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Kartavya Anadkat dominates 5th Ayodhana Rating Open 2023 with a perfect 9/9

by Shahid Ahmed - 25/07/2023

Kartavya Anadkat scored a perfect 9/9 to win 5th Ayodhana Rating Open 2023. He finished a massive 1.5 points ahead of the field. Five players - Indrajeet Mahindrakar, Naitik R Mehta, Rupam Mukherjee, Tanmay Rajbongshi and Mohit Kumar Soni scored 7.5/9 each. They were placed second to sixth respectively according to tie-breaks. The total prize fund of the tournament was ₹350000. The top three prizes were ₹55000, ₹30000 and ₹20000 each respectively. This is Kartavya's seventh tournament triumph of the year. After winning this event, he won a one-day rapid open tournament. As of this writing, he is fighting for the championship at SLAN 1st Rating Open 2023. Photos: Sujaul Hazarika/Chess Players Parents' Forum, Guwahati, Assam

Kartavya continues his winning spree

Kartavya Anadkat (GUJ) won over a dozen tournaments in 2022. This year also, he is planning to do the same. After making a 8/8 start, he gained a full point lead heading into the final round. His opponent, top seed, IM Srijit Paul (WB) did not turn up. Thus, he got a walk over and won the tournament, finishing 1.5 points ahead of the field. The tournament is organized by Chess Players Parent's Forum, Guwahati, Assam. The parents forum must be applauded for organizing a rating tournament for the fifth edition with a great prize fund to create an opportunity for the talents of Assam to play against strong players from various parts of the country. One can only hope that this will inspire more parents of various states to come together and organize open rating tournaments like these.

Top 3 (L to R) - 1st Kartavya Anadkat 9/9, 3rd Naitik R Mehta 7.5/9 and 2nd Indrajeet Mahindrakar 7.5/9

Kartavya Anadkat scored a perfect 9/9 and gained 20.8 Elo rating points

Inauguration Ceremony

Parents and accompanying persons

Open tournament means any player can face anyone

Visually challenged players in action

Top boards

Defending champion, Arpan Das had a tough event

Glimpses of the tournament hall

Trophies for the top three finishers

Trophies and medals for the prize winners

Arbiters team

A total of 330 players including an IM took part from various states across the country in this six-day nine-round Swiss League Rating Open tournament. The event was organized by Chess Players Parents' Forum, Guwahati, Assam at Assam Down Town University in Guwahati, Assam from 11th and 16th July 2023. The time control of the event was 90 minutes + 30 seconds increment from move no.1.

Final standings

Rk.SNoNameTypsexGrFEDRtgClub/CityPts. TB1  TB2  TB3 
12Anadkat KartavyaIND2124Gujarat953,557,557,00
210Mahindrakar IndrajeetIND1949Maharastra7,5525543,50
311Mehta Naitik RIND1891Gujarat7,5505545,00
420Rupam MukherjeeIND1782West Bengal7,5505443,25
526Tanmay RajbongshiU13NEIND1709Assam7,549,553,543,00
614Mohit Kumar SoniIND1829Bihar7,5495242,75
71IMSrijit PaulIND2379West Bengal75458,542,50
87Santu MondalIND2014CCSCSB7545741,75
99Kumar GauravIND1991Bihar7535640,75
1043Shourya PaulU15IND1583West Bengal7515539,50
1116Pradeep TiwariIND1821DASCB7505438,00
1230Anurag JaiswalIND1687West Bengal748,55338,75
1315Balkishan A.IND1826Karnataka746,550,534,25
1421Manthan Kashyap DattaNEIND1775Assam7464734,00
1525Nirab Jyoti BordoloiS50NEIND1721Assam744,54836,00
165Imocha LaishramS50NEIND2035Assam744,547,534,00
178Arpan DasIND2007West Bengal6,551,55637,00
183Dhrupad KashyapNEIND2080Assam6,5515637,75
1936Snehaal RoyU15NEIND1657Assam6,549,55135,75
2019Soni KrishanIND1803CCSCSB6,5495336,00
216Singh Y. DhanabirNEIND2033Manipur6,5495335,75
2249Dhruv PhukanNEIND1535Assam6,547,550,531,75
2338Akshat NegiIND1636Delhi6,5475034,25
2418Kushal Bharat BagadiaNEIND1811Assam6,5475034,00
2528Abhrojyoty NathU15NEIND1697Assam6,5475032,25
2613Singh Soram RahulNEIND1865Assam6,54650,535,00
2748Ayush DasIND1544West Bengal6,54650,532,25
2842Sahil BheronIND1591Haryana6,5464934,25
2927Mrinmoy RajkhowaU13NEIND1707Assam6,5464833,25
3023Gaurav DasIND1757West Bengal6,5464830,25

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