Tuesday, 11 October 2011

2011 Ryde-Eastwood Chess Club Bobby Fischer Cup_Results for Rounds 13-17 (updated with Final Crosstable)

Here is the link to a spreadsheet containing the Final Crosstable (prepared by Rob Watson): crosstable.

Congratulations to Arthur Huynh for coming first and undefeated with 16.5/17 and Joshua Christensen (15.5/17) who was also undefeated and came second.

The rest of the results:

Round 13

Burgess - Grbin 1-0
Brown, N - Irmler 1-0
Chiara - Mitrovic 0-1
Cardenas -Hickey 1-0
Brown, J - Muller 1-0
Escalante - Marton 1-0
Christensen Edwards 1-0
Kirillov - Huynh 0-1
Watson - Salim 0-1

Round 14

Grbin - Salim 0-1
Huynh - Watson 1-0
Edwards - Kirillov 0-1
Marton - Christensen 0-1
Muller - Escalante 1-0
Hickey - Brown, J 1-0
Mitrovic - Cardenas 1-0
Irmler - Chiara 1-0
Burgess - Brown, N 0-1

Round 15

Brown, N - Grbin 1-0
Chiara - Burgess 0-1
Cardenas - Irmler 1-0
Brown, J - Mitrovic 1-0
Escalante - Hickey 0.5-0.5
Christensen - Muller 1-0
Kirillov - Marton 0-1
Watson -Edwards 1-0
Salim - Huynh 0-1

Round 16

Grbin - Huynh 0-1
Edwards - Salim 0-1
MArton - Watson 0-1
Muller - Kirillov 1-0
Hickey - Christensen 0-1
Mitrovic - Escalante 0-1
Irmler - Brown, J 1-0
Burgess - Cardenas 0-1
Brown, N - Chiara 1-0

Round 17

Chiara - Grbin 1-0
Cardenas - Brown, N 0-1
Brown, J - Burgess 0-1
Escalante - Irmler 1-0
Christensen - Mitrovic 1-0
Kirillov - Hickey 0-1
Watson - Muller 0-1
Salim - Marton 1-0
Huynh - Edwards 1-0

Monday, 10 October 2011

Ryde-Eastwood Classic 2011

Message from President of Chess Club:
Hi,

Our regular Ryde-Eastwood Classic Competition starts on Wednesday, Members who have not made the Club Championship finals can enter the competition. If you would like to compete be at the Club on Wednesday before 7.30pm or send me an email before 5.00pm on Wednesday.

Regards,
LES MIKOLAJCZYK

The High School Chess Coach (or Parent or Chess Fanatic) ......

Thanks to GM Kevin Spraggett, please enjoy this Saturday Night Live skit (parody) of the life of a high school chess coach. (the last scene: dinner at home — ask yourself whether you are a chess tragic if you have a black and white chess board table cloth and the salt and pepper shakers must be on certain squares ......)