GM Titas Stremavicius: the Lithuanian Giant
Titas Stremavičius, the Lithuanian giant, tied for second place with six other players at the Orillas de Mar tournament in Tenerife. Titas is a very nice person and a promising chess player. He is 25 years old and has already earned the title of Grand Master. He is known for his aggressive playing style and his ability to create opportunities for victory.
Titas’ achievements truly deserve to be celebrated! He recently emerged as the proud winner of the prestigious Lithuanian Chess Championship (2021). This remarkable milestone not only showcases his exceptional talent but also highlights his dedication and hard work. Furthermore, his exceptional performance at the Orillas de Mar tournament serves as a testament to his outstanding potential. Titas is undoubtedly a promising player who is destined for even greater accomplishments in the times to come.
Last but not least, here are some comments on Titas Stremavičius from his fellow players:
“Titas is a very talented player. He has a bright future in the world of chess.” – Alireza Firouzja
“Titas is a very strong player. He has a bright future in the world of chess.” – Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
“Titas is a very aggressive player. He loves to create opportunities for victory and is not afraid to take risks.” – Vidit Gujrathi
In the beautiful setting of the tournament, the talented GM Titas was accompanied by his enthusiastic younger brother FM Pijus Stremavicius and a group of close friends from Lithuania, including the GM Sulskis Sarunas. Together, they formed lasting connections with fellow chess enthusiasts and even indulged in refreshing swims in the Atlantic Ocean during their leisure time. A vibrant and memorable experience indeed!
A special mention goes to the very young Lithuanian player, Mickunaite Agne, who earned 114 ELO points!! and we cannot forget
And finally, we express our sincere gratitude to the remarkable International referee, Arvydas Baltrunas, who admirably showcased his talent and expertise at the breathtaking Orillas de Mar event! It is worth noting that he, too, hails from Lithuania.