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2011
 

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2011
 
 

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Team Philippines that won a total of 65 medals in standard, rapid and blitz (6.19.2013)

Nouri Makes Chess History; Doroy, Revita, Mendoza earn outright Fide Master title (6.14.2013)

PH woodpushers win golds in 14th ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2013 (6.14.2013)

Garcia, Datu remains in second place; Nouri keeps share of lead (6.13.2013)

Garcia, Pascua, Datu shares 2nd spot in Standard chess (6.12.2013)

ASEAN Chess Confederation Delegates Annual General Meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand (6.12.2013)

Garcia, Frayna keep Pinoy pride alive (6.10.2013)

Garcia, Datu, off to good start in Standard chess competition; NCFP prexy is very confident (6.9.2013)

Garcia, Pascua, Datu leads gold rush for PH's gold medal winners; Nouri, Revita, Concio, Samantila, Bersamina, Gonzales shines (6.8.2013)

Garcia grabs solo lead in 14th ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2013 (6.7.2013)

Pangasinan wants to host ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2014 (6.7.2013)

Chiang Mai, Thailand: Datu off to good start in ASEAN age-group rapid chess tilt (6.7.2013)

PH team confident of chances at Asean chess tilt in Thailand (6.5.2013)

 

The Philippine Star Sports News:

Datu leads Pinoy winners in Asean chess opener AA (6.7.2013)

ABS-CBN Sports News:

Next ASEAN Chess Age-Group Championship in PH (6.11.2013)

Pinoys chessers share lead in ASEAN chess (6.10.2013)

Pinoys seek GM norms in Malaysian chess tilt (6.06.2013)

Datu off to good start in ASEAN age-group chess (6.06.2013)

 

 

CHESS NEWS

 

June 13, 2013

 
 

Garcia, Datu remains in second place; Nouri keeps share of lead

 
     
 

INTERNATIONAL MASTER Jan Emmanuel Garcia of Manila and National Master Alcon John Datu of Caloocan City toppled their respective rivals to remain second place in the on-going 14th ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2013 being held at the Imperial Mae Ping Hotel in Chiangmai, Thailand on Wednesday.

Garcia bested FM Mohamad Satibi of Indonesia while Datu toppled Mohammad Nubairshah Shaikh of India. Garcia and Datu, both tallied 5.0 points apiece after seven games of play in the Open Under-20 division of the Standard competition.

FM Nguyen Van Hai of Vietnam split the point with FM Haridas Pascua of Mangatarem, Pangasinan to still on top with 6.0 points going to the last two round. Pascua, on the other hand notch 4.5 points for solo fourth place.

 

 
 

Meanwhile, Alekhine Nouri of Escalante City, Negros Occidental took the measure of Vo Pham Thien Phuc of Vietnam to keep his hopes the title alive yesterday. With the win, Nouri is tied for the lead with Chinguun Sumiya of Mongolia, who brought downed Bintang Rasyid A. Hidayat of Indonesia in the Open Under-8 division of the Standard competition. Nouri and Chinguun, both tallied 6.0 points apiece.

However Michael Concio Jr. of Sta. Rosa, Laguna failed to catches Nouri and Chinguun on top after losing to Nguyen Duc Sang of Vietnam. Concio remains at 5.0 points, the same output of, Hidayat, Duc Sang and Nguyen Hoang Hiep of Vietnam and Ganzorig Amartuvshin of Mongolia. Jerish John Velarde of Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu drew with Nguyen Thanh Trung of Vietnam while James Henry Calacday of Antipolo City beat Tanakorn Tuwatawannurak of Thailand.

Other Filipino bets in contention are Jerad Docena of Bohol (5.0 points), National Master Giovanni Mejia of Labrador, Pangasinan (4.5 points) and FM Paulo Bersamina of Pasay City (4.5 points) in the Open Under-16 division, Daryl Unix Samantila of Tonsuya, Malabon (5.0 points) in the Open Under-14 division, WFM Marie Antoinette San Diego of Dasmarinas, Cavite (4.5 points), WIM elect Janelle Mae Frayna of Legaspi City, Albay (4.0 points) and WNM Jan Jodilyn Fronda of Manila (3.5 points) in the Girl Under-20 division, Shania Mae Mendoza of Sta. Rosa, Laguna (5.0 points), Ella Grace Moulic of Davao City (4.0 points) and Ynna Sophia Canape of Marikina City (3.5 points) in the Girl Under-16 division, Samantha Glo Revita of Rosales, Pangasinan (5.0 points) in the Girl Under-14 division, Allaney Jia G Doroy of Agusan del Norte (5.5 points) and Natori Biazza Diaz of Sagay City, Negros Oriental (5.0 points) in the Girl Under-12 division.

 
  -Marlon Bernardino  
     
     
 
Related Links:
Official Home Page of Organizer
 
Team Philippines that won a total of 65 medals in standard, rapid and blitz (6.19.2013)
Nouri Makes Chess History; Doroy, Revita, Mendoza earn outright Fide Master title (6.14.2013)
PH woodpushers win golds in 14th ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2013 (6.14.2013)
Garcia, Datu remains in second place; Nouri keeps share of lead (6.13.2013)
Garcia, Pascua, Datu shares 2nd spot in Standard chess (6.12.2013)
ASEAN Chess Confederation Delegates Annual General Meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand (6.12.2013)
Garcia, Frayna keep Pinoy pride alive (6.10.2013)
Garcia, Datu, off to good start in Standard chess competition; NCFP prexy is very confident (6.9.2013)
Garcia, Pascua, Datu leads gold rush for PH's gold medal winners;
Nouri, Revita, Concio, Samantila, Bersamina, Gonzales shines
(6.8.2013)
Garcia grabs solo lead in 14th ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2013 (6.7.2013)
Pangasinan wants to host ASEAN + Age Group Chess Championships 2014 (6.7.2013)
Chiang Mai, Thailand: Datu off to good start in ASEAN age-group rapid chess tilt (6.7.2013)
PH team confident of chances at Asean chess tilt in Thailand (6.5.2013)
 
The Philippine Star Sports News:
Datu leads Pinoy winners in Asean chess opener AA (6.7.2013)
ABS-CBN Sports News:
Next ASEAN Chess Age-Group Championship in PH (6.11.2013)
Pinoys chessers share lead in ASEAN chess (6.10.2013)
Pinoys seek GM norms in Malaysian chess tilt (6.06.2013)
Datu off to good start in ASEAN age-group chess (6.06.2013)