Jennifer Shahade to speak at ACC – Nov 20

Shahade presents Ding Liren’s Game of the Year!

American chess and poker player WGM Jennifer Shahade will be giving a talk at Annex Chess Club next Monday night. Her talk will present the Game of the Year, the immortal Ding Liren game!

  • Location: Annex Chess Club, 918 Bathurst St., Toronto
  • Date: Monday November 20, 2017
  • Doors open at 6:00 pm
  • Talk starts at 6:15 pm with Q&A to follow at 7:00 pm
  • Cost: Free for ACC members; $15 for non-members

Here’s the game:

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Plus – see WGM Shahade again in Toronto on Tuesday!
Shahade will still be in Toronto the following evening for the book launch of Irresponsible Mediums: the Chess Games of Marcel Duchamp. Everyone is welcome to attend the event at the Arts & Letters Club, 14 Elm Street, on Tuesday Nov 21, 7:00 to 9:00 pm. The free event promises a surprise chess-themed performance – see event details on Facebook.

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Study the Openings with a top Canadian Master!

ACC is proud to announce a new Openings Crash Course by IM Artiom Samsonkin, starting this Monday November 20.

Strengthen your play in the opening phase of the game. Learn the concepts behind some of the most popular contemporary openings. Learn how to choose an opening repertoire, and how to study openings properly. Transition smoothly from your opening to a solid middle game. Many players try to figure out openings on their own from books and videos, but this course will allow you to have a live conversation and really get to understand what is going on in these positions from both sides.

This is an amazing chance to gain a solid foundation in practical opening study and execution from one of Canada’s top players.

This 4-week course, Nov 20 to Dec 11 at 8:15 is just $96. Or take a single class for $35. Come register this Monday!

  • Week One: The Italian Game
  • Week Two: The French Defence
  • Week Three: The Sicilian Defence
  • Week Four: The Queen’s Gambit

UPDATE: The course didn’t start on Nov 20, but a number of players seemed interested. Send us an email if you’re interested and we’ll try to re-launch it, either next week or in the new year.

Check our complete adult and kids’ course offerings this term.

The Man Ray chess set in the featured image is among the quality chess sets available from Regency Chess Canada.

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ACC “No Snow Please” Swiss

As October ends and November approaches, we know it’s coming, but we’re not ready for winter yet. No snow, please! (Thanks to Bob Armstrong for the name.)

This is a five-round CFC-rated tournament in four sections, Masters, U2200, U1800, and U1400. Time control is 90 min/side with a 30-s increment. The round starts at 7:30 pm every Monday night Oct 23 to Nov 27, except Mon Oct 30, when we’re having a special rapid event. Register on site by 7 pm. Email registration or bye requests before 6.

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Round One – Oct 23

In the Masters, William Li wins his Round-One game to take an early lead, as Humphreys and Sergey Noritsyn draw, while Southam takes a bye. In U2200, Arkadiy Ugodnikov starts off strong with a win over last tournament’s section winner Shawn Talsma, while John Fines scores a full point against newcomer Sergey Alakov. In U1800, the favourites dominate, except for Michael Saltat, who continues his streak from last tournament with an upset win over Dragan Jevtic, and Evgeny Kalmanson, who holds against Maksym Gryn. In U1400, the results sheet is unusually one-sided as the white side wins almost every game, including upset wins by Rose Tuong and Valery Stroganov; only young Victor Stroganov and top seed Mark Patton score with black.

See full results in the cross-tables below.

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Off-week – Oct 30

We’re taking a week off from our regular club tournament to run a special rapid tournament.

Round Two – Nov 6

As the games go late in the Masters, …
In U2200, Peter McSherry re-joins the section and his game with Sergey Alakov ends in a draw, so Arkadiy Ugodnikov holds the lead with a bye at 1.5/2. In U1800, Michael Saltat and Bob Armstrong are now tied for the lead at 2.0/2. And in U1400, Mark Patton and Konstantin Matetski are tied for the lead at 2.0/2.

With only 3 players remaining in the U2200 section, we will be forced to end the “Masters Section experiment” and go back to a combined Crown section for Rounds 3-5. While the Masters section failed to attract new players, which was the hope of the venture in the first place, it’s interesting that it was the dwindling U2200 section that finally finished it. New players are welcome to join the combined Crown section with ½-point byes in Rounds 1 and 2.

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Round Three – Nov 13

In the Crown section, Dave Southam scores a win over William Li to lead the section at 2.5/3. In U1800, Bob Armstrong puts an end to Michael Saltat’s streak with his third win of the tournament to take sole first at 3.0/3. And in U1400, it’s Konstantin Matetski with his third win for a perfect 3.0/3.

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Round Four – Nov 20

In U1400, Rose Tuong knocks off leader Konstantin Matetski to take first place in the section with 3.5/4. In U1800, leader Bob Armstrong takes a bye, allowing Bhargava Guntoori to catch him at 3.5/4 with a win over Ulli Diemer. And in the Crown section, and the last game to finish, Michael Humphreys defeats Dave Southam to take the lead at 3.0/4.

See full results on the cross-tables below.

Round Four Games

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Round Five – Nov 27

The final round starts at 7:30 pm. New players are still welcome! Please register on site before 7:00 pm if you would like to play, or email in advance before 6:00 pm. CFC membership is required ($48 per year; $32 for juniors) but you can purchase it from us, and we offer a variety of club membership options including a drop-in membership ($15 per night or $10 for juniors) to play in one round of the tournament.


Ranking cross-tables after Round 4

ACC No Snow Please Swiss – Crown

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd Pts.
1 Humphreys Michael 2343 CAN 8w½ 5b1 2w1 3
2 Southam David 2203 CAN 8b1 9w1 1b0 2.5
3 Malakhovets Sergey 2246 CAN 9w½ 11b1 4w½ 2.5
4 Alakov Sergey 2000 CAN 10b0 11w½ 8w1 3b½ 2
5 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1742 CAN 13b1 1w0 2
6 England Max 2040 CAN 0 11w1 2
7 Zotkin Daniel 2232 CAN 9b0 -1 2
8 Noritsyn Sergey 2207 CAN 1b½ 2w0 4b0 12w1 1.5
9 Li William 2205 CAN 7w1 3b½ 2b0 0 1.5
10 Fines John 1883 CAN 4w1 0 0 0 1
11 Mcsherry Peter 1846 CAN 4b½ 3w0 6b0 1
12 Ali Shafkat 1769 CAN 0 8b0 1
13 Talsma Shawn 1965 CAN 5w0 0 0 0 0

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

ACC No Snow Please Swiss – U1800

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd Pts.
1 Armstrong Robert J. 1657 CAN 8w1 12w1 9b1 3.5
2 Guntoori Bhargava 1480 CAN 19b1 -1 7w1 3.5
3 Ramesh Bharath 1608 CAN 20b1 11w½ 8b1 3
4 Sutton Michael 1692 CAN 5w1 0 13b1 2.5
5 Guo Haotong Hazel 1365 CAN 16w1 4b0 18w1 2.5
6 Gryn Maksym 1604 CAN 19w½ 17b1 2.5
7 Diemer Ulli 1664 CAN 14b1 9w0 16b1 2b0 2
8 Li Kevin Yunhong 1521 CAN 1b0 14w1 12b1 3w0 2
9 Saltat Michael 1374 CAN 18w1 7b1 1w0 11b 2
10 Ogunlana Ayo 1564 CAN 11b0 19w1 12w½ 2
11 Dixon Javier 1450 CAN 10w1 3b½ 9w 2
12 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1678 CAN 13w1 1b0 8w0 10b½ 1.5
13 Chen Sihao 1555 CAN 12b0 20w1 15b½ 4w0 1.5
14 Schwartz Lorne 1553 CAN 7w0 8b0 18w½ 19b1 1.5
15 Babaoglu Doruk 1702 CAN 13w½ 0 1.5
16 Supol George 1348 CAN 5b0 18b1 7w0 0 1
17 Mansilla Guillermo 1420 CAN 6w0 0 1
18 Jevtic Dragan 1573 CAN 9b0 16w0 14b½ 5b0 0.5
19 Kalmanson Evgeny 1431 CAN 6b½ 2w0 10b0 14w0 0.5
20 Yueh Tony 1439 CAN 3w0 13b0 0 0 0

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

ACC No Snow Please Swiss – U1400

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd Pts.
1 Tuong Rose 862 CAN 17w1 7b1 2w1 3.5
2 Matetski Konstanstin 1237 CAN 14w1 12b1 18w1 1b0 3
3 Kalniev Stefan 0 CAN 4b0 21w1 16b1 13w1 3
4 Pancer Jeff 1035 CAN 3w1 0 15b½ 14b1 2.5
5 Patton Mark A. 1240 CAN 21b1 13w1 0 2.5
6 Dong Yiwei 1179 CAN 9w0 14b0 21w1 18b1 2
7 Lambert Peter 1227 CAN 12b0 -1 1w0 15b1 2
8 Randle Bill 1154 CAN 15w0 19b1 2
9 Stroganov Victor 1057 CAN 6b1 0 2
10 Chandra Ambarish 0 CAN 0 20b1 2
11 Libman Nathaniel 0 CAN 0 21b1 2
12 Stroganov Valery 830 CAN 7w1 2w0 -1 0 2
13 Noritsyn Ivan 1071 CAN 15w1 5b0 14w½ 3b0 1.5
14 Moiseev Alex 869 CAN 2b0 6w1 13b½ 4w0 1.5
15 Kamnitzer Benjamin 852 CAN 13b0 8b1 4w½ 7w0 1.5
16 Teram Eli 919 CAN 3w0 1.5
17 Shogilev Sandon 1195 CAN 1b0 0 1
18 Zuo Roger 694 CAN 2b0 6w0 1
19 Hibbard Linda 643 CAN 0 8w0 1
20 Cvetkovic Nikola 0 CAN 0 10w0 1
21 Souchko Larissa 970 CAN 5w0 3b0 6b0 11w0 0

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

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2017 Halloween Rapid

Special event – October 30

In lieu of our regular slow-chess tournament, the 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!

Last year, the winner was Moises Cornelio.

Prizes for winners and for best costumes!

Winners

Congratulations to five players who tied for first place with 5.0/6
Sihao Chen
Sergey Malkhovets
Sergey Noritsyn
Max England
and Peter McSherry!

Top U1800 (other than first place Sihao Chen) was:
Ramond Gao with 4.0/6

And top U1500 was:
Hazel Guo with 4.0/6

Costume prize winners were:
Ulli Diemer
Marcus Wilker
and Alex Moiseev

Thanks to everyone who joined, and congratulations to the winners!

See full results on the cross-table below:


Final Ranking cross-tables after Round 6

ACC Halloween Rapid 2017

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd 6.Rd Pts.
1 Chen Sihao 1555 CAN 26b1 11w1 6b1 7w0 12b1 8b1 5
2 Malakhovets Sergey 2246 CAN 30w1 21b1 5w1 8b1 4w1 3b0 5
3 Noritsyn Sergey 2207 CAN 9b1 20w1 4b0 13w1 7b1 2w1 5
4 England Max 2040 CAN 25w1 29b1 3w1 32b1 2b0 9w1 5
5 Mcsherry Peter 1846 CAN 13b1 10w1 2b0 37w1 11b1 7w1 5
6 Alakov Sergey 2000 CAN 16b½ 40w1 1w0 27b1 29w1 17b1 4.5
7 Li William 2205 CAN 24w1 35b1 19w1 1b1 3w0 5b0 4
8 Wiebe Daniel 2086 CAN 14b1 22w1 17b1 2w0 23b1 1w0 4
9 Gao Raymond 1536 CAN 3w0 42b1 28w1 19b1 15w1 4b0 4
10 Guo Haotong Hazel 1365 CAN 31w1 5b0 22b1 16w0 30w1 24b1 4
11 Malmsten Erik 1938 CAN 36w1 1b0 24w1 15b1 5w0 16w1 4
12 Vigneswaramoorthy Vinorth 1689 CAN 38w0 18b1 14w1 30b1 1w0 25w1 4
13 Mansilla Guillermo 1420 CAN 5w0 34b1 21w1 3b0 35w1 23w1 4
14 Belcadi Salim 1456 CAN 8w0 45b+ 12b0 31b1 34w1 22w1 4
15 Longo Tyler 2014 CAN 39w1 27b1 11w0 9b0 32b1 3.5
16 Yueh Tony 1439 CAN 6w½ 31b1 32w0 10b1 19w1 11b0 3.5
17 Gross Gerhard 1825 GER 18w1 38b1 8w0 29b½ 32w1 6w0 3.5
18 Saltat Michael 1374 CAN 17b0 12w0 43b1 20w1 22b0 34b1 3
19 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1678 CAN 41b1 37w1 7b0 9w0 16b0 39w1 3
20 Liao Run Ming 1671 CAN 42w1 3b0 25w0 18b0 38w1 36b1 3
21 Diemer Ulli 1664 CAN 43b1 2w0 13b0 33w1 25b0 37w1 3
22 Armstrong Robert J. 1657 CAN 45w1 8b0 10w0 28b1 18w1 14b0 3
23 Gryn Maksym 1604 CAN 32w0 33b1 38w1 25b1 8w0 13b0 3
24 Li Kevin Yunhong 1521 CAN 7b0 43w1 11b0 26w1 37b1 10w0 3
25 Svinoukhov Yuri 1450 CAN 4b0 44w1 20b1 23w0 21w1 12b0 3
26 Kalniev Stefan 0 CAN 1w0 36b1 30w0 24b0 44w1 35b1 3
27 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1742 CAN 33w1 32b½ 15w0 6w0 40b1 29b½ 3
28 Wilker Marcus 1609 CAN 9b0 22w0 33b1 40w1 3
29 Ogunlana Ayo 1564 CAN 47w+ 4w0 39b1 17w½ 6b0 27w½ 3
30 Schwartz Lorne 1553 CAN 2b0 41w1 26b1 12w0 10b0 31b½ 2.5
31 Ali Shafkat 1769 CAN 10b0 16w0 41b1 14w0 42b1 30w½ 2.5
32 Stroganov Valery 830 CAN 23b1 27w½ 16b1 4w0 17b0 15w0 2.5
33 Supol George 1348 CAN 27b0 23w0 44b1 21b0 28w0 41b1 2
34 Sabadash Maksym 1700 CAN 37b0 13w0 40b1 36w1 14b0 18w0 2
35 Jevtic Dragan 1573 CAN 44b1 7w0 37b0 39w1 13b0 26w0 2
36 Kalmanson Evgeny 1431 CAN 11b0 26w0 42b1 34b0 41w1 20w0 2
37 Lambert Peter 1227 CAN 34w1 19b0 35w1 5b0 24w0 21b0 2
38 Randle Bill 1154 CAN 12b1 17w0 23b0 40w0 20b0 42w1 2
39 Moiseev Alex 869 CAN 46w+ 15b0 29w0 35b0 43w1 19b0 2
40 Dong Yiwei 1162 CAN 6b0 34w0 38b1 27w0 28b0 1.5
41 Noritsyn Ivan 1071 CAN 19w0 30b0 31w0 43b1 36b0 33w0 1
42 Stroganov Victor 1057 CAN 20b0 9w0 36w0 44b1 31w0 38b0 1
43 Souchko Larissa 970 CAN 21w0 24b0 18w0 41w0 39b0 44b1 1
44 Zuo Roger 694 CAN 35w0 25b0 33w0 42w0 26b0 43w0 0
45 Ellis Cody 881 CAN 22b0 14w- 0 0 0 0 0
46 Ramesh Bharath 1608 CAN 39b- 0 0 0 0 0 0
47 Benavente Francisco 0 CAN 29b- 0 0 0 0 0 0

Results are also listed on the chess-results server.

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ACC Chess on Film Swiss

TIFF is under way, all the stars are in Toronto, and ACC is launching our Chess on Film tournament to celebrate the many times our royal game has graced the silver screen.

Share your favourite chess movie moment in the comments below.

This is a five-round CFC-rated tournament in four sections, Masters, U2200, U1800, and U1400. Time control is 90 min/side with a 30-s increment. The round starts at 7:30 pm every Monday night Sept 11 to Oct 16, except Thanksgiving Mon Oct 9. Register on site by 7 pm. Email registration or bye requests before 6.

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Round One – Sept 11

In the Crown, Sergey Malakhovets beats Sergey Noritsyn to take a share of the lead, while Daniel Zotkin eventually converts in a long battle with Dave Southam to join him at 1.0/1. In U2200, with two draws and a bye, the whole section is tied up at 0.5/1. In U1800, all the results are decisive, including some rating upsets as Salim Belcadi, Tony Yueh, and Sihao Chen join the winners. In U1400, there are no upsets, but Anna Boyce and Alex Moiseev manage to hold against higher rated opponents.

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Round Two – Sept 18

Sergey Noritsyn is playing in the WYCC in Uruguay – Good luck, Sergey!

Meanwhile, Michael Humphreys makes a cameo appearance in the Masters and ends up tied for the lead at 1.5/2 as Sergey Malakhovets and Lidong Wang draw. In U2200, Shawn Talsma and Shafkat Ali break away from the tie to lead the section with 1.5/2. In U1800, Hooshang Ab-Barin, Bob Armstrong, and Tony Yueh all win to take a three-way tie at 2.0/2. Finally, in U1400, Michael Saltat and Bill Randle both win to share the lead at 2.0/2.

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Round Three – Sept 25

In U1400, a couple of relatively new tournament players win their first ever tournament games. Congratulations on your victories tonight, Linda Hibbard and Anna Boyce! Meanwhile, leading the section with a perfect 3.0/3 is Michael Saltat.

Bob Armstrong wins his third straight to take sole first in the U1800 section at 3.0/3. In U2200, it is Shawn Talsma, with a win to lead the section at 2.5/3. And in the Masters, Michael Humphreys takes the starring role with a victory on Board 1 to lead the tournament with 2.5/3.

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Round Four – Oct 2

In the Masters, a long battle on Board 1 finally results in a draw, leaving Michael Humphreys still in the lead by half a point at 3.0/4. In U2200, Shawn Talsma wins again to keep a full point lead at 3.5/4. Meanwhile, Bob Armstrong and Michael Saltat stay perfect to lead with 4.0/4 in the U1800 and U1400, respectively.

See full results below and on the Chess-Results server.

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Off-week – Oct 9

The club is CLOSED for Thanksgiving. All club activities are cancelled, to resume Oct 16.

Round Five – Oct 16

In the Masters section, a number of byes in the last round leave only Sergey Noritsyn and Dave Southam playing. With the win, Sergey keeps Dave at 2.0/5, allowing Michael Humphreys to win the tournament with 3.0/5. Congratulations, Michael!

In U2200, pairing becomes difficult in the last round and leader Shawn Talsma, up by a full point already is forced to take the TD Bye, to finish with 4.5/5. Congratulations, Shawn!

In U1800, leader Bob Armstrong is upset by Lorne Schwartz, allowing Hooshang Ab-Barin to finish tied for the lead at 4.0/5. Congratulations, Bob and Hooshang!

Finally, in U1400, Michael Saltat finishes a perfect tournament with yet another win, to take the section with 5.0/5. Nicely done, Michael!

Our next club tournament is the ACC “No Snow Please” Swiss, starting October 23.


Final Ranking cross-tables after Round 5

ACC Chess on Film Swiss – Masters

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Humphreys Michael 2337 CAN 8w1 3b1 2w½ 0 3
2 Li William 2128 CAN 4w1 1b½ 0 2.5
3 Malakhovets Sergey 2248 CAN 5b1 7w½ 1w0 4b½ 0 2
4 Zotkin Daniel 2233 CAN 6w1 2b0 3w½ 0 2
5 Noritsyn Sergey 2220 CAN 3w0 0 0 8b+ 6b1 2
6 Southam David 2214 CAN 4b0 8w1 5w0 2
7 Wang Lidong 2110 CAN 3b½ 0 2
8 Calvelo Jelvis 2128 CAN 1b0 6b0 5w- 0 0.5

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Chess on Film Swiss – U2200

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Talsma Shawn 1923 CAN 5b½ 2w1 3b1 4w1 -1 4.5
2 Liu Harry 1705 CAN 4w½ 1b0 6w½ -1 3b1 3
3 Ali Shafkat 1744 CAN 4b1 1w0 7b1 2w0 2.5
4 Fines John 1926 CAN 2b½ 3w0 -1 1b0 5w1 2.5
5 Ugodnikov Arkadiy 1718 CAN 1w½ 6b1 4b0 2.5
6 McSherry Peter 1877 CAN 2b½ 5w0 0 1.5
7 Ferreira Alex T. 2096 CAN 0 3w0 0 1

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Chess on Film Swiss – U1800

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Armstrong Robert J. 1546 CAN 20b1 3w1 2w1 10b1 11w0 4
2 Ab-Barin Hooshang 1675 CAN 14b1 13w1 1b0 7w1 9w+ 4
3 Chen Sihao 1422 CAN 11w1 1b0 9b½ 6w1 7b1 3.5
4 Diemer Ulli 1634 CAN 0 11b1 12w1 3
5 Chertkow Matthew 1424 CAN 6b1 11w1 0 3
6 Jevtic Dragan 1602 CAN 5w0 14b1 13w½ 3b0 16w1 2.5
7 Yueh Tony 1410 CAN 9b1 21w1 2b0 3w0 2.5
8 Liao Run Ming 0 CAN 12w1 10b0 16b1 0 2.5
9 Ogunlana Ayo 1584 CAN 7w0 16b1 3w½ 21w1 2b- 2.5
10 Belcadi Salim 1424 CAN 17b1 8w1 1w0 0 2.5
11 Schwartz Lorne 1591 CAN 3b0 20w1 5b0 4w0 1b1 2
12 Ramesh Bharath 1632 CAN 8b0 18w1 4b0 2
13 Abbarin Shabnam 1460 CAN 19w1 2b0 6b½ 0 14w½ 2
14 Kalmanson Evgeny 1439 CAN 2w0 6w0 20b1 13b½ 2
15 Gryn Maksym 1597 CAN 0 0 18b1 2
16 Li Kevin Yunhong 1563 CAN 9w0 21b1 8w0 6b0 1.5
17 Pell Richard 1356 CAN 10w0 0 0 0 20w1 1
18 Guo Haotong Hazel 1378 CAN 0 12b0 15w0 1
19 Supol George 1360 CAN 13b0 0 0 1
20 Shogilev Sandon 1370 CAN 1w0 11b0 14w0 17b0 0.5
21 Patton Mark A. 1303 CAN 7b0 16w0 9b0 0 0.5

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

ACC Chess on Film Swiss – U1400

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1.Rd 2.Rd 3.Rd 4.Rd 5.Rd Pts.
1 Saltat Michael 1293 CAN 6w1 11b1 5b1 2w1 4b1 5
2 Lambert Peter 1171 CAN 13w½ 16b1 15w1 1b0 7w1 3.5
3 Moiseev Alex 769 CAN 16w½ 7b1 9w0 18b1 5w½ 3
4 Panayotou Paul 1195 CAN 11w1 9b1 1w0 3
5 Randle Bill 1183 CAN 22b1 20w+ 1w0 3b½ 3
6 Souchko Larissa 988 CAN 1b0 22w½ 18b0 19w1 17b1 2.5
7 Dong Yiwei 1237 CAN 3w0 12b1 17w1 2b0 2.5
8 Stroganov Victor 1193 CAN 15b0 21w1 0 11w1 2.5
9 Ai Amy 1181 CAN 17w1 3b1 4w0 0 2.5
10 Pancer Jeff 1014 CAN 13b1 0 0 16w1 2.5
11 Noritsyn Ivan 1053 CAN 19b1 1w0 4b0 20w+ 8b0 2
12 Tuong Rose 871 CAN 19b0 7w0 21b1 2
13 Boyce Anna 847 CAN 2b½ 10w0 22b1 0 2
14 Matetski Konstanstin 1246 CAN 0 21b1 0 2
15 Denning Keith 1220 CAN 8w1 2b0 0 2
16 Kamnitzer Benjamin 1029 CAN 3b½ 2w0 17b0 22w1 10b0 1.5
17 Zuo Roger 708 CAN 9b0 16w1 7b0 6w0 1.5
18 Hibbard Linda 595 CAN 20b0 6w1 3w0 0 1.5
19 Ellis Cody 887 CAN 11w0 12w1 0 6b0 0 1
20 Mavroidis George 991 CAN 18w1 5b- 0 11b- 0 1
21 Lau Joshua 743 CAN 8b0 14w0 12w0 1
22 Teram Eli 966 CAN 5w0 6b½ 13w0 16b0 0 0.5

Check full results on the Chess-Results server.

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