Posts Tagged ‘Chess Ladder

12
Feb
20

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic LEAP DAY! Ladder – 02-29-2020

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic LEAP DAY! Ladder
Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742

General Information

Event Organizer: Concord-Carlisle Chess Club  
Event Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Saturday, February 29, 2020
Time Control: 4-Round+ Ladder Format, G/30 d5, USCF-Rated
Rounds Time: 1st Round 10:00 AM; players’ next games begin shortly after their previous ones are completed
Byes: One half-point bye available in every round except the last, with advance notification
Prize Info: Trophies to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd place players by Ladder placement and then by Points; no player may win more than one Trophy
Inquiry: nicholas@xenophon98.com    781-733-0849
Event Webpage: concordcarlislechess.org
Registration Information

Entry Fee: $15 for pre-registration ($10 for Club Members) by end of day on 2/28/2020; $20 at the door ($15 for Club Members)
Registration – Onsite: 9:15-9:45 AM for NEW registrants (pre-enrolled registrants may arrive up to 9:45 AM)
Registration – Online: Available till END OF DAY OF 2/28/2020.
Membership Requirement: All sections require current USCF Memberships in good standing (registration for $17/year at https://secure2.uschess.org/webstore/member.php)
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: Register Now! Open (regular rate)
Register Now! Open (discount rate for Concord Club members)
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • One Open Section: Ladder format: no eliminations — on average, participants will play 4+ rounds
  • Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241
  • 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
  • Please bring Chess CLOCKS if you own one to ensure we will not be short.
  • Club members include all the Concord-Carlisle chess organizations: CC Chess Society, Carlisle, Alcott, Willard, and Thoreau chess clubs


  • MACA provides tournament listing for all as a service to the chess community. For question, comments, or dispute regarding events that are not organized by MACA, please contact the tournament organizer directly.
  • Remember that each player is responsible for bringing and setting up their clock. Please refer to the Metrowest Chess Club Digital Clock Guide for instructions on how to set digital clocks.
  • MACA does not recommend but allows US Chess approved electronic scorekeeping devices. Please note that some national tournaments held by US Chess ban electronic scorekeeping, so be sure to know how to keep score without aid of electronics.
  • If online registration is enabled on this event, you can Join/Renew your USCF and MACA membership at the online registration page. If online registration is not available, you can join MACA (The Massachusetts Chess Association) at our Online Membership Form and USCF (United States Chess Federation) at USCF Membership Page.
15
Dec
19

Final Standings, Concord-Carlisle December Scholastic Ladder – 12-14-2019

Concord-Carlisle December Scholastic Ladder #5 – 12-14-2019
 
Bay State Chess Kings Facebook Group
 
Fellow Concord-Carlisle players,
 
We did a much better job advertising this Ladder event than the last one, and it paid off! Thanks to the 19 players who played enthusiastically and with excellent sportsmanship in this Ladder. It has taken about a year for me to get this format down successfully, and I am happy to say this was a smooth-running event with excellent participation. Thanks to David West for his exemplary help in getting this together. (A mini shout-out also to the custodian Cameron for assisting me with break-down at the end.)
 
I was pleased to have two of my students, Ziv Dudnik (a repeat from last month) and Antonio Feng join us from my class in Newton. Both of them will be on my Teams at the Winter Team Challenge in January.
 
We had an older new player, Uri Netzer, join us for his first tournament. Apparently he has some skill that needs to apply itself in future tournaments, because he went 3.5-0.5 and will (eventually) take home the 3rd Place Points Trophy.
 
Winners:
 
Ladder:
 
1st: Jayden Wu
2nd: Brandon Li
3rd: Gentry Thatcher
 
Points:
 
1st-2nd (tied): Stanley Yu, Yiheng Liu
3rd: Uri Netzer
 
Our next Ladder Tournament will be on LEAP DAY! 2/29/2020. See you over the board and have a great holiday.
 
Nicholas P. Sterling, Ph.D.
Concord-Carlisle Chess Club
Tournament Director
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Final Standings, Concord-Carlisle Scholastic Ladder #5 – 12-14-2019

# Place Name ID Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Tot
1 1-3 STANLEY YU 17079108 354 673 W9 W8 W11 W3 L2 U— 4.0
2   JAYDEN WU 16671526 940 1013 W5 W10 W7 U— W1 U— 4.0
3   YIHENG LIU 17229912 unr. 894 W19 W18 W4 L1 W8 U— 4.0
4 4-5 BRANDON YANCHE LI 16270151 855 863 W12 D7 L3 W17 W13 U— 3.5
5   URI NETZER 17240063 unr. 761 L2 W14 W16 D13 W9 U— 3.5
6 6 RICHARD Z HUANG 16917755 533 544 H— H— U— L10 W16 W9 3.0
7 7 NIKOLAS KOCIC 16739587 749 802 W13 D4 L2 U— W11 U— 2.5
8 8-12 ANTONIO FENG 16486682 625 601 W16 L1 W15 L12 L3 U— 2.0
9   LEO RANSON 17039940 262 342 L1 W19 U— W14 L5 L6 2.0
10   ETHAN W ZHANG 17088714 470 560 W11 L2 U— W6 L12 U— 2.0
11   ALEXANDER XIONG 17192380 435 437 L10 W16 L1 W19 L7 U— 2.0
12   GENTRY THATCHER 16379048 766 742 L4 L13 U— W8 W10 U— 2.0
13 13-15 ZIV DUDNIK 17192718 755 739 L7 W12 U— D5 L4 U— 1.5
14   SANTIAGO RABASA 17197323 unr. 331 L18 L5 W17 L9 D15 U— 1.5
15   ANTHONY LIU 17239987 unr. 357 W17 U— L8 L16 D14 U— 1.5
16 16-18 LANG YUAN 16784076 592 495 L8 L11 L5 W15 L6 U— 1.0
17   EVERETT JACINTO 17239752 unr. 206 L15 U— L14 L4 W19 U— 1.0
18   VIRAJ PRABHAKAR 17236600 unr. 642 W14 L3 U— U— U— U— 1.0
19 19 ARIANA YAP 17068506 227 155 L3 L9 U— L11 L17 U— 0.0
23
Nov
19

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic December Ladder – 12-14-2019

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic December Ladder
Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742

General Information
 

Event Organizer: Concord-Carlisle Chess Club  
Event Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Saturday, December 14, 2019
Time Control: 4-Round Ladder Format, G/30 d5, USCF-Rated
Rounds Time: 1st Round 10:00 AM; players’ next games begin shortly after their previous ones are completed
Byes: One half-point bye available in every round except the last, with advance notification
Prize Info: Trophies to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd place players by Ladder placement and then by Points; no player may win more than one Trophy
Inquiry: nicholas@xenophon98.com    781-733-0849
Event Webpage: concordcarlislechess.org
Registration Information
 

Entry Fee: $15 for pre-registration ($10 for Club Members) by end of day on 12/13/2019; $20 at the door ($15 for Club Members)
Registration – Onsite: 9:15-9:45 AM for NEW registrants (pre-enrolled registrants may arrive up to 9:45 AM)
Registration – Online: Available till END OF DAY OF 12/13/2019.
Membership Requirement: All sections require current USCF Memberships in good standing (registration for $17/year at https://secure2.uschess.org/webstore/member.php)
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: Register Now! Open (regular rate)
Register Now! Open (discount rate for Concord Club members)
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • One Open Section: Ladder format: no eliminations — on average, participants will play 4+ rounds
  • Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241
  • 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
  • Please bring Chess CLOCKS if you own one to ensure we will not be short.
  • Club members include all the Concord-Carlisle chess organizations: CC Chess Society, Carlisle, Alcott, Willard, and Thoreau chess clubs

 


  • MACA provides tournament listing for all as a service to the chess community. For question, comments, or dispute regarding events that are not organized by MACA, please contact the tournament organizer directly.
  • Remember that each player is responsible for bringing and setting up their clock. Please refer to the Metrowest Chess Club Digital Clock Guide for instructions on how to set digital clocks.
  • MACA does not recommend but allows US Chess approved electronic scorekeeping devices. Please note that some national tournaments held by US Chess ban electronic scorekeeping, so be sure to know how to keep score without aid of electronics.
  • If online registration is enabled on this event, you can Join/Renew your USCF and MACA membership at the online registration page. If online registration is not available, you can join MACA (The Massachusetts Chess Association) at our Online Membership Form and USCF (United States Chess Federation) at USCF Membership Page.
02
Nov
19

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic November Ladder – 11-09-2019

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic November Ladder
Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742

General Information

Event Organizer: Concord-Carlisle Chess Club  
Event Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Saturday, November 09, 2019
Time Control: 4-Round Ladder Format, G/30 d5, USCF-Rated
Rounds Time: 1st Round 10:00 AM; others as previous round is completed
Byes: One half-point bye available in every round except the last, with advance notification
Prize Info: Trophies to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd place players in each section with at least six players competing
Inquiry: nicholas@xenophon98.com    781-733-0849
Event Webpage: concordcarlislechess.org
Registration Information

Entry Fee: $15 for pre-registration ($10 for Club Members) by end of day on 11/8/2019; $20 at the door ($15 for Club Members)
Registration – Onsite: 9:15-9:45 AM for NEW registrants (pre-enrolled registrants may arrive up to 9:45 AM)
Registration – Online: Available till END OF DAY OF 11/7/2019.
Membership Requirement: All sections require current USCF Memberships in good standing
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: Register Now! Regular ($15)
Register Now! Concord Club Discount ($10)
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • One Open Section: Ladder format: no eliminations — on average, participants will play 4+ rounds
  • Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241
  • 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
  • Please bring Chess CLOCKS if you own one to ensure we will not be short.

  • Club members include all the Concord-Carlisle chess organizations: CC Chess Society, Carlisle, Alcott, Willard, and Thoreau chess clubs


  • MACA provides tournament listing for all as a service to the chess community. For question, comments, or dispute regarding events that are not organized by MACA, please contact the tournament organizer directly.
  • Remember that each player is responsible for bringing and setting up their clock. Please refer to the Metrowest Chess Club Digital Clock Guide for instructions on how to set digital clocks.
  • MACA does not recommend but allows US Chess approved electronic scorekeeping devices. Please note that some national tournaments held by US Chess ban electronic scorekeeping, so be sure to know how to keep score without aid of electronics.
  • If online registration is enabled on this event, you can Join/Renew your USCF and MACA membership at the online registration page. If online registration is not available, you can join MACA (The Massachusetts Chess Association) at our Online Membership Form and USCF (United States Chess Federation) at USCF Membership Page.
10
Apr
19

Final Standings, Concord-Carlisle April Scholastic Ladder – 04-07-2019

Fellow Concord-Carlisle Scholastic players,

 

We wrapped up the 2018-2019 Scholastic season at Concord-Carlisle Chess Club with our 3rd Ladder. The number of players who participated went up to 22 players, up from 14 players in February. Thanks in abundance to David West of Carlisle who helped Concord-Carlisle Chess Club institute the Ladder Format for the first time anywhere in my tenure as TD. After a rather bumpy start, it has emerged a great success.

 

Special recognition to my two Newton students Max Zuckernik and Erik Shin who both got 2 Points. Although they did not place, they nonetheless saw both of their Ratings go up. I am proud of these two as representatives of our Newton chess classes at F.A. Day Middle School.

 

 

Winners:

 

[Note: There was an error in the recording of a result at the end that caused the wrong prizes to be awarded onsite. The list below is the corrected roster with the error fixed:]

 

Ladder:

 

1st Place: Evan Ning

2nd Place: Bohan Wang

3rd Place: Austin Fischl

 

Points:

 

1st Place: Ian Van Hulle

2nd Place: Max Booth

3rd Place (tied): Shakthi Saravanan, Jayden Wu

 

The next two Scholastic events I am directing are the following:

 

4/21/19: BCF April Scholastics

 

http://masschess.org/Events/Event_Details.aspx?Event_ID=6703

 

5/12/19: Future Masters Scholastics, NEMA, Burlington, MA

 

So save up some reserve energy for more Scholastics in the spring! We’ll see you over the board.

 

Nicholas P. Sterling, Ph.D.

Concord-Carlisle Chess Club

Tournament Director

 

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Current Number Initial Rank Name Points Standings Position
1 2 Evan Ning 4 1
2 8 Bohan Christopher Wang 3 3
3 5 Austin Fischl 2 15
4 1 Ian Van Hulle 3.5 2
5 4 Jayden Wu 2.5 6
6 18 Max Booth 3 4
7 9 Eilam  Kuo 2 8
8 6 Max Zuckernik 2 7
9 11 Raymond Vasile 2 10
10 10 Shakthi Saravanan 2.5 5
11 12 Alexander Nicholas Skulte 2 16
12 14 Aren Kaya Veral 2 11
13 7 Malin Kuo 1.5 18
14 13 Christian Li 2 9
15 16 Erik Shin 2 14
16 3 Alden Kuo 0 22
17 21 Ilan Potashinsky 2 17
18 22 Sohum Srivastava 0.5 20
19 19 Trent Sturtevant 2 13
20 20 Leo Ranson 2 12
21 15 Alexander Proscurshim 0.5 19
22 17 Harry Lee 0 21

 

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Final Standings, Concord-Carlisle April Scholastic Ladder, 04-09-2019

# Name ID Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Evan Ning 16769860 1085 W2 W9 W22 W8 U— 4.0 1st Ladder
2 Ian Van Hulle 15170895 1243 L1 W5 W3 W21 D6 3.5 1st Points
3 Bohan Christopher Wang 16880573 568 W18 U— L2 W12 W7 3.0 2nd Ladder
4 Max Booth 16809721 unr. W21 U— L10 W19 W22 3.0 2nd Points
5 Shakthi Saravanan 16031262 431 L8 L2 W19 W10 D14 2.5 3rd Points
6 Jayden Wu 16671526 916 W22 U— W7 U— D2 2.5 3rd Points
7 Max Zuckernik 15879444 615 W15 W13 L6 U— L3 2.0  
8 Eilam Hao Kuo 16398651 502 W5 L11 W9 L1 U— 2.0  
9 Christian Y Li 16923000 371 W11 L1 L8 W13 U— 2.0  
10 Raymond Vasile 16301470 401 L16 U— W4 L5 W11 2.0  
11 Aren Kaya Veral 16865650 133 L9 W8 W17 U— L10 2.0  
12 Leo Ranson 17039940 unr. L13 W19 W21 L3 L18 2.0  
13 Trent Sturtevant 17028708 unr. W12 L7 W20 L9 U— 2.0  
14 Erik Shin 16806873 106 W19 L15 U— D18 D5 2.0  
15 Austin Fischl 16734328 842 L7 W14 U— W16 U— 2.0 3rd Ladder
16 Alexander Nicholas Skulte 15503548 383 W10 U— W18 L15 U— 2.0  
17 Ilan Potashinsky 17014227 unr. W20 U— L11 U— W21 2.0  
18 Malin Xian Kuo 16398357 599 L3 U— L16 D14 W12 1.5  
19 Alexander Proscurshim 17021691 107 L14 L12 L5 L4 D20 0.5  
20 Sohum Srivastava 17034477 unr. L17 U— L13 U— D19 0.5  
21 Harry Lee 17021486 105 L4 U— L12 L2 L17 0.0  
22 Alden Kuo 16146628 993 L6 U— L1 U— L4 0.0  

 

 

31
Mar
19

Waltham SPRINGTIME Ladder – 03-22-2019

Fellow Waltham CC Players,

On my father’s 87th brithday, I celebrated with all my friends at Waltham Chess Club with the launching of the first ever Waltham Chess Club LADDER! It was awesome to have 17 players give the Ladder Format a try, and I received rave reviews for it. On this occasion, we made this an Unrated event to try it out. Should this format prove popular enough to elevate it, we’ll do some Rated events down the road. We may also put Unrated Ladders on our Pizza Nights.

The best part of the Ladder is that players are paired on a rolling basis, instead of having to wait until all games are finished before being re-paired. Additionally, because games can finish quickly, players can get to play far more than 4 games, as many as 8 in some cases. Therefore, there’s time for lots of chess for everyone ongoing.

We welcomed a new player Sean Barkowsky and hope he will join us on our future Unrated nights.

Winners:

Ladder:

1st Place: Anand Nair
2nd Place: Dattasai Kilari
3rd Place: Daniel Korbacher

Point Score:

1st Place: Stephen Desouza
2nd – 3rd Places (tied): Nagendranath Natti, Sean Barkowsky

LADDER is awesome! See you for the next (likely Memorial Day weekend).

Nicholas P. Sterling, Ph.D.
Waltham Chess Club
Tournament Director & Ladder Maestro

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Final Ladder Standings

 

Current Number

Initial Rank Name Points Standings Position
1 2 Anand Nair 5.5 2
2 1 Ross Eldridge (played Amateur) 2 14
3 9 Dattasai Kilari 5.5 3
4 6 Daniel W Korbacher 4.5 5
5 10 Stephen E Carlin 2 13
6 4 Benjamin Yin 4 7
7 17 Joseph Martinez 1 15
8 7 David W Martin 3.5 9
9 5 Sean Barkowsky 4.5 4
10 11 Venkata Sai Chai Kandibanda 4 8
11 12 Stephen Desouza 6 1
12 3 Yuriy Zhaurov 3 10
13 14 Rithika Kilari 2 12
14 13 Nagendranath Natti 4.5 6
15 8 Prachi Dayal 3 11
16 15 Ledio Zarka 1 16
17 16 Daniel Carlin 0 17

 

Final Point Standings, Waltham SPRINGTIME Ladder – 03-22-2019

# Name ID Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Rd 7 Rd 8 Rd 9 Rd 10 Rd 11 Tot  Prize
1 Stephen Desouza 12811020 1240 W8 U— W16 L10 L9 W15 W17 U— W3 W11 U— 6.0 1st Points
2 Anand Nair 15223527 1778 L14 U— W13 U— U— D6 W9 U— W10 W7 W4 5.5 1st Ladder
3 Dattasai Kilari 16429310 1330 W13 U— W7 W15 U— W9 W5 U— L1 D4 U— 5.5 2nd Ladder
4 Sean Barkowsky 13800136 1607 W5 U— L6 W11 U— L8 U— W12 W16 D3 L2 4.5 2nd-3rd Points
5 Daniel W Korbacher 13147702 1595 L4 U— W17 D8 U— W12 L3 U— W6 W10 U— 4.5 3rd Ladder
6 Nagendranath Natti 15481128 1012 W12 U— W4 W17 U— D2 L7 U— L5 W16 U— 4.5 2nd-3rd Points
7 Benjamin Yin 15583212 1682 W10 U— L3 W13 U— U— W6 U— W9 L2 U— 4.0  
8 Venkata Sai Chai Kandibanda 14697088 1258 L1 W15 U— D5 U— W4 U— U— W11 D9 U— 4.0  
9 David W Martin 12877246 1535 W11 U— L14 U— W1 L3 L2 W15 L7 D8 U— 3.5  
10 Yuriy Zhaurov 14256202 1717 L7 U— W12 W1 U— W14 U— U— L2 L5 U— 3.0  
11 Prachi Dayal 16442640 1490 L9 U— W15 L4 U— W17 W12 U— L8 L1 U— 3.0  
12 Rithika Kilari 16429325 944 L6 U— L10 W16 U— L5 L11 L4 L13 W17 U— 2.0  
13 Stephen E Carlin 12674473 1312 L3 U— L2 L7 U— W16 U— U— W12 U— U— 2.0  
14 Ross Eldridge 12399747 1843 W2 U— W9 U— U— L10 U— U— U— U— U— 2.0  
15 Joseph Martinez 17013471 408 U— L8 L11 L3 U— L1 U— L9 W17 U— U— 1.0  
16 Ledio Zarka 17003171 782 W17 U— L1 L12 U— L13 U— U— L4 L6 U— 1.0  
17 Daniel Carlin 16895561 484 L16 U— L5 L6 U— L11 L1 U— L15 L12 U— 0.0  

 

 

Wallchart, Waltham SPRINGTIME Ladder – 03-22-2019

# Name/Rtng/ID St/Tm Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Rd 7 Rd 8 Rd 9 Rd 10 Rd 11
1 Ross Eldridge MA B 2 —- W 7 —- —- W 3 —- —- —- —- —-
1843 12399747 (1862) 1.0 U1.0 2.0 U2.0 U2.0 2.0 U2.0 U2.0 U2.0 U2.0 U2.0
2 Anand Nair MA W 1 —- B 10 —- —- W 13 W 7 —- B 3 W 4 W 5
1778 15223527 (1840) 0.0 U0.0 1.0 U1.0 U1.0 1.5 2.5 U2.5 3.5 4.5 5.5
3 Yuriy Zhaurov MA B 4 —- B 14 W 12 —- B 1 —- —- W 2 W 6 —-
1717 14256202 (1872) 0.0 U0.0 1.0 2.0 U2.0 3.0 U3.0 U3.0 3.0 3.0 U3.0
4 Benjamin Yin MA W 3 —- B 9 W 10 —- —- B 13 —- B 7 B 2 —-
1682 15583212 (1800) 1.0 U1.0 1.0 2.0 U2.0 U2.0 3.0 U3.0 4.0 4.0 U4.0
5 Sean Barkowsky B 6 —- B 13 W 8 —- B 11 —- B 14 W 15 W 9 B 2
1607 13800136 (1713) 1.0 U1.0 1.0 2.0 U2.0 2.0 U2.0 3.0 4.0 4.5 4.5
6 Daniel W Korbacher MA W 5 —- B 16 B 11 —- W 14 W 9 —- B 13 B 3 —-
1595 13147702 (1670) 0.0 U0.0 1.0 1.5 U1.5 2.5 2.5 U2.5 3.5 4.5 U4.5
7 David W Martin MA B 8 —- B 1 —- W 12 W 9 B 2 B 17 W 4 B 11 —-
1535 12877246 (1641) 1.0 U1.0 1.0 U1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 3.0 3.5 U3.5
8 Prachi Dayal MA W 7 —- B 17 B 5 —- W 16 B 14 —- W 11 B 12 —-
1490 16442640 (1478) 0.0 U0.0 1.0 1.0 U1.0 2.0 3.0 U3.0 3.0 3.0 U3.0
9 Dattasai Kilari MA B 10 —- W 4 W 17 —- B 7 B 6 —- W 12 B 5 —-
1330 16429310 (1416) KILARI 1.0 U1.0 2.0 3.0 U3.0 4.0 5.0 U5.0 5.0 5.5 U5.5
10 Stephen E Carlin MA W 9 —- W 2 B 4 —- W 15 —- —- W 14 —- —-
1312 12674473 (1436) CARLIN 0.0 U0.0 0.0 0.0 U0.0 1.0 U1.0 U1.0 2.0 U2.0 U2.0
11 Venkata Sai Chai Kandibanda MA B 12 B 17 —- W 6 —- W 5 —- —- B 8 W 7 —-
1258 14697088 (1258) 0.0 1.0 U1.0 1.5 U1.5 2.5 U2.5 U2.5 3.5 4.0 U4.0
12 Stephen Desouza MA W 11 —- B 15 B 3 B 7 W 17 B 16 —- B 9 W 8 —-
1240 12811020 (1383) 1.0 U1.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 U4.0 5.0 6.0 U6.0
13 Nagendranath Natti MA B 14 —- W 5 W 16 —- B 2 W 4 —- W 6 B 15 —-
1012 15481128 (868) 1.0 U1.0 2.0 3.0 U3.0 3.5 3.5 U3.5 3.5 4.5 U4.5
14 Rithika Kilari MA W 13 —- W 3 B 15 —- B 6 W 8 W 5 B 10 W 16 —-
944 16429325 (906) KILARI 0.0 U0.0 0.0 1.0 U1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 U2.0
15 Ledio Zarka B 16 —- W 12 W 14 —- B 10 —- —- B 5 W 13 —-
782 17003171 (518) 1.0 U1.0 1.0 1.0 U1.0 1.0 U1.0 U1.0 1.0 1.0 U1.0
16 Daniel Carlin W 15 —- W 6 B 13 —- B 8 W 12 —- B 17 B 14 —-
484 16895561 CARLIN 0.0 U0.0 0.0 0.0 U0.0 0.0 0.0 U0.0 0.0 0.0 U0.0
17 Joseph Martinez —- W 11 W 8 B 9 —- B 12 —- W 7 W 16 —- —-
408 17013471 (408) U0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 U0.0 0.0 U0.0 0.0 1.0 U1.0 U1.0

 

15
Mar
19

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic April Ladder – 04-07-2019

Concord-Carlisle Scholastic April Ladder
at Concord-Carlisle High School
Sunday April 7, 2019
9:15 AM – 3 PM

——————–
Registration: 9:15-9:45 AM
Rounds 1-4 10:00 AM-3:00 PM (may finish earlier)
$15 regular rate for advance registration by 4/4/2019 ($10 for Concord CC Members);
$20 regular rate at door ($15 for Concord CC Members).

E-Mail for Advance Registration: nicholas@xenophon98.com

Website for Advance Registration with PayPal:
Concord-Carlisle Scholastic April Ladder – Chess Event Details on MACA

Location:
Concord-Carlisle High School
500 Walden Street
Concord, MA 01742

One RATED Scholastic Section:
LADDER Format

Please bring boards, sets, and ESPECIALLY CLOCKS if you have them. All
of these will be provided at the site for those who do not have them.

Players must have a current membership with the United States Chess Federation (USCF: annual fee $17 to join or renew, depending on age); sign-up at site can be arranged, or you can enroll online at
uschess.org or by calling 800-903-8723 (or 931-787-1234) during daytime business hours.

First, second, and third prizes will be awarded to the
top three winners on the Ladder.




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