Asian Senior Chess Championship

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The Asian Senior Chess Championship is an annual chess tournament organised by the Asian Chess Federation (ACF). The participants are aged 50 years and over. The inaugural edition was held in 2010 in Lebanon.[1]

List of winners[edit]

# Year Location Winner Women's winner
1 2010 Flag of Lebanon.svg Beirut  Khosro Harandi (IRI)
2 2011 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Bentota  Massoud Amir Sawadkuhi (IRI)
3 2012 Flag of Australia.svg Parramatta  Anthonie Pieter Luchtmeijer (AUS)  Battsengel Shirchin (MGL)
4 2013 Flag of Jordan.svg Amman  Bakr Hafez (JOR)
5 2014 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Waskaduwa, Kalutara  Baimurzin Aitkazy (KAZ) (50+)
 Massoud Amir Sawadkuhi (IRI) (65+)
6 2015 Flag of Iran.svg Larestan  Mahmood Lodhi (PAK) (50+)
 Wazeer Ahmad Khan (IND) (65+)
 Helen Milligan (NZL)
7 2016 Flag of Myanmar.svg Mandalay  Myint Han (MYA) (50+)
 Wazeer Ahmad Khan (IND) (65+)
 Helen Milligan (NZL)
8 2017 Flag of New Zealand.svg Auckland  Mahmood Lodhi (PAK) (50+)
 Eugenio Torre (PHI) (65+)
 Helen Milligan (NZL)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Asian Senior and Amateur Championships in Beirut". ChessBase. 2010-06-11. Retrieved 7 November 2015. 

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