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Subhajit wins the Online Chess Grand Finale in style with massive 40 points

Subhajit Dhar of Guwahati finishes the grand finale of 7 days online cash prize chess tournament which concluded on 17th Nov 2019 at 23:20 hours. Dhar scored a massive 40 points in the 80 minutes long cerebral battle. This series was the first of it's kind of online professional chess which could never be envisioned avant. The ambitieux project was commenced on 11th Nov 2019 under the aegis of Good Knight Chess Club an immensely popular organization known for it's digital footprints. The online chess series witnessed a huge enrollment of 75 players throughout the country. Many renowned international rated chess players battled in this digital playground including IM Somak Palit, Trailokya Nanda, Rajiv Dhar, Vishnu Dev Yadav & Shiv Kumar Sharma etc. The entry fee for the entire series was just Rs. 250 whereas the entire fees collected has been utilized for delivering 100 number of cash prizes to 38 prize winners. Having successfully concluded the series, an extremely delighted spokesperson of Good Knight Chess Club stated that they could not have paved the way to success without the relentless support of some great hearted people like Khanindra Barman, Rintu Brahma, Bibendu Das, Rakesh Chakravorty, Bidyut Bikash Handique, Pallab Gohain and many others who cannot be listed all due to restrictions on space. Some of the top position holders of the Grand Finale are:
Subhajit Dhar, Guwahati : 40 points

Chayan Palit, Cachar : 34 points
Rakesh Chakraborty, Jorhat : 32 points

Amlan Mahanta, Guwahati : 30 points

Trailokya Nanda, Jorhat : 30 points
Best Veteran Player of the tournament
Saugata Dutta, Tinsukia
Best unrated player outside Assam
Abhishek Shrivastava, Chhattisgarh
Special Prizes for U10 players
Abhranil Buragohain, Dibrugarh
Parikshit Bhowmick, Tinsukia
Hridhant Sharma, Tinsukia
Genessa Deysarkar, Tinsukia

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  1. Congratulations to Subhajit for winning the Online Chess Grand Finale with an impressive 40 points! It goes to show that consistent practice and study are how to get good at Chess.

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