Ni Hua., Pourkashiyan Win Asian Championships Print
Friday, 30 April 2010 23:36

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Chinese GM Ni Hua and Iranian WGM Atousa Pourkashiyan won the 9th Asian Individual Championships held 20-30 April 2010 in Subic Freeport, Philippines. Ni Hua and Pourkashiyan both scored a total of 7 points out of 9 rounds to finish alone in first in their respective Open and Women's divisions. In photo, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Administrator Armand C. Arreza (center) and National Chess Federation of the Philippines Chairman/President Prospero A. Pichay, Jr. award the runner-up trophy to local hero Wesley So.

The tournament was organized by the National Chess Federation of the Philippines (NCFP) under the auspices of FIDE and the Asian Chess Federation (ACF) and hosted by the Subic Bay Management Authority (SBMA). The top five Men qualify for the next World Cup while the Asian Women's champion qualifies for the 2012 Women's World Championship. The Asian Individual Championships are now held annually and next year's edition shall be hosted by the Iran Chess Federation.

Visit chess-results.com for results and final standings. See FIDE story on opening and visit Asian Chess Federation web site.

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At the awards ceremony are, from left, NCFP Treasurer Red Dumuk, ACF Treasurer Mehrdad Pahlevanzadeh, FIDE General Secretary Ignatius Leong, Le Quang Liem, Abhijeet Gupta, Wesley So, Ni Hua, SBMA Administrator Armand Arreza, NCFP Chairman/President Prospero A. Pichay, Jr., NCFP director Edmund Legaspi and ACF Deputy President Casto Abundo. Below are the top three women with their trophies, from right, women's champion Atousa Pourkashiyan of Iran and Chinese runner-up Ding Yixin and Wang Yu.

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Here are the final standings:

9th Asian Continental/Individual (Open)

 

 

 

 

20-30 April 2010, Subic Freeport, Philippines

 

 

 

 

Final Ranking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rank

SNo.

 

Name

Rtg

FED

Pts

RtgØ

1

3

GM

NI Hua

2667

CHN

7

2537

2

4

GM

SO Wesley

2665

PHI

2550

3

16

GM

GUPTA Abhijeet

2560

IND

2528

4

6

GM

ZHOU Jianchao

2650

CHN

2518

5

1

GM

LE Quang Liem

2689

VIE

2466

6

13

GM

YU Yangyi

2574

CHN

6

2573

7

64

 

ZENG Chongsheng

2350

CHN

6

2545

8

15

GM

DING Liren

2565

CHN

6

2539

9

8

GM

LI Chao B

2613

CHN

6

2524

10

53

 

WAN Yunguo

2424

CHN

6

2497

11

28

IM

SETHURAMAN S P

2493

IND

6

2490

12

11

GM

ZHOU Weiqi

2584

CHN

6

2446

13

74

 

YU Ruiyuan

2309

CHN

2572

14

42

FM

GOLIZADEH Asghar

2454

IRI

2536

15

38

GM

BAKRE Tejas

2465

IND

2536

16

2

GM

SASIKIRAN Krishnan

2686

IND

2515

17

71

FM

GARCIA Jan Emmanuel

2315

PHI

2498

18

19

GM

MEGARANTO Susanto

2527

INA

2492

19

12

GM

GHAEM MAGHAMI Ehsan

2575

IRI

2457

20

7

GM

NGUYEN Ngoc Truong Son

2642

VIE

2443

21

14

GM

ANTONIO Rogelio Jr

2572

PHI

2440

22

35

IM

HARIKA Dronavalli

2473

IND

2436

23

5

GM

HARIKRISHNA P

2660

IND

2427

24

29

 

XIU Deshun

2493

CHN

2419

25

10

GM

ZHANG Zhong

2603

SIN

2400

26

24

IM

KHAMRAKULOV Dzhurabek

2509

UZB

2393

27

22

GM

WEN Yang

2520

CHN

2384

28

37

IM

NGUYEN Huynh Minh Huy

2469

VIE

5

2557

29

61

 

WANG Li

2383

CHN

5

2516

30

63

FM

BATTULGA Namkhai

2357

MGL

5

2516

31

43

IM

BARBOSA Oliver

2452

PHI

5

2509

32

9

GM

GEETHA Narayanan Gopal

2604

IND

5

2503

33

39

GM

NGUYEN Anh Dung

2464

VIE

5

2496

34

45

GM

SHARAVDORJ Dashzegve

2443

MGL

5

2484

35

25

GM

GOMEZ John Paul

2507

PHI

5

2481

36

47

IM

DIMAKILING Oliver

2441

PHI

5

2453

37

18

GM

LAYLO Darwin

2527

PHI

5

2442

38

20

GM

DAO Thien Hai

2523

VIE

5

2416

39

23

IM

ADHIBAN B

2510

IND

5

2404

40

17

GM

RAHMAN Ziaur

2558

BAN

5

2402

41

33

GM

BUI Vinh

2480

VIE

5

2378

42

27

GM

AL-SAYED Mohammed

2503

QAT

5

2364

43

59

IM

YANG Kaiqi

2396

CHN

2564

44

49

IM

NGUYEN Thanh Son

2440

VIE

2529

45

55

IM

NADERA Barlo A

2405

PHI

2525

46

36

 

GUNDAVAA Bayarsaikhan

2471

MGL

2514

47

57

 

DARINI Pouria

2398

IRI

2509

48

67

 

LU Shanglei

2340

CHN

2496

49

51

IM

GOH Weiming

2426

SIN

2486

50

46

IM

KUDERINOV Kirill

2442

KAZ

2483

51

40

IM

DABLEO Ronald

2464

PHI

2436

52

30

IM

TOUFIGHI Homayoon

2491

IRI

2435

53

41

IM

GAO Rui

2464

CHN

2422

54

31

GM

SALEM A R  Saleh

2483

UAE

2390

55

54

IM

NOLTE Rolando

2420

PHI

4

2513

56

66

FM

CHAN Wei Xuan Timothy

2341

SIN

4

2504

57

62

FM

PASCUA Haridas

2358

PHI

4

2495

58

44

GM

NEELOTPAL Das

2445

IND

4

2485

59

52

IM

DUONG The Anh

2425

VIE

4

2474

60

60

 

WANG Chen

2390

CHN

4

2472

61

70

FM

HABLA Jony

2316

PHI

4

2472

62

78

FM

SEGARRA Randy

2298

PHI

4

2457

63

32

GM

TU Hoang Thong

2483

VIE

4

2419

64

75

FM

ALHUWAR Jasem

2308

UAE

4

2407

65

85

 

MARIANO Nelson Iii

2118

PHI

4

2399

66

26

GM

TORRE Eugenio

2506

PHI

4

2378

67

58

IM

GINTING Nasib

2397

INA

4

2366

68

50

 

LOU Yiping

2429

CHN

2549

69

69

WIM

PADMINI Rout

2319

IND

2439

70

34

IM

BITOON Richard

2476

PHI

2421

71

21

GM

SUNDARARAJAN Kidambi

2520

IND

2405

72

68

 

LI Hanbin

2330

CHN

2377

73

82

 

DATU Alcon John

2220

PHI

2376

74

79

 

LUMANCAS Lyndon

2289

PHI

2370

75

76

 

OLAY Edgar Reggie

2304

PHI

2348

76

77

 

CAUSO Deniel

2302

PHI

2135

77

80

 

MACALA Allan

2283

PHI

3

2524

78

56

 

SENADOR Emmanuel

2401

PHI

3

2495

79

81

 

FLORENDO Paulo James

2262

PHI

3

2448

80

83

FM

YEE Soon Wei

2209

BRU

3

2448

81

86

 

TURQUEZA Mari Joseph

2087

PHI

3

2358

82

72

FM

DE RAMOS Julius

2314

PHI

3

2355

83

89

 

GALINDO Joseph

0

PHI

3

2206

84

87

 

PAULO Bersamina

1927

PHI

2190

85

48

IM

WOHL Aleksandar H

2441

AUS

2168

86

73

 

LEGASPI Rhobel

2314

PHI

2

2436

87

65

 

LU Yijie

2349

CHN

2

2344

88

90

 

GALVAN Jesus

0

PHI

2

2201

89

88

 

DE LEON Luke Matthew

0

PHI

1

2034


9th Asian Continental/Individual (Women)

 

 

 

 

2-30 April 2010, Subic Freeport, Philippines

 

 

 

 

Final Ranking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rank

SNo.

 

Name

Rtg

FED

Pts

RtgØ

1

12

WGM

POURKASHIYAN Atousa

2292

IRI

7

2343

2

10

WFM

DING Yixin

2315

CHN

2354

3

7

IM

WANG Yu A

2335

CHN

2333

4

2

WGM

TAN Zhongyi

2464

CHN

6

2317

5

9

WGM

SUKANDAR Irine Kharisma

2316

INA

2305

6

11

WGM

NGUYEN Thi Thanh An

2309

VIE

2295

7

17

 

LKHAMSUREN Uuganbayar

2115

MGL

5

2291

8

1

WGM

JU Wenjun

2500

CHN

5

2282

9

3

IM

TANIA Sachdev

2393

IND

5

2280

10

8

WGM

HOANG Thi Bao Tram

2318

VIE

5

2245

11

14

WIM

HOANG Thi Nhu Y

2200

VIE

5

2215

12

5

WIM

MUMINOVA Nafisa

2338

UZB

5

2127

13

13

WIM

KIRAN Manisha Mohanty

2259

IND

2318

14

15

 

WANG Jue

2180

CHN

2278

15

21

 

BERNALES Christy Lamiel

2043

PHI

2254

16

4

WGM

MEENAKSHI Subbaraman

2348

IND

4

2309

17

6

WIM

PHAM Le Thao Nguyen

2338

VIE

4

2230

18

18

 

XU Huahua

2082

CHN

4

2195

19

22

WFM

DEWI Aa Citra

1945

INA

4

2191

20

20

 

SALVADOR Aices

2058

PHI

4

2155

21

16

WFM

HAKIMIFARD Ghazal

2151

IRI

2266

22

23

 

SUEDE Akiko Charmaine

1945

PHI

2

2121

23

19

WIM

MENDOZA Beverly

2078

PHI

2108

24

24

WFM

AL-ZAROUNI Kholoud Essa

1868

UAE

½

2166


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At the Zoobic Safari, with the tiger are, seated from right, Chief Arbiter Mehrdad Pahlevanzadeh, Zone 3.2 President Bharat Singh and Iran Chess Federation VP Ali Rezza. Standing are, from left, All India Chess Federation Hon. Secretary D.V. Sundar and NCFP Delegate Casto Abundo. Subic has a number of tourist attractions for players and guests.
 
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