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Last Updated: September 28, 2022, 00:24 IST

World Cadets Chess Championship: India’s Subhi Gupta, Charvi win U-12 and U-8 categories (Twitter pic @All India Chess Federation)

In the under-8 girls category, Charvi topped the competition with 9.5 points in 11 rounds, while Subhi Gupta of Ghaziabad bagged the first prize in the under-12 category with 8.5 points in 11 rounds.

India’s Shubi Gupta and A Charvi won the Women’s Under-12 and Under-8 categories respectively at the FIDE World Cadets Chess Championship on Tuesday. Subhi Gupta from Ghaziabad topped the under-12 competition with 8.5 points in 11 rounds.

Sarvi topped the under-8 girls category with 9.5 points in 11 rounds. Sarvi trailed second-placed Bothana Sivananthan (England) in the last three rounds, but managed to catch up and overtake him thanks to a better tie-break score after the duo finished with 9.5 points. Samhita Phungavanam finished 10th with 7.5 points.

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In the under-10 category, India’s Hanya Shah finished eighth with 7.5 points, while Sakhanath’s Adhya Ranganath (7 points) and V. Thirupurambika (7 points) were 14th and 19th respectively.

In the open events, India’s Ethan Vaz scored eight points to finish sixth in the under-12 category, while the next best player was Arjun Adhireddy (7 points) at 20th. In the under-10 category, Vivan Vishal Shah (8 points) took the 9th position and France’s Lakhan Russ David bagged the first prize with 9 points.

India’s Safin Safarullah Khan won the bronze medal in the U-8 category with 9 points. The Kerala boy was half a point behind France’s Marc Laurie and Russia’s Sav Shokhtjiev Roman, who finished first and second respectively after the tie-breaks.


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