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Chess club of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) conducted a tournament entitled “Kings of 64” and arranged with financial and organizational support of the Higher School’s Student Trade Union organization (STU). During the Swiss-system tournament, every player was given ten minutes. In accordance with their level, all participants were divided into two groups, namely “Masters” and “Challengers”; the former included experienced players and the latter included beginners.
Ibrahim Sharifov became the winner among masters. Nizam Zahidly and Vusal Kerimov took the second and the third places respectively. Tarkhan Imanov became the best among the beginners. Farid Ghaniyev and Azer Aliyev took the second and the third places respectively. The best players were awarded with Cups, while all the winners received medals.
Speaking at the awarding ceremony, the STU chairman Zaur Mammadzada extended his congratulations to the winners. He spoke about BHOS students’ interest in playing chess and said that similar tournaments became a tradition at the Higher School.