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by:Kingcobra     2019-09-14
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KITCHENER —
Even a whisper is like a car alert at kidina town hall over the weekend, and nearly 100 players are trying to get out --
Maneuver with each other at the Canadian Amateur and Canadian high Chess Championships.
The main hall and several rooms are the hosts of the 7 th kitchen Chess Festival.
Other events at the festival include tournaments for children and more casual players.
Whether chess is a game or a sport is controversial.
Patrick McDonald, the organizer of the Chess Festival, said that most countries in the world regard chess as a sport, with two major exceptions --
Canada and the United States.
"People think sports are sports, but real sports are a kind of competition," McDonald said . ".
But there is something common between the parents of young players.
Dmytro Zotkin in Toronto walks around the hall like a hockey parent in Canada, while his 10-year-
Daniel, the old son, faces five times his age.
"It's not a simple thing for parents, just like any sport," said Zotkin . ".
"It's serious because you put a lot of time and money into it.
Zotkin said that when your child is in the competition, the level of tension is the same as any other sport --
It's not four hours long except hockey.
"It's hard for parents because you're waiting and you don't know what's going to happen," said Zotkin . ".
"It is very difficult to maintain the same adrenaline level.
Daniel started playing at the age of four.
Over the past three years, he has been in the top three in the Canadian age group.
He ranks third below.
2011 North American youth chess championships opened in New York on last November.
Now, however
In 12 groups, his ranking in Canada fell to sixth.
"It's unique in chess or any intellectual competition --on-
First, it's always about winning or losing, "said Zotkin.
"Everyone wants to win.
Kidina's Andrew perleton was frustrated after losing a game that lasted four hours.
In the competition, he tied for second place among Canada's more than 2000 amateurs.
After the game, he repeatedly stressed the mistakes he should not make.
"You basically feel like you're wasting four hours," Peredun said . ".
"You played the game for four hours, you had a winning move, you made a mistake, you lost.
Very annoying.
Prior to the next game, Peredun searched an online database showing his opponent's start over the past three years.
He said the discovery of repeated mistakes by opponents could lead to an advantage.
Jalowe @ township enterprises. comKITCHENER —
Even a whisper is like a car alert at kidina town hall over the weekend, and nearly 100 players are trying to get out --
Maneuver with each other at the Canadian Amateur and Canadian high Chess Championships.
The main hall and several rooms are the hosts of the 7 th kitchen Chess Festival.
Other events at the festival include tournaments for children and more casual players.
Whether chess is a game or a sport is controversial.
Patrick McDonald, the organizer of the Chess Festival, said that most countries in the world regard chess as a sport, with two major exceptions --
Canada and the United States.
"People think sports are sports, but real sports are a kind of competition," McDonald said . ".
But there is something common between the parents of young players.
Dmytro Zotkin in Toronto walks around the hall like a hockey parent in Canada, while his 10-year-
Daniel, the old son, faces five times his age.
"It's not a simple thing for parents, just like any sport," said Zotkin . ".
"It's serious because you put a lot of time and money into it.
Zotkin said that when your child is in the competition, the level of tension is the same as any other sport --
It's not four hours long except hockey.
"It's hard for parents because you're waiting and you don't know what's going to happen," said Zotkin . ".
"It is very difficult to maintain the same adrenaline level.
Daniel started playing at the age of four.
Over the past three years, he has been in the top three in the Canadian age group.
He ranks third below.
2011 North American youth chess championships opened in New York on last November.
Now, however
In 12 groups, his ranking in Canada fell to sixth.
"It's unique in chess or any intellectual competition --on-
First, it's always about winning or losing, "said Zotkin.
"Everyone wants to win.
Kidina's Andrew perleton was frustrated after losing a game that lasted four hours.
In the competition, he tied for second place among Canada's more than 2000 amateurs.
After the game, he repeatedly stressed the mistakes he should not make.
"You basically feel like you're wasting four hours," Peredun said . ".
"You played the game for four hours, you had a winning move, you made a mistake, you lost.
Very annoying.
Prior to the next game, Peredun searched an online database showing his opponent's start over the past three years.
He said the discovery of repeated mistakes by opponents could lead to an advantage.
Jalowe @ township enterprises. comKITCHENER —
Even a whisper is like a car alert at kidina town hall over the weekend, and nearly 100 players are trying to get out --
Maneuver with each other at the Canadian Amateur and Canadian high Chess Championships.
The main hall and several rooms are the hosts of the 7 th kitchen Chess Festival.
Other events at the festival include tournaments for children and more casual players.
Whether chess is a game or a sport is controversial.
Patrick McDonald, the organizer of the Chess Festival, said that most countries in the world regard chess as a sport, with two major exceptions --
Canada and the United States.
"People think sports are sports, but real sports are a kind of competition," McDonald said . ".
But there is something common between the parents of young players.
Dmytro Zotkin in Toronto walks around the hall like a hockey parent in Canada, while his 10-year-
Daniel, the old son, faces five times his age.
"It's not a simple thing for parents, just like any sport," said Zotkin . ".
"It's serious because you put a lot of time and money into it.
Zotkin said that when your child is in the competition, the level of tension is the same as any other sport --
It's not four hours long except hockey.
"It's hard for parents because you're waiting and you don't know what's going to happen," said Zotkin . ".
"It is very difficult to maintain the same adrenaline level.
Daniel started playing at the age of four.
Over the past three years, he has been in the top three in the Canadian age group.
He ranks third below.
2011 North American youth chess championships opened in New York on last November.
Now, however
In 12 groups, his ranking in Canada fell to sixth.
"It's unique in chess or any intellectual competition --on-
First, it's always about winning or losing, "said Zotkin.
"Everyone wants to win.
Kidina's Andrew perleton was frustrated after losing a game that lasted four hours.
In the competition, he tied for second place among Canada's more than 2000 amateurs.
After the game, he repeatedly stressed the mistakes he should not make.
"You basically feel like you're wasting four hours," Peredun said . ".
"You played the game for four hours, you had a winning move, you made a mistake, you lost.
Very annoying.
Prior to the next game, Peredun searched an online database showing his opponent's start over the past three years.
He said the discovery of repeated mistakes by opponents could lead to an advantage.
Jalowe @ township enterprises.
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