Diego Escobar and Amanda Montevilla, each from Cochabamba, achieved victory within the Nationwide Digital Sub 7 Chess Championship and this allowed them to be included within the Choice, with a view to future competitions organized by the Worldwide Chess Federation (FIDE).
The representatives of the valley shone on the Lichess digital platform, which has been extensively used and enhanced because the COVID-19 pandemic started. The competition is a part of the Bolivian season of strange classes, which could have six tournaments.
Escobar was probably the most excellent within the Absolute class, culminating his participation with 8 factors, the product of the identical variety of victories and just one fall on the board.
Isaac Chipana (7) from La Paz and Edward Torrico (6) from Cochabamba took second and third place, respectively. On this sense, Torrico starred in a troublesome battle with different opponents. Lastly, it was benefited via the tiebreaker system.
An identical state of affairs occurred within the feminine department, with the tie between Montevilla and La Paz Katerin Quispe. Each matched with 7.5 models. Nevertheless, the valluna was the winner because of the digital tiebreaker generated by this system.
As deliberate, these are the dates of the subsequent odd-numbered tournaments:
-June 26: Sub 9
-July 3: Sub 11
-July 10: Sub 13
-July 17: Sub 15
-July 24: Sub 17