Results EC 2015: European Championship (Day 2)

Copied from http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/flags.htmHere are the results from the European Championship (Day 2) tournament that was played during the VTES European Championship 2015 on August 30th, 2015 in Warsaw, Poland. 40 players participated in this EC tournament, the standings after 3 rounds and the final were as follows:
1. Marcin Watras (POL) — 1 GW 5.5 VP — 1.5 VP — Goratrix Aus/Ani Wall
2. Pierre Tran-Van (FRA) — 1 GW 5 VP — 1.5 VP — Euro-Brujah
2. Marius Iscru (FRA) — 1 GW 7 VP — 0 VP — Toreador AAA
2. Danilo Torrisi (ITA) — 2 GW 8 VP — 0 VP — Mistress Fanchon/Luna Vote
2. Giulio De Cicco (ITA) — 1 GW 5 VP — 0 VP — Brujah G4/5 Obf Vote
Congratulations to Marcin for winning the European VTES Championship 2015. You find the tournament winning deck as well as a verbatim transcript of the final round on vekn.net.

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Results EC 2015: First Chance Qualifier

Copied from http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/flags.htmHere are the results from the First Chance Qualifier tournament that was played during the VTES European Championship 2015 on August 30th, 2015 in Warsaw, Poland. 61 players participated in this EC tournament, the standings after 3 rounds and the final were as follows:
1. Mikolaj Sochanski (POL) — 2 GW 7 VP — 1.5 VP — Black Hand?
2. Laurent Ribeyre (FRA) — 2 GW 6.5 VP — 1 VP — Weenie Potence feat. Beast
2. Giovanni Mattioli (ITA) — 1 GW 7 VP — 0.5 VP — Tzimisce War Ghoul
2. Alain Greiner (FRA) — 1 GW 6.5 VP — 0.5 VP — Gangrel antitribu Ani Wall?
2. Akseli Jalava (FIN) — 2 GW 7 VP — 0 VP — Lasombra??

Congratulations to Mikolaj for winning the First Chance Qualifier tournament of the European VTES Championship 2015.


Results EC 2015: European Championship (Day 1)

Copied from http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/flags.htmHere are the results from the European Championship (Day 1) tournament that was played during the VTES European Championship 2015 on August 29th, 2015 in Warsaw, Poland. 95 players participated in this EC tournament, the standings after 3 rounds and the final were as follows:
1. Selim Ammouche (FRA) — 2 GW 7.5 VP — 4 VP — Stanislava /& Friends Pro/Dom Vote
2. Jorge Delgado (ESP) — 2 GW 6.5 VP — 1 VP — Weenie Animalism Rush/Wall
2. Danilo Torrisi (ITA) — 3 GW 9.5 VP — 0 VP — Unmada/Lutz & Frieds Vote
2. Erik Mosberg (SWE) — 2 GW 9 VP — 0 VP — City Gangrel Bleed
2. Selen Turkay (USA) — 2 GW 8 VP — 0 VP — Weenie Dementation S&B

Congratulations to Selim for winning the Day 1 tournament of the European VTES Championship 2015. 40 players qualified for the Day 2 tournament. You needed 0 GW 3 VP (and TPs) for the qualification. You can find the tournament winning deck as well as a verbatim transcript of the final round on vekn.net.


Results EC 2015: Last Chance Qualifier

copied from http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/flags.htmHere are the results from the Last Chance Qualifier tournament that was played during the VTES European Championship 2015 on August 28th, 2015 in Warsaw, Poland. 74 players participated in this EC tournament, the standings after 3 rounds and the final were as follows:

1. Otso Saariluoma (FIN) — 2 GW 6,5 VP — 3 VP — Weenie Presence
2. Michal Kazmierczak (POL) — 3 GW 10,5 VP — 1 VP — Auspex Weenie Wall feat. Saulot
2. Noora Hirvonen (FIN) — 1 GW 7 VP — 1 VP — Unnamed
2. Mehdi Mazni (FRA) — 2 GW 9 VP — 0 VP — Ravnos Eldest are Kholo
2. Pascal Bertrand (FRA) — 2 GW 7,5 VP — 0 VP — Enkidu

Congratulations to Otso for winning the Last Chance Qualifier tournament of the European VTES Championship 2015. This time the cut-off quota was achieving a game-win, which was met by 32 players (out of 74).


Player Registration by Country

One day before the VTES EC 2015 starts with the Welcome Party, here’s a short overview how many players have been registered, summarized by country.
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As you can see, the Polish players (23) (as hosts) have the largest group, followed by the Italian (18) and French players (19). After a French player won the EC 2014 for the first time, may it’s now time that a Polish or Italian player now wins the VTES European Championship.


Places to see in Warsaw: Fryderyk Chopin Museum

Muzeum Fryderyka Chopina is a museum in Warsaw, Poland dedicated to the great composer Fryderyk Chopin. It was established in 1953. The museum covers the history and works of Chopin, including original manuscripts and documents written by the composer, photographs and sculptures of him, letters, as well as hosting piano recitals and competitions of Chopin’s works.

Frédéric François Chopin (Polish: Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin) 22 February or 1 March 1810[2] – 17 October 1849) was a Polish composer, virtuoso pianist, and music teacher of French–Polish parentage. He was one of the great masters of Romantic music and has been called “the poet of the piano“.


Places to see in Warsaw: National Museum

The National Museum (Polish: Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie) in Warsaw, Poland, is a national institution of culture, one of the largest museums in Poland and the largest in Warsaw. It comprise a rich collection of ancient art (Egyptian, Greek, Roman), counting about 11.000 pieces, an extensive gallery of Polish painting since the 16th century and a collection of foreign painting (Italian, French, Dutch, German and Russian). The museum is also home to numismatic collections and a gallery of applied arts.