ECU SCHOOLS INTERNET 2017

November 16 – 23, 2017


Welcome to ECU Schools Internet Championship 2017!

Find the latest updates and participation requirements on this site.

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

AGE GROUP U17

The tournament for the U17 age group of the First ECU School Team Internet Championship ended November 23. 16 teams took part in the competition. The tournament used the Swiss system with 7 rounds, time control for each game: 10 minutes +3 seconds per move.

The struggle was tight, but in the end, 2nd Saint-Petersburg's Gymnasium (Russia) won the first place with the final score of 12. School 1 (Poikovskiy, Russia) is running clos second – 12 points as well, but lower tiebreaking values. The third place was taken by the Classical Lyceum of Kemerovo (Russia) with the score of 10. Slightly behind in the fourth place comes Lyceum 48 (Krasnodar) – 9 points. The fifth place is taken by Gymnasium 6 of Minsk (Belarus), scoring 8 points. In the sixth place comes Kurchatovskaya School (Moscow, Russia) with the same score. Seventh place: Vassiliadis High School of Thessaloniki (Greece) – 7 points. The eight place is won by Gimnazija Njegoš Montenegro (Montenegro), also with 7 points. Poti 5th Public School (Georgia) took the ninth place with the score of 7. Gymnasium 3 of Kudymkar (Russia) closes the top ten with 7 points.

11th place: Gimnazija Tanasije Pejović Montenegro (Montenegro), Score: 7.

12th place: Colegul National Grigore Moisil Bucuresti (Romania), Score: 5.

13th place: Štampar Makarije Montenegro (Montenegro), Score: 5.

14th place: Gimnazija Stojan Cerović (Montenegro), Score: 2.

15th place: 1th High shooll of Aspropyrgos (Georgia), Score: 2.

16th place: College Notre-Dame de Bellevue-Dinant (Belgium), Score: 1.




AGE GROUP U11

The tournament for the U11 age group of the First ECU School Team Internet Championship ended November 16. 22 teams took part in the competition. The tournament used the Swiss system with 7 rounds, time control for each game: 10 minutes +3 seconds per move.

In the end of tough struggle, the team of GBOU 2nd Saint-Petersburg's Gymnasium (Russia) took the first place with the final score of 14. GBOU School 2101 (Moscow, Russia) is running second with 11 points. Lyceum MT Novorossiysk (Russia) follows closely with the same score of 11 but lower tiebreaking values. Slightly behind in the fourth place comes MAOU CO 1 Belgorod (Russia) with 10 points. The fifth place is taken by MBOU Gymnasium 1 Monchegorsk (Russia) – 9 points. In the sixth place comes LEPL Public School 41 (Georgia) with the same score. Seventh place: MBOU Lyceum 40 of Nizhniy Novgorod (Russian), score 8. The eight place is won by MAOU School 104 of Chelyabinsk (Russia), also 8 points. Gymnasium 6 of Minsk (Belarus) took the ninth place with the score of 7. Team 2 from OŠ Štampar Makarije (Montenegro) closes the top ten with 7 points.

11th place: 4th Primary School of Aspropyrgos, team 1 (Greece), Score: 7.

12th place: MAOU Zaozyornaya School 16, Tomsk (Russia), Score: 6.

13th place: Institutia Publica Liceul Teoretic Gheorghe Asachi (Moldova), Score: 6.

14th place: SCOALA GIMNAZIALA MATEI BASARAB PITESTI ARGES (Romania), Score: 6.

15th place: OŠ Štampar Makarije Montenegro, team 1 (Montenegro), Score: 6.

16th place: 4th Primary School of Aspropyrgos, team 2 (Greece), Score: 6.

17th place: MBOU Poyarkovskaya School 1 (Russia), Score: 6.

18th place: GOU School 7 of Sunzha (Russia), Score: 5.

19th place: Moldova Chisinau LT Miguel de Cervantes, team 4 (Moldova), Score: 4.

20th place: Moldova Chisinau LT Miguel de Cervantes, team 1 (Moldova), Score: 4

21th place: Moldova Chisinau LT Miguel de Cervantes, team 2 (Moldova), Score: 3

22th place: Moldova Chisinau LT Miguel de Cervantes, team 3 (Moldova), Score: 1

ABOUT THE CHAMPIONSHIP

Welcome to the First European School Team Chess Internet Championship 2017!

The European Chess Union (ECU), the Education Committee of ECU (EC), and the International School Chess Union (ISCU) have the honour of inviting all National Chess Federations of the ECU to the First ECU School Team Internet Championships 2017 from November 16 to November 23, 2017.

Quick Intro

  • Format: Online team tournament
  • When: November 16, 15:00 CET (U11) and November 23, 15:00 CET (U17)
  • Age groups: U11 (under 11) and U17 (under 17)
  • Team limits: one team of each age group per ECU National Chess Federation
  • Team composition: 4 players (2 boys, 2 girls) from the same school
  • Host platform: Chess King Playing Zone

Host Platform and Organization

The Championship will be played in Chess King Playing Zone.

Teams will play from the school computer classrooms under the supervision of school coach/teacher and official person (licensed arbiter of National Chess Federation). In addition, each player’s computer must have a working web camera.

HOST PLATFORM

Chess King Playing Zone is an advanced platform with rich selection of tools for hosting all kinds of chess tournaments.

The Organising Comitte of First European School Team Internet Championship 2017 provides free hosting and support for National Qualifying Tournaments held at the playing zone by National Chess Federations in Europe.

Match between Romanian Children Club "Gambit" n.a. Elisabeta Polihronide and Russian School n.a. academician Kurchatov, November 26, 2016.  

QUALIFYING ROUNDS (OPTIONAL)

Organising Committee of the First European School Team Chess Internet Championship 2017 invites Chess Federations of European countries to Chess King Playing Zone to hold national online tournaments that can serve both as National Championships among schools and as Qualifying Rounds for the First European School Team Chess Internet Championship 2017.

Quick Intro

  • Format: Online team tournament
  • Age groups: U11 (under 11) and U17 (under 17)
  • Terms and Rules: up to individual Chess Federation
  • Host platform: Chess King Playing Zone

Each Chess Federation is free to choose the rules and entry terms for the qualifying rounds, such as drawing system, number of rounds, entry fees (in favor of the National Chess Federation) etc.

Free Platform and Support

For these tournaments, the Organising Committee will provide Chess Federations with the following services for free:

  1. Chess King Playing Zone (interface in 10 languages; supports PC, MAC, Android and iOS)
  2. game servers maintenance and support during the tournament
  3. organisational support with creating and refereeing online tournaments in Chess King Playing Zone

TOURNAMENTS

Each tournament will be fully played in 1 day, under the Swiss System, at Chess King Playing Zone.

Players will have to come to their schools and prepare for their respective tournaments.

Playing Schedule

November 16, 15:00 CET

Tournament for schools under 11 years old

November 23, 15:00 CET

Tournament for schools under 17 years old

TEAMS

This page will contain information on teams playing in the Championship.

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