On May 24, 2023, the results of the third day of the Open Chess Tournament at Delhi Public School Rudrapur are as follows:
After four rounds, Arpan Das from West Bengal defeated Rohit Singh Rana from Uttarakhand, taking a lead of 4 points. Prakash Ram from Punjab defeated Soni Sangharsh from Madhya Pradesh, also gaining a lead of 4 points. Siddique Mohd. Imran from Uttar Pradesh and Anshika Vikram from Delhi played a draw, earning 3.5 - 3.5 points each. Ayan Garg from Chandigarh defeated Aashish Chaudhary from Maharashtra, securing a lead of 4 points. Harshit Jaggi from Delhi defeated De Debaushanik from West Bengal, gaining 4 points. Shubh Kapoor from Delhi and FIDE Master S.K. Rathore from Madhya Pradesh played a draw, receiving 3.5 - 3.5 points each. Vikas Nishad from Uttar Pradesh defeated Ayush Saxena from Uttar Pradesh, taking a lead of 4 points. Dilip Tripathi from Uttar Pradesh defeated Arnav Dhamija from Uttar Pradesh, also gaining a lead of 4 points. Sanjeev Mishra from Maharashtra defeated Mahipal Singh from Uttarakhand, securing a lead of 4 points. Mritunjay Kumar from Bihar defeated M. Suyog Kumar from Gujarat, earning 4 points. Piyush Tandon from Madhya Pradesh defeated Ravi Shankar from Uttar Pradesh, taking a lead of 4 points. Pushpendra from Delhi defeated Shourya Prabhakar from Uttar Pradesh, also gaining a lead of 4 points. IM M. Chakravarthi Reddy from Telangana defeated Shubh Singh Saini from Uttarakhand, earning 3.5 points. Mohammad Sameed from Uttar Pradesh defeated IM K.C. Dinesh Sharma from AIIC, securing a lead of 3.5 points. Kartavya Anadkat from Gujarat defeated Suryakant Verma from Uttar Pradesh, also gaining a lead of 3.5 points. Ashok Gajwani from Uttar Pradesh defeated Habib Qureshi from Madhya Pradesh, taking a lead of 3.5 points. WIM Tejaswini Sagar from Gujarat defeated Parth Belwal from Delhi, earning 3.5 points. Govind Kumar from Uttar Pradesh and Sher Ali Patnaik from Uttarakhand played a draw, receiving 3.5 - 3.5 points each. Daksh Goyal from Delhi defeated Mahir Tanuja from Delhi, securing a lead of 3.5 points. Piyush Kumar from Bihar and Uday Pratap Bawa from Punjab played a draw, earning 3.5 - 3.5 points each. Physically challenged Ashfaq Ahmad from Uttar Pradesh and Divyansh Kavatra from Uttarakhand played a draw, receiving 2.5 - 2.5 points each. Physically challenged Suryapratap Singh from Madhya Pradesh defeated Goriyansh Sindoor from Haryana, taking a lead of 2 points.
This tournament began on May 22, 2023, and will conclude on May 27, 2023. Approximately 300 participants from Uttarakhand and other states are taking part in this competition.
The tournament is organized under the guidance of Chief Arbiter AI Mrityunjay Singh, Deputy Chief Amit Sharma, and the team of arbiters including AI Chitranjan Toreem, AI Rupesh Kumar, SN A Manodya Prakriti, and SN A Toren Sonachanu.
Chairman Shri Surjit Singh Grover extended his gratitude to all the guests, parents, and especially to all the participating teams for their presence. He expressed his belief in conducting the competition with complete transparency and impartiality.