Monthly Archives: March 2024

2024 April TNT tournament starts Tuesday, April 2 at CMU

2024 April TNT Tuesday Night Tournament One Section – CFC and FIDE Standard Rated Event  – Time control – 60 minutes + 30 second increment $ 30  entry fee – Prizes tbd.   5 rounds (5 Tuesdays in April) 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… Read More »

Manitoba High School Championship results

The Manitoba High School Chess Championship was held on March 26 at Sisler High School in Winnipeg with 58 students participating in a seven round Swiss tournament.   The winner of the event was Rhailey Punay (6.0 points) of Regent Park school who won on a tiebreak over Yakiv Gres of Kelvin High School and Kyle… Read More »

2024 March TNT Final Round Results

Collin Anderson  missed an opportunity in the endgame against  Gabriel Hamm; the draw left them tied with 3.5 points, the same as Jackson Stordeur.They all shared the 1st and 2nd place prizes. Mykola Kravchenko won the U1700 prize with 2.5 points. Dinesh Balamanage was top U1500 with 2 points.   Crosstable at: https://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2024/2024_Mar_TNT.htm

Two FIDE and CFC Rapid Chess Tournaments, Saturday, April 6

The Manitoba Chess Association will hold 2 tournaments on Saturday, April 6th at St. Mary’s Road United Church, 613 St. Mary’s Road. Some players are eligible to play in either or both tournaments.   To pre-register, text or phone Tournament Director Al MacPherson at 204-898-8485 or email Tony Boron at chessmanitoba@gmail.com  CFC membership required (valid for… Read More »

2024 March St. Mary’s FIDE Rapid Results

Fifty-four entrants contested the 2024 March St. Mary’s FIDE Rapid tournaments on Saturday, March 16. In the morning U1700 section, Jaimin Patel and Daniel Bouchard topped the field with 4.5 points. Joshua Friesen and Zhenting Yang, with 3.5 points, shared the 3rd place and U1600 prizes. Arad Hatamian, with 3.5 points, won the U1400 prize.… Read More »