The Philippines’ youngest Woman Fide Master (WFM) Antonella Berthe “Tonelle” Murillo Racasa bounced back from a heart-breaking loss by halving the point with Rachel Ruoxuan Chen of Canada in the World Cadet Chess Championships being held at the Yujing Hotel in Weifang, Shandong, China on Friday.
The draw enabled the 12-year-old student of Home School Global bet Racasa to to raise her score to 1.5 points in three outings in the Under-12 girls’ division.
“Antonella Berthe drew with Rachel Ruoxuan Chen of Canada in Round 3." said father/coach Roberto Racasa, also an International Memory champion, dubbed as the founder and father of Memory Sports in the Philippines.
Her China trip is sponsored by Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) chair and CEO Andrea Domingo, D. Edgard Cabangon of ALC Group of companies, Mandaluyong City Mayor Menchie Abalos and Councilor Charisse Abalos, Mr. Rogelio Lim of Boni Tower and Makati Medical Center President and Chief Executive Officer Rose Montenegro.
Her fourth round opponent is Meiru Duan of China .-Marlon Bernardino-
by Marlon Bernardino
Nakabalik sa kontensiyon si Philippines’ youngest Woman Fide Master (WFM) Antonella Berthe “Tonelle” Murillo Racasa matapos ang heart-breaking loss sa pakikipaghatian ng puntos kontra kay Rachel Ruoxuan Chen ng Canada sa World Cadet Chess Championships na ginanap sa Yujing Hotel sa Weifang, Shandong, China nitong Biyernes.
Dahil sa tabla ang 12-year-old student ng Home School Global na si Racasa ay napataas ang score sa 1.5 points sa three outings sa Under-12 girls’ division.
Ang kanyang kampanya sa China ay suportado nina Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) chair at CEO Andrea Domingo, D. Edgard Cabangon ng ALC Group of companies, Mandaluyong City Mayor Menchie Abalos at Councilor Charisse Abalos, Mr. Rogelio Lim ng Boni Tower at Makati Medical Center President at Chief Executive Officer Rose Montenegro.
Maganda ang simula ni Racasa matapos biguin si Sophia Ziyan Zhao ng Estados Undios sa first round subalit yumuko kontra kay 2019 World School Chess Champion Khishigbaatar Bayasgalan ng Mongolia sa second round.
Ang kanyang fourth round opponent ay si Meiru Duan ng China .-Marlon Bernardino-