Tag: Anthony He

  • FM Anthony He wins 2018 WA Junior Closed

    Congratulations to Anthony He for winning the WA Junior Closed Jan 5-7 with a perfect 5.0 score.  Naomi Bashkansky placed 2nd,  and there was a tie between Oscar Petrov and Daniel Shubin for 3rd place. Prize winnings:                 $200 Anthony He, and seeded into the WA State Championship                 $170 Naomi Bashkansky                 $65 Oscar Petrov […]

  • 2017 WA Winter Classic

    Playing room at the WA Winter Classic. FM Steven Breckenridge of Gresham, OR, won the the 2017 WA Winter Chess Classic with 7/9 and took home the $500 first place prize!  Steven finished half a point ahead of second place finishers FMs Anthony He and Ignacio Perez, each of whom won $325 for their efforts. […]

  • Sluggers Qualify for 2018 PRO Chess League

    With the help of returning Slugger and World No. 10 GM Hikaru Nakamura, it is my pleasure to announce that the Seattle Sluggers have officially qualified for the 2018 PRO Chess League!  Here is a link to the detailed qualifier article: https://www.chess.com/news/view/6-teams-qualify-for-pro-chess-league-you-pick-2-more Other Sluggers who helped the team qualify include GM Georgi Margvelashvili, IM Bryce […]

  • Anthony He becomes FIDE Master

    Anthony He became Washington State’s youngest ever FIDE Master on February 20, 2017 by scoring 5.5/9 at the 2017 WA State Chess Championship in Redmond. He gained 93.6 points to boost his FIDE rating over 2300. Anthony achieved the title 4 days after he turned age 12.  Anthony is currently the US number 1 FIDE […]

  • Anthony He becomes Washington’s youngest ever master

    Anthony He became Washington State’s youngest ever master on June 5, 2016. Anthony achieved the title at age 11 years, 3 months, and 20 days, breaking the previous record held by FM Roland Feng. Anthony scored 3.5/4 at the WA Open in Lynnwood and gained 21 points to boost his rating to 2199, scoring a win against […]

  • 2016 WA Junior Open & Reserve

    The 2016 WA Junior Open was held on MLK Monday at Interlake High School in Bellevue. A record 258 players took part in 7 sections: K-1 U800, 2-3 U800, K-3 U1400, 4-6 U900, 4-12 U1400, U 1600, and Open. The tournament was hosted by the Washington Chess Federation and directed by David Hendricks with assistance […]

  • Anthony He leads Northwest Players at World Youth

    Anthony finished the tournament with 7.5 points out of 11 (5 wins, 5 draws and 1 loss) and ranked 14th place out of 185 players in the U10 section. Chess-Results Server Chess-results.com – World Youth Ch 2015 – Open under 10. Other related stories (added by NWC Business Manager): “Grabinsky brings home top US score […]