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The chess fever is certain to grip the country as the ONGC Asian Youth Chess Championship 2009, which would be hosted by the Delhi Chess Association at ‘Tivoli Garden Resort’ from 02nd to 9th August 2009 has attracted 235 players till date with entries still pouring in. Competitions will be held in six age groups — U-8, U-10, U-12, U-14. The Asian Chess Championship is a chess tournament open to all players from Asian chess federations (FIDE zones from 3.1 to 3.7). It's held with the Swiss system and consists in two divisions, Open and Women's, the latter of which is reserved to female players.

FIDE - World Chess Federation, Online ratings, individual calculations Asian Youth Under 08 Chess Championship 2009, Delhi September 2009 India FIDE Chess Tournament details Home Chess Ratings. Asian Youth Chess Championships – a clean sweep by India By R. Anantharam, Chief Arbiter – with photos by Reza Mahdipour. The congregation of about 240 children from various countries and more than equal number of parents and coaches is not a common phenomenon in the field of chess. is a powerful and dedicated server only for chess-results. The tournament archive of contains more than 40.000 tournaments from around the world. Chess-Results Server - Asian Youth Under 14 Girls Chess Championship 2009. Her most notable achievement is winning the Asian Youth U-18 Girls Chess Championship which was held in Philippines in the year 2011. In 2012, she secured 6th rank in Asian Youth U-18 Girls Chess Championship held in Sri Lanka. In total, Pujari has represented India in seven Asian Youth Chess Championships in different categories, winning two Born: 2 July 1994 (age 25), Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India.

Asian Youth Under 10 Chess Championship 2009 - India start: 2009-08-03 more info More information: The full list of India tournaments received for September 2009. The World Youth Chess Championship is a chess competition for girls and boys under the age of 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18. Twelve world champions are crowned every year. The first predecessor of the youth championship was the Cadet Championship. It started off unofficially in 1974 in .

17-May-2009: European Youth U8 Championship 2009: Batumi, Georgia: 4-Jun-2009: 15-Jun-2009: European School Team Chess Championship 2009: Varna, Bulgaria: 11-Jun-2009: 21-Jun-2009: European Individual and Team Championship for Cadet and Junior 2009 (Rapid and Blitz) Subotica, Serbia: 10-Jul-2009: 15-Jul-2009: European Youth Team Chess.