Chess youngster learns from the best – FBC News

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Young Ayush Chand hopes to become a better chess player after successfully completing eight hours of training with internationally recognized grandmasters from Bulgaria and Australia.

The training took place in cooperation between the FIDE Planning and Development Commission and the New Zealand Chess Federation.

The 14-year-old Jai Narayan College student says he learned how to handle different endgame scenarios and how to draw them or win them as contestants had to make the best decisions in puzzles.

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Chand thanked the World Chess Federation for the opportunities offered to Fiji as it allows players to learn and develop chess.

Meanwhile, Fiji managed to gain some points in the Global Chess League, which is home to over 140 international amateur chess teams.

Fiji defeated South Africa’s Kraaifontein Chess Club 8-2.

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