Chess

by Marlon Bernardino
SEVERAL top executive and professional chess players led by Dr. Jenny Mayor have already confirmed their participation in the 2018 Alphaland National Executive and Kiddies Chess Championships on Saturday, September 8, 2018 at the Activity Area, Alphaland Makati Place, Ayala Avenue Extension, Makati City.

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THE Team Nouri's Ticketing Service stole the limelight by winning the Dalawahan Rapid chess tournament 2000 and below was held recently at the Jasmeen Foodville in Caloocan City.

With Fide Master Alekhine Nouri and Paul John Lauron at the helm, the Team Nouri's Ticketing Service won the title with 11 game points output in the event organized by Novelty Chess Club of Caloocan.

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INTERNATIONAL MASTER (IM) elect Jerad Docena of Pasay City emerged champion of the 2nd Gayang Chess Championship Open Chess Tournament was held recently at the Guinayangan, Quezon.

Docena, one of the country's top woodpushers, finished the seven-round Swiss system tournament with 6 points, the same output of Vince Angelo Medina of Cabuyao City, Laguna.

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NAKOPO ni International Master (IM) elect Jerad Docena ng Pasay City ang titulo ng 2nd Gayang Chess Championship Open Chess Tournament na ginanap kamakailan sa Guinayangan, Quezon.

Si Docena, isa sa country's top woodpushers, ay tumapos sa seven-round Swiss system tournament ng 6 points, iskor din na naitala ni Vince Angelo Medina ng Cabuyao City, Laguna.

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by Marlon Bernardino

SINGAPORE---LIKE wine, Lincoln "Linky" Yap gets better with age.

Relying on his experience and mastery of the complicated game, the 60-year-old Yap, the pride of Cebu saved the Philippines' Bulldogs/Psalms 23 chess team anew by beating Rodolfo Janely in their London System Opening skirmish in Board 4 to help seal a 3.5-0.5 win over Bulldog Chess Brotherhood and a place in the top 2 after eight rounds of the QCD SG Chess League at the Aqueen Hotel in Paya Lebar, Singapore late Friday, August 24, 2018 here.

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by Marlon Bernardino
SINGAPORE---LIKE wine, Lincoln "Linky" Yap gets better with age.

Relying on his experience and mastery of the complicated game, the 60-year-old Yap, the pride of Cebu saved the Philippines' Bulldogs/Psalms 23 chess team anew by beating Rodolfo Janely in their London System Opening skirmish in Board 4 to help seal a 3.5-0.5 win over Bulldog Chess Brotherhood and a place in the top 2 after eight rounds of the QCD SG Chess League at the Aqueen Hotel in Paya Lebar, Singapore late Friday, August 24, 2018 here.

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