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Video-marathon

One day video-marathon about Russian and not only Russian draughts.
Special for the project "Draughts is a people's game!"

You can watch videos. Russian and English language.

Please watch videos below, 20 questions have 20 answers.

Andrei Valiuk international grandmaster of Russian draughts gives answers.


Question 1: When and how did you start playing draughts?

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Question 2: When you were a child, did you expect to become the World Champion?

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Question 3: What types of draughts exist, what types of draughts do you play?

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Question 4: What opponent do you remember best of all?

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Question 5: Please, speak about your school where you are a head?

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Question 6: Could you please speak about your students?

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Question 7: Please tell us about your trainers?

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Question 8: Do many children in Belarus play draughts?

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Question 9: What makes a good draughts player and a winner of tournaments?

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Question 10: What draughts tournaments are held in the world?

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Question 11: What draughts players of the past made significant contributions to draughts?

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Question 12: Could you please formulate the rules of Russian draughts for beginners?

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Question 13: What's the difference between Russian draughts and other types of draughts: international draughts, checkers?

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Question 14: What is Petrov's triangle?

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Question 15: What are the typical mistakes made by inexperienced draughts players?

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Question 16: What game do you remember best of all and why?

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Question 17: How many competitions did you participate in? 

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Question 18: Could you please show some interesting combinations that people can come across in draughts?

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Question 19: What would you like to say to children and adults who are not sure whether draughts are worth playing?

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Question 20: What interesting facts about draughts can you mention?

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If you have a question to the International Grandmaster please write your letter to - infodraughts@gmail.com - with the name "A question to Andrei Valiuk".

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