Nafplio - Chess Game, Saturday, December 3rd 2022

Three Admirals' Square Nafplio, Πλατεία Τριών Ναυάρχων Ναύπλιο

The Chess Academy of Nafplio in collaboration with the Municipality of Nafplion and the Fougaro Art Center is organizing on Saturday, December 3rd 2022, in the Three Admirals' square (where the Town Hall is located) a Simultaneous Chess Match, where the distinguished chess player Anastasia Avramidou, holder of the title Fide Woman International Metr (WIM), two-time European Champion and key member of the Women's National Team, will face 25 chess players simultaneously!

Βy the Chess Academy of Nafplio, Chess Games are included since 2019 in each year's "Nafplio Castle Run" parallel events programme, giving another important parameter to these multi-themed sporting events -unique in our country- which is their social and educational dimension.

Saturday, December 3rd 2022
At 12:00 noon: "Simultane" Chess competition at the Three Admirals Square (in front of the Town Hall). The invited Mrs. Anastasia Avramidou will face 25 chess players simultaneously.

By e-mail, at the Nafplio Chess Academy's e-mail address:
Priority will be respected.

Τ. +30 6970 090792.

Did you know that? 
The Chess Games is an annual event and they are open to all chess players.

Αναστασία Αβραμίδου σκάκι, Anastasia Avramidou chess champion
Three Admirals' Square Nafplio, Πλατεία Τριών Ναυάρχων Ναύπλιο

Short biography
Anastasia Avramidou (born January 29th 2000) is a Greek chess player, who holds the title of International Master (WIM, 2016).
In 2022 at the World University Games (Antwerp, Belgium) she won the second place out of 32 participants with 6/9. In 2012, Avramidou won the Greek Junior Girls Chess Championship in the under 12 age category (U12).
She repeatedly represented Greece at the European Youth Chess Championship and the World Youth Chess Championship, in different age groups, where she won two gold medals: in 2012, in Prague at the European Youth Chess Championship in the girls' under-12 (U12) age group, and 2014, in Batumi, at the European Youth Chess Championship and in the age category of girls under 14 (U14). She also won the World School Chess Championship twice in different age groups: in 2009, in the girls' under-9 (U09) age group, and in 2013, in the girls' under-13 (U13) age group. In 2014, Avramidou won the European Schools Chess Championship in the girls' under-15 (U15) age category.

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