2017 October TNT – Round 3 results

TD Ken Einarsson reports:

After three rounds, we have a four way tie for the lead at 2.5 points with Rutter, Swift, Wolchock and Letain in the top spots.

Round 3. 2017 October TNT     
BdResWhiteBlackRes
10.5Blair Rutter (2035 2.0)Cory Letain (1633 2.0)0.5
20.5Theo Wolchock (2034 2.0)Ryne Swift (2005 2.0)0.5
31Myron Kernetsky (2091 1.0)Rolando Bince (2001 1.5)0
41John Remillard (1574 1.0)Jaroslaw Czypinski (1972 1.0)0
51Keith Czarny (1673 1.0)Ray Sauddin (1459 1.0)0
61Peter Magyar (1444 1.0)Bruce Reimer (1632 0.5)0
71Bruce Leaden (1505 0.5)Yazan Abusaleh (1222 0.5)0
80Keith Gannon (1495 0.5)Aalekh Patel (1595 0.0)1
91Ievgenilia-Diana Furda (1615 0.0)Zachary Piche (1370 0.0)0
0.5Phil Le Dorze (1871 1.0)BYE

2017 October TNT – Round 2 results

Ryne Swift, Blair Rutter, Theo Wolchock, and Cory Letain lead with 2 points.

BdResWhite BlackRes
11 Ryne Swift (2005 1.0)Myron Kernetsky (2091 1.0)0
21 Blair Rutter (2035 1.0)Phil Le Dorze (1871 1.0)0
30 Jaroslaw Czypinski (1972 1.0)Theo Wolchock (2034 1.0)1
40 Yazan Abusaleh (1222 0.5)Cory Letain (1633 1.0)1
50.5Bruce Reimer (1632 0.0)Keith Gannon (1495 0.0)0.5
61 Ray Sauddin (1459 0.0)Ievgeniia-Diana Furda (1615 0.0)0
70 Aalekh Patel (1595 0.0)Peter Magyar (1444 0.0)1
80 Zachary Piche (1370 0.0)John Remillard (1574 0.0)1
0.5Rolando Bince (2001 1.0)BYE
0.5Bruce Leaden (1505 0.0)BYE

2017 October TNT – Round 1 results

Ken Einarsson writes:

A small crowd of 19 players has started the 2017 October TNT and no surprises occurred in the first round as all of the higher rated players won their game.  You can still join next Tuesday with a 1/2 point bye for Round 1.

BdResWhite BlackRes
11 Myron Kernetsky (2091)Bruce Reimer (1632)0
20 Ievgenilia-Diana Furda (1615)Blair Rutter (2035)1
31 Theo Wolchock (2034)Aalekh Patel (1595)0
40 John Remillard (1574)Ryne Swift (2005)1
51 Rolando Bince (2001)Bruce Leaden (1505)0
60 Keith Gannon (1495)Jaroslaw Czypinski (1972)1
71 Phil Le Dorze (1871)Ray Sauddin (1459)0
80 Peter Magyar (1444)Keith Czarny (1673)1
91 Cory Letain (1633)Zachary Piche (1370)0

2017 October TNT starts Tuesday, Oct 3

2017 October TNT – CFC (Chess Federation of Canada) rated.
$15 entry fee – Prizes will be based on entries.
Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42
4 rounds – 1 game on each of Oct 3, 10, 17, 24
(This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all 4 rounds) (Players may take up to 1 half-point and any number of zero-point byes.
Half-point byes for round 4 must be requested before Round 2.
Please note that we intend to start the first round at 7:00 p.m. sharp.
There is one game per week.
All of the TNTs are Swiss (pairing) style tournaments with a time control of G /110 minutes [Each player has 1 hour 50 minutes to complete their moves, the game will be be approx. 3 hours and 40 minutes maximum].
We will also be using FIDE Rule Appendix G.4 for situations with players having under 2 minutes remaining. .
Start time is 7:00 pm
All players must be CFC members (can be obtained during registration on-site)
[$ 20 for a one-tournament adult membership or $ 49 for 12 months- new adult members pay only $ 36 for a twelve-month CFC membership, or $ 16 for a one-tournament 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, or $ 8 for a one-tournament membership]
Registration for tournament -Tuesday, October 3 – approximately 6:35 pm to 6:50 pm
Registration will be cut off at 6:50 pm.

Players can join in Round 2, they will receive a half-point bye for Round 1.
Tournament contact will be Ken Einarsson – Phone or text 204-999-3069 or email ken659@mymts.net
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 September TNT – Final Round Results

Isaac Wiebe and Ryne Swift tied for first with 3.5 points.

BdResWhite BlackRes
11 Isaac Wiebe (2256 2.5)Blair Rutter (2044 2.5)0
21 Ryne Swift (1976 2.5)Theo Wolchock (2056 2.0)0
30 Francis Trueman (1401 2.0)Myron Kernetsky (2104 2.0)1
41 Rolando Bince (1992 2.0)Cory Letain (1621 2.0)0
51 Carter Marshall (1485 1.5)Keith Gannon (1507 2.0)0
60 Yazan Abusaleh (996 1.5)Ievgenilia-Diana Furda (1637 1.5)1
70 John Remillard (1603 1.5)Bruce Leaden (1465 1.5)1
81 Ken Einarsson (1774 1.5)Bruce Reimer (1697 1.0)0
90 Peter Magyar (1457 1.0)Aalekh Patel (1575 1.0)1
101 Ray Sauddin (1362 1.0)Zachary Piche (1393 1.0)0
110FBenjamin Allen (unr. 0.0)Ante Mandusic (1203 0.5)1X
0.5Jason Evans (1645 2.5)BYE

 

 

2017 September TNT – Round 3 results

Isaac Wiebe, Blair Rutter, Ryne Swift, and Jason Evans lead with 2.5 points, with one round remaining.

BdResWhite BlackRes
1.5 Blair Rutter (2025 2.0)Ryne Swift (1944 2.0).5
2.5Myron Kernetsky (2104 1.5)Jason Evans (1645 2.0).5
30 Ken Einarsson (1768 1.5)Isaac Wiebe (2241 1.5)1
4.5 Theo Wolchock (2056 1.5)Rolando Bince (2027 1.5).5
50 Ievgenilia-Diana Furda (1649 1.5)Francis Trueman (1436 1.0)1
61 Cory Letain (1636 1.0)Peter Magyar (1539 1.0)0
71 Keith Gannon (1567 1.0)Ray Sauddin (1362 1.0)0
80 Zachary Piche (1393 1.0)John Remillard (1624 0.5)1
90FAibike Myrzaibraimova (1550 0.5)Bruce Leaden (1454 0.5)1X
10.5Aalekh Patel (1391 0.5)Ken Marshall (1516 0.5).5
111XYazan Abusaleh (996 0.5)Azamat Myrzaibraimov (1493 0.5)0F
121XCarter Marshall (1485 0.5)Kejun Wang (unr. 0.5)0F
131 Bruce Reimer (1726 0.0)Benjamin Allen (unr. 0.0)0

2017 Bridging Villages results

26 players competed in the 2017 Bridging Villages charity tournament held on Sept. 17 at the University of Winnipeg.  Winning first place in the Open section were Joshua Gerona and Gilbert Perez with a score of 4.0.  Ryne Swift and James Atem shared the Under 1980 class prize with a score of 3.0.

In the U1600 section, Aalekh Patel won first place with a perfect 5.0 score.  Sharing second was Joshua Huston-Earle and Keith Gannon with 3.5.  Winning the U1200 class prize was newcomer Huy Hoang with 3.0 points.  Elazar Schwartz and Nazar Viznytsya took second place in the class with 2.5 points.

2017 September TNT – round 2 results

Eleven more players joined the tournament.  Leading with 2.0 are Blair Rutter, Ryne Swift and Jason Evans.

BDResWhiteResBlack
10 Francis Trueman (1436, 1.0)1 Blair Rutter (2025, 1.0)
21 Ryne Swift (1944, 1.0)0 Cory Letain (1636, 1.0)
31 Jason Evans (1645, 1.0)0 Keith Gannon (1567, 1.0)
40 John Remillard (1624, 0.5)1 Myron Kernetsky (2104, 0.5)
51 Isaac Wiebe (2241, 0.5)0 Aibike Myrzaibraimova (1550, 0.5)
60 Azamat Myrzaibraimov (1493, 0.5)1 Theo Wolchock (2056, 0.5)
71 Rolando Bince (2027, 0.5)0 Aalekh Patel (1391, 0.5)
80 Ante Mandusic (1178, 0.5)1 Ken Einarsson (1768, 0.5)
90 Kejun Wang (unr., 0.5)1 Ievgenilia-Diana Furda (1649, 0.5)
101 Peter Magyar (1539, 0.0)0 Yazan Abusaleh (996, 0.0)
111 Ray Sauddin (1362, 0.0)0 Bruce Reimer (1726.0)
120 Benjamin Allen (unr., 0.0)1 Zachary Piche (1393, 0.0)
0.5Bruce Leaden (1454, 0.0)BYE

2017 September TNT – Round 1 results

A relatively small crowd has started the 2017 September TNT, but you can still join next Tuesday with a 1/2 point bye for Round 1

BdResWhite BlackRes
11 Blair Rutter (2025)Peter Magyar (1539)0
20 Bruce Leaden (1454)Ryne Swift (1944)1
30 Bruce Reimer (1726)Francis Trueman (1436)1
40 Zachary Piche (1393)Jason Evans (1645)1
51 Cory Letain (1636)Ray Sauddin (1362)0
6.5Yazan Abusaleh (996)John Remillard (1624).5
71 Keith Gannon (1567)Allen Benjamin (unr.)0

2017 September TNT starts Tuesday, September 5

2017 September TNT – CFC (Chess Federation of Canada) rated.
$ 15 entry fee – Prizes will be based on entries.
Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42
4 rounds – 1 game on each of Sept 5,12,19,26 –
(This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all 4 rounds) (Players may take up to 1 half-point and any number of zero-point byes.
Half-point byes for round 4 must be requested before Round 2.
Please note that we intend to start the first round at 7:00 p.m. sharp.
There is one game per week.
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 approx. 3 hours and 40 minutes maximum].
We will also be using FIDE Rule Appendix G.4 for situations with players having under 2 minutes remaining. .
Start time is 7:00 pm
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, or $ 16 for a one-tournament 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, or $ 8 for a one-tournament membership]
Registration for tournament -Tuesday, Sep 5 – 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 join in Round 2, they will receive a half-point bye for Round 1.
Tournament contact will be TBD reachable  at chessmanitoba@gmail.com
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.