″Chess world blog has been registered on World chess links″

2010 оны 04-р сарын 02 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

Chess World

Today, Mongolian newest Chess world blog has been registered on World chess links.     We are grateful to Mr. MARIO CIANI ( From Italy), director of World Chess Links web site for his valuable help to register our blog. He informed that he is ready to exchange the newest information about chess and cooperate with us. I am very pleasured to this event. If you want to have further more information, Please visit to www.worldchesslinks.net     I will expand international cooperations and inform the latest news as quickly as i can.

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″Mongolian national best 14 women's and 16 men's chess championships 2010″

2010 оны 04-р сарын 01 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

The national championships 2010

Mongolian national best 14 women's and men's chess championships will be start on 03rd, April. It will be finish on 11st, April.

WGM Mongontuul Batkhuyag (2428) is not going to play in this tournament, but WGM Batchimeg Tuvshintugs (2335) will play. 1 WGM, 2 WIMs, 2 WFMs, 2 International candidate masters (Mongolian chess degree under International candidate masters), 5 National sport's masters and 2 national candidate masters will participate in women's championship. 

GM Khatanbaatar Bazar and IM Batchuluun Cegmed is going to play in this tournament, but GM Sharavdorj Dashzeveg is not going to play. 1 GM, 1 IM, 6 FMs, 1 CM, 1 International candidate master (Mongolian chess degree under International candidate masters), 4 National sport's masters, 2 National candidate masters will participate in men's championship. 

Youngest players are Nomin-Erdene Davaademberel (girl) and Nasanjargal Urtnasan (boy) in this tournament. Nomin Erdene Davaademberel is just 10 years old and Nasanjargal Urtnasan is 16 years old. 

Technical meeting is arranged at 17p.m tomorrow (on 02, April)! Re-informing will take place after technical meeting.

″World Amateur chess championship 2010″

2010 оны 04-р сарын 01 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

Anu Bayar

The 2010 World Amateur Chess Championship features the largest prize fund in the history of the tournament $20,000 USD guaranteed. In addition to the prize fund available the following prizes are present:                                                                                        

*The FIDE Master title for the winner of the event                                                                 *The Woman's FIDE Master title for the top placing female player of the event                         *2 scholarships valued up to $36,000 each to Texas Tech University for the top Male and Female participants.                                                                                                                                                          

The World Amateur Championship is organized by the NA Chess Federation. Currently registered are players from United States, Columbia, Canada, Finland, Russia, Netherlands, France, Portugal, Sri Lanka, India, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, here is all the info and side events:

World Amateur Chess Championship

March 19 – 25, 2010 
9R-SS | G/90 + 30/sec increment 
$20,000 USD Prize Fund Guaranteed 
2 Scholarships to Texas Tech University 
FIDE Master and Woman FIDE Master title to top male and female player 
More info: http://www.worldchesschamps.com/world-amateur/general-information/   vs    

Mongolian woman chess player Anu Bayar (1930) won 2nd place for women. She had tie-breaks vs Fan Yun (USA). Fan Yun beats Anu Bayar in tie-breaks.                                   Congratulations to "Mongol girl" Anu bayar and "Champion" Fan Yun (USA)

″World chess 38th Olympiad in Dresden, Germany 2008″

2010 оны 04-р сарын 01 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

The 38th Chess Olympiad                                                                                                

We played in the 38th Chess Olympiad.Women's team members:                                    1st WGM Mongontuul Batkhuyag, 2nd WIM Yanjindulam Dulamsuren, 3rd                  Enkhtuul    Altan-Ulzii, 4th Nyamtuya Unurjargal and                                                    5th Munkhchuluun Tsegmed.        

Men's team members:                                                                                                    1st Gundavaa Bayarsaikhan, 2nd GM Khatanbaatar Bazar, 3rd FM Oyunbaatar            Tumendemberel, 4th FM Bayarmandakh Balgan and 5th Battulga Namkhai.             

After tournament, Mongolian women's team rank was 17th place. Great success! But men's team rank was 73rd place. Women's team played Bulgaria in last round. We drew with them. Men's team played Qatar in last round. They also drew with Qatar. Especially WGM Mongontuul Batkhuyag won GM, World women's champion Stefanova Antoaneta from Bulgaria in last day Of Dresden! Also Mongolian men's team played Bulgaria in 4th rounds. Gundavaa Bayarsaikhan lost GM, World champion Topalov Veselin. Please, see games:                                                                                       

        WGM Mongontuul Batkhuyag 2410 - GM Stefanova Antoaneta 2548           

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.OO b5 6.Bb3 Bc5 7.c3 d6 8.a4 Bg4 9.h3 Bxf3 10. Qxf3 Na5 11.Bc2 b4 12.d3 Rb8 13.Nd2 OO 14.Re1 Re8 15.Rb1 b3 16.Bd1 Re6 17.Qg3 Nd7 18.Bg4 Rg6 19 Qh2 h5 20.Bf5 Rf6 21.Nf3 g6 22.Bxd7Qxd7 23.Bg5 Re6 24.d4 Bb6 25.Qg3 exd4 26.Nxd4 Ree8 27.Bf6 c5 28.Nf5 Bd8 29. BxdRbxd8 30.Ne3 Re6 31.Nd5 Rf8 32.f4 f5 33.exf5 Rxf5 34.Rxe6 Qxe6 35.Re1 Qf7 36.Ne7+Kg7 37.Nxf5+ Qxf5 38.Re7+ Kf6 39.Ra7 Nc4 40.Qh4+ Ke6 41.Qe7+ Kd5 42.Qb7+ Ke6 43.Qc8+ Kd5 1-0                                                                                                                                                                                                                 GM Veselin Topalov 2791 - Gundavaa Bayarsaikhan 2458            

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 a6 6.Be3 e5 7.Nb3 Be7 8.Qd2 Be6 9.f4 exf4 10.Bxf4 Nc6 11.OO Ne5 12.Nd4 OO 13.Nf5 Bxf5 14.exf5 b5 15.Be2 Qa5   16.Kb1 Rfd8 17.Nd5 Qxd2 18.Nxe7+ Kf8 19.Rxd2 Kxe7 20.Rhd1 Ne4 21.Rd4 Nc5 22.b3 f6 23.g4 g5 24.Bg3 Rab8 25.Kb2 Rd7 26.a3 Rbd8 27.Bf1 Rh8 28.a4 Rb8 29.axb5 axb5 30.Bf2 Na6 31.Bg2 Rbd8 32.Ra1 Nc5 33.Ra5 Rb8 34.Ra1 Rc7 35.Rad1 Rb6 36.h3 h6 37.Bf1 b4 38.Bg2 Rc8 39.Ra1 Ned740.Ra7 Rcb8 41.Rd1 Kf8 42.Bd5 1-0                                      

1270 chess players take part at the Olympiad in Dresden, 722 of them are men who play in 146 teams, 548 of them are women and play in 111 teams. In addition, 257 team captains and 120 arbiters take part. Several hundred organisers, journalists, physicians, chiefs and FIDE-officials accompany the teams. Their exact number will be announced at   the end of the tournament. The players of the 38th Chess Olympiad come from                141countries. Among the chess players there are 253 grandmasters, 65 women               grandmasters, 176 international masters, 90 women international masters, 91 FIDE-       Masters and 86 women FIDE-masters.                                                            

Mongolian government members visited to see 38th Olympiad in Dresden, Germany.     They are mr. Lundeejantsan and mr. Enkhbold. Mr. Lundeejantsan loves chess. He is a chess fan! That time Mr. Enkhbold was take a video in 2nd round. You can see it!

      Good-Bye Dresden, See you Khanty-Mansysk!                                                         We are waiting next 39th Olympiad! 

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2010 оны 04-р сарын 01 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

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My first publication is about Women Grand Master Mongontuul Batkhuyag from Mongolia.

2010 оны 03-р сарын 31 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

Mongontuul Batkhuyag

Her name is Mongontuul Batkhuyag. She was born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. She is 23 years old. Now She is studying “Russian national university”. She will finish her university in this year. So She lives in Moscow, Russia. After finish university, She will work in Mongolia. Her short name is “Tuul”. Friends are calling her short name. Her hobby is listen to music and play a table tennis etc…Actually she loves foods.Especially sweet foods.

She is a “good chess player” in Mongolia and in the “World!” With her inborn talents, Mongontuul Batkhuyag started learning chess before 5 years of age. Her coaches are Batkhuyag D and International master Jigjidsuren Purev. Batkhuyag D is her father! He is a teacher and now working in Mongolian national university. The notable achievements of Mongontuul Batkhuyag at international level includes her first bronze medal in World youth chess championship 2001, also won silver medal in French 2005 years. Her rating is 2428 in FIDE.

Her rank is 59 in the World. And “number 3” for men, also “number 1” for women in Mongolia. Mongolia have 4 GMs ( Grandmasters, Women Grandmasters). She is Mongolian “first” woman grandmaster! She is waiting to play many tournaments. Especially “FIDE, Women’s Grand Prix”. It will be start on 29 Jul-12 Aug in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Our Mongolian “wonderful pride” is certainly Mongontuul Batkhuyag.

Actually She is very “lucky” girl. Because She is “Mongolian parentage!”also

“Chinggis Khan’s girl!” So You will be always strong!

We wish you, Good Luck and Best wishes

″About my blog″

2010 оны 03-р сарын 31 Нийтэлсэн Enkhtuul

Dear visitors

My name is Enkhtuul. I am from Mongolia. I am a chess player.

I want to write for about chess players in this blog. I will write new news of them, anymore! 

I hope, that you like it! and Please, join my blog.

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