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Chess: 6th and 7th place for U12 team at European Commission

Chess: 6th and 7th place for U12 team at European Commission

Chess players representing the under-12 age group participated in the European Team Championship in Rhodes, Greece. Among girls Wang Luming, Ellis Nagi Nora And Anna the antIn the boys' field Oliver Hangay, David Meszaros-Sonka, Alex Szakolzai, Inti Abel Minja Nagy And Andras Eilco Toth Hungary national team captain Csaba Horvath And Laszlo Gonda He was present at this event.

The girls finished the continental competition with three wins, two draws and two losses, which ultimately meant sixth place.

Anna Hangyal won the board award.

The boys finished seventh with three wins, one draw and three losses.

Anna Hangyal wins U12 Board of Directors award at European Championships Source: Hungarian Chess Association

Regarding the competition, it appeared on the National Union portal a report He stresses that the ranking achieved does not reflect the potential of the Hungarian promise. The young Hungarians still have little experience in world team competitions, which is why it was important for them to start at the European Championships. There were two players in the team who were one year younger than their age group. If they get stronger, they could be members of the national team next year as well.

Türkiye became the European champions under 12 girls and Poland under boys.

(Featured image source: Hungarian Chess Association)

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