Bangladesh easily defeated New Zealand in Chess

Bangladesh easily defeated New Zealand in Chess

Bangladesh easily defeated New Zealand in Chess Olympiad

The 44th FIDE Chess Olympiad is being held in Chennai, India.

Whereas Bangladesh defeated New Zealand by 2.5-1.5 game points in the open division in the eighth round game.

Fide Master Mehedi Hasan Parag beat New Zealand’s John Stark for Bangladesh team in the eighth round match held on Saturday.

Besides, Grandmaster Enamul Hossain Rajeev, Grandmaster Ziaur Rahman and Grandmaster Niaz Morshed respectively

drew with Fide Master Gong Daniel Hongwen, Croad Nicholas and Zay Felix of the same team.

In the open category, Bangladesh team is in 48th place with 10 points from eight games. Armenia tops with 15 points in 8 matches.

On the other hand, in the women’s division, Bangladesh lost to Turkey by 1-3 game points in this round.

In the women’s category, only female fide master Najrana

Khan Eva lost to female fide master Kosaigit Buse Naj for Bangladesh

Bangladesh easily defeated New Zealand in Chess

Women’s International Master Sharmin Sultana Shirin, Women’s Fide Master Noshin Anjum and Women’s

Candidate Master Jannatul Ferdous lost to International Master Atalik Ekaterina,

Women’s Fide Master Akuaz Duru and Women’s Candidate Master Anur Sigdem respectively.

The women’s team is ranked 71st with eight points from eight games.

Host India is on top with 15 points from 8 matches.

Bangladesh will play against Iceland in the open division in the ninth round game on Sunday.

And Bangladesh will face Iraq in women’s category.