Shet Prajwal Is The Top Seed In New Delhi

The fourth National Amateur Chess Championship is on from November 15-20, 2015 at New Delhi.

It is organised by the Delhi Chess Association. International Arbiter Sakti Prabhakar from Chennai is the chief arbiter.

The Amateur Chess Championships are played for those with less than 2000 Elo. The top finishers will be eligible to represent India in the Asian and World Amateur Chess Championships.

Tmt HallA total of 296 players including one Candidate Master have entered in this edition. The time control is 60 minutes per game with an increment of 30-seconds from move one.

P Shet Prajwal of Karnataka is the top seed with a rating of 1982. He is followed by Chauhan Joy (Guj) Elo 1978 and Bakshi Rutuja (Mah) with Elo 1976.

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