Thursday, 5 December 2013

All I want for December

     The last month of the calendar has started with... the Rapid, Blitz and Solving Women National Championship, which took place in Iasi. I took all the collection of medals: a gold, a silver and a bronze ( 1st at solving, 2nd at rapid and 3rd at blitz).
     It was a really nice weekend, which I spent playing chess and hanging out with friends in the meantime.

Roxana Anton, Ioana Gelip, Raluca Sgircea and me (from right to left)

With a good friend- Roxana Anton

At the solving championship

With Raluca Sgircea :)

The diet died in that weekend for an undefined time :P


With Raluca Sgircea and Roxana Anton

Almost happy ;)
     I will leave for London tomorrow and the tournament will start the day after tomorrow, with me playing vs Veronica Foisor- another friend :) It is funny how no matter in which corner of the World you go- a friend is always to be found there :P
     You can find the details of the tournament as well as the news about it on the official site of the event: http://www.londonchessclassic.com/womens_invitational_2013.htm It will be a double round-robin, which means that all play against all with both colours. Here is the list of players:

1. IM Irina Bulmaga- 2396
2. IM Dagne Ciuksyte- 2345
3. WIM Judith Fuchs- 2337
4. WIM Veronica Foisor- 2216
5. WFM Sarah Hegarty- 2127
6. WGM Kruttika Nadig- 2127

     I hope to enjoy the tournament and London!

     Meanwhile, I will have to pass another partial exam for my University, tomorrow, from the airport :D So, I guess- back to studying!

Keep tuned for news and impressions from London! :)


5 comments:

  1. Congrats!

    Maybe when London ends you'll be able to make a real smile. :p

    -Seth

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  2. Very nice blog ;)
    Greetings from Poland !

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  3. Good luck in London and congratulations for the medals at the national championship in Iasi! We played a game in the first round of Memorialul M. Sadoveanu, in Iasi 2005 - and of course, you won :)
    Alex

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