Fide Master Minhaz Uddin Ahmed warranted his third as good as final International Master (IM) normal when he kick Golam Mostofa in a tenth turn of a Walton 37th National Chess Championship yesterday.
Minhaz won a second normal in a Grand Masters’ Chess Tournament in India’s Andhra Pradesh final month whilst in 2008 he warranted his initial IM normal in a National Chess Championship. He is now corner third in a ongoing championship with 7 points.
In a alternative matches of a day during a Bangladesh Olympic Association Media Hall, Mohammadan Sporting Club’s Grand Master Ziaur Rahman degraded Titas Club’s Shafiq Ahmed to say his tip upon all sides with 9.5 points, inching towards winning a title.
The tournament’s many comparison Grand Master Niaz Murshed remained in second upon all sides with 8 points after defeating Destiny’s Fide Master Deboraj. Biman’s IM Abu Sufian Shakil degraded Pritom-Prism Chess Club’s Sohel Chowdhury. As a result, Shakil was additionally in a third place with Minhaz.
Today, Deboraj will face Zia, Minhaz will face Sohel Chowdhury, Shakil will face Mahfuz, Mehdi Hasan will face Mahtab Uddin, Shafiq will face Mostafa, as good as Javed will face Monir in a 11th turn matches during a same venue.
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