Check out the Results of Lone Star Open Chess Championship

The 2023 Lone Star Open Chess Championship was conducted from March 17 – 19, 2023 in Houston, Texas.

Several Chess Gaja students took part in this tournament.

In the Open section, Vaseegaran, Vijay, Neil, and one other student participated.

Vassegaran scored 3 out of 5 points and maintained his rating point of 2158. One other Chess Gaja student also scored 3 out of 5 points and increased his rating from 2112 to 2121.

Vijay had a solid performance with a score of 2.5 out of 5 points and Neil scored 2 out of 5 points.

In the U2000 section, Anish and Zephaan participated in this tournament.

Anish scored 3 out of 5 points and this performance increased his rating from 1686 to 1693 and Zephaan scored 1.5 out of 5 points.

Under the 1800 section, Shriyan, Mihika, and Sahithi participated.

Shriyan tied for 3rd place with a score of 3.5 out of 5. This good performance increased his rating from 1650 to 1669.

Mihika also tied for 3rd place with a score of 3.5 out of 5 points. Notably, she won one of her games against a higher-rated player Ronald(1651). This good performance increased Mihika’s rating from 1539 to 1601 and Sahithi had a solid performance with a score of 3 out of 5 points.

Under the 1600 section, Gurugrahan, Sanmita and Aaryan participated.

Gurugrahan scored 3 out of 5 points. One of his notable performance was his win against a higher-rated player Joe(1527). This good performance increased Guru’s rating from 1358 to 1432.

Sanmitha scored 2.5 out of 5 points and this performance increased her rating from 1366 to 1367 and Aaryan had an average tournament with a score of 1 out of 5 points.

Well done to all the participants! We wish you the best of luck in your future chess tournaments.

Reach out to us for class details if you are looking to help your child become a chess champion like Texas Chess Gaja students.

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