The Romanian Chess Association will organize the national online chess tournament in January for age groups under 10 – under 18 years old. The aim of the competition is to select the chess players who will represent the country in the 2021 age group and the national and international competitions of the Chess Federation.
In the first phase of the National Online Chess Championship from January 23 to 24, only 75 players participated in chess in the under-10 age group. In the 7-lap race, each contestant received 25 minutes, with a reward of 5 seconds for each step. On behalf of Satu Mare’s Vointa, the 6-year-old club chess player won the right to be there next weekend in the final match of the top eight Romanian players under the age of 10, the coaching couple of Vointa Chess Club Ciprian said. Muntean and Margareta Sarivan. As their advertisement shows, the chess player won 5 wins in 7 rounds, thus taking first place between the ages of seven and eight.
In 2020, Vointa Chess Players have won over thirty Cups
Incidentally, 2020 has been an eventful year for the Vointa Chess Federation’s competitors, although like other sports, it has put chess in a difficult position due to the viral situation. Some tournaments have moved to the Internet’s roofs, allowing the club’s chess players to compete in about 20 chess tournaments (including several national and international chess tournaments) and reach the podium more than thirty times in total, according to a Vointa report. As the list below shows, even during a pandemic, the sports club managed to finish a successful year.
National Chess Championship “Elisabetta Polihronadi” – Kovasna
U7: Balázs Kovács 1st place in classic chess, 2nd place in speed, 3rd place in the hijacker category.
“Genius” Cup – Debrecen
U10: Celette Dominic, third, fast.
Winter Chess Cup – Satu Mare, classic chess
U8: Balázs Kovács, 2nd place,
Satu Mare County Chess Championship
In the U8 category: 1st place bel Kovács, 2nd place Balázs Kovács.
Under 10 years old: Celette Dominic 3rd place
Girls under 12 years old: second place, Balaj Aghabia
Boys under 12 years old: Alin-Cristian Ciocarlie second place.
Fisca International Chess Festival – 2020 Online Edition, Classic Chess.
Under 8 – Balázs Kovács 2nd place
Baia Marie Tinerii Leii Cup 5th Edition, classic chess
Overall: Opel Kovacs third place.
“Ciresar” Moldova International Chess Festival, classic chess
U8: 3rdbel Kovács 3rd place
National Team Championship – Fast
Vointa Chess Federation: 1st place (Balázs Kovács, bel Kovács, Alexandru Sofineti)
National Fast Track Online
U8: 2nd place, Balázs Kovács
Miercurea Ciuc Chess Festival, 7th. Janus Balug Memorial Competition, classic chess game
U8: 1st place, Balázs Kovács, 4th place, bel Kovács
Chess competition for solving tasks: 1st place Opel Kovacs.
Thirteenth. Arad International Classical Chess Festival
Balázs Kovács: # 1 in the Less than 1,300 Live Streams category
Satu Mare International Chess Festival, Vasyl Marian Memorial Competition, classic chess game.
U8: Ábel Kovács 1st place, Balázs Kovács 2nd place
Under 10: Celette Dominic third
Pius Branzi Memorial Contest, Timisoara – Fast online
U6. First place is Balázs Kovács.
Gyergyóalfalu Online Chess Championship, Fast Class
Overall: Balázs Kovács third place
Champions Cup 2020, Glove Technique, Fast
U8: Balázs Kovács 3rd place.
Virtual Chess Cup Hug – Classic Chess
Complex: Kbel Kovács: 3rd, Balázs Kovács 4th place.
Oradea Monthly Chess Championship for Kids Speed Class:
Online in January, February, March, October and November
In Class B (2nd and 3rd division): Celette Dominic 1st place.
Oradea Santa Cup – Online, Fast.
II. Classmates category: Seletye Dominik first place.
The chess club is also waiting for children who want to learn in 2021, so in addition to online education, youngsters also have the opportunity to develop in front of the board in this increasingly popular sport. You can apply at [email protected] or by calling 0744-868-688 at Ciprian Muntean, Vointa’s chess coach.
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