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GM Anh Dung Nguyen leads JAPFA GM Tournament 2015

The 10th JAPFA International Chess Festival is held from 14-23rd April, 2015, at the Hotel Kartika Chandra in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The event is a 12-player GM round-robin tournament with total prize fund in the amount of 8,800 USD.

GM Anh Dung Nguyen takes the lead with 4/5 points, leaving the nearest followers, IM Irene Kharisma Sukandar, IM Sean Winshand Cuhendu, GM Sergey Tiviakov and FM Muhammad Lutfi Ali, a full point behind.

You can see the current standings and replay the games below.

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Opening photo

Opening photo

The first move was made by Kristianus Liem

The first move was made by Kristianus Liem

FM Muhammad Lutfi Ali beat IM Alina L'Ami in the fifth round of the event

FM Muhammad Lutfi Ali beat IM Alina L’Ami in the fifth round of the event

Sean Winshand cuhendi

IM Sean Winshand Cuhendi

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Before the fifth-round-game IM Sophie Millet of France went to one of the malls in Jakarta. She spotted one shop with the same name as her. But she admitted she never saw the brand in her country

Before the fifth-round-game IM Sophie Millet of France went to one of the malls in Jakarta. She spotted one shop with the same name as her. But she admitted she never saw the brand in her country

Standings after 5 rounds:
1. GM Nguyen Anh Dung 2464 – 4
2. IM Irene Kharisma Sukandar 2415 – 3
3. IM Sean Winshand Cuhendi 2428 – 3
4. GM Sergey Tiviakov 2662 – 3
5. FM Muhammad Lutfi Ali 2401 – 3
6. GM Geetha Narayanan Gopal 2577 – 2,5
7.  GM Rogelio Antonio Jr. 2483 – 2,5
8. IM Sophie Milliet 2377 – 2,5
9. IM Alina l’Ami 2397 – 2
10. IM Farid Firman Syah 2424 – 2
11. IM Medina Warda Aulia 2404 – 2
12. IM Tirta Chandra Purnama 2393 – 0

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