You can find events of the club on this page, which may be interesting for the public.
The club may shoulder arranging other organizations' tournaments, usually these events are listed here. Club level tournaments do not appear on the web yet.
March 1, 2006: E4EC-IECC Team Match
Team match started with IECC: www.e4ec.org/IECC-95-E4EC-1/english/
Jan 1, 2004: The Hungarian E-mail Chess Championship
The Hungarian Chess Federation organizes these events among Hungarian email chess players. From 2004 the server arranges this tournament. It runs as an invitation based tournament in the club, players with their ICCF rating.
Has more events, semi finals and finals, which all can be reached at the links below.
Tournament director: Zsolt Szabo
Link to E4EC|
Yes, we'd appreciate it if you want to link to e4ec.org from your own website.
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The Kuruksetra battle|
When the morning of that day has dawned, the two parties faced each other in arms.
The warriors stood in four rows: kings and princes in front on shining charriots, in jewelry and gold-adorned armors, with glistening weapons. Battle flags swung on high poles of each chariots, they will recognize each others and the enemy in the deepest bustle of the battle.
The cavarly formed the second line. They were ready on light and quick horses, to support the charriots.
Huge elephants like mountains stood in the third line, armored frameworks on their back, fullfilled with archers and lancers: when the charriots and chavarly disarranged the enemy, they will roll like rocks over them.
The infantry formed the fourth line behind the elephants, with shields and swords, to settle the battle with their bulk. (from the Mahabharata)
Position of the chess pieces is similar to the above:
Infantry: the pawns
Charriots: the rooks
Chavarly: the knights
Elephants: the bishops (on schematical illustrations in the Middle Ages they were similar to the fools hat: the name of this piece is fou in Franche, which means fool, and Laufer in German which means something like bishop)
The queen is a minister of the king in the easter chess, fersan in Persian, and mudabbi in Arabic.
zazen5 wrote this notice on May 19, 2013:|
sorry stanleyrandomchess.com, typo above, using tablet.
zazen5 wrote this notice on May 19, 2013:
I found about this site at stableyrandomchess.com. I was playing at chessmaniac but quit due to the ads. this email format of simplicity and having Fischer random is pure chess without nonsense as it should be. the parallel server in the Go game, wei-chi world is www.dragon go server.net, based in Sweden.
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