Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Jabeka Chess - Indonesia

Source: Jakarta Press

JAKARTA: Georgian WGM Nana Alexandria retained a half point lead at the end of the sixth round of the US$7,000 Jababeka Women's International Chess Tournament on Monday. Alexandria, the only grand master in the 11-round event, defeated Russian Adelaida Z. at Kartika Chandra Hotel in Central Jakarta for a total of 5.5 points. Tied for second are local player Upi D. Tamin -- who beat Malaysian Roslina Marmono -- and fellow Women's International Master Jana Krivec of Slovenia. Krivec overcame another Indonesian, Lisa K. Lumongdong, the Indonesian Chess Association said in a release. In fourth on four points are Angela Khegai of Uzbekistan and Evi Lindiawati of Indonesia. Half a point behind them are 14-year-old local prodigy Irene Kharisma, who lost to Singapore's Hui Dawn on Monday, and compatriot Stefani Dian Cheri. -- JP">The Jakarta

Note: Malaysian very own NWM Roslina Marmono is also taking part in this tournament.

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