- After a year of absence in our Festival, Klaudia comes back and we are certain we speak for all the chess fans here – that is just awesome!Some of Klaudia’s biggest achievements include:– Polish Women vice Champion (2020, 2017)– Silver medalist of Baku Chess Olympiad– Winner of our K. Holuj-Radzikowska Memorial (2014)– World University Champion (2014)– European Youth vice Champion (2004, 2006)Get ready for some crazy chess, Klaudia is so famous for!
- While most of us can not wait for 2020 to finish, Karina have had a very successful year so far – won Polish Women Championship for the first time (finally!), is currently the highest rated polish women player and also became a mom!We hope that Karina is going to continue her good run during our eventBiggest achievements of Karina include:– Polish Women Champion 2020– Silver medalist of Baku Chess Olympiad (2016)– bronze medalist of European Team Championship in 2011, where Karina also won a silver medal for her individual result– multi medalist of Polish Championship– vice Champion of World Youth Championship (2003)Who else can not wait to see Karina in action?!Photo: Maria Emelianova (Chess.com)
- We are starting to introduce players of the Match with the highest ranked participant: GM Nana Dzagnidze from Georgia!Let’s try to list her biggest achievements (it is not an easy task, there were so many!):– European Women Champion 2017– European Women vice Champion 2018– winner of Women’s FIDE Grand Prix 2019– World Champion in blitz (2017)– gold medalist of the Olympiad in 2008 and bronze medalist of Olympiads in 2018 and 2010– European Team Champion 4 times (!)What a champion!We can’t wait to welcome Nana in Wroclaw!Photo: David Llada
Memorial of Krystyna Holuj – Radzikowska will be held on 20-22 November 2020!
This year there will be an online match between Poland and Georgia!