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ISCA Quarterly July-Sept 1975

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Indiana's
Chess Quarterly
July-Sept,

1975

Terre

Haute Open

Gary Deuser T.O. and winners of Terre Haute Open Craig Chellstorp, Steve S1*!ncer, and William Martz

Novice

Chess

Novice Chess Another lndicnu's Photos.. 4th. Midwest Crosstable......... 3rd. Midwest Jr. Championship Indiana Premiere.................. Fireworks , ,........... Crosstable............. Indiana Fall Open............................................. Miracle.... Chess Ratings..............

.. 2-3 4-9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Now that the Fischer publicity has worn out, we see that many, many of the new players have dropped out of active chess in disenchantment. This article is geared towards the new players who are still hanging in there and whose ratings are below 1200. Obviously those who dropped out will never improve. Also, it is obvious to the experienced chess player that what these remaining new players need is practical experience In some four specific areas of chess. Play with a strong player is of course very good training, they are all willing to instruct. However, here is a number of things each new player should do on his own at home with his books and set at ready position. Study four openings as white and black against P-K4 and P-Q4. Most of you have already memorized one or two openings and have them incorrect. So I say check the books on these openings and frankly rememorize them for 10 moves or so. Take one opening per night at home until you are secure that you know all 10 moves. You may not understand the basic ideas behind these openings but if you get off to a good 10 move start, then you are going to give those 1300 players; a headache. You wi II be lost when your opponent leaves the book, but you are lost anyway as it is now. Don't try to memorize the entire Sicilian Defense; just 10 moves of one variation and play it every time you get the chance.

1. Open ings.

Terre Haute Open Crosstable..... U.S. Clo-od Chess Championship.........
Tournaments

16
17-20
21 "

2 . Tact lcs ,

& Officers

This area is fun to study. You need a book on midd Ie game problems such as - Combinations, The Heart of Chess- by Chernev. Keep this book where you can study one problem a day even if it is at odd times like when dressing, or just before going to sleep. Don't peek at the answers, stay with it for several days you'll be amazed at how an idea will come one day when it wouldn't the day before. This actually is the easiest area to study. Get one of the instructive endgame books such as -Endgame, Essential Knowledge - by Chernev. Take one basic idea as a subject for one night's study and learn one thing at a time. Don't forget to plan on a review period. A dozen basics here will show rapid improvement.

3. Endgame.

Ac know ledgments

U.S. Closed Championship

(Offical

publications

from Oberlin Colleao) .. 17 ~Il

4. Strategy.

eurnam nts (Chess Life & Review·

Tournament Life)

f!1

This IS slow going stuff, so don't bite off too many pages at once. General manuels on chess are needed here; Chess Fundamentals _ written by Capablanca will fill the bill.

uur

ov I

eurn ment director and top place winners at Terr H 111111 II. 'lPI flit) crosstable for this tournament is on page 16, Ilmllyllllmk til I .U•. 6. Terre Haute Chess Clubs plus Kenneth My! I Illill 1111ry lJ II rtor sponsortng such a fine tournament.

Now in closing, take it from an oldtimer (49 years 'of bad chess) that anyone of the above Items Will add 100 USCF points to that 1200 rating within 6 months or three t.Qurnaments. It wil.' increase your ... enjoyment of the royal game, however let me hasten.to add that It Will not increase your financial income. We play for fun, not the almighty dollar. In spite of all the Fischer money publicity, chess is fun.

1

ANOTHER

MIRACLE!

'for Indiana chess, it would be hard to believe that a team from Shelbyville could take Third Place in the National Junior High School, Championship (New Haven, Conn., May 3-4). Add the facts that the Shelby team was almost certainly the youngest in the tournament; that it had played only two matches before; and that its top player ranked 21st in afield that included an Expert (2018 in junior high!), two A players and many B's -- and the "miraculous" nature of their achievement is clear. The only two matches the Shelby team had played previously were the state JH regionals (Whiteland) in March and the Indiana JHS Championship in April - - and they won both. This may have surprised some, but not their coach, former Indiana champion Paul Fisher. At Boards One and Three the team had two tournament "veterans ;." aged 12 and 11, Chris Wheeler (1365) and Scott Richardson (1278). At Boards Two and Four it had secret w apons Mik Wiseman (PR 1325) and hrie ra b (PH 10GO)~ both pror:nhd.ng n w players. Res TV - pla:y r . ehn Brll.Y (u ) TV d . steam cs ptam. In th xe: l more of wJnningth stat tttle, players and l' nt 1'1'1" a III cI £ ~b( 1 11 0 ibl - - playing in the nationals two w tlkl:l, lu 'It. • 1 nal .!'ish r talked to the local sports edi't(1]", (md Lhougl v ry toubtful, he promised to do a story on Ll-H 1;( (1W. W h1uh rUin on Monday. The next day Fisher, story 111 hnnel, H t out 'to. raise funds from Shelbyville merchants. Ilut tIll Ll)tUUI\tJlont was four days, 800 miles and about $1200 uwny - mpossfble. Thursday the contributions had passed th th usand-dollar mark and I was on the phone discovermg th t no con 1vable combination of airlines, buses and limouames could get the team from here to New Haven. Fridayafternoon Fisher picked up the last donation and headed straight for the airport. Already weary, the team flew to. New York, rented a car, and get to New Haven rather late. (But not too late for Mike Wiseman to get into a hot skittles match in the motelv) Back in Shelbyville, the mother of one of the players dreamt that night that the team would finish in the top five -impossible.

If this weren't a year of "miracles"

Saturday night the boys phoned home to report that they had rolled up an excellent score of 10 1/2 - 5 1/2 in the first day's play. Chris Wheeler and Mike Wiseman scored 3 - l. (In avery stiff game, Chris almost upset the Expert, defending champ Lewis Cohen; Cohen went on to score 8-0 for the top individual honors). Scott Richardson added 2 points and Chris Graebe 2 1/2, including the stunner of the day: holding an A player 8.00points stronger to a draw. Paul Fisher got on the phone, and, eerily, repeated word for word what the ~ot~er had dreamed -- that the team would finish in the top five if they could keep playing well. But could they, tired as they were? . Fatigue did take its toll on Sunday, but the Shelby team still managed a solid 9 1/2 - 6 1/2 score for the day -- good enough to win the third place trophy and $100. Boards 3 & 4 scored well, and oddly, all four starters finished with 5 - 3 s~ores. None of the Shelby starters turned in a losing score eithe r day, and even inexperienced John Bray picked up three p.oi?ts in eight games. In contention all the way, Shelbyville finished 2 1/2 points behind the winners, Waltham Central of Massachusetts and Great Neck, N. Y. To their amusement, they finished 1 1/2 points ahead of the Illmots champs, a team that came with 8 players and matching jackets. At least one ether Indiana player competed. Playing as an independent, -Joe Hurt (1638) scored a fine 6 - 2 to finish 9th in individual play, in a field of 134. When the team got off the plane at Weir Cook on Monday afternoon, they were so washed out they could hardly smile, so great had the strain been; in fact, they walked around like zombies all week. The sports editor, a Believer now, gave them some fetching publicity, and at the annual awards day at Shelbyville JHS, a student body which had never even thought ~bout chess rose to give them a standing ovation. (I'm sorry ~fthat.so~ds like bragging; they earned it.) The mood today 1S Walt TIll Next Year! (After one miracle, why net more?) Chris Graebe has one more year of JH eligibility, all the rest h~ve at least two. So, more or less intact, the Shelby team ~Ill h~ve two more shots at the national junior high champIon~hip, andwho knows what they might do in high school competltion after that? -- Tim Wheeler

Indiana

players

active

from December

through

May 1975

Dan Maxwell Chas Maddigan Edward Vano John Petrison Bernard Parham Tony Campbell Robert Karnisky Spiro Bereveskos Paul Enright Van Vandivier Blaine Newcomb Dona Id Haffner M ic hae I Fletcher David Deming Edward Pope Dennis Gogel Michael Gant George If.vakovszky Jeff Baker Ra Iph Schreiber Edward B Isker Hans Pitters Paul Fisher Ric hard Swi alek Harry Val langeon Dona Id Urq uhart Hal Kibbey Samuel Shapiro Robert McSor ley Harold Smith William Sheridan Robert Srne Itzer Robart Florian David Skillman Greg Verchota David Jaffa Dennis Galstaman Loring Hannah Bruce Wright Larry Swlnel II Jim Mills Jr. Roger Oren Judy R i ppath Murray Newcomb Jeff Alsen Dave Derda Ken Hoffmeyer Daniel Gregg Randy Gilliland Kevin Clark Homer Peterson Carl LaWall

2258 2108 2042 2039 2027 1985 1981 1978 1966 1957 1928 1921 1908 1902 1894 1889 1876 1874 1859 1855 1851 1846 1839 1839 1833 1820 1817 1817 1799 1792 1784 1783 1781
1772

Robert Banta Chris Laskowski Robert Cool< William Wise Mark Frank Joe Hurt Rufus Simons Gary Deuser Jeff Hartz David O' Connor John Campbell Roel Thurman Richard Jones Albert Chao Greg Hopper Robert McGinnis Gary Day Ken Harman Tim McMahon Cornelius Hochsted ler Ric hard Robinson Robert Swewart Wi II iam Simpson John Williamson Hua Meng Robert Hale Jr. Charles Haley David Day Guan Teh James Moser Phillip Michael ~aymond Woodward Gunter Kisan Roy Ralralco Danny Vespa De lbum Carpenter Danlal Brayn] Scott All n John Roush John Dlckov r Hav 11 La K vin Court u D~11 Kamon Snlht Dovls David Allan 1.0 Jilt! ROl1co I~obort Boyott 0111 i3rutolt

1771 1765 1760 1754 1752 1739 1738 1732 1731 1730 1.724 1714 1712 1697 1696 1694 1689 1679

1654 1649 1648 1648 1644 1638 1636 1634 1634 1633 1625 1625 1623 1622 1622 1618 1617 16.16 1615 1611 1605 1605 1601 1597 1589 1586 1586 1585 1585 1580 1587 1578 1577 1577 1571
1571

Dana Nance Marty Hiatt Ken Sweda Bob Ankeney Winston Haynes David Ryan David Ruzic Theodore Cutshall Jeff Cannon Walter Pol Phillip Long Ronnie Lester Steve Arnelt David Durlacher Randy Graber Alva Popejoy Wes Smith Ken Stanley Craig Hines Edward Silakowski Bill Davis Kenneth Meyer Wayne Peterson Kurt Marquardt Paul Chironna Randa II Na lborczyk Robert Regan Allan Cassada Richard Portnoy Richard Toles Mike Hurt Mark Gravemier Steve Piers on Tom Atwood Paul Bolduc Edward Heinz Terry Blankenship Albert Howe Dave Miller Dan Eggleston Virgil Cox Sleven Schockney Don Butler Robert Custard Rod Grieg Mark Traas Joel Alsen Michael Washburn Robert Hubbard

r.
BOl'li tl

1569 1568 1568 1564 1563 1562 1561 1560 1559 1559 1556 1551 1550 1548 1546 1545

1545 1540 1540 1538 1538 1536 1536 1535 1534 1533 1532 1531 1530 1530 1530 1524 1524 1519 1517 1517 1516 1515 1515 1514 1512 1510 1508 1496 1496 1496 1494 1493 1493 1492 .1492 1492 1491 1486 1485 1484 1484 1484 1484 1484 1482 1481 1480 1479 1478

Tim Lewis Manuel Lucero Steven Raymond Sob Blaser Thomas Garvin Joe Riegsecker Susan Tutush Lee Boger Mike Moosemiller David Cox William Slichenmyer Howard Teens Steven Thompson Michael Williams James Thiele David Book Tom Gray David Cohron Phil Lutz Charles Routh Jeff Flowers Mike Phillipe John Embry Bob Ebervein Tab Postlewaithwait Darre II Krulce Bruce Nagy Curtrs Hackaman Cecil Case Jim Rohne Tim Wheeler Aristidas Gabella Michael Zabawa Douglas Miller Marilyn Kienitz Edward Kern Keith McDaniel William Evans Steve Mandula Cleo R. Mooday Bob Krupp James Kraus William Stead Thomas Powell Keith Ryther Brent Adams Mark Bjorklund Bill Callahan Jim Connon

1478 1478 1478 1477 1475 1475 1474 1473 1473 1472 1472 1469 1469 1466 1464 1463 1463 1461 1461 1460 1459 1459 1459 1457 1457 1457 1457 1457 1455 1455 1450 1448 1448 1447 1445 1444 1444 1443 1443 1443 1441 1438 1438 1438 1433 1433 1432 1430 1429

4

5

Ward Burton Lys le Haney Gary Sanders John Anderson Doug Robbins Jeff Jackson Thomas Rust James Anderson Bill Wines Butch Gregory Wayne Warren Ernest Szasz Kevin Heacox Sam Reisinger Steven Baker William Hanley Barth Pollak Jim Squire Richard Dorman Carroll Page Tom Newton William Honnicutt Joe Swiship Steve Lane Ke ith Sweda Calvin Cole Gentry Dunl III David West Steve Laue Mike Larkin Eric Strickland Earl Monroe Phil Beachy Bruce Coulson Tony Watson David Lantz Timothy Roll Michael Farmer Carl Fox Mark Lynch Ervin Kaszak Eric Newman Cris Starkey Jamie Oxley Allkn Benedict Ernie Shown Stephan Jasperson Martin Keller Douglas Tolliver Alan Griswold Jeff Cramor Christopher Wheeler Paul Lake Andy Murdock

1428 1426 1'126 1425 1425 1422 1420 1420 1418 1416 1414 1413 1410 1408 1406 1405 1405 1404 1403 1403 1403 1403 1403 1401 1401 1400 1400 1400 1398 1396 1395 1393 1392 1389 1388 1386 1386 1385 1385 1381 1381 1381 1379 1378 1372 1371 1369 1369 1369 1367 1366 1365 1365 1364

William Stutsman Greg Hilbrich Dallas Loven Neil Ruz!c Zollie Lee Johnson Jeff Boyd Ralph Johnson Doug Bravard Wayne Hami Iton Donald Thor lton Russell Gearheart Mark Wuolle Ron Chambers Joseph Farnell Tim Tabor John Staley Bernard Drenup Robert Saari Vernie Dodey Jim McMahon Ron Yoder Gary Lutes Eric Fishvogt Tom Morrison Jack Carson Russell Loyd James Hawes Michael Lambert Ed Braddock Bill Durham Steve Meyers Scott Grant David Harper Jerry Corley Ken Templeton Paul Hayes Nemuel Albea Timothy Grassel Brian Miller Charles Hinkle Mar~ Smiley Clyde Barger Robert Ba rger Lonnie Mishler Kenny Braun Ralf Hafner Karl Fritch Alden Hook Ron Touketto Fred Johnson Mike Vaas Edward Ross Ronald Bishop A.J. Myers

1364 1364 1358 1358 1358 1355 1355 1354 1354 1353 1352 1352 1352 1351 1350 1350 1349 1348 1348 1348 1347 1344 1343 1342 1340 1340 1339 1339 1339 1338 1335 1335 1333 1332 1332 1331 1321 1327 1327 1327

Ken Marshall Arnold Liedtke Denny Porter Dale Burgemer Michael Dorsett Harold Haines Kennet h Long Gary Barker Jerry Gonzales Mark Mullolan d Stan Holodick Raulph Phillippe Billie Tedrow Ron Morris Ken Harrah Mike Gosbe I Earl St Germain Willi" Gordan Jerry Wagner Bart Swanson Donald Gregory Del Hatfield Tom Illie Wayne Burns Tony Money David Reid Larry Barrett May Templeton Rona Id Freitag Jim Martin Harry Van Nay Scott RiChardson Arvids Ziedonis Jeff Martin David Neilands Cris Wonnel Bob Borns John Skarha Kevin McCracken Jn.n Warth Cathleen Crafton Gene Fanger Ben Pitchkites George Spiro Larry Miller Jim Mason Laurent Belsie Fred Vaughn David Bontrager Steve Wi Itfang James Haun Roger Purta Alan Wagner

1312

1311
1308 1307 1307 1306 1306 1302 1301 1301 1300 1298 1298 1296 1292 1289 1289 1288 1286 1286 1248 1284 1282 1281 1281 1281 1279 1279 1278 1278 1278 1278 1278 1277 1277 1277 1276 1275 1275 1275 1273 1273 1272 1270 1268 1267 1266 1265 1265 1263 1263 1262 1262

Kris Mason James Ra inden Henry Hurt Robert Lee Richard Jones Alexis Mirsky Bob Bukovac Gilpin Hammack Larry Massena Randall Young Tom Gerchak John Hinant Ronald Bruggeman Les Kistler Ernest Knox Kennard Fickle Shawn Gilliland Jay Ammon William Gilliam Bob McCorkle William Noble Bernard Esarey Reginald Johnson Kevin Thompson Kurt Ba~hman Von Pochlein John Gray David Jacoby Steve Laeseh Tim Wentz James Schi lling David Shapiro Harold Cochran RiChard Kaufman John Paige John Bruce Gary Pass Jeff Hyer Dan Brown Michael Cruz Todd Heinke Bi II Bolinger Alan Wilhelm James Reid Darrell Shepherd Ronnie Froman Alfred N iedermayer Jordan Henderson Henry Jasperson Robert Rice Jeffery SI John Gregg Terhune Dave Backe

1258 1258 1258 1256 1254 1254 1253 1252 1252 1251 1250 1249 1248 1247 1247 1246 1246 1245 1245 1242 1241 1240 1240 1238 1236 1236 1232 1232 1231 1231 1229 1229 1229 1226

1228
1226 1227 1227 1226 1225 1224 1224 1224 1223 1222 1222 1221 1219 1218 1218 1218 1215 1215

1326
1326 1324 1323 1322 1322 1322 1321 1321 1319 1317 1316 1313 1312

6

7

'n
James White Jack McMahon Dennis Williams Russell Losh Norman Reel "Zachery Page Steve Stanton Edward Brown Ted Martin John Ca in Alex Carter George Smith Phi 1Wickershan Ross Lathrop Mark Burgess Bryan Baker Rodney Guehn Bruce Rivera Terry Ruhs Mike Church Eric Robinson James Bsrnes Dick Hartz David Sekirka WaIlace Daugherty Tom Owens Ken Larsen Rick Wi lburn Craig Hoyt Mark Watness Russell Mills Herbert Saxon Vernon Hammersley Terrell Penrod Bi II Jacoby Howard Penrod

Esti I Eldridge Jim Williamson Donald Miner Phi I Amick Leo Jackey Scott Backrath Raymond Graber William Reese Mic hael Meyers Ed Dreyling Hug Featherstone Jeff Morgsn Eugene Mahar Jeff Cadwe II Richard Flick Glen Means Curtid Simmons Loring Prosse I PauI Freder ic k Brad Baker Peter Ruggiero Gary Lankf'ort James Honeycutt David Steel Henry Rzeszut Karen Erickson Hershe I Short Kenneth Sims Charles Carnes Edward White Bill Burch Michael Powers James Worley James lencke Jeff Clark David Crowe Nathan Thomas Danny Henry Jerry ladder Jerry WeddeII Bi II Goodman Phil Hiatt Rex Jones Charles Johnson Stanley Bannister Steve Haun Charles Boyd Mark Whistler Dennis Harre I I Donald Babb Don Scales John Burgess

1215 1213 1213 1212 1212 1211 1211 1210 1209 1207 1207 1207 1206 1205 1204 1204 1203 1202 1200 1199 l197 1196 1196 1194 1194 1193 1192 1190 1187 1186 1183' 1183 1182 1182 1178 1174 1173
1171

1171 1169 1167 1162 1160 1160 1158
1157

1153 1150 1146 1144 1139 1134

Brian Hohner Jim Chapman Mark Ellis. Richard Dine Michae I Patton Lewis Hoff James Vanepps Mark Brown David Shapiro Herman Moench Matt Rhodes John Traster Merlyn Moore Steven Barnhil I Dave Boyd Tim Kime Merrill Wann lynn Pruitt Chris Fisher laszlo Kalami Glen Basti n Rona Id Highland Robert Byron Mike McCracken Mike Watkins William Dick Jim lewis Chris Gerlach Ray Atnip Mark Bloget Matthias Gettinger Ted Whitford Ken lavery James Yarber Robin Wright Fred Thiemrodt Richard Smith Duane Davis Bruce Gascho Cletus Booher Jack Taylor Terry Murray Michael Brevlngton Harold Haines Gary Hamilton Karl Smith Kevin Higgins Nei I Yates Kenneth Mann Harry Faulkner Robert Smucker Greg Taylor

1133 1132 1131 1130 1128 1124 1123 1121 1120 1119 1118 1117 1111 1107 1106 1106 1105 1105 1096 1095 1094 1087 1086 1085 .1078
Hl76

1074 1070 1070 1070 1069 1069 1069 1067 1065 1063 1063 1061 1057 1055 1048 1047 1047 1042 1041 1041 1039 1033 1031 1026 1022 1022

1020 1019 1013 1013 1013 1010 1007 1007 1002 998 997 996 995 990 985 982 977 971 969 969 969 965 965 964 962 961 960 956 955 951 945 943 942 939 939 936
0'(

Darrin Chas in Mark Nolen Charles Knight Jeff Stewart Dick Harsock Mark Scott Steve Harrison James Johnson Steve McNei I Jef"1 Studtman Ed Angleton Michael Taylor Ardell Shirey Leonard Thibo Steve Stork le Steven Emery Tim Gardner Bobby LeFevers John Kunzer Douglas Strong Chuck Mika lian Rich Helton Jeff Cummings Mark Hockema Rick Hollifield Bob Fair Ron Owens Mark Harris John Moran Nancy Ernestes Howard Penrod Rodney Grimes William Pak Mike Sager Jim McMurray Mark losh

930 930 929 918 912 906 899 897 888 883 882 881 879 873 847 844 833 824 818 818 814 B07 798 798 771 769 757 755 734 723 702 656 651 534 527 415

This timely rating report

Indiana players was submitted by John Campbell.

Book
Tal's 100 Best Games·
Co •.

Review

By Cleo R. Mooday Bernard Cafferty hardback,

The Pitman Publishing

$9.95

249

p.p.,

100 selected

games

The book contains 100 of the most interesting and sparkling games of Tal in the thirteen years after his victory over Botvinni k which made him eighth World Champion. The games are in descriptive notations and are excellently annotated, each game has chess diagrams and in the most part are positions which brought on one of Tal's remarkable sacrifices or proved to be the turning point of the game. This is another durable well constructed book published by the Pitman Publishing Co. and I would consider the book an excellent buy.

S

9

Indiana

State

Championship

- Big

Four

David

L. Lee (1949) from III inois

James Tygum winner of the 4th. Indiana

of section Quadrangular.

2

4th
Name Charles Maddigan David Deming Greg Fulkerson Dav id L. Lee Tony Carripbe II Larry Swindell 7 Robert Mc$or ley 8 Samuel Fulkerson 9 Gerald Johnson 10 Dan Ostas 11 Kenneth Hoffmeyer 12 William Sheridan 13 Robert Stewart 14 Daniel Vespa 15 John D. Rous h 16 William Ristow 17 Theodore Cutshall 18 Rlcharc! Toles 19 Gennady Goltsoff 20 Cte o R.-Mooday 21 Alvin Marcus 22 Bi II Stutsman 23 Steven Meyers 24 Johnny Jackson 25 Jeff Morga n 26 t.asz lo Kohalmi 27 Steven Emery 28 R .A. Ropercs 29 John Bray 1 2 3 4 ~

Midwest

Adult - June 14 - 15, 1975
Rd.l W-lS W·16 W·17 W-18 W-19 L 20 W-21 W·22 D-23 W.24 W-2S W·26 W.27 W-28 L·f L-2 L-3 L-4 L-S W-6 L-7 L-8 0-9 L·19 L-ll L-12 L·13 L,14
a

Rating 2140 1985 1979 1949 1926 1876 1749. 1743 1729 1714 1708 1651 1577 1566 1556 1523 1514 1496 1490 1413 1405 1364 1335 1321 1207 1063 787 Unr . Unr • William

Rd.2 W-8 t-i: L·1a 0·13 W-12 W-23 W·14 1..,.·1 W·20 W-3 W-2 L·S 0·4 L...7 D-22 W-25 0-24 W-27 W-26 L-9 , L-28 0-15 L·S 0·17 L-16 L-19 L-18 W·21

RD.3 W-7 W-14 W-16 W-1l L-10 W·18 L-1 L-20 W·13 W-S L-4 W-28 L·9 L·2 W·19 L-3 W-23 L-6 L-IS W-8 W-26 L-24 L-17 W-22 W-27 L-21 L-25 L-12

Rd.4 W-lD W-7 W-l1 W·9 W-20 L-12 L-2 W-19 L-4 L·1 L·3 W·6 L·17 W-21

Rd.S W·4 W·lD W-S L-1 L-3 0·11 W-25 L·14 W·12 L·2 0·6 L·9 W-20 W-8 W-17 L-1S W-24 L·13 0-22, D-21 W-28 L-19 L-7 W-27 W-29 L·23 L-27

Total 5 4 4 3112

Dennis V. Gogel

Michae I Fletcher

Larry Swindell

Bernard

Parham

3

All four men had 4Vl points when tile dust settled In the final State Championship held at Lafayette; Apri 126 - 27,1975.

round of Indiana

4th

Midwest

Adult - June 14 - 15,1975

3 21/2 3 31,2 1 21;2 1\2 2 2
lL2

31:2

21;2 3 2

1
l

~....... W-13 0.28 L-a L-S L.14 L-25 W·26 L·15 W-22 L-23 L-26 0-18

W·24

2\2 3

I~ II ! ,

1 2~2 112 2 1 1 11,2 0

Tournarnent John D. Rough winner of Class C Bill Smythe tournament director for eCA

Director

Smythe For eCA

10

11

..
3rd.
Name Rating 1986 1949 1915 1894 1789

Midwest
Rd.1 W-21 Rd.2 W·16

Jr. Championship
Rd.3 W-8 W-14 W·29 Rd.4 Rd.5 L-4 W-7 0·9 W-1 Rd.6 W-6 W·4 Total

Indiana David Deming
1. P-QB4 2. N-QB3 3. P-KN3 4. B·N2 5. P·K3 6. KN-K2 7. 0-0 B. N-Q5 (b) 9. PXN (c) 10. P-QR3 11. N-B3 12. P-QN4 13. poNS 14. NXP 1~ BXN ch 16. B.Ni 17. Q-B2 (g) 18. P-N6 (h) 19. Q-N3 20. QR-N1 (j) 21. P-B4 (k) 22. NPxP 23. K-R1 (m) 24. R·KN1 25. RxP 26. R-NI 27.BxRch 28. RxQ 29. Q-B3 ch 30. QxB

Fall

Open-Oct.

1975

(1910)
P-K4 N-QB3 P-B4 N-KB3 B-K2 0-0 B·QNS NXN N-K2 B-Q3 P-QB3 P-QR4 PXQP NXN

Tony Campbe II (2002)
(0) Weak. It cannot be good for Block to lose a tempo so ear Iy··in the game. Campbell didn't wont to shut in his bishop w'ith P·03 but why not B-ON5 in the first place then? A very powerful I reply. Now white threatens to w in even more tempos for his queens ide attack with P-OR3. The point, Apparently much better than BxN. white just succeeds in

1. Reents
2. Sprenkle
3. Fletcher 4. Pope 5. Urquhart 6. Gels leman 7. Deleeuw 8. Steiner 9. Cook 10. Clark 11. Pa Imisano 12. Banta 13. Thurman 14. Rafalco 15. Henson 16. Wynn 17. Waterbury lB. Oowd 19. Phillippe 20. Postlethwait 21. Miller 22. Swedo 23. Gianesin 24. Jackson 25. High 26. Wiseman 27. Strickland 28. Coulson 29. Jones 30. Jasperson 31. Wheeler 32. Rheins 33. Hinant 34. Lutes 35. Grant 36. Lee 37. Shapiro 38. Graebe 39 Bray 40: Gaede 41. Morgan

1743 1724 1721

0·22 W·23 ·W-24 W·25 W-26 W-27
W-28 0-29 0-30

W-30 W·13 W·18 L·lS W·2D W·17
0·22 L·29 W-4D W-38 L-4 0·14

w-n

W-5 0·3 0·2
0·7 L·l W·13 0-4 L·16

5
5 4112 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

W-12 W·24

W-15 L·1

L·16 W-1B L-2
W-23 D-3 0-17

W·l6 L·2

1625 1577

1707 1617 1669 1654 1570 1569

W-3l

W·26 W-34
L-4 L-5 W·27 L-7 W-32 W-36

W-15 L·18 0·17 L·6
W·2D L-9

W-4D

L·1 0·9 W-12 D-7 L-B W-4l D-32
0-27 L:-3

W-17

41/2

(a)

(b)

W·28
W·14

W-18 W·20

W-32

W-33

1498 1465
1459 1457 1447

W-34 W-35 W-36 W-3l W-39

0-3 W-6
L-1 L·8

L-2

W-29
L-12 L-41 W-5 D-10

31/2
4 3 4

W·8

21/2 3 3
3 3

(d) (e) {f)

(e)

L·40
W-41 L·1

L·5 W-31
L·7

W-37

W·l1
0·23

0·12

L-6

L·S

0-41

L-1D

W-38

L-14
0·29 0-41 0·19

L-32
0-9

W-31
0-40 W-30

L·32 W-37 L-25

W-28

K-Rl
Q-K2 R-N1 B-B4 Q-Q3 BxP PxP B·B2 (I) P-QN4 R-KNI (n)

t-n

blockin'g his bishop's diagonal but much more i mporta nt is the para Iyzing i nf Iuence the pawn on 05 exerts on black's (d) position. If lO .... B.R4 I would have continued with 11 . P-ON4 B-N3 12.P-Q6 Px P 13'. N-B3 still side. (e) Black attempts to remove the cramping pawn at 05. locking in black's queer-

1439 1430 1422
1395

0-2 L-3
L-4 L-5

0-34
W-33

0-35 L-8

L·30 L-25 L-29

11/2 21/2
2

L-G
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is 13. O-N3 but I did not want to let black free his position ot the cost GJ a pawn by: 13..... PxNP 14.8xBP ch K·Rl 1.'1. PxNP BxP 16. BxB R-Nl 17. B... 2 PxN 18.0xP' N 19. P-03. I wanted to open up

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(g) With the Idea of 18. P-B4 P-K5 the long diagona I. (h) Of course. (i) Black Black now succeeds is hopeless. in winning

William Smythe dlrected for the Continental

Chess Association.

is playing down a rook and a bishop. the pawn on N6 but his position

USCF Rating

List

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A good move preventing

20 .... 0xP because of 21. OxO BxO 22. BxP.

The July Supplement will be the most recent rating used for the U.S. Open; the only exceptions will be new players having ratings published for the first time in the August 1975 Supplement. Here is your last published U.S.C.F. rating.

It now looks as though· black con resign but he comes up withe resourceful I line that gives him a chance. Now 23. B-Kii dosen't work because of 23 .... Q-N3 eh and 24 ... BxB. K-B2

I: /GPi I
July Monthly Supplement

(m) Had I seen black's next move I would have simply played but the text is a Iso s uffic ient. (n) Now if 25. BxR, B-N2 ch, So,

12

13

Indiana Kings Indian Def. Kenney (1923)
1. PDQ B4
2. 3. 4. 5, 6. N-QB3 P-K4 N-KB3 S,.K2 P·Q4 B-N 5 Q·Q2 R-Q1I? P-Q5 P-KR4 P-QR4 B-Q3 N.KR2 N-K2 B-K3 P-B3

Premiere

(Indianapolis)

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M. Fletcher
N-KB3 P-KN3 P-Q3 B-N2 P-K4

(1850)
(a) Through transposition the so called Petrosian variation has been reached. The most usual reply anti probably the best is 7•• ,P-KR3. (b) to inhibit 9. 0-0-0 (c) Black is forced to close the center (d) Believe it or not this is to stem white's Q side play! Black intends to get the K s ide play! NoW if 12. P-R5 R-QN 1 13. PxP BPxP (e) Having said A he should say B with P-KR5. This weakens his position to no purpose. (f) White hes itates too long. now Black has the positional threat 14.... P·KR3 15. B.K3 N-N5 getting the good white bishop. (g) Prudent. 15 P-KN4 N-BSI 16, BxN PxB 17, QxP is unclear. Such pawn grabbing is suspected however. (h) 17. PxP PxP gives black a powerful mobile pawn center. (i) isolating the RP (j) overprotecting KB5 the key square in black's king Side operation; so the RP can wait. P-QR4 first may be better (k) Shuting off any Q-ueen side counter play for white. A_I]}' Knight that would venture into QNS wOUI~ be swapped away, (I) White can t Just Sit and wait, although that was probably hiS best Course (m) threatening N-R6 ch & NxB • (n) Black takes time to strenthen his Position sence white has no good plan (0) ~~5more piece that could control Black's IS to be· exchanged (p) the best chance • (q) Too dangerous is 33 PxB?! RxR 34 P N Q-B5 35 Q-R3 PxP 36 BxP R-KBI O~h moves workout to bl k' t er (r) When in doubt tho ~c s a vantage also. - In em out" (. T S) he trumph of black's strat~i;y th RP cannot be saved. •e (t) WhIte resigned at mov 49 POSitional game. e - a very pleaSing

8.

7.

(a)

0·0
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Indiana Reserve Tornado, 1975. This England Gambit has been played before, and appears in 175 Chess Traps (Horowitz). Unfortunately, white hadn't read it and found the book line -- for falling into the trap. White: T. Watson Black: D, Cohron QxNP' PxP B-NS l:'I-KB3 BxB B-B4? Q-B8, mate III Indiana Premiere, 1975. Another lesson in the joys of queenside castling. White: D. Mendel Black: M. Fletcber 1 P-Q4 2 B-KN5 3 BxN 4 P-K3 5 B-Q3 6 P-KB4? 7 Q-B3 N-KB3 P-Q4 KPxB B-Q3 8 N-B3 B-QN51 9 000 BxN 10 PxB Q-R6+ 11 K-N1 '1 R-K3 12 K-Rl? '1, and resigns before black can play R-N3. 1 2 3 4 P-Q4 P-K4?! N-QB3 Q-K2 Q-N5+ 5 B-Q2 6 B-B3? 7 Q-Q2 8 QxB?'l

III

III A charmer. Black must have jumped a foot at white's twelfth move. Buenos Aires, 1952. White: Cases Black: Piazztrd.
1 P-QB4 2 N-QB3 3 P-Q4 4 N-B3 5 B-N5 6 P-K3 Q-B2 N-KB3 P-K3 P-Q4 B-K2 QN-Q2 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 PxQP NxP NxN BxB P-KR4 Q-R4+ P-N4! PxNP QxP+! KxQ PxB+ K-N3 N-K7 mate!

00
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9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 0-0 19. B-B2 20. B-132 21. Q-B3 22. P-KN4 23. NxP 24. K-R 1 25. QR-Kl 26. B-Ql 27. B-K3 28. N-N41 29. Qx B 30. R-B2 3l. N-Bl 32. QxN 33, Q-K3 34. N·R2 35, R-KN 1 36. P.B4 37.Q-N3 38. R·QB2 39. Q-N5 40. RxQ

(c) (e) (g) (h)

(d) ( f)

III Another oldie. and one of the strangest games ever played. Black is determined to give away all his pieces, and the white king takes a long hike, moving twelve times in an IS-move game I Vienna, 1872. White: Hamppe Black: Meitner
1 P-K4 2 N-QB3 3 N-R4 4 KxB S K-K3 6 K-Q3 7 K-B3 8 K-N3 9 P-QR3 10KxQ P-K4 B-B4 BxP+ Q-R5+ Q-B5+ P-Q4 QxKP N-QR3 QxN+1 N-B4+ llK-N4 P-R4+! 12 KxN N-K2 13 B-N5+ K-Q1 14 B-B6! P-N3+! 15 K-N5 NxB 16 KxN B-N2+! 17K-N5! B-R3+ 18 K-B6! B-N2+! - draw by perpetual

(i) (j) (k) (m)
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00
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(I)

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III Few games offer more surprises than this old classic played in Breslau, 1859. As one impudent pawn ties up his queenaide, the white king finds out what it's liketo be at the wrong end of a shooting gallery. White: Anderssen Black: Lange
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-K4 N-KB3 B-N5 NxN B-B4 P-K5 B-N3 P-KB3 P-K4 N-QB3 N-Q5 PxN N-B3 P-Q4 B-KN5 N-K5! P-Q6! B-B4+ 11 K-R1 N-N6+! 12 PxN Q-N4 13 R-B5 P-KR4 14 PxRP QxR 15 P-N4 RxP+1 16 PxR Q-K5 17 Q-B3 Q-R5+ 18 Q-R3 Q-K8+, and mate followa after 19 ••• B-N8+.

III Black gobbles up pawn after pawn after pawn, then finds he can't push one of his OWn (KBP) to save his life. Black; Fidlow Black; Busic
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(q)

(r ) (5 )

00
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(t)

00
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ManhattaD Chess Club, 1930. Remove white's QR. Giving up a rook isn't enougb for white; he throws in his queen and bishop too. White: Kaahdan Black: Harneman 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 P-K4 P-Q4 P-K5 Q-N4 N-KB3 Q-R3 B-Q3 Q-N3 P-K3 P-Q4 P-QB4 PxP N-KR3 B-K2 P-QN3 N-B4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 BxN PxB QxP R-B1 NxP B-R3? NxP N-Q2 B-N5 P-B3? P-K61 PxB Q-N6+1 PxQ N-N7. mate

III

III Skittles game, London, 1912. After 10 moves, white announces mate in eight. Just for fun, see if you can find it. White: Edward Lasker Black: G. Thomas
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 P-Q4 N-QB3 N-B3 B-N5 P-KB4 N-KB3 P-K3 B-K2? BxB PXP P-QN3 Here white announces mate. Find it? 11 QxP+!! KxQ 12 NxB+ K-R3 13 N[5]-N4+ K-N4 14 P-R4+ K-B5 15 P-N3+ K-B6 16 B-K2+ K-N7 17 R-R2+ K-N8 18 K-Q2 mate

David Deming

(1910) P-QB4 P-Q4 QPxP QN-Q2 KN-B3

Cornell

(1574)

1. P-K4 2. P-Q4
3. 4. 5. 6. N-QB3 NxP Q-K2 N-Q6 mate

BxN
P-K4 NxJ> N-K5 B-Q3 Q-R5

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1975 USCF Championship
BISGUIER - KAVALEK I.P-K4 P-QB4 2. N-KB3 P-K3 3. P-B3 P-Q4 4. PxP QxP 5. P-Q4 N-KB3 MEDN IS - BROWNE I. p-K4 p-Qs4 2. N-KS3 P-Q3 PxP 3..P-Q4 4. NxP N-KS3 5. N-QB3 P-QR3 6. B-K2 QN-Q2 P-K3 7. 8-K3 B. P-QR4 P-QN3 9. P-B4 B-N2 R-81 10. 8-83 RxN 11. 0-0 NxP 120 PxR Q-B2 13. N-K2 p";Q4 "14. Q-KJ B-B4 15. B-Q4 p-B4 '16. N-N3 0-0 17. Q-K3 PxB 18. 8xB p-K4 19. P-R5 P-KN4 20. N-K2 21. PxKP P-KB5 NxKP 22. Q-Bl 23. R-Nl N-B5 24. Q-Kl N/K5-Q7 NxR 25,.R-B2 26. QxN N-Q7 27. BxPch BxB R-Ql 2B. Q-Ql BxP 290 QxN B-Rl 30. Q-K1 Q-B3 31. P-R4 Q-R3 32. K-R2 P-N5 33. N-Nl R-KB1 34. Q-K7 p-N6ch 35. R-Q2 Q-KN3 36. K-R3 Q-S4 37. R-Q6 Hate 0-1 6. 7. B. 9. 10. B-Q3 0-0 B-K3 PxP N-B3 B-K2 0-0 PxP P-QN3 Q-QI II..Q-K2 12. QR-QI 13. P-QR3
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FINAL BROWNE ROGOFF VUKCEVICH BYRNE RESHEVSKY LOMBARDY BISGUIER STANDINGS

CHESS LIFE
July

s REVIEW

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5·88, 50/2, Holiday Inn, 5920 Scatterfield Rd .. (109 bypass near 1·69), Anderson .Open to all out of state inellglble for trophy EF' $10 if by 7/5, $12 later. USCF+EF: $22, u';der 19 $16. ISCA memo req, ($4, under 21 $2.50) of Ind. res. $$ (based on 80 entries) Expert/ A 70. 30, B 50·20·10, C 50·20·10, D, E, Unr. each 40. 20·10·10; trophy to top Expertl ABC DE Unr.; state champ title of each' elliss 'to 'top Ind. res. In class. Reg. 8·9 AM rds. 9:30.2.7. 10·3. HR: $1 disc. to players. ENT: Nem Albea 3116 Mounds Rd., Anderson, IN 46013. '

INDIANA

CLASS CHAMPS

12·13 (Ind.)

Delegates
1975-1976 ISCA Officers
Elected April 27. 1975

NAME 1. Wa'ter BroW'}e 2 .. Kenneth Rogoff 3. Mi Ian Vukcevich 4.. Robert Byrne 541 Samue 1 Reshevsky:k 6. Wi 11 ram Lombardy! 7. Arthur .Bisguier 8. James Tarjan 9. Kim COI11'OOns Kavalek 10. Lubomir 11. John Peters 12. Edmar Medn i5 13. John Grefe 14. Pal Banko

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Annual

INDIANA

July

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SUMMER

OPEN

Presiden t John T. Campbell 201 Riverside Ave. Muncie, Indiana 47303 Vice-President
Judy Rippeth P.O. Box 2109 West Lafayette, 47906 Indiana

Secretary

Stau nton Chess Sets

3-RR, 40/90, Holiday Inn Downtown, 500 W. Washington St., Indlanapohs, EF: $6.75 if mailed by 7(21, $8 at tmt, ISCA memo req. ($4, jr. $2.50) if rated, other states OK. $$ 15 to 1st each section. Reg. ends 9:30 AM, rds, 10· 2·5:30 (earller if agreed). $3 fine for qui tters, Read eeA Information ad. ENT: Continental 2~esio~3~nNS~50 Prospect Ave., Mt. Vernon,

5.th INDIANA

July

QUADRANGULAR

17 (Ind.1

Craig Hines 680 Covert Ave. Evansville, Indiana 47713

Treasurer

Steve Thompson 304 High St. Crawfordsville, 47933

Indiana

Quarterly Editor
August
Recently, I was at the 4th. Midwest Adult and it was brought to my attention that my Rosewood & Elbonywood chess set was to dark for the average chessplayer to tell the difference between the red and black men; so I'm now trying to obtain a set made of Sandalwood from India. I feel sure this set will be even more magnificent then the other two sets and am taking orders for these sets to be used With the Rosewood or Elbonywood chess sets. Chessmen have felted bases and each set has lead-weight of 2 lbs , which makes this set extra heavy and gives the pieces a good feel; plus being very stable. A fine tournament chess set in King size 4 inches. Set is packed in vinyl-leather covered wooden DOX. Store rate $40.00 each set; ask for sizeable ISCA discount. Contact me at tournaments to see set or write me to find out about wholesa Ie ISCA discount; at the following address: Cleo R. Mooday Rural Route 4 Crawfordsville, Indiana 47933

Lincoln

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September

U.S. OPEN
Lincoln,

10-22, 1915 Nebraska

Cleo R. Mooday Rur e 1 Route 4 Crawfordsville. 47933

Indiana

5.S~ Cen· ter, rem au1, University & McKinley Ave., Muncie. 'EF: $10, ISCA memo req, $$ 40, 30, 20, trophies to top Exp., A, B, C, D, E, unr., (special trophy to top unrated joining ISCA at tournament). Cash to class winners according to number' of players in class. $3 reduction In EF to ISCA members for each new ISCA member they bring. Reg. 7-8:30 AM 9/20, rds, 9·2-7, 9·2. ENT: Cleo Mooday, RR 4, craw,fordsville, Ind. 47933.

BLACK KNIGHT OPEN 50/2~ Ball state· Uhiv., Student

20.21 (Ind.)

Publicity/Photo

George Kvakovszky 34D Country Squire Ct. West Lafayette. Indiana 47906

Editor

D~legate at Large
Tony Campbell 205 E. 6th. Muncie, Indiana 47302

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ISCA's Activ.ities July 12·13 July 29 july 26·27 July 27 Aug. 19 Aug. 3D·Sept. 1 Aug. 31 Sept. 1 Sept. 20·21 Sept. 27·28 Oct. 4 & 11 Oct. 18·19 Oct. 25·26 Nov. 8·9 Nov. 22·23 Nov. 29·30 Dec. 6·7

Calendar Anderson lndianapolis lndianapolis .lndianapolis E Ikhcrt Indianapolis .. lndianapolis .. lndianapolis Muncie Indianapolis .. lndianapolis Fort Wayne lndlcnopolis Muncie . lndianapolis Elkhart , Muncie

Indi ana Class Chcmpl onshi p 11th. Indiana Beginners Open Indiana Summer Open . 5th. Indiana Quadrangular Elkhart Speed Champi onshi·p 6th. Midwest Amateur 2nd. Indiana Reserve Tornado 3rd·, Indiana Reserve Tornado Black Knight Tournament C.C.A. Tournament H.S. Individual Championship Region V Championship C.C,A. Tournament Ball State Univ. Fall Open ISeA Speed .Championshi p C.C.A. Tournament Dr. Hartigan Memorial. Eastern Indiana Open

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Cleo R. Mooday ISCA .Quarterly Editor R ura I Route 4 Crawfordsville, Indiana

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