Drayton loses, Greenidge wins as Guyana go under to Brunei

The streak of wins on Board One by Guyana’s Anthony Drayton (no mean feat) was stopped at three by Brunei’s Azahari Siti Nur Fatimah Hj as the Guyanese lost by one and one half points to two and one half yesterday the seventh day of action at the 41st World Chess Championships in Tromso, Norway.

Playing with the black pieces Drayton was outplayed by the 1985 ranked Hj and resigned after 29 moves.

However on Board two Ronuel Greenidge ranking 1630 regained his …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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