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MANGALORE: IM Thejkumar of South Western Railway, with eight points, maintained his half-point lead at the end of the ninth round of the Mangalore FIDE-rated open chess tournament here on Thursday.
The defending champion drew with S. Satyapragyan of Indian Airlines in 19 moves.
Important results (ninth round): Thejkumar (S.W. Rly., 8) drew with S. Satyapragyan (IA, 7.5); Neelotpal Das (ONGC, 7.5) drew with R.R. Laxman (RICF, 7); M.B. Muralidharan (Ker, 6.5) lost to Praveen Thipsay (Mah, 7.5); Rahul Sangma (Del, 6.5) lost to Varugeese Koshy (ONGC, 7.5); B.S. Shivananda (Kar, 7.5) bt M. Kunal (TN, 6.5); T.U. Navin Kanna (TN, 7.5) bt A. Balkishan (Kar, 6.5); O.T. Anilkumar (Ker, 7) drew with B.T. Murali Krishna (S. Rly, 6.5).
Sriram Sarja (Kar, 7) bt P. Maheswaran (TN, 6); Arjun Tiwari (W. Rly, 6.5) drew with Amardeep Bartakke (W. Rly, 6.5); N. Niranjan (Kar, 6.5) drew with N. Sudhakar Babu (IB, 6.5); D.P. Singh (S. Rly, 6.5) drew with Shardul Gagare (Mah, 6.5); Shashikant Kutwal (W. Rly, 6.5); drew with M. Vinoth Kumar (TN, 6.5); Ravi Gopal Hegde (UBI, 6) lost to C.R.G. Krishna (AP, 7); Dave Kantilal (Raj, 6) lost to Meghan Gupte (Mah, 7); M.G. Gahan (Kar-DK, 7) bt Sohan Phadke (Mah, 6).
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