Monthly Archives: June 2012

FEFB Intercercles – Round 4

25/06/2012
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FEFB Intercercles – Round 4

Europchess Wins Division 3 of FEFB Intercercles! Europchess took 3.5 points out of 4 in the FEFB Intercercles Division 3 on 24 June rounding up a solid performance that saw the team finish 2.5 points ahead of their closest rivals. Apart from a nice trophy, the reward for the efforts of Vladymyr Dedobbeleer (who scored 3.5/4), Luis Carlos Busquets Perez (2.5/4), Georgi Tomov (3/3) and others is promotion to Division 2 for the next...

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Interclubs 2011/2012 – Individual performances

14/06/2012
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Georgi Tomov, Jozsef Molnar and Mattias Johansson top scorers of the 2011-2012 season! Europchess teams have finished the 2011-2012 season in the Belgian Interclubs with good success. We have had to cover 16 boards in each round for the three teams. Altogether, 29 members played for our flag, which is a new record! Moreover, we are happy to report the individual results of our players on the whole season (Games won or lost by...

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FEFB tournament report

06/06/2012
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Tournament report – 33rd Individual FEFB Championship From 16 to 20 May 2012, the 33rd Individual Championship of the French-Speaking Chess Federation of Belgium (FEFB) took place in Brussels. The tournament, organised as in 2011 by local club CREB, saw a record participation of Europchess with nine members participating. The time modus was somewhat unusual – 90 minutes for 30 moves plus 60 minutes for the rest of the game – and caused many...

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FEFB Intercercles – Round 3

04/06/2012
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FEFB Intercercles – Round 3

Round 3: Europchess defends its lead in FEFB intercercles (3rd division) On Sunday 3 June, Europchess won again the 3rd round of the FEFB intercercles 3,5 – 0,5. Frank Hoffmeister at the 2nd board quickly gained a pawn with Black in an unusual opening. He then swapped a number of pieces and collected a second pawn after a middle-game oversight of his opponent, Etienne Demelenne(1541) from Marche. In a lost ending, where Frank’s pawns...

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