The sole enduring individual from the Nigerian group for Day 3 of the progressing Africa Individual Chess Championships in Tunisia, 22-year-old International Master (IM) Anwuli Daniel, has slammed out of the day’s opposition.
Daniel stood tall despite seemingly insurmountable opposition as he combats Tunisian IM Zaibi Amir until the two of them consented to a stop.
The advancement earned the youthful Nigerian an attract the challenge of youthful International Masters however he proceeds in the challenge.
Zambia had in the middle of Day 1 and Day 3, two successes, a draw and a misfortune, commenced with IM Andrew Kayonde crushing the Nigerian IM Balogun Oluwafemi in a challenge of thoughts in space, piece the executives, minor pieces, system and the preferences.
Tragically, the Nigerian couldn’t match up to the force of the Zambian and needed to leave when it wound up unfitting for an IM to stay situated.
Also, the subsequent success originating from IM Chumfwa Stanley, who crushed Ethiopia’s FIDE Master (FM) Mesfin Leykun, who felt he ought to have something out of the game on the day.