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40th Internet based FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar – Results

Official FIDE logoFrom 6 to 10 April 2015 the 40th Internet based FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar was held, organized by the Chess IQ Academy (a FIDE Academy in USA) and under the auspices of FIDE.

The Lecturer and Technical Organizer of the seminar was IA/IO Sevan Muradian (USA), Secretary of the FIDE Rules Commission and FIDE Lecturer.

The language of the Seminar was English.

Thirty two (32) people from nine (9) Federations (USA, IND, IRL, UGA, HUN, BEL, GRE, ARG and KGZ) attended the seminar on Internet and all of them participated in the examination test held after the end of the lectures.

The following succeeded in the test and will be awarded a norm for the title of FIDE Arbiter, after the approval of the next FIDE Presidential Board/Congress:

FIDE ID / Federation / Lastname / Firstname
2093464 USA Quick Bryan
2074702 USA Kim Chris
45078670 IND Marikkannu P
30915589 USA Nastasio Davide
2025051 USA Del Mundo Hercules
2077663 USA Marler Forrest
USA Fong Fun
2065673 USA Vitkauskas Vytautas
2030551 USA Schlich Ernest
10000070 UGA Anuari Julius
784982 HUN Kecskemeti Balazs
IRL Redmond Ruth
2089475 USA Capron Mark
30916100 USA Vollmer Jeffrey
2033232 USA Price Brennan
2007347 USA Copeland Sam
45078661 IND Kathirvel D
35027972 IND Damodaran Ashok
214850 BEL De Vogelaere Bart
45078688 IND Vijayalakshmi K
213594 BEL Clevers Marc
2018934 USA Vaserstein Gregory
2061015 USA Sekar Jayashree
4259033 GRE Psoma Virginia
2011409 USA Bachler Kevin
2053535 USA Driver Riley
116572 ARG Echeverria Nestor

IA Takis Nikolopoulos
Chairman
FIDE Arbiters’ Commission

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