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The winners of the Saif Global Sports (SGS) Open FIDE Rating Chess Tournament with the guests and officials of Bangladesh Chess Federation pose for photograph at the playing room of National Sports Council on Saturday.

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The winners of the Saif Global Sports (SGS) Open FIDE Rating Chess Tournament with the guests and officials of Bangladesh Chess Federation pose for photograph at the playing room of National Sports Council on Saturday.

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