Madhurima jumps to sole lead

Opting for Scotch game, Madhurima exhibited sheer end game skills to overpower her higher rated Tamilnadu rival in 43 moves.

Meanwhile other overnight joint leaders Tejaswini Sagar of Maharahstra and M Mahalakshmi of Tamilnadu shook their hands after first time control of 40 moves, signaling a draw on result.

In other important fourth round encounters, top seed Chandika Divyasree of escaped from the claws of defeat to split the point against Harini S of Tamilnadu while Swati Mohota of West Bengal outwitted second seed Rucha Pujari of Maharahstra in closely contested game.

Third seed Nimmy A G of Kerala got better off team mate Meenu Rajendran and paired with Madhurima on top board for the fifth round which is now underway at the time of report.

  

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Madhurima jumps to sole lead

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Opting for Scotch game, Madhurima exhibited sheer end game skills to overpower her higher rated Tamilnadu rival in 43 moves.

Meanwhile other overnight joint leaders Tejaswini Sagar of Maharahstra and M Mahalakshmi of Tamilnadu shook their hands after first time control of 40 moves, signaling a draw on result.

In other important fourth round encounters, top seed Chandika Divyasree of escaped from the claws of defeat to split the point against Harini S of Tamilnadu while Swati Mohota of West Bengal outwitted second seed Rucha Pujari of Maharahstra in closely contested game.

Third seed Nimmy A G of Kerala got better off team mate Meenu Rajendran and paired with Madhurima on top board for the fifth round which is now underway at the time of report.

  

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Madhurima jumps to sole lead

Local hope Madhurima Shekhar took the sole lead with perfect score after defeating Michelle Catherina of Tamilnadu in the fourth round of the 39th National Women Challengers Chess Championship here today.

Opting for Scotch game, Madhurima exhibited sheer end game skills to overpower her higher rated Tamilnadu rival in 43 moves.

Meanwhile other overnight joint leaders Tejaswini Sagar of Maharahstra and M Mahalakshmi of Tamilnadu shook their hands after first time control of 40 moves, signaling a draw on result.

In other important fourth round encounters, top seed Chandika Divyasree of escaped from the claws of defeat to split the point against Harini S of Tamilnadu while Swati Mohota of West Bengal outwitted second seed Rucha Pujari of Maharahstra in closely contested game.

Third seed Nimmy A G of Kerala got better off team mate Meenu Rajendran and paired with Madhurima on top board for the fifth round which is now underway at the time of report.

  
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