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Five players share lead

Guwahati, March 25: Five players shared the lead with four points each after four rounds of the first RGS International Rating Chess Tournament under way at Royal Global School here.

Altogether 14 players were in the second slot, with 3.5 points each. Yohan J. of Kerala ranked on top of the tally on the basis of tiebreak scores.

Playing on the top board, Fide master T.S.S. Perieris of Sri Lanka was held to a draw by top seed Deepthamas Reddy of Andhra Pradesh.

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