Monday, November 26, 2007

Nahuel is on the move!

A few days ago Nahuel made his first point in the world championship of chess for youth. It was nice to see him getting started after he had lost the two first rounds.

If you want to see how Nahuel is doing, check out the results.

To explain a little how to read the results:
The first number indicates the number of the round he is in. Then you can see the name of the other player, which country they are from and of course the ranking of the player after they have been playing 8 rounds.

The last number is whether or not Nahuel won the game against the player, which he has done 3 times. Plus the half point he got for playing a tie. So he is doing a nice job!
As you see he has won the latest match, so I am sure he is going to do a good job in the 10th round, which was played today (by the time of posting this story the results were not out yet).

Besides he has still got two more rounds to go, so I am sure we haven’t seen the last of him yet.

I also received an e-mail from Nahuel’s father, Ivan. He wrote that Nahuel was having a really nice time in Turkey, and that he was enjoying the time in Kemer. Ivan also told me that they went on a boat trip this weekend with some friends from Peru, Ecuador and Argentina that Nahuel has made.

That's all for now, but I am looking forward to tell you more about how Nahuel is doing and hopefully so are you.

Also we are still 600USD short in paying all the expences, so if you want to help us out, send me an e-mail!

All the stories about Nahuel are available here.

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