Chess Train Gets Ready For Its Fifth Departure

Время публикации: 01.02.2015 10:22 | Последнее обновление: 01.02.2015 10:25

The Chess Train will hit the road again on October 9th, 2015. The route will be Prague - Dresden - Wroclaw - Bratislava - Vienna - Prague.

This isn't a simple train. A 12-rounds rapid Swiss tournament will be held inside during the trip. The registration is already open - any chess player can apply.

 


  


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  • The chess train is preparing the third trip in the Central European citie: Prague, Regensburg (Germany), Innsbruck (Austria), Salzburg (Austria), Český Krumlov (Czech Republic). The chess fans won't only visit five European cities but they will also be able to play in a rapid tournament. Look for the details on the website.

  • The organizer of the "Chess Train" project Pavel Matocha announces that the second open tournament on wheels will be held in October 12-16, 2012. This time train will go through Prague - Dresden - Wroclaw - Piestany - Vienna  and return to Prague. 

  • The traditional Čez Chess Trophy willbe held from June 6-10 in Prague. 

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  • (Translated from Russian by Andrey Deviatkin)

    After a non-chess Vienna - Prague - Salzburg - Vienna journey in 2013, I have fallen in love with the Czech capital. Just a couple of days spent in Prague have been enough for that.

  • Hou Yifan arrived to the Czech capital in order to play the four-game match of classical chess Cez Cess Trophy which is traditionally held in June. Her rival will be David Navara. The match starts tomorrow, while last weekend the former world champion already had a walk with her mother; she also gave a simul on twenty boards.

  • Chess-train will pass through five counties

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  • The world championships at rapid and blitz chess will be held from 9-15 October in Berlin. Both tournaments will be Swiss system events, the Rapid 15 rounds in three days, the blitz 21 rounds over two days. 

  • At the current FIDE Presidential Board meeting in Chengdu, Berlin has been accepted to host the world rapid and blitz championships. The tournament will run from 9 to 15 October, according to the FIDE website.

    It is already clear that the dates clash with several other events. In particular, there is an overlap with Millionaire Chess, for which Hikaru Nakamura and Wesley So have both signed up, and also with Chess Train (the traditional chess event on board a train) and the Bundesliga.