Chinese Lei Tingjie emerged surprise leader after four rounds of the 2016 Philippine International Chess Championship at Subic Bay Peninsular Hotel in Olongapo, Zambales. The 19-year-old Woman Grandmaster trounced Indian International Master ... Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 hour ago
Subic hosts international chess fest - Philippines Daily Tribune, 3 days ago
Demchenko's win sent him on top a with a group led by top seed GM Wang Hao of China, who fought No. 5 Mikheil Michedishvili of Georgia to a 34-move draw of an Anti-Gruenfeld, Alekhine Variation, with 2.5 points each. Fourth pick GM Levan Pantsulaia ...Business World, 1 hour ago
Randy Segarra practices what he preaches. Showing that he's also adept as a player, the chess coach of De La Salle University held the fort against Belarusian Grandmasters Kirill Stupak and Vladislav Kolalev to lead the Filipinos challenge in the ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 day ago
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