ACC Holiday Rapid – Dec 17

In lieu of our regular slow-chess tournament, on our last club night of the year, December 17, the 2018 Holiday Rapid is a one-night six-round tournament – in one big section, at a time control of 9 min each with a 3-sec increment.

Cost: FREE for ACC members, $15 for non-members ($10 for juniors). Add $12 for CFC ($6 for juniors) if you’re not a CFC member.

If you don’t get enough chess this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Hart House, join us for a final night of chess for 2018 on Monday!

Please note: our new location – downstairs at 459A Bloor W (at Major)

(Also please note, we’ll be CLOSED on Dec 24 and 31.)

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We’re moving!

Our moving date is just around the corner. As of December 3, 2018, Annex Chess Club will be in a new location at 459 Bloor Street West.

The location is on the south side of Bloor just west of Spadina, at Major. For those who know the area, it’s the old Kinko’s / FedEx building, which now has a Sleep Country on the main floor.

The entrance is just to the right of the Sleep Country entrance, and we’ll be downstairs.

For those who remember the old FedEx building that used to be at 459 Bloor West…
459 Bloor West now has a Sleep Country on the main floor.

On a scale from the Brunswick House becoming a Rexall to the demolition of Honest Ed’s, this is a relatively minor change to the neighbourhood. The newly renovated basement space is clean and brightly lit, and we’re excited to start a new chapter of Annex Chess Club there!

Parking downtown is always a challenge, and this location is certainly no exception. If you’ve found a parking spot near our old location at 918 Bathurst, you’re just a few blocks away – or hopefully you can find something similar a bit closer.

Access by TTC remains highly convenient. Spadina station is very close, and especially if you take the Walmer Rd. exit from Spadina station at the west end of the subway platform, you’ll be right at the doorstep!

We look forward to seeing all our regulars, and hopefully a few new faces, at our new location!

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ACC Winter is Coming Swiss

Our new club tournament starts November 5. Whether because we’re fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones – now finished its 7th season and also available on Crave, or just because it’s November and we live in Toronto… Winter is indeed coming!

ACC Winter is Coming Swiss is a five-round CFC-rated tournament in three sections, Crown, U1800, and U1400. Time control is 90 min/side with a 30-s increment. The round starts at 7:30 pm on Monday nights November 5 to December 10 (off November 12 when ACC is completely closed). New players can register on site each round by 7 pm. Email registration or bye requests before 6pm.

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Round One – November 5

Forty players have signed up for Round One. The first round of a Swiss tournament always sees match-ups between favourites and underdogs, and a few underdogs usually defeat their higher-rated opponents.

Tonight, the favourites are dominant, but in U1400, rating underdog Ivan Noritsyn (1019) defeats Alexis Stefanovich-Thompson (1289).

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Off week – November 12

ACC is closed

Round Two – November 19

In the Crown, there’s a 3-way tie among Michael Humphreys, Josh Guo, and Sergey Malakhovets, all with 2.0/2. In U1800, it’s Sihao Chen, Michael Saltat, and Bharath Ramesh tied for the lead with 2.0/2. And in U1400, Margarita Lillico and Ivan Noritsyn are tied for first with 2.0/2.

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Round Three – November 26

In the Crown, Michael Humphreys and Josh Guo take byes and remain tied for the lead with 2.5/3. In U1800, Michael Saltat takes the lead with a perfect 3.0/3. And in U1400, Margarita Lillico too is now alone in first with a perfect 3.0/3.

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Round Four – December 3

The club meets for the first time at our new location at 459 Bloor W (at Major). There may still be a couple kinks to work out around how best to set up in the new space, but by and large, it’s a smooth launch.

The new space brings new section leaders. In U1800, Sihao Chen defeats Michael Saltat on top board to take first with 3.5/4. So too, in U1400, Bill Randle scores a win against Margarita Lillico to take the lead at 3.5/4. In the Crown, though, Michael Humphreys keeps his top spot with another win for 3.5/4.

In the final game of the night, George Supol battles hard for a win against Arkadiy Ugodnikov, but in the end it’s a draw.

See full results below.

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Round Five – December 10

For our second night at the new space, we’ve adjusted the set-up so all the tournament games are inside the rooms, with only casual games in the open area. We’re also planning to decorate the open area with an ACC bulletin board and permanent chess posters on the walls – image suggestions are welcome.

In the final round, Michael Humphreys takes the Crown, finishing with 4.5/5; Sihao Chen takes the U1800, finishing with 4.5/5; and Bill Randle takes the U1400, finishing with 4.5/5. Congratulations to all the winners!

See you this weekend at Hart House, and join us next week for our last night of chess for 2018 and our annual Holiday Rapid!

New players are always welcome!


Final Ranking cross-tables after Round 5

ACC Winter is Coming Swiss – Crown section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Humphreys Michael 2329 CAN 8b1 6w1 2b1 10w1 4.5
2 Malakhovets Sergey 2120 CAN 5b1 16w1 7b0 1w0 9b1 3
3 Guo Josh 2234 CAN 9b1 7w1 0 3
4 Evans Bill 2108 CAN 0 5b1 8w1 3
5 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1708 CAN 2w0 15b1 6b½ 4w0 12b1 2.5
6 Southam David 2130 CAN 12w1 1b0 5w½ 10b0 14w1 2.5
7 Noritsyn Sergey 2301 CAN 15w1 3b0 2w1 0 0 2
8 Bzikot Robert 2032 CAN 1w0 13b½ 12w1 4b0 2
9 Bitton Michael 1855 CAN 3w0 12b½ 13w½ 15b1 2w0 2
10 Munro Allan 2268 CAN 0 6w1 1b0 2
11 Gao William (zhimao) 1581 CAN 0 0 15w1 2
12 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1718 CAN 6b0 9w½ 8b0 -1 5w0 1.5
13 Garduno Vidal Omar 2132 MEX 8w½ 9b½ 0 0 1.5
14 Qarshiev Umidjon 1900 CAN 0 0 6b0 1
15 Deol Gagan Deep 1891 CAN 7b0 5w0 9w0 11b0 0.5
16 Ferreira Alex T. 2095 CAN 2b0 0 0 0 0.5

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Winter is Coming Swiss – U1800 section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Chen Sihao 1630 CAN 5b1 11w1 9b½ 2w1 10b1 4.5
2 Saltat Michael 1582 CAN 3b1 19w1 14w1 1b0 5b1 4
3 Lambert Peter 1304 CAN 2w0 19b1 14b1 9w1 3.5
4 Belanger Colton 1351 CAN 11b0 6w1 15b1 5w0 12b1 3
5 Grisar Charlie 1440 CAN 1w0 17b1 13w1 4b1 2w0 3
6 Furrow Matthew 1640 CAN 4b0 17w1 11b1 3
7 Ramesh Bharath 1608 CAN 20b1 18w+ 0 11w1 0 3
8 Wagner Robert 1560 CAN 18b0 20w1 11b0 15w1 2.5
9 Ogunlana Ayo 1615 CAN 12b1 1w½ 3b0 2.5
10 Supol George 1403 CAN 20b1 16b½ 1w0 2.5
11 Gao Lucy 1591 CAN 4w1 1b0 8w1 7b0 6w0 2
12 Patton Mark A. 1204 CAN 13b½ 9w0 17b1 4w0 2
13 Armstrong Robert J. 1574 CAN 12w½ 5b0 20w1 0 2
14 Stroganov Victor 1374 CAN 17w1 2b0 3w0 0 1.5
15 Belcadi Salim 1623 CAN 4w0 8b0 1.5
16 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1718 CAN 0 10w½ 0 1.5
17 Dixon Javier 1370 CAN 14b0 5w0 6b0 12w0 20b1 1
18 Daldal Erdem 1656 CAN 8w1 7b- 0 0 0 1
19 Jevtic Dragan 1674 CAN 2b0 3w0 0 1
20 Kalmanson Evgeny 1365 CAN 7w0 8b0 10w0 13b0 17w0 0

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Winter is Coming Swiss – U1400 section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Randle Bill 1222 CAN 16b½ 14w1 12b1 2w1 4b1 4.5
2 Lillico Margarita 1275 CAN 3w1 5b1 7w1 1b0 10w1 4
3 Kamnitzer Benjamin 969 CAN 2b0 19w1 5b½ 9w1 15b1 3.5
4 Zuo Zichen (roger) 1104 CAN 18b1 9b1 12w½ 1w0 3
5 D’souza Carina 846 CAN 19b1 2w0 3w½ 11b1 3
6 Stefanovich-Thomson Alexis 1289 CAN 7b0 8w1 11b1 0 2.5
7 Noritsyn Ivan 1019 CAN 6w1 10b1 2b0 0 0 2
8 Tuong Rose 966 CAN 9w0 6b0 13w1 0 12b1 2
9 Davies Philip 1243 CAN 8b1 4w0 3b0 13w½ 2
10 Moiseev Alex 1169 CAN 13b1 7w0 2b0 2
11 Guo Richard 992 CAN 6w0 14b1 5w0 2
12 Souchko Larissa 930 CAN 17b½ 13w+ 1w0 4b½ 8w0 2
13 Teram Eli 1019 CAN 10w0 12b- 8b0 15w1 9b½ 1.5
14 Guan Marie 666 CAN 1b0 11w0 0 1
15 De La Vega Gian 0 CAN 0 13b0 3w0 1
16 Wadhwa Rymn 913 CAN 1w½ 0 0 0 1
17 Rogers John A 1224 CAN 12w½ 0 0 0 0 0.5
18 Cameron Asa 607 CAN 4w0 0 0 0 0.5
19 Chandrasiri Dilum 0 CAN 5w0 3b0 0 0 0 0

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

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2018 Halloween Rapid

Special event – October 29

In lieu of our regular slow-chess tournament, the annual Hallowe’en Rapid is a one-night six-round tournament – in one big section, at a time control of 9 min each with a 3-sec increment.

Cost: FREE for ACC members, $15 for non-members ($10 for juniors). Add $12 for CFC ($6 for juniors) if you’re not a CFC member.

Round One starts at 7:30 pm. Please register on site by 7:00 or by email before 6:00 pm. The last round should finish by 10:30 pm, with a brief awards ceremony at the end. Costumes are encouraged!

Prizes for winners and for best costumes!

43 players joined us for the event, including Samuel Gilmore, visiting from London, England!

The tournament winner was Michael Humphreys, with 5.5/6. U1800 prize went to Ayo Ogulna with 4.5/6, and U1400 prize to Colton Belanger with 3.5/6. Best costumes went to Rymn Wadhwa as Wendy from Wendy’s and Charlie Grisar as Tintin. Here is the final ranking cross-table:

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd 6.Rd Pts.
1 Humphreys Michael 2329 CAN 22b1 14w1 6b1 20w1 3b1 4w½ 5.5
2 Munro Allan 2268 CAN 16b1 7w1 17b0 15w1 25b1 6w1 5
3 Li William 2223 CAN 28w1 8b1 35w1 17b1 1w0 9b1 5
4 Malakhovets Sergey 2120 CAN 17b0 24w1 19w1 11b1 7w1 1b½ 4.5
5 Ogunlana Ayo 1615 CAN 21b1 20w0 26b½ 13w1 33b1 10w1 4.5
6 Bitton Michael 1855 CAN 23w1 9b1 1w0 28b1 17w1 2b0 4
7 Baguinat Danilo 1652 CAN 41b1 2b0 23w1 22w1 4b0 15w1 4
8 Belcadi Salim 1623 CAN 43b1 3w0 16b0 24w1 26b1 20w1 4
9 Ramesh Bharath 1608 CAN 39b1 6w0 42b1 16w1 20b1 3w0 4
10 Bentley Robert 1597 CAN 27w0 40b1 30w1 35b1 18w1 5b0 4
11 Tran Dennis 1542 CAN 19b1 33w1 20b0 4w0 31b1 21w1 4
12 Deol Gagan Deep 1891 CAN 36b1 25w½ 15b0 29b½ 28w1 22w1 4
13 Ali Shafkat 1678 CAN 40w1 27b½ 18w0 5b0 23w1 29b1 3.5
14 Daldal Erdem 1656 CAN 37w1 1b0 29w0 39b1 30w½ 34b1 3.5
15 Gao Lucy 1608 CAN 38w1 18b½ 12w1 2b0 29w1 7b0 3.5
16 Grisar Charlie 1440 CAN 2w0 37b1 8w1 9b0 19w½ 30b1 3.5
17 Belanger Colton 1351 CAN 4w1 34b1 2w1 3w0 6b0 18b½ 3.5
18 Ivanov Venci 1785 CAN 26b1 15w½ 13b1 25w½ 10b0 17w½ 3.5
19 Gilmore Samuel 1575 ENG 11w0 -1 4b0 41w1 16b½ 25w1 3.5
20 Malmsten Erik 1944 CAN 29w1 5b1 11w1 1b0 9w0 8b0 3
21 Mcsherry Peter 1832 CAN 5w0 30b0 32w1 37b1 27w1 11b0 3
22 Schwartz Lorne 1501 CAN 1w0 31b1 34w1 7b0 35w1 12b0 3
23 Lillico Margarita 1275 CAN 6b0 39w1 7b0 42w1 13b0 38w1 3
24 Chandra Ambarish 1137 CAN 34w0 4b0 38w1 8b0 32w1 35b1 3
25 Chen Sihao 1630 CAN 32w1 12b½ 27w1 18b½ 2w0 19b0 3
26 Randle Bill 1222 CAN 18w0 38b1 5w½ 27b½ 8w0 39b1 3
27 Chataway David 0 CAN 10b1 13w½ 25b0 26w½ 21b0 33w1 3
28 Stroganov Victor 1374 CAN 3b0 41w1 33b1 6w0 12b0 31w½ 2.5
29 Stroganov Valery 1315 CAN 20b0 43w1 14b1 12w½ 15b0 13w0 2.5
30 Tuchow Ryan 1193 CAN 33b0 21w1 10b0 36w1 14b½ 16w0 2.5
31 Kamnitzer Benjamin 969 CAN 35w0 22w0 43b1 34b1 11w0 28b½ 2.5
32 D’souza Carina 846 CAN 25b0 36w1 21b0 33w0 24b0 40b1 2
33 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1747 CAN 30w1 11b0 28w0 32b1 5w0 27b0 2
34 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1708 CAN 24b1 17w0 22b0 31w0 42b1 14w0 2
35 Jevtic Dragan 1674 CAN 31b1 42w1 3b0 10w0 22b0 24w0 2
36 Stefanovich-Thomson Alexis 1289 CAN 12w0 32b0 37w0 30b0 40w1 41b1 2
37 Wadhwa Rymn 913 CAN 14b0 16w0 36b1 21w0 38b0 42w1 2
38 Adulfo Vincent Angel 0 CAN 15b0 26w0 24b0 -1 37w1 23b0 2
39 Chandrasiri Dilum 0 CAN 9w0 23b0 -1 14w0 41b1 26w0 2
40 Lau Joshua 1017 CAN 13b0 10w0 41b0 43w1 36b0 32w0 1
41 Souchko Larissa 911 CAN 7w0 28b0 40w1 19b0 39w0 36w0 1
42 Stroganov Arnold 459 CAN -1 35b0 9w0 23b0 34w0 37b0 1
43 Bentley Grigoris 767 CAN 8w0 29b0 31w0 40b0 0 0 0
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ACC Changing Leaves Swiss

It’s that time of year again. Despite the hot weather last weekend, the trees are starting to show us that fall is coming.

ACC Changing Leaves Swiss is a five-round CFC-rated tournament in three sections, Crown, U1800, and U1400. Time control is 90 min/side with a 30-s increment. The round starts at 7:30 pm on Monday nights September 17 to October 22. (Off October 8 for Thanksgiving.) New players can register on site each round by 7 pm. Email registration or bye requests before 6pm.

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Round One – September 17

Round One of a Swiss tournament pits the top half of each section against the bottom half, so it’s favourites versus underdogs. Some of the underdogs who scored victories against the favourites were Lucy Gao, Yiwei Dong, Victor Stroganov, Lorne Schwartz, and Grigoris Bentley.

After a reminder before the round by George Supol, many members pitched in to help clean up tonight. Thanks, everyone!

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Round Two – September 24

After two rounds, there are two-way ties for first in each section. Michael Humphreys and Sergey Noritsyn are tied for the lead with 2.0/2 in the Crown. In U1800, it’s Ayo Ogunlana and Lucy Gao in a tie for first with 2.0/2. And in U1400, it’s Alexis Stefanovic-Thomson and Ambarish Chandra tied for the lead, again with 2.0/2.

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Round Three – October 1

After a draw on the top board, it’s still a two-way tie for first in the Crown between Michael Humphreys and Sergey Noritsyn. It’s the same story in U1400, with Alexis Stefanovic-Thomson and Ambarish Chandra still tied for the lead at 2.5/3. But in U1800, Lucy Gao takes sole possession of first with a perfect 3.0/3!

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Round Four – October 8

In the Crown, Michael Humphreys and Sergey Noritsyn are still tied for the lead, now at 3.5/4. In U1800, Lucy Gao holds onto her lead with a draw and 3.5/4. And in U1400 Ambarish Chandra now shares his lead with Mark Patton, both at 3.0/4.

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Round Five – October 22

In the Crown, Dave Southam takes first, with 4.0/5 – after finally scoring a victory over Michael Humphreys.
In U1800, Dragan Jevtic is happy to take another first-place result in the section, but even happier to defeat the young chess phenom, Lucy Gao, who has been shredding her opponents lately.
In U1400, Mark Patton wins his final-round game to take first in the section with 4.0/5.
Congratulations to the winners! See full results below.

Next week, October 29, is our Halloween Rapid. Then on November 5, join us for Round One of a new club tournament. Please email before 6:00, or register on site before 7:00 pm to sign up. You need both CFC and club membership, but both can be purchased from us, and we have a variety of club membership options available. If you’re already signed up, but you can’t make it, again please email before 6:00 pm to let us know so we don’t put you in the pairings.


Final ranking cross-tables after Round 5

ACC Changing Leaves Swiss – Crown section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Southam David 2083 CAN 9b1 3w0 14b1 12w1 2w1 4
2 Humphreys Michael 2341 CAN 14b1 12w1 3b½ 6w1 1b0 3.5
3 Noritsyn Sergey 2300 CAN 6w1 1b1 2w½ 11b1 4b0 3.5
4 Munro Allan 2249 CAN 0 8b1 3w1 3
5 Malakhovets Sergey 2108 CAN 0 14w1 6b1 3
6 Bitton Michael 1824 CAN 3b0 14w1 13b+ 2b0 5w0 2
7 Yu Jonathan 2225 CAN 0 0 12b1 2
8 Bzikot Robert 2030 CAN 0 4w0 14b1 2
9 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1734 CAN 1w0 10b0 11w1 2
10 Guo Josh 2233 CAN 0 9w1 0 2
11 Ivanov Venci 1813 CAN 13w½ 12b½ 3w0 9b0 1.5
12 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1710 CAN -1 2b0 11w½ 1b0 7w0 1.5
13 Sivapathasundaram Manojh 1860 CAN 11b½ 6w- 0 0 1
14 Fines John 1872 CAN 2w0 6b0 1w0 5b0 8w0 0

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Changing Leaves Swiss – 1800 section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Jevtic Dragan 1630 CAN 10b0 17w1 6b1 14w1 3b1 4
2 Ogunlana Ayo 1586 CAN 15b1 21w1 3b0 16w½ 12b1 3.5
3 Gao Lucy 1479 CAN 9b1 16w1 2w1 5b½ 1w0 3.5
4 Bentley Robert 1607 CAN 11b0 22w1 21b1 12w½ 5w+ 3.5
5 Baguinat Danilo 1657 CAN 12w½ 24b1 10w1 3w½ 4b- 3
6 Dixon Javier 1430 CAN 1w0 15b1 10w1 3
7 Deol Gagandeep 0 CAN 0 21w1 17b1 3
8 Grisar Charlie 1406 CAN 16b0 9w0 17b½ 24w1 21b1 2.5
9 Ramesh Bharath 1619 CAN 3w0 8b1 14w0 16b1 2.5
10 Schwartz Lorne 1496 CAN 1w1 5b0 19w1 6b0 2.5
11 Stroganov Victor 1409 CAN 4w1 13b0 17w0 19b1 2.5
12 Armstrong Robert J. 1519 CAN 5b½ 19w1 4b½ 2w0 2.5
13 Daldal Erdem 1652 CAN 11w1 0 2.5
14 Saltat Michael 1600 CAN 21b0 15w1 9b1 1b0 0 2
15 Belanger Colton 1291 CAN 2w0 14b0 20b1 6w0 23b1 2
16 Chen Sihao 1606 CAN 8w1 3b0 18w½ 2b½ 9w0 2
17 Wagner Robert 1590 CAN 24w½ 1b0 8w½ 11b1 7w0 2
18 Supol George 1390 CAN 16b½ 0 2
19 Kalmanson Evgeny 1395 CAN 12b0 24w1 10b0 11w0 1.5
20 Dong Yiwei 1459 CAN 22b1 15w0 0 0 1.5
21 Minhas Usman Afzal 1400 CAN 14w1 2b0 4w0 7b0 8w0 1
22 Tran Dennis 1578 CAN 20w0 4b0 0 -1 0 1
23 Belcadi Salim 1652 CAN 0 0 15w0 1
24 Lambert Peter 1321 CAN 17b½ 5w0 19b0 8b0 0 0.5

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Changing Leaves Swiss – U1400 section

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Patton Mark A. 1167 CAN 9b1 3w0 21b1 5w1 6b1 4
2 D’Souza Carina 762 CAN 8w½ 6b0 13w1 14b1 3w1 3.5
3 Chandra Ambarish 1135 CAN 7w1 1b1 5b½ 6w½ 2b0 3
4 Lillico Margarita 0 CAN 0 19w1 8b1 3
5 Stefanovich-Thomson Alexis 1313 CAN 6w1 14b1 3w½ 1b0 0 2.5
6 Noritsyn Ivan 1015 CAN 5b0 2w1 19b1 3b½ 1w0 2.5
7 Kamnitzer Benjamin 975 CAN 3b0 13w1 22b1 8w0 12b0 2
8 Teram Eli 1027 CAN 2b½ 16w0 7b1 4w0 2
9 Wang Sophia 1007 CAN 1w0 15b0 13b½ 20w1 2
10 Stroganov Valery 1265 CAN 18w1 0 0 2
11 Lau Joshua 1017 CAN 0 0 14w1 2
12 Supol George 1390 CAN 0 0 7w1 2
13 Souchko Larissa 1024 CAN 14w0 7b0 2b0 9w½ 19b1 1.5
14 Bentley Grigoris 721 CAN 13b1 5w0 2w0 11b0 1.5
15 Ohapkin Yuval 1232 CAN 17b0 9w1 0 0 1.5
16 Rogers John A 1216 CAN 8b1 0 0 0 1.5
17 Weng David 1184 CAN 15w1 0 0 0 1.5
18 Denning Keith 1254 CAN 10b0 0 1.5
19 Mak Logan 783 CAN 6w0 4b0 13w0 1
20 Cameron Asa 0 CAN 0 0 9b0 1
21 Tuong Rose 974 CAN 1w0 0 0 1
22 Guan Marie 653 CAN 7w0 0 0 1

Updated results are also available on the Chess-Results server.

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The feature image is from the Kortright Centre for Conservation, one of the great places to see the changing leaves in and around Toronto.

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