Chess at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games


Chess at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games
Chess
Chess
Venue Tagaytay City Convention Center
Location Tagaytay City, Cavite
Date started November 27, 2005
Date finished December 5, 2005
Chess

Chess at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place at the Tagaytay City Convention Center in Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines.

Chess is not one of the Olympic Games events but is included in the SEAG

Medal winners

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's Rapid Individual GM Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
( Vietnam)
GM Susanto Megaranto
( Indonesia)
GM Eugenio Torre
( Philippines)
IM Jason Goh Koon-Jong
( Singapore)
Men's Rapid Chess Team  Vietnam
GM Nguyen Anh Dung

GM Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
GM Tu Hoang Thong
FM Le Quang Liem
FM Duong The Anh

 Philippines

GM Eugenio Torre
GM Rogelio Antonio Jr.
GM Nelson Mariano II
IM Petronio Roca
IM Barlo Nadera

 Singapore

GM Wong Meng Kong
GM Wu Shaobin
IM Jason Goh Koon-Jong
FM Goh Weiming

Men's Blitz Individual GM Nguyen Anh Dung
( Vietnam)
FM Oliver Dimakiling
( Philippines)
GM Rogelio Antonio Jr.
( Philippines)

GM Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
( Vietnam)

Men's Standard Individual GM Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
( Vietnam)
FM Le Quang Liem
( Vietnam)
FM Goh Weiming
( Singapore)
Men's Standard Team  Vietnam

GM Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
FM Le Quang Liem
Nguyen Anh Dung
Dinh Duc Trong

 Philippines

GM Eugenio Torre
GM Rogelio Antonio Jr.
Oliver Barbosa
Ronald Dableo

 Indonesia

GM Susanto Megaranto
Edhi Handoko
Taufik Halay
Tirto

Women's Blitz Individual Nguyen Quynh Anh
( Vietnam)
Evi Lindiawati
( Indonesia)
Catherine Perena
( Philippines)

WIM Hoang Thi Bao Tram
( Vietnam)

Women's Standard Team  Vietnam

WIM Hoang Thi Bao Tram
Nguyen Thi Thanh An
Le Thanh Tu
Tran Thi Kim Loan

 Philippines

Sheerie Joy Lomibao
Beverly Mendoza
Enerose Magno
Shercila Cua

 Indonesia

Lisa Karlina Lumongdong
Evi Lindiawati
Irine Kharisma Sukandar
Upi Darmayana Tamin

Women's Standard Individual WGM Nguyen Thi Thanh An
( Vietnam)
WFM Le Thanh Tu
( Vietnam)
WIM Liza Karlina Lumongdong
( Indonesia)

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