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29 March 2021 ă.

A Game of Chess Played according to the Swiss System

A Game of Chess Played according

There is a special place for chess in the world of mind games. It is one of the most well-known mind games. The pawn opens the game – and the clock starts ticking.

On March 18-19, the chess tournament games were held within the program of the National Universiade 2021.

The best students in the combined teams of higher education establishments (four men and two women) played in eight rounds according to the Swiss system. The Rapid (time control) was 10 minutes per game for each contestant.

The team of Belarusian State Medical University was represented by:

Daniel Ignachik – group 1337 (medical faculty);

Alexander Morozov – group 1101 (medical faculty);

Yerasyl Ibragim – group 1541 (medical faculty for international students);

Yuriy Paramonov – group 1120 (medical faculty);

Tatiana Aletskaya – group 1338 (medical faculty);

Yana Sholomitskaya – group 1420 (medical faculty).

So, the outcome is the 2nd place in the subgroup and the 6th place among 27 teams of higher education establishments.

Upon the decision of the Ground Jury, the special prize of the Belarusian Student Sports Association “For the Best Techniques” was awarded to our student – Tatiana Aletskaya.

Author: BSMU Sports Club, photo provided by the Club
Translation: Tatiana Malkovich


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