Chinese Taipei Holds First FIDE Rating Tournament Print
Thursday, 26 July 2007 00:00
The Chinese Taipei Chess Association held its first FIDE Rating tournament under the guidance of FIDE General Secretary Ignatius Leong as Chief Arbiter. The Asia Dragons Invitational Chess Tournament was held 9-16 July 2007 at the National Sports Training Centre, Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei. Chan Wei-Xuan Timothy of Singapore won the 12-player round robin with 10.5 points followed by Lee Kiyul of Korea with 8.5 points. Jung Ho Jin of Korea and Chan Wei-Yi Victoria of Singapore tied at 8 points each. . The Chinese Taipei Chess Association held its first FIDE Rating tournament under the guidance of FIDE General Secretary Ignatius Leong as Chief Arbiter. The Asia Dragons Invitational Chess Tournament was held 9-16 July 2007 at the National Sports Training Centre, Kaohsiung, Chinese Taipei. Chan Wei-Xuan Timothy of Singapore won the 12-player round robin with 10.5 points followed by Lee Kiyul of Korea with 8.5 points. Jung Ho Jin of Korea and Chan Wei-Yi Victoria of Singapore tied at 8 points each.





Winners of the Asia Dragons U16, from left, 5th placer Tim Liao (TPE), 4th Jung Ho Jin (KOR), 3rd Victoria Chan (SIN), 2nd Lee Kiyul (KOR) and 1st Timothy Chan (SIN) with FIDE General Secretary Ignatius Leong.



 
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