Monthly Archives: February 2024

2024 February TNT Final Round results

Gustav Baron won the tournament with a perfect 4-0 score.  Jordan Stordeur was second with 3.5. Top U1700 was won by Prabhav Repaka with 3 points. Top U1500 was won by Mason Bilugan with 2.5 points. Top U1200 was won by Dinesh Balamanage with 1.5 points.  Crosstable at:  https://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2024/2024_Feb_TNT.htm

2024 March TNT (Tuesday Night Tournament) starts Tuesday, March 5

2024 March TNT Tuesday Night Tournament One Section – CFC and FIDE Standard Rated Event  – Time control – 60 minutes + 30 second increment $ 25 entry fee – Prizes tbd. Location:   Canadian Mennonite University  (600 Shaftesbury Boulevard) Room D33  (map and direction and important information https://chess.chessmanitoba.org/?page_id=4538 Free Parking ! CFC Membership required. Pre-registration is strongly recommended as… Read More »

Spring Seniors Open

The Manitoba Chess Association will hold the Spring Seniors Open, a FIDE and CFC rated standard 4 round tournament, starting April 5 2024 at Fort Garry United Church 800 Point Road, Winnipeg.  New players welcome! Free street parking available. Bus route adjacent. Players must be born in 1974 or earlier. Note; eligibility criteria based on Canadian/US… Read More »

2024 MCA February FIDE Rapid results

Marlon Jodar topped the field of forty-four players with a perfect 5-0 score  to win the 2024 February MCA FIDE Rapid tournament held at the University of Manitoba (St John’s College) on February 17. Gustav Baron, Jackson Stordeur, Chandrasekhar Iyer, Ryne Swift, and Carl Pottinger scored 4 points, sharing the 2nd and 3rd place prizes.… Read More »

Winter Seniors Open – Final Round Results

front from left; Remillard, Leaden, Kuryliw, Jarmasz, Lauritson, Melnyk  standing from left; Magyar, Minano, Klokow, Ott, Boron, Zashev   Anthony Boron and Aleksander Zashev tied for first place in the Winter Seniors Open tournament. Both players scored 3.5/4. The event was held at Fort Garry United Church and directed by John Klokow. 13 players participated.… Read More »