There have been important timelines in the history of the I.C.C.D. but 14 th August 2019 will be a special occasion – it celebrates our 70 th year in existence since the formation of the I.C.S.C. in Copenhagen, Denmark 1949. This is an incredible accomplishment, and this is down to the passionate support of the […]

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Following the delegation of ICCD Board member Dragan Moldovanovic (Serbia) for the promotion of the Balkan Countries as well as Albania and Greece in 2018, the ICCD President took a two week vacation after the conclusion of the European Chess Individual Championships at Lviv, exploring the potential of the four countries – Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania […]

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From July 15 to July 2019, Lviv hosted European Deaf Chess Championship. Within this championship there were: II personal championship among men, women, juniors and seniors; XXIV Open Club Championship and VІІ Open Individual Tournament. Please, see attached official results [DOWNLOAD] More photos FACEBOOK [LINK]

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There together 15 men, 4 women and 6 juniors played in chess last weekend on 16-17 March in Klaipeda. Time control: rapid at 25 min+5 sec/move, 7 games. Results of the Lithuanian Deaf Chess National Championship:  

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March 16, 2019 was held International Westerveld-Memorial Tournament 2019. Results: Autobiography: Gerrit Westerveld was born on august 6th, 1931 in Dinxperlo, a small town literally sharing the border with the German town of Süderwick. His parents ran a bakery in town for many, many years. At age 3, he survived meningitis, which cost him his […]

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