JU LV - SEPTEMBER

1973

Indiana's 1973
Stale Champion

EDWARD VANO

IseA

DIRECTORS 1973-4
District 1

ARTICLES

Bernard

Parham,

P.O. Box 2396, W. Lafayette

47906

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District 2
William J. Sheridan, 2708 Shawnee Dr., Anderson 46012

District 3
Austin Bennett, 5653 Haver,ord Ave., Indianapolis 46220

District 4
CraigL. Hines, 131 S. Borker ,Evall'~vllle 47712.

District 5
Roger Blaine, 425. S. Grant Apt, 11, BloomingtOn 4740J

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BACKWARD PAWN

STRATEGY

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Hoosier Open
George

SICILIAN
Fowi(:r

DEFENSE
George

Kvakovszky

1353 c7-c5 Ng8·f6 Nf6·d5 Nd5·b4 c5:d4

1827
6 Nf3:d4 1 Nbt·c3 8 Sft· e2 9 White Qd~.aS QaS:e5+ Qe5:d4 resigned.

In trying to learn to build a solid position, the novice is a.dvised to study the pawn play in this game; Geller - Najdorf Zurich 1953. Remarks by Euwe and the Squid, describe the problems, pOinting up their existance in the first place and how they are exploited. Geller (white) Najdorf (black)

1 e2·e4

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b

c

de WHITE

f

9

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2 Ngl.f3 3 e4:e5 4 d·c4 5 d2·d4

. IMPORT ANT EVENTS

DoPauw Championship Pat Borman Jon Kasdan

(Jan. 20-21) 1860

1554

5-0

4-1

District III Championship (playoff) USCF rated 1510 Dav~.d Mendel USCF rated 1801 ~l1ke Gant . USCF' rated 1259 ob Cotter .tional Tournament
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at Leningrad

c'l:;o' l1"orchno1 •ply Karpov
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1. p-K4 4. NxP P-QB4 N-KB3 2, N-KB3 P-Q3 P-QR3 5. N-QB3 PxP 3. P-Q4 6. B-K2 Chess Charts has B-K3 as the move with the highest % of wins P-B3 1s second h1gest %. 6. P-K4! Now the QP is deliberately made backward on an open file. 7. N-N3 I believe N-B3 is stronger, but Chess Charts gives 51% for N-N3 as against 19% for N-B3. 7. .. B-K3 Defends the weak Q4 square. 8. 0-OQN~Q2 9. p-B4 Q-B2 10. P-B5 Now black can never free himself with ~-KB4. However white has deliberately created a backward pawn on a closed file. This is difficult if not impossible to attack. 10. B-B5 12. B-K3 B-K2 11. P-QR~ R-Bl 13. P-R5 Now black has a backward QNP on a closed file. Black should have prevented this with 12. P-QN3. 13. p-R4 15. R-R4 Q-B2 14. BxB QxB 16. P~R3 P-R5 And still another backward pawn is created white's KNP, However Black's Knight must guard his vital Q4 square; rather~than the marve Lous outpost N ... ••••N-NIS HL~ •

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Violence is correct here before white can leislJ.:r.ely conquer Q5 by R-Q2. B-N5 and an
exchanr-e on K13t.:. 18. Fx Pe p , i\:xN.P 19. B.xN

Incidently har-e the black kn Lz ht; is better than the v,rhi te bishop simply because the bishop can never attack the fopus point Q5. 'I'he square Lnf'r-orrt of the backwar-d pawn is always the trouble spot. Either attack it or defend it if its yours. 21. K-H2 22. H-Bl

20.

19.

Q-K2

QxB Ii-HI
R-H2

0-0

27. N-K3 Again the paint Q5 is the key. If 27. P-QN) , then black is away free with 27. P-Q4! 27. p-H4 30. RxEch QxR

23. Rl-QHl HI-HI

24. HI-li2 B-Ql B-El 25. N-R5 26. N-B4 Q-B3

28. 29.

R-B7+' P-QN3

Q-H3 B-lii3

32.

31. N(K)-Q5
NXl"J

NxN

&~d this is how to take advantage

of your opponents weakness. The battle for Q5 has been won! The rest, as Larry Evans says, 1s mere technique. However Euwe has plenty more instructive pOints on this technique.

R-Rl Q-B7 35. R-KBI B-Q5 'The bi shop belongs on the Queen side infront of its blocking pawns. Why not

32.

33.

Q-B4

34. QxQ

BxQ

36. P-B3 39.
38.
KxF

37.

B-B4

B-QNl P-B3 43. 44. 40. K-133 K-B2 45. 41. K-K2 R-Nl 42. p-H4 F-N"3 4b. Black shouldn't exchange

B.-N2

P-B3 to hold king side.

37. p-KN4
K-Q3
KPxF'

PxPep.ch

PxP B-Q5 B-QBl K-N2
rooks

NPxl' PxP

47. R-B7ch K-H3 49. 51.
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50. ll-N7ch 1:-B5
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11-K.!.::;'7 B-B7
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53. P-H5 54. P-N6
55.
NxB

B-Tl~'()o

52. K-N2

R-}C81

56. H-N4ch 57. N-Q5

K-B4

BxP R-QNl
resigns

B-R.4

4th HOOSIER OPEN

This is a game full of tension. Black is determined to press home an attack on the K-side, .but his brave efforts are somewhat exaggerated: The result is an endgame in which Opposite-color-Bishops and the disadvantage of doubled pawns gives White an extra pawn and by putting the isolated passed pawn on the color of one's own Bishop White wins easily.

12 Q·K3!

LARSEN OPEN ING c.
Mooday

S.

Siegal 12 13 Q.B1 14 -N.Q2 15 K-Rl 16 IR-'Ql 17 P-QB4 1,8 8.83 19 Q-B2.! 20 NxN 21 N-Bl! N-K4 N-B3 B-QB4ch B·K6! N-R4 Q·N41 R·Q3 N-N6ch! QxN!

p.QN3 2 B·N2 3 P·K3
1

P·K4 N·QB3 N·KB3!?

White still avoids the traps. Thus recovers from a very strong' attack.
21 . . • . 22 NxB Q-B5! QxN

-The pawn is battled up and I felt absolutely -sure I had a winning advantage.
4 B·NS! 23 B-K5! 24 RxR 25 Q-Q2 RxRch B-K3

Decisive, as the Bishop is sacrificed {or his Knight and the doubling -of his pawns. 4
N·K2 .BxQN P-Q3 QxP P·K4 10 - P·KB3 11 0·0 6 7 S 9

Black Queen has two good squares 25 ... QxQ or Q-QB4! 26 Q-Q8ch! leads to mate. QxQ 26 RxQ R·aS1 ? 27 BxBP! P·KB4 28·. R-Q8ch!RxR 29 BxR PxP ·30 PxP K·B2

5

P·K5! P·QR3 QPxB PxP B·Q3 Q.K2 0·0 R-Ql

~5 . • . •

White's Bishop obviously is good and Black's is bad. White wins effortlessly after 30 . . . K-B2.
(See diagram next page)

Black chooses a setup which is to start with 12 . BxiPch 13 KX!B, RX:Q 14 PxR and White cannot rec-over.

3,

Position after 3;) • ..

K·B2

iilinois Open Chicago, Sept. 1972

KING'S
C. Henry 1467 1 2 3 4 5 N-KB3 P-KN3 B·N2 P·Q3 QN·Q2

INDIAN
George

REVERSED
Kvakovszky \794

70-0 8 P·K4 31 32 33 34 K·N1!? B·N6 P·K5! K·B2 35 K·K3 36 K·Q4 37 K·BS 38 B·87 39 K·N6 40 B·Q6 41 K·R7 K·Kl K·Q2 K·B T K.Q2 K.Q2 K·K2 B·B1 K·Q2

6 P-Bl

P-KN3 B·N2 P·QB4 N·QB3 P·Q4 N-B3 0·0

K·Bl

K·Ql

K·Q2?

.Doubled pawns and the long diagonal 'proved fatal for Black.
42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 5S K·N 8! P·QN411 P.B5 K·Q1 B.B 7ch K·Q2 P.K6ch!? KxP KxB K.Q4 B.N6 P·KR4 K·N 71 P·N4 KxP f(·K5 K·N7 K·K6 KxP P·R5 KxP K·B7 P·B6ch KxP P-B7 KxP P-B8=Q!

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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P·KRJ N·R2 P-KB4 Q-K2 P·KS N/02 ·~3 B·K3 P·KN4 P·Q4

,P·K3 P-QR3 P·QN3 B.N2 R·K1 N·Q2 p-QN4 Q-K2 KR·QBl

Some other moves' deserve consideration, but this one is most likely the best as it is necessary to protect the KP and White apparently must proceed with P-KB5.
17 • • . . 18 P·NS 18 • . . • ,19 N·N4 P-BS

Black

later

resigned.

an ugly hole on KB 5.
P.QR4 Q.Bl

Returning to the last diagram, it is obvious that Black's inactive Bishop and all his maneuvering of the King a ccornplished nothing but losing a drawish game.

Probably the best move was Q-Q 1 preventing Black's Bishop from being trapped.
20 21 22 23 24 25 N·B6ch NPxB Q·KB2 N-N5 Q·R4 8-B,3 BxN Q·Ql K·BI P·KR4 N-N3 K.. l K

4

26 27 28 29 30 31

BxP! NxKP! BXPch P·B51! PxPch Q-N4

R·B2 PxN K·Q2 Q·NT K·81

51

QxBP

51

52
Black
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 P·KR4 P-K7 PxN P-RS Q-N5 R·B6 R-Q6 R·KBl R/I-B6
moves

K·Nl K·R2 NxP! RxP B-Bl R·KN2 N·Q2 R·NI N-Bl B·N2

K·B2 53 K·K3 54 K·Q2 55 K·B2

'Q-N2ch Q-N7ch Q-N8 ch Q-N4ch Q·N7ch

It should be noted that K-N3??

B-Q4 wins White's
B-Q2 K·Ql B·Kl K-Q2 K-K2 61 K·K3 62 K·Q2 63 K·K2 64 K-Q2 65 K-K2 Black draws by the 56 57 58 59 60

Queen_
B·K5ch Q·RBch QxPeh Q·R3ch Q·R4ch Q·B6c;h Q·B5ch Q·B,6eh Q·BSch skin of his teeth.
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.i4. -r

Black in severe time pressure missed: 40 : . _ N-R 2, winning the e~change.
41 Q-R4 42 B-Q2 43 BxP 44 Q·B2 45 R·B7ch A decisive move, RxR ch Q-N2 RxReh BxN QxP ell Qx8P P·N5 PxP B-Bl N·R2 R·N2

Black was able to free himself by un doubling Rooks
KxR R·Q2! ! BxR QxB 8-83 (See next diagram)

46 47 48 49 50 51

Walter

Browne

Exhibition

Grandmaster Walter Browne will give .a simultaneous exhibition at 2:00 P,M, on Aug. 11th _ The location is

White is 4 pawns up but there is nothing White can do about the draw by perpetual checks.

'I'L on Ci vi c Center Lt Danville, Illinois
For full details see page 20

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A QL'ESTlON OF IDENTrFICATJ01\

:flay the game first and see if you can guess Blacks rating. Answer on Page 19
SICILIAN DEFENSE

William Sheridan
1. p-K4

(1656)

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22. P-QR4 23. R-QN2 24. KR-QNl

)

2. N-KB3 3. p.Q4 4. NxP

N-QB3 PxF
N-B3

F-QB4

5.

6. B-Q3

NxlJ

NPxN

7. B-KN5
8. BxN 9. N-B3
R-QNl

P-K4

(a)

25.

KR-QNI P-R3 B-KN4

QxB R-QNl
QxQ

P-KR3

10.

£-B4 (b) B-Q5 B-B4
B-K2
F-N3 K-R2 F-Q3 B-K3 0-0

B-B3 26. p-R4 K-Ql (d) P-B5? 27. RxR 28. PxRP! 29. RxR (e) R-QRI Rx? 30. R-KN7 B-N2 31. RxBch

N-N2

P-KB4

11. Q-B3 -12.PxQ 13. N-Ql (c) "] 14. P-B3

32.

J). PxF

P-B5

ExF

15. p-N4

34. 35.
39.
1.t-2.

36.

16. N-K3 17. R-NI 18. K-K2 19. P-QRJ 20. P-QB4
21. P-N5

37. 38.
41.

R-N2 B-Q2

40.

p-B4 K-B2 K-N1 K-B3 K-R2 B-B4ch B-KA (f) R-Q8 B-B3 R-Q8 K-Rl R-Q7ch B-N2 R-B7 p-N4 P-Q7 Resigns R-K7

R-Q5

a. Forced. QPxN
b.

6. QxQch and he can't castle.
It

Tremendous threat QxP mate. c. The second best move of the game.

defends both Pawns t'i'Jice prepares and to lalIDch an attack·on his Black Bishop. d. A key move because he could ~ain a tempo by a check after the exchange. e. He can't t.a.ke the RoolI" or the Fawn Queens and if he doesn't he loses a Bishop f. D-Q5 and he couldn't prevent the Pa"tm fr-om Queenin.(";.

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TRI-STATE

OPEN

There were approx. 125 chessplayers at the unrated Tri-State Open, held Jan. 13 at ISU at Evansville.

Tim Wirtz vs. B. Coomes

L. Herrl vs. Cary Gerber

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Scott Richardson (9) and Keith Waterbury (10) came to the Hoosier Open. Their chess teacher is ex-state champion Paul Fisher (who predicts Scott will. be a master and Kei th an expert" by age 14) •

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_"T,e~~~

HAUTE

OPEN

De~~is Gogel wins from Edward Vano

D. Paustenbach losing to Louis Po"Oeiov

Don Swa.ns vs , Mark on Walter Bass and. Gary Deuser (who also beat Hazelwood (foreground) Hal Kibbey VB. Roger Vano, but Vano got revenge in the State Blaine Championship) ~·**-lH~****-I:·~i-*************-I'~*********************** Purdue Team at Pan-American Intercollegiate Chess Team Championship watch Deming's 1st. Round game.

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INDIANA

OPEN

1 ,

Robert Hale Jr. vs Danny Vespo

D. Gogel vs. Ell.iott Winslow

Jim Mills vs , Doug Fox

Zimmer vs. Poschell

R. Evans vs. R. Springs

Poschel vs. Popadic
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4th' HOOSIER

OPEN

George Kvakovszky vs. Cleo R. Mooday for the 3rd. time 0-3 for Cleo

Harry Brendt vs. steve Hunt (foreground) and Doug Fox vs. Wm. Haynes

Homer Peterson vs. Richard L. Swiatak

Richard Hulswit VS. T. Weittheff - 2nd. Rd.

5 min. chess before
the tournament
10

C. Mooday vs. C. Heredia No. 14 and No. 15 place in Indiana Open

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After being inspired by an Ohio publication . two~\9f ':Indi?l-na' s ve:py active rSCA members ' . wish-' to:: take a survey of their own through , the .use of the Quarterly, as to li.kes and diJ,(lJ,.ke:s Indiana chessplayers. of
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1. Types of tournaments like dislike one like=dislike= ~wo like_dislike_22daYs, like__ dislike __ one

you like or dislike'? day (tornado) 4rds. days 5rds. 3&2 rds. 6rds. 1,3&2 rds. day (tornado) 3rds.

2. vlhich day do you prefer for 1 day tmt. in Swiss Sys. Sat. sun. ? ). Which day do you prefer for ISGA speed Championship, round robin trot? Saturday_ Sunday_ 4. What entry fee would you pay for just a trophie tournament? (eircle one) $1 ~$2 ~~j;3 ~~4~~5 :$6 $7 ~~8 $9 $10 $15

5. Hhat

$5 $6 ~7 ~8 $9

is the larg,est entry fee you would, pay to enter a large prize fund tmt? $10 $12

$15 $17

$20

$30

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6. What types'of prize systems do you like? ___ Prizes based on X number of entries ___ Prizes in % on entries afterexp. Guarantee prize fund ---Guarantee prize fund plus % of profit ---Guarantee prize fund plus trophies -Trophies only . -Cash only

7. Hould you like to see' the 1974 state

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Championship Tournament helt as: in the past one section, $500 cash $600 plus trophies in two sections __ :?250 cash plus trophies one section ____ !lound Hobin 6 man Qualifying tmt *~:+

8. What is your pet gripe?

ISCA District Name 1. Hazlewood, Mark 2 ..Blaine, Roger 3 .'S killman, Dave 4. Robinson, Lloyd 5. R1egsecker, Joe 6. Simons, Gordon 7. Loughlin, Tom 8. Zimmer, James 9. Solazz1, Bob 10. Moser, James 11. Haynes, Winston 12. Fox, Douglas 13. Wes1oski, Bill 14. Morris, Ted 15. Jackey, Leo 16. Upchurch, David 17. Buchanan, Mike 18. Dolce, Mike 19. Evans, Barry 20. Evans, William
21. Bernhardt, E.

V Championship 1 2 )

April 14-15

Rating
1937 1701 1402 1404

4
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5
D) 4! W7 4 DI 4 w6 4 W12) L4 3 L2 ) WI)) w14 ) w16 3 W15 3 L5 2i L8 2 L9 2 Lll 2 LlO 2 W21 2 W20 2 Ii LI8 Ii L17 1 Bye 1

1588 1562

1520

Unr. 1299

1404
1488 1297

1385 Unr. Unr.

1154

1285

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1536 Unr.

1098

22. Paige, John 23. Boyd, John 24. Stephenson, R.

.1192
1717

Unr •

WlO WII W5 WI? w4 w6 D20 WI) .W7 W15 L2 W9 W22 W8 LI W24 W12 L2 WI8 WI4 L) W9 L5 w16 L8 WI? L4 Ll W21 W2) W21 Ll Ll) W23 L6 D19 Wl$ L3 Wl1 wI6 L7 W15 L4 W24 L14 L14 W22 L8 L2 L9 W20 L7 LI9 w24 LI3 WI8 D12 D3 L23 L17 Lll LIO W22 .L5 L16 L21 LIB

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L)

WIO
L6 wI8

L7 L4

W19 WI) L12

W21 WI?

LIe
L9 LII W22 LIS L20

1279 L6 Ll5

Ll2 W20 LIO

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The 4th Hoosi~r Open was a great success, doubling Ip._st year's attendance. Gary Klinglesmith of Louisville won the $130 and first place trophy by defeating Tom McIntire in an exciting Pawn & Hinor Piece -endgame. Only HcIntire had 3 points after 3 rounds, with nine players tied up at 2-t-t; there'were also. several adjourned games to keep everybody wondering. Roger Blaine directed.

4th HOOSIER OFSN April 28-29, 1973 Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. Class, Name, Locality I 2 3 4 5 6 7 A A B B A B B C B A C D D C D C B U B C B 1 23451btal D7 W2l D9 D3 DIO D2 W5 .W22 14 W27 W24 Wl4 Dl WIO Lll Dl9 D2 Wll D3 17 w8 L9 W29 W23 w28 L16 W39 16 L19 W38 W35 W13 W36 W33 W42 W37 W15 D8 D~l W25 D22Ll D21 14 W32iL12 16 D35 D30 L20 W41 W39 W38 L5 L13 L29 L12 w28 D25 D31 D20 D30 L23 W40 W43 117 L37 W41 L16D24 L17 W42 W34 L18 L27 115 L14 L26 W44 132 L26 L34 118 L36 L33 140 --W4 4~ W7 4 W9 4 Ll 4 W16 ·4 W12 4 12 3t W2l 3t 13 3t W20 3t W19 3t L6 3 W27 ·3 W31 3 ·""32 3 L5 3 W30 3 W29 3 111 2t 110 2t~_ 18 2t --- 2t D26 2t W36 2t W35 24 D23 2t L13 2 W39 2 L18 2 117 2 L14 2 L15 2 W40 2 W42 2 125 It 124 It D38 l~ D37 It L28 1 L33 1 Bye 1 L34 0 0 --- 0

9 ·10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

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C D B D C D U D D C E U E U D U U D U E U L~4 U

22 A

Klinglesmith, Gary Ky. W30 W32 Peterson, Homer New CastleW15W20 Gogel, Dennis New AIb-. W37 W14 McIntir~, Tom Ohio W31 W27 Shields, Paul Mich. W12 Wl9 Campbell, John Muncie W28 L8 SWiatek, Rich Gary W40 W13 Robinson, Lloyd NY Wl8 w6 Shellenberger, Dick O. W35 W39 Hulswit, Richard Ohio W24 W25 Havens, Lee Ft .Wayne D36 W40 McGinnis, Bob Muncie 15 W4l Mills, Jim Jr. Muncie W17 L7 Skillman, David Muncie W29 13 Hurt, Mike' Indpls.. 12 W34 Glaser, Steve Richmond L39 W33 Hale, Bob New Castle L13 135 Kuhn, Bill Peru 18 L28 Cahill, Ronald Ohio W4l L5 Riegsecker, Joe Bloom. W34 L2 Mills, Jim Sr. Muncie W33 W36 Kvakovszky, George 1af. w26 W23 Mooday, Cleo Crawf. W38 122 Parzen, Stan Earlham 110 W42 Weitthoff, John Ohio W42 110 Fowler, George Ky. 122 138 Guehl, David, Ohio W43 14 Booher, Cletus Ft Wayne L6 w18 Sweigert, Geo. Ft Wayne L14 W37 Andersen, John Ft Wayne Ll W44 Hurt, Joe, Indpls. 14 W43 Siegal, Sherman Ohio W44 11 Rice" Robert Decatur L2l 116 Gubelman, Eric Ill. L20 L15 Nalborczyk, Randall L9 WI? Ireland, Don Plainfld Dll 121 Barney, John Ohio 13 129 Heredia, Claudio Ill. 123 W26 Hubbard, Bob Earlham w16 L9 Rector, Wayne Earlham L7 111 Bertschi, Larry Ill. L19 L12 Skillman, Tom Nuncie 125 124 Hulm, Lee Brookville L27 L31 Harrold, Bill Richmond L32 130
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1973

INDIANA

STATE

CHAMPIONSHIP

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2. David Deming 3. G. Kvakovszky 4. Homer Peterson 5.~'IVIurray Newcomb 6. Judy Rippeth 7. Charles Alden 8 •.Rufus Simons 9. Robert Stoops 10. C Laskowski 11. D. Dana-Bashian 12. Danny Vespo 13. ~e11 Reynolds 14. Gary Deuser 15. Gordon Simons 16. Graham Shepfer 17. Albert Chao 18. c. Bennett _19. Bob Cotter , 20. Dennis Ryan 21. Chris Neuts 22. John Hartigan 23. Rich Swiatek 24. John Campbell 25. Gary Sanders 26. J. Antol1ne 27. Terry Perkins 28. James Tygum 29. David Skillman 30. John Barrie's 31. w. Sheridan 32. Eric Michael 33. scott Steele 34. Tom Skillman 35. Chester Groves 36. Andy Bennett 37. Cleo R. Nooday 38. v. V1skanta 39. James Hass 40. Jeff Field
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1. Edward

Vano

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Bernard Parham ••••• T.D.

ISCA District IV Championship June 2-3
J3ernard Parham

Judy ~U ppeth

(1864) (1688) (1755) (1515) (1263) (Unr .. )
M.IDWEST

1st. Place Trophy 2nd. Place Trophy Class C Trophy Cla.ss_D-E Trophy Unrated Trophy
ADULT OPEN

Dennis Gogel Cleo E. hooday Bernard Esarey David Thomson

Class B Trophy

Steve Tennant $150 + trophy 50, Hay Wenz,el. Gary El.inglesmi th 50 + A trophy Hugh Hart 50 + B trophy C trophy Kesser Richard D-E trophy William Kuhn Unr. trophy Dennis Ryan 33 players participated
1st. 2-4
MIDWEST JUNrOR CHAMPIONSHIP

41. 1 2-2 4-1 4-1 3-2
4-1

3-2 3-2

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Doug i'icCl1ntoek C.,Leiby l:)hillip 2nd. Wayne Fronczak 3rd. Bichael-Gant 4th. Nlchael Corrigan John Staley Dana Nance Joe Hurt 44 players participated 1st.

$110 + trophy 110 + D trophy 50 + B trophy 30 + A trophy C trophy D-E trophy Under-16 trophy Under-I] trophy

1.. ~ 5'5"-2

5!-i

42-1.J.. 2
4-2 3~-2!

i-I

3-3

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The IVfidwestChampionships under the fine tournament direction of'George R. Hartin drawed 2 Masters and 3 experts into the state for the colossal cash prize. Where ~'Vere all you cash & po i.rif hungry ISC}'. members 'I Illinois, Kent.ucky , rUssouri, and Ohio won I!1<)st of the cash; but allowed -Gant and myself to win USCF points and cash.
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The chess tournaments sponsored the Continental Chess Association.

by

15

INDIANAPOLIS "500" OPEN

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Dana-Baahfan •• 15JO

Wenzel ••••• ,••2188 ••5 'D o ~l • ... pao..C •• '. • • • • 2076' •.ti1,_ • 2 Gel-bert •••••••20)4 •.• 4 d.. Petrison •••••• 2020 ••32 Alden •••••••••2014 ••4

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Jasperson,S ••• 1520... 2 Toles •••••••••1516 ••3 S1mons.G •••••• 1515 ••3 Dubbs ••••••••• 1509 ... ! 3 Dickover •••••• 1440 ••3 Esarey,W •••••• 1434 ••3 Urquhs r-t •••••• 1430 ••3 1"1, j_ygllilio • • • • • • • • 1412 •• 12:. 2 Goin •••••••••• 1405 ••2 F£obbins 140L~ J •• Fowler .........• 1L~OO •• :3

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Vespo •••••••• 139J ••J Lucy ••••••••• 1392 •• 1 Phi11ippe •••• lJ79••1! Hawes •••••••• 1365 ••2 T.raas••• : ..... 1359 ••2! Boger ••••••••1349 ••2 Jackson •••••• 1347 ••1 Huelsmann ••• ~13J3 ••2i Braddock ••••• lJOO••2 Yffiievel ••••• 1300 ••2 • Jones •••••••• 1279 ••2 Hurt,J 1275••2 EsareY,B ••••• 1263•• 1 RichardsonpM.1263 ...~ 1 WaDerbury •••• 1249 ••2 Paige •••••••• 1248 ... 2 Nance,D •••••• 1226 ••3i M111er 1202.~2 Rlchardson,C.1079 ••2 Bruce •••••••• 1011 ••i Jasperson,H ••1002 ••0 Richardson, W •• 836 ••1 Bryant •••••••• Unr ••2! . ~ Calvert ••••••• Unr ••2 Dudley •••••••• Unr ••2 Dugdale ••••••• Unr ••2 Fickle •••••••• Unr ••l Hass •••••••• I.Unr ••l Highs8w Unr ••1 HOUgh •• o •••••• Unr ••3 Lytol ••••••••• Unr ••l Nance••••••••• Unr. ,It Rafferty •••••• Unr ••31 Smlth ••••••••• Unr ••2 Swedo ,Kei th •••Unr ••2i Swedo,Ken •••••Unr ••2i Thomas •••••••• Unr ••l~ Vogelsong •••••Unr ••2 v/oods••••••••• Unr ••2

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INDIANAPOLIS

"500"

OPEN

1973 WINNERS! l,>lenzel Papadie Parham Alden Ernst Gregg Gerbert Gant Deming l3erevesho Dubbs Nance liafferty
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2nd. Jrd. 4,-7

$200 100 100 $20 20 20 20 $25

plus 1st. trophy plus 2nd. trophy plus Class A trophy

4r 42 4 4 4
4
4 4
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51

4

plus Class B trophy plus top Jr. trophy

25 25

Class C trophy Class D-E trophy Unrated trophy

3! 3~ 31

'..2he Indianapoli s 500" under the tour-nament direction of William Glennon and Gordon Morey proved to be a very large and high rated USCF tournament. The tournament had 27 rated above Class C and of t:;hese, there was 1 master and 5 experts.

USCF RATING LIST
, The June Supplement is a cumulative list of the first SIXmonths of 1973, Here is Your 1 t bl' h d ti hi . as pu 1S e ra mg w 1chwIl~ be the one used for the U,S, open. ,The only ,exceptlOns will be new members who have ratIngs published for the first time in the July Monthly Supplement.

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June Monthly Supplement

CHESS

TOURNAMENT

SCHEDULE

CHESS LIFE & REVIEW

5-S1S, Sher aton Hotel. Lafayette & Waslting. .n, Ft. Wayne. In 2 ssetrons: Classic, 40/100, "en to all; Reserve, 40/80. open to under '000 or unrated. EF if mailed by 7/7. Open 'H;(I, Reserve $8.50. HS and pre-HS students .-l $1 Ie·55. All ElF $2.50 more at door. ISCA .em, req. for Ind. res. ($4, jrs $2). ~$ Open so, 50, 25, tr ophies to Ist, top A, B, C; Reerve '50, 30, 20. tro-phies to tst, top D, E_ nr. Reg. ends Open 9 AM, Reserve 10:30 AM ,i14; rds Open 10-3-8, 11l:30-3:30,Reserve 1l:~0'.:30-7:30,10:30·2:30. ENT: Midwest Chess Assn., !09 Hemlock CC Ann Anbor , M1 41tl04.

FORT

July

WAYNE

14'15

(Ind.)

CLASSIC

CROSSROADS.

OF AMERICA
4·5
Fund

OPEN

"UQust

$500 Prize

5-SS, 50/2, Atkinson Hotel, Illinois at Georgia si., Indianapolis. EF: $15, under 19 $10, all $2 less if mailed by 7/27,. ISCA memo r eq. for state res. ($4, $2:50. ss 200, 125, 75., 50, jr 50; trophies to top A, B, C, DE. & juniors Reg 8:30-9:3.0AM 8/4, rds 10-3-8, 10-3 ENT: Gordon .. Morey, 817 N..... alla<;e, IndianapoliS, Ind. 46201. V

FORT WAYNE
.l''''''ii"!

July

QUADRANGULAR

15 (Ind.)

August

RR sectrons of similar stren.gth [may more in low section), 40/80, Sheraton Hotel, fayette & Washington, Ft. Wa:yne. Give prox, strength if unrated. EF: $5_50, HS and e-HS students $4.50. if mailed by 7/7, all I .50 more at door. ISCA memo req, for Ind_ .s. ($4, jrs. $2.). t-vr. Chess Digest subs to 1st \ each secUon. Reg. ends 9 AM. rds 1~1:30-5 .;arlfer if agreed). $3 fine for quttters, ENT; '~id....rest Chess Assn., 2209 Hemlock ct., Ann xrbor. M'l 13104.

12$ 50/,2Y.;, La'Salle Hotel, 10 N. LaSalle se., Chicago 60602: 'Co-sponsored by Chiea.go CC and the U.S. Chess Federation, $$ 10,000 in prizes: 2000, isso, 900, 650, 500 400, 300, 200, 200, 200; Expert 500, 200; A 560, .200; B 500, 200; C 400 200; DIE 200, 100; unrated 200, 100; woman trophy. ElF: $35, $5 less if. mailed before Aug. 4. Late reg. nOOlA PM 8/12. ENT: 1973 U:S. Open, U.S. Chess. Fede-ratlon, 479 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 125'50.

U.S. OPEN

12.24 ('111.1

_ September 1 (lnd,)

~:

5-S5. Atklinson Hotel. Illinois. & Georgia ~:ts. Irl'i""napolis 4&2;25. In 3 sections: OPEN. . open to all; RESERVE, 40/80. open all under 1600 or unrated: BEGINNERS. ,1,,/1 open to alt under 12DO or unrated. EF '''' ~a1-'ed by 7/13: Open $12.50, Reserve $10.50. 1!ie¢imlus $7.50. To juniors under 18. Open >!i.50. Reserve $8.50. Begmners. $5.50. All EF '1.50 more if paid at tmt: ISGA memo .($4, G. $2) rea. for rated Ind. res. Open prtzes \00."i.00-60-40,rophies to ist, A. B, C.' DE, t mr. Reserve prizes. $100-50-30-20:trophLes to t D, E. Unl'. Begmnen .trophies to top 8, t' Under-1000. open ent. end 9 am 7/21; Is. Sat. 10-3-8, Sun. 11-4:30. Reserve en-to end am 7/21; rds. Sat. 12-4:15-8:W. Sun. 11-3:30. ,ginners erut. end 10 am 7/21; rds. Sat. -2.5 Sun. 10-1:30. HR 15-19. Read CCA. TourITlie'ntlnformation ad. ENT: Con.tmental ness Assn.. 4:50 Prospect Ave .. Mt. Vernon, tv. 105"53.

INDIANA

July

SUMMER

21-22 (Ind.)

OPEN

-llJ;lOO.

,1

4-SS, 30/1, K of C Lodge, 1305 N. Delaware, Indianapoli s. EF: $7, under 19 $5. ISCA memo req. for Ind. res .. Trophies.._ to top 3 top Jr. Reg. 9-9:30 AM 9/1; rds. 9:30-12:30-3:36-6:30. ENT: Gordon Morey, 817 N. Wallace. Indianapolis, Ind. 46201.

INDIANAPOLIS

MONTHLY

TORNADO

4-85, 30/1, Me"lIlorial Park Fieldhouse. Liberty Trail, Michigan City_ElF:. $3. Tro'phies to top . 2, others per entries. Reg. ends 8-8:45 AM, rds. 9-12-3-6. ENT: Edward Silakowski, RR 1, 127 Garden Circle Dr., Michigan City, Ind.
40060.

PAUL MORPHY

'September

2 (Ind.)

MEMORIAL

4-SS, Val'paraiso B-oys' Club, Valparaiso. ipen EF: $5, under 21 $4, all $1 le!!.s if' by 121. Prizes in % of EF: 25%, 10%, 0%. 5%, %. Reg. ends 8-8:45 AM, rds. 9-1-3:30-7. Novice ~ction for under 1400 or unr. EF: $4, under i $3, all $1 less if by 7/21. Prizes in % of EF: ~%, 15%, 10%, 5%, 5% 5%_ Reg. 8-8:45 AM, «5. 9-1-3-6. Write for map. ENT: Jeff Hartz, 12 Meadow, ValparaiSO, Ind.

VALPARAISO

July

28

SUMMER

(Ind,)

OPEN

5-SS, 50/2, Ball State Univ., Student Center, Rrn 301, .University & McKinley Ave., Muncie. EF: $10, ISCA memo r eq, $$ 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 9/8, rds, 9-2-7, 9-~. ENT: Cleo Mooday, RR 4, Crawfordsville, Ind. 47933.

BLACK

September

KNIGHT

&- 9 (Ind.)

OPEN

,


I

1

THIRD

ANNUAL

CROSSROADS AMERICA OPEN
OF
AUGUST

4th to 5th
j

INDIANAPO'LIS

INDIANA

$500 Guaranteed Cash Prizes! 1st $200, 2nd $125', 3rd $ 75, 4th $50,

and

TOIP

JR.

$50.
A.M.

Plus trophies to 'Class A, B, C, D&E' land junior
REGISTRATION: 9:00 A.M. ·9:30 AlKINSON . HOTEL
ILLINOIS &. GE9RGIA ST.

-.

reduced rates for participants ENTRY FEE $15

Juniors

$10

(Advance entries received by July 27 $13 & 8) Registration at site 8:30-9:30 AM Advance Entries: Gordon F. Morey 817 N. Wallace. Indianapolis, Ind.
46201
ANSWER TO QUESTION

The black player is the l'lorlc1 record holder for simultaneous play Jude Acers rated 2399. This game was played at the Mounds Mall in Anderson, Indiana on April the 7th. Jude played 30 players simultaneously and lost to William Sheridan on the 36th. move, but hung on 8 more moves before resigning.

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Grandmaster Walter Browne simultaneous sponsored by .

Tom Marriage 1914 S. 11i'ashington Danville, Illinois 61832 $7.00 if mailed by Aug. 6 or $8.00 at the door the day of exhibition Aug. 11 at Tilton Civic Center.
Acers on Tour

Jude Acers' third nationwide tour is now in progress. The schedule will take Mr. Acers to the:

Muncie

His exhibition

$ 3.00 per Board John Campbell, 210 Riverside Ave., 'Mun cie, Ind. 47303.

Mall

- Sept.

22

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INDIANA

SUMMER
July 21· 22

OPEN

Atkinson Hotel, Indianapolis

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$600 guaranteed cash prizes

District II Championship USCF Name Randy G111ilaJ;ld 1641 1864 Bernard Parham John Campbell 1685 Murray Newcomb 1792 Judy Ripp1th 1688 Bill Loser Jr. 1391 Jim }ralls Jr. 1360 Richard Cole 1483 Tom Prestwood unr , James Mills Sr. 1574 Dee Carter 1597 David Skillman 1409 Michael Lambert 1228 Stephen C. Hunt 1365 William Gilliam 1113 Robert McGinnis 1493 J1m Devore Unr. Tom Skillman 1197 Bill Sheridan 1656 Chet Groves 1}02 Harry-White 1235 Peter Ruggiero Unr. DavidWei1ant 1389 Rdl W21 Rd2 W15 Rd3 W4 w19 Rd4- B.d5-t,otal D 2W 7° 4.5 D 1 D 4" '4.0 W13 W 6'- '4; 0 W 5 D 2- -3.5 L 4 Wl3" 3~5 W12

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ISCA 'District I Championship (Indiana Res. & Students Only) ~-SS, 50/2, Chess Castle, 500 Sagamore Parkway, by-pass 52, West Lafayette, Ind. EF; $5.00 ISCA memo req. ($4, $2.50) Sept. 15-16 (Prizes based on 40 entries) 1st. $50, 2nd. $40, Class B $30,20, Class C $15,10, D ¥ below $5,5,5 Reg. 8:00-9:00 AM ENT: Bernard Parham, P.O. Box 2396, West Lafayette, Indiana 47906

Anteater
July, 28 - 29 , 1973

Open
1st Prize 2nd Prize

PRIZES

based upon 25 entries

$50 $25

Class B, C, D - E, Unrated
each
ENTRY FEE:

$.1 0

f

if available more

class prizes

$1.00 ISCA members $1 less players joining USCF at tournament $2 less

5/8S 50/2 Reg. 8-9145 a.m. sat. Indiana Memorial Union" Hoosier Den Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.

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~-----OFFICERS

Purdue University

Chess Club

President ••••••••••••••••• Robert Bassett Vioe President ••••••••••••••••• Bob Laird Treasurer •••••••••••• ~••••••• Dale Helfen Seoretary ••••••••••••••••••• Randy Sencaj

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Indiana University

******'

Chess Club

President ••••••••••••••.••.•••••Jim Simmon Tournament Directing •••••••••• Ted Morris Inter-collegiate Chess ••••••Roger·Blaine Ball State University

******

Ch~ss Club

President •••••••••••••••• Robert Hale Jr. Indianapolis

******

Chess Club

President •••••••••••••• J. Austin Bennett sec·y-Treas ••••••••••••••••• Gordon Morey EQ.itor••••••••••••••••••• Will1am Glennon Delco-Rerny Chess Club Presldent •••••••••••••••••• Pete Pederson Secretary •••••••••••••••••• BlI1·Sherldan T:-easurer•••••••••••••••••••• Tony Lowery

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1973-74 Officers
Indiana State Chess Association PresidentCleo· R. M!ooday, R R 4, Crawfordsville

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Vice-President-Richard L. Swiatak,. 521 ~ast 49th. Ave. Gai"y 4640'9 Secretary-c-Randv Gilliland. .3·736 NortH Bancroff Indianapolis, 46218 Treasurer-Judy L.· Ri'ppl~th,801North RHey Ave. Indianapolis 46201 . PQ.blicity Ed.-George W. Lafayette 47906 Kvakovszky, . 1927 ,US 52 West

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