Trisha won the Championship

Trisha won the Championship category C of Karun cup. The participants are of under 14. Trisha top seeded. It was a tough decision for her as Tarun is playing in B category. Trisha has to play C because they don’t want to play each other. Iranian players are very tuf and past experience of Tarun loosing 52 points in Irans first tournament looks scary. Choosing a tournament is very important for a chess player. He or She should take individual decision rather then informed decisions. Chess player need to consider his or her individual circumstances rather then think about his coach or parents decisions.

Arbiters are strict in Iran. As you all know, we have very little experience on writing skills. The two arbiters were back on me from day 1. I’ve never seen such a strict arbiters in my life. In one of the game, which I played, Aribiter marked one illegal for not writing notation properly. I don’t know whether it is rule by FIDE.

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Trisha Tarun finds Aribiters are strict at Iran

Trisha won the Championship at the end of 8th round, still one round to spare. She received 10 million Rials. Our next stop is at Mashhad. The tournament will be at Hotel Hyatt, one of the top most hotel in Iran. It is going to be a big chess festival in Iran. We are bit nervous flying from Ahwaz to Mashhad because few days ago one of the Iran flight crashed and 66 passengers died. Fingers crossed, we reached safe to Mashhad.

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Flight from Ahwaz to Mashhad

 

 

6 thoughts on “Trisha won the Championship”

  1. Dear friends, nice brother and sister, congratulations to all of you.
    As quoted by Churchill, wictory is not the final way , your courage for continuing is worth and hope winner in next tournament in Mashhad. Wish best as always for your kind family .
    Regards .
    Ebo

  2. Step by step. Encourages to achive the next goal. But try to reach the highest dream. It should not be less than the world champion. Going in the right direction. Be confident and you will.
    Best of luck.

    1. Thank you Sir, young players like us need your guidance and learned a lot playing with you…Trisha

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