Results of Sunday Swiss Tournament in Texas, USA!

Three of our Chess Gaja students participated in the Sunday Swiss Tournament held on March 27 in Houston, Texas. Vijay Anandh Srinivas performed extraordinarily and scored a 100% in the tournament. He scored 3/3 and secured first place in the tournament. His extraordinary performance made him gain a rating of 45. This made Vijay move from 1855 to 1900 rating points, making him break the 1900 rating barrier for the first time in his career!

Mihika Krishnan played strong to score 1.5/3 in the tournament and gained 4 rating points. Anish Krishnan had an okayish tournament as he scored 1/3 in the Sunday Swiss Tournament.

Wishing the very best to all of them for all the upcoming tournaments.

Chess Gaja is happy to see strong performances from our students from different countries. If you are a Chess Gaja student and would like your performance to be published in our blogs, please email us the tournament details and your performance with a picture to [email protected]

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