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The nest of Bangladesh fell from the top position in Thailand’s chess

On Tuesday, April 16, 2024,
Bangladesh’s Nid fell from top to second in Thailand’s chess
after defeating India’s Grandmaster MR Latit Babu in the third round. Bangladesh’s fidemaster Manon Reza Nid jointly topped the table at the 21st Bangkok Chess Club Open held in Thailand. However, after losing in the next round, the chess of Bangladesh Navy has dropped to two.

At the end of the fourth round of the game, Neer is in second place with 14 players with 3 and a half points in 4 games. Fidemaster Manon Reza Neer drew with India’s international master LR Srihari in the fourth round of play held on Tuesday.

After the fourth round of the game, the international master of Bangladesh Biman Abu Sufian Shakil and Fidemaster Md. Taibur Rahman scored two and a half points, Fidemaster Naim Haque got two points and Tasreek Saihan Shan of Uttara Central Chess Club got one point.

In the fourth round, international master Abu Sufian Shakeel defeated female fidemaster Mejia Jerry Anne of the Philippines and Tasrik Sayhan Shan also defeated Larsen Hans Hazen of Denmark. Md. Taibur Rahman drew with India’s VG Pavan Karthikeya. Naim Haq received a half point bye in round A.