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Halsagar begins well

MANGALORE: Top seed Chincholimath Halsagar of Belgaum defeated Damesh on the top board in the Karnataka State under-25 chess championship which started here at Bharaitya Vidya Bhavan on Sunday.

On the second board, Santosh Kashyap humbled Girish Reddy in 31 moves.

The results (first round):

Damesh (0) lost to Chincholimath Halsagar (1), Santoshkashyap (1) bt Girish Reddy (0), Hermon Dain Saldanha (0) lost to Augustin A (1).

Sameer Ghotane (1) bt Naresh B (0), Prajwal B V (0) lost to Ganesh Kumar (1), Varma Shabdhik (1) bt M. Praveen Kumar (0).

Ranjan Kotian (0) lost to Praveen Kamath (1), Shalon Joanne Pais (0.5) drew with Seema Melita Crasta (0.5).

T.S. Srinivasan (0) lost to Nikhilesh M. Holla (1) Eulalia A.J. Pereira (1) bt Swati Shetty (0).

P.J. Ullas (0) lost to Alwyn Roy Miranda (1) Pavan P. Bhat (1) bt S.N. Vishwanath. — Special Correspondent

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