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|Full name||Nicolas Checa|
|FIDE rating||2743 (February 2020)|
|Peak rating||2506 (2019)|
|Peak ranking||No. 910 (2019)|
Checa placed second in the North American Youth Chess Championship (U-14 section) and obtained 1st place in the NAYCC Blitz Open in 2014. In 2015, Checa tied for 5th place in the World Youth Chess Championship in Greece. At this championship, he was the official American player for the U-14 section.
In December of the same year, Checa achieved two norms at the Marshall Chess Championship and North American Open.
Checa placed second in the North American Youth Chess Championship (U-14 section) and obtained 1st place in the NAYCC Blitz Open.
In 2016, Checa achieved the rank of International Master (IM)
In 2019, Checa achieved the rank of Grand Master (GM)
Currently, Checa is ranked No. 752 of worldwide active players, and No. 23 for the U-18 section. In North America, his overall active rank is No. 40 and his U-18 rank is No. 3.
As of 2019, Checa is a junior at the Dobbs Ferry High School, where he is active in the school's Legislative Branch and International Baccalaureate program
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