World Individual Deaf Chess Championships

31st I.C.S.C. Congress

           Almaty, Kazakhstan   27th September - 7th October 2012

http://www.almaty-2012deafworldchess.com/


 

Results

15th ICSC World Deaf Individual Championships

  

2. Anarkulov Alisher (Uzbekistan) - 1. Klasan Vladimir (Serbia) - 3. Georgiev Veselin (Bulgaria)

   Tournament Report           

 

 

5th ICSC World Deaf Individual Ladies Championships

2. Gerasimova Olga (Russia) - 1. Baklanova Tatyana (Ukraine) - 3. Myronenko Natalya (Ukraine)

   Tournament Report          

 

 

3rd  ICSC World Deaf Individual Junior Boys Championships

2. Varvaglione Antonio (Italy) - 1. Lapaj Mateusz (Poland) - 3. Petrenko Mikhail (Russia)

   Tournament Report         

 

 

3rd  ICSC World Deaf Individual Junior Girls Championships

2. Lyanguzova Alina (Ukraine) - 1. Alieva Viktoria (Russia) - 3. Nikulshina Yulia (Russia)

   Tournament Report          

 

 

2nd  ICSC World Deaf-Blind Individual Championships

2. Kabyzhanov Bolat (Kazakhstan) - 1. Slepsov Aleksandr (Azerbaijan) - 3. Zuev Yurey (Ukraine)

   Tournament Report         

 

 

1st  ICSC World Deaf Individual Senior Men Championships

2. Malyuga Valentin (Russia) - 1. Salov Sergey (Germany) - 3. Pushkarev Gennadiy (Kazakhstan)

   Tournament Report          

 

 

1st  ICSC World Deaf Individual Senior Ladies Championships

   

2. Lukina Tatiana (Russia) - 1. Kireeva Ljubov (Russia) - 3. Wardziak Ewa (Poland)

   Tournament Report        

 

 

2nd ICSC World Deaf Individual Blitz Championships

 

2. Frink Ferenc (Hungary) - 1. Gruenfeld Yehuda (Israel) - 3. Orsag Milan (Czech Republic)

   Tournament Report 

 

4th  ICSC Individual Open Tournament

2.Checiak K.(POL)-1.Zablolonty V.(UKR)-3.Shajakhmetov L.(RUS)

 2.Zhukovskaya N. (KAZ) - 1.Wilgos M. (POL) - 3.Malina O. (RUS)

  Tournament Report           

 

 

   

   

Opening Ceremony of 15th ICSC World Individual Deaf Championships 

http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=8624  

 

 

 

Program

 

Countries are registered with the form 2 

 

    Countries Registered Players Delegates    
  1.

   Czech Republic

June 7 3 1    
  2.   Slovakia June 10 1 2    
  3.    England June 14 5 1    
  4.    Azerbaijan June 15 5 1    
  5.    Hungary June 21 1 1    
  6.    Sweden June 22 1 1    
  7.    Germany June 25 2 2    
  8.    Ukraine June 27 9 2    
  9.    Mongolia June 27 1 1    
  10.    Poland June 27 11 2    
  11.    Israel June 28 6 2    
  12.    Italy June 29 3 2    
  13.    Russia June 30 28 2    
  14.    Moldova July 1 2 1    
  15.    Croatia July 2 4 2    
  16.    Bulgaria July 10 2 -    
  17.    Lithuania July 10 2 1    
  18.    Kazakhstan July 11 26 2    
  19.    Spain July 11 1 -    
  20.    Belarus July 12 7 -    
  21.    Scotland July 13 2 2    
  22.    Nigeria July 15   1    
  23.    Switzerland July 17 2 1    
  24.    Serbia July 17 1 1    
  25.    Armenia July 26 2 1    
  26.    Kyrgyzstan July 26 4 1    
  27.    USA September 13 1 1    
  28.    Uzbekistan September 14 6 2    
  29.    Turkmenistan September 14 1 1    
UPDATES:
28.09.2012  Usa and Nigeria have withdrawn.

 

 

PRESS RELEASE April 1, 2012

RECORD NUMBER OF ENTRIES FOR 2012 WORLD INDIVIDUAL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS

For the first time in the 63 year-old history of the ICSC, the 15th World Individuals Championship will take place in the region of Asia - the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan.
 
As of the March 28, 2012 Preliminary Entry Form submission deadline, it is reported that a record total of 160 chess players and officials from 19 different countries have already registered to take part at the upcoming worldwide premier chess festival among the deaf, hard of hearing and deaf-blind people in Almaty.
 
Kazakhstan,  the host nation ( 37 players and officials ), Russia ( 34 ) and Poland ( 15 ) are, so far, registered as the largest delegations for the Championships.
 
Here is the full list of countries, which have expressed their interest to take part at the Championships:

 

1.  Kazakhstan ( 37 players and officials )
2.  Russia ( 34 )
3.  Poland ( 15 )
4.  Ukraine ( 6 )
5.  Croatia ( 4 )
6.  Israel ( 10 )
7.  Bulgaria ( 2 )
8.  Slovakia ( 3 )
9.  Nigeria ( 2 delegates for the 31st ICSC Congress only )
10. Azerbaijan ( 6 )
11. USA ( 1 )
12. Scotland ( 6 )
13. Moldova ( 4 )
14. Armenia ( 6 )
15. Uzbekistan ( 10 )
16. Czech Republic ( 3 )
17. Spain ( 2 )
18. Italy ( 5 )
19. England ( 6 )

P.S. after the March 28, 2012 deadline, the following applications were received by:

20. Belarus ( 7 )
21. Germany ( 4 )
22. Lithuania ( 2 )
23. Sweden ( 2 )
24. Hungary ( 1 )
25. Mongolia ( 2 )
26. Switzerland ( 3 )
 
 
The last World Individual Championships were held in 2008 in St. Gallen, Switzerland.  
The current reigning World Champions in different categories are:
 
Veselin Georgiev of Bulgaria ( Men's Individual )
Tatiana Baklanova of Ukraine ( Women's Individual )
Sirojiddin Zaynidinov of Uzbekistan ( Boys' Individual )
Annegret Mucha of Germany ( Girls' Individual )
Alexander Sleptsov of Azerbaijan ( Deaf-Blind )
Sergey Salov of Germany ( Men's Blitz )
Yulia Botalova of Russia ( Women's Blitz )
Krzysztof Checiak of Poland ( Open ).

 

Note: the inagural and last World Championships in Blitz were held in Estoril, Portugal, in 2010.
http://web.tiscalinet.it/estoril2010/olympiad10.htm
 
For details of previous events in St. Gallen, Switzerland, please visit
http://web.tiscalinet.it/icsc_w/St_Gallen/List2008.htm
 
For additional details of the 2012 World Championships, please visit
http://www.almaty-2012deafworldchess.com/

 

by Pinchas Rafael, ICSC Secretary-General.

 

 

           
               
      Final Entry Form 2 ICSC Audiogram      

 

   
               
  Invitation  Program Preliminary Entry  Congress Delegates Partecipation Fees Hotel  

 

PRESS RELEASE November 13, 2011

ICSC SECRETARY-GENERAL VISITED ALMATY

 

Mr.Rafael Pinchas, the ICSC Secretary-General has just returned from the city of Almaty, Kazakhstan. There he made an on-site inspection visit related to the organization of the 15th ICSC World Individual Championships, which are scheduled to take place September 27 through October 7, 2012.

 

Here are the key points of the visit:

 

1. the Organizing Committee was formed with the following leading persons in charge of the running of the event:

 

    President - Burul Begakhmet

    Vice President/Treasurer - Maxim Rozhkov

    Secretary-General - Yelena Rozhkova;

 

2. a financial backing pledge was obtained by the Kazakhstan Ministry of Sports and the Almaty Municipality;

 

3. a beautiful, and spacious Hotel-Sanatorium - ALTYN KARGALY - has been chosen as the main venue of the 2012 Championships and the 31st ICSC Congress, which is planned to take place on October 1st, 2012; see the hotel website

 

http://www.altyn-kargaly.kz/

 

4. competitions in the following categories will be held

 

    Men's Individual

    Women's Individual

    Juniors - Boys ( up to the age 19 )

    Juniors - Girls ( up to the age 19 )

    Deaf-Blind

    Blitz

    Seniors - Men ( age 60+ )

    Seniors - Women ( age 55+ )

    Open

 

5. by the end of this month the Organizing Committee will send out invitation letter, program schedule and other relevant information, including the Preliminary Entry Form ( Form 1 ) to all ICSC country-members.

 

 

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