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Chess.com And The Charlotte Chess Center Present: The Blitzcoin Invitational

Chess.com And The Charlotte Chess Center Present: The Blitzcoin Invitational

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Chess.com and The Charlotte Chess Center are proud to announce the Blitzcoin Invitational! In this new action-packed event, the best US Chess players 25 years old and under will compete for their share of one Bitcoin.

The event will run from October 27 through 31, with the first match happening on October 27, 6 p.m. PT/October 28, 03:00 CEST. Fans will get to enjoy the best young players in the United States battling against each other in a series of fast-paced blitz or bullet matches.

Blitzcoin Invitational
Blitzcoin Invitational is a joint initiative between Chess.com and the Charlotte Chess Center.

One of the most important chess clubs in the United States, the award-winning Charlotte Chess Center is well-known for holding norm tournaments. With this event, the club is once more asserting their importance in the chess landscape by bringing together the strongest young talents in the country.

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FM Peter Giannatos is the founder and CEO of the Charlotte Chess Center and will be commentating on the event. Photo: Peter Giannatos.

Among the confirmed participants is the speed-demon GM Daniel Naroditsky, a Charlotte resident himself. With a lot of experience in fast time controls, Naroditsky is sure to leave both his opponents and his fans baffled by his impressive speed.

Don't forget to tune in to Chess.com/TV to watch the event with commentary by Charlotte Chess Center Founder and CEO FM Peter Giannatos and other guests! We will also broadcast the event on our Twitch and YouTube channels, so don't miss it!

Are you excited to see the young talents of the United States playing some high stakes blitz? Let us know in the comments below!

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