Event/Meetup

Game Format:

There are 8 chess tables and the grandmaster plays on all 8 tables simultaneously. Chess players take a table and when their game is finished, they step away and another chess player takes their place.

​It takes about 40 minutes for a full game of chess, but in this situation, people may lose much quicker than that. Please register early to reserve a spot approval at one of the time options; the event will be first-come, first to play.

​Socializing & Refreshments:

Spectators are welcome to share in our provided drinks and refreshments! You can help the player against the grandmaster and discuss moves, but any help via telephone or electronic devices of any kind will lead to disqualification.

​We’ll also have extra boards scattered about so you can play with your friends! Some variations like Blitz, Hand, Brain, and community free play will be available.

​Boat Area:

The boat is docked 10 min walk from EthCC at the address linked above.

​Note: You must register for this event to participate.

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​About the Grandmaster: Rustem Dautov (born 28.11.1965 in Ufa, Russia) is a German chess Grandmaster.

​Living in Germany since 1984, he became Grandmaster in 1989. He participated in five Chess Olympiads for German national team. The biggest team success with his participation was 2nd place with team Germany in Istanbul in 2000. Dautov won some strong closed tournaments: Dresden (1988), Sverdlovsk (1989), Bad Lauterberg (1991), Ter Apel (1994), Nussloch (1996), Bad Homburg (1997), Essen (1999) and numerous open tournaments. With team Baden Baden he became 10 times German champion in Chess Bundesliga.
​Dautov lives in Westerburg (Germany) and works as a manager of a poker community, and plays for team Deizisau in Chess Bundesliga. His actual rating is 2591, his highest rating was 2636.

Date

July 19, 2022
11am - 4:30pm

Venue

Boat "L'Atelier", Quai Henri IV, 75004 Paris, France
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