Udaipur’s four chess masters become National Arbiter


Udaipur’s four chess masters become National Arbiter

Four Chess masters of Udaipur are succeeded in clearing The Senior Arbiter examination and recieved the title of Senior National Arbiter by All India Chess Federation. The exam was organized by Maharashtra Chess Association at Nagpur on 3rd January 2016.

 
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Udaipur’s four chess masters become National Arbiter

Four Chess masters of Udaipur are succeeded in clearing The Senior Arbiter examination and received the title of Senior National Arbiter by All India Chess Federation. The exam was organized by Maharashtra Chess Association at Nagpur on 3rd January 2016.

Rajiv Bhardwaj, president of Chess in Lakecity, a local chess organization of Udaipur informed that, Neelesh Kumawat, Vikas Sahu, Manish Chandaliya and Yogesh Hinger all from Udaipur passed the exam and got the prestigious title of Senior National Arbiter.

45 participants from Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, M.P., Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal participated. There was a doubt clearing session held in the morning of the day and then the exam in the afternoon. IA R. Anantharam, Chairman of Arbiters’ Commission, AICF and Councillor of Arbiters’ Commission, FIDE was the resource person. He elaborated the important aspects of Laws of chess, rating regulations and title regulations.

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