Thursday, 17 January 2019



Many congratulations to Mr. Ranjit Rai(1390) of Thapathali Chess Park, Kathmandu for being second runner-up on the category of Best Foreign Players in DELHI OPEN 2019-Category C. He scored 6.5 points out of 10 rounds and bagged 10000/- Indian rupees (approx. NRS. 16,000/-)  as cash prize.

Photo: Facebook  Ranjit



Many congratulations to Mr. Harkaraj Rai(1215) of Jhapa (Namuna Bauddha Chess Club, Kathmandu) for being on first position on the category of Best Foreign Players in DELHI OPEN 2019-Category C.

He started journey with 674th rank where he performs outstanding and placed on 68th rank overall gaining 131 rating. On the 10 rounds event he wins over 7 players, drew with one and lost with 2 opponents. He scored 7.5 points and bagged Indian 15000/- rupees (approx. NRS. 24,000/-)  as cash prize.

In between the prestigious Delhi Open he joins a simultaneous match with GM Kannappan Priyadharshan(2553) of India and gained more confidence by beating him.

Photo: Harkaraj Facebook

Sunday, 13 January 2019


Many Congratulations to Mr. Uttam Dhungel of Dolakha (Goldengate Chess Club, Kathmandu) for being second runner-up on the category of Best Foreign Players in prestigious DELHI OPEN 2019 - Category B.
He starts journey with 370th rank where 959 players on the field  and managed to finish on 220th rank with 6 points out of 10 rounds and bagged Nrs 16000/-.

Uttam receiving certificate from Delhi Chess Association Secretary Mr. AK Verma.

Monday, 20 August 2018

NRYU Rapid Chess

28th NRYU Establishment Day Rapid Chess 2018

Nepal Revolutionary Youth Union Sports Committee & Bhaktapur Chess Club is jointly organizing National Rapid Chess Tournament in Bhaktapur on the date of Asoj 2-3 as Nepali calendar & September 18th to 19th 2018 as international calendar.

Organizers are delighted to welcome all the chess players to play in the historical and cultural city, Bhaktapur. The venue of the tournament will be Boxing hall near Kamalbinayak Chowk and total cash prize is about 50 thousands Nepali rupees guaranteed for best seventeen players.

Former national chess champion Surbir Lama of Kathmandu was the defending champion of this rapid chess event. Bhaktapur district chess association is supporting technically for the success of the event, where Majdoor Daily, Majdoor Online & Nyatapolan Express were going to cover its news officially.

The tournament will be played under FIDE rules of RAPID play on swiss format of nine rounds. Players have to pay 500 rupees for the participation & last date for registration is 31st of Bhadra as published on circular provided.

Contact Persons:
Min Bahadur Bata, President: 9841692695
NA Raj Kumar Laghu, Co-ordinator: 9851232890
IA Niranjan Prajapati, Chief Arbiter: 9851228540