Vishwanath

  • ATC Congratulate Vishwanath Kannam for last week ATC session. As most of us in Hyderabad knows, he bets big. He aims for big prize money tournaments and won many big cash prizes. A humble and silent player from Telangana wins last week ATC title.
Vishy
Vishy Kannam Champion

A report on world schools chess championship from Albania. As you all aware of the two players from ATC playing at world event at Albania had a mixed day. One win and one loss.

ATC players played on top boards. Tarun lost to a top seeded and Trisha made a comfortable win. It is hectic here at Albania and couldn’t concentrate on ATC online Blitz. Apologies for that. We thankĀ Chessbase India for covering World Schools Chess Championships.

Tarun had a very bad throat as Muddasir bhai predicted before the start of the event about our health. It’s a very big sea beside us but can’t drink a glass of good water. You can watch the slowness of tarun in the below video and effected his game.

 

 

 

Preparing to play under 14 at world championship

Under 14 Nationals are prestigious tournament in any part of the world.(In India it is followed for under 13 nationals). Trisha made a U turn at Ahwaz, Iran. She is now playing in category C, which is for under 14yrs. She wants to focus on building under 13 players in ATC. In this process she want to set an example by winning the championship at one of the strongest tournament in Iran.

Trisha playing with kids
Trisha playing Under 14

The tournament is being played at Ahwaz, Iran. This is located at south part of Iran. The hotel we are residing at Neyshekar Hotel. It is a very good hotel. The venue of the tournament is in the same hotel. The food is delicious, but for vegans has very limited options, but for non veg lovers, it is unbelievable variety. The speciailty of Iran food is Kebabs.

Under 13 is the age group where most of the players like to participate. This is the age group where they decide whether to takeup chess as a career.

ATC players thank GM practice group on whatsapp which provided an opportunity to practice while we are in Iran. It is a nice platform, where we get an opportunity to play with senior players at absolutely zero cost. We thank Mr. Rajashekar Reddy garu for developing this concept. Hope we see more senior players come in and share their chess skills. The ATC ideology of learning chess at zero cost meets our expectations, by playing at GM practice group.

We thank irish chess players for continous support. We specially thank Ireland chess union for their encouragement. Iran tournaments will help us to play a good chess at European Individual Championships at Batumi, Georgia.

We thank Arman tournament Executive Director (We call him Arman Jhohar) for bringing us to play in Persian region.