Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Scottish Success at the British Championship Festival

Some fantastic results for the Scottish Contingent at the British Online Championships

Women's Championship won by Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant with a perfect 7/7!

Special mention to Florence Wilson for qualifying for the Final!

Freddy Gordon won the U10 Standardplay, Bliz and Rapidplay!

Andrew Todd won both the U1700 and U1700 Rapidplay

Best Scot by position

Open - 4th Matthew Turner
Open Rapidplay - 2nd Matthew Turner
Womens Championship - 1st Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant
Womens Rapidplay - 2nd Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant
Womens Blitz - 13th Alice Lampard
O50 Championship - 6th Rabindra Paul
U8 Standard - 9th Rithvik Ambattu
U8 Blitz - 7th Rithvik Ambattu
U10 Standard - 1st Freddy Gordon
U10 Rapidplay - 1st Freddy Gordon
U10 Blitz - 1st Freddy Gordon
U12 Blitz - 14th Ishan Kumar
U14 Standard - 9th Sanjith Madhaven
U14 Rapidplay - 5th Sanjith Madhaven
U14 Blitz - 10th Sanjith Manhaven
U16 Standard - 11th Joe Cunningham
U16 Rapidplay - 6th James Hartman
U16 Blitz - 6th James Hartman
U18 Standard - 5th Jonathan McKay
U18 Rapidplay - 5th Jonathan McKay
Major Open Rapid - 14th Sanjeev Kumar
U2000 Standard - 6th Rishi Vijaykumar
U2000 Rapidplay - 12th Rishi Vijaykumar
U1700 Standard - 1st Andrew Todd
U1700 Standard - 1st Andrew Todd
U1400 Standard - 17th Florence Wilson
U1400 Rapidplay - 26th Mark Smith

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Posted on: 03-01-2021
Categories: News