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Int'l Rating Chess begins today

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The SAIF POWERTEC A and B Category second International Rating Chess tournament begins today (Saturday) at Bangladesh Chess Federation (BCF) hall-room.
The category A event is open for all 2000 or above rated chess players while category B is open for all below 2000 rated and un-rated chess players.
Both categories events will be held in nine round Swiss-League system and cash prize will be given.

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