Chess: Meet S’pore’s Rice sisters who are 15, 12, and 9 – and making big moves in the game

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Three girls from Singapore are taking on the chess world. The Rice sisters – Lauren, Leah and Lana – all have international chess federation (Fide) ratings, obtained by competing against players in international tournaments.
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SINGAPORE – In the game of life, producing one chess talent is a winning move for any family. Unless that family are the Rices, who have three.

Meet Lauren, Leah and Lana Rice – who are 15, 12 and nine respectively – your average school kids who enjoy swimming, dancing and skateboarding but who also possess killer moves with their rooks, bishops and queens.

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