In the second round of Asian Continental Chess Championship Manny Pacquiao Cup 2013 in Pasay City, Manila, Philippines, three young Indonesian chess players triumphed. Anastasia Ardiani WFM Dewi Citra (19), Nadya Anggraeni believer (17), and WFM Dita Karenza (13) each got one point after beating his opponents.
The image that is rated 2155 beat Sultana Sharmin Shirin (2005) from Bangladesh. Image opponent does have a lower rating and not have a degree. The image is more favored in the second half. Are also encouraging, Nadya (1854) defeated WIM Bernadette Galas of the Philippines that has a higher rating, 2045.
As for Dita (1821) conquered Jedara Docena (2019) from the Philippines. Citra, Nadya, and Dita lost in the first round, last Saturday. There are six women chess players are sent to this championship. Three others are Medina Warda Aulia WIM, WIM Chelsie Monica Sihite, and Yemi Jelsen. Unfortunately, all three lost in the second round.
Medina and Yemi also lost in the first round, but Chelsie win. That means, four of the six young chess players on one point in the two innings. As for the two other chess players still zero. There are still seven rounds to be played. Opportunity is still wide open to add points.
In the men’s draw, five chess players reap the mussels. One chess player wins, the Hamdani Rudin. As for chess players who lose are Joseph Theolifus Taher. Here’s the list: 1. Yoseph Theolifus Taher (0) lost to GM John Paul Gomez (2511) of the Philippines; 2. IM Farid Shah Word (2369) mussels versus GM Krishnan Sasikiran (2669) of India; 3. GM Susanto Megaranto (2531) mussels against Bai Jinshi (2369) of China; 4. Masruri Rahman (2165) draw with IM Kirill Kuderinov (2442) of Kazakhstan; 5. Ervan Mohamad (2162) mussels against Gombosuren Munkhgal FM (2427) from Mongolia; 6. CM Ali Muhammad Lutfi (2246) mussels against FM Tran Tuan Minh (2399) of Vietnam; 7. FM Hamdani Rudin (2341) beat Adelardo Pagente (1906) from the Philippines.