Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, /MONTSAME/ A Mongolian chess player B.Anu won a gold medal in Chess World Cup competitions held on June 11-13 in Nevada State, USA.
The chess competitions named after World champion Susan Polgar brought together 1,114 chess players from various countries. The Mongolian girl B.Anu competed in the under 19-year old age category and won the gold medal without a loss and draw. Another Mongolian player has received a prize for the "National Open" category. The gold medalist B.Anu was awarded with a certificate to study in the Texas Tech University.
One of the world strongest chess masters Susan Polgar is a Hungarian-American chess player. She was born in Hungary and grew up in Budapest city. She is the first woman to win Men's World Chess Championships, and now serves as director of the Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence (SPICE) at the Texas Tech University



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