IM Somak Palit steals the show with 100% score in Phase 1 of the Grand Weekly Online Cash Prize Chess Tournament

International Master Somak Palit aggregates yet another feather to his crown by winning phase-I of the Grand Weekly Online Cash Prize Chess Tournament which flagged off on 11th Nov 2019 at the behest of Good Knight Chess Club. IM Palit secured 1st place indiscusso with a perfect score of 100% win. His participation has set a new dimension to online professional chess which is commodiously a new concetto in India. In the history of chess North East India is witnessing something completely new, something never thought before. This initiative will surely exalt the amount of enthusiasm amongst the budding & amateur chess players of India. A total of 52 players hailing from different parts of India participated in the Phase-I including one International Master Somak Palit & 2 State Champions Rajiv Dhar & Soram Rahul Singh. Still 6 more tournaments to go in this week it is well anticipated that several new players will catch up. Top 5 profiles of the already concluded Phase-I are :-
IM Somak Palit - 44 points

Rintu Brahma - 32 points

Syed Jahan Hussain - 26 points
Bidyut Bikash Handique - 24 points

Priyangshu Mazumder - 23 points 
Top 20 position holders are as follows:- (1) IM Somak Palit, (2) Rintu Brahma, (3) Syed Jahan Hussain, (4) Bidyut Bikash Handique, (5) Priyangshu Mazumder, (6) Cheniram Pegu, (7) Samaritan Dutta, (8) Saqib Alom, (9) Rakesh Chakravorty, (10) Chayan Palit, (11) Ripon Sarkar, (12) Mrinmoy Rajkhowa, (13) Vishnu Dev Yadav, (14) Durlov Nanda, (15) Neelabh Borthakur, (16) Kirison Engti, (17) Mayur Krishna Hazarika, (18) SP Deysarkar, (19) Abhash Roimya Saikia & (20) Alok Barman


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