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Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day Scholastic

The Central Florida Chess Club sponsored its Orlando Autumn Open to coincide with the USCF’s National Chess Day (October 10-12, 2014). With so many events occurring in September and October, including Florida’s State Championship, Bill Goichberg’s Southern Open and Maurice Ashley’s Millionaire Chess tournament, our event had a decreased attendance. Nevertheless, the games were hard fought in all sections.

In the Open section Eric Cooke who was second ranked in USCF rating (2284) but top ranked in FIDE rating raced out to a 4-0 score. In the second round, Cooke knocked off his chief rival, top rated John Ludwig (2300). Cooke’s path to first was made easier by upset losses suffered by masters Makaio Krienke (2229) to expert Andres Hernandez and FM Stephen Stoyko (2277) to Krienke. In round four, Krienke had a sure drawn ending against Cooke, but overestimated his chances and lost the Bishop vs. Knight Ending. The final round pairings had Cooke a clear point ahead of the field paired against Nick Moore (2073) on board one while Makaio Krienke’s reward for his round four loss was to get black against Ludwig on board two. Krienke opened his game with 1.c4 h5!? and was summarily punished. Meanwhile, board one was a complicated Sicilian and the players agreed to a draw after almost four hours, giving Cooke the title.

 

2014 Orlando Autumn Open

Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day

FIDE Standings. Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day: Premier

# Name Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Eric Cooke 2179 2216 W7 W2 W10 W8 D3 4.5 700.00/Under 2200 1st
2 John Gabriel Ludwig 2157 2177 W4 L1 W6 W10 W8 4.0 350.00/Under 2200 2nd
3 Nickolas Arthur Moore 2073 2095 L8 W11 W7 W5 D1 3.5 210.00
4 Roshan Jayaraman 1902 1961 L2 B— W13 D9 W10 3.5 210.00
5 Truman Hoang 2008 2003 W11 L9 W12 L3 D7 2.5 23.33
6 Adam Kutikoff 1971 1972 D9 D12 L2 D11 W13 2.5 23.33
7 Abhimanyu Banerjee 1948 1954 L1 W13 L3 W12 D5 2.5 23.33
8 Makaio W Krienke 2167 2152 W3 L10 W9 L1 L2 2.0  
9 FM Stephen Stoyko 2165 2150 D6 W5 L8 D4 U— 2.0  
10 Andres Hernandez 2033 2028 W13 W8 L1 L2 L4 2.0  
11 Kapish Potula 1942 1918 L5 L3 B— D6 D12 2.0  
12 Tianhui [cindy] Jie 1728 1734 H— D6 L5 L7 D11 1.5  
13 Kai Tabor 1943 1895 L10 L7 L4 B— L6 1.0  

 
Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day

SwissSys Standings. Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day: Under 2000

# Name Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Warren Jones 1930 1943 D14 W18 W13 W7 D3 4.0 490.00
2 Sam W Sokhanvari 1928 1935 W9 L7 W11 W13 H— 3.5 116.67
3 John S Givler 1885 1906 W15 W8 D7 D6 D1 3.5 116.67
4 James A Kirk 1866 1867 W20 L13 W18 D10 W6 3.5 116.67
5 Robert Wagner 1890 1891 D19 D14 D9 W16 H— 3.0  
6 Felix Porrata 1824 1837 D12 W19 W16 D3 L4 3.0  
7 Carlos Cateriano 1811 1832 W17 W2 D3 L1 D10 3.0  
8 James R Mc Tigue 1800 1813 W10 L3 H— W12 H— 3.0  
9 Nikhil Kumar 1793 1819 L2 W17 D5 D11 W14 3.0 140.00/U1800 1st
10 Naman Kumar 1598 1706 L8 W15 W19 D4 D7 3.0 140.00/U1800 2nd
11 Jackie Liu 1823 1812 L13 W20 L2 D9 W17 2.5  
12 Paul Leggett 1716 1735 D6 L16 W20 L8 W19 2.5  
13 Lixin Zheng 1658 1729 W11 W4 L1 L2 D15 2.5  
14 David A Raymond 1800 1795 D1 D5 H— H— L9 2.0  
15 Aaron Matthew Straub 1781 1756 L3 L10 D17 W20 D13 2.0  
16 Amy Tsai 1896 1873 H— W12 L6 L5 U— 1.5  
17 William Campbell Macom 1649 1646 L7 L9 D15 W19 L11 1.5  
18 Sofia Ferrer 1632 1618 U— L1 L4 U— U— 1.0  
19 Bruce Kutikoff 1788 1723 D5 L6 L10 L17 L12 0.5  
20 Bill N Langford 1777 1717 L4 L11 L12 L15 U— 0.0  

 
Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day

SwissSys Standings. Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day: Under 1700

# Name Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Kelvin Ng 1600 1710 W21 D19 W17 W6 W4 4.5 350.00
2 Sean Northrup 1541 1659 D23 W27 W19 W16 W6 4.5 350.00
3 Connor Eickelman 1506 1644 W12 L4 W25 W7 W10 4.0 140.00
4 Aaron Hawkins 1647 1683 W20 W3 W13 H— L1 3.5  
5 Harrison Givens 1684 1667 L19 W15 W9 D13 D12 3.0  
6 Danny Daniels 1668 1669 W8 W18 W7 L1 L2 3.0  
7 Brennan Charles Hinson 1581 1593 W22 W10 L6 L3 W13 3.0  
8 Jay Norman Sharpless 1548 1549 L6 D22 W24 D19 W21 3.0  
9 Ignacio Serrato 1535 1544 L16 W26 L5 W27 W22 3.0  
10 Alan Smith 1443 1530 W25 L7 W18 W17 L3 3.0 140.00/U1500 1st
11 Atticus Grant Augustine Halley 1348 1423 B— L17 D12 D18 W19 3.0 140.00/U1500 2nd
12 Herbert Menendez 1666 1636 L3 W20 D11 D14 D5 2.5  
13 Cesar Gonell 1572 1577 W26 W16 L4 D5 L7 2.5  
14 James P.s. Wnek 1458 1467 H— W23 L16 D12 D15 2.5  
15 Pranav Abbaraju 1301 1366 H— L5 D22 W26 D14 2.5  
16 Barry Alan Hyman 1689 1666 W9 L13 W14 L2 U— 2.0  
17 Satvik Reddy 1578 1549 H— W11 L1 L10 D18 2.0  
18 Keshav Singh 1539 1508 W24 L6 L10 D11 D17 2.0  
19 Paul Anthony Engrand 1516 1517 W5 D1 L2 D8 L11 2.0  
20 Jacob Newman 1487 1457 L4 L12 L21 B— W27 2.0  
21 Ayush Maddikonda 1484 1475 L1 L25 W20 W23 L8 2.0  
22 Jancarlo Cruz 1444 1431 L7 D8 D15 W24 L9 2.0  
23 Agastya Mittal 1396 1375 D2 L14 D27 L21 B— 2.0  
24 Nathan Foo 1304 1296 L18 B— L8 L22 W26 2.0  
25 Erika L Mclean 1578 1552 L10 W21 L3 U— U— 1.0  
26 David Yuan Liu 1438 1359 L13 L9 B— L15 L24 1.0  
27 Siva Abbaraju 1411 1370 H— L2 D23 L9 L20 1.0  

 
Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day

SwissSys Standings. Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day: Under 1400

# Name Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Michael Catacutan 1330 1389 W4 W3 W6 L2 W7 4.0 350.00
2 Logan M Phillips 1187 1363 D6 W8 W5 W1 D3 4.0 350.00
3 Brandon Sibbitt 1322 1377 W5 L1 W4 W6 D2 3.5 140.00
4 Sharanya Singh 1350 1302 L1 D5 L3 W7 B— 2.5  
5 Perry Barr 1263 1252 L3 D4 L2 B— W6 2.5 140.00/Under 1300 1st
6 Charles Bell 1297 1241 D2 W7 L1 L3 L5 1.5 35.00/Under 1300 2nd
7 Tony Nunez 265 264 B— L6 H— L4 L1 1.5 35.00
8 Lonnie Parnell 1232 1213 H— L2 U— U— U— 0.5  

 
Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day

SwissSys Standings. Orlando Autumn Open & National Chess Day: Scholastic U1200

# Name Rtng Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize
1 Camille Sibbitt 1189 1298 W5 W8 W2 W4 W3 5.0 175.00/Trophy U1200
2 Carter E Yaskovic 1035 1094 W7 W9 L1 W5 W4 4.0 105.00
3 Gabriel Ferrer 1182 1140 W6 L4 W7 W9 L1 3.0  
4 Cyrus Matini 975 1027 W10 W3 W8 L1 L2 3.0 35.00/Trophy U1000
5 Kency Mocombe 900 938 L1 W11 W6 L2 W8 3.0 35.00
6 Sam T Matini 799 768 L3 W10 L5 D7 B— 2.5 35.00
7 Ananth Abbaraju 638 659 L2 B— L3 D6 W9 2.5 35.00/Trophy U800
8 Tanish Potula 993 936 W11 L1 L4 W10 L5 2.0  
9 Shubham Kale 421 414 B— L2 W11 L3 L7 2.0  
10 Neiman Mocombe unr. 440 L4 L6 B— L8 W11 2.0  
11 Badri Saketh Pratti unr. 100 L8 L5 L9 B— L10 1.0  

 

Central Florida Chess Club, Lerman take awards at USCF Ceremony

The United States Chess Federation held its annual awards banquet at the Rosen Centre Hotel today (August 2)  and The Central Florida Chess Club took home a big honor.  First though, it was organizer Harvey Lerman who collected a Lifetime Achievement Award.

USCF Awards banquet (12)

Chess in Education director Steve Shutt and Harvey Lerman

 

After several other awards were presented, The Central Florida Chess Club was honored as the United States Chess Federation chess club of the Year.  President Larry Storch and Harvey accepted the award for the club.  After MC Steven Shutt read a short paragraph about the club, Larry took the microphone and acknowledged the passing of Paul Hargett, one of the club’s former presidents,

USCF Awards banquet (26)

Larry Storch accepts award for the Central Florida chess Club with remarks about the passing of Paul Hargett, an early president of the club.

Present at the awards were many USCF dignitaries including President Ruth Haring, Allen Priest, VP of Finance, Editor of Chess Life Dan Lucas, Executive Director Jean Hoffman, Director of Events Franc Guadalupe and many more.

USCF Awards banquet (17)

Thad Rogers Lifetime Achievement Award

 

The text of remarks about the Central Florida Chess Club appear below:

The Central Florida Chess club was created  in 1986 as a result of a merger between the Orlando Chess club and the Winter Park Chess Club.  The club has had many locations and directors, but two members who have guided it from its inception through the present were President Larry Storch and treasurer and senior td Harvey Lerman.  Over the years, contributions have been made by many players and organizers; Paul Hargett, Bob Diday, Nick Schoonmaker, Jonathan Lee, Roderic van Beuzekom, Michael Leavitt, Wayne Strickland, Chuck Hall  and many others.  The club served as a meeting place for chess players, but as technology changed the landscape of chess, and more online opportunities presented themselves, The Central Florida Chess Club evolved as well.  We created one of the most informative websites in the country so players from all over the region could keep up with events.  We also devoted time and money into hosting three major tournaments every year, as well as monthly tornadoes and our club championship which has run continuously since 1987.  In addition, we sponsor a Grand Prix which rewards players for tournament participation.

 

Today we are one of only a handful of clubs that have served the chess community for the past 27 years.  Though our leadership, we have had active scholastic programs, supported prison chess and funded youth programs.  This past year we held an invitational tournament for the strongest young players in Central Florida.  Many strong masters made their starts through our club including FM Miles Ardaman, GM Alejandro Ramirez, GM Ray Robson IM Daniel Ludwig and many more.  As we go forward, the Central Florida Chess Club will always be at the forefront of Florida chess.

 

 

Larry Storch ties for First in US Open Weekend Swiss

The US Open Chess tournament started off with a bang in Orlando with a tie for first for life master Larry Storch.  Storch tied for first with young phenom Ruifeng Li (2420) and English master John Duggan (2302).  Fifty-two players participated in the G/60 event which took place on the first weekend of the US Open at the Rosen Centre hotel on International Drive.  The tournament goes through Sunday, August 3.

 

No. Ttl Name                    St Rate Pts Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 Rnd5
1     Li, Ruifeng                    TX 2420 4.5 W 18 W 46 W 16 W 14 D2
2     Duggan, John                     2302 4.5 W 43 W 22 W  6 W  5 D1
3     Storch, Lawrence        FL  2200 4.5 W 44 W 12 D  8 W 15 W7
4     Rajasekaran, Vikas      VA 2168 4.0 W 34 W 13 L  5 W 23 W16
5     Moon, Benjamin         GA 1990 4.0 W 36 W 33 W  4 L  2 W14
6     Hansen, Martin          FL 2073 3.5 W 35 W 24 L  2 W 25 D12
7     Stewart, Evan              FL 1928 3.5  -H- W 38 W  9 W  8 L3
8     Strickland, Wayne     FL 1837 3.5 W 19 W 47 D  3 L  7 W22
9     O’Young, Coby            NH 1807 3.5 W 37 D 21 L  7 W 32 W23
10     Leggett, Paul               FL 1775 3.5 W 48  -H- L 15 W 42 W28
11     Day, Garry Dale           FL 1771 3.5 W 39 W 28 L 14 W 20 -H-
12     Kumar, Nikhil             FL 1658 3.5 W 40 L  3 W 34 W 21 D6
13     Liu, Jackie                   FL 1642 3.5 W 49 L  4 W 36 W 18 D15
14     Brashaw, Daniel         IA 2124 3.0 W 45 W 42 W 11 L  1 L5
15     Helfst, Matt D             FL 2074 3.0 W 26 D 23 W 10 L  3 D13
16     Johnson, Frank          GA 2039 3.0 W 27 W 32 L  1 W 33 L4
17     Villarreal, Brian L     IN 1814 3.0 L 28 W 39 L 25 W 44 W24
18     Singh, Keshav            FL 1496 3.0 L  1 W 48 W 31 L 13 W37
19     Matthews, Marcus    NC 1344 3.0 L  8 W 52 L 24 W 50 W33
20     Sibbitt, Camille         FL 1112 3.0 L 23 W 26  -X- L 11 W35
21     Nath, Anoop Raghu   FL      3.0 W 25 D  9  -H- L 12 W36
22     Davis, Charles R        TX 1662 2.5 W 30 L  2 W 35 D 24 L8
23     Zheng, Lixin               FL 1605 2.5 W 20 D 15 W 46 L  4 L9
24     Smith, Peyton J         MN 1582 2.5 W 51 L  6 W 19 D 22 L17
25     Salzgeber,  John        MS 1511 2.5 L 21 W 37 W 17 L  6 D29
26     Hamley, Ryan            FL 1422 2.5 L 15 L 20 D 40 W 45 -X-
27     Kumar, Naman          FL 1377 2.5 L 16 W 50 D 42 L 28 W43
28     Chin, Taban               FL 1330 2.5 W 17 L 11 D 32 W 27 L10
29     Ferrer, Sofia               FL 1261 2.5 L 46 D 44 D 43 W 47 D25
30     Mittal, Agastya         FL 1258 2.5 L 22 L 31 W 52 D 34 W44
31     Leyva, Anthony         FL 1798 2.0 L 38 W 30 L 18  -H- -H-
32     Hart, Jordan David  FL 1549 2.0 W 50 L 16 D 28 L  9 -H-
33     Taylor, Kevin P         IL 1524 2.0  -X- L  5 W 38 L 16 L19
34     Vogel, Rick                AZ 1462 2.0 L  4 W 49 L 12 D 30 D38
35     Chin, Lane                 FL 1383 2.0 L  6 W 41 L 22 W 40 L20
36     Sibbitt, Brandon      FL 1355 2.0 L  5 W 51 L 13 W 41 L21
37     Baer, Steve L             NY 1282 2.0 L  9 L 25 W 49 W 46 L18
38     Singh, Sharanya       FL 1270 2.0 W 31 L  7 L 33 D 43 D34
39     Vigil, Eric Golf          IA 1262 2.0 L 11 L 17 L 41 W 52 W49
40     Liu, David Yuan       FL 1230 2.0 L 12 D 45 D 26 L 35 W50
41     Tustin, Jesse Tolk     WV 1158 2.0 L 42 L 35 W 39 L 36 W46
42     Abdulaziz, Jahi         NC 1628 1.5 W 41 L 14 D 27 L 10 -F-
43     Harrs, Christian        FL 1496 1.5 L  2  -H- D 29 D 38 L27
44     Derwitsch, Mason A FL 1481 1.5 L  3 D 29 W 45 L 17 L30
45     Cruz, Jancarlo          FL 1427 1.5 L 14 D 40 L 44 L 26 W51
46     Weidenbenner, Eri  FL 1765 1.0 W 29 L  1 L 23 L 37 L41
47     Sanderlin, Joseph L FL 1515 1.0 W 52 L  8  -F- L 29 —
48     Ferrer, Gabriel         FL 1266 1.0 L 10 L 18 L 50 W 51 —
49     Sabol, Nicholas         FL 1170 1.0 L 13 L 34 L 37  -B- L39
50     See, Te                        NH  842 1.0 L 32 L 27 W 48 L 19 L40
51     Karandikar, Akhil     FL  893 0.5 L 24 L 36  -H- L 48 L45
52     Pryor, Kevin J          FL      0.0 L 47 L 19 L 30 L 39 —

 

Below are two games which that helped push the master to 4.5/5 points.  In the first, white zeroes in on black’s vulnerable c pawn, and when black tries to break out, the invasion of f5 decides matters.

In the second game, black plays inaccurately in the opening and pays the price.

 

 

 

Storch,Larry (2200) – Helfst,Matt (2079) [D60] US Open Weekend Swiss Rosen Center Orlando (4), 27.07.2014 [Storch,Larry]

1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Be7 4.Nf3 Nf6 5.Bg5 Nbd7 6.e3 0-0 7.Rc1 c6 8.Bd3 b6 9.0-0 Bb7 10.Qe2 Rc8 11.cxd5 [11.Rfd1] 11…Nxd5 12.Bxe7 Qxe7 13.Ba6! Nxc3 14.Rxc3 Bxa6 15.Qxa6 Rc7 16.Rfc1 Rfc8 17.Qa4 Qd6 18.b4 c5 19.bxc5 bxc5 20.Qc2 e5!? [20...c4 21.Nd2 Nb6=] 21.dxe5 Nxe5 22.Ng5 Qh6? [22...Qg6 23.Qxg6 hxg6 24.f4 Nd7 25.Kf2+/=] 23.Qf5! Ng6 [23…f6 24.Rxc5! Qxg5 (24…fxg5 25.Rxc7; 24…Rxc5 25.Qxc8+ Rxc8 26.Rxc8#) 25.Qe6+ Kf8 26.Rxc7+-] 24.Nxf7 Qh4 25.Nd6 Rf8 26.Qe6+ Kh8 27.g3 Qg5 28.Ne4 1-0

Storch,Larry (2200) – Stewart,Evan (1938) [E97] US Open Weekend Swiss Rosen Center Orlando (5), 27.07.2014 [Storch,Larry]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 d6 3.Nf3 g6 4.Nc3 Bg7 5.e4 0-0 6.Be2 e5 7.0-0 Nc6 8.d5 Nb4 9.a3 Na6 10.b4 c6 11.Nd2 Ne8 12.Nb3 f5 13.dxc6 [13.c5 dxc5 14.Bxa6 bxa6 15.dxc6] 13…bxc6 14.b5 Nac7 [14...cxb5?? 15.Qd5+] 15.bxc6 Nf6 16.f3 Kh8 17.Be3 f4 18.Bf2 g5 19.Rb1! h5 20.Na5! Qe7 21.Nb7 Nfe8 22.c5! Rf6 23.Qd2 [23.cxd6! Nxd6 24.Bc5 Nce8 25.Nd5 Qf7 26.Nxf6 Qxf6 27.Bxd6] 23…Rg6 [23…dxc5 24.Bxc5 Qf7 (24…Qe6 25.Nd8 Qg8 26.Be7 Rg6 27.Nd5) 25.Nd5 Rxc6 26.Nd8] 24.Rfd1 g4 [24...dxc5 25.Bxc5] 25.cxd6 Qg5 26.d7! g3 27.hxg3! fxg3 28.Qxg5 gxf2+ 29.Kxf2 Rxg5 30.d8Q Bf6 31.Qd2 Be6 32.Nd5 Nxd5 33.exd5 Bf5 34.Rb4 Nc7 35.d6 Rag8 36.g4! Ne6 37.Rh1 Nf4 38.Rxf4 exf4 39.Qxf4 Bxg4 40.Qxf6+ 1-0

 

Paul Hargett Passes Away

Central Florida Chess organizer and an early president of the Central Florida Chess club, Paul Hargett passed away Tuesday, July 29th at the age of 89.  Paul was battling health problems but still managed to play in his weekly blitz games.  Paul was an early president of the Central Florida Chess Club following the merger of the Orlando Chess Club and the Winter Park Chess Club in 1986.  He was honored with the cover of the Florida Chess News in September of 1994 as Central Florida’s chess organizer.  He will be missed.

USCF Awards banquet

Paul Hargett’s cover photo from the 1994 issue of Florida Chess News

 

Paul Hargett playing blitz chess

 

 

The “five minute gang”

 

 

Casselberry Chess Club to host Lecture

Ludwig, Baeza: The Perfect Storm at May Tornado

Twenty-three players turned out for the CFCC’s May tornado, the first of three summer tornadoes to be held at the Unitarian Church this year.  Among the throng of players were three masters and two experts along with a host of other hopefuls.  Top rated John Ludwig (2303) sailed through his games with little headwind and was joined by expert Jose Baeza (2097).  Second rated Alfonso Gabbedon (2210) had a rough event blundering in round two to Wayne Strickland (1803) and losing in the fourth round to Baeza.  Third rated Makaio Krienke (2202) won his first three games before losing a piece in time pressure to Ludwig in the last round.   In a three way tie for third through fifth with three points were Krienke, Andres Hernandez (2032) and Kai Tabor (1906).  All three players lost to top-rated Ludwig winning their other games.

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Wayne Strickland takes on Makaio Krienke in round three at the May Tornado.

 

The tornado was a big success for the Central Florida Chess Club as it had made a concerted effort to boost attendance at tornadoes.  In addition to the increased prize fund, there were two drawings for free entries into the next tornado.  The winners of those were Zach Robertson and Alfonso Gabbedon (note that masters normally get free entry fees with those fees deducted from any winnings.  In Alfonso’s case, there would be no deduction in the next tornado).  Flyers, emails and word of mouth also contributed to the large turnout.  Wayne Strickland made the push for more attendance and Harvey Lerman did the work.  Larry Storch also contributed providing refreshments and entering games.

SwissSys Wall Chart. CFCC May 2014 Tornado at UUU

# Name/Rtng/ID St/Tm Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4
1 John G** Ludwig FL B  13 W    6 B    5 W    3
2303   13721287 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0
2 Alfonso** Gabbedon FL W  14 B    8 W  13 W    4
2210   12775019 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0
3 Makaio W ** Krienke FL B  15 W    9 B    8 B    1
2202   13474768 1.0 2.0 3.0 3.0
4 Jose Rafael Baeza FL W  16 B  10 W  12 B    2
2097   14703591 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0
5 Andres Hernandez FL B  17 W  11 W    1 B    9
2032   13460747 1.0 2.0 2.0 3.0
6 Kai Tabor FL W  18 B    1 W  17 B  11
1906   12943433 1.0 1.0 2.0 3.0
7 David A Raymond FL bye B  12 W  23 B  16
1868   10231841 0.5 0.5 1.5 2.0
8 Wayne Strickland FL B  19 W    2 W    3 bye
1803   12440866 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.5
9 Paul Leggett FL W  20 B    3 W  21 W    5
1673   12481864 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0
10 Daniel K Smith FL B  21 W    4 B  19 —-
1631   12684427 1.0 1.0 1.0 U1.0
11 Cesar Gonell FL W  22 B    5 W  20 W    6
1597   12651613 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.0
12 Natahja Graddy FL B  23 W    7 B    4 bye
1530   14052183 1.0 2.0 2.0 2.5
13 Christian Harrs FL W    1 B  18 B    2 W  20
1485   14376224 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.0
14 Sofia Ferrer FL B    2 W  19 W  16 B  23
1343   14870396 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
15 Gabriel Ferrer FL W    3 B  20 W  22 bye
1317   14870381 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0
16 Brandon Sibbitt FL B    4 W  23 B  14 W    7
1300   14958795 0.0 0.5 1.5 2.0
17 Ryan E Hamley FL W    5 B  22 B    6 W  21
1299   14930548 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.0
18 Nathan Kelly FL B    6 W  13 bye B  22
1239   12745591 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0
19 Michael E Dudley FL W    8 B  14 W  10 bye
1200   15369193 0.0 1.0 2.0 2.5
20 Osvaldo J Ramirez FL B    9 W  15 B  11 B  13
1100   14196965 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
21 Camille Sibbitt FL W  10 bye B    9 B  17
1029   14958768 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
22 Sean Northrup FL B  11 W  17 B  15 W  18
unr.   15453298 0.0 0.0 1.0 2.0
23 Zachary J Robertson FL W  12 B  16 B    7 W  14
unr.   15452101 0.0 0.5 0.5 1.5

 

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CFCC Announces Spring & Summer Tornadoes

The CFCC Announces their Spring and Summer Tornado schedule featuring increased prizes and drawings for other prizes!  Our tornadoes are May 17th, July 12th and August 23rd.  All tornadoes will be played at the Unitarian Universalist Church near UCF.

4SS,G/75 $750 b/30 (1st place guaranteed) $200-120-80 class A,B,C,D,E$70 each

See Chess Life or centralflchess.org for complete details.

Special Prizes

Play May !

Be entered in our two drawings for FREE entry into the July tornado.

Play May and July !!

for a chance to win one FREE entry into August tornado or one FREE entry into a CFCC Grand Prix Event!

Play May, July and August !!!

Be entered in our two drawings

for FREE entry into CFCC Grand Prix Event

Drawings held before the start of the 3rd round.

One prize, per winner, per tornado.