International Children`s Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 Print
Tuesday, 11 July 2006 00:00
International tournament Children`s Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 was held July 1st to July 9th in Novi Sad, Serbia. Can Emre of Turkey won the games with 8 points. Scoring 7.5 points, Roganovic Milos of Serbia is on the second place. This tournament is under the patronage of the president of Executive Council of Vojvodina, H.E. Bojan Pajtic and former World Champion Anatoly Karpov. Children from over 20 countries have come to participate in this event. . For more info visit Official web site.
The winners of the Games Vojvodina 2006.

International tournament Children`s Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 was held July 1st to July 9th in Novi Sad, Serbia. Can Emre of Turkey won the games with 8 points. Scoring 7.5 points, Roganovic Milos of Serbia is on the second place. Petrisor Adrian-Marian of Romania is third with 7 points.
For pictures and full final standings visit Official web site.

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Final Standings 
Rank  Name  	                     Rating  Score  	
1     Can, Emre (TUR) 	             2301    8 	
2     Roganovic, Milos (SR1) 	     2293    7.5 
3     Petrisor, Adrian-Marian (ROM)  2083    7 	
4     Kosov, Ivan (RUS) 	     2381    6.5 	
5     Firat, Burak (TUR) 	     2125    6.5 	
6     Garcia Pantoja, Roberto (CUB)  2191    6.5 	
7     Savanovic, Vuk (VOJ) 	     2231    6.5 	
8     Dragomirescu, Robin (ROM)      2090    6.5 
9     Zemouli, Issam (ALG) 	     2061    6.5 
10    Rakic, Marija (SR1) W          2128    6


Final Club Standings              
Place  Name                 Pts   
1     TURKEY                20.0 
2     SRBIJA 1              19.5 
3-4   VOJVODINA             18.5 
      ROMANIA               18.5 
5-6   RUSIJA                17.0 
      SRBIJA 2              17.0 
7     NOVI SAD              16.5 
8-11  CUBA                  15.5 
      BOSNA I HERCEGOVINA   15.5 
      SLOVAKIA              15.5 
      MAKEDONIJA            15.5 
12-13 SLOVENIJA             15.0 
      MOLDAVIA              15.0 
14    CRNA GORA             14.0 
15    ALGERIA               13.5 
16    BOSNA I HERCEGOVINA 2 12.5 
17-18 STRPCE                12.0 
      TUNIS                 12.0 
19    BULGARIA              11.0 
20    KARPOV-BJELICA        10.5 
21    HRVATSKA              8.5  
22    AFGANISTAN            8.0  
23    KENIJA                6.5  
24    GRCKA                 3.5*  
25    SVAJCARSKA            3.0*  

FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov was Guest of Honor at the International Children`s Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 which was held July 1st to July 9th in Novi Sad, Serbia. This tournament is under the patronage of the president of Executive Council of Vojvodina, H.E. Bojan Pajtic and former World Champion Anatoly Karpov. Children from over 20 countries have come to participate in this event.
The opening ceremony took place in the Executive Council of Vojvodina on July 1st 2006. The FIDE President honored the International Children Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 among the developmental international competitions.
FIDE President Mr. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov hold several meetings with Vice-President of Montenegro Olympic Committee Mr. Bozhedar Ivanovich, President of Montenegro Chess Federation Mr. Srjan Dragashevic. During the meeting with President of Executive Council of Vojvodina H.E. Bojan Pajtic the questions of mutual cooperation between World Chess Federation (FIDE), Republic of Kalmykia and Vojvodina in the sphere of economics, culture and sport were discussed.


FIDE President Mr. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov opens the tournament.


FIDE President Mr. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov and the 12th World Champion Mr. Anatoly Karpov at the Opening of the Games.


President of Executive Council of Vojvodina, Serbia - Mr. Bojan Pajtic at the Opening.


FIDE President Mr. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov speaks at the Opening Ceremony.


People could watch a beatiful dance show during the Opening.


Winning Cups



Organizers of International Children`s Chess Games Vojvodina 2006 are: Company Minaqua - the biggest producer of mineral water in Serbia, Novi Sad Chess Club and Mensa Serbia.
Organizers hope that this competition will become a traditional chess event in Novi Sad.

 
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