Princes beat Kings 14-11!

IMG_6847Below are the final results of the Kings vs. Princes Match and Junior FIDE Round Robin.  The games from both events can be found here.  The USCF rating report can be found here.  Here is link to some pictures taken during the event by Victoria Jung-Doknjas:
Kings vs Princes

FM Curt Collyer (2320, 2262, USA) 3.0 $300 3rd
LM Viktors Pupols (2200, 2025, USA) 2.5 $125 =4th-5th
FM Nick Raptis (2389, 2335, USA) 2.0
FM William Schill (2315, 2201, USA) 2.0
FM David Roper (2248, 2237, USA) 1.5
CM John Doknjas (2155, 2116, CAN) 4.5 $600 1st
NM Bryce Tiglon (2305, 2227, USA) 4.0 $450 2nd
Noah Fields (2105, 1896, USA) 2.5 $125 =4th-5th
NM Joshua Doknjas (2096, 2096, CAN) 2.0
Anthony He (2010, 1752, USA) 1.0
Final Score of the match: Kings 11 – Princes 14
FIDE Junior RR
Junior FIDE RR:
Eric Zhang (1795, 1512, USA) 2.0 1st
WCM Naomi Bashkansky (1824, 1554, USA) 1.5 =2nd-3rd
Neil Doknjas (1727, UNR, CAN) 1.5 =2nd-3rd
Jothi Ramesh (1853, UNR, USA) 1.0 4th

Roland Feng and David Golub win 2015 Seattle Seafair Open

Roland and Golub

FM Roland Feng and NM David Golub topped the 70-player field of the 2015 Seattle Seafair Open, each scoring a perfect 5 wins from 5 games. The tournament was hosted by Seattle Chess Club July 24-26 and directed by the inimitable Fred Kleist, who paired the entire event by hand! A slew of players tied for 2nd with 4 points: FM Bill Schill, Bada Norovsambuu, and Anthony He. The tournament has now been rated: USCF Crosstable.

Anthony and Jason

Emerald City Open Results

The Seattle Chess Club was the site of a 38 player event on June 12-14, 2015 under the direction of Fred Kleist. The tournament results were submitted to USCF on June 15 but not rated until June 25 for some unknown reason.

William Schill with 4.5-.5 won the Open Section. 2nd at 4-1 was Noah Yeo. Joseph Truelson scored 4.5-.5 to top the Reserve Section.

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