra Kosteniuk and many more. The whole field was full of very strong chess layers and Qatar extended its goodwill and hospitality to all the players and officials in the event.

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The FIDE Representative and Continental President of Europe, Mr. Zurab Azmaiparashvili thanked the Qatar Olympic Committee and the Qatar Chess Association for their organization of the four world championships. He also thanked all those chess players, organisers and officials who had participated in so many excellent events in 2016 and augured a great chess year in 2017 to everybody.

The Technical Meeting was then held in the presence of the Chief Arbiter Mr. Ashot Vardapetyan and some new rules were explained to the players as well as the colour selections for the first round were held.

Official tournament website

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FIDE World Rapid & Blitz Championships start in a few days

The FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Championships (Open and Women) will take place in Doha (Qatar) from 25th of December (arrival) to 31st of December (departure).

The Rapid event will be held over three days (26-28th December) at a time control of 15min+10s and the Blitz Championships will continue during next two days (29-30th December) at a time control of 3min+2s. The events will be both Swiss pairings tournaments and will be held over two days for Blitz and three days for Rapid. The Blitz will have twenty one (21) rounds in open championship and seventeen (17) rounds in women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event. The Rapid will be fifteen (15) rounds for Open and twelve (12) rounds for Women`s championship, with a single game for each round, Swiss event.

The total prize fund for the Open tournament is $400,000 with $40,000 for the winner of each championship and $80,000 in Women Championships with $10,000 for the winner of each championship.

Both participants the FIDE World Championship Match World Champion Magnus Carlsen and the challenger Sergey Karjakin, former World Champion Viswanathan Anand, World Blitz Champions of different years Alexander Grischuk (2006, 2012, 2015), Vassily Ivanchuk (2007), Leinier Dominguez (2008), Levon Aronian (2010), World Rapid Champion Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (2013) and other top players have confirmed their participation. Former Women’s World Champions Alexandra Kosteniuk, Antoaneta Stefanova, Anna Ushenina, Zhu Chen, Women`s World Rapid Champion of 2014 and Women`s World Blitz Champion (2010) Katerina Lagno, Women’s World Blitz Champion of 2014 Anna Muzychuk, Women’s World Blitz Champion of 2012 Valentina Gunina, who recently has shown a remarkable result in the Super Rapidplay tournament of the 2016 London Chess Classic, the winner of the FIDE Grand Prix Series Ju Wenjun and other top players are among the participants. The whole list of participants.

The World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships organized by the FIDE, QATAR OLYMPIC COMMITTEE and QATAR CHESS ASSOCIATION.

In recent years, Qatar proved an exceptional ability and outstanding facilities to host hundreds of international and regional sports events. In the coming few years, Qatar will be hosting many world class events along with the UCI RWC 2016; such as World Bowling Championships 2016, World Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2018, Athletics World Championships 2019, and FIFA World Cup 2022.

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Bay Area Chess signs new coach

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

Bay Area Chess announced that GM Enrico Sevillano has officially joined BAC as full time coach.

He will be coaching exclusively for BAC at the enrichment programs and other classes, and joins a coaching staff at BAC that also includes GM Naroditsky, GM Chirila, GM Izoria, IM Aleskerov and IM Kavutskiy.

GM Sevillano has won many titles, including the US Open, National Open and American Open, and has competed in the Chess Olympiad representing the Philippines.

He will now bring his wealth of tournament and coaching experience to help train the future chess stars at Bay Area Chess.

Enrico Sevillano

Enrico Sevillano

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2nd IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Open

Monday, December 26th, 2016

The second edition of the IIFL Wealth Mumbai International Open kicks off on Monday, 26 December. The main Open will have a Rs. 12 lakh prize fund and will be an international master/grandmaster norm event that will be played over nine days.

Along with the Open, the IIFL Wealth Mumbai Junior International Chess Tournament—world’s richest junior tournament with the prize fund of Rs. 8 lakhs—will be held for juniors aged below 13.

Mount Litera School International at BKC, Bandra, will play host to over 350 of the sharpest minds from 17 countries, including 15 grandmasters and 11 international masters.

GM Sandipan Chanda

GM Sandipan Chanda

The event is open to players from all age-groups. Be it a seven-year-old kid or a teenager or a septuagenarian, all the players will be competing under the same roof, battling it out in their quest to glory.

In a sport like chess, which is getting increasingly younger, the junior tournament, being played separately from the Open, provides an ideal platform for the kids to showcase their talent.

An added emphasis in this nine-round competition is on the traditional time control, which means a game can sometimes last as long as six hours, or even more in exceptional cases. Indeed, a complete test of skill, stamina, and concentration! Chess has arrived in Mumbai as a sport.

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Juniors: Top seed Gukesh D. of Andhra Pradesh (Elo: 2236)

On the final day of the event, the IIFL Wealth Mumbai Chess Patron, former World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand, will be flying down to Mumbai to grace the closing ceremony of this world-class tournament.

Participants (Open):

1 GM Sandipan Chanda IND 2593
2 GM David Alberto ITA 2574
3 GM Ghosh Diptayan IND 2570
4 GM Bernadskiy Vitaliy UKR 2540
5 GM Sivuk Vitaly UKR 2540
6 GM Movsziszian Karen ARM 2523
7 GM Tukhaev Adam UKR 2516
8 GM Malakhatko Vadim BEL 2507
9 GM Horvath Adam HUN 2501
10 GM Czebe Attila HUN 2500
11 GM Deviatkin Andrei RUS 2499
12 IM Narayanan Srinath IND 2490
13 GM Stopa Jacek POL 2479
14 GM Neverov Valeriy UKR 2478
15 IM Shyaamnikhil P IND 2451
16 Gusain Himal IND 2448
17 IM Saptarshi Roy IND 2418
18 IM Mohammad Nubairshah Shaikh IND 2412
19 GM Hesham Abdelrahman EGY 2408
20 IM Akash G IND 2395
21 IM Ravi Teja S. IND 2384
22 Gaikwad Siddhant IND 2374
23 IM Das Sayantan IND 2371
24 FM Thakur Akash IND 2369
25 Nouri Hamed PHI 2363
26 Srijit Paul IND 2354
27 GM Roy Chowdhury Saptarshi IND 2351
28 IM Rajesh V A V IND 2351
29 Ojas Kulkarni IND 2351
30 Raja Harshit IND 2340
31 WGM Toma Katarzyna POL 2322
32 IM Kathmale Sameer IND 2313
33 CM Erigaisi Arjun IND 2309
34 IM Sangma Rahul IND 2306
35 FM Rajdeep Sarkar IND 2298
36 IM Ramnath Bhuvanesh.R IND 2297
37 IM Praveen Kumar C IND 2293
38 Saravana Krishnan P. IND 2293
39 WIM Styazhkina Anna RUS 2289
40 Sammed Jaykumar Shete IND 2282
41 WGM Kulkarni Bhakti IND 2281
42 FM Alfred Nathan S W ENG 2275
43 WIM Kurbonboeva Sarvinoz UZB 2274
44 Arjun Kalyan IND 2269
45 Kulkarni Vinayak IND 2268
46 Sidhant Mohapatra IND 2267
47 IM Mohota Nisha IND 2260
48 Harikrishnan.A.Ra IND 2259
49 FM Srinath Rao S.V. IND 2250
50 Prajesh R IND 2242
51 CM Gukesh D IND 2236
52 IM Deshmukh Anup IND 2234
53 IM Chakravarthi Reddy M IND 2230
54 Akash Pc Iyer IND 2225
55 WIM Parnali S Dharia IND 2219
56 Mithil Ajgaonkar IND 2216
57 Snehal Bhosale IND 2214
58 FM Mohammad Fahad Rahman BAN 2213
59 Jayakumaar S IND 2211
60 Patil Pratik IND 2208
61 Likhit Chilukuri IND 2206
62 Debarshi Mukherjee IND 2194
63 Senthil Maran K IND 2193
64 Prasannaa.S IND 2191
65 WFM Nasybullina Alfia RUS 2190
66 AGM Nishant Malhotra IND 2186
67 Jaiswal Puneet IND 2183
68 CM Aronyak Ghosh IND 2180
69 Wagh Suyog IND 2177
70 Gandhi Anish IND 2167
71 Thanki Hemal Karsanji IND 2167
72 Sahil Tickoo IND 2165
73 WIM Baymuratova Sevara UZB 2158
74 Navalgund Niranjan IND 2153
75 Kumar Gaurav IND 2150
76 Tiwari Arjun IND 2146
77 Manush Shah IND 2145
78 CM Nikhil Magizhnan IND 2142
79 Surendran N IND 2141
80 Bhambure Shantanu IND 2135
81 Bharambe Bhavik C IND 2123
82 Dahale Atul IND 2122
83 Bartakke Amardeep S. IND 2104
84 WIM Thipsay Bagyashree Sathe IND 2098
85 CM Ng Jen Sheng MAS 2094
86 Badrinath S. IND 2093
87 Raahul V S IND 2089
88 WFM Srija Seshadri IND 2087
89 AGM Vardan Nagpal IND 2079
90 Saurabh Anand IND 2072
91 CM Aditya Mittal IND 2068
92 Dushyant Sharma IND 2066
93 Pruthu Deshpande IND 2063
94 WIM Gokhale Anupama IND 2061
95 WFM Salonika Saina IND 2059
96 WFM Tarini Goyal IND 2059
97 Vantika Agrawal IND 2059
98 Pranav V IND 2040
99 CM Bharath Subramaniyam H IND 2023
100 Kranti Kumar P. IND 2018
101 Audi Ameya IND 2013
102 Soham Datar IND 2005
103 CM Raja Rithvik R IND 1999
104 WFM Patil Mitali Madhukar IND 1996
105 AGM Sa Kannan IND 1983
106 Jayaram R. IND 1982
107 Malla Nooka Raju IND 1980
108 Priyanka K IND 1980
109 Sreeshwan Maralakshikari IND 1968
110 Panesar Vedant IND 1966
111 Nasir Ali Syed IND 1964
112 Balasubramaniam H IND 1963
113 Jishitha D IND 1955
114 Priyanka Nutakki IND 1949
115 Upadhyay R IND 1949
116 Shetye Siddhali IND 1946
117 Tarun V Kanth IND 1943
118 Mehta Naitik R IND 1928
119 WCM Mrudul Dehankar IND 1923
120 Mota Pankit IND 1921
121 WFM Divya Deshmukh IND 1920
122 Dixit Nikhil IND 1919
123 Sanjeet Manohar IND 1914
124 AGM Krishnater Kushager IND 1913
125 WIM February Jesse Nikki RSA 1904
126 CM Karthik Kumar Pradeep IND 1899
127 Nair Sanjeev IND 1899
128 IM Wazeer Ahmad Khan IND 1897
129 Doshi Moksh Amitbhai IND 1897
130 Shah Rishab IND 1888
131 CM Shahil Dey IND 1886
132 WFM Lakshmi C IND 1875
133 AGM Mani Bharathy IND 1875
134 Harshavardhan G B IND 1870
135 Shah Vishwa IND 1867
136 Vigneshwaran S IND 1867
137 Jeet Jain IND 1866
138 Sradhanjali Jena IND 1864
139 Soham Das IND 1858
140 WIM Laubscher Anzel RSA 1857
141 Pankaj Sindhu IND 1848
142 Yash Dhoke IND 1830
143 Potluri Saye Srreezza IND 1825
144 Iasman Inna FRA 1819
145 Toshali V IND 1819
146 Aakash Sharadchandra Dalvi IND 1818
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