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Alex Ferreira wins ACC Holiday Swiss!

2011 ACC Holiday Swiss – Final Results (January 23)

With Michael Humphreys, Rolando Renteria, and David Southam playing full-time in the GTCL Premier League, it was Alex Ferreira who finished on top of the Premier section in clear first with 3.5/5. Congratulations, Alex!

In the Reserve A section, young Danny Zotkin finished first with 3.5/5. (Adie Todd finished tied at 3.5/5, but since she has taken 3 byes, Danny wins the tie break.)

Finally, in Reserve C, Hooshang Abbarin took first with an impressive 5.0/5. Perfect score!

Here are the complete results through Round 5:

Premier (>1900)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Alex T. Ferreira 127516 2025 W11 L9 H— W6 W3 3.5
2 Wajdy Shebetah 148432 2086 W7 D10 L8 H— W6 3.0
3 Pavel Peev 122223 2146 H— W5 H— W8 L1 3.0
4 Adrian David Valencia 1883 H— H— L6 W12 W7 3.0
5 Carlos Romero Alfonso 153128 1975 L9 L3 L7 W11 W12 2.0
6 Zehn Nasir 148198 1843 H— H— W4 L1 L2 2.0
7 Juliaan Posaratnanathan 146059 1878 L2 H— W5 H— L4 2.0
8 Hugh Siddeley 120619 1982 H— H— W2 L3 U— 2.0
9 Michael Humphreys 131628 2298 W5 W1 U— U— U— 2.0
10 David Southam 102535 2154 W13 D2 U— U— U— 1.5
11 Venci Ivanov 153031 1862 L1 L13 W12 L5 F14 1.0
12 Daniel Wiebe 132137 1931 H— H— L11 L4 L5 1.0
13 Robert Bzikot 132541 1949 L10 W11 U— U— U— 1.0
14 Sahir Abbas unr. U— U— U— U— F11 0.0

Reserve A (>1500)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Daniel Zotkin 146857 1673 H— W7 W14 L13 W9 3.5
2 Adie Todd 125156 1667 H— H— W4 H— W3 3.5
3 Yakos Spiliotopoulos 151471 1689 H— D11 W10 H— L2 2.5
4 Manuela Renteria 152627 1743 H— H— L2 D7 W13 2.5
5 Nicholas O'Bumsawin 151261 1781 W8 H— W9 U— U— 2.5
6 Fernando Marshal 104895 1958 H— H— H— W14 U— 2.5
7 Marcus Wilker 102713 1679 L15 L1 W13 D4 D8 2.0
8 Hayk Oganesyan 152587 1582 L5 D13 L12 W10 D7 2.0
9 Edmond Jodhi 150171 1693 W13 H— L5 D11 L1 2.0
10 Alejandro Renteria 152628 1415 H— H— L3 L8 W16 2.0
11 Arkadiy Ugodnikov 146626 1814 H— D3 H— D9 U— 2.0
12 Erik Malmsten 100196 1852 H— H— W8 U— U— 2.0
13 Jack Maguire 144604 1528 L9 D8 L7 W1 L4 1.5
14 Mohammad Zaki Uddin 152024 1826 W16 D15 L1 L6 U— 1.5
15 Zehn Nasir 148198 1843 W7 D14 U— U— U— 1.5
16 Josep Sobrepere 152976 1475 L14 H— H— H— L10 1.5

Reserve B (U1500)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Hooshang Abbarin 152910 1470 W2 W17 W12 W3 W8 5.0
2 Bill Thornton 131181 1290 L1 W7 W5 W4 W6 4.0
3 Christopher Field 108098 1298 W10 L4 W16 L1 W11 3.0
4 Shabnam Abbarin 151181 1255 W20 W3 W10 L2 L5 3.0
5 Milan Cvetkovic 150817 1190 D12 D8 L2 D10 W4 2.5
6 Jean-Marc David 151900 1116 H— L14 W11 W15 L2 2.5
7 Bazil Whitehead 153156 unr. H— L2 W9 H— D13 2.5
8 George Supol 152286 1363 H— D5 H— W21 L1 2.5
9 Larissa Souchko 145490 1157 H— L12 L7 H— W16 2.0
10 James Mourgelas 108540 1485 L3 W20 L4 D5 U— 1.5
11 Dennis Li 153129 1077 D19 U— L6 W22 L3 1.5
12 Dan Geambasu 134119 1395 D5 W9 L1 U— U— 1.5
13 Stefan Catona 129405 1178 U— U— U— W16 D7 1.5
14 Erik Malmsten 100196 1852 H— W6 U— U— U— 1.5
15 Stone Hu unr. H— H— H— L6 U— 1.5
16 Raymond Lin 150193 951 H— H— L3 L13 L9 1.0
17 Alexandre Johnson 109239 1449 W18 L1 U— U— U— 1.0
18 Dave Rutt unr. L17 U— U— U— B— 1.0
19 Anton Zverev 150115 1311 D11 U— U— U— U— 0.5
20 Chris Wehrfritz 151679 1399 L4 L10 U— U— U— 0.0
21 Neil Jain 152915 482 U— U— U— L8 U— 0.0
22 Brian Groat unr. U— U— U— L11 U— 0.0

Round 2 (December 19)

After two rounds of play, Michael Humphreys is continuing his domination of the top section. After winning the 2011 Fall Swiss with a perfect 5.0/5, record, he’s off to a 2.0/2 start in this club Swiss, too.

Hopefully, Michael continues his winning streak on January 9, when he plays board 1 for ACC in the first match of the GTCL Premier League season!

In the Reserve A section, there’s a five-way tie for the lead: Zaki Uddin, Zehn Nasir, Nick O’Bumsawin, Edmond Jodhi, and Danny Zotkin all have 1.5/2. They’re all strong contenders, and it’s anyone’s guess who’ll come out on top in the next three rounds.

Meanwhile, in Reserve B, the father-and-daughter combination of Hooshang Abbarin and Shabnam Abbarin are tearing it up with 2.0/2 records. They are currently in a two-way tie for the lead.

Finally, special thanks to Alex Ferreira, who filled in for our regular TD, Hugh Siddeley. Only Alex can re-pair a section by hand – and take care of a finicky printer – while simultaneously entertaining the crowd with chess stories from the good old days!

Round 4 (January 16)

With the GTCL Premier League under way, the Premier section has been decimated – Michael Humphreys, Rolando Renteria, and David Southam have dropped out to play the top boards for the ACC team. Pavel Peev (who took a round off himself to play for the ACC team) is leading what remains of the section with 3.0/4.

In the super-competitive Reserve A section, Nick O’Bumsawin, is leading with 3.0/4 – but there are five hungry hounds chomping at his heels, half a point behind. Nick can take clear first with a win next round. Otherwise we’re liable to end up with a tie at the top of this section.

In the Reserve B section, Hooshang Abbarin is leading with a perfect score of 4.0/4. The question is, will he be ready to face his daughter Shabnam Abbarin (currently tied for second at 3.0/4) in the last round?

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Michael Humphreys wins Fall Swiss!

2011 ACC Fall Swiss

Our second annual (Steve Fairbairn won the last one) ACC Fall Swiss is all wrapped up, and Michael Humphreys has won the Premier section with a perfect 5.0/5! Greg Beal and Dan Geambasu are the Reserve A and B winners.

A new club tournament, the Holiday Swiss, starts at 7:30 pm next Monday, December 12. Pre-register now!

Check complete final results from the Fall Swiss on the cross-tables, below.

Final Results through Round 5:

Premier (>1900)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Michael Humphreys 131628 2299 W4 W5 W2 W6 W8 5.0
2 David Southam 102535 2154 W11 W7 L1 W5 W4 4.0
3 Robert Bzikot 132541 1949 H— L10 H— W13 W9 3.0
4 Pavel Peev 122223 2146 L1 W13 D7 W10 L2 2.5
5 Rolando Renteria 152626 2289 W13 L1 H— L2 W6 2.5
6 Juliaan Posaratnanathan 146059 1878 H— W11 W10 L1 L5 2.5
7 Wajdy Shebetah 148432 2086 H— L2 D4 H— W10 2.5
8 Alex T. Ferreira 127516 2025 H— H— H— W12 L1 2.5
9 Manuela Renteria 152627 1743 H— H— H— H— L3 2.0
10 Hugh Siddeley 120619 1982 H— W3 L6 L4 L7 1.5
11 Carlos Romero Alfonso 153128 2360 L2 L6 L13 H— W12 1.5
12 Venci Ivanov 153031 1862 H— H— H— L8 L11 1.5
13 Bruce McKendry 111714 1903 L5 L4 W11 L3 U— 1.0

Reserve A (>1500)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Greg Beal 101490 1708 W9 W4 W3 W10 L2 4.0
2 Nicholas O'Bumsawin 151261 1781 H— D7 D9 W3 W1 3.5
3 Edmond Jodhi 150171 1693 W15 W10 L1 L2 W9 3.0
4 Marcus Wilker 102713 1679 W12 L1 L8 W15 W10 3.0
5 Zehn Nasir 148198 1843 H— H— H— H— W7 3.0
6 Arkadiy Ugodnikov 146626 1814 L10 L13 W12 D9 W11 2.5
7 Yakos Spiliotopoulos 151471 1689 H— D2 W14 H— L5 2.5
8 Erik Malmsten 100196 1852 H— H— W4 H— U— 2.5
9 Josep Sobrepere 152976 1475 L1 W12 D2 D6 L3 2.0
10 Jack Maguire 144604 1528 W6 L3 W15 L1 L4 2.0
11 Adie Todd 125156 1667 H— H— H— H— L6 2.0
12 Mohammad Zaki Uddin 152024 1826 L4 L9 L6 H— W15 1.5
13 Alex T. Ferreira 127516 2025 H— W6 U— U— U— 1.5
14 Daniel Zotkin 146857 1673 H— H— L7 U— U— 1.0
15 Bazil Whitehead 153156 unr. L3 H— L10 L4 L12 0.5

Reserve B (U1500)

# Name ID Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Dan Geambasu 134119 1395 W9 W2 W7 W8 W6 5.0
2 Bill Thornton 131181 1290 W13 L1 W3 W7 W8 4.0
3 Milan Cvetkovic 150817 1190 L11 W4 L2 W10 W7 3.0
4 Adam Palmer 153127 1060 L5 L3 W10 W13 W12 3.0
5 Christopher Field 108098 1298 W4 L7 W11 W9 U— 3.0
6 Larissa Souchko 145490 1157 H— L13 W15 W12 L1 2.5
7 George Supol 152286 1363 W15 W5 L1 L2 L3 2.0
8 Alexandre Johnson 109239 1449 W16 H— H— L1 L2 2.0
9 Jean-Marc David 151900 1116 L1 W15 W13 L5 U— 2.0
10 Hooshang Abbarin 152910 1470 H— H— L4 L3 W15 2.0
11 Francis He 153130 713 W3 H— L5 U— U— 1.5
12 Jason Waugh 152118 938 H— H— H— L6 L4 1.5
13 Raymond Lin 150193 951 L2 W6 L9 L4 U— 1.0
14 Alan Yulun He 141522 1016 U— U— U— W15 U— 1.0
15 Dennis Li 153129 1077 L7 L9 L6 L14 L10 0.0
16 Jennifer Ugodnikov 151196 1155 L8 U— U— U— U— 0.0

Round 1 (November 7)

Week one of a Swiss always sees mismatched games, but it’s exciting to see the underdog win some of them. In the top (Premier) section, Dave Southam beat a 2300, but Carlos Romero Alfonso’s 2360 rating is provisional – based on only two games. In the bottom (Reserve B) section, young Francis He defeated Milan Cvetkovic. Finally, there were two big upsets in the middle (Reserve A) section: Marcus Wilker beat top seed Mohammad Zaki Uddin, and the wily Jack Maguire miniatured Arkadiy Ugodnikov!

Get a copy of the lecture notes from Rhys Goldstein’s November 7 chess talk “Long Journeys on Horseback”.

And check out the upset of the week – Jack Maguire, known for his straight-for-the-jugular opening play, takes down one of our club’s giants in 17 moves!

White: Maguire, Jack (1528)
Black: Ugodnikov, Arkadiy (1814)

ACC Fall Swiss (1)
2011.11.07
Toronto, ON

D01 Veresov Attack

Round 2 (November 14)

After two rounds, all three sections have two-way ties for the lead. In the Premier section, it’s Michael Humphreys (with a win over Rolado Renteria) and David Southam (with a win over Wajdy Shebetah). In Reserve A, it’s Edmond Jodhi and Greg Beal. And in Reserve B, it’s Dan Geambasu and George Supol. All three pairs of co-leaders are due to face off in Round 3.

Take a copy of Mohammad Zaki Uddin’s November 14 chess talk, “Saving a Lost Game”.

Here are a few selected second-round battles:

White: Renteria, Rolando (2289)
Black: Humphreys, Michael (2299)

ACC Fall Swiss (2)
2011.11.14
Toronto, ON

B12 Caro Kann: Fantasy

White: Shebetah, Wajdy (2086)
Black: Southam, Dave (2154)

2011.11.14 ACC Fall Swiss (2)
Toronto, ON

C11 French Defence: Two Knights

White: Siddeley, Hugh (1982)
Black: Bzikot, Robert (1949)

ACC Fall Swiss (2)
2011.11.14
Toronto, ON

B33 Sicilian: Sveshnikov

Round 3 (November 21)

After three rounds, a clear leader has emerged in each of the three sections. In Reserve A, Greg Beal is in clear first, after defeating Edmond Jodhi. In Reserve B, it’s Dan Geambasu, with a win against George Supol. And in the Premier section, Michael Humphreys has the top spot, after beating David Southam.

Here’s the game from board 1:

White: Humphreys, Michael (2298)
Black: Southam, David (2154)

ACC Fall Swiss (3)
2011.11.21
Toronto, ON

A41 Modern Defence

Round 4 (November 28)

The leaders are undefeated! In Reserve A, Greg Beal is running away with the tournament. Going into the last round, he is in clear first – and out of reach, at a point and a half ahead of the competition! In Reserve B, Dan Geambasu is perfect and a full point ahead. And in the Premier section, Michael Humphreys is still perfect, a point ahead of his closest rival, David Southam.

Get a copy of Erik Malmsten’s lecture, “Q-KN3 What!!” (also available zipped with a .pgn file)

Round 5 starts at 7:30 pm on Monday December 5. Remember, it’s never too late to join an ongoing club tournament. The Holiday Swiss starts the following Monday December 12.

Check full Round 4 results on the cross-tables, below.

Here are a couple selected games:

White: Southam, David (2154)
Black: Renteria, Rolando (2289)

ACC Fall Swiss (4)
2011.11.28
Toronto, ON

E94 King’s Indian: Orthodox

White: Siddely, Hugh (1982)
Black: Peev, Pavel (2146)

ACC Fall Swiss (4)
2011.11.28
Toronto, ON

B52 Sicillian: Rossolimo

Round 5 (December 5)

In Reserve A, going into the last round, Greg Beal had already clinched the section, leading by a point and a half. After a last-round loss to Nick O’Bumsawin, he still wins clear first with 4.0/5. Nick finishes second, with 3.5/5.

In Reserve B, Dan Geambasu remained perfect, finishing with 5.0/5. Bill Thornton came second, with 4.0/5.

And in the Premier section, Michael Humphreys finished with a fifth win. (Alex Ferreira, making a third cameo appearance in the tournament, was his unlucky opponent this time.) Michael’s perfect result leaves him a point ahead of David Southam, who finished in clear second, with 4.0/5.

Here are Michael’s and Dave’s last-round games:

White: Ferreira, Alex (2025)
Black: Humphreys, Michael (2298)

2011.12.05 ACC Fall Swiss (5)
Toronto, ON

A45 Trompowski

White: Peev, Pavel (2146)
Black: Southam, David (2154)

2011.12.05 ACC Fall Swiss (5)
Toronto, ON

C06 French: Tarrasch

Besides winning the tournament, Michael also gave our weekly chess lecture. Michael’s lecture (Coffee’s for Closers, Part One?) was on the King’s Indian Defence, Orthodox variation. He showed an array of plans for both sides, and explained the tempo battles that are involved in the execution of plans in closed positions. We saw these positional struggles in action in the illustrative game, Mikhahil Tal v. Bobby Fischer (from the 1959 World Championship Candidates Tournament) – and we saw why Black needs his dark-squared bishop in these closed King’s Indian positions, even though it’s his bad bishop!

Here’s the illustrative game from Michael’s lecture:

White: Mikhail Tal
Black: Robert James Fischer

Candidates Tournament (3)
1959
Yugoslavia

E93 King’s Indian: Petrosian

.pgn for games

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.07”]
[Round “1”]
[White “Maguire, Jack”]
[Black “Ugodnikov, Arkadiy”]
[Result “1-0”]
[ECO “D01”]
[WhiteElo “1528”]
[BlackElo “1814”]
[PlyCount “33”]

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nc3 d5 3. Bg5 (3. e4 Nxe4) 3… Ne4 4. Nxe4 dxe4 5. f3 Bf5 6. g4
Bg6 7. Bg2 exf3 8. Nxf3 h6 9. Bh4 c6 10. O-O Qa5 11. Ne5 Na6 12. Nxc6 bxc6 13.
Bxc6+ Kd8 14. Bxa8 f6 15. c3 Nc7 16. Qb3 Ke8 17. Bc6+ 1-0

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.14”]
[Round “2”]
[White “Renteria, Rolando”]
[Black “Humphreys, Michael”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “B12”]
[WhiteElo “2289”]
[BlackElo “2299”]
[PlyCount “48”]

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. f3 Qb6 4. Nc3 Nf6 5. e5 Nfd7 6. e6 fxe6 7. f4 g6 8. Nf3
Bg7 9. b3 c5 10. Na4 Qd6 11. c3 Nc6 12. g3 (12. dxc5 Nxc5 13. Ba3 Nxa4 $5 14.
Bxd6 Nxc3 15. Qc2 exd6) 12… cxd4 13. cxd4 Nxd4 14. Nxd4 Qb4+ 15. Bd2 Qxd4 16.
Nc3 Nc5 17. Bb5+ Bd7 18. Qe2 Ne4 19. Bxd7+ Kxd7 20. Nxe4 Qxa1+ 21. Kf2 Qd4+ 22.
Be3 Qxe4 23. Qb5+ Kd8 24. Rc1 Bd4 0-1

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.14”]
[Round “2”]
[White “Shebetah, Wajdy”]
[Black “Southam, Dave”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “C11”]
[WhiteElo “2086”]
[BlackElo “2154”]
[PlyCount “44”]

1. e4 e6 2. Nf3 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e5 Nfd7 5. d4 c5 6. Bf4 Nc6 7. dxc5 Bxc5 8.
Bd3 f6 9. exf6 Nxf6 10. Qe2 O-O 11. O-O-O a6 12. Ne5 Nb4 13. g4 Nd7 14. Nxd7
Bxd7 15. Be3 Bxe3+ 16. Qxe3 Qf6 17. Qh3 Nxd3+ 18. Qxd3 Bc6 19. Qe2 d4 20. Ne4
Qf4+ 21. Nd2 Bxh1 22. Qxe6+ Qf7 0-1

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.14”]
[Round “2”]
[White “Siddeley, Hugh”]
[Black “Bzikot, Robert”]
[Result “1-0”]
[ECO “B33”]
[WhiteElo “1982”]
[BlackElo “1949”]
[PlyCount “89”]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 Nc6 6. Ndb5 d6 7. Bf4 e5 8.
Bg5 a6 9. Na3 b5 10. Bxf6 gxf6 11. Nd5 f5 12. Bxb5 axb5 13. Nxb5 Ra4 14. b4
Rxb4 15. Nbc7+ Kd7 16. Nxb4 Nxb4 17. Nd5 Qa5 18. O-O Nxd5 19. exd5 Ba6 20. Re1
Bc4 21. Qh5 Qxd5 22. Qxf5+ Qe6 23. Qe4 Bd5 24. Qa4+ Ke7 25. Qa7+ Kf6 26. Re3
Rg8 27. Rg3 Rxg3 28. hxg3 Qg4 29. Qb6 Qe4 30. f3 Qxc2 31. Qd8+ Be7 32. Qh8+ Ke6
33. a4 Qd3 34. Qc8+ Kf6 35. Qc1 Kg7 36. a5 Bf6 37. a6 e4 38. Ra4 Bd4+ 39. Kh2
e3 40. a7 Ba8 41. Qc8 e2 42. Qg4+ Kh6 43. Rxd4 Qxd4 44. Qxd4 e1=Q 45. Qf6+ 1-0

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.21”]
[Round “3”]
[White “Humphreys, Michael”]
[Black “Southam, David”]
[Result “1-0”]
[ECO “A41”]
[WhiteElo “2298”]
[BlackElo “2154”]
[PlyCount “75”]
[SourceDate “2011.11.23”]

1. Nf3 g6 2. c4 Bg7 3. Nc3 d6 4. d4 Bg4 5. g3 Bxf3 6. exf3 c6 7. Bg2 e6 8. d5
exd5 9. cxd5 c5 10. Qa4+ Kf8 11. Bf4 Ne7 12. O-O h6 13. Ne4 Nc8 14. Rfe1 Kg8 $2
15. Nxc5 $1 Kh7 (15… dxc5 16. Re8+) 16. Nxb7 Qb6 17. Qb3 Bxb2 18. Rab1 Qxb3
19. axb3 Bf6 20. Bxd6 Na6 21. Bf1 Nxd6 22. Nxd6 Nb4 23. Nxf7 Rhf8 24. Ne5 Nxd5
25. Nd7 Rf7 26. Nxf6+ Nxf6 27. Bc4 Rc7 28. Re6 Kg7 29. Rd1 Re8 30. Ra6 Nh7 31.
Rdd6 Nf8 32. f4 Ree7 33. h4 Rcd7 34. h5 Rxd6 35. Rxd6 gxh5 36. f5 Rc7 37. f6+
Kg6 38. Rd8 1-0

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.28”]
[Round “4”]
[White “Southam, David”]
[Black “Renteria, Rolando”]
[Result “1-0”]
[ECO “E94”]
[WhiteElo “2154”]
[BlackElo “2289”]
[PlyCount “85”]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 Nbd7 7. O-O e5 8. Be3
Ng4 9. Bg5 f6 10. Bc1 f5 11. exf5 gxf5 12. dxe5 dxe5 13. Ng5 Ndf6 14. Qxd8 Rxd8
15. Nb5 Ne8 16. Bxg4 fxg4 17. Be3 c6 18. Nc3 Nd6 19. Rad1 Bf5 20. c5 Nf7 21.
Nge4 Rd4 22. Bxd4 exd4 23. Ng3 Bg6 24. Nce2 Bc2 25. Rxd4 Bxd4 26. Nxd4 Bg6 27.
Rd1 Rd8 28. Rd2 Rd5 29. Nb3 Ne5 30. Rxd5 cxd5 31. Na5 b6 32. c6 Be8 33. c7 Bd7
34. Nb7 Nf7 35. Nh5 Bc8 36. Nf6+ Kf8 37. Nd8 d4 38. Ne4 Ba6 39. Nxf7 Kxf7 40.
Nd6+ Ke6 41. c8=Q+ Bxc8 42. Nxc8 Kd5 43. Kf1 1-0

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto CAN”]
[Date “2011.11.28”]
[Round “4”]
[White “Siddeley, Hugh”]
[Black “Peev, Pavel”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “B52”]
[WhiteElo “1982”]
[BlackElo “2146”]
[PlyCount “88”]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Bb5+ Bd7 4. Bxd7+ Qxd7 5. c4 Nc6 6. d4 cxd4 7. Nxd4 Nf6
8. Nc3 g6 9. O-O Bg7 10. Nde2 O-O 11. f3 b6 12. Bg5 Qb7 13. Qd2 Rfc8 14. b3 Ne5
15. a4 Ned7 16. Rab1 Nc5 17. Nd5 Nxd5 18. exd5 Re8 19. Nc3 Rac8 20. Rfe1 Qd7
21. Nb5 a6 22. Nd4 Bxd4+ 23. Qxd4 e5 24. Qh4 f5 25. Be3 b5 26. axb5 axb5 27.
Red1 f4 28. Bf2 bxc4 29. bxc4 Na4 30. Rb4 Rb8 31. Rdb1 Rxb4 32. Rxb4 Nc3 33.
Qf6 Qe7 34. Qxe7 Rxe7 35. Rb8+ Kf7 36. Rh8 Kg7 37. Rd8 Rc7 38. c5 Nxd5 39. Rxd6
Ne7 40. Bh4 $2 Nf5 41. Bf6+ Kf7 42. Bxe5 Rxc5 43. Rd7+ $2 Ke6 44. Rc7 Rxe5 0-1

[Event “Yugoslavia ct Rd: 3”]
[Site “Yugoslavia ct Rd: 3”]
[Date “1959.??.??”]
[EventDate “?”]
[Round “?”]
[Result “1-0”]
[White “Mikhail Tal”]
[Black “Robert James Fischer”]
[ECO “E93”]
[WhiteElo “?”]
[BlackElo “?”]
[PlyCount “67”]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Be2 O-O 6. Nf3 e5
7. d5 Nbd7 8. Bg5 h6 9. Bh4 a6 10. O-O Qe8 11. Nd2 Nh7 12. b4
Bf6 13. Bxf6 Nhxf6 14. Nb3 Qe7 15. Qd2 Kh7 16. Qe3 Ng8 17. c5
f5 18. exf5 gxf5 19. f4 exf4 20. Qxf4 dxc5 21. Bd3 cxb4
22. Rae1 Qf6 23. Re6 Qxc3 24. Bxf5+ Rxf5 25. Qxf5+ Kh8 26. Rf3
Qb2 27. Re8 Nf6 28. Qxf6+ Qxf6 29. Rxf6 Kg7 30. Rff8 Ne7
31. Na5 h5 32. h4 Rb8 33. Nc4 b5 34. Ne5 1-0

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.12.05”]
[Round “5”]
[White “Ferreira, Alex”]
[Black “Humphreys, Michael”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “A45”]
[WhiteElo “2025”]
[BlackElo “2298”]
[PlyCount “90”]

1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 e6 3. e4 c5 4. d5 d6 5. Nc3 Be7 6. dxe6 Bxe6 7. Bb5+ Nc6 8.
Nf3 O-O 9. Bxc6 bxc6 10. e5 Nd5 11. Bxe7 Qxe7 12. exd6 Qxd6 13. O-O Qf4 14. Ne2
Qf6 15. c4 Nb6 16. b3 Bg4 17. Nd2 Rad8 18. f3 Qb2 19. Qe1 (19. fxg4 Rxd2 20.
Rb1 Qxa2 21. Ra1 Qb2 22. Rb1 Rxd1 23. Rxb2) 19… Rxd2 20. fxg4 Rxe2 21. Qg3
Qe5 22. Qf3 Qe3+ 23. Qxe3 Rxe3 24. Rf5 Rfe8 25. Rxc5 Re1+ 26. Rxe1 Rxe1+ 27.
Kf2 Re6 28. a4 Kf8 29. Ra5 Nc8 30. b4 Ke7 31. Rh5 h6 32. Kf3 g5 33. h4 Nb6 34.
hxg5 hxg5 35. Rxg5 Nxc4 36. Rc5 Nd2+ 37. Kf4 Re4+ 38. Kf5 Rxb4 39. Rxc6 Rxa4
40. g5 Nc4 41. g6 Ne3+ 42. Kg5 Rg4+ 43. Kh5 fxg6+ 44. Kh6 Nf5+ 45. Kh7 Kf7 0-1

[Event “ACC Fall Swiss”]
[Site “Toronto, CAN”]
[Date “2011.12.05”]
[Round “5”]
[White “Peev, Pavel”]
[Black “Southam, David”]
[Result “0-1”]
[ECO “C06”]
[WhiteElo “2146”]
[BlackElo “2154”]
[PlyCount “80”]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 Be7 4. Ngf3 Nf6 5. e5 Nfd7 6. Bd3 c5 7. c3 Nc6 8. O-O
g5 9. dxc5 g4 10. Nd4 Ndxe5 11. Nxc6 bxc6 12. Nb3 Nxd3 13. Qxd3 e5 14. Qe3 Qc7
15. Re1 f6 16. Qh6 Be6 17. Nd4 Qd7 18. Nxe6 Qxe6 19. Bf4 Kd7 20. b4 Qf5 21. Bg3
Qg6 22. Qd2 h5 23. b5 Bxc5 24. bxc6+ Kxc6 25. Bh4 Rhd8 26. Qd1 Bb6 27. Qa4+ Kb7
28. Rad1 Rac8 29. Qb3 Qf7 30. Rd3 Rd6 31. Red1 Rcd8 32. a4 Ka8 33. Kh1 R8d7 34.
Bg3 d4 35. Qb4 Rd5 36. Qc4 Kb7 37. f3 f5 38. Qb3 e4 39. fxe4 fxe4 40. c4 $2 Rf5
0-1

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Toronto Championships at ACC

Toronto Women’s and Toronto Junior at ACC this fall

These events are sanctioned by the Greater Toronto Chess League (GTCL). Both events will be CFC- and FIDE-rated.

The tournaments started Monday October 17 – Check results and pairings.


2011 Toronto Women’s Chess Championship

2011 Toronto Junior Chess Championship

Monday October 17 to Monday November 28

Organized by:

  • Annex Chess Club

Tournament director:

  • Hugh Siddeley

Location:

  • 918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON, M5R 3G5

Format:

  • 6-player round robin

Schedule:

  • Round 1 – Monday October 17 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 2 – Monday October 24 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 3 – Monday October 31 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 4 – Monday November 7 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 5 – Monday November 14 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 6 – Monday November 21 @ 7:30 pm
    Round 7 – Monday November 28 @ 7:30 pm

Time Control:

  • game/90 minutes; 30-s increment from move 1

CFC/FIDE:

  • All players must be up-to-date CFC members. The tournament will also be FIDE rated.

Prizes:

  • First place: $200 and trophy
    Second place: $100
    Third place: $60
    Reserve section: 75% of entry fees

Entry Fee:

  • $60 ($10 discount for ACC members)

Advance Registration:

  • Late entries may be accepted at Annex Chess Club on October 17

Pre-registered List (Toronto Women’s):

# Title Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating FIDE# FIDE Rating Notes
1 WCM Liza Orlova 138247 OK 1994 2601826 1931 at WYCC, Nov 17-27
3 Dalia Kagramanov 127820 expired 1931 2604728 1868
# Manuela Renteria 152627 OK 1750 4406168 1916
2 Zhanna Sametova 145911 OK 1623 2613336 0
# WCM Jiaxin Liu 149747 OK 1502 2611872 0
# Shabnam Abbarin 151181 OK 1288 0
# Jennifer Ugodnikov 151196 OK 1161 0
# title name cfc# expiry rating fide# rating notes

Pre-registered List (Toronto Junior):

# Title Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating FIDE# FIDE Rating Notes
6 Mike Ivanov 140557 OK 2178 2613158 1977
5 David Itkin 140216 OK 2156 2611813 2031
# Michael Song 144236 exp Nov 1 2120 2613190 2036 at WYCC, Nov 17-27
3 Alexandru Florea 138594 OK 2067 2608375 1991
# Joseph Bellissimo 147544 OK 1884 2609843 1813
# Zehn Nasir 148198 OK 1861 2613239 0
# Pi Nasir 148197 OK 1802 2615886 0
7 Daniel Zotkin 146857 OK 1673 2615339 0
# title name cfc# expiry rating fide# rating notes

Pre-registered List (Toronto Junior Reserve):

# Title Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating Notes
1 Hayk Oganesyan 152587 renewed 1475
Alejandro Renteria 152628 OK 1433
4 Eric Wang 149398 OK 1366
2 Alan Yulun He 141522 expired 1016
# title name cfc# expiry rating notes
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2011 Toronto Labour Day Open – registration

2011 Toronto Labour Day Open Chess Tournament – Sept. 3 to 5

Annex Chess Club is pleased to present the 2011 Toronto Labour Day Open.

Tournament director Bryan Lamb is a legend in the Toronto chess community, and his Labour Day Open is a much anticipated annual tradition.

Grab a 2011 Toronto Labour Day Open flyer – including entry form

The tournament is all wrapped up!


2011 Toronto Labour Day Open

Saturday September 3 to Monday September 5

Tournament Director:

  • Bryan Lamb

Organized by:

  • Annex Chess Club

Split Venue – Location and Schedule:

  • Frontenac Ballroom, Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, 1 Harbour Square
    (site for Saturday – rounds 1 and 2)
    registration: Saturday @ 9 am
    Round 1 – Saturday @ 10 am
    Round 2 – Saturday @ 4 pm
  • Annex Chess Club, 918 Bathurst Street
    (site for Sunday and Monday – rounds 3 to 6)
    Round 3 – Sunday @ 10 am
    Round 4 – Sunday @ 4 pm
    Round 5 – Monday @ 10 am
    Round 6 – Monday @ 4 pm
  • (Both sites are air conditioned)

Take the TTC:

  • The Westin Harbour Castle is right next to the Queen’s Quay Terminal (it’s one stop from Union Station on the Harbourfront LRT line) and Annex Chess Club is a very short walk from Bathurst Station. Check the TTC trip planner to figure out how to get to each location from wherever you are.

Format:

  • 6-round Swiss

Sections:

  • Open (CFC rated 2000 and over)
    U2000 (CFC rated 1600 to 1999)
    U1600 (CFC rated under 1599)

Time Control:

  • 40 moves/90 minutes; remaining moves/30 minutes; 30-s increment from move 1 (the popular time control from the recent Canadian Open)

Entry Fee:

  • $95 by Monday August 29
    Cash or cheque to Annex Chess Club, 918 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON M5R 3G5
    Pay by VISA, MC, or Amex through our PayPal account below
  • $110 cash only after August 29 or at the door
  • $10 extra to play up a section if not rated within 100 points of section floor
  • family discount: second family member pays $15 less; third and following $45 less
  • ACC member discount: $10 less – cannot be combined with family discount

CFC/FIDE:

  • All players must be up-to-date CFC members. The top section will be FIDE rated.

Byes:

  • Up to two ½-pt byes are available in rounds 1 to 4 if requested in advance. Include bye requests with mailed-in entry or email info@annexchessclub.com

Forfeited games:

  • If a player does not show up within one hour of any round’s start, then the player will lose the game by forfeit, lose the CFC rating points for the game, and be removed from the tournament; the player will not, however, lose the FIDE rating points for the game (if FIDE rated)

Equipment:

  • chess sets and chess boards will be provided – please bring digital chess clocks

Prize Fund:

Section Prize Value
Open 1st $2000
2nd $800
3rd $400
top U2200 $300
U2000 1st $1000
2nd $450
3rd $250
top U1800 $200
U1600 1st $1000
2nd $450
3rd $250
top UNR $200
top U1400 $100
Total $7400
  • Anti-sandbagging rule: Players are ineligible for class prizes if rated 100 points over prize ceiling in the past two years
  • Unrated players are eligible for only the unrated prize in the U1600 section – or for top prizes in the open section
  • A player cannot win more than one cash prize

Sponsors:


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Kaspersky Lab will be offering three one-year licenses of Kaspersky Internet Security in the 2011 Toronto Labour Day Open for the players who neutralize their opponent’s threats to secure the toughest draws (the tournament games drawn against the largest rating differential).


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Ripe Apps Inc. will be offering two iPod shuffles in the 2011 Toronto Labour Day Open for the biggest upsets (the tournament games won against the largest rating differential).

More information:


PayPal Registration

Pay by VISA, MC, or Amex:

2011 Labour Day Open Chess Tournament
$110 after Monday August 29 ($100 for ACC members)

PayPal advance entry is now closed …
Please register on site at Westin Harbour Castle (9:00 AM Saturday) cash only.


Note that the organizer reserves the right to refuse a registration. Your registration is not complete until you receive your registration number from the organizer.

Pre-registered list:

102 players pre-registered as of September 2

Open

# Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating FIDE# FIDE Rating FIDE Title FIDE Country Byes
3 Bator Sambuev 146462 OK 2710 4128290 2528 GM CAN
54 Nikolay Noritsyn 132534 OK 2631 2604922 2425 IM CAN
80 Tomas Krnan 132215 OK 2503 14905361 2390 IM CAN
44 Jonathan Tayar 133658 OK 2460 2606534 2335 IM CAN
8 Roman Sapozhnikov 138609 OK 2407 2601842 2295 FM CAN
101 $ Robert Hamilton 2600234 OK 2386 2600234 2301 FM CAN
43 Michael Kleinman 132631 OK 2373 2609479 2221 FM CAN
95 $ Arthur Calugar 130889 OK 2352 2606933 2254 IM CAN
6 Michael Humphreys 131628 OK 2308 2607522 2111 CAN
96 Paul Gelis 140487 Exp 2239 2602350 2016 CAN
35 Ilya Bluvshtein 125934 OK 2228 2605317 2086 CAN
79 David Itkin 140216 OK 2200 2611813 2025 CAN
U2200
21 Mate Marinkovic 141393 OK 2188 2605201 2109 CAN
11 Dale McTavish 104887 OK 2180 2615894 UNR CAN
72 Daniel Aparicio 149967 Exp 2174 no UNR CAN
102 $ David Filipovich 103521 OK 2173 2600706 2100 CAN
15 Mike Ivanov 140557 OK 2146 2613158 1934 CAN
5 Alex Ferreira 127516 OK 2113 2606763 2019 CAN
98 Jackie Peng 142388 OK 2112 2609819 1899 WCM CAN
94 Michael Song 144236 OK 2107 2613190 2036 CAN
30 Derick Joshua Twesigye 150779 OK 2102 2614081 2129 CAN
78 Dave Southam 102535 OK 2077 2601044 2090 CAN
47 Razvan Preotu 146124 OK 2060 2613280 1974 CAN
22 Iulia Lacau-Rodean 144348 OK 2049 1211285 2018 CAN
12 Simon Gladstone 132497 OK 2046 2611791 1933 CAN
91 $ Daniel Wiebe 132137 OK 2023 2612275 1877 CAN
76 Dmitry Chernik 149932 Exp 2011 2613530 2004 CAN
23 Yuanchen Zhang 148449 OK 1989 2611902 1725 CAN
16 Agastya Kalra 137927 OK 1959 2604744 1717 CAN
60 Guannan Terry Song 146052 OK 1950 2614189 1879 CAN
75 Robert Bzikot 132541 OK 1931 2610990 1882 CAN
58 Mark Plotkin 141086 OK 1924 2611651 1788 CAN
81 Ian Finlay 101866 OK 1918 2604302 UNR CAN
7 $ Greg Stavropoulos* 108628 OK 1861 2613131 UNR CAN
46 Chang Yun** 149639 OK 1825 2615428 UNR CAN
77 Stephen (RenXi) Ye** 149965 OK 1824 2615916 UNR CAN
97 Bryant Yang** 141088 OK 1665 2610361 UNR CAN
# Name CFC# Expiry Rating FIDE# Rating Title Country Byes

* ineligible for U2000
** playing up
$ paying on site

U2000

# Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating Highest Byes
70 Leslie Lako 102631 Exp 1923 1923
17 Rick Garel 105218 OK 1891 2049
71 Pepin Manalo 112277 OK 1835 1999 rd 1
9 Omid Nemati 130676 Tourn. 1832 1884
13 Mario Moran-Venegas 143315 OK 1827 1864
33 Lin (Xin) Song 146772 OK 1818 1923
U1800
2 Steve Nickoloff 108201 OK 1796 1912
64 Zehn Nasir 148198 OK 1772 1776
20 Mark Jubenville 106764 OK 1727 1813
4 Bob Armstrong 100034 OK 1725 1911
84 Patrick Yu 143209 OK 1721 1796
29 John Zhang 150339 OK 1713 1713 rd 2
32 Hanyuan Ye 144844 OK 1695 1709
24 Richard Wing 103265 Exp. 1681 1979
65 Pi Nasir 148197 OK 1680 1680
49 Richard Chen 148271 OK 1678 1678
68 Richard Marks 109180 OK 1677 2000
48 Martin Maister 101824 OK 1673 1952 rd 2
67 Daniel Zotkin 146857 OK 1666 1757
31 Zachary Dukic 149507 OK 1647 1668
82 Derick Aghamalian 146782 OK 1605 1605
69 Richard Laporte 144203 OK 1604 1668
10 Edward Chan 145594 Exp. 1603 1603
66 Zhanna Sametova 145911 OK 1603 1647
50 Yue Tong (Davy) Zhao 148512 OK 1578 1609
83 Ken Kurkowski 104537 OK 1579 1900
62 Yinshi Li 145175 OK 1573 1634
41 Rebecca Giblon 141076 OK 1564 1613
36 Jose Cabioc* 146261 OK 1527 1738*
14 WCM Jiaxin Liu 149747 OK 1501 1501
42 Melissa Giblon** 142624 OK 1474 1474
63 Mark Bercovici** 148103 OK 1393 1578
# Name CFC# Expiry Rating Highest Byes

* ineligible for U1600
** playing up
$ paying on site

U1600

# Name CFC# Expiry CFC Rating Highest Byes
27 Tetyana Tismenko 152743 OK 1597 /12
25 Alexandre Johnson 109239 Exp 1527 1580
18 Yin Lam 126891 Tourn. 1571 1571
87 Leonid Aghamalian 121022 OK 1496 1629
73 Hooshang Abbarin 152910 OK 1492 /13
1 George Supol 152286 OK 1490 /18
40 Andrew Giblon 148421 OK 1480 1480
28 Chris Wehrfritz 151679 OK 1480 /17
26 Dennis Tismenko 148985 OK 1475 1496
37 Jake Van Rooy 152635 OK 1424 /4
93 Jeffrey Xu 148513 OK 1411 1439
U1400
57 Christopher Field 108098 OK 1389 1636
61 Gordon Cui 143700 OK 1377 1403
88 Paul Radelicki 142392 Exp 1353 1401
86 Billy Carroll 150390 OK 1341 1429
99 $ Daniel Muntaner 151140 OK 1323 1323 rd 2
34 Eric Wang 149398 OK 1320 1351
89 Brian Zhang 143701 OK 1316 1316
100 $ Immanuel Huang 152690 OK 1286 /19
90 Lakes Liang 149333 OK 1277 1277
56 Dennis Shamroni 149741 OK 1270 1270
51 Daniel Sirkovich 145096 OK 1261 1327
59 Constance Wang 149748 OK 1248 1268
19 Milan Cvetkovic 150817 OK 1161 1161
55 Alexander Grynszpan 152220 OK 1154 1154
38 Kimia Moayyed 146784 OK 1151 1208
92 Richard Guo 148117 Exp 1140 1162
39 Dorsa Moayyed 147311 OK 994 1029
53 Varshini Paraparan 150463 OK 931 931
74 Evnato Frias 152975 Exp 931 /1 rd 1
52 Linda Fu 150904 OK 918 918
85 WCM Mathanhe Kaneshalingam 149319 OK 897 911
UNR
45 Daniel Garber NEW Exp. UNR UNR
# Name CFC# Expiry Rating Highest Byes

$ paying on site

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ACC Spring Swiss – Results

The tournament is complete and the results are in! The Premier (FIDE-rated) section was won by ACC Club Champion, Wajdy Shebetah, with 3.5/5. The Reserve A section ended in a tie for first between Bruce McKendry and Mohammad Zaki Uddin, each with 4.0/5. And the Reserve B section was won by Jack Maguire in clear first with 4.0/5. Congratulations to our winners!

The next regular CFC-rated club tournament, the Early Summer Swiss, starts May 30. But don’t miss the ACC Rapid Championship, May 16. It’s a one-night, 5-round tournament at a time control of game/15 min. See the events calendar for our upcoming schedule.

Final results are shown below. Cross-tables are also posted on the CFC site: premier, reserve A, and reserve B.

Premier Section* (>1900)

# Name FIDE CFC Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Shebetah, Wajdy 2035 2211 W3 L2 D10 W5 W8 3.5
2 Khoudgarian, Natalia 2137 2248 D10 W1 W7 H— U— 3.0
3 Siddeley, Hugh 1991 2007 L1 L5 D6 W10 W9 2.5
4 Fairbairn, Stephen 2053 2054 D7 W10 H— U— U— 2.0
5 Bzikot, Robert 1842 1975 H— W3 H— L1 U— 2.0
6 Grecu, Veacaslav 1895 1977 H— H— D3 D7 U— 2.0
7 Wiebe, Daniel 1937 1946 D4 H— L2 D6 D10 2.0
8 Renteria, Rolando 2175 unr H— H— H— H— L1 2.0
9 Renteria, Manuela 1903 unr H— H— H— H— L3 2.0
10 Bellissimo, Joseph 1820 1984 D2 L4 D1 L3 D7 1.5

* The premier section will be both CFC- and FIDE-rated

Reserve A (>1600)

# Name Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Bruce McKendry 1862 W5 H— W8 W7 D3 4.0
2 Mohammad Zaki Uddin 1673 L4 W13 W11 B— W8 4.0
3 Veacaslav Grecu** 1977 W17 W11 H— H— D1 3.5
4 Nicholas O’Bumsawin 1714 W2 W10 L6 D5 w7 3.5
5 Yakos Spiliotopoulos 1725 L1 B— H— D4 W12 2.0
6 Alex Ferreira 2093 H— H— W4 H— U— 2.5
7 Pepin Manalo 1744 H— W12 W14 L1 L4 2.5
8 Arkadiy Ugodnikov 1842 D16 W15 L1 W10 L2 2.5
9 Alejandro Renteria unr H— H— H— H— D15 2.5
10 Zhanna Sametova 1561 W18 L4 H— L8 W16 2.5
11 Joel T. Graham 2150 W12 L3 L2 W15 U— 2.0
12 Zehn Nasir 1764 L11 L7 W15 W16 L5 2.0
13 Pi Nasir** 1594 H— L2 B— H— U— 2.0
14 Joshua Sherman 1935 H— W16 L7 U— U— 1.5
15 Daniel Zotkin 1626 H— L8 L12 L11 D9 1.0
16 Marcus Wilker 1673 D8 L14 H— L12 L10 1.0
17 George Supol** 1405 L3 U— U— U— U— 0.0
18 Aleksandra Milicevic** 1241 L10 U— U— U— U— 0.0

Reserve B (U1600)

# Name Rating Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Total
1 Jack Maguire 1527 W17 D3 W2 X12 D8 4.0
2 Shabnam Abbarin 1479 W5 H— L1 X18 W10 3.5
3 Dan Geambasu 1523 W14 D1 D7 W8 U— 3.0
4 Aleksandra Milicevic** 1237 U— L10 W19 W14 W15 3.0
5 Ljudmila Milicevic 993 L2 L12 B— W19 W18 3.0
6 Pi Nasir** 1594 H— H— W11 H— U— 2.5
7 Jan-Lukas Wolf 1379 D8 W13 D3 D10 U— 2.5
8 Mehdi Mottaghian unr. D7 W16 H— L3 D1 2.5
9 Miklos Bukta 1238 H— H— W15 Z11 U— 2.5
10 George Supol 1448 U— W4 W18 D7 L2 2.5
11 Kevin Speight 1567 W18 H— L6 Z9 U— 2.0
12 Jiaxin Liu 1435 H— W12 H— F1 U— 2.0
13 Joseph Nguyen 1356 W19 L7 H— H— U— 2.0
14 Jennifer Ugodnikov 1106 L3 H— D17 L4 W19 2.0
15 Danny O’Sullivan unr. H— H— L9 W17 L4 2.0
16 Lawrence Garcia 1453 H— L13 H— H— U— 1.5
17 Jean-Marc David 1164 L1 H— D14 L15 U— 1.0
18 Milan Cvetkovic 1268 L11 W19 L10 F2 L5 1.0
19 Jason Waugh unr. L13 L18 L4 L5 L14 0.0

** Note: We’ve had to shuffle a few players between sections, so these four players appear twice, i.e., in two sections.

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