On behalf of the FMJD Section-64 — International Draughts Federation and I personally congratulate all draughts players, coaches, organizers, officials and all fans of draughts on the New Year and Merry Christmas! (далее…)
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World Cup 2012 in draughts-64 completed. Belosheyev Sergey won World Cup 2012, Skrabov Vladimir took 2nd place and Tsinman Dmitry took 3rd place. Award ceremony took place during the closing ceremony of the International tournament in draughts-64 memory Vasily Sokov-World Cup Final.
International competition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of birthday Vasily Sokov — Final of World Cup in draughts-64 ended. 51 players from Russia, China, Ukraine and Estonia took part in competitions. Belosheyev Sergey (Evpatoria, Ukraine) took 1st place, Skrabov Vladimir (Yaroslavl, Russia) took 2nd place and Melnikov Dmitry (St. Petersburg, Russia) took 3rd place. See results, parties and team standing.
15th Championship in Czech Dama — Open Championship of the Czech and Slovak Republic 2012 was held in Prague November 24-25, 2012. This year´s championship was a special one. It was open to all players including foreigners for the first time in its history. (далее…)
Section-64 FMJD celebrates 20 years of activity! The General Assembly of FMJD on Meeting October 13, 1992 in Toulon (France) decided to create the Section-64. Ex-President of the World Draughts Federation FMJD Vadim Bayramov from Russia was elected president of the Section-64 FMJD responsible for the development of all kinds of draughts on the 64-cell board in the world.
Live broadcast on the Internet with the European Champion 2012 in draughts-64 Andrey Valyuk from Belarus was held November 26, 2012 at 21 p.m., Moscow time (at 20 p.m., Minsk). You can see live broadcast in the record: http://1322417.livebroadcast.talkfusionlive.com/playback/r/tuSFpOyA0uQ3Tj5T (далее…)
Club Team Championship in classic Russian draughts was held in Bačkonys, Lithuania from 16 to 18 November, 2012. 16 teams took part in the Championship. Championship was held by Swiss system in 8 rounds, time control 30 minutes + 5 seconds, micro-matches of two parties. The team consisted of four people. (далее…)