The 31st Annual Reno Western States Open was held Oct 17 to 20, 2013. There were 201 players in 8 sections including a Blitz Event. As usual, Jerome Weikel of Reno was the organizer and TD. CLICK HERE for Crosstables. 37 players in the Open section with 6 players getting 4.5-1.5 scores. Check the crosstable for… Continue reading PNW Players do Well in Reno
The annual Washington Chess Federation event drew 66 players in two sections of 33 players each. The Seattle Chess Club was the playing site with Fred Kleist directing. Curt Collyer of Seattle won the Challenger section with 3.5-.5. Reserve Section ended in a tie for first at 4.5-.5 between Robert Allen of Tacoma and Vikran… Continue reading Challengers Cup
Spokane Chess Club report from a Facebook post BULAKH WINS G/10 CHAMPIONSHIP Nikolay Bulakh was a perfect 14.0 in sweeping this eight player double round robin event held at the Spokane Valley Library. Michael Cambareri (11.5) finished second. Brad Bodie (9.0) won the under 1800 prize, while Travis Jones (6.0) won the under 1300 class… Continue reading 2013 Spokane CC G/10 Event
Took a few photos during round 1. CLICK HERE. Nick Raptis of Portland won the event 4-0. USCF Crosstable.
Spokane CC posts on Facebook Leslie Wins EWO Cam Leslie swept the field to win the 2013 Eastern Washington Open with a perfect 5.0 score. Second place (4.0) was shared by John Julian and Nikolay Bulakh; Nikolay’s score also won the class A first prize. Second prize in class A went to Jeremy Krasin (3.5).… Continue reading Eastern Washington Open Results
On National Chess Day weekend, Oct 12-13 49 players took part in a two day event at the Portland Chess Club. Lennart Bjorksten scored 4.5-.5 to top the 21 players in the Open Section and win $250.00. Perfect 5-0 score by Vinka Doddapaneni won the $175.00 top prize in the Reserve Section. Chief TD: GREGORI… Continue reading Portland CC Fall Open Results
In an event held Oct 11 in Salem 111 players in 10 sections played chess under the direction of chief TD Jeff Dobbins. The sponsor of the event was the Oregon Scholastic Chess Federation. CLICK HERE for the USCF crosstable. Newspaper Article and picture CLICK HERE. CLICK HERE for similar story with a different photo.
6 sections of 24 players total were played at the Seattle Chess Club on October 5. Fred Kleist of Seattle was the chief TD. Section winners were: Roland Feng, Samuel He and Nicolo Rainier (tie), Faris Gulamali, Boas Lee, Aaryan Harshawardhan, Freya Gulamali. CLICK HERE for USCF crosstable.