Ndawana, Oatlhotse square up in Whos Who? chess battle

At the top: Oatlhotse. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
At the top: Oatlhotse. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Veteran chess player, Mosenya Ndawana has a score to settle against the country’s top rated player, International Master, Providence Oatlhotse when they meet in a chess tournament dubbed ‘Who is Who’ at the Yarona Country Lodge in Mogoditshane tomorrow.

Ndawana lost to Oatlhotse at the Tsogo Millionaire chess tournament held in Johannesburg and now is eager for revenge. He told Mmegi Sport that he has long prepared for the tournament, as he does not expect a walk in the park when facing Botswana’s best. 

Ndawana, who has been playing chess for eight years, said he has played three tough competitions this year and expects to use the lessons he picked up there to his advantage.

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