Sea Games 2022
Date : May 12 to 23, 2022
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Joey Antonio, Darwin Laylo and John Paul Gomez compete for openings to the Hanoi Southeast Asian (SEA) Games-bound public Hanoi as they see activity in the National Chess Federation of the Philippines qualifying competition unfurling today at the PACE in Quezon City.
Except for International Master (IM) Daniel Quizon and WGM Janelle Mae Frayna, who previously tied down spots to the crew in the wake of garnish the National Championship in December last year, the victor of the barrage and quick occasions for people will naturally fit the bill to the biennial meet set on May 12-23.
Messrs. Antonio, Laylo and Gomez have SEA Games insight and all are anxious to recover their place to the crew that would be bankrolled by the Philippine Sports Commission.
Likewise participating in the men’s side are IMs Jan Emmanuel Garcia, Ronald Dableo, Paulo Bersamina, Ricky de Guzman, Ronald Bancod, Michael Concio, Jr. what’s more John Marvin Miciano, and FIDE Master Alekhine Nouri.
In the ladies’ class, WIMs Jan Jodilyn Fronda, Kylen Joy Mordido and Bernadette Galas and WFMs Shania Mae Mendoza, Cherry Ann Mejia and Allaney Jia Doroy are among those tipped to challenge Ms. Frayna for the title.
Different sections are Aglipay Obrero, Mark Jay Bacojo, Jerish John Velarde and Janmyl Dilan Tisado in the men’s and Christy Lamiel Bernales, Vic Glysen Derotas, Viona Nepascua, Justnin Macapuno, Franchesca Largo, Ma. Elayza Villa, Mhage Gerriahlou Sebastian and Rowelyn-Joy Acedo in the ladies’.
Boss judge Reden Cruz, an International Arbiter champion, said the competition will carry out a knockout configuration where each pair will play six games in barrage and four in fast. – Joey Villar