Thirteen-time Philippine Open champion Grandmaster Rogelio “Joey” Antonio Jr. will defend his title in the 2019 Lifecore Enterprises Open Chess Championships set at the Bulwagang Panlalawgian, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro on September 15.
Gaticales, also a director of the Philippine Executives Chess Association (PECA), said support from both public and private sector are necessary to discover and develop another super GM, who can follow the footsteps of So. #chess
The 1982 Philippine Junior Champion and 1982 Asian Junior third placer won the gold medal with undefeated record 6.5 points on six wins and a draw in seven outings.
Doroy, Derotas, and Reyes playing under the banner of National University chess team under the watchful eye of team manager Samson Go and coach United States chess master Jose “Jojo” Aquino Jr. #chess
“Gusto ko po talagang maging GM — maging next Wesley So or Eugene Torre, kung pu-pwede. Yun po pangarap ko,” – John Marvin Miciano #Chess
“We do this to promote chess in the grass roots level and discover future chess talents,” said Barangay Salapan chairman Charles “Ayie” Tejoso. #chess
The search for the most Filipino young chess wizard dubbed as the 2019 National Youth and Schools Chess Championships will kick off with the Mindanao leg on March 16 to 18 at the Gaisano Grand Citi Gate, Buhangin in Davao City, tournament director International Arbiter (IA) James Infiesto and Fide National Arbiter (FNA) Joseph Gener “Jojo” Palero revealed. #chess
The Philippine National Police (PNP) chess team seeks revenge against the powerhouse of Philippine Army Chess Team when the AFP-PNP-PCG Olympics 2018 Chess Team Championships gets underway on Monday (October 22, 2018) at the PNP Sports Center in Camp Crame, Quezon City.
Jea Pcholuo Abalo, Clyde Harris Saraos and Jayson Salubre spearheaded the champions in the recently held 2018 Barroso Chess Cup, NCFP rated event at the Bukidnon State University (BSU) Gymansium in Malaybalay City, Bukidnon on Saturday.
Woman FIDE Master Shania Mae Mendoza and Woman International Master Bernadette Galas pulled off shock wins as the Philippines carved out a 2-2 draw with higher-ranked England after five rounds of the 43rd World Chess Olympiad in Batumi, Georgia Friday night.