Opera’s Julequiz – December 4

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Time for day 4 of Opera’s Julequiz! But first, the answer to yesterday’s question. Our question was, Who was Time Magazine’s Person of the Year in 2006? The answer’s, You.

In 2006, Time Magazine named You as Person of the Year in 2006. Yes, you  - and especially all the content many of you have decided to share with the world – and thank god for dash cams in Russia.

Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2013 will be chosen by TIME’s editors and will be announced this December 11. But they’ve also opened a poll. There are 44 names to choose from and if you’re up to it, you can vote HERE.

And now for today’s question:
Who is The New King of Chess? 
Submit your answer.
white chess king

If you’re having problems clicking the link above, email your answer to veralb@opera.com. Remember to submit your answer between 15:00 CET today to 15:00 CET tomorrow :)

Contest is open to legal residents of Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and the U.S.A, 18 years or older only. Prizes shall consist of twenty-one (21) goodie bags and four (4) iPad Minis with Wi-Fi 16GB. Each gift pack contains a thermos cup, cellphone pouch, cellphone sticker, bottle opener, and a USB. Approximate retail value (ARV) of each gift bag is USD $50. ARV of each iPad Mini is USD $299. The iPad Minis will be given on these dates - December 6, December 13, December 20, and December 25. To be eligible for a prize, you must email your answer to the email address provided. This contest is open from between 15:00 CET, Dec. 1, 2013 to 17:00 CET, Dec. 25, 2013. One winner per day will be randomly picked from the participants who gave the right answer. Limit one (1) prize per household. If you are chosen, you will be notified by email. Winners must respond within three (3) days of being contacted. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen. This unit is purely for promotional giveaway. Opera is not responsible to honor any manufacturer warranties or provide customer service. The full list of official rules can be found at http://www.opera.com/portal/contestrules. By submitting an answer for this contest, you agree to be bound by these rules.
  • fromEurope

    Opera is the only browser mainly developed in Europe.

    I would expect the contest to be open for participation at least for the EU countries.

    Why the Contest is only open to legal residents of Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and the U.S.A?

    • veralb

      We’re sorry this contest is limited :( There are rules and restrictions from country to country that we need to follow, but we are definitely looking into better choices for us the next time we have an Opera giveaway activity.