49th National Women’s Chess Championship 2023

49th National Women’s Chess Championship 2023: The game of chess began from 30 June-2023 to 11 July 2023.

Ahmedabad, Gujarat: The prestigious Indian Women’s Chess Championship 2023 is currently underway at the esteemed Rajpath Club Ltd. on S.G. Highway. As the city embraces the spirit of chess, participants from across the country have converged upon Ahmedabad to compete in this high-stakes tournament.

The Rajpath Club, known for its elegant ambiance and world-class facilities, is abuzz with excitement as the chess prodigies showcase their strategic brilliance on the 64 squares. The venue provides the perfect backdrop for this thrilling event, ensuring a conducive environment for concentration and intense battles of intellect.

Organized by the All India Chess Federation (AICF), the Indian Women’s Chess Championship 2023 has attracted a stellar lineup of talented players, each eager to leave their mark on the tournament. Seasoned Women Grandmasters (WGMs) and promising young contenders have come prepared to exhibit their mettle and stake their claim for the championship title.

The reigning champion, Divya Deshmukh, enters the championship as the favorite, carrying the weight of expectations on her shoulders. Known for her precision and strategic acumen, she has dominated the chess scene in recent years, solidifying her position as a force to be reckoned with. However, she will face fierce competition from a strong field of opponents who are determined to challenge her supremacy.

The participants have left no stone unturned in their preparations, diligently honing their skills and analyzing their opponents’ strategies. Each move on the board carries significance, as the players calculate their moves with utmost precision, constantly searching for an opportunity to gain an advantage.

The Indian Women’s Chess Championship 2023 is not only a battle of individual brilliance but also a testament to the progress and inclusivity of the sport in India. It showcases the immense talent of women in chess and highlights the increasing recognition and support for women’s chess at the national level.

The tournament has garnered significant attention from chess enthusiasts and fans, who are eagerly following the matches both on-site and through online platforms. The electrifying atmosphere at Rajpath Club is a testament to the growing popularity of chess in India, with spectators witnessing intense and nail-biting encounters unfold before their eyes.

As the championship progresses, spectators can expect thrilling twists, captivating endgames, and moments of brilliance that define the sport. The players’ determination, strategic prowess, and unwavering focus will undoubtedly create a captivating spectacle for chess enthusiasts.

The Indian Women’s Chess Championship 2023 not only showcases the talent and achievements of the participants but also serves as a source of inspiration for aspiring chess players, especially young girls. The tournament aims to encourage more women to take up the sport and pursue their passion for chess, contributing to the overall growth and development of women’s chess in India.

With each move made, the participants inch closer to victory, leaving an indelible mark on the chessboard and etching their names in Indian chess history. As the Indian Women’s Chess Championship 2023 continues to captivate audiences in Ahmedabad, the nation eagerly awaits the crowning of the new champion and looks forward to witnessing the remarkable feats of these extraordinary women chess players.

The top 20 ranked players of India for the chess are as follows:

SL. No.Name of the payers
1WGMDivya Deshmukh
2IMPadmini Rout
3IMKulkarni Bhakti
4WGMGomes,Mary Ann
5IMKaravade, Eesha
6IMSoumya, Swaminathan
7WIMSharma, Isha
8WGMPratyusha, Bodda
9WIMMahalakshmi, M
10WGMSrija, Seshadri
11WIMChitlange, Sakshi
12WIMSalonika, Saina
13IMMohota, Nisha
14WIMVishwa, Vasnawala
15WIMArpita, Mukherjee
16WFMDhyana, Patel
17WFMNimmy, A.G.
18WGMVarshini, V
19WIMBommini, Mounika Akshaya
20WFMSaranya, J

Result is awaited on 11 July 2023.



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