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Showing posts with label chess contest. Show all posts
Showing posts with label chess contest. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Norway Embassy Carlsen, Chess-Inspired Essay Contest for Indian Teens

New Delhi: Do you aspire to be the World Champion of Chess in your life? Have Carlsen’s moves and game talent at the recent World Chess Championship hooked you to this game like never before? Would you like to be in Carlsen’s shoes one day?

Send your thoughts in not more than 500 words on “How Magnus Carlsen has inspired you by winning the World Chess Champion title at the young age of 23” and “What lessons you have learnt from seeing his hard work and dedication to a game that originated in India thousands of years ago”.

Instructions/Rules:
- Entries should be only in English and typed (not handwritten)
- Entries should not be more than 500 words.
- Entries only from students between 13-15 years will be accepted. - An age certificate from your school is compulsory.
- Only one entry per student is allowed.
- Bulk entries from schools will not be accepted. Only individual entries should be sent.
- Competition is valid for Indian students only.
- Please provide your full name, name of your school, address, a passport size photograph and contact details along with your entry.

Deadline for submission: 30 January 2014
No phone calls/email enquiries please.
Results will be announced only to the winners directly, and via the Embassy’s website.

Entries to be sent via postal mail/courier (email entries will not be accepted) to:

Subject: ‘I want to be in Carlsen’s shoes one day’ Essay Competition

Attn: M. Arya, Royal Norwegian Embassy, 50-C, Shantipath, Chanakya Puri, New Delhi.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Chess Quote Trivia Contest - Win A Chess Gift


You could win a copy of the latest Black and White Chess Magazine or a special chess gift this week if you could tell us to whom does the following chess quote belong and when he said it, or to whom! Send your entries along with your address to editor@blackandwhiteindia.com before June 10.

"If I win a tournament, I win it by myself. I do the playing. Nobody helps me.

If you don't win, it's not a great tragedy - the worst that happens is that you lose a game."


Enjoy the chess contest! 

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Quest Software Chess Video Contest for $2500 <-- Fun Chess Video


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