Tacoma Open results

CLICK HERE for the US Chess Crosstable. 11 players took part in two sections. Viktors Pupols of Kingston WA won the top section, 3-0. Ralph Anthony won the 2nd section. Gary Dorfner of Tacoma handled the TD’s tasks as usual for Tacoma events. Event was held August 29 at the Tacoma Chess Club.

Stephen Buck wins Evergreen Empire Open

Stephen J. Buck won the 6-player Evergreen Empire Open held June 6, 2015 at the Tacoma Chess Club. Buck scored 2.5 of 3 possible points, raising his rating from 1700 to 1719. The event was directed by Gary Dorfner, who also was one of the six players. See the USCF crosstable.

Coffee Time Quick Chess Event on March 7 results.

Nick Raptis won a 10-player G/15 event at Coffee Time in Portland. For the USCF Crosstable, CLICK HERE. Editor’s Note: The annual Northwest Open was held at the Tacoma Chess Club the same day, in three groups (of 6, 4 and 3 players). The group winners were Viktors Pupols (3 of 3), Murlin Varner (2.5 of… Continue reading Coffee Time Quick Chess Event on March 7 results.

Pupols wins Washington Senior

Continuing his long and amazing chess career, Viktors Pupols won the Washington Senior Adult Championship held at the Tacoma Chess Club, August 16, 2014. Pupols scored 3.5 out of 4, drawing only longtime expert and Tacoma Chess Club member Paul Bartron, who finished second with 3.0 points. USCF crosstable link. Report by TD Gary Dorfner: The 2014 Wash.… Continue reading Pupols wins Washington Senior

Some recent event results

Seattle July Tornado (sometimes called the Sunday Tornado), held July 27, 2014 at the Seattle Chess Club. Ethan Bashkansky and Zixiao Han draw each other and tied for first with 3.5 out of 4 points. Both are now expert-rated, with Han having a provisional rating. See the USCF crosstable. Tacoma Open, held August 2, 2014 at… Continue reading Some recent event results

Northwest Open Results

The Tacoma Chess Club held on January 25, 2014 the Northwest Open under the direction of Gary Dorfner. 10 players took part. Paul Bartron of Tacoma and H. G. Pitre of Seattle tied for 1st place with 3.5-.5 scores. The event was dual rated by the United States Chess Federation. CLICK HERE for the crosstable.

Picture taken at Tacoma Chess Club

Vivi Bartron posted this photo on facebook so I assume she took it. This not the Tacoma CC that I remember visiting several years ago. This looks like more space than I remember. Maybe some one can take some more photos. Understand there maybe some new type events held there next Spring.