Women’s Chess Festival Krystyna Hołuj-Radzikowska will be held on December 7-15, and the main event will be the Women’s Chess Match: POLAND – REST OF THE WORLD! There will also be many accompanying events, to which we cordially invite you!
On Friday, April 2, 2021 at 6.00 p.m., the fourth tournament of the Women’s Grand Prix series will be held this year for the PROBIT Cup!
The competitions are held on the chess.com platform, and the players in each tournament are competing for prizes worth PLN 1,500!
The best players in the series will advance to the Grand Final, which will take place during the Memorial of Krystyna Hołuj-Radzikowska!
After 3 tournaments, the leaders in the classification are:
1. Monika Soćko POL
2. Meri Arabidze GEO
3. Karina Cyfka POL
We invite you to the first tournament of the Women’s Grand Prix series for the PROBIT Cup!
The tournament will be held on January 8, 2021 at 6 p.m. on the chess.com platform, in the Swiss system, 11 rounds, rate of play 3 min + 2 sec.
After 24 games, Georgia Team won the match with 25 match points! Poland Team score 11 match points.
The best player of the match: IM Lela Javakhishvili (17 points).
After Saturday matches, Georgia won Rapid part of the match 17-7. Tommorow both teams will play blitz matches in which Poland must score 11 points to equal the result!
Georgia defeated Poland 10-2 in the first rapid chess match. Rematch will be played on Saturday!
On Friday evening, the Polish Women’s Cup on-line was played , in which 1st place shared between Monika Soćko and Karina Cyfka, and 3rd place took Klaudia Kulon.
- It’s one of the most successful polish players, who’s known for her aggressive, original play and an outstanding fighting spirit .She won her first World Championship title at 12, and at 17 she became the youngest polish WGM ever.The biggest achievements of last year’s Polish Women Champion:– Bronze medalist of the Chess Olympiad (2002)– 8-time Polish Women Champion– European Team Champion (2005)– Silver and bronze medalist of the ETCC with team and individually– World Youth Champion (1993) and 3-time European Women ChampionWelcome back, Iweta!Photo: Krzysztof Szeląg
- Rated 2463 she is 3rd Georgian female player and 25th player in the world!Bela’s biggest achievements are:– World Junior Champion (2004)– Team World Champion (2017)– Team European vice-Champion (2009, 2017, 2019)– Winner of the Women FIDE Grand Prix (Geneva, 2014)– Two-time Georgian Women Champion (2012, 2017)– Bronze medalist of the Chess Olympiad (2010)Photo: David Llada
- This 19-year-old had a very successful career right from the start winning her first European Championship title at the age of 10!Afterwards she won silver in World Youth Championship, two medals in European Team Championship and last year won her last youth event and became a European Champion under 18!Her young age doesn’t stop her from challenging the very top players at all!Last year she beat IM Anastasia Bodnaruk in the very first round of our Match in a beautiful style. She was awarded a prize for the most beautiful game of the tournament for this win.Alicja is also a Polish Women vice-champion in blitz, which will definitely be helpful in the blitz match!Photo: Maria Emelianova
- Melia is yet another member of the team, who has had an amazing success over the years, both individually and with the Georgian National TeamInterestingly, she is the lowest rated player of the team, which only shows how POWERFUL WOMEN CHESS are in Georgia!Just take a look at her biggest achievements:– Team World Champion (2017)– European Women vice-Champion (2013) and bronze medalist (2014)– European Team vice-Champion (2017, 2019)– Two time Georgian Women Champion (2008, 2010)– Bronze medalist of the Chess Olympiad (2010)– Six-time medalist of European and World Youth Championship