This cialis online year’s edition of the World Amateur Chess Championship was scheduled from April 25th until May 4th and carried out in Singapore. The event was hosted by the alcohol while on accutane Singapore Chess Federation and the FIDE, which also provided the rule set for the generic viagra tournament. Two hours were available for the first forty moves of each match, the rest of the duel was to be played within thirty minutes. The tournament had a total of nine rounds.
Each and every chess player with an ELO LESS than 2000 points (within the last two years) and a title NO HIGHER than CM was allowed to participate.
There was no international balance amongst the 172 participants – Singapore alone sent 54 of its players to compete. The Philippines was represented by 14 players, while Arabia and Mongolia each accounted for 12 players. India sent another 11 participants, and the remaining spots were taken by other nations. Paul Beuttenmüller (Rank 44), Wolfgang Stang (Rank 54), and Andreas Kirmeir (Rank 76) represented viagra cvs Germany and at least made it to the upper half of the overall standings. The two American contestants Frank Arthur Johnson Jr. (Rank 85) and http://plavixgeneric-uses.com/ Leon Wilson (Rank 140) were not so lucky.
Victor of the World Amateur Chess Championship 2014 is the 16 year-old Mongolian player Gijir Munkbajar who is only shortly ahead of runner-up and fellow countryman Uurtsaikh Agibileg. Third place is taken by Ashvin Sivakumar from Singapore. They were rewarded with prize money amounting to 5,000€, 1,500€, and 1,000€ and the official titles ‘FIDE Master/WFM’ and ‘CM/WCM’.
Chessimo congratulates all participants to their successes!
written by Sarah, translated by Birthe