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Full name  Marta Przezdziecka
Country  Poland

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Name  Marta Bartel
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Born  20 May 1988 (age 27) Zambrow, Poland (1988-05-20)
Title  Woman Grandmaster (2009)

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Marta Bartel (born Zambrów 20 May 1988), née Przeździecka, is a Polish chess player, who was awarded the title of Woman Grandmaster in 2009.

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Chess career

Since 2000 she has participated in the Polish Junior Championships in various age categories. Her first medal success was achieved in 2004 in Łeba when she finished second in the under 16 group. The same year, she participated in the European Youth Chess Championship and finished fifth in the U16 category. In 2005, she finished third in the under 20 division of the Polish Junior Championship in Środa Wielkopolska. The same year she appeared for the first time in the final of the Polish Women's Championship in Suwałki. In 2006, she caused a major upset by tying for first place in the Polish Women's Championship in Trzebinia, but lost the playoff to Jolanta Zawadzka. She followed this up with a fourth place in the Polish Junior Championship under 20 division in Środa Wielkopolska. She competed in the European Individual Women's Chess Championship in Kuşadası, finishing 16th of 96 players, the highest placed of the Polish players. In 2012, she was part of the Polish team which won the silver medal in the Students World Chess Cup in Guimarães. In 2014, she finished third in the Polish Students Women's Chess Championship's in Katowice. She also won 2 gold medals (2009, 2012) in the Polish Women's Team Chess Championships.

Marta Bartel played for Poland in three Women's Chess Olympiads:

  • In 2006, at third board in the 37th Chess Olympiad in Turin (+6, =1, -3),
  • In 2008, at reserve board in the 38th Chess Olympiad in Dresden (+1, =0, -2),
  • In 2014, won individual silver medal at fourth board in the 41st Chess Olympiad in Tromsø (+4 =5 -0).
  • Marta Bartel played for Poland in two World Team Chess Championships:

  • In 2007, at reserve board in the Women's World Team Chess Championship 2007 in Yekaterinburg (+4, =2, -1),
  • In 2015, at fourth board in the Women's World Team Chess Championship 2015 in Chengdu (+2, =2, -3).
  • Marta Bartel played for Poland in two European Team Chess Championship:

  • In 2007, won team silver medal at reserve board in the 7th European Team Chess Championship (women) in Heraklion (+2, =1, -1),
  • In 2013, at fourth board (Poland III) in the 10th European Team Chess Championship (women) in Warsaw (+3, =3, -3).
  • Personal life

    Marta's sister Ewa Przezdziecka is also a chess player, and holds the title of Woman FIDE Master (WFM).

    In 2013 Marta married International Grandmaster (GM) Mateusz Bartel.

    References

    Marta Bartel Wikipedia


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