Maiti is Magnificent at Chess

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Milind Maiti achieved another perfect score in a chess tournament at the 2011 U.S. National Junior Chess Congress. Milind, who is only 6, bested a field comprised of 8 and 9 year olds. The victory was extra sweet for Milind Maiti do to the fact that he won his first national chess title in Santa Clara just minutes away from his home in Cupertino, California.

Other articles on Milind Maiti:

https://chessmusings.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/on-the-eve-of-greatness-three-california-chess-prodigies-competing-in-their-first-national-chess-championship/

https://chessmusings.wordpress.com/2010/12/16/check-maiti/

https://chessmusings.wordpress.com/2011/05/08/milind-maiti-is-unbearable-at-the-nationals/

https://chessmusings.wordpress.com/2011/05/14/milind-maiti-was-undefeated-at-the-national-chess-championship/

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5 Responses to “Maiti is Magnificent at Chess”

  1. National K-12 Chess Championship 2011 « Chess Musings Says:

    […] players representing the state.    Two of my favorite six-year-olds will be in attendance. Milind Maiti of Cupertino went undefeated at the 2011 National Elementary Chess Championship and also finished […]

  2. National K-12 Chess Championship 2011, Day 1 « Chess Musings Says:

    […] six-year-olds are still in contention to bring home the ultimate prize. Both Rishith Susarla and Milind Maiti scored a perfect two wins out of two rounds. Tomorrow they will play three games and need three wins […]

  3. 2012 U.S.C.F. National Elementary (K-6) Chess Championship « Chess Musings Says:

    […] Elementary first grader Milind Maiti possesses natural tactical abilities that are beyond anything one would expect from a player in high […]

  4. On the Eve of Greatness: Part Two « Chess Musings Says:

    […] Milind Maiti appeared in my class at the Collins Elementary School Chess Team in September of 2010. Sadly for Collins chess team, Milind moved houses and now plays chess at another Cupertino school. Milind’s strength lies in his incredible tactical abilities as well as his calm nature. At the board, he is a hard player to rattle and an even harder player to defeat. […]

  5. Students Achievements | Chess Musings Says:

    […] are also in order for Milind Maiti. Milind, who will be entering the third grade this fall, just completed a fantastic tournament […]

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