The first and second round matches were held on the opening day and after the second round matches, four Bangladeshi players have won one game each to earn one point.
They are — FIDE Master Subrata Biswas in Open Under-19 Group, FIDE Master Noshin Anjum in Girls Under-16 Group, Swarnavo Choudhury in Open Under-14 Group and Nusrat Jahan Alo in Girls Under-14 Group.
Five other Bangladeshi players, who lost both of their matches are — Sakline Mostafa Sajid in Open U-10 Group, Syed Ridwan in Open U-12 Group, Wadifa Ahmed in Girls U-12 Group, Mortuza Mahthir Islam in Open U-16 Group and Kazi Jarin Tasnim in Girls U-16 Group.
In the first round matches, FM Subrota beat Yazan Abo Khalaf of Palestine, Alo beat Kiyan Mohamed Usamath of Maldives, WFM Noshin lost to Nuha Rilwan of Maldives, Zarin lost to WFM Zahedifar Anahita of Iran, Mortuza lost to FM Amartuvshin Ganzorig of Mongolia, Swarnavo lost to IM Daneshvar Bardiya of Iran, Riwan lost to Xiao Tong(Qd) of China, Wadifa lost to Zhunusbekova Aymonchok of Kyrgyzstan and Sajid lost to CM Nurgaliyev Sauat of Uzbekistan.
In the second round, WFM Noshin beat Van Sebille Sulia of Australia, Swarnavo beat Kaung Mon Thar of Myanmar, FM Subrota lost to GM P Iniyan of India, Zarin lost to Estur Grace Co of Guam, Mortuza lost to Sarmiento Cyle of Guam, Alo lost to WFM Vishwa Vasnawala of India, Ridwan lost to Ashraf Artin of Iran, Wadifa lost to Wang Xiao Jiao of Indonesia and Sajid lost to El Habboub Hicham of Lebanon.
The Asian Continental selection game will be held on 7-round Swiss-league format in three days. Three players of each group will qualify in the final stage.
Source: United News of Bangladesh