News / Yemen ranks 32nd in the world and second in the Arab world in the Online Deaf Singles Chess Championship

2020-10-17 17:34:41

Yemen ranks 32nd in the world and second in the Arab world in the Online Deaf Singles Chess Championship

Saturday 17 October 2020

Today, Saturday, the Deaf World Singles Championship for Deaf (Online) concluded with the participation of Yemen and several countries, where the Yemeni player Walid Atil won in 8 rounds against the Ecuadorian Alfonso, and the Jordanian Issam, the Yemeni Yahya Al-Dari, the Zambian Cleuba, the Latvian Artors, the English Jazz, the Swedish Mats, and the Al-Biruni Grosby

 

And tied on a tour with the Swedish Marwan

 While he lost in 6 rounds to Indian Hans, Spaniard Gomez, Ukrainian Leko, Brazilian Van, Yemeni Yasser Ahmed and Kosovi Sherif to get the 32nd in the world and second in the Arab world.

Yemeni player Yasser Ahmed ranked 52nd, Yahya Al-Dari ranked 72nd, and Zaid Al-Ashwal ranked 78th in the world.

It is worth noting that the number of participants in the world championship is 111

 

Participation with the support of the Youth Fund And the Care and Rehabilitation Fund for the Disabled

 

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