RCA Game Festival winners and my next webinar


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It’s been a great month here at the Remote Chess Academy – yes, I’m talking about the RCA Game Festival. 🙂 I’m glad that the contest got completed successfully and, once again, I’d like to say how much I appreciate the efforts made by all participants.

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It’s very nice to see that many students have voted for the top-10 games and, most importantly, I noticed some of them acknowledging the winners’ games. As I often say, RCA is a place for friendly communication for the sake of our mutual success! 🙂

So, without further ado, let me announce the winners:

  • 1st – Radja has received 53 votes. Click here to watch Radja’s game: LINK
  • 2nd – Bello J has received 49 votes. Click here to watch Bello J’s game: LINK
  • 3rd – Aseem has received 37 votes. Click here to watch Aseem’s game: LINK
  • 4th – Rascon has received 30 votes. Click here to watch Rascon’s game: LINK
  • 5th – Joshua has received 20 votes. Click here to watch Joshua’s game: LINK
  • 6th – Djema has received 9 votes. Click here to watch Djema’s game: LINK
  • 7th – Ram has received 6 votes. Click here to watch Ram’s game: LINK
  • Joint 8th – Bello D and Jonathan both received 5 votes. Click here to watch Bello D’s game (LINK) and Jonathan’s game (LINK).
  • 10th – Shilko has received 2 votes. Click here to watch Shilko’s game: LINK

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Amazingly, Bello D and Jonathan received the same number of votes. Therefore, the 8th prize will be shared by the duo – a gift voucher worth $50 on RCA products for each of them. 🙂

Note: the prizes are already listed here: LINK

Once again, I’d like to congratulate all the winners and also thank everyone for participating. I hope to see you all in the next contest, too, with your game standard and annotating skills much improved! 🙂

Note: all the winners will be contacted soon and will be provided with their prizes! Just in case, you may contact our support any time: LINK

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Additionally, I’ve something exciting for you. I’ll be conducting my next webinar on Saturday, 30 May at 3 p.m. GMT (check timings here: LINK)

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This time, I thought we could discuss one of the world’s top chess players, the current #1 rapid chess player in the world, Hikaru Nakamura. 🙂 Therefore, the webinar topic will be “Play like Nakamura”!

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If your question is,

  • What is so special about Nakamura?
  • What can I learn from him?

Then you should definitely click on the image below and find out more information about the webinar:

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<<Join the webinar now>>

P.S. Don’t forget that seats are limited to 100 only. It’s a chance for you to turn yourself into Naka Mark 2! 🙂 Join now: LINK
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    1. It’s nice to see your excitement, Ayush! 🙂

      Personally, I enjoy Nakamura’s unique and fascinating style a lot. During the webinar I’ll show you how to play similarly YOURSELF, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
      By the way, this tricky aggressive style works phenomenally well in blitz.

        1. Hi Ayush,

          Could you please contact Support department regarding this issue? Also, we will need screenshots of the error you are getting.

          Best regards,
          Silvestras | Student Support Officer

  1. It’s nice to see your excitement, Ayush! 🙂

    Personally, I enjoy Nakamura’s unique and fascinating style a lot. During the webinar I’ll show you how to play similarly YOURSELF, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.
    By the way, this tricky aggressive style works phenomenally well in blitz.

    1. Thankyu so much sir Igor,but sadly I am unable to buy or attend any of your webinars due to transaction problems.my progress is stopped by this process.sir please enable net banking into rca module to receive payments. Thankyu so much.

  2. Hi Ayush,

    Could you please contact Support department regarding this issue? Also, we will need screenshots of the error you are getting.

    Best regards,
    Silvestras | Student Support Officer

    1. Hi Bello J,

      We will send out the vouchers to the lucky winners shortly. I appreciate your patience.

      Best regards,
      Silvestras | Student Support Officer

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