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The 2019 Asian Continental Championship is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 6-16 June in Xingtai, China. The top 5 qualify for the 2019 World Cup. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one. Vietnamese GM Le Quang Liem won the Asian Continental Championship by beating the leader S. P. Sethuraman of India in the last round to clinch first place in Xingtai, a city in the province of Hebei, Northern China (“bei” is Chinese for North. Beijing is “Northern .

Apr 04, 2019 · Asian Continental Chess Championships (Open & women) 2019 April 4, 2019 nanda Additional Players / Accompanying persons who are interested to take part in the forthcoming Asian Continental Chess Championship to be held at Xingtai, China from 06 to 16 June,2019 are requested to complete the registration on or before 24.04.2019 using our online portal. GM Darwin Laylo finished in 7 th place in the 2007 Asian Chess Championship (rule at that time was that Top 10 qualify), Cebu and earned a place in the 2007 World Chess Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk.

Jun 17, 2019 · Former world blitz champion Le Quang Liem scored one of the biggest wins of his career by winning the Asian Continental Championship in Xingtai, China. The Vietnamese number one defeated overnight leader S.P. Sethuraman of India in the last Author: Rakesh Kulkarni. The Asian Continental Chess Championship kicked off on Monday, December 10th, 2018, in the city of Makati in Manila, Philippines. The nine-round Swiss, besides determining the Asian Champion, also serves as a qualifier to the 2019 FIDE World Cup — the top five finishers will book their seats to .

After a tough start, the super GMs at the Asian Continental Chess Championship finally made their way to the top of the leaderboard. Six rounds into the event, Wei Yi, Wang Hao and Vidit Gujrathi shared the tournament lead alongside Surya Ganguly, SP Sethuraman, Nodirbek Abdusattorov, Nguyen Ngoc Troung Son and Amin Tabatabaei. GM Murali Karthikeyan of India grabbed solo lead with 5.5 points after six rounds of the Asian Continental Chess Championship in Xingtai, China. In the women’s division top seed Danara Saduakassova of Kazakhstan and Irene Sukandar of Indonesia share the lead with 5 .