International draughts competition “Pardubice-2013” – 5th Stage of World Cup in draughts-64 ended. Competition was held in Pardubice, Czech Republic, from July 10, (arrival day) till July 19, 2013 as the part of the traditional festival of intellectual games Chess-open. See results.
15-18/07/2013 Russian draughts Final standing
14/07/2013 Czech draughts Final standing
This tournament is not a part of World Cup but is traditional for Festival of Games. See more information about event HERE
11-12/07/2013 Brazilian draughts Final standing
Winners of Czech draughts tournament Vladimir Skrabov, Jiří Sysel and Filip Kareta
Winners of Brazilian and Russian draughts tournaments Andrey Gnelitskiy, Vladimir Skrabov and Valeria Denisova
The Section-64 FMJD – IDF in accordance with the calendar of the Section-64-IDF competitions in 2013 holds International draughts competition – 5th Stage of World Cup. Competition will be held in Pardubice, Czech Republic, from July 10, (arrival day) till July 19, 2013.
Program of events:
10/07/2013 Arrival and registration
11/07/2013 World Cup tournament, Brazilian Draughts, start fee 10 EUR
12/07/2013 World Cup tournament, Brazilian Draughts before 16.00
12/07/2013 International Draughts tournament from 17:00
13/07/2013 International Draughts tournament
This tournament is not a part of World Cup but is traditional for Festival of Games
14/07/2013 World Cup tournament, Czech Draughts, start fee 160 CZK (6,5 EUR). Rules of Czech draughts see HERE
15 – 18/07/2013 World Cup tournament, Russian Draughts, start fee 20 EUR
Playing site name and address:
CEZ Arena (winter stadium), Sukova Street 1735, Pardubice
Travel connection from Prague to Pardubice:
From Václav Havel airport get to Prague main station (Hlavní nádraží).
Important note – In Prague, you have to stamp a ticket immediately after you enter the bus.
The easiest way is to buy a ticket for a bus called AE bus, which goes directly from the airport to the main station. The bus leaves every hour and the trip takes about 45 minutes. The price is 62 crowns.
Another possibility is to take a bus 119 to a terminal station – Dejvická (metro A – green line), then go 5 stations to metro station Muzeum. Switch to metro C (red line) and continue one station to Hlavní nádraží. This costs 32 crowns only, but it´s more complicated.
At the main station (Hlavní nádraží), you can buy a train ticket to Pardubice main station. The trip takes approximately 70 minutes.
Connection from the railway station in Pardubice:
By No. 3 trolley bus or by No. 10, 16 and 17 bus (4th stop)
Accommodation in Pardubice:
The costs of travel, food and accommodation of participants – at the expense of the sending organization or yourself.
Other useful Information:
Can be found at official website of Czech Open festival: http://www.czechopen.net/en/
Rate of exchange:
1 euro is about 25 Czech crowns.
1 US dollar is about 19 crowns.
More exact rate of exchange can be found here:
Interesting things: http://www.facebook.com/czechopenen
Obligatory applications together with accommodation orders should be sent by 15th June 2013 to the organizer’s address: