FIDE Arbiters' Seminar in Suleymania, Iraq Print
Monday, 10 August 2009 06:04
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From 26 May to 1 June 2009 a FIDE Arbiters' Seminar was organized in Suleymania, Iraq, by the Iraq Chess Federation, under the auspices of FIDE.

The Lecturer was IA Mehrdad Pahlevanzadeh (IRI), member of the FIDE Arbiters' Commission and Treasurer of the Asian Chess Federation.

49 people from Jordan, Austria, Somalia and Iraq participated in the Seminar and in the examination test that was held after the end of the lectures.

The following twenty three (23) succeeded in the test and will be awarded the title of FIDE Arbiter after the approval of the next FIDE Congress:

Amjad

Ali Bahadly                 

(IRQ) 83 %

Abd Alsattar

Albadri                       

(AUT) 80%

Khalid Khudair

Albu- Salih                 

(IRQ) 82%

Haydar

Abd Al Gany               

(IRQ) 81%

Jalil

Sh. Muhammad

(IRQ) 82%

Kamal

Jalal Mostafa              

(IRQ) 81%

Abdulkhaliq Ahmed

Abdulla                     

(IRQ) 81%

Sattar Naser

Hussein                      

(IRQ) 81%

Shwan Othman

Hussen                      

(IRQ) 87%

Frmesk

Werya Qane               

(IRQ) 82%

Amal Qader

Rasheed                    

(IRQ) 81%

Amanj

Noori Amed                

(IRQ) 83%

Taha Jalal

Abdulla                      

(IRQ) 84%

Mohamad

Gabaar                      

(IRQ) 85%

Sasan

A. Mohamad               

(IRQ) 81%

Dhamir Jabar

Al-Yahya                    

(IRQ) 81%

Aziz Jawad

Obada                        

(IRQ) 81%

Firas

Sabah                        

(IRQ) 84%

Mhamad

Hanon                        

(IRQ) 82%

Deniz

Fayek Hassan              

(IRQ) 81%

Mftool

Abdul Hadi                  

(IRQ) 81%

Ali

Rasheed Mohammad   

(IRQ) 80%

Mohammad Mahdi

Abdullah                     

(IRQ) 86%


IA Panagiotis Nikolopoulos
Chairman
FIDE Arbiters' Commission
 
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