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BISB's Ambitious and Talented - Primary School

09 May 2016

Chess success in Budapest

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Chess Success

On Sunday 1st May, brothers Elliott (Year 2) and Lennox (year 4) took part in a Chess tournament in Budapest. There were over 200 participants on the day. Both students played seven games throughout the day and both of them played exceptionally well. Lennox won four games out of seven and Elliott won five games, coming 3rd place within his category. A massive congratulations for all their hard work and effort in learning strategies and different techniques within the game.  

"Chess is everything: Art, science and sport." Anatoly Karpov. 

Simon Marcu (Chess coach)