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Minsk Amateur Open

Sun, 06/24/2018 - 18:09

The Minsk Amateur is a 9-round Swiss tournament.
The tournament is held from June 24 (arrival day) till July 2 (departure day) 2018, at the address:
Minsk, Republic of Belarus, Avenue of the Winners, 103, hotel “ViktoriyaOlymp”

Everyone has the right to participate in the tournament, except for the holders of the title “International Grandmaster” among men and players with FIDE rating above 2325.

Organizers – LLC “Chess Amateur International” jointly with the Belarusian Chess Federation.

Chief arbiter – international arbiter Popova Natalya (BLR)

Playing details:
The chess amateur Tournament is held on the Swiss system in 9 rounds.

Time control – 90 minutes to the end of the game + 30 seconds for each move made, starting with the first.

Events are held according to the rules of FIDE, eligible for 01/01/2018.

Places Definition:
In the case of equality of points for two or more competitors, the holder of a higher place is determined by the following criteria:

Buchholz Tie-Breaks ( -1 weak opponent);
Result of players in one point group;
Average rating of opponents;
Greater number black games;
To determine the winner of chess amateur tournament in the case of sharing the first place by two or more participants ( the first two by the coefficient), an additional match of two games is played with time control 10 minutes +5 seconds per move to the end of the game. In the case of equality Armageddon is played: white gets 5 minutes, black gets 4 minutes, starting from the 60th two seconds per move are added.

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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FIDE elections: Zambia abandons Ilyumzhinov and joins “FIDE Forward”

Sun, 06/24/2018 - 00:32

It is confirmed that Zambia, the previous African stronghold of Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and Lewis Ncube, is now supporting Georgios Makropoulos and “FIDE Forward”!

The new Vice-President in the ticket of Makropoulos is the Health Minister of Zambia Dr. Chitalu Chilufya and his brother Mr. Mukubulo Chilufya is the President of the Zambian Chess Federation.

From all the sources available, it is becoming more than obvious that Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and his (former?) partner in Africa Mr. Lewis Ncube are collapsing in the whole continent. Even Mr. Ncube’s own country is supporting now Makropoulos and “FIDE Forward”.

Below is the whole announcement of Mr. Georgios Makropoulos on behalf of “FIDE Forward”:

……(Announcement 22-6-2018)…….

Dear chess friends,

Since my previous announcement of 4 June, concerning the members of my electoral ticket, Dr. Aguinaldo Jaime has informed me that personal issues made him realise that he will be unable to contribute as much as he had hoped over the next four years. Therefore, he can no longer be part of our ticket. Nevertheless, Dr. Aguinaldo Jaime said that he remains fully committed to the cause of “FIDE FORWARD” and will continue to support our ticket, despite the time constraints he faces due to his current responsibilities as a) President of the Angolan Agency for Insurance Regulation & Supervision and b) Vice President of Africa Re (Africa Reinsurance Corporation).

I would like to thank Dr. Aguinaldo Jaime for all his contributions to world chess ever since he was introduced to FIDE by participating in the electoral ticket of Anatoly Karpov in 2010 (supported by Gary Kasparov and Nigel Short) and then with the ticket of Kirsan Ilyumzhinov in 2014. I am sure that Dr. Aguinaldo Jaime will continue to assist FIDE and help also African chess federations whenever they have a need.

The new Vice-President in my ticket is the Honourable Minister of Health of Zambia Dr. Chitalu Chilufya who is supporting chess development in his country for many years now. His brother Mr. Mukubulo Chilufya is President of the Chess Federation of Zambia.

Best regards,

Georgios Makropoulos
Candidate for the office of FIDE President
with the ticket of “FIDE Forward”

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Paris Grand Chess Tour Rapid Day 3 Recap

Fri, 06/22/2018 - 23:44

Wesley So won the rapid portion of Paris Grand Chess Tour after drawing all his games today. However, unlike in Leuven where he had a three-point lead over the field going into the blitz, he only has a one-point lead now, thus putting himself in a more vulnerable position. Sergey Karjakin and Hikaru Nakamura are now tied for second place and are only one win away from catching the leader. There were several notable performances which shook up the standings. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave scored 2.5/3 and is now tied for fourth place and three points behind So. So’s countryman Fabiano Caruana who has been struggling both in Leuven and Paris also had an excellent showing today with 2.5/3 and finds himself four points behind the leader. The weekend of blitz promises to bring a lot of excitement!

Round 7
There were no changes in the standings at the top as they all drew their games whereas the two bottom finishers started to slowly move up. Fabiano Caruana blitzed out his excellent preparation against Vladimir Kramnik and after the opening had just as much time left on his clock as he did at the beginning of the game. There was one moment in the game where Caruana blundered allowing his opponent to completely turn the tables. Alas, the former World Champion missed his chance and went on to lose the game. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave did not hide his intentions of going after his opponent’s throat. He launched an attack against Shakriyar Mamedyarov’s king starting on move seven and won the game twenty five moves later when the Azeri grandmaster succumbed to the pressure.

Round 8
Wesley So maintained his lead by drawing his closest rival, Sergey Karjakin. His other rival, Levon Aronian, lost to Fabiano Caruana, who seemed to have finally found his form by that point. After winning a pawn, the American showed flawless technique to bring the full point home. Viswanathan Anand and Hikaru Nakamura played a truly epic battle where they both ran their kings to the opposite side of the board. The topsy turvy battle eventually ended in Nakamura’s favor. Shakriyar Mamedyarov recovered from his loss with a win over Alexander Grischuk while Vladimir Kramnik and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave drew their game.

Round 9
The draw against Viswanathan Anand who suffered a heartbreaking loss the round before was enough for Wesley So to secure his first-place ranking. Hikaru Nakamura and Sergey Karjakin drew Shakriyar Mamedyarov and Fabiano Caruana, respectively, thus staying a point behind the leader. Levon Aronian suffered his second loss in a row, helping his opponent Maxime Vachier-Lagrave improve his position in the standings significantly. The only other decisive game was between Alexander Grischuk and Vladimir Kramnik, which was determined in the time scramble. The players kept blundering the game away, until Grischuk made the final mistake and was forced to resign.

report by Tatev Abrahamyan

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Ozgun Sahin, Anna Krzysztynska, Milos Ruzic and Kseniya Meremyanina are the winners at European Amateur Chess Championship 2018

Fri, 06/22/2018 - 17:31

European Amateur Chess Championship 2018 was held from 13-21 June in Niksic, Montenegro.
Montenegro Chess Federation in association with City of Niksic and under the auspices of the European Chess Union were the organizers.
Venue was hotel Onogost. Prize fund was 5000 euro.
The tournament was divided in 4 sections- Open under 2300, under 2000, under 1700 and Women under 1700.

The winners are

Open under 2300

1. Ozgun Sahin 8. 2. CM Ahmet Olcum 7,5 3. Iskos Alexandros 6,5 points

Open under 2000

1. Anna Krzysztynska 7,5 2. WCM Oyku Ince Safiye 7,5 3. CM Boban Bozinovic 6,5 points

Open under 1700

1. Milos Ruzic 7. 2. Can Mihciyazgan 7. 3. Evgeny Kanev 7 points

Women under 1700

1. Kseniya Meremyanina 7,5 2. Koc Azra Ece 7. 3. Zhanna Grishina 6,5 points

Replay the games here

Final standings under 2300

1 Sahin Ozgun 8
2 Olcum Ahmet 7,5
3 Iskos Alexandros 6,5
4 Carrascoso Morales Abel 6
5 Veleski Robert 6
6 Krstonijevic Stjepan 6
7 Batricevic Jovo 6
8 Kisic Bozidar 6
9 Zherebtsova Alexandra 6
10 Cirovic Miroljub 6
11 Rzayev Askar Aliakbar 5,5
12 Karisik Nenad 5,5
13 Popadic Dragan 5,5
14 Krstic Milos 5,5
15 Zhukov Anton 5,5
16 Djukanovic Sreten 5
17 Kraljevic Ivan 5
18 Vreljanski Dragomir 5
19 Maloberti David 5
20 Shukan Alexander 5
21 Ljesar Dragan 5
22 Nenezic Danilo 5
23 Stokes Michael 5
24 Lacrosse Marc 5
25 Ugrenovic Bozidar 4,5
26 Scekic Veljko 4,5
27 Sukovic Darko 4,5
28 Batricevic Sasa 4,5
29 Pobor Milo 4,5
30 Bukvic Mihailo 4,5
31 Acarbay Algi 4,5
32 Ivanovic Vojislav 4,5
33 Vuckovic Marko 4
34 Marsenic Lazar 4
35 Deruelle Sala Albert 4
36 Koljevic Nikolina 4
37 Kalezic Bojan 4
38 Jovancevic Jovan 4
39 Pobor Danilo 4
40 Kandic Milojko 3,5
41 Miletic Vuk 3,5
42 Vico Milan 3,5
43 Abramovic Dragoljub 3,5
44 Andjelic Djordje 3,5
45 Cerovic Zoran 3,5
46 Musikic Stefan 3,5
47 Hadzi – Manev Ljubomir 3,5
48 Plamenac Aleksandar 3,5
49 Mugosa Srdjan 3
50 Andjic Milonja 3
51 Petrovic Slavko 3
52 Delevic Nina 3
53 Blagojevic Lidija 3
54 Stamatovic Vladimir 2
55 Skenderovic Ismet 1

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Dmitry Kokarev and Mikhail Lebedev are the winners in Voronezh Master and Fide opens

Fri, 06/22/2018 - 16:19

22nd International Chess Festival “Voronezh-2018″ (Alekhine Memorial) was held in Voronezh from 10.06.2018 till 21.06.2018!

The festival takes place yearly, it is supported by Voronezh region governor, Voronezh region government, Association of Chess Professionals.
130 players took part in the Masters section.
Four players have finished with 7 points out of 9.
The winner is GM Dmitry Kokarev, second is GM Andrey Stukopin, third is GM Dmitry Bocharov.

Replay the games here

In the Open section 148 players took part. The winner is Mikhail Lebedev with 7,5 points out of 9.
Second is Alexander Lukovnikov with 7, third is Roman Kitaev also with 7 points.

Replay the games here

Final standings Master section

1 Kokarev Dmitry 7
2 Stukopin Andrey 7
3 Bocharov Dmitry 7
4 Matinian Nikita 7
5 Sindarov Javokhir 6,5
6 Timofeev Artyom 6,5
7 Tiviakov Sergei 6,5
8 Chigaev Maksim 6,5
9 Iljiushenok Ilia 6,5
10 Kryakvin Dmitry 6,5
11 Popov Ivan 6
12 Maghsoodloo Parham 6
13 Gabrielian Artur 6
14 Afanasiev Nikita 6
15 Savchenko Boris 6
16 Belous Vladimir 6
17 Pavlov Sergey 6
18 Volkov Sergey 6
19 Potapov Pavel 5,5
20 Akash Pc Iyer 5,5
21 Ponkratov Pavel 5,5
22 Kabanov Nikolai 5,5
23 Kozionov Kirill 5,5
24 Faizrakhmanov Ramil 5,5
25 Demidov Mikhail 5,5
26 Makarian Rudik 5,5
27 Belyakov Bogdan 5,5
28 Triapishko Alexandr 5,5
29 Maiorov Nikita 5,5
30 Dzhumaev Marat 5,5
31 Karpenko Artem 5,5
32 Drygalov Sergey 5,5
33 Tsydypov Zhamsaran 5,5
34 Korneev Oleg 5,5
35 Khanin Semen 5,5
36 Polschikov Alexey 5,5
37 Golubov Saveliy 5,5
38 Ergeshov Timur 5,5
39 Pridorozhni Aleksei 5
40 Nesterov Arseniy 5
41 Bryakin Mikhail 5
42 Drygalov Andrey 5
43 Ulko Jaroslav 5
44 Gubajdullin Alexei 5
45 Shagbazyan Taron 5
46 Cherniaev Alexander 5
47 Khegay Dmitriy 5
48 Palachev Petr 5
49 Murzin Volodar 5
50 Provotorov Ivan 5
51 Solozhenkina Elizaveta 5
52 Moskalenko Alexander 5
53 Perov German 5
54 Pogosyan Stefan 5
55 Bykov Oleg 5
56 Malyshev Grigory 5
57 Grachev Alexey 5
58 Gukesh D 4,5
59 Looshnikov Nikolai 4,5
60 Tsoi Dmitry 4,5
61 Anikonov Dmitry 4,5
62 Rodin Dmitrij 4,5
Sergienko Sergey 4,5
64 Shinkevich Vitaly 4,5
65 Mammadzada Gunay 4,5
66 Salemgareev Tagir 4,5
67 Demianjuk Alexander 4,5
68 Shubin Kirill 4,5
69 Yagupov Igor 4,5
70 Kyshtymov Daniil 4,5
71 Yeritsyan Aram 4,5
72 Domogaev Sergey 4,5
73 Sattarov Bobir 4,5
74 Kostin Alexey 4,5
75 Najdin Danil 4,5
76 Yangutov Aleksey 4
77 Zaika Daniil 4
78 German Nikita 4
79 Nozdrachev Leonid 4
Odegov Artem 4
81 Gurvich Vitaly 4
Krivtsov Alexander 4
83 Tsvetkov Andrey 4
84 Maltsevskaya Aleksandra 4
85 Volotovsky Kirill 4
86 Lysenko Margarita 4
87 Volkov Roman 4
88 Sargissyan Sargis 4
89 Khokhlova Daria 4
90 Egorov Pavel 4
91 Murtazin Ruslan 4
92 Zhitnikov Konstantin 4
93 Peskov Alexsey 4
94 Parfenov Viktor N. 4
95 Lazarov Alexander 4
96 Ioffe Ilya 3,5
97 Volovich Vasily 3,5
98 Sinitsina Anastassia 3,5
99 Konnov Oleg 3,5
100 Davydov Sergey P. 3,5
101 Ibadov Dashgyn 3,5
102 Shemyakin Valeriy 3,5
103 Kovalenko Sergey 3,5
104 Dmitriev Igor 3,5
105 Bedenko Nikita 3,5
106 Chapurin Alexey V. 3,5
107 Medzinovskiy Petr 3,5
108 Afanasieva Alexandra 3,5
109 Thrish Karthik 3
110 Schepetkova Margarita 3
111 Apryshko Gleb 3
112 Lystsov Leonid 3
113 Nazaretyan Tigran 3
114 Sukhareva Evgeniya 3
115 Kochukova Anna 3
116 Geshko Aleksey 3
117 Gasparian Haik 3
118 Mendonca Leon Luke 3
119 Tatarintsev Egor 3
120 Yakimenko Alexander A. 3
121 Shoboev Dandar 2,5
122 Klimentov Roman 2,5
123 Seregina Maria 2,5
124 Selifonova Aleksandra 2,5
125 Gutkovich Polina 2,5
126 Shaydullina Sandugach 2
127 Pokhvalit Alexander 2
128 Stukan Martin 1,5
129 Lingur Zalina 1
130 Martynyuk Elizaveta 0,5
131 Cherednichenko Dmitrij 0

Final standings Fide open

1 Lebedev Mikhail S. 7,5
2 Lukovnikov Alexander 7
3 Kitaev Roman 7
4 Provkin Vladimir 7
Kazmin Semen 7
6 Ilyina Lada 7
7 Kulpin Dmitriy 6,5
8 Artemov Nikita 6,5
9 Novikov Sergey D 6,5
10 Garafutdinov Ainur 6,5
11 Beldyugin Alexey 6,5
12 Nesterov Andrey 6,5
13 Abramov Ilya 6,5
14 Tikhonov Viacheslav 6,5
15 Efendiev Enver 6,5
16 Lepaev Andrey 6
17 Martyntsev Roman 6
18 Khajrutdinov Ildar 6
19 Ioffe Evgeny 6
20 Napalkov Vladimir 6
21 Koshevarov Alexander 6
22 Selensky Andrey 6
23 Bruyatskaya Mariya 6
24 Shushunov Aleksei 6
25 Manukovsky Vladimir 6
26 Kuzmin Roman 5,5
27 Bobkov Vadim 5,5
28 Lilov Aleksandr 5,5
29 Kolomensky Vladimir 5,5
30 Pingin Artem 5,5
31 Nakonechny Ignat 5,5
32 Peschansky Mikhail 5,5
33 Yakimenko Alexander A. 5,5
34 Zisin Oleg 5,5
35 Tverdokhleb Aleksandr 5,5
36 Strukova Ksenia 5,5
37 Katyshkina Anastasia 5,5
38 Gulko Oleg 5,5
39 Sokolovsky Victor 5,5
40 Yudin Sergei 5,5
41 Kalashnikova Elena 5,5
42 Gutsulyak Nikolay 5
43 Katkov Vitaly 5
44 Zaitseva Lyudmila 5
45 Levicheva Ekaterina 5
46 Kutyanina Mariya 5
47 Bitkinin Lenar 5
48 Kolyuzhnov Vladislav 5
49 Maraktanov Andrey 5
Korolkov Alexander 5
51 Kokueva Alisa 5
52 Savoskin Vladimir 5
53 Moshkin Mikhail 5
54 Biskup Stepan 5
55 Mikhnenko Alexander 5
56 Fadin Evgeny 5
57 Neklyudov Taras 5
58 Koptev Ruslan 5
59 Klevets Ksenia 5
60 Pak Nikita 5
61 Leolko Ludmila 5
62 Zhapova Yana 5
63 Stepanenko Kirill 5
64 Shoshin Kirill 5
65 Knyazev Pavel 5
66 Slastikhin Vladislav 4,5
67 Polukhin Alexander 4,5
68 Aloyan Mikhail 4,5
69 Popov Maksim 4,5
70 Popelyshev Igor V. 4,5
71 Poltavets Ivan 4,5
72 Pivina Mariya 4,5
73 Murzina Agata 4,5
74 Mikheeva Galina 4,5
75 Anisimov V. 4,5
76 Kasantsev Anatolij B. 4,5
77 Bukatin Arseny 4,5
78 Piskov Vladimir A. 4,5
79 Vasiljev Ilya 4,5
80 Lupolov Boris 4,5
81 Filippov Vladimir 4,5
82 Tatarintsev Mikhail 4,5
83 Gorodnichev Alexey 4
84 Pokhlebin Sergej 4
85 Grekhov Luka 4
86 Kushnarenko Egor 4
87 Sukhareva Valentina 4
88 Markevich Arseniy 4
89 Godzhurov Lidzhi 4
90 Shestakova Ekaterina 4
91 Yaurov Egor 4
92 Vorobiov Nikolai 4
93 Morgachev Sergey 4
94 Rubtsov Victor 4
Suleymanov Emirlan 4
Badtrutdinova Darya 4
97 Ochirova Anita 4
98 Makarov Anton 4
99 Netsvetaev Kirill 4
100 Khanin Alexandr 4
101 Gerasko Viacheslav 4
102 Kuzminykh Nikita 4
103 Tatarinova Elena 4
104 Shcherbinin Nikolay 4
105 Krekoten Vladimir 4
106 Sobina Pavel 3,5
107 Zakharov Denis 3,5
108 Teryaeva Valeria 3,5
109 Ismailov Samir 3,5
110 Rudakov Sergey S. 3,5
111 Malinin Sergey 3,5
112 Pikalova Sofya 3,5
Ryumshin Vladislav 3,5
114 Volovich Evgeny 3,5
115 Kuzmin Vitaly 3,5
116 Astakhov Alexander 3,5
117 Sibgatullin Amir 3,5
118 Sushkov Mikhail 3,5
119 Voronin Yaroslav 3,5
120 Ragimli Deniz 3,5
121 Titarenko Pavel 3,5
122 Agibalov Roman 3
123 Efendieva Alina 3
124 Lesnykh Zhanna 3
125 Denisenko Dmitry 3
126 Granovskaya Ekaterina 3
127 Vlasova Olesia 3
128 Strukov Dmitry 3
129 Chuprik Ilya 3
130 Popov Denis 3
Kuritsina Zlata 3
132 Makushin Aleksandr 3
133 Pogorelov Aleksey 3
134 Meshkov Timofey 3
135 Shipitsyna Guzyal 3
136 Pokasova Irina 3
137 Zakharov Timofey V. 3
138 Krupin Victor 2,5
139 Lysenko Olesya 2,5
140 Koshelev Vladimir 2,5
141 Degtiarev Viktor 2,5
142 Lebedeva Ekaterina 2,5
143 Titov Oleg 2
144 Povelitsa Nikolai 2
145 Kremneva Ekaterina 2
146 Neklyudova Taisiya 1,5
147 Abrosimov Pavel 1,5
148 Cherniavskaya Klara 1

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HSG Open 2018

Thu, 06/21/2018 - 23:40

13th HSG Open tournament, will be held in Hilversum from Friday 22 June to Sunday 24 June 2018.

6 rounds of Swiss tournament with:

Group A> 1900 (Fide rating)
Group B> 1550 and <1950 (Fide rating, if not present, then KNSB rating)
Group C <1600 (KNSB rating)
Four groups (KNSB rating, if not present, then Fide rating)
The players of the A and B group will be registered with their new FIDE rating for the June 1 . The players of the C group and four groups will receive their final KNSB rating from the 1 May list. It is possible that due to a change in the rating you can end up in another group.

Time control
1 hour and 50 minutes for the whole game + 10 seconds per move, from move 1.

Playtime A, B and C group
Friday: 12:30 - 16:30 and 18:30 - 22:30
Saturday: 12:30 - 16:30 and 18:30 - 22:30
Sunday: 09:30 - 13 : 30 and 14:15 - 18:15

Playing time Four camps
Friday: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Saturday: 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Sunday: 2:15 pm - 6:15 pm

Award ceremony Sunday at 6:45 pm

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

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Paris Grand Chess Tour Rapid Day 2 Recap

Thu, 06/21/2018 - 23:25

After three more days of rapid, Wesley So emerged as the sole leader of the tournament. He is now a full point ahead of the field, with Levon Aronian and Sergy Karjakin trailing him closely. Both So and Karjakin had an excellent showing today, scoring 2.5/3 points. The Russian grandmaster expressed that his rival is playing brilliant chess and might be unstoppable, but felt much more confident after his second win of the day. Levon Aronian came into the day tied with the leader but was not able to keep pace and only won one game. Hikaru Nakamura and Viswanathan Anand are trailing the leader by two points and are still a striking distance away. Tomorrow the winner of the rapid portion will be decided.

Round 4
The day started with a bloody round of four decisive games and just one draw. Two of the leaders, Wesley So and Levon Aronian kept pace with each other by defeating Vladimir Kramnik and Shakriyar Mamedyarov, respectively. The American won in a quiet manner, by locking his opponent’s knight out of the game and winning material. Mamedyarov played quite aggressively in the opening, launching an attack on the kingside, but Aronian was able to turn the tables and went for a king hunt himself. Viswanathan Anand, who was the other leader coming into the round, wasn’t able to break through Sergey Karjakin’s defense and had to settle for a draw. Alexander Grischuk won an attacking game against Maxime Vachier-Lagrave with a nice tactical shot. Hikaru Nakamura took any chance he could get against his Olympiad teammate Fabiano Caruana, who is seemingly poor form. His efforts eventually paid off when Caruana collapsed and blundered several times in the endgame.

Round 5
The quieter round allowed Welsey So to become a clear leader after defeating Alexander Grischuk. The Russian sacrificed a pawn in a dynamic position but overlooked a knight retreat which left So with decisive material advantage. Sergey Karjakin demonstrated why opposite color bishops are dangerous in the middlegame by launching a devastating attack against Shakriyar Mamedyarov’s king. Levon Aronian remained a point behind the leader with a solid draw against Valdimir Kramnik. Hikaru Nakamura and Viswanathan Anand tied with Karjakin for third place after drawing Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Fabiano Caruana respectively.
Round 6
Sergey Karjakin kept climbing in the standings after unleashing a brilliant sacrifice and leaving Vladimir Kramnik’s king defenseless. The draws in the rest of the games allowed the Russian to tie for second place with only a point behind the leader. In the big match up of the round between Levon Aronian and Wesley So, the Armenian was not able to utilize his slight advantage and settled for the peaceful result. Viswanathan Anand and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave agreed to a draw when there were only kings left on the board. Hikaru Nakamura was once again the last man standing until Alexander Grischuk forced a draw with a perpetual check. The early piece exchanges in the battle between Shakriyar Mamedyarov and Fabiano Caruana lead to an uneventful game.

report by Tatev Abrahamyan

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Paris Grand Chess Tour Rapid Day 1 Recap

Thu, 06/21/2018 - 08:38

Three days after the conclusion of Your Next move, the players continued on to Paris for the second leg of Grand Chess Tour. The wildcard for this event is former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik, who was also a wildcard in last year’s edition. After three rounds of rapid, Wesley So, Levon Aronian and Viswanathan Anand are tied for the lead with 4/6. Tomorrow promises to bring even more excitement as the leaders will be facing off against each other.

Standings after round 3. In the rapid a win is worth 2 points, a draw is 1 point and a loss is 0
Round 1
The winner of the Your Next Move Wesley So took an early lead by defeating his countryman Fabiano Caruana, just as he did in Leuven. Levon Aronian kept pace with a win over Alexander Grischuk. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave had material advantage against Sergey Karjakin but was unable to convert with the black pieces. Vladimir Kramnik and Shakriyar Mamedyarov drew Hikaru Nakamura and Viswanathan Anand respectively.

Round 2
This round also saw two decisive results. After his first round win, Wesley So immediately stumbled and lost to Shakriyar Mamedyarov in an opposite color bishop endgame. In the match of former World Champions, Vladimir Kramnik’s blunder against Viswanathan Anand cost him a rook and consequently the game. World Championship contender Fabiano Caruana recovered from his first round loss with a solid draw with the black pieces against Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. The all-Russian match up of Alexander Grischuk and Sergey Karjakin was a quiet affair as was the one between Hikaru Nakamura and Levon Aronian.

Round 3
This was the bloodiest round of the day with three decisive games. Wesley So sacrificed his queen for a rook, a bishop and a pawn. The material imbalance favored the American, forcing Maxime Vachier-Lagrave to give up even more material and thus resign. Vladimir Kramnik showed off his superior endgame skills, after Shakriyar Mamedyarov misplayed the position at the key moment. Levon Aronian and Viswanathan Anand drew quickly whereas the game between Sergey Karjakin and Hikaru Nakamura was a slugfest. The two grandmasters battled it out until they had mere seconds left on the clock. The evaluation of the position kept changing as the players were blitzing their moves, finally reaching a position where there weren’t enough pieces left on the board to keep playing.

report by Tatev Abrahamyan

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Czech Women’s Championship 2018

Wed, 06/20/2018 - 07:14

The Czech Women’s Championship is a round-robin tournament of 10 players taking place from 21-29 June, 2018 in České Budějovice. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess 12th Chess Festival “Silver Lake 2018“ /Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 /Chinese Team Championship

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11th Karen Asrian Memorial

Wed, 06/20/2018 - 07:05

Karen Asrian

The 11th Karen Asrian Memorial is taking place in the Armenian mountain spa town of Jermuk from 21-29 June 2018. The 9-round Swiss Open is held in memory of Karen Asrian, the 3-time Armenian Champion who died in 2008 at the age of only 28. The time control is 90 minutes for 40 moves, then 30 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1. The prize fund is $27,000, with $7,000 for first place.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess 2nd Hersonissos International Open /Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 /European Amateur Chess Championship 2018

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FIDE Seminar for International Organizers in Batumi, Georgia

Wed, 06/20/2018 - 06:29

Objective: To educate and certify Organizers on an international basis. The seminar is organized by the FIDE Events Commission (EVE).

Subject: Successful Seminar attendees will grant a FIDE IO Norm necessary for the FIDE IO title application. Detailed International Organizers Titles Regulations here.

Tuesday 25th September 09:30 to 12:30 Seminar (Part 1)
Wednesday, 26th September 09:30 to 12:30 Seminar (Part 2)
Thursday 27th September 09:30 to 13:00 Seminar (Part 3 – Exams)

Venue: The exact venue will be announced.

Seminar Topics: General Tournaments’ Regulations – FIDE Events Regulations – Bid Procedure, Evaluation Criteria – FIDE Calendar Regulations – Events Management.

Seminar Fee: Free for participants supported by FIDE.

Lecturer: IO Theodoros Tsorbatzoglou – Secretary FIDE Events Commission

Language: The seminar will be held in English language.

Chess Olympiad Secretariat:

Deadline for registrations:
Monday 24.09.2018. Up to 30 participants by registration priority

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19th ASEAN+ Age-Group Chess Championships 2018

Tue, 06/19/2018 - 09:07

The 19th ASEAN+ Age-Group Chess Championships 2018 is now underway following a grand opening ceremony at the Royal Mandaya hotel in Davao City, Philippines.

With 566 players from 12 countries, this year’s championship is the fourth biggest in history and once again the battle for bragging rights as the overall winners will be very much be between defending champions and host Philippines and perennial ASEAN chess powerhouse Vietnam.

Representatives of the Major of the City of Davao and the Philippine Chess Commission which underwrote the event were very much in evidence and demonstrated a strong commitment to the event in both words and deed.

On top of the ringing endorsements, the legendary Eugene Torre, Asia’s 1st Grandmasters, was nonetheless still called up to to further inspire the participants!

ASEAN Chess Confederation (ACC) and National Chess Federation of the Philippines (NCFP) President Prospero “Butch” A. Pichay Jr, also the Congressman from neighbouring Cagayan de Oro City, and very much a Mindanao native, was a very articulate keynote speaker, giving due credit to the parties involved in making the event happen while sharing his love of Mindanao and it’s capital Davao City.

Pichay also made the ceremonial opening moves with a young Vietnamese champion who really wanted to play on, before Ruel V. Canobas, NCFP Director In-Charge officially declared the ASEAN+ Age-Group Chess Championships 2018 open.

In the closing remarks, ACC Founding President Ignatius Leong congratulated Pichay on his leadership and Davao City for its organisational excellence while recognising the critical role played by co-founder Dang Tat Thang from Vietnam for the survival and flourishing of the ACC and the ASEAN Age-Group Championships for almost two decades.

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Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018

Mon, 06/18/2018 - 15:54

The Paris Grand Chess Tour is the 2nd of 5 stages of the 2018 Grand Chess Tour, in which 9 of the world’s best players and wild cards will play for a total prize fund of $1.2 million.
Wesley so won the first event in Leuven.
The Paris event takes place in the studios of the CANAL+ TV channel in Boulogne-Billancourt and features Caruana, Nakamura, So, MVL, Anand, Aronian, Grischuk, Mamedyarov, Karjakin and wild card Kramnik. The rapid event is a 10-player single round-robin and features 3 rounds each day on the first 3 days, with a time control of 25 minutes for all moves and a 10-second delay from move 1. The final 2 days are a blitz double round-robin, with 18 rounds of 5 minutes + 3-second delay blitz. Rapid games count double, with 2 points for a win and 1 for a draw.

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

Schedule CET

Rapid (20 – 22 June)

14.00 Round 1 12.00 Round 4 14.00 Round 7
15.30 Round 2 13.30 Round 5 15.30 Round 8
17.00 Round 3 15.00 Round 6 17.00 Round 9

Blitz (23 – 24 June)

14.00 Round 1 12.00 Round 10
14.30 Round 2 12.30 Round 11
15.00 Round 3 13.00 Round 12
15.30 Round 4 13.30 Round 13
16.00 Round 5 14.00 Round 14
16.30 Round 6 14.30 Round 15
17.00 Round 7 15.00 Round 16
17.30 Round 8 15.30 Round 17
18.00 Round 9 16.00 Round 18
16.30 Playoffs

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XXVII Open Internacional de Gros

Mon, 06/18/2018 - 13:47

XXVII Open Internacional de Gros will be held from 22 to 29 June. The time control is 90 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment from move 1.

1.- 1.000 €. Trophy
2.- 800 €. Trophy
3.- 600 €. Trophy
4.- 400 €.
5.- 300 €.
6.- 250 €.
7.- 200 €.

There will Be a surprise gift that will be avoided between the participants who play 9 rounds.

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 /12th Chess Festival “Silver Lake 2018“ /11th Karen Asrian Memorial

Starting list

1 Fier Alexandr
2 Martinez Duany Lelys Stanley
3 Vasquez Schroeder Rodrigo
4 Saptarshi Roy
5 Vardan Nagpal
6 Cifuentes Parada Roberto
7 Argandona Riveiro Inigo
8 Kukov Velislav
9 Roeder Matthias
10 Bressac Stephane
11 Etchegaray Patrice
12 Robin Samy
13 Laurent Julien G.
14 Forgas Moreno Yaniela
15 Safranska Anda
16 Maisuradze Nino
17 Moreto Quintana Alex
18 Munoz Avila Jose Luis
19 Alfaro Garcia Del Cerro Juan L
20 Martin Iribar Ander
21 Boursier Julien
22 Torres Ganuza Francisco Javier
23 Tornay Gomez Josu
24 Fejzovski Enver
25 Eizaguerri Floris Maria
26 Manterola Ubillos Josu
27 Vicente Ezeiza Mikel
28 Iturralde Echeverria Ivan
29 Izagirre Alsua Aritz
30 Berdote Alonso Carlos
31 Esnaola San Sebastian Jon
32 Sanchez Merino Christian
33 Neira Garcia Manuel
34 Cejudo Urdampilleta Jose Manuel
35 Bello Castano Diego
36 Arrondo Carbonell Pablo
37 Perez Sodupe Cecilia
38 Gimeno Diaz Fernando
39 Cantabrana Garona Alejandro
40 Benaito Villagarcia Mikel
41 Zubia Aramburu Mikel
42 Lertxundi Azpiazu Jon
43 Yarza Amondarain Juan Carlos
44 Markina Amutxastegi Fernando
45 Astruc Iban
46 Donazar Garayoa Miguel
47 Uzcanga Anzola Javier
48 Larranaga Juaristi Alexander
49 Duo Iruretagoyena Aitor
50 Martinez Adarraga Inko
51 Aizpurua Zufiria Inaki
52 Etxabe Uria Andoni
53 Guillenea Lacruz Unax
54 Odriozola Coscolin Alex
55 Miralles Larraza Faustino
56 Ruiz De Ona Cortes Jose Ignacio
57 Lanz Calavia Ricardo
58 Yurramendi Sarasola Xabier
59 Apellaniz Perez Estibaliz
60 Barandiaran Oliveras Sara
61 Pradini Garcia Pedro
62 Rodriguez Inza Alexander

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Festival Astana Open 2018

Mon, 06/18/2018 - 13:28

Astana Open 2018”, an international chess festival, starts in the capital of Kazakhstan from June 17th. The key events of the celebration will include the 1st stage of adult and the 3rd stage of children’s Cups of the Republic. The total prize pool of the festival will be 6 250 000 KZT.

Kazakhstan Chess Federation (KCF) invites all wishing chess players to take part in the international chess festival. Within the framework of the high-profile sport event held from June 17th through July 4th, the following tournaments are scheduled:

June 17-25 – International master tournament Astana Masters,
June 17-25 – Astana Open-B (3rd stage of children’s Chess Cup of RK under 14),
June 17-25 – Astana Open-B (under 10),
June 26 – Astana Open-blitz (blitz-tournament),
June 27 – July 3 – Astana Open-A (1st stage of Kazakhstan Chess Cup).
For the purpose of improving the qualification of Kazakh Chess arbiters, the KCF invited Ashot Vardapetyan, an international arbiter, to hold a FIDE workshop on July 1-4.

All tournaments will be held under the FIDE rules. Upon the results of the festival, candidates for participation in the final of Kazakhstan Cup Adults and Children 2018 will be defined.

Arbiter for the adult Cup of RK –Dias Isabaev, a FIDE arbiter

Arbiter for the children’s Cup of RK –Oleg Rinas, an international arbiter.

For participation in all tournaments, except for Astana Masters and at the arbiter workshop, please, send a request to the email address

Children’s Cup of RK – before June 7, 2018.;
Adult Cup of RK – before June 15, 2018.
Cheating control is performed in strict compliance with the requirements of FIDE Anti-Cheating Guidelines at standard protection level.

General management of the festival is performed by the Kazakhstan Chess Federation, Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Central Chess Club “Astana”.

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Closed GM České Budějovice

Mon, 06/18/2018 - 13:12

The Closed GM České Budějovice is a 10-player round-robin tournament with the opportunity to achieve a GM norm taking place from 21-29 June 2018 in České Budějovice. Players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 /12th Chess Festival “Silver Lake 2018“ /11th Karen Asrian Memorial

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Chinese Team Championship

Mon, 06/18/2018 - 10:45

The Chinese Team Championship is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 19-25 June 2018 in Hangzhou, China. Players receive 90 minutes for the entire game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess 2nd Hersonissos International Open /12th Chess Festival “Silver Lake 2018“ /European Amateur Chess Championship 2018

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2nd Hersonissos International Open

Sun, 06/17/2018 - 12:33

The 2nd Hersonissos International Open is a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 16-25 June 2018 at the Lyttos Beach Hotel. With 4.000€ total prize funds it is a great way to combine chess and vacations. The event is organized by the Heraklion Chess Club, Heraklio OAA, Hersonissos Chess Academy, Candia Chess Club, and supported by the Municipality of Hersonissos and Administration of Crete.

Situated next to a beautiful golden coast, on one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, Crete, and within a 20 kilometer distance from the airport of Heraklion (code: HER), a colorful garden of more than 500 palm trees, fragrant flowers and plants, awaits for you to create your new holiday memories.
GROUP A (Open section): General entry fee 80€. For players of Greek Chess Federation the entry fee is 50€, For players of the Cretan Chess Clubs the entry fee is 40€. For Players carrying the titles of GM, WGM, IM, WIM no entry fee is required.

GROUP B (under 14 & U1100 rating): Participation Fee 25€.
Top prizes are 1000€ / 600€ / 300€ etc. There are also special women, senior and elo prizes. Cups and medals will be given to the first three places in both groups and to all special categories.

Live game with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess1st International Pelion Open /The Baltic Zonal -Palanga Stage /
22nd Voronezh chess festival Alekhine Memorial Master Open

Starting list

1 Delchev Aleksander
2 Adair James R
3 Salomon Johan
4 Haug Johannes
5 Hommeles Theo
6 L’ami Alina
7 Risting Eivind Olav
8 Ranaldi Lucas
9 Djingarova Emilia
10 Lirindzakis Timotheos
11 Vanheirzeele Daniel
12 Lobersli Henrik Oie
13 Serpetsidakis Nikolaos
14 Loshkarev Dmitri
15 Umbetov Kazybek
16 Angermuende Dirk
17 Sielicki Tomasz
18 Stefanov Evtim
19 Bit-Narva David
20 Haverkamp Klaus Dr.
21 Kadianis Georgios
22 Maris Ioannis
23 Pliev Vladimir
24 Lichii Elizaveta
25 Bras Emanouel
26 Warnk Torsten
27 Brokalakis – Gounaris Christos
28 Parker Keith
29 Iminov Bachtiar
30 Storkebaum Ulrike
31 Fragiadakis Emanouel
32 Afsari-Rad Aidin
33 Aggeletos Marios
34 Kouvidis Ioannis
35 Spirou Gerasimos
36 Papidakis Georgios
37 Aggelakis Ilias
38 Kotsinis Alexandros
39 Ivanov Svetlen
40 Kozyris Ilias
41 Koutsourakis Ioannis
42 Mateev Kaloyan Mateev
43 Dagkonaki Aspasia
44 Vitsaxaki Iris
45 Magoulianos Nikolaos
46 Dagkonaki Antonia
47 Koutsouraki Ariadni
48 Ergazaki Eirini
49 Kealar Konstantinos
50 Saklampanakis Dimitrios
51 Alexandrakis Georgios
52 Matthaiaki Nefeli
53 Tsapaki Asimenia
54 Kavouras Kosmas
55 Koutsourakis Emmanouil
56 Fragkiadakis Nikolaos Emm
57 Vlatas Dimitrios
58 Kealar Ioannis
59 Orfanaki Kalliopi
60 Mateeva Yana
61 Sorina Liya
62 Roditakis Emmanouil
63 Aggeletou Fereniki
64 Farsaris Charalampos
65 Gialitakis Dimitrios
66 Alexandrakis Athanasios
67 Chatzidakis Emmanouil 48423
68 Kontaki Maria
69 Lantzourakis Nikolaos
70 Farsaris Michail
71 Karouzou Melina Andomachi
72 Katsaros Dimitrios 42057
73 Perakis Savvas
74 Anastasakis Vasileios Georgios
75 Anastasaki Anastasia St
76 Fragkiadaki Ourania
77 Gorantonakis Georgios
78 Kozyri Aikaterini

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Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour Blitz Day 2 Recap

Sat, 06/16/2018 - 20:16

“It’s a miracle, really…When I lost my game to Hikaru I was about to cry, because I thought I don’t even get to play tiebreaks”- Wesley So at the closing ceremony.

After a dramatic day, Wesley So won Your Next Move, thus collecting 13 Grand Chess Tour points and $37,500 for his efforts. The American started and ended the day on top, but the standings don’t tell the full story of an event. The tournament was a tight race between Wesley So, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Sergey Karjakin until the very last round when the winner of the tournament was decided on a small margin. Vachier-Lagrave and Karjakin tied for second place, both collecting 9 Grand Chess Tour points and $22,500.

The end of the event was the most dramatic one in the Grand Chess Tour series! So started the day with a comfortable 2.5 point lead but by round 13 Karjakin caught up to him while Vachier-Lagrave was only half a point behind. Going into the penultimate round, the leader lost his games while both of his rivals won theirs. Entering the last round, So was still half a point ahead but had the black pieces against his fellow American Hikaru Nakamura. Shortly after the opening, So found himself in a lost position. Lucky for him, both Vachier-Lagrave and Karjakin lost one after another! Wesley had only seconds left on his clock and was unaware that he had already clinched the title. He went on to lose his game, and only after the fact he found out that he was the victor after all.

Maxime Vachier-Lagrave had a very strong showing and it seemed as though he would leapfrog the leader at some point. His performance in the first half of the day was very impressive with 3.5/4 but became shakier in the second half. Sergey Karjakin, who dominated day one of the blitz with 6.5/9 was not able to show the same form today and lost key games in the second part of the day. Both players had the opportunity to tie with the leader were it not for their last round heartbreaking losses.

With the last round win over the eventual winner, Hikaru Nakamura secured his fourth place, collecting 7 tour points and $15,000. Levon Aronian’s last two round losses cost him quite a bit of money and tour points as he finished in fifth place, with 6 points and $12,500. The Armenian finished 1.5 points behind the winner and was in contention for the title until the penultimate round when he lost a key game to Vachier-Lagrave.

There will be little rest for the players, as the second leg, Paris Grand Chess Tour, starts in just three days. Anish Giri who was the wildcard in Leuven will be replaced by Vladimir Kramnik who cannot compete for tour points. The rest of the field will keep battling it out for the top four places to qualify to London.

report by Tatev Abrahamyan

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12th Chess Festival “SILVER LAKE 2018“

Sat, 06/16/2018 - 10:15

Silver Lake

Chess club“VGSK“ in cooperation with the municipality of VelikoGradiste organizes the 12th Chess Festival “Silver Lake” in Silver Lake (VelikoGradiste) from June 17th, 2018 to June 24th, 2018. The Festival consists of three events: A tournament, B tournament and C tournament

The tournaments of the Festival “Silver Lake 2018” will be held in the following halls:
- А tournament – Conference hall of the hotel“Danubia”
- Btournament – Dining hall of the hotel“BeliBagrem”
- Ctournament – Dining hall of the restaurant“Atos”

The tournaments will be played according to the FIDE laws of chess. A and B tournaments will be FIDE rated. C tournament will not be rated.

A and B tournaments will be played in 9 rounds – Swiss pairing system (Dutch system). C tournament will be played in 10 rounds – Swiss pairing system

In A tournament every player will have 90 minutes for 40 moves + 15 minutes for the rest of the game and 30 seconds increment from move 1.
In B tournament every player will have 75 minutes for 40 moves + 15 minutes for the rest of the game and 30 seconds increment from move 1.
In C tournament every player will have 45 minutes for the game and 15 seconds increment from move 1

The schedule of the games on A and B tournaments is the following:
1. round- June 17th at 5pm
2. round- June 18th at 9am
3. round- June 18th at 5pm
4. round- June 19th at 5pm
5. round- June 20th at 5pm
6. round- June 21st at 5pm
7. round- June 22nd at 5pm
8. round- June 23th at 5pm
9. round- June 24th at 9am

Live games with analysis will be provided daily with the best chess software competing in the Top Chess Engine Championship – Komodo, Houdini, and Stockfish.

More live chess European Amateur Chess Championship 2018
/22nd Voronezh chess festival Alekhine Memorial Master Open
/36th Balaton Open

Starting list

1 Georgiev Kiril
2 Petrov Nikita
3 Savic Miodrag R
4 Atalik Suat
5 Sanal Vahap
6 Kadric Denis
7 Damljanovic Branko
8 Cvitan Ognjen
9 Gazik Viktor
10 Stojanovic Mihajlo
11 Blagojevic Dragisa
12 Pikula Dejan
13 Markovic Miroslav
14 Milanovic Danilo
15 Hirneise Tobias
16 Kasparov Sergey
17 Ostojic Nikola
18 Perunovic Miodrag
19 Radovanovic Nikola
20 Lajthajm Borko
21 Ivic Velimir
22 Chakravarthi Reddy M
23 Radovanovic Mihajlo
24 Abramovic Bosko
25 Karavade Eesha
26 Djordjevic Vuk
27 Kanakaris Georgios
28 Filev Georgi
29 Low Zhen Yu Cyrus
30 Dudukovic Nikola
31 Tosic Miroslav
32 Atakisi Umut
33 Stoyanov Tsvetan
34 Nestorovic Dejan
35 Govedarica Radovan
36 Rajkovic Mladen
37 Savicevic Vlatko
38 Konaplev Anton
39 Rajkovic Dusan
40 Markovic Zoran S
41 Kosanovic Goran A
42 Marjanovic Annamaria
43 Marcetic Nikola
44 Ioannidis Evgenios
45 Pantelic Sasa
46 Kathmale Sameer
47 Irizanin Radoje
48 Eric Jovana
49 Ozen Bahadir
50 Baglan Esat
51 Kiremitciyan Ari
52 Krstulovic Alex
53 Desnica Vladan
54 Stevanic David
55 Cerovic Danilo
56 Dinev Dejan
57 Injac Teodora
58 Karthik Kumar Pradeep
59 Kulkarni Chinmay
60 Hejazipour Mitra
61 Velickovic Sasa
62 Avalyan Artur
63 Sevgi Volkan
64 Gajcin Marina
65 Kantorik Marian
66 Pogan Nikolas
67 Tadic Stefan
68 Cvetkovic Srdjan
69 Vafiadis Kleanthis
70 Mastrapovic Vladimir
71 Gazik Igor
72 Baum Jonasz
73 Vujacic Borivoje
74 Uysal Burak
75 Dahl Trygve
76 Nikolaou Spiridon
77 Rajkovic Aleksandar
78 Sahil Tickoo
79 Pesotskiy Mikhail
80 Tashev Aleksandar
81 Cholleti Sahajasri
82 Eswaran Ashritha
83 Parnali S Dharia
84 Garabetyan Arno
85 Dudin Gleb
86 Ivanovic Marko
87 Gunduz Umut Erdem
88 Sahin Doga Boran
89 Kasparova Tatiana
90 Poysti Nathanael
91 Radosavljevic Slobodan S
92 Mitev Valentin
93 Mijatovic Dusan
94 Malinarski Yehuda
95 Nestorovic Katarina
96 Alok Sinha
97 Radovic Stefan
98 Krasteva Beloslava
99 Jevtic Miroljub
100 Rempeli Alex
101 Manojlovic Sava
102 Kuntner Reinhard
103 Bojicic Andjela
104 Tadic Katarina
105 Ashid Tsetseg-Ulzii
106 Djokic Mihailo
107 Akin Yagiz Cinar
108 Yoon Jacob D
109 Dolgun Can
110 Damjanovic Vuk
111 Mehmed Elif
112 Shanya Mishra
113 Saksham Rautela
114 Farkas Sandor I
115 Toncheva Nadya
116 Cakan Cem
117 Dhruv Easwar
118 Vatkali Dimitra
119 Vujcic Milena
120 Emmanouilidis Athanasios
121 Sade Defne
122 Uzuner Tufan Can
123 Koutsogiannopoulou Theodora
124 Kandjolas Konstantin
125 Caliskan Seha

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