Indonesian Chess Championship

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The Indonesian Chess Championship is organized by PERCASI (Indonesian: Persatuan Catur Seluruh Indonesia), the Indonesian Chess Federation. PERCASI was established in 1948 in Yogyakarta, although its official founding date is August 17, 1950, when its statutes and bylaws were enacted. Its offices were moved to Jakarta in 1955.[1]

The first Indonesian championship recognized by PERCASI was held in Solo in 1953, although there are claims of a national championship having taken place in Semarang in 1952.[2] Ardiansyah holds the record for most championships won with five. Since 1978, a women's championship has been held concurrently with the open championship.

Open championship winners[edit]

Susanto Megaranto, four-time Indonesian champion from 2006 to 2010
Year Place Champion[3]
1 1953 Solo Arovah Bachtiar
2 1954 Tegal Baris Hutagalung [Wikidata]
3 1955 Jakarta Baris Hutagalung
4 1956 Magelang Abubakar Baswedan
5 1958 Malang cancelled[4]
6 1960 Medan Baris Hutagalung
7 1962 Jakarta Arovah Bachtiar
8 1964–1965 Jakarta/Bandung Ong Yok Hwa
9 1967 Jakarta Arovah Bachtiar
10 1969 Banjarmasin Ardiansyah [Wikidata]
11 1970 Jakarta Ardiansyah
12 1971 Padang Arovah Bachtiar
13 1972 Jakarta Jacobus Sampouw
14 1973 Denpasar Johny Suwuh
15 1974 Malang Ardiansyah
16 1975 Medan Herman Suradiradja [Wikidata]
17 1976 Jakarta Ardiansyah
18 1978 Yogyakarta/Jakarta Edhi Handoko
19 1979–1980 Cipayung/Jakarta Edhi Handoko
20 1980 Salatiga Sutan Aritonang
21 1982 Bandung Utut Adianto
22 1984 Jakarta Edhi Handoko
23 1986 Mataram/Jakarta Salor Sitanggang [Wikidata]
24 1987 Palu Cerdas Barus
25 1988 Salatiga Ardiansyah
26 1990 Banjarmasin Nasib Ginting
27 1991 Ujung Pandang Edhi Handoko
28 1992 Jakarta Utut Adianto
29 1993 Bandung Salor Sitanggang
30 1994 Yogyakarta Nasib Ginting
31 1995 Palangkaraya Awam Wahono
32 1997 Banda Aceh Suyud Hartoyo
33 1999 Bekasi Cerdas Barus
34 2001 Denpasar Irwanto Sadikin
35 2002 Palembang Cerdas Barus
36 2003 Semarang Junaid Pamungkas
37 2005 Tarakan Irwanto Sadikin
38 2006 Batam Susanto Megaranto
39 2007 Surabaya Susanto Megaranto
40 2009 Palangkaraya Susanto Megaranto
41 2010 Manado Susanto Megaranto
42 2011 Palembang Salor Sitanggang
43 2013 Jakarta Pitra Andika
44 2014 Makassar Tirta Chandra Purnama
45 2015 Jakarta Sean Winshand Cuhendi

Women's championship winners[edit]

Irine Kharisma Sukandar, four-time Indonesian women's champion from 2006 to 2010
Year Place Champion[3]
1 1978 Yogyakarta Hanik Maria
2 1979 Cipayung Imasniti
3 1980 Salatiga Darmayanti Tamin [Wikidata]
4 1982 Bandung Darmayanti Tamin
5 1984 Jakarta Lindri Juni Wijayanti
6 1986 Mataram Darmayanti Tamin
7 1987 Palu Betty Makalew
8 1988 Salatiga Lindri Juni Wijayanti
9 1990 Banjarmasin Lindri Juni Wijayanti
10 1991 Ujung Pandang Lindri Juni Wijayanti
11 1992 Jakarta Suzana Widiastuti
12 1993 Bandung Maria Lucia Ratnasari Sulistya
13 1994 Yogyakarta Lisa Karlina Lumongdong
14 1995 Palangkaraya Maria Lucia Ratnasari Sulistya
15 1997 Banda Aceh Elizabeth Musung
16 1999 Bekasi Ai Zakiah
17 2001 Denpasar Ai Zakiah
18 2002 Palembang Evi Lindiawati
19 2003 Semarang Susianah Handayani
20 2005 Tarakan Lisa Karlina Lumongdong
21 2006 Batam Irine Kharisma Sukandar
22 2007 Surabaya Irine Kharisma Sukandar
23 2009 Palangkaraya Irine Kharisma Sukandar
24 2010 Manado Irine Kharisma Sukandar
25 2011 Palembang Yemi Jelsen
26 2013 Jakarta Baiq Vina Lestari
27 2014 Makassar Medina Warda Aulia
28 2015 Jakarta Chelsie Monica Ignesias Sihite [Wikidata]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SEJARAH & ALAMAT PERCASI". CATUR INDONESIA. PERCASI. Retrieved 2015-05-17.
  2. ^ "1st Indonesia National Championship, Solo 1953". IndonesiaBase. Retrieved 2015-05-17.
  3. ^ a b "Who Won Indonesia National Championships?". IndonesiaBase. Retrieved 2015-05-17.
  4. ^ "5th Indonesia National Championship, Malang 1958". IndonesiaBase. Retrieved 2015-05-17.