Posts Tagged ‘Women’

3rd Enerpac Junior Masters Star Wars, Bekasi 2005

Sandy Kurniawan, 2005 U20 National Champion, won the open section while Gerhana Ch Kartina dominated the girls. It was worth noting that many talented young players swarmed the event. Surya, Satibi, Gokok, Taufanadhie, Priambodo, Masruri, Gerhana, Yemi, and Chelsie all soon became national champions in their respective age group.

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Sofia Polgár Matches, Jakarta 1996

IM Sofia Polgár played three best Indonesian women chess players WIM Maria Lucia Ratnasari Sulistya, WIM Upi Darmayana Tamin, and WIM Lisa Karlina Lumongdong. Despite rating gaps, Sofia failed to play up to her billing. She managed to beat Upi Tamin but failing to win the others. She even slumped to defeat to Lisa Lumongdong.

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Who Won Indonesia National Championships?

We in IndonesiaBase are still working on Indonesia National Championships facts and games. Let us know if you find something incorrect or missing. GM Ardiansyah is holding the record by winning the title five times but GM Susanto Megaranto most possibly would break the record sooner or later.

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21st Indonesia National Women Championship, Batam 2006

WFM Irene Kharisma Sukandar marked her era in Indonesian women chess by winning the event in convincing fashion. This was her first national champion title. Many pundits predicted that her reign as Indonesian Chess Queen would be untouchable for many years to come since she was only fourteen years old at that time.

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Irene Sukandar-Sopiko Guramishvili Match, Jakarta 2004

WFM Sopiko Guramishvili entered the event as the runner up of Girls World Youth Chess Championship U12 2003 at Halkidiki, Greece. Irene Sukandar placed herself at 6-9 in the same event. The gap of class between these two was arguably noticeable as Guramishvili showed her domination throughout.

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Irene Sukandar-Anya Corke Match, Jakarta 2005

This event was a battle between two young players, 13-year-old WFM Irene Sukandar and 15-year-old WGM Anya Sun Corke. Despite the age difference Sukandar showed to Corke that she was more than worthy opponent. Corke leveled the scoreline after a hard fought victory in the last round. Corke then emerged as the Hong Kong number one. She has played on the first board for Hong Kong Olympiad men team.

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Jababeka Women International, Jakarta 2005

WIM Jana Krivec and WGM Nana Alexandria came out on top. Indonesia hopeful young talent WFM Irene Kharisma Sukandar respectfully claimed third place. The experienced Sri Vidawati was supposed to be less than happy to find her self at tenth place out of 12 players. This was her last appearance in an international event to date.

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