Janus Swiss Kids’ Tournament

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Janus is the Roman two-faced god of beginnings and transitions. He faces the past, while looking to the future. January is named in his honour, and so is the January ACC kids’ tournament.

After 4 rounds, and despite a last-round loss, Kaizen wins on tie break!

The tournament is now complete and rated by the Chess Federation of Canada.

Here are the complete results:

SwissSys Standings. Kids’ Janus Swiss

# Name ID Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Tot
1 Kaizen Liu 152053 1062 W6 W2 W4 L3 3.0
2 Toshi Tall 154707 unr. W7 L1 W8 W6 3.0
3 Adin Aviv 154699 unr. W5 U— U— W1 2.0
4 Jeffrey Wang Zhu 154492 864 U— W6 L1 W8 2.0
5 Cuinn Chowdhury 154703 unr. L3 W9 U— W7 2.0
6 Heiko Dorre-Grasso 151967 818 L1 L4 W10 L2 1.0
7 Daniel Veldhuizen 153246 unr. L2 W10 L12 L5 1.0
8 Stefan Markarov unr. U— W11 L2 L4 1.0
9 Alex Ngan 154702 unr. L14 L5 W11 U— 1.0
10 Martin Makaveev unr. U— L7 L6 W15 1.0
11 Pau Ilerbaig 153429 unr. U— L8 L9 B— 1.0
12 Bradley Ho 152028 841 U— L13 W7 U— 1.0
13 Hamish Raynor 154267 unr. U— W12 U— U— 1.0
14 Howard Halim 153419 unr. W9 U— U— U— 1.0
15 Erik Ellefson 151837 667 U— U— U— L10 0.0
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