All day entertainment programs awaited visitors at the stage of the Global Chess Festival.
Chess Palace Reference Schools Presentations
Szamos Marzipan - presentation exhibit
Tuzfeszek Company - Juggler exhibit
Conversation with greatest female chess player of all time Judit Polgar
Andras Hajos Interactive Exhibit with Children
A True Chess Family: Introducing the Karacsonyi Siblings
Talking and learning together with Sophia Polgar
Stage Play with Zsolt Komar
Join the cake and take photos with Judit and Sophia Polgar
The traditional children tournament offers primary school participants challenges in two categories: competition license holders and amateur players. A lot of excitement awaits you after registering for the five round tournament of 10-10 minutes games.
At the International Educational Chess Conference interested observers can see lectures about modern education and educational chess. Practical demonstrations convince participants about the effects of skill building chess, especially in writing and calculation. Conference presentations emphasize the specific needs of the digital age, underlining the fact that chess with its universal nature contributes to the tolerance and respect for cultural diversity, promoting peace between people.
The participants: Anatoly Karpov FIDE ex world champion, Rustam Kasimdzhanov KO world champion, Csaba Balogh Olympiad silver medalist and Gledura Benjamin European junior champion.
A unique joint simultaneous exhibition by 8 year-old Kata Karacsonyi and 87 year-old Guinness recorder Brigitta Sinka, to prove that chess is really ageless.
Sophia Polgar and by the end of the day, Judit Polgar also waited for the challengers.
The Chess Stairs Contest with Zsolt Komár was a great succes.
Through the years there is growing success of the chess related arts and crafts activities, where you can paint, draw, color, cut and paste. The skill building activities were supported by Poli-Farbe, Szamos Marcipán and Happy Kids International Kindergarten and Nursery.
A tournament where families played together. Child-parent-grandparent in joint efforts, one chess board and a lot of fun! A real family chess battle.
Sponsored by Chess.com
Four Hungarian young talents; Zsóka Gaál, Kata and Gellért Karácsonyi, Alex Krstulovic competed online with four youth talents: Raphael Manaham, Robert Shlyakhtenko, Gabriel Eidelmen, Anthony Ge from the USA. This traditional event was transmitted online by Chess.com bringing the games to thousands of spectators live.
Chess money collected at the various Chess Palace stations redeemed for valuable gifts.
King Crucifer, Queen Quenessa, Sturdy Rook, Speedy Bishop, Jumpy Knight and Tiny Pawn were waiting for children at six posts. By completing the playful tasks kids earned chess money and traded it for valuable gifts.
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