Theo Wolchock and Tony Boron tied for first with 3.5 points in the 2019 September TNT. Rolando Bince and Udaya Annakkage shared 3rd place with 3 points. John Klokow was top U1700, with Keith Gannon top U1500, both with 2.5 points Second U1700 was shared by John Remillard, Bruce Reimer, and Ievgeniia-Diana Furda, with 2… Read More »
Rolando Bince leads with 3 points, Theo Wolchock and Tony Boron are next with 2.5 points.
Theo Wolchock, Tony Boron, and Rolando Bince lead with 2 points.
Twenty players have started the September TNT. You can still join the action next Tuesday with a half-point bye for Round 1. All the rating favorites prevailed in the first round.
$ 15 Entry Fee – CFC (Chess Federation of Canada) rated Prizes will be based on entries. Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM42 4 rounds – 1 game on each of September 3, 10,17,24 – (This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all 4 rounds) (Players may take up to 1 half-point… Read More »
Theo Wolchock won the 2019 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Open with 4.5 points, ceding only a draw to fellow junior Derek Ma in Round 2. Ma finished 2nd with 4 points;, his other draw was with current Manitoba Champion Isaac Wiebe in Round 4. Yemi Abioye finished 3rd with 3.5, upsetting Wiebe in the final round.… Read More »
Twenty players contested the last of three Abe Yanofsky Rapid Satellite tournaments, in which the prizes are full or partial entries to the 2019 Abe Yanofsky Memorial tournament . One entry in Open section, and two entries in the U1800 section were the prizes on August 27. Derek Ma won another entry to 2019 Abe… Read More »
Twenty-four players contested the second of three Abe Yanofsky Rapid Satellite tournaments, in which the prizes are full or partial entries to the 2019 Abe Yanofsky Memorial tournament . Two entries in each of the two sections, Open, and U1800 were the prizes on August 20. There was a four-way tie for the two Open… Read More »
Twenty-four players contested the first of three Abe Yanofsky Active Satellite tournaments, in which the prizes are full or partial entries to the 2019 Abe Yanofsky Memorial tournament . Five entries were the prizes on August 13. Isaac Wiebe with a perfect 4 points, and Gustav Baron with 3.5 points won the two entries as… Read More »
Derek Ma defeated Isaac Wiebe in a tense battle to win the 2019 Winnipeg Open with 6.5 points. The game ended with both players having less than a minute remaining, and an extremely sharp position preceding the finish. Isaac Wiebe took second place with 6 points. Adrian Lafreniere and Cory Letain scored 5.5 points,… Read More »