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WHY DO WE PLAY CHESS? PDF Print E-mail

 

Chess is hard. It involves mental, emotional and physical strain. What are the rewards? -Rick Garel

 

What attracts me about chess is "personal best ". It is the challenge of rising above the level you may find yourself at any particular time. We all strive to improve, regardless of the level of our play, and the understanding we have of the game. And I am attracted when it is done under tournament conditions, where there is serious opposition to you finding the best moves, and playing a game you are proud of. It gets the adrenalin going. Finally there is the great element of "surprise ". Some tactics are truly beautiful to behold. Best if you find them. But much appreciated even when played against you, and you didn't see it coming. -Bob Armstrong

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MONROI INTERNATIONAL WOMEN CHESS GRAND-PRIX PDF Print E-mail

By MonRoi, July 2007


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The first International Women’s Grad-Prix made history. The champion is Pia Cramling of Sweden, one of 14 female grandmasters, and the third rated women player in the world.

Grand-Prix Finale Standings


1. GM Pia Cramling (2533) of Sweden
2. WGM Lela Javakhishvili (2460) of Georgia
3. WGM Jovanka Houska (2401) of England
4-5. WGM Ketevan Arakhamia-Grant (2418) of Georgia
4-5. WGM Iweta Rajlich (2406) of Poland
6-7. WGM Irina Krush (2479) of USA
6-7. WGM Cristina Adela Foisor (2372) of Romania
8. Myriam Roy (1975) of Canada , FQE Selection, supporting talent

 

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MONROI MAKING HEADLINES PDF Print E-mail

 

MonRoi in Wikipedia

An Interview with Founder of MonRoi Inc.

Incredible Success for MonRoi's 1st Grand-Prix, Susan Polgar Blog

WCN Features MonRoi's Grand-Prix

A Close Run Thing

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MONROI INVITATIONAL CHESS TOURNAMENT PDF Print E-mail

Montreal, Canada
January 2005

 

InnDe has deployed the MonRoi system for the first time in a round robin, Category 10 chess tournament in Montreal ( Quebec , Canada ) - the city where MonRoi was created. The Montreal World Chess Tournament was held from January 14 to 21, 2005 in the borough of St. Laurent . Six Grandmasters and four International Masters, representing Canada , USA , France , Israel , the Philippines and Russia played in this tournament.

 

Spectators had the opportunity to see the Grandmasters and International Masters play and follow MonRoi's live webcasts of the rounds. The MonRoi website visitors are from Canada, USA, France, Netherlands, Philippines, Sweden, Italy, Norway, Israel, Iceland, Brazil, Yugoslavia, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Greece, Singapore, Indonesia, Russian Federation, Japan, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Denmark, Argentina, United Kingdom, Finland, Mexico, Czech Republic, Portugal, Turkey, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Slovak Republic, Chile, Bosnia, Croatia, Cuba, Lithuania, Uruguay, Latvia, Austria, Peru, Dominican Republic, Zimbabwe, Myanmar, Ivory Coast, Azerbaijan, Guatemala, Taiwan, India, Spain, New Zealand, Uzbekistan. TV, print and on-line media and radio stations covered the event.

 

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CITY TV FEATURES MONROI PDF Print E-mail

Toronto, Canada
September 9-20, 2006

 

The world of computers and the Internet never stops expanding. And neither does HomePage. It's your interactive on screen and online connection to everything high tech. Hosted by Science and Technology Specialist David Onley, HomePage helps you compute the future by explaining the present.

 

On August 30, David Onley spoke with:

 

Founder of MonRoi and Barry Thorvardson of Ontario Chess talked about tracking chess tourneys worldwide, in real time, with new technology from MonRoi.

 

James Carpenter from Computer Systems Centre demonstrated back-to-school goodies from Apple.

 

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