Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Asian Amateur-2011

Published in Kantipur Daily(Nepali) & The Himalayan Times(English).

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Asian Amateur Chess 2011

The photo contains arbiters of 2nd Asian Amateur Open & Women Chess Championship, before starting the seventh round. Left to Right ( Umesh KC,  Tok, Shamsuddin & Nik)

29th Nov News Covered by Daily Papers

These are only two cutting of news covered by daily newspapers in Nepal.

Monday, November 28, 2011

 

Dharam Bahadur Lama- 1st National Amateur Champion

Dharam Bahadur Lama of Makawanpur district became the national champion in the category of amateur. He got the title of National Amateur Champion after beating Rajkaji Maharjan in the ninth round of 1st National Amateur Chess Championship, Saturday. He made 7.5 points out of nine. It is the maiden title in his chess career.

Top 10:

Position

Name

Place

Points

FIDE

1st

Dharam Bahadur Lama

Makawanpur

7.5

38

2nd

Shyam Sundar Shrestha

Kathmandu

7

37.5

3rd

Sudip Bajracharya

Lalitpur

7

36.5

4th

Prakash Nepal

Jhapa

6.5

34.5

5th

Sagar Kumar Dangol

Kathmandu

6.5

26.5

6th

Bikash Kuluju

Bhaktapur

6

34

7th

Rajkaji Maharjan

Lalitpur

6

32

8th

Milan Roka

Rukkum

6

28

9th

Sanjay Maharjan

Lalitpur

6

28

10th

Madhav Prasad Pradhan

Rupandehi

6

24

 

 

 

Asian Amateur: Farewell

Nepal Chess Association President Mr. Rajesh Joshi and some other officials with the nepalese delegates for Asian Amateur Open & Women Chess Championship, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Name List of Delegates:
1. Umesh K.C., FA, Dolakha, Arbiter
2. Rajendra Prasad Shrestha, Kathmandu, Player
3. Rabindra Shakya, Lalitpur, Player
4. Dr. Badri Prasad Thaiba, Rupandehi, Player




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Asian Chess Newsletter


Chakratirtha Cup-2011

 

Chaktatirtha Cup Chess, Badrilal Hits Again

Nepal's Chess Hero Badrilal Nepali hits again the Title Trophy of Chakratirtha Cup Open Chess at Chovar. Nepali drew the final round game with Keshav Shrestha. While Keshav Became second with equal 8 points. Niraj Niraula of Dhrubatara Club placed third with 7.5 points after beating Naveen Tandukar of Sankata Club.


Top 10:

Position

Name

Place

Points

FIDE

1st

Badrilal Nepali

Kathmandu

8

47

2nd

Keshav Shrestha

Kathmandu

8

42

3rd

Nirajj Niraula

Dhrubatara,, Damak

7.5

45.5

4th

Madan Krishna Kayastha

Bhaktapur

7.5

43.5

5th

Rajan Puri

Kathmandu

7.5

42

6th

Naveen Tandukar

Sankata, KTM

7

41.5

7th

Surbir Lama

Macchindra, KTM

7

41

8th

Herakaji Maharjan

Lalitpur

7

40.5

9th

Bikash Kuluju

Bhaktapur

7

38.5

10th

Bijaya Dangol

Kathmandu

7

38

 

 

 

Dhrubatara Cup-2011

Trailokya Nanda Became The Hero of Dhrubatara Cup

Indian player Trailokya Nanda of ELO 2099 got the winner trophy of Dhrubatara Cup Open Fide Rating Chess Tournament. In the final & 10th round of the event he drew the game with Nepalese veteran Singeshwor Das of Saptari District, and received 15 thousands rupees along with the trophy. He made 8.5 points from the 10 rounds. Nanda is also the runner up of the Lalitpur Cup Int'l Chess held on 2010 in Lalitpur District.

Naveen Tandukar of Sankata Club placed second with 8 points. He beat Krishna Thapa of Makawanpur District on the last round. He got 10 thousand rupees. Rakesh Rauniyar of Macchindra Club Kathmandu placed 3rd with 7.5 points.

Prize Details:

Main Prizes:

Position

Name

Place

Points

Buc.

Cash

1st

Trailokya Nanda

India

8.5

67

15,000/-

2nd

Naveen Tandukar

Sankata, KTM

8

56.5

10,000/-

3rd

Rakesh Rauniyar

Macchindra, KTM

7.5

64

6,000/-

4th

Krishna Thapa

Makwanpur

7

64.5

2,800/-

5th

Raju Subedi

Dhrubatara,, Damak

7

60.5

2,800/-

6th

Nirajj Niraula

Dhrubatara, Damak

7

59

2,800/-

7th

Dharam B. Lama

Makwanpur

7

55

2,800/-

8th

Singhesor Das

Saptari

7

54

2,800/-

9th

Niranjan Prajapati

Bhaktapur

6.5

62.5

2,000/-

10th

Rajan Puri

Kantipur, KTM

6.5

59.5

2,000/-

 

Category

Name of The Player

Point

Prize

Rating 1200-1699

Ram Surat Pd Shah, Dhanusha

5

RS. 1,500/-

Rating 1700-1899

Gyanendra Khaiju, Bhaktapur

6.5

RS. 1,500/-

Best Junior U15

Rakesh Gurung, IND

5.5

RS. 1,500/-

Best Junior U19

Indranil Talukdar, IND

6.5

RS. 1,500/-

Best Veteran S60

Sitaram Agrawal, KTM

6

RS. 1,500/-

Best Unrated 1st

Himal Rai, Sunsari

6.5

RS. 2,000/-

Best Unrated 2nd

Dr Suraj Tiwari, Rupandehi

6

RS. 1,500/-

Best Local ( DAMAK)

Prakash Nepal

6

RS. 2,500/-

 

Organizer: Dhrubatara Sporting Club, Damak, Jhapa

Place: Marwadi Sewa Samiti Bhawan

Date: September 18-25, 2011

Tournament Director: Kamal Katuwal, President, DTSC

Chief Arbiter: Umesh K.C., FA

Deputy Arbiters: Mahendra Dhakal(IND), Tirth Raj Mishra(NEP)