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MonRoi Inc is very thankful to Dr. Dirk De Ridder, Chairman of FIDE’s Technical Commission and the Organizing Committee of the Politiken Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark for assisting a chess player, who we encourage to continue his world travels and chess. We are posting this exchange, in order to aid the tournament organizers, should similar questions ever arise.

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Montreal’s October Girl Geek Dinner was held at Capriccio Restaurant in Old Montreal where guests were graciously hosted by entrepreneur Stephen Walsh and Chef Rich Tajiouti. This evening featured an in-depth presentation by Brana Malobabic-Giancristofaro, MonRoi’s founder, who covered all the bases of how to create a start up. It was a passionate, organized and very well-organized presentation which referenced many top business thinkers, philosophers and psychologists.

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Based on the Google Analytics, MonRoi web site visitors come from the following countries:

58 % - USA;
28 % - Canada, India, Australia, UK;
14 % - other 149 countries.

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 The first chess tournament based on the MonRoi system was held in January 2005 in Montreal, Canada.

The MonRoi system was used to date:

- for live chess game webcast of over 150 chess tournaments, about 15,000 chess games, over 1 million chess moves, on 4 continents and in 20 countries;

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Written by Jessica Lauser on Sat, Mar 29 2008 (13:57)

Ever had the misfortune of getting about fifteen moves into a serious chess tournament game, only to discover you’ve made a ridiculous mistake on your paper scoresheet, and have to consult your opponent’s? Then, after looking at it, you find you’re unable to decipher his or her distinct scrawl? Perhaps, your own penmanship leaves something to be desired. Maybe you get so engrossed in your games that you forget to notate 3 or 4 consecutive moves somewhere in the middle, or simply write the wrong move when under stress due to time pressure, nerves, etc. If so, you’re certainly not alone.

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We are often asked about challenges that our engineering team faced in designing the MonRoi system. From paper scoresheets to wireless, portable, Electronic Chess Managers.

Pesky MonRoi PCM Requirements:

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Toronto, Canada
September 9-20, 2006

The world of computers and the Internet never stops expanding. And neither does HomePage. It's your interactive on screen and online connection to everything high tech. Hosted by Science andTechnology Specialist David Onley, HomePage helps you compute the future by explaining the present.

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Bad things can happen in the course of a chess tournament. Yes, you can be savagely beaten by a lower-ranked player. But that's not all. Bad things can also happen to the record-keeping. With lots of games in progress at once and everyone intent on the competition, it isn't hard for scorekeepers to misrecord or mistranscribe a move, leaving a permanent void in the record of play. Such snafus are unacceptable, especially when a global audience of aficionados eagerly awaits the results of certain matches.

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EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CONFERENCE CHINA,
Shanghai, Booth 1B01, and CAMAS, Wash. , March 6, 2006


Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas announces that MonRoi has selected Sharp’s System Solution for the new MonRoi portable Chess Manager. Comprised of hardware, software and technical support, this comprehensive set of resources enabled MonRoi to create a power-efficient, easy-to-use portable device with a high performance value, reduced bill of materials, and streamlined design cycle.

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