Ranada Seder is a chess prodigy who is best known as the youngest chess player in the 44th Chess Olympiad held in Chennai, India. She defeated Comoros’ Fahima Ali Mohamed in 39 Moves. Randa and her team members are from Palestine.
In an interview, Randa told that “she is playing chess since she was 5 years old and her father is the one who trained her first. She won a silver medal in the women’s championships held in Palestine. Her brother Mohammed Seder is also a chess player who is playing for the men’s team. He became a FIDE Master at the age of 13.”
|Real Name||Randa Seder|
|Profession||Chess Olympian, Student|
|Date of Birth||2014|
|Age (as of 2022)||8|
|Zodiac sign||Yet to be updated|
|Family||Father: Yet to be updated|
Mother: Yet to be updated
Brother: Mohammed Seder
|Educational Qualification||Pursuing Primary School|
|School||Yet to be updated|
|College||Yet to be updated|
|Hobbies||Listening to music, Playing Chess, Drawing, Playing|
|Birth Place||Palestine, Western Asia|
|Hometown||Palestine, Western Asia|
|Current City||Palestine, Western Asia|
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- During an interview, Randa and her team members told the struggles they went through to attend the Chennai Chess Olympiad.
- The Palestinian girl has an international FIDE rating of 1442 (as of July 2022).
- His team member Hamouri said that they all wanted to be the future champions.
- She and her teammates desire to meet their Hungarian chess idol, Judit Polgar. She is the FIDE commentator for Chennai Olympiad.
Here are some cute photos of Randa Seder,