Category Archives: Weekend Tournaments

2018 South Saskatchewan Chess Championship results

Isaac Wiebe, Gustav Baron and Frank Johnson tied for 1st in the Open section each winning $1,333 In the Under 1900 Section Ken Einarsson, and Ethan Eckert, tied for second winning $266 Organizer Brandin Titanich with Ken Einarsson Crosstables: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kAw6r78Jsmu14e2J_RoyEwiekltpUZX6GwXjfYdTWOo/edit?usp=sharing

2018 Kent Oliver Memorial results

The 2018 Kent Oliver Memorial Active tournament resulted in a four way tie for first/second. Gustav Baron, Joshua Gerona, Ryne Swift,and Theo Wolchock all scored 4 points.  Gerona beat Swift in Round 2,  Blair Rutter defeated Gerona in Round 4, while Baron won over Wolchock in the same round.  It was up to Swift to… Read More »

2017 B’nai Brith Tournament results

Jojo Nones took clear 1st with 4.5 points.  Jonathon Zaczek was clear 2nd with 4 points. Full crosstable at   http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2017/2017BnaiBrith.htm Pictures https://bnaibrith-my.sharepoint.com/personal/aglikman_bnaibrith_ca/_layouts/15/guestaccess.aspx?folderid=0fe1e6b752d874fc78a397db51383b7a7&authkey=AUcL5k_9VSAr3hAcwV9ISVk

2017 Abe Yanofsky Memorial – Final results

Fifty-four  players participated in the 2017 Abe Yanofsky Memorial, the largest attendance in many years ! CFC ratings have been updated – https://chessmanitoba.blogspot.ca/2017/09/2017-abe-yanofsky-memorial-has-been.html   Crosstables have been posted – http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2017/2017_AY_Open.htm http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2017/2017_AY_U1800.htm Jojo Nones claimed first in the Open section with 4.5 points. Isaac Wiebe finished second with 4 points. Third prize was shared by Sam… Read More »

2017 Summer Open

Jason Evans, TD, writes: Thanks to everyone who came out to the 2017 Summer Open (July 8-9). Ryne Swift won with a score of 3.5 out of 4. Tied for second with 3 points were Clifford Goodman and Joshua Gerona. Clifford Goodman was 1st U1700 with Diana Furda in 2nd place. Aalekh Patel was 1st… Read More »

2017 Kent Oliver Memorial Results

The 2017 Kent Oliver Memorial resulted in a 4-way tie among Gustav Baron,Anthony Boron, James Currie, and Nilo Moncal, all with 4 points. First U1800 was Kevin Booth with 3.5 points, with Ken Einarsson 2nd U1800.  Top U1500 was Joshua Gerona, with Azamat Myrzaibraimov 2nd U1500. Crosstable at: http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2017/2017_KO.htm