Month: October 2009

  • Bahamas bids to host Sub-Zonals!

    Chess Federation Set To Host 2010 Caribbean Sub Zonal Championships by Bernard Newbold The Bahamas Chess Federation (BCF) on Thursday during a press conference held at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture officially announced that they will host the 2010 Caribbean Chess Sub Zonal Tournament. BCF president Kean Smith…

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  • Kenya-Netherlands Internet match!

    Like many African nations, Kenya is one with an interesting history. However, their chess history is a bit less storied. Kenya has a small community, but the passion runs high. As part of an ongoing initiative to ignite excitement in Kenya, a friendly match was proposed. Mehul Gohil of the…

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  • Kighiga takes Nigerian Open

    Kigigha Dethrones Adebayo at NBL Chess By Femi Solaja World Chess Olympiad debutant, Bomo Kighiga, is the new king of Nigerian chess at list for the next one year, after a hard victory at the just concluded 32nd Nigeria Breweries International Open Chess Championship which was held at the Media…

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  • SPICE Cup finishes on exciting note!

    The 2009 SPICE Cup features two groups and the competition was fierce. Group “B: featured a group of hungry lions vying for norms and/or titles. IM Ray Robson (right) was a GM norm hopeful and made a good run before being held by FM Daniel Rensch in the last round.…

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