Chess Rapid Youth Tournament #15 at Blue Parrot Bangkok

Thank you all for joining our August Chess Tournament at Blue parrot!
It was a blast!

Don’t hesitate to check our upcoming camps and tournaments!


As usual you can find all the tournament pictures and videos on Google Photos:
>> link to google photos <<

Trophies & Medals

👑 Tournament podium 👑

🏆 1st: Menachem (Mendy) Mendel Raviv
🏆 2nd: Aiden Choi
🏆 3rd: Supridi (Dee) Ampornklinkeaw

Note: The winner of the tie break for the 1st place (5min + 3sec/move) was Mendy

🌟 U6 category 🌟

🥇 1st: Nasutee (Tee) Jaruphongsa
🥈 2nd: Jaian Sharma

🌟 U8 category 🌟

🥇 1st: Evie Choi
🥈 2nd: Shuoshuo Qiu
🥉 3rd: Alexei Yeagershporin

🌟 U10 category 🌟

🥇 1st: Itamar Katzer
🥈 2nd: M’Aloh Dushime
🥉 3rd: Supanat (Krit) Teeraprawatekul

🌟 U12 category 🌟

🥇 1st: Kavin Nair
🥈 2nd: Pheemmapat (Mickey) Siripanichwattana
🥉 3rd: Marius Delpech

U6 = born before 1st January 2017
U8 = born before 1st January 2015
U10 = born before 1st January 2013
U12 = born before 1st January 2011

Tournament crosstable after Round 7

Chess-results link

Best tournament performances


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Evie winner of U8 category did an amazing tournament showing us some beautiful games. Even losing a game on time against one of the favorite of the tournament Evie succeeded to finish with 5 points out of 7, equal with the 3rd place. Congratulations Evie for your good games and positive spirit!

Despites a difficult last 3 rounds M’Aloh shown great games, defeating Evie in round 1 and ending up 13th of the tournament! Congratulations again for your performance and for your fast improvements! Keep it up!

Tournament Team

Sébastien Ferrand
Alexandre Lambrescak


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