Klamath Falls Chess Club Nov G/75 results

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Photo Credit: Guy Bashkansky

Newport High School chess team won Washington High School State Team Championship, squeezing ahead by mere 0.5 point.
Playing for the winning Newport team, Ethan Bashkansky got a special medal for winning all 5 out of 5 games.
Also congratulations to the previous 4 years champion Lakeside High School in second place, and Interlake High School in third.

The event was held Feb 28-Mar 1 at Issaquah High School.

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Thanks to Guy Bashansky for much of the info for this post.

CLICK HERE for Barry Hansen’s photos taken at the event.

Spokane Chess Club reports on Facebook:

“A total of 16 players competed in the g/45 dual-rated March Madness event that started March 13 and ended on on March 20. Jeremy Krasin was a perfect 4.0 to top the field. Second place at 3.0 was shared by Ted Baker, contagion
Brad Bodie, no rx
and Walter van Heemstede Obelt. That threesome shared the u/1800 prize. The u/1500 prize was shared by Jim Burney and John Frostad with 2.0. The u/1300 prize was won by Travis Jones (2.0), who also directed the tourney.”

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On March 8, cardiologist
2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky a home schooled student of Coquille, anabolics
Oregon with a 4-0 score won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs of Lincoln Middle School in Pullman Washington won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, shop
Jimmy Wang of Edison Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing of Prairie Mountain Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon won that section.

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The top two sections were USCF dual rated.
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On March 8, neurologist
2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky with 4-0 won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, shop
Jimmy Wang.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing won that section.

CLICK HERE for the Chess Ratings Northwest crosstable for all section.

On March 8, look 2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky with 4-0 won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, recipe
Jimmy Wang.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing won that section.

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On March 8, geriatrician
2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky with 4-0 won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, cost
Jimmy Wang.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing won that section.

CLICK HERE for the Chess Ratings Northwest crosstable for all section.

The top two sections were USCF dual rated.
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On March 8, health
2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky of Coquille, cheap Oregon with a 4-0 score won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs of Lincoln Middle School in Pullman Washington won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, order
Jimmy Wang of Edison Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing of Prairie Mountain Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon won that section.

CLICK HERE for the Chess Ratings Northwest crosstable for all section.

The top two sections were USCF dual rated.
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On March 8, ailment
2014 Jerry Ramey directed 4 section event of scholastic chess at South Eugene High School in Eugene Oregon.
Aaron Grabinsky a home schooled student of Coquille, Oregon with a 4-0 score won the 8 player Elite 8 section.
With 3.5-.5 Nathan Arthurs of Lincoln Middle School in Pullman Washington won the Advanced section in which 14 players took part.
The Intermediate Section of 21 players had a top scorer at 5-0, Jimmy Wang of Edison Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon.
23 players in the Novice Section. 4.5-.5 by Andy Xing of Prairie Mountain Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon won that section.

CLICK HERE for the Chess Ratings Northwest crosstable for all section.

The top two sections were USCF dual rated.
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Corey Russell of Medford and Robyn Shane Wilde tied for 1st place with 2.5-.5 scores. They drew with each other in round one. 10 players took part in the event held November 17, medications
2013. Tai d Pruce-Zimmerman was the chief TD.

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Seattle Chess Club Championship 2013 Results

24 players played from Nov 1 to Nov 23 in a one game a week four round event. Brian Raffel had the top score of 3.5-.5. Fred and Carol Kleist were the TDs. Fred named the section: Drizzle. No player played all 4 games.

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Fred Kleist at 2012 US Open. Photo by Russell Miller
Fred Kleist at 2012 US Open. Photo by Russell Miller

Fred Kleist of Seattle won the 2013 Seattle Chess Club Championship with a 6-1 score. The event was held Sept 6 to Nov 1 with 19 players taking part. The time control was 35/100, and 25/60 no delay. 2nd at 5-2 a new player to the area Vahe Muselimyan.

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Seattle Chess Club Extravaganza

Seattle Chess Club
Seattle Chess Club

40 players took part in a two section event at the Seattle Chess Club on Nov 15-17, website 2013. 17 players were in the top section. Top score was 5-2 by Roland Feng and Bryce Tiglon. This score pushed Bryce’s rating to 2199. It was 2079 in Jan 2013! They drew with each other in round 5. Two players had 4.5-2.5: Viktors Pupols and Kyle Haining.

23 players were in the Reserve Section won with a 6-1 score by Dan Mathews. In 2nd place at 5.5-1.5 was Stephen Buck. He and Dan drew in round 4. Buck’s rating went over 1800 so this might be his last Reserve Section play as they are usually for players under 1800.

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Portland CC Nov Blitz

Seattle Chess Club
Seattle Chess Club

40 players took part in a two section event at the Seattle Chess Club on Nov 15-17, website 2013. 17 players were in the top section. Top score was 5-2 by Roland Feng and Bryce Tiglon. This score pushed Bryce’s rating to 2199. It was 2079 in Jan 2013! They drew with each other in round 5. Two players had 4.5-2.5: Viktors Pupols and Kyle Haining.

23 players were in the Reserve Section won with a 6-1 score by Dan Mathews. In 2nd place at 5.5-1.5 was Stephen Buck. He and Dan drew in round 4. Buck’s rating went over 1800 so this might be his last Reserve Section play as they are usually for players under 1800.

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Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Back row (L-R): Brendyn Estolas, urticaria
Cole Evered, visit this site
John Julian, visit
Mika Mitchell, Rory Peterson, Jacob Beverly, Donald Shoemaker, Robert Allen, Steve Fabian, Dan Mathews
Front row (L-R): Jerrold Richards, Olga Cherepakhin, Alden Ortolano, Josh Sinanan, Clement Falbo, David Bragg, Mark Erickson

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.

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Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Back row (L-R): Brendyn Estolas, there Cole Evered, John Julian, Mika Mitchell, Rory Peterson, Jacob Beverly, Donald Shoemaker, Robert Allen, Steve Fabian, Dan Mathews
Front row (L-R): Jerrold Richards, Olga Cherepakhin, Alden Ortolano, Josh Sinanan, Clement Falbo, David Bragg, Mark Erickson

Photo taken by Lira Cherepakhin

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.

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Picture of the Chief TD but from an earlier tournament. Came acoss this looking for one of Mike Morris.
Picture of the Chief TD but from an earlier tournament. Came acoss this looking for one of Mike Morris.

12 players took part in the event held Nov 21, tadalafil 2013. Chief TD was Mike Janniro who tied for 2nd place in the event. Chief Assistant TD was Michael Morris who won the event.

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Portland CC Nov 2013 Quads Results

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, decease Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.

USCF crosstable link.

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, sick
Dan Mathews, viagra
Duane Polich, dentist
and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.
Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Washington G/60 tournament was held at the Tacoma CC on Nov. 9th. 7 players showed up for this event. The winners were: 1st Viktors Pupols 4.0 $40.00, mind
 2nd Ralph Anthony 3.0 $30.00, web
U1600 Richard Sewell 2.0 $25.00, U1400 Ronald Purbaugh 1.0 $25.00. TD for this event was Gary Dorfner. There was one upset when Ralph Anthony (1716) defeated Paul Bartron (2138).

USCF crosstable link.
Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Washington G/60 tournament was held at the Tacoma CC on Nov. 9th. 7 players showed up for this event. The winners were: 1st Viktors Pupols 4.0 $40.00, symptoms
 2nd Ralph Anthony 3.0 $30.00, U1600 Richard Sewell 2.0 $25.00, U1400 Ronald Purbaugh 1.0 $25.00. TD for this event was Gary Dorfner. There was one upset when Ralph Anthony (1716) defeated Paul Bartron (2138).
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27 players played a 4 round 1 day event at the Seattle Chess Club on Nov 10. Two players, Bruce Tiglon and Ethan Bashkansky tied for 1st place when they both scored perfect 4-0 tallies. Fred Kleist was the TD.

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27 players played a 4 round 1 day event at the Seattle Chess Club on Nov 10. Two players, Bryce Tiglon and Ethan Bashkansky tied for 1st place when they both scored perfect 4-0 tallies. Fred Kleist was the TD.

CLICK HERE for USCF crosstable
Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Washington G/60 tournament was held at the Tacoma CC on Nov. 9th. 7 players showed up for this event. The winners were: 1st Viktors Pupols 4.0 $40.00, sovaldi  2nd Ralph Anthony 3.0 $30.00, health care
U1600 Richard Sewell 2.0 $25.00, U1400 Ronald Purbaugh 1.0 $25.00. TD for this event was Gary Dorfner. There was one upset when Ralph Anthony (1716) defeated Paul Bartron (2138).

USCF crosstable link.
Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Washington G/60 tournament was held at the Tacoma CC on Nov. 9th. 7 players showed up for this event. The winners were: 1st Viktors Pupols 4.0 $40.00, ed
 2nd Ralph Anthony 3.0 $30.00, U1600 Richard Sewell 2.0 $25.00, U1400 Ronald Purbaugh 1.0 $25.00. TD for this event was Gary Dorfner. There was one upset when Ralph Anthony (1716) defeated Paul Bartron (2138).

USCF crosstable link.

Sign on a street near the Portland Chess Club. Photo Credit: Russell Miller
Sign on a street near the Portland Chess Club. Photo Credit: Russell Miller

8 players took part in the event held Nov 5-19, there
2013 at the Portland Chess Club. They were divided into two sections. Lennart Bjoksten the top rated player in section A won his section 2.5-.5. The same score by Yurty Kamsha won section B. Gregori Alpernas handled the TD tacks.

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Washington G/60 Championship Results

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, decease Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.

USCF crosstable link.

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, sick
Dan Mathews, viagra
Duane Polich, dentist
and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.
Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Washington G/60 tournament was held at the Tacoma CC on Nov. 9th. 7 players showed up for this event. The winners were: 1st Viktors Pupols 4.0 $40.00, mind
 2nd Ralph Anthony 3.0 $30.00, web
U1600 Richard Sewell 2.0 $25.00, U1400 Ronald Purbaugh 1.0 $25.00. TD for this event was Gary Dorfner. There was one upset when Ralph Anthony (1716) defeated Paul Bartron (2138).

USCF crosstable link.

Seattle CC Nov Tornado Results

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Group Photo.

Washington Chess Federation reported on facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, page
Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen. —

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Group Photo.

Washington Chess Federation reported on facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, information pills
Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen. —

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Washington Chess Federation reported on facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, nurse
Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen. —
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27 players played a 4 round 1 day event at the Seattle Chess Club on Nov 10. Two players, find
Bryce Tiglon and Ethan Bashkansky tied for 1st place when they both scored perfect 4-0 tallies. Fred Kleist was the TD.

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Tri-Cities Open Results

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). Nicholas Wolff won class B (3.5) after falling to Leslie in the final round, mycoplasmosis while second in the class (3.0) was shared by John Dill, order Kevin Korsmo, and Walter Van Heemstede Obelt. Ted Baker and Dave Griffin (3.0) won the class C prizes. Ted also scored the biggest upset of the tourney (503 points in round 1) to win the upset prize. Pullman high school sophomore Peter Schumaker (3.5) easily won the class D/under prize, while second place in that category went to another rapidly improving newcomer, David Dussome (2.5). Steve Wallace and Harold Wetmur (2.0) tied for third.

There were 29 players competing this year in addition to two house players. Loyd Willaford directed the event this year, which once again was played at Gonzaga’s Schoenberg Center.

Group Photo of players in the event.
Group Photo of players in the event.

Back row (L-R): Brendyn Estolas, somnology
Cole Evered, John Julian, Mika Mitchell, Rory Peterson, Jacob Beverly, Donald Shoemaker, Robert Allen, Steve Fabian, Dan Mathews
Front row (L-R): Jerrold Richards, Olga Cherepakhin, Alden Ortolano, Josh Sinanan, Clement Falbo, David Bragg, Mark Erickson

Photo taken by Lira Cherepakhin

Washington Chess Federation reported on Facebook:

FM David Bragg and NM Josh Sinanan tied for first place at the Tri-Cities Open with 4/5 points. 20 players took part. The tournament was run by WCF officers Josh Sinanan, Dan Mathews, Duane Polich, and Robert Allen.

Report by WCF Secretary Gary Dorfner:

The Tri-Cities Open was held in Richland, Wash. There were 20 players in all. They came from California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho. The winners were: 1st-2nd Josh Sinanan and David Bragg 4.0 $75.00 each, U2000 Mark Havrilla, Steve Fabian and Michael Hosford 3.0 $16.75 each, U1700 Dan Mathews and Olga Cherepakhin 3.0 $25.00 each, U1400 Alden Ortolano and Donald Shoemaker 2.0 $25.00 each. TD’s for this event were Dan Mathews and Robert Allen.

USCF crosstable link.