It has become evident that the Amsterdam 2021 chess results had not been listed on the FIDE ELO ratings since October 2021.  ICCD has been getting a few queries regarding the ratings, and we have had a difficult time resolving this matter. The chief reason for the lack of ratings was the absence of a registration […]

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Dear Chess Friends, Every end marks a new beginning. Keep your spirits and determination unshaken, and you shall always walk the glory road. With courage, faith and great effort, you shall achieve everything you desire. We wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022. Board ICCD.

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Ukrainian Individual Deaf Chess Championship 2021, Ternopyl, Ukraine Men 1 place Zabolotnyi Volodymyr 2 place Babyi Petro 3 place Openyshev Oleksandr Woman 1 place Honchar Svitlana 2 place Osypova Alona 3 place Ablohina Inha

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Serbia’s Klasan shows true grit winning the World Men’s title Vladimir Klasan had to portray his fighting qualities in fending off formidable opposition en-route to the Men’s Individual title. He did not have his own way thus showed plenty of character as demonstrated in his games. First to take him on was Bosnia’s Kasumovic who […]

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Chile again create deaf chess history   Patrico Vallejos has become a household name in deaf chess by winning the Men’s  “B” title that contained very strong chess players who were unfortunate in getting exited from the Men’s main competition.  In the final, he took on the vastly experienced Swiss player, Peter Wagner who has […]

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History for Chile – the Junior Girls title goes to South America! History was made when Chile claimed the Junior Girls title, thanks to the exciting player, Valeska Alejandra Rozas Lazcano who edged out India’s Yashaswi Kuduman in an exciting final. This competition had only five girls but from three continents yet the five rounds […]

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Oleksandr Lapin of Ukraine, coached by the legendary Svitlana Gonchar, was certainly too good for the others for he had rubber-stamped his dominance in this incident-filled competition that involved a protest and a few withdrawals. It was bizarre that the Czech junior, Patrik Vindis, had reached the final without playing a game! Again, there was […]

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