2017 Winnipeg Open (Joe Dreman Memorial) Round 4 results

 

BdResWhite BlackRes
10.5Anthony Boron (2058 3.0)Brock Beach (1869 3.0)0.5
21 Isaac Wiebe (2235 2.5)Jeff Babb (2120 2.5)0
31 Jay S. Khedkar (2027 2.0)Gustav L Baron (2151 2.5)0
40 Jaroslaw Czypinski (1959 2.0)Teodulfo II Nones (2281 2.0)1
50 Jim Green (1884 2.0)Theo Wolchock (2103 2.0)1
60.5Waldemar Schulz (2011 2.0)Ryne Swift (1927 2.0)0.5
71 Colin Prince (1863 2.0)Ken Einarsson (1777 1.5)0
81 Rolando Bince (2051 1.5)Francis Trueman (1424 1.5)0
90 Ievgeniia-Diana Furda (1579 1.5)Jim Hemphill (1762 1.5)1
101 Bruce Reimer (1692 1.0)Peter Magyar (1559 1.0)0
111 Jeremie Piche (1686 1.0)Bruce Leaden (1427 1.0)0
121 Cory Letain (1632 1.0)Clifford Goodman (1667 1.0)0
131 Keith Czarny (1664 1.0)Mark Jenkins (1409 1.0)0
140 Yanyu Lei (1261 1.0)John Remillard (1636 1.0)1
151 Keith Gannon (1618 0.5)Zachary Piche (1456 0.0)0
0.5Jamie Stark (1213 0.0)BYE
0.5Ryan Wirtzfeld (unr. 0.5)BYE
0.5Jason Evans (1619 2.0)BYE

2017 Abe Yanofsky Memorial – $ 3,000 Prize Fund!

2017 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Tournament – CFC rated
Open Section also FIDE rated

September 1 – 3

Details at

http://aymemorialchess.blogspot.ca/

Round 1 – Friday, Sep 1  7 pm
Round 2 – Saturday, Sep 2  10 am
Round 3 – Saturday, Sep 2  2:30 pm
Round 4 – Sunday, Sep 3  10 am
Round 5 – Sunday, Sep 3  2:30 pm

Time Control: Round 1 G/ 110 ; Rounds 2-5 Game/90 + 30 second increment

Rules to be noted:
Anti-draw rules will be in effect (no agreed draws before move 31)
FIDE Zero tolerance forfeit rule NOT in effect -old rule in effect; players will not be forfeited for non-attendance until one hour after scheduled start of round.

Half-point byes OK, any of first four rounds, limit 2, must commit before rd 2.

Entry fees:

$50 regular, $40 junior if registered on or before Aug 10.  $60 / $50 after that date.

CFC Membership required

Prize fund:

Open section:

Open:  $1000, $400, $200

U2000:  $250, $150

U1800 section:

U1800:  $400, 200

U1600:  $150, 100

U1400:  $100, 50

2017 Winnipeg Open (Joe Dreman Memorial) Round 3 results

Brock Beach and Tony Boron lead the 34 player field  with 3 points.

BdResWhite BlackRes
10Teodulfo II Nones (2281)Anthony Boron (2058)1
2.5Gustav L Baron (2151)Isaac Wiebe (2235).5
31 Brock Beach (1869)Rolando Bince (2051)0
41 Jeff Babb (2120)Jim Hemphill (1762)0
5.5Jason Evans (1619)Jim Green (1884).5
61 Theo Wolchock (2103)Bruce Reimer (1692)0
70 Clifford Goodman (1667)Jay S. Khedkar (2027)1
80 Keith Czarny (1664)Waldemar Schulz (2011)1
90 John Remillard (1636)Jaroslaw Czypinski (1959)1
101 Ryne Swift (1927)Bruce Leaden (1427)0
110 Mark Jenkins (1409)Colin Prince (1863)1
12.5Ken Einarsson (1777)Ievgeniia-Diana Furda (unr.).5
131 Francis Trueman (1424)Ante Mandusic (1200)0
140 Keith Gannon (1618)Jeremie Piche (1686)1
150 Zachary Piche (1456)Cory Letain (1632)1
161 Peter Magyar (1559)Jamie Stark (1213)0
.5Yanyu Lei (1261)BYE
.5Ryan Wirtzfeld (unr.)BYE

2017 Winnipeg Open (Joe Dreman Memorial) Round 2 results

The five players who won on the top 5 boards are the only participants with a perfect 2-0 score in the the current 32 player field.

Still time to enter this 8-round event next week with a total of one-point in byes for the first two missed rounds.

 

BdResWhite BlackRes
10 Jay S. Khedkar (2027)Teodulfo II Nones (2281)1
21 Isaac Wiebe (2235)Waldemar Schulz (2011)0
30 Jaroslaw Czypinski (1959)Gustav L Baron (2151)1
41 Brock Beach (1869)Theo Wolchock (2103)0
51 Anthony Boron (2058)Ryne Swift (1927)0
61 Jim Green (1884)Keith Gannon (1618)0
7.5 Bruce Leaden (1427)Ken Einarsson (1777).5
81 Jim Hemphill (1762)Francis Trueman (1424)0
91 Jason Evans (1619)Yanyu Lei (1261)0
101 Colin Prince (1863)Peter Magyar (1559)0
110 Cory Letain (1632)Bruce Reimer (1692)1
120 Jeremie Piche (1686)Mark Jenkins (1409)1
130 Zachary Piche (1456)Clifford Goodman (1667)1
140 Ryan Wirtzfeld (unr.)Keith Czarny (1664)1
150 Jamie Stark (1213)John Remillard (1636)1
.5Rolando Bince (2051)BYE
.5Jeff Babb (2120)BYE

 

 

Mind Sports chess tournament results

18 players competed in the 3rd annual Mind Sports Manitoba chess tournament, held June 10 at the Sinclair Park Community Center. Nilo Moncal won clear first with a score of 4.5 out of 5.0. Tied for second place were Marcos Valentino and Theo Wolchock with a score of 4.0.

Special thanks to tournament sponsors: The City of Winnipeg (courtesy of Councillors Mike Pagtakhan and Ross Eadie) and Rey Duque Auto Care

Mind Sports Manitoba chess tournament – June 10

Mind Sports Manitoba is hosting its 3rd annual open chess tournament on Saturday, June 10 from 9:00 to 4:00 pm at the Sinclair Park Community Centre in Winnipeg (corner of Arlington St. and Church Ave.).  Details as follows:

5 round Swiss, 30 minutes per player
$20 entry fee
Prizes: cash, chess items and the Mind Sports Manitoba Champion’s Cup
Free raffle: chess sets, chess books for all participants

To register, please contact Steve Udarbe at 204-996-2509, udarbest@gmail.com
or Arvin Dawa text 204-930-7468 or Blair Rutter text 204-298-6961.

2017 Winnipeg Open (Joe Dreman Memorial) Round 1 results

Twenty-nine players are currently registered for the 2017 Winnipeg Open, already exceeding last year’s total.  You can still join the action for this eight-round tournament next week.    The rating favorites won on all boards, but not without some anxious moments.

BdResWhite BlackRes
11Teodulfo II Nones (2281)Colin Prince (1863)0
20Bruce Reimer (1692)Isaac Wiebe (2235)1
31Gustav L Baron (2151)Jeremie Piche (1686)0
40Clifford Goodman (1667)Jeff Babb (2120)1
51Theo Wolchock (2103)Keith Czarny (1664)0
60John Remillard (1636)Anthony Boron (2058)1
71Rolando Bince (2051)Cory Letain (1632)0
80Peter Magyar (1559)Jay S. Khedkar (2027)1
91Waldemar Schulz (2011)Zachary Piche (1456)0
100Mark Jenkins (1409)Jaroslaw Czypinski (1959)1
111Ryne Swift (1927)Jamie Stark (1213)0
120Ryan Wirtzfeld (unr.)Brock Beach (1869)1
13½Keith Gannon (1618)Jason Evans (1619)½
½Jim Hemphill (1762)BYE
½Bruce Leaden (1427)BYE
½Francis Trueman (1424)BYE

2017 Winnipeg Open (Joe Dreman Memorial) tournament starts Tuesday, June 6

2017 Winnipeg Open – Joe Dreman Memorial  (a special Tuesday Night Tournament)

CFC and FIDE rated.

$ 20 entry fee  –   Prizes will be based on entries. Approximately $ 200 will be added to the prize fund through the Joe Dreman legacy

Location: University of Winnipeg – Room 4CM42

8 rounds – June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 4, 11, 18, 25 – (This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all 8 rounds)
(Players may take up to 2  half-point and any number of zero-point byes.  Half-point byes for rounds 7 and 8 must be requested before Round 3.

Please note that we intend to start the first round at 7:00 p.m. sharp. There is one game per week.

Tuesday Night Tournaments are held every month of the year, (except for November and December when things are organized a little differently).

All of the TNTs are Swiss (pairing) style tournaments with a time control of G /110 minutes [Each player has 1 hour 50 minutes  to complete their moves, the game will be be 3 hours and 40 minutes maximum]
.
$ 20 entry fee and CFC membership required.

All players must be CFC members (can be obtained during registration on-site)

[$ 20 for a one-tournament adult membership or $ 49 for 12 months- new adult members pay only $ 36 for a twelve-month CFC membership;

Junior (under 20)  members pay $ 10 for a one-tournament membership, $ 34 for a twelve-month CFC membership, new junior members pay only  $ 24 for a twelve month CFC membership]

Registration for tournament -Tuesday, June 6  – approximately 6:35 pm to 6:50 pm

Registration will be cut off at 6:50 pm. (If you think you may be late, please send an email to

chessmanitoba ‘at’ gmail.com) before 5 pm (you can try later, but the wireless access at the U may be problematic) . Players can also join in Round 2 or 3 , they will receive a half-point byes for Round 1 and/or Round 2 If requested,
Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42

Easiest way to get there is to take the elevator at the north end (Ellice) to the 5th Floor(if that Elevator is operating) Otherwise, there is an elevator just to the west of the old Bookstore location.  Our goal is to start the first round at 7:00 p.m. sharp.

2017 May TNT Final Round Results

Isaac Wiebe won the 2017 May TNT by defeating Jay Khedkar, while the other pre-round co-leader, Theo Wolchok lost to Gustav Baron.

Baron finished 2nd.   Ryne Swift was top U2000, with Ken Einarsson, Derek Ma, and Brock Beach splitting 2nd U2000. Keith Czarny won top U1700; Clifford Goodman and John Remillard split 2nd U1700.  Young Zachary Piche won top U1600; 2nd U1600 was won by Peter Magyar

Crosstable and Prizes at:

http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2017/2017_May_TNT.htm

 

BdResWhite BlackRes
11 Isaac Wiebe (2243 3.5)Jay S. Khedkar (2033 3.0)0
21 Gustav L Baron (2128 3.0)Theo Wolchock (2071 3.5)0
30 Ryne Swift (1913 3.0)Jeff Babb (2132 2.5)1
40 Brock Beach (1865 2.5)Myron Kernetsky (2125 2.5)1
5,5Rolando Bince (2085 2.5)Blair Rutter (2038 2.5),5
60 Peter Magyar (1522 2.0)Keith Czarny (1649 2.0)1
7.5Jaroslaw Czypinski (1988 1.5)Clifford Goodman (1611 2.0).5
80 Bruce Leaden (1428 1.5)John Remillard (1644 1.5)1
91 Zachary Piche (1372 1.5)Francis Trueman (1434 1.5)0
100 Cory Letain (1699 1.0)Bruce Reimer (1696 1.0)1
111 Keith Gannon (1630 1.0)Yanyu Lei (1262 0.0)0