JERSEY is sending what is considered to be its strongest ever team to compete in the World Chess Olympics.
Polish players Marcin Mazurkiewicz, Alan Rosenbeiger and Krzysztof Belzo – the Jersey chess champion – and English-born Paul Wojciechowski and Tito Kahn, from Bangladesh, will fly to Russia tomorrow to take part in the 39th World Chess Olympics.
The event, which is expected to involve 1,400 participants from 158 countries, takes place in the Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk from 21 September to 4 October.
Article posted on 18th September, 2010 – 2.56pm
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