Chess Jam Results

Clark Harmon
Clark Harmon

Chess Magnet School Junior Grand Prix!

May 2-4 or 3-4 Harmon Memorial

2 Sections. Open & Reserve (U1800): 5SS, tuberculosis 30/90, SD/60 d5, (2-Day Option, Rd. 1, G/60 d5). Seattle Chess Club, 2150 North 107th St., Seattle, WA 98133. 206-417-5405. $$1,000/b40. Open: $200-125, U2100 $100, U1900 $100. Reserve (U1800): $150-100, U1600 $75, U1400 $75, U1200 $75. Foreign ratings used for players with no USCF rating. EF: $50 if postmarked or online by 04/30, $60 at site. Free entry for GMs, IMs, WGMs. Registration: Fri. (5/2) 7-7:45pm. Rds.: Fri. 8pm, Sat. 12:30pm & 6pm, Sun. 11am & 4:30pm. 2-Day Schedule: Registration Sat (5/3) 9-9:45am. Rds.: Sat 10am, then merges with 3-Day Schedule. Bye: limit 2, request before end of Rd. 2. Memb. Req’d: $25 ($19 juniors). OSA. ENT: Checks payable to Washington Chess Federation. Mail to: Dan Mathews, 749 Somerset Ln., Edmonds, WA 98020-2646. Info: danomathews01@gmail.com, 425-218-7529. : www.nwchess.com/onlineregistration. NS. NC. W.
62nd Annual Oregon Open
Aug. 31, sale Sept. 1&2, 2013
Increased Prize Fund and Hotel Location!
6-round Swiss: 2 sections, Open & Reserve (under 1800)
Time Control: 40 moves in 2 hours, sudden death in 1 hour, 5 second delay (40/2; SD/1; d5)
Registration: Saturday 9-10:45 am. Bring sets & clocks (none provided)
Rounds: Saturday 11 & 5:30; Sunday 9:30 & 5:30; Monday 9 & 3
Location: Lloyd Center DoubleTree, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, OR; Free Parking
Byes: 2-½ pt. byes available, request before Rd 1 Other: Open Section FIDE rated!
$3,400 Guaranteed!
$1700 in each Section
Open: 1st $600; 2nd $330; 3rd $220 U2000: 1st $250; 2nd $180; 3rd $120
Highest Oregon finisher in Open Section is seeded into Oregon Closed Championship
Reserve: 1st $400; 2nd $250; 3rd $150 U1600, U1400, U1200 each $150-90-60
Unrated players limited to class prizes of $100 in Open, $60 in reserve
Entry: $60; $10 discount for all who register and pay by August 28
Juniors (under 19) may play for FREE in Reserve Section (not eligible for prizes) if they have
purchased USCF and NW Chess memberships through Aug. 31, 2014
Memberships: USCF and OCF/WCF required (OSA) USCF & NW Grand Prix.
Name________________________________________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________________________________________
USCF ID # ________________ USCF Exp ____________ OCF/WCF Exp _____________ Rating ________
Email ________________________________________________ Section _____________ Bye Rds __________
Entries: Payable to Portland Chess Club; mail to Mike Morris, 2344 NE 27th Ave., Portland, OR 97212
Oregon Open Scholastic Tournament
Saturday, August 31. 4 round Swiss; Game in 45, 5 second delay.
Entry: $20; $5 discount for all that register and pay by August 28
Every player with a plus score will win a prize (USCF or NW Chess memberships.) No
memberships required. See www.pdxchess.org
for further details and prize distribution
62nd Annual Oregon Open
Aug. 31, order
Sept. 1&2, ambulance 2013
Increased Prize Fund and Hotel Location!
6-round Swiss: 2 sections, pilule
Open & Reserve (under 1800)
Time Control: 40 moves in 2 hours, sudden death in 1 hour, 5 second delay (40/2; SD/1; d5)
Registration: Saturday 9-10:45 am. Bring sets & clocks (none provided)
Rounds: Saturday 11 & 5:30; Sunday 9:30 & 5:30; Monday 9 & 3
Location: Lloyd Center DoubleTree, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, OR; Free Parking
Byes: 2-½ pt. byes available, request before Rd 1 Other: Open Section FIDE rated!
$3,400 Guaranteed!
$1700 in each Section
Open: 1st $600; 2nd $330; 3rd $220 U2000: 1st $250; 2nd $180; 3rd $120
Highest Oregon finisher in Open Section is seeded into Oregon Closed Championship
Reserve: 1st $400; 2nd $250; 3rd $150 U1600, U1400, U1200 each $150-90-60
Unrated players limited to class prizes of $100 in Open, $60 in reserve
Entry: $60; $10 discount for all who register and pay by August 28
Juniors (under 19) may play for FREE in Reserve Section (not eligible for prizes) if they have
purchased USCF and NW Chess memberships through Aug. 31, 2014
Memberships: USCF and OCF/WCF required (OSA) USCF & NW Grand Prix.
Name________________________________________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________________________________________
USCF ID # ________________ USCF Exp ____________ OCF/WCF Exp _____________ Rating ________
Email ________________________________________________ Section _____________ Bye Rds __________
Entries: Payable to Portland Chess Club; mail to Mike Morris, 2344 NE 27th Ave., Portland, OR 97212
Oregon Open Scholastic Tournament
Saturday, August 31. 4 round Swiss; Game in 45, 5 second delay.
Entry: $20; $5 discount for all that register and pay by August 28
Every player with a plus score will win a prize (USCF or NW Chess memberships.) No
memberships required. See www.pdxchess.org
for further details and prize distribution
Reported by WCF secretary Gary Dorfner. See the event webpage for more details, website
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photos and links.

The Wash. State Championship and Premier were held at the Seattle Chess Club on Feb. 8-9 and 15-17, 2014. There were 10 players in each section, played as a round robin. The winners were:

Championship Section: 1st Nat Koons 5.5, 2nd—4th Daniel He, David Golub and Josh Sinanan 4.5 each, 5th Bryce Tiglon and Ignacio Perez 4.0 each.

Premier Section: 1st Bill Schill 5.0, 2nd Mike MacGregor 4.5, 3rd-4th Satyajit Malugu and Megan Lee 4.0, 5th Dave Rupel and David Bragg 3.0 each.

The TD was Fred Kleist.
Reported by WCF secretary Gary Dorfner. See the event webpage for more details, cystitis
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The Wash. State Championship and Premier was held at the Seattle Chess Club on Feb. 8-9 and 15-17, hospital 2014. There were 10 players in each section, played as a round robin. The winners were:

Championship Section: 1st Nat Koons 5.5, 2nd—4th Daniel He, David Golub and Josh Sinanan 4.5 each, 5th Bryce Tiglon and Ignacio Perez 4.0 each.

Premier Section: 1st Bill Schill 5.0, 2nd Mike MacGregor 4.5, 3rd-4th Satyajit Malugu and Megan Lee 4.0, 5th Dave Rupel and David Bragg 3.0 each.

The TD was Fred Kleist.
Reported by WCF secretary Gary Dorfner. See the event webpage for more details, no rx
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The Wash. State Championship and Premier were held at the Seattle Chess Club on Feb. 8-9 and 15-17, more about
2014. There were 10 players in each section, played as a round robin. The winners were:

Championship Section: 1st Nat Koons 5.5, 2nd—4th Daniel He, David Golub and Josh Sinanan 4.5 each, 5th Bryce Tiglon and Ignacio Perez 4.0 each.

Premier Section: 1st Bill Schill 5.0, 2nd Mike MacGregor 4.5, 3rd-4th Satyajit Malugu and Megan Lee 4.0, 5th Dave Rupel and David Bragg 3.0 each.

The TD was Fred Kleist.
Ferndale High School in Ferndale Washington on Feb 22, contagion
2014 was the site of the 17th International Chess Jam under the direction of Randy Kaech.
The K-1 section of 11 players was won by Matthew Sanders of Wade King Elementary in Bellingham.
The 2nd-3rd Grade Section of 31 players was won by Noah Chen of Assumption School in Bellingham.
The 4th-5th Grade Section of 20 players was won by Nathan Chen of Assumption School in Bellingham.
The 6th-12th Grade Section of 34 players had three players tie for 1st place: Dawson Bowhay of Sehome High School in Bellingham, seek
Jude Hoogendyk of Whatcom Middle School in Bellingham and Lucy Sun of Fairhaven Middle School in Bellingham.
104 players played in this event in 2013 while 96 turnout for the 2014 event.

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2014 Washington Championship Results

Clark Harmon
Clark Harmon

Chess Magnet School Junior Grand Prix!

May 2-4 or 3-4 Harmon Memorial

2 Sections. Open & Reserve (U1800): 5SS, tuberculosis 30/90, SD/60 d5, (2-Day Option, Rd. 1, G/60 d5). Seattle Chess Club, 2150 North 107th St., Seattle, WA 98133. 206-417-5405. $$1,000/b40. Open: $200-125, U2100 $100, U1900 $100. Reserve (U1800): $150-100, U1600 $75, U1400 $75, U1200 $75. Foreign ratings used for players with no USCF rating. EF: $50 if postmarked or online by 04/30, $60 at site. Free entry for GMs, IMs, WGMs. Registration: Fri. (5/2) 7-7:45pm. Rds.: Fri. 8pm, Sat. 12:30pm & 6pm, Sun. 11am & 4:30pm. 2-Day Schedule: Registration Sat (5/3) 9-9:45am. Rds.: Sat 10am, then merges with 3-Day Schedule. Bye: limit 2, request before end of Rd. 2. Memb. Req’d: $25 ($19 juniors). OSA. ENT: Checks payable to Washington Chess Federation. Mail to: Dan Mathews, 749 Somerset Ln., Edmonds, WA 98020-2646. Info: danomathews01@gmail.com, 425-218-7529. : www.nwchess.com/onlineregistration. NS. NC. W.
62nd Annual Oregon Open
Aug. 31, sale Sept. 1&2, 2013
Increased Prize Fund and Hotel Location!
6-round Swiss: 2 sections, Open & Reserve (under 1800)
Time Control: 40 moves in 2 hours, sudden death in 1 hour, 5 second delay (40/2; SD/1; d5)
Registration: Saturday 9-10:45 am. Bring sets & clocks (none provided)
Rounds: Saturday 11 & 5:30; Sunday 9:30 & 5:30; Monday 9 & 3
Location: Lloyd Center DoubleTree, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, OR; Free Parking
Byes: 2-½ pt. byes available, request before Rd 1 Other: Open Section FIDE rated!
$3,400 Guaranteed!
$1700 in each Section
Open: 1st $600; 2nd $330; 3rd $220 U2000: 1st $250; 2nd $180; 3rd $120
Highest Oregon finisher in Open Section is seeded into Oregon Closed Championship
Reserve: 1st $400; 2nd $250; 3rd $150 U1600, U1400, U1200 each $150-90-60
Unrated players limited to class prizes of $100 in Open, $60 in reserve
Entry: $60; $10 discount for all who register and pay by August 28
Juniors (under 19) may play for FREE in Reserve Section (not eligible for prizes) if they have
purchased USCF and NW Chess memberships through Aug. 31, 2014
Memberships: USCF and OCF/WCF required (OSA) USCF & NW Grand Prix.
Name________________________________________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________________________________________
USCF ID # ________________ USCF Exp ____________ OCF/WCF Exp _____________ Rating ________
Email ________________________________________________ Section _____________ Bye Rds __________
Entries: Payable to Portland Chess Club; mail to Mike Morris, 2344 NE 27th Ave., Portland, OR 97212
Oregon Open Scholastic Tournament
Saturday, August 31. 4 round Swiss; Game in 45, 5 second delay.
Entry: $20; $5 discount for all that register and pay by August 28
Every player with a plus score will win a prize (USCF or NW Chess memberships.) No
memberships required. See www.pdxchess.org
for further details and prize distribution
62nd Annual Oregon Open
Aug. 31, order
Sept. 1&2, ambulance 2013
Increased Prize Fund and Hotel Location!
6-round Swiss: 2 sections, pilule
Open & Reserve (under 1800)
Time Control: 40 moves in 2 hours, sudden death in 1 hour, 5 second delay (40/2; SD/1; d5)
Registration: Saturday 9-10:45 am. Bring sets & clocks (none provided)
Rounds: Saturday 11 & 5:30; Sunday 9:30 & 5:30; Monday 9 & 3
Location: Lloyd Center DoubleTree, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, OR; Free Parking
Byes: 2-½ pt. byes available, request before Rd 1 Other: Open Section FIDE rated!
$3,400 Guaranteed!
$1700 in each Section
Open: 1st $600; 2nd $330; 3rd $220 U2000: 1st $250; 2nd $180; 3rd $120
Highest Oregon finisher in Open Section is seeded into Oregon Closed Championship
Reserve: 1st $400; 2nd $250; 3rd $150 U1600, U1400, U1200 each $150-90-60
Unrated players limited to class prizes of $100 in Open, $60 in reserve
Entry: $60; $10 discount for all who register and pay by August 28
Juniors (under 19) may play for FREE in Reserve Section (not eligible for prizes) if they have
purchased USCF and NW Chess memberships through Aug. 31, 2014
Memberships: USCF and OCF/WCF required (OSA) USCF & NW Grand Prix.
Name________________________________________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________________________________________
USCF ID # ________________ USCF Exp ____________ OCF/WCF Exp _____________ Rating ________
Email ________________________________________________ Section _____________ Bye Rds __________
Entries: Payable to Portland Chess Club; mail to Mike Morris, 2344 NE 27th Ave., Portland, OR 97212
Oregon Open Scholastic Tournament
Saturday, August 31. 4 round Swiss; Game in 45, 5 second delay.
Entry: $20; $5 discount for all that register and pay by August 28
Every player with a plus score will win a prize (USCF or NW Chess memberships.) No
memberships required. See www.pdxchess.org
for further details and prize distribution
Reported by WCF secretary Gary Dorfner. See the event webpage for more details, website
crosstables, viagra dosage
photos and links.

The Wash. State Championship and Premier were held at the Seattle Chess Club on Feb. 8-9 and 15-17, 2014. There were 10 players in each section, played as a round robin. The winners were:

Championship Section: 1st Nat Koons 5.5, 2nd—4th Daniel He, David Golub and Josh Sinanan 4.5 each, 5th Bryce Tiglon and Ignacio Perez 4.0 each.

Premier Section: 1st Bill Schill 5.0, 2nd Mike MacGregor 4.5, 3rd-4th Satyajit Malugu and Megan Lee 4.0, 5th Dave Rupel and David Bragg 3.0 each.

The TD was Fred Kleist.

Harmon Memorial TLA

Clark Harmon
Clark Harmon

Chess Magnet School Junior Grand Prix!

May 2-4 or 3-4 Harmon Memorial

2 Sections. Open & Reserve (U1800): 5SS, cost 30/90, SD/60 d5, (2-Day Option, Rd. 1, G/60 d5). Seattle Chess Club, 2150 North 107th St., Seattle, WA 98133. 206-417-5405. $$1,000/b40. Open: $200-125, U2100 $100, U1900 $100. Reserve (U1800): $150-100, U1600 $75, U1400 $75, U1200 $75. Foreign ratings used for players with no USCF rating. EF: $50 if postmarked or online by 04/30, $60 at site. Free entry for GMs, IMs, WGMs. Registration: Fri. (5/2) 7-7:45pm. Rds.: Fri. 8pm, Sat. 12:30pm & 6pm, Sun. 11am & 4:30pm. 2-Day Schedule: Registration Sat (5/3) 9-9:45am. Rds.: Sat 10am, then merges with 3-Day Schedule. Bye: limit 2, request before end of Rd. 2. Memb. Req’d: $25 ($19 juniors). OSA. ENT: Checks payable to Washington Chess Federation. Mail to: Dan Mathews, 749 Somerset Ln., Edmonds, WA 98020-2646. Info: danomathews01@gmail.com, 425-218-7529. : www.nwchess.com/onlineregistration. NS. NC. W.

For The Love of Chess Results

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Nick Raptis of Portland repeated his win of 2013 to take 1st place in the 2014 Oregon Championship with 7-2 score. 2nd place in the 10 player round robin went to Daniel Gay of Tigard at 6.5-2.5. A former state champion Corey Russell of Medford took third place. Both he and Raptis had 6 points going into the last round. They were paired and Raptis won the game.
Raptis has quite a history in the event. He has won in 2014, 2013,2001 plus a tie for 1st in 2005. He first played in 1992. 2014 was the 17th time for him to play in the annual tournament first held in 1961. See the complete list of winners and crosstables in the NORTHWEST CHESS website under history.
Gregori Alpernas was the chief TD for the FIDE and USCF Rated event held at the Portland Chess Club. Jon Fortune and Neil Dale were other TDs helping out.
Check the Portland Chess Club website for all the game scores.

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Nick Raptis of Portland repeated his win of 2013 to take 1st place in the 2014 Oregon Championship with 7-2 score. 2nd place in the 10 player round robin went to Daniel Gay of Tigard at 6.5-2.5. A former state champion Corey Russell of Medford took third place. Both he and Raptis had 6 points going into the last round. They were paired and Raptis won the game.
Raptis has quite a history in the event. He has won in 2014, 2013,2001 plus a tie for 1st in 2005. He first played in 1992. 2014 was the 17th time for him to play in the annual tournament first held in 1961. See the complete list of winners and crosstables in the NORTHWEST CHESS website under history.
Gregori Alpernas was the chief TD for the FIDE and USCF Rated event held at the Portland Chess Club. Jon Fortune and Neil Dale were other TDs helping out.
Check the Portland Chess Club website for all the game scores.

CLICK HERE for the Crosstable

Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.
Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.

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during round 1 of the 2014 Oregon Championship. Photo credit: Russell Miller

Nick Raptis of Portland repeated his win of 2013 to take 1st place in the 2014 Oregon Championship with 7-2 score. 2nd place in the 10 player round robin went to Daniel Gay of Tigard at 6.5-2.5. A former state champion Corey Russell of Medford took third place. Both he and Raptis had 6 points going into the last round. They were paired and Raptis won the game.
Raptis has quite a history in the event. He has won in 2014, sale
2013,2001 plus a tie for 1st in 2005. He first played in 1992. 2014 was the 17th time for him to play in the annual tournament first held in 1961. See the complete list of winners and crosstables in the NORTHWEST CHESS website under history.
Gregori Alpernas was the chief TD for the FIDE and USCF Rated event held at the Portland Chess Club. Jon Fortune and Neil Dale were other TDs helping out.
Check the Portland Chess Club website for all the game scores.

CLICK HERE for the Crosstable

Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.
Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.

In the picture: seated (left to right) Aaron Grabinsky, Carl Haessler, the tournament director Grisha Alpernas, FM Corey Russell, Steven Deeth; standing (left to right) Corbin Yu, Lennart Bjorksten, FM Nick Raptis, Daniel Gay, Brian Esler, Jason Cigan
Conger Elementary School in Klamath Falls, unhealthy Oregon was the site on Feb 22, website
2014 of Oregon Scholastic Chess Federation qualifier tournament. Marvin Dykstra was the tournament director. 20 players took part.

Tai Pruce-Zimmerman of Klamath Falls, an adult played in his first Chess Ratings Northwest event and won the tournament 5-0.

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2014 Oregon Championship Results

Last round pairing which ended in a draw between John Donaldson and Paul Bartron. Photo Credit: Vivi Bartron from a facebook post.
Last round pairing which ended in a draw between John Donaldson and Paul Bartron. Photo Credit: Vivi Bartron from a facebook post.

International Master John Donaldson of Berkeley California once again had the top score at the Collyer tournament, ed 4.5-5. But he was not the only one with that score, Paul Bartron of Tacoma and Mark Havrilla of Moscow Idaho also tied for first place. Three players had 4-1 scores: Timothy Moroney of WA, Cameron Leslie of Moscow and Nikolay Bulakh of Spokane.
50 players took part under the direction of Kevin Korsmo of Spokane. Sponsors of the tournament were the Spokane Chess Club and the Gary Younker Foundation. The playing site was St. Anne’s Children Center in downtown Spokane.


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Nick Raptis of Portland repeated his win of 2013 to take 1st place in the 2014 Oregon Championship with 7-2 score. 2nd place in the 10 player round robin went to Daniel Gay of Tigard at 6.5-2.5. A former state champion Corey Russell of Medford took third place. Both he and Raptis had 6 points going into the last round. They were paired and Raptis won the game.
Raptis has quite a history in the event. He has won in 2014, 2013,2001 plus a tie for 1st in 2005. He first played in 1992. 2014 was the 17th time for him to play in the annual tournament first held in 1961. See the complete list of winners and crosstables in the NORTHWEST CHESS website under history.
Gregori Alpernas was the chief TD for the FIDE and USCF Rated event held at the Portland Chess Club. Jon Fortune and Neil Dale were other TDs helping out.
Check the Portland Chess Club website for all the game scores.

CLICK HERE for the Crosstable

Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.
Group photo by Russell Miller includes the TD.

In the picture: seated (left to right) Aaron Grabinsky, Carl Haessler, the tournament director Grisha Alpernas, FM Corey Russell, Steven Deeth; standing (left to right) Corbin Yu, Lennart Bjorksten, FM Nick Raptis, Daniel Gay, Brian Esler, Jason Cigan

22nd Dave Collyer Memorial Results

Last round pairing which ended in a draw between John Donaldson and Paul Bartron. Photo Credit: Vivi Bartron from a facebook post.
Last round pairing which ended in a draw between John Donaldson and Paul Bartron. Photo Credit: Vivi Bartron from a facebook post.

International Master John Donaldson of Berkeley California once again had the top score at the Collyer tournament, treat 4.5-5. But he was not the only one with that score, Paul Bartron of Tacoma and Mark Havrilla of Moscow Idaho also tied for first place. Three players had 4-1 scores: Timothy Moroney of WA, Cameron Leslie of Moscow and Nikolay Bulakh of Spokane.
50 players took part under the direction of Kevin Korsmo of Spokane. Sponsors of the tournament were the Spokane Chess Club and the Gary Younker Foundation. The playing site was St. Anne’s Children Center in downtown Spokane.


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for USCF Crosstable

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President’s Cup Result

Photo by Duane Polich.
Photo by Duane Polich.

Duane Polich reports on Facebook: (edited and additional info by Russell Miller)

The Washington State President’s Cup took place February 15th and 16th at the Seattle Chess Club. 68 players took part. The event ended in a three way tie for first. Peter Lessler of Seattle , skincare Samuel He of Redmond, clinic WA and Patrick Van Dyke of Maple Valley, visit this site WA each ended up with 3.5 points. Samuel He came out on top and took the seed into the 2015 Premier event by coming out on top in a grueling blitz playoff match that went into double overtime. The event was held as a replacement for the Invitational tournament, so more people could watch the State Championship and Premier which was going on at the same time.

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