Jan-Krzysztof Duda is one of the youngest Chess Grandmasters that’s quickly risen up the FIDE ladder competing against the best Chess players in the world. Duda currently holds a classical FIDE rating of 2750, making him one of the few players on the list of Chess Super Grandmasters. For more information on FIDE ratings, see the step-by-step guide on how to get a FIDE rating.
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Full name: Jan-Krzysztof Duda
Title: Grand Master (2013)
Born: April 26th, 1998
Place of birth: Wieliczka, Poland
Peak rating: 2760
World Ranking: No 16.
Peak Ranking: No 12.
Duda was in born 1998 on April 26th in Poland, Krakow. He is twenty-three years old and one of the recognized Grandmasters from Poland. Went to the University of Krakow, a school of physical education. Duda likes listening to music a lot. At the moment, he is single. In the games he had played so far, he displayed many tactics that one finds difficult to tell his next move.
Duda started playing chess at the tender age of 5 years old. Since he was a child, he has loved chess a lot since he was a child. He knew how to play within a minimal time and participated at both national and international levels. He took part in the junior class of Polish champions at a different age, where he won several medals.
In 2005, Duda was able to win the international champion’s title under section 8 of Germany. Duda is a member of many Chess teams, including the Conmarch Wojtaszek team. The group aims to improve the talent of the Chess players
Duda received the title Grand Master in 2008. In 2013, may 16th in the last lap of European champions, he finished his final and received the Grandmaster norm. with above 2500 ratings he qualified for the title Grand Master. With the title, he’s the 2nd youngest chess player following the Grandmaster, Wei, Chinese chess player.
In 2008, Duda won a gold medal when he participated in the Junior world champions under section 10 of fun Tau. In 2009, he won silver when he took part in junior world Champions under the province of Antalya. He was awarded the Grandmaster norm that year.
In 2010, Duda won a medal(bronze) in Porto Carras when they played in the world junior Champions of section 12. In 2022, Duda took part in the junior European champions, where he was awarded a silver medal under section 14 of Albena.
In 2012, during the Olomouc summer chess, the Grandmaster tournament Valoz cup held in Olomouc, he scored an average of 8.5/11 points and was given the title Grand Master from the achievement.
In 2012, Duda received a norm of international grandmaster in Prague after he played in the junior European champions under section 14.
In 2013 he received his second Grandmaster norm after scoring 8/9 points in the Budapest tournament. Duda became number ten in the polish Champion chess in Chorzow.
Duda received the third GM norm in Poland (Legnica) when he participated in individual championship chess. During the European champions 2014, Duda won the Rapid chess in Centennial Hall in Wroclaw, Poland. The players that participated were seven hundred and eighty-three players. All these were from different federations, thirty-two in number (zones with FIDE ranging from 1.1 to 1.10).
The chosen ones competed in the eleventh Swiss round event and a control time of G-15’+ 10″. Among those who participated in the game included seventy-three Grandmasters and one hundred and ninety-two holders of the international grandmaster norm. The match ended with four players sharing the first position, in the long run, each with 9,5 points. The winners we’re Jay, vladislav kovalev , Grezegor Gajewski and Andrei volokotin. Duda having the best tie-score break, he was declared a winner. Andrei received a silver medal, and Grezegor won a bronze medal. The final standings rating to Grandmaster jay Krzysztof with 2467 points, volokotin Andrei with 2643 points, Gajewski Grezegor with 2633 points, and Vladislav Kovalev with 2618 points.
7/31/2015 – the ” lake seven’ held annually took place at Armenia in Martuni. Robin had an average of 2617 points and was the 10th player. The winner of the match was Grandmaster Jay, who was unbeaten. This is what he said after the game. He thought that the game was amongst the most decisive games he took part in. he was pleased with his performance and stated that he wasn’t sure if he would win the game.
9/21/2015 – during the prestigious junior Champions, Jay, and Abdumalik were in the lead in the open section of girls and boys, but Antipove took the title. At 20 years of age, he won the Polish Championship in 2018 by one point after four successive won in a row by defeating Wojtaszek Radek, polish number one, and keeper piorun champions. Duda almost received the title but, unfortunately, finished with 0.2 points less than the Wojtaszek in the rating live list.
If Duda had won the last lap of the match, he would have received the titles: the Polish number one, The world’s junior top, 20 top players.
On December 17th, 2021, Duda won the European Champions Blitz Tournament that took place in Katowice, Poland. Duda won the event with eight points after playing for twenty-two rounds. Klekowski then scored an average of 17.5 points and received silver. A total of eight players tied in the third position with with each scoring 16.5 points; Bernadisky Vitaliy, Balog imre, Schneider ilja, Demchenko Anton, Tzbir marcin, Dragnev Valentin, keinanen Toivo and Teclaf Pawel. Eleven Euros were used to fund the tournament, with two Euros spared for the champion. However, the best player, Juniors level and senior level, was awarded a special prize.
Oslo ESports Tournament
Duda also won the Oslo ESports Tournament following his victory when he defeated Eric Hansen was proof enough to prove for the polish title when Magnus Carlsen and Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa crashed. The two super chess players lost at the beginning of the match—Magnus Carlsen to Shakhriyah and Praggnanadha to Anish Giri. The polish title could have gone to liem, but he failed to outdo Jorden Foreest, thus losing three points, making Duda the winner.
Did you enjoy reading about Jan-Krzysztof Duda? If you did, you might be interesting in reading other player profiles such as Bobby Fischer, Daniil Dubov, and Hans Niemann.
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