Chess prodigy Ranada Seder is well recognised for being the youngest competitor in Chennai, India’s 44th Chess Olympiad. Fahima Ali Mohamed of the Comoros was defeated by her in 39 moves. Palestine is the home country of Randa and her colleagues.
Randa stated in an interview that her father taught her how to play chess when she was just 5 years old. At the Palestinian women’s championships, she took home a silver medal. A chess player that competes for the men’s squad is her brother Mohammed Seder. At the age of 13, he earned the FIDE Master title.
Biography of Randa Seder
|Real Name||Randa Seder|
|Profession||Chess Olympian, Student|
|Date of Birth||2014|
|Age (as of 2022)||8|
|Zodiac sign||Not yet updated|
|Family||Father: Not yet updated
Mother: Not yet updated
Brother: Mohammed Seder
|Educational Qualification||Pursuing Primary School|
|School||Not yet updated|
|College||Not yet updated|
|Hobbies||Listening to music, Playing Chess, Drawing, Playing|
|Birth Place||Palestine, Western Asia|
|Hometown||Palestine, Western Asia|
|Current City||Palestine, Western Asia|
Interesting Facts about Randa Seder
- Randa and her team members discussed their difficulties in getting to the Chennai Chess Olympiad during an interview.
- International FIDE rating for the Palestinian girl is 1442. (as of July 2022).
Hamouri, a member of his team, stated that they all desired to become future champions.
- She and her teammates want to meet Judit Polgar, the Hungarian chess legend. She is the Chennai Olympiad’s FIDE commentator.
Here are a few adorable images of Randa Seder.