Enamul Hossain

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Enamul Hossain
Country Bangladesh
Born 1981 (age 32–33)
Title Grandmaster (2008)
FIDE rating 2435 (December 2014)
Peak rating 2531 (April 2009)
Ranking 1743 (November 2013)

Enamul Hossain Rajib (born 1981) is a Bangladeshi chess player. He won the Bangladeshi Chess Championship in 1997 and 2006.[1]

Rajib got his first grandmaster norm at the 2002 Chess Olympiad in Slovenia and the second norm in Abu Dhabi last year during a GM tournament. Rajib reached the second round of the Chess World Cup 2007 in Russia with an upset victory against world No 19 Pavel Eljanov of Ukraine. On May 4, 2008 he secured the third and final GM norm to became the 5th grandmaster from Bangladesh after Niaz Morshed, Ziaur Rahman, Reefat Bin-Sattar and Abdullah Al Rakib.[2][3]

He plays on the Internet Chess Club (ICC) under the pseudonym "Enamul".

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