Yemi Abioye and Rolando Bince lead with 2 points.
Eighteen players have started the 2019 February TNT. Notable results include Richard Ott holding Phil Le Dorze to a draw, and the Myrzaibraimova sisters drawing with their higher rated opposition. You can still join the action next Tuesday with a half-point bye for Round 1.
$ 15 entry fee + CFC Membership required (see below) – Prizes will be based on entries. There is one game per week. Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42 4 rounds – 1 game on each of February 5,12,19,26 – (This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all 4 rounds) (Players may… Read More »
The 2019 edition of the Kent Oliver Memorial attracted 31 players, the most in recent memory. Mutiu Salawu and Yemi Abioye tied for first place with 4.5 points. Third place was shared by Jonathon Zaczek and Theo Wolchock, each with 4 points. Rolando Bince also had 4 points, winning the top U1900 prize. Second U1900… Read More »
Yemi Abioye upset top seed Isaac Wiebe in the last round to win the 2019 January TNT with a perfect 4 points. Second prize was shared by Wiebe, Rolando Bince, and Colin Prince, all with 3 points. The U1800 prizes were won Keith Czarny and Larry Samson; they also scored 3 points. Francis Trueman won… Read More »
Isaac Wiebe and Yemi Abioye lead with 3 points.
https://chessmanitoba.blogspot.com/2019/01/fide-ratings-of-manitobans-having.html or FIDE Ratings at January 1, 2019
Four players share first place – Isaac Wiebe, Yemi Abioye, Roy Proulx, and Rolando Bince.
Twenty-four players have started the tournament. You can join the action next week, with a half-point bye for Round 1. The big upset of the night was John Remillard’s win over Tony Boron.
University of Winnipeg Room 4CM42 2019 January TNT – CFC (Chess Federation of Canada) rated. $ 15 entry fee -and CFC membership required (see below) Prizes will be based on entries. Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42 4 rounds – 1 game on each of January 8,15,22,29 – (This is not a knockout tournament,… Read More »