He has repeatedly appeared in the finals of the Polish championships in all age categories, winning medals six times: twice gold (Krynica 2003 - under16 and Środa Wielkopolski 2007 - under 20), three times silver (Łeba 2005 - under 18,Łeba 2006 - under 18 and 2021 already as an adult) and bronze(Żagań 2002 - under 145 ). His achievements also include medals won in the national championships of juniors in lightning and fast chess. He has repeatedly represented Poland at the World and European Junior Championships.
In 2003, he shared the third place in the memorial of Akiba Rubinstein in Polanica-Zdrój (played in an openformula). In 2004, he won two round-robin tournamentsheld in Lviv and shared the third place in the open in Koszalin. In 2005, he made his debut in the final of the senior Polish championships, taking the XI m in Poznań. In 2006 he took third place in the main tournament of the Cracovia 2005/06 festival in Krakow,took the second place in Hengelo and shared the first place in Rudnik. In 2007, he won the open tournament in Sielpia Wielka and the German Open Youth Championship held in Neuhausen,won the bronze medal of the Polish Championship in fast chessin Szczucin and took second place (behind Vladimir Malaniuk)in open A Akiba Rubinstein memorial in Polanica-Zdrój. He also achieved great success at the end of the year, winning the bronze medal of the European Speed Chess Championship in Warsaw (in the match for the third place he lost to Fernando Peralta,but the Argentine competed outside the competition and did not receive the medal). In 2008, he won the title of academic champion of the Polish in Wrocław,he also won the next opentournament, held in Gorzów Wielkopolski. In 2009, he won the open tournament of the Akiba Rubinstein Memorial and shared the second place (behind Siarhei Żyhałka,together with Geetha Narayanan Gopal)in the Young Masters tournament in Enschede. In 2011 he won the international festival in Poznań. In 2012, he won the title of academic master of Polish in Katowice . In 2013, he won the bronze medal (in the team classification) of the summer universiade in Kazan and won the Akiba Rubinstein memorial in Polanica-Zdrój and the open tournament in Karpacz.
In November 2021, together with the Polish team, he took third place (in the team classification) out of 23. European Team Championship in classical chess with a score of 5/7, playing on the fourth chessboard.
He reached the highest ranking in his career so far on November 1, 2021 - with a score of 2623 he was then ranked 5th among Polish chess player
Wikipedia article: Wojciech Moranda