Arab Chess Championship

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Winners[edit]

Year City Winner Women's winner
1983 Tunis  Saeed Abdul Razak (Iraq)  Maysae Tahtaoui (Syria)
1984 Dubai  Saeed-Ahmed Saeed (United Arab Emirates)  Nadia Mohammad Saleh (United Arab Emirates)
1985 Casablanca  Saeed Abdul Razak (Iraq)  Fermsik Waria Mohammed (Iraq)
1986 Tunis  Slim Bouaziz (Tunisia)  Maysae Tahtaoui (Syria)
1987 Manama  Bassem Afifi (Egypt)  Fermsik Waria Mohammed (Iraq)
1988 Kuwait  Hichem Hamdouchi (Morocco)  Sohir Basta (Egypt)
1991 Dubai  Slim Bouaziz (Tunisia)  Meriem Abbou (Algeria)
1992 Doha  Foued Taher (Egypt) ??
1993 Oman - - -  Meriem Abbou (Algeria)
1993 Amman  Hichem Hamdouchi (Morocco) - - -
1994 Jordan  Mohamad Al-Modiahki (Qatar)  Sohir Basta (Egypt)
1995 Beirut  Hichem Hamdouchi (Morocco)  ??
1996 Sana'a  Essam Aly Ahmed (Egypt)  ??
1997 Iraq  Mohamad Al-Modiahki (Qatar)  ??
1998 Agadir  ??  Eva Repkova Eid (Lebanon)
1999 Aden  Imad Hakki (Syria)  Knarik Mouradian (Lebanon)
2000 Beirut  Mohamad Al-Modiahki (Qatar)  Eva Repkova Eid (Lebanon)
2001 Tunis  Slim Belkhodja (Tunisia)  Eman Hassane Al Rufei (Iraq)
2002 Casablanca  Mohamad Al-Modiahki (Qatar) [1]  Eman Hassane Al Rufei (Iraq)
2003 Cairo  Essam El Gindy (Egypt)  Knarik Mouradian (Lebanon)
2004 Dubai  Hichem Hamdouchi (Morocco)  Knarik Mouradian (Lebanon)
2005 Dubai  Bassem Amin (Egypt)  Eman Hassane Al Rufei (Iraq)
2006 Dubai  Bassem Amin (Egypt)  Amina Mezioud (Algeria)
2007 Ta'izz  Basheer Al Qudaimi (Yemen)  Knarik Mouradian (Lebanon)
2008 Sharjah  Salem A.R. Saleh (UAE)  Mona Khaled (Egypt)
2009 Tunis  Essam El Gindy (Egypt)  Zhu Chen (Qatar)
2013 Abu Dhabi  Bassem Amin (Egypt)[2]  Zhu Chen (Qatar)[3]
2014 Amman  Salem A.R. Saleh (UAE)  Sabrina Latreche (Algeria),  Shahenda Wafa (Egypt)
2015[4] Agadir  Mohamed Ezat (Egypt)  Mona Khaled (Egypt)
2016 Khartoum  Mahfoud Oussedik (Algeria)  Sabrina Latreche (Algeria)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mohamad Al-Modhiahki and Hichem Hamdouchi obtained the same number of points ( 7 ) but Al-Modhiahki was declared champion to the advantage of the accumulation (33 points against 32.5)
  2. ^ "Arab Chess Championship(Women)". FIDE. 2013-12-18. Retrieved 2015-05-17. 
  3. ^ "Arab Chess Championship(Women)". FIDE. 2013-12-18. Retrieved 2015-05-17. 
  4. ^ Part of the 1st Arab Chess Olympiad Championships: FIDE: The 1st Arab Chess Olympiad Championships 2015, Chessdom: First Arab Chess Olympiad Championships 2015 to be held in Agadir

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