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Thursday, Oct 17, 2019

Under-7 chess: Taseen Rafique and Siddhant Bharti lead in round six

Siddhant Bharti and Taseen Rafique Tadavi are standing on top spot with six points after the end of six rounds in the boys’ section of Maharashtra state selection under-7 open chess championship

pune Updated: Mar 17, 2019 17:15 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Pune
Players in action on the second day of Maharashtra state selection under-7 chess championship played at Khed Shivapur on Saturday.
Players in action on the second day of Maharashtra state selection under-7 chess championship played at Khed Shivapur on Saturday.(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)
         

Siddhant Bharti and Taseen Rafique Tadavi are standing on top spot with six points after the end of six rounds in the boys’ section of Maharashtra state selection under-7 open chess championship at Khed Shivapur on Saturday.

In all-Mumbai suburban battle in round 6, Bharti defeated Viraj Rane. Tadavi from Jalgaon got better of Pune’s Sarthak Deshpande.

Aarush Dolas, Aditya Joshi and Vipul Patil from Pune; Jha Aditya and Rane from rural Mumbai; Sairaj Ghodake from Solapur; Vedant Karthik from Thane and Vedaant Gogri from Mumbai are placed on the second spot with five points each.

Among girls, Chaturthi Pardeshi of Pune and Swadha Datir of Yavatmal hold the top spot with five- half points each.

While Janhavi Gore of Pune and Myrah Suchdev of Mumbai are at second place, after the end of round 6.

Pune girl Gore overcame Nagpur girl Aneeka Gupta.

First Published: Mar 17, 2019 17:14 IST

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