20th European Club Team Deaf Chess Championships

1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament

Liverpool, England  8th - 13th June 2011

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20th European Club Team Deaf Chess Championships

Results final

7 Rounds -

 P.T. P.I.

1. Sahovski Klub Silent, Zagreb

Croatia  14 19,5
    (Z.Klaric - B.Bozinovic - T.Vujcic - D.Svec - N.Perkovic)

2. Kaschtan, Kiev

Ukraine  11 16,5
    (O.Karpenko - V.Zabolotny - V.Kovalenko - P.Babii - T.Ovcharov)
 

3. HGSV, Hamburg

Germany  10 17
    (S.Salov - D.Jentsch - O.Hoyer - K-F.Krüger - J.Rahn)
 

4. 1.PSKN, Prague

Czech Republic     7 15,5
    (M.Orsag - J.Schmid - P.Frajka - A.Ryvova - J.Cisar)
 

5. Arkadia, Otwock 

Poland    7 14,5
    (K.Checiak - J.Strzelecki - M.Szalko - J.Strzesniewska)
 

6. London Deaf Chess Club

England    7 14,5
    (A.MacLeod - C.Kreuzer - N.Dunlop - P.Gardner - R.Dunn)
 

7. OASIS Deaf Club, Bat Yam

Israel   6 13,5
    (Y.Gruenfeld - M.Chernyak - G.Milner - A.Margulis - H.Malyi)
 

8. Rikis, Vilnius

Lithuania     4 10,5
    (J.Patackas - G.Petrauskas - E.Marcinkeviciene - J.Kostiukevicius)
 

9. Gruppo Sportivo Silenzioso, Trieste

Italy     3   8,5
    (P.Deancovich - M.Pasquotto - B.Felluga - M.Grudina)
 

10. Deaf Club Sport of Baku

Azerbaijan      1 10
    (A.Slepsov - A.Muradov - M.Hasanov - A.Afandiyev - V.Malikov)
 
          Final Ranking                                Board Pairings                  Tournament Report
 
 
                                                                                                          
   
   
UPDATES:
21.04.2011  Almaty (Kazakhstan) have withdrawn from the 1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament.

22.04.2011  Ekaterinburg (Russia) have withdrawn from the 1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament.

28.04.2011  Moscow (Russia) have withdrawn from the 20th European Club Team Deaf Chess Championships; the "Moscow 2" team now renamed "Moscow"; Rostov-on-Don (Russia) are now representing Russia in the 20th European Club Team Deaf Chess Championships.

08.05.2011  Rostov-on-Don (Russia) have withdrawn from the 20th European Club Team Deaf Chess Championships.

08.05.2011  Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) have withdrawn from the 1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament.

19.05.2011  Lagos (Nigeria) have withdrawn from the 1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament.

08.06.2011  Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia) have withdrawn from the 1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament.

Entry form 2 sent to the E.D.C.A. as of  31th March 2011

 
   

 

 
       LIVERPOOL 2011
       EUROPEAN CUP CLUB TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

          Attention to all I.C.S.C. Member-Countries                    

 

Clarification of eligibility of players participating in the Inter-Continental club team tournament:  

1. The participating ICSC member-country must update its ICSC membership for 2011 - by a written request to the ICSC Secretary, the 2011 Subscription as well as  the  ICSC Intercontinental Cup (Club) entry fee, prior to the competition;

2. Should an ICSC member-country have more than one club team, a qualifying competition must be organised to determine the champion club team.  Full Results must be submitted to the ICSC Secretary three months prior to the competition proper;

3. The results must include both game and board results and final tables;

4. ICSC Member-countries having only one club team are requested to write to the ICSC Secretary for approval to participate;

5. The participating club team shall not include players who have not taken part in the qualifying competition except in unusual circumstances where a letter of notification would need to be made to the ICSC General Secretary.

6. The participating club team shall not use players who belong to other clubs or reside outside the region or province.  Should a region or province include two or more clubs then the clubs would need to determine a list of registered bona-fide members. 

7. Only one foreign player is permitted for each team  but  the  same  player  has  to  take  part in the qualification competition.  If there is no qualifying competition being held then consent must be made from the member-country to whom the “foreign” player belongs to.  (Note: this particular player must not already have played a qualifying tournament in his own country)

 
The ICSC Board
February 2011

 

 

 

1st I.C.S.C. Open Deaf Club Team Chess Tournament

Results final

7 Rounds -

 P.T. P.I.

1. Dresden GSV 1 

Germany  14 24,5
    (A.Mucha - M.Gründer - R.Hoffmann - W.Kössler)

2. Dresden GSV 2

Germany  10 16,5
    (W.Zickert - S.Krause - B.Müller - W.Krabbe - J.Papperitz)
 

3. Center, Moscow

Russia  10 16
    (S.Lebedev - L.Muratov - S.Mansyrski - A.Petrov)
 

4. Sheffield Deaf Chess Club

England    9 16
    (M.Freund - P.Sharpe - S.Gibson - M.Simmons - D.Whiston)
 

5. BGSV 1900, Berlin 

Germany    9 15
    (H.Lorgie - A.Jahnke - I.Israel - J.Heidenreich)
 

6. TOG, Amsterdam

Netherlands    6 11,5
    (H.Havik - J.Koningh - M.Schenk - H.Johannesen - A.Harutunyan)
 

7. Maasstad '87, Rotterdam

Netherlands   6 11
    (W.de Heer - D.Vons - C.van der Linden - M.Chilton - E.Chilton-Swaak)
 

8. Caledonia

Scotland    4 9
    (R.Burnett - I.Carmichael - J.Christie - J.Dearie - J.Giffen)
 

9. Hetman, Lukow

Poland      2 10
    (K.Michalczuk - J.Lewczyk - I.Kwiczak - B.Kryszkowiak - M.Wilgos)
 
          Final Ranking                               Board Pairings                 Tournament Report
 
 

FIDE ELO Rating of ICSC Players - 1st May 2011

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