At the end of two rounds Soham Nag, studying in Class 4 at Holy Cross school has 1 point. On the other hand another young kid from Tripura Arshia Das, who is just 6 years of age shared points in round 2 with Arshinika Mani. At some point in the match the situation was not pleased for Arshia but she played some brilliant moves in the end and thus ended the match by sharing points.

While another chess players Arunika Ghosh from Tripura shared points in the second round with Swar Hetal Shah in the under 14 section. Playing with black pawn Arunika in the end registered her back to back draw and has 1 point from 2 rounds. While the other two chess players Subhranil Majumder and Parthajit Saha lost in their second round also in the tournament.

As per the news Subhranil Majumder played with high fever and thus failed to concentrate in this round and in the end lost the match while on the other hand Parthajit Saha also lost this round but will surely make a comeback in the third round. To encourage the players Prasenjit Datta, Coach of Indian team and best chess player from Tripura went at the venue today.