Indian Chess Championship

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The Indian Chess Championship is a yearly national chess championship of India. It was established in 1955 by the Andhra State Chess Association as a two-yearly event, but since 1971 it has been played yearly. The first edition was held in Eluru (Andhra Pradesh) from May 15-May 28 and was jointly won by Ramchandra Sapre and D. Venkayya with 9/12.[1]

The women’s championship commenced in 1974. The first 10 editions were dominated by the Khadilkar sisters Vasanti, Jayshree and Rohini. Rohini is the youngest and won the championship five times, Jayshree won four titles, and the eldest Vasanti won the championship in the inaugural year.

Winners[edit]

Nr Year City Men's winner
1 1955 Eluru Ramchandra Sapre
D. Venkayya
2 1957 Pune Ramdas Gupta
3 1959 Delhi Manuel Aaron
4 1961 Hyderabad Manuel Aaron
5 1963 Bombay Farooq Ali
6 1966 Madras Rusi Madon
7 1967 Pune Nasir Ali
8 1969 Bangalore Manuel Aaron
9 1971 Bikaner Manuel Aaron
10 1972 Simla Manuel Aaron
11 1973 Ahmedabad Manuel Aaron
12 1975 Rourkela Manuel Aaron
13 1976 Patna Ravi Sekhar
14 1976 Culcutta Manuel Aaron
15 1978 Cochin Rafiq Khan
16 1979 Tiruchi Tiruchi N. Parameswaram
17 1979 Vijayawada Ravi Sekhar
18 1981 New Delhi Manuel Aaron
19 1982 Kanpur Praveen Thipsay
20 1983 Agartala Dibyendu Barua
21 1984 Ahmedabad Praveen Thipsay
22 1985 Tenali Praveen Thipsay
23 1986 Bombay Viswanathan Anand
24 1987 Tumkur Viswanathan Anand
25 1988 Neyveli Viswanathan Anand
26 1989 Bikaner Praveen Thipsay
27 1990 Kozhikode Devaki V. Prasad
28 1991 Pondicherry Devaki V. Prasad
29 1992 Patna Praveen Thipsay
30 1993 Pune Praveen Thipsay
31 1994 Hyderabad Praveen Thipsay
32 1995 Madras Ponnuswamy Konguvel
33 1996 Kanhangad Tiruchi Parameswaran
34 1997 Bhilai Abhijit Kunte
35 1998 Muzaffarpur Dibyendu Barua
36 1999 Nagpur Krishnan Sasikiran
37 2000 Mumbai Abhijit Kunte
38 2001 Delhi Dibyendu Barua
39 2002 Nagpur Krishnan Sasikiran
40 2003 Mumbai Krishnan Sasikiran
41 2003 Kozhikode Surya Shekhar Ganguly
42 2004 Visakhapatnam Surya Shekhar Ganguly
43 2006 Visakhapatnam Surya Shekhar Ganguly
44 2007 Atul Surya Shekhar Ganguly
45 2008 Chennai Surya Shekhar Ganguly
46 2009 New Delhi Baskaran Adhiban
47 2010 New Delhi Parimarjan Negi[2]
50 2012 Kolkata G. Akash
51 2013 Jalgaon Krishnan Sasikiran
52 2014 Kottayam S.P. Sethuraman
Nr Year City Women's winner
1 1974 Bangalore Vasanti Khadilkar
2 1975 Calcutta Jayshree Khadilkar
3 1976 Kottayam Rohini Khadilkar
4 1977 Hyderabad Rohini Khadilkar
5 1979 Chennai Rohini Khadilkar
6 1979 Sangli Jayshree Khadilkar
7 1981 New Delhi Rohini Khadilkar
8 1982 Rajnandgaon Jayshree Khadilkar
9 1983 Bikaner Jayshree Khadilkar
10 1983 Kottayam Rohini Khadilkar
11 1985 Nagpur Bhagyashree Sathe
12 1986 Jalandhar Bhagyashree Sathe
13 1987 Calcutta Saritha Reddy
14 1988 Kurukshetra Bhagyashree Sathe
15 1989 Durg Anupama Abhyankar
16 1990 Vijaywada Anupama Abhyankar
17 1991 Kozhikode Bhagyashree Thipsay
18 1991 Mumbai Anupama Gokhale
19 1993 Kozhikode Anupama Gokhale
20 1994 Bangalore Bhagyashree Thipsay
21 1995 Chennai Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
22 1996 Salem Mrunalini Kunte
23 1997 Calcutta Anupama Gokhale
24 1998 Mumbai Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
25 1999 Kozhikode Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
26 2000 Mumbai Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
27 2001 New Delhi Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
28 2002 Lucknow Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi
29 2003 Mumbai Aarthie Ramaswamy
30 2003 Kozhikode Humpy Koneru
31 2005 Bangalore Nisha Mohota
32 2006 Vizag Swati Ghate
33 2006 Chennai Tania Sachdev
34 2007 Pune Tania Sachdev
35 2009 Chennai Harika Dronavalli
36 2010 Bhubaneswar Soumya Swaminathan
38 2011 Chennai Mary Ann Gomes
39 2012 Jalgaon Mary Ann Gomes
40 2013 Kolkata Mary Ann Gomes
41 2014 Sangli Padmini Rout

Women's final standings[edit]

37th IND-ch (Women) Bhubaneswar 2010
Player Rating Perf. +/- Points
1  Soumya Swaminathan (IND) 2332 2440 +16 8.5/11
2  Mary Ann Gomes (IND) 2306 2392 +14 8/11
3  Swati Ghate (IND) 2302 2333 +9 8/11
4  Padmini Rout (IND) 2352 2369 +4 7.5/11
5  Sachdev Tania (IND) 2385 2332 -5 7/11
6  Nisha Mohota (IND) 2325 2332 +3 7/11
7  Bodda Pratyusha (IND) 2086 2256 +24 6/11
8  Eesha Karavade (IND) 2369 2171 -24 5.5/11
9  R Bharathi (IND) 2111 2132 +3 5.5/11
10  Manisha Mohanty Kiran (IND) 2230 2108 -15 5.5/11
11  S Harini (IND) 2063 2085 +2 5.5/11
12  Mohota Swathi (IND) 2090 2083 -2 5/11
13  Rucha Pujari (IND) 2114 2024 -13 5/11
14  Mokal Amrutha (IND) 2089 1987 -15 5/11
15  A Akshaya (IND) 2022 1999 -4 5/11
16  Rajkumar Preethi (IND) 2073 1993 -13 5/11
17  Gochhikar Aparajita (IND) 1871 2132 +26 4.5/9
18  Katra Arunima (IND) 1866 2003 +16 4.5/10
19  J Saranya (IND) 2123 2021 -15 4/11
20  Sonakshi Rathore (IND) 1971 1917 -9 3.5/10
21  A Sithalatchumi (IND) 1917 1950 +1 3/10
22  Gole Shweta (IND) 1906 1879 -5 3/10
23  Sinha Minki (IND) 1880 1838 -6 2.5/10
24  JG Nivedhitha (IND) 1819 1964 +9 2/6
IND-ch (Women) Kozhikode 30th 2003
Player Rating Points TB Perf. +/-
1  Humpy Koneru (IND) 2468 16 2713 +27
2  Subbaraman Vijayalakshmi (IND) 2426 14½ 2540 +20
3  Nisha Mohota (IND) 2321 11 87.25 2346 +7
4  Dronavalli Harika (IND) 2353 11 81.00 2345 0
5  Subbaraman Meenakshi (IND) 2288 10 73.75 2304 +5
6  Eesha Karavade (IND) 2211 10 70.00 2309 +23
7  Sachdev Tania (IND) 2218 9 2267 +11
8  Aarthie Ramaswamy (IND) 2322 8 62.50 2221 -23
9  Kruttika Nadig (IND) 2145 8 56.00 2230 -18
10  Ghate Swathi (IND) 2309 8 54.75 2222 -20
11  Anupama Gokhale (IND) 2217 8 54.00 2226 +1
12  Yuvaraj Pratihba (IND) 2231 7 53.75 2185 -12
13  Bagyashree Sathe Thipsay (IND) 2249 7 48.00 2184 -16
14  Chandra Hawsa Koneru (IND) 2139 2168 +5
15  Nath Saheli (IND) 2127 6 40.00 2146 +2
16  Sai Ravi Meera (IND) 2160 6 39.00 2146 -5
17  MR Sangeetha (IND) 2140 4 2047 -21
18  Cv Rajalakshmi (IND) 2092 3 1987 -20

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