Arthur de Winter, Chess Player
Arthur de Winter started learning chess in September 2016, when he was eight years old.
Arthur was initially coached by Arie Meruma and is currently coached by IM Robert Ris. Arthur's Chess.com Puzzle Rush record (5 min) is 59.
March 2018, Waalwijk: 2nd place in the Dutch Championship U10, 7 of 9 points.
August 2018, Riga: Participated in the European Chess Championship U10, 4 of 9 points.
May/June 2019, Rijswijk: 2nd place in the Dutch Championship U12, 7 of 9 points, https://www.schaakclubdevennep.nl/index.php/jeugd/460-arthur-de-winter-tweede-op-het-nk-in-de-leeftijd-tot-en-met-12-jaar
April/May 2019, Assen: Participated in the Dutch Championship U14, 4.5 of 9 points.
June 2019, Hilversum: Winner of the B group in the HSG Open tournament, https://www.hsgopen.nl/arthur-11-maakt-indruk-in-de-b-groep/
August 2019, Bratislava: Participated in the European Chess Championship U12, 5 of 9 points.
November 2019, Amstelveen: 35th place in the Dutch Blitz Chess Championship (Tournament Performance Rating of 2246).
December 2019: Qualified for the Chess.com Puzzle Battle World Championship.
September 2020: 16th place in the European Online Championship U12, 6 of 9 points.
October 2020: 11th place in the European Online World Youth Rapid Championship U12. 5 of 7 points.
April 2021: Winner of the European Online Amateur Chess Championship for players rated 1701-2000, 9 of 9 points.
May 2021: Winner of the Dutch Online Championship U14, 7 of 9 points.
August 2021, Almelo: Winner of the Dutch Championship U14, 8 of 9 points
August 2021: 12th place in the qualifying stage of the Online Rapid World Cup Cadets & Youth U14, 7.5 of 10 points, and participated in the quarter-finals.
September 2021: Joined the Zukertort Chess Club Amstelveen and Class 1A of the National (KNSB) team competition,
September 2021, Heerhugowaard: Shared 3rd-5th place in the Chrysanten Rapid Tournament, 5 of 7 points.
October 2021, Hoogeveen: Shared 4th-5th place in the Hoogeveen Open, 6.5 of 9 points.
March 2022, Alkmaar: Shared 3rd-5th place in the Tapijtgigant Open ASK tournament, 4.5 of 6 points.
May 2022, Almelo: Winner of the Dutch Championship U14, 7.5 of 9 points,
May 2022, Utrecht: Shared 3rd-7th place in the Open Championship of Utrecht (OKU), 4.5 of 6 points.
July 2022, Amsterdam: Winner of the 10th Amsterdam Science Park Chess Tournament, 6 of 7 points,
July/August 2022, Dieren: Shared 3rd-4th place in the Open Dutch Chess Championship, 6.5 of 9 points (Tournament Performance Rating of 2491).
First win from a Grandmaster (GM) in a FIDE-rated tournament.
Earned the first norm for becoming International Master (IM).
August 2022, Hoorn: Shared 2nd-5th place in the Oscar Romero Open Hoorns Championship, 4.5 of 6 points.
September 2022: Obtained FIDE Master (FM) title.
September 2022, Romania: 18th place in the World Chess Championship U14, 7 of 11 points.
November 2022, Turkey: 9th place in the European Chess Championship U14, 6 of 9 points.
December 2022, Groningen: Participated in the Dutch chess championship, https://www.schaken.nl/nk-schaken/nieuws/athur-de-winter-wint-plaatsingstoernooi-nk-algemeen
December 2022, Groningen: Shared 3rd-6th place in Groningen Chess Festival, 6 of 9 points.
January 2023, Wijk aan Zee: Participated in the Qualifiers group of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament.
May 2023, Almelo: Winner of the Dutch Championship U18, 5.5 of 7 points
If you want to contact Arthur, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo: Ilja Kalle (Almelo, May 2022)
Photo: Harry Gielen (Utrecht, May 2022)
Summaries of Amsterdam Science Park Chess Tournament in large Dutch newspapers:
(Haarlems Dagblad, NRC)