Relatively early in the night, Colin Prince won on Board 3 to get to four points. On Board 1, with co-leader Jaroslaw Czypinski on 3.5 points playing Yemi Ayiobe, it never looked like anything but a draw. On Board 3, Theo Wolchock, the other co-leader appeared to have a strong initiative, but when the smoke… Read More »
Players with black pieces won on 7 of 10 boards including upsets on boards 3 and 5. Leading with 2.0 points after two rounds are Theo Wolchock, Oyeyemi Abioye, Jaroslaw Czypinski and Al MacPherson.
Sixteen players have started the 5-round 2019 Nathan Divinsky Memorial. You can still join the action next Tuesday with a half-point for Round 1.
2019 Nathan Divinsky Memorial (April TNT) starts Tuesday, April 2 CFC (Chess Federation of Canada) and FIDE rated. $ 20 entry fee – Prizes will be based on entries. Location: University of Winnipeg – Rm 4CM425 rounds – 1 game on each of April 2,9,16,23,30 –(This is not a knockout tournament, players will play all… Read More »
Rolando Bince won the 2019 March TNT with a perfect 4.0 score, prevailing over Gustav Baron in the final round. Theo Wolchock, Ibukun Orogun, Jim Melnyk, and Keith Czarny all scored 3 points, sharing 2nd place, U1900, and U1700 prizes. Bruce Leaden won the U1500 prize.
Rolando Bince leads with 3 points. Theo Wolchock, Ibukun Orogun, and Gustav Baron (who narrowly escaped against Ievgeniaa-Diana Furda) are next with 2.5.
Yemi Abioye, Rolando Bince, Ibukun (Isaac) Orogun, and Ievgeniia-Diana Furda lead with 2 points.
Eighteen players have started the 2019 March TNT. Two notable upsets tonight; Ievgeniaa-Diana Furda defeated #2 seed Roy Proulx, Francis Trueman prevailed over Cory Letain. You can still join the action next week with a half-point bye for Round 1.
Yemi Abioye, Blair Rutter, Rolando Bince, and Mike Skop lead with 2.5 points.