Kamil Dragun

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Kamil Dragun
Kamil Dragun 2013.JPG
Kamil Dragun in 2013 (Lublin)
CountryPoland
Born (1995-06-25) 25 June 1995 (age 24)
Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland
TitleGrandmaster (2013)[1]
FIDE rating2587 (December 2019)
Peak rating2625 (August 2017)

Kamil Dragun (born 25 June 1995) is a Polish chess grandmaster.

Chess career[edit]

Kamil Dragun won medals in the Polish Junior Chess Championship in different age categories. In 2009 he won European Youth Chess Championship (U14) in Fermo (Italy). In 2010 Kamil Dragun won World Youth Chess Championship (U16) in Chalkidiki (Greece).[2] He became a FIDE master in 2009 and an International Master in 2010. Kamil Dragun has also competed successfully in Polish Team Chess Championships (individual gold in 2011, 2013).[3]

Kamil Dragun played for Poland in European Boys' U18 Team Chess Championship:[4]

  • In 2010, won team and individual gold at third board in the 10th European U18 Team Chess Championship (boys) in Pardubice (+3, =4, -0),
  • In 2012, won team and individual gold at first board in the 12th European U18 Team Chess Championship (boys) in Pardubice (+6, =2, -1),
  • In 2013, won team and individual gold at first board in the 13th European U18 Team Chess Championship (boys) in Maribor (+7, =0, -0).

Kamil Dragun played for Poland in European Team Chess Championship:[5]

  • In 2013, at second board (Poland 2) in the 19th European Team Chess Championship in Warsaw (+2, =3, -4).

Dragun shared first place with Bai Jinshi at the London Chess Classic Open in 2014, scoring 7½/9 points.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1st quarter PB 2013, Yerevan, ARM, 18-20 January 2013
  2. ^ World Youth Chess Championships 2010 Open Under 16
  3. ^ OlimpBase :: Polish Team Chess Championship :: Kamil Dragun
  4. ^ OlimpBase :: European Boys' U18 Team Chess Championship :: Kamil Dragun
  5. ^ OlimpBase :: European Men's Team Chess Championship :: Kamil Dragun
  6. ^ "Two take Classic Open: Kamil Dragun and Chinese junior Jinshi Bai share win". Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-05-09.

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