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Elküldve KaydenTroff által ekkor: 2013. május 30. 19:53
In my last blog, I talked about having the opportunity to play in the 2013 US Championship (http://www.chess.com/blog/KaydenTroff/living-the-good-life). That was the beginning of the tournament and included pictures of some of the players getti...Bővebben »
elküldve KaydenTroff "My Road To GM"
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I have definitely enjoyed my years on this great site! I am excited for all they do for Chess on a huge international scale! Their efforts are surely some of the best I have seen in the past few years.
Here's my website: http://kaydentroff.blogspot.com/. It will tell you a lot more about my Chess Career, with some fun and exciting opportunities I have had over the years.
It takes a lot of money to travel along the pathway to Grandmaster. I'll be working on my final GM norm in tournaments around the country and out of the country and I'm thankful to all those people around the country that have provided great norm tournaments in this regard. Please donate on my website through Paypal to help me out! There have been a lot of up and downs throughout the years and I am grateful for all those that have supported me through it!!
Sign up here to become a fan of Chess Champion Kayden Troff on Facebook: #!/pages/Chess-Champion-Kayden-Troff/122344848785?ref=ts. I post regular updates about "what's up" on Facebook!
I also help with a Chess Camp: http://tntchesscamp.blogspot.com/
Here is a list of some of my greatest achievements over the years:
In 2009 I played in my first international tournament in Mazatlan, Mexico, playing in the U12 section of the North American Championship. It was a fun experience! After the seven rounds I had 6.5/7 and won Gold.
In 2010 I took the Silver Medal at the World Youth Chess Championships U12 category!
In 2011 I got my 1st IM Norm at the 5th IM Metropolitan International (Dedicated to Sean Christian Reader) tournament in LA. I won all my games with Black and struggled with White throughout the tournament, but in the last round I was able to win (my only win with the White pieces) and get my 1st IM Norm.
2012 was an up and down year for the first six months. I had two of the best tournaments of my life the Northern California International (where I had the performance rating sufficient for an IM Norm, but did not play enough foreign players) and the 21st Chicago Open where I did get my 2nd IM Norm. Unfortunately I balanced these tournaments out with a few terrible tournaments.
Later in 2012 I stopped the down part of "up and down" and was able to get my third IM Norm in the 2nd Metropolitan International followed by my 4th IM Norm in the 2012 SPICE Cup (due to some complications with my 2nd IM Norm we used this IM Norm as one of my three IM Norms instead of that one).
2012 U14 World Champion!!! After 11 rounds in Maribor, Slovenia I tied for first with 9/11 and won on tiebreaks, taking home the gold medal! Read my blog about the experience here. Thanks for everybody's support!
Besides my tournaments in 2012 I was grateful to be chosen as part of the Young Stars Program. It has been a great opportunity and helped a lot with my growth!
After the 2013 Golden State Open my FIDE rating went above 2400 meeting the last requirement for the International Master title!
I have 2 GM Norms and am working on the final one!
I had the wonderful opportunity to play in the 2013 US Championships as a wildcard! It was a great and crazy tournament! Going into the tournament I was seeded 23rd out of 24 players and at the end of the tournament tied for 6th and placed 9th on tiebreaks. It was a great experience to be there and I am hoping to be back in future years!
Later in 2013 I played in the SPICE Cup Open where I achieved my 2nd GM Norm and tied for first with GM Alexander Ipatov!
The PianoGuys are just plain cool! Love their videos...
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