ISCA Quarterly Jan-Mar 1974

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1973 ISCA Sp eed Cb_pioD

NOVICE

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CONTENTS
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No vi ce Ch ess ' ..................•....... I 9

Indiana High School Championship

1973

ARTICLES

P- K II P- KB II N- K B 3 N- B 3 B- B II P-KR3 p , Q3
8-K3 QxB

PBNP-

7 QxB to

BxN 0- 0

oa -

KII ell KB3 Q3
N5

Everyone seemed to decline the gambit today. P-Q3 is usual for black Ibes the reverse order hurt? Again black reverses the order. Black doesn't know the opening, he's just making good moves. I would have played -- N-Q5 for black. ilhi te must have thought he could get in the first attack in this posi tion. Black's knight at Q5 is already there and now the queen opens up 15 ,.. Q-P4 is better. Black is losing time here. Nowblack is on the bean. \\hite should push poNS.

N-83 BxB
N- Q5 p- QS 3 PxP P- Q RII Q- Q N 3 Q- B 2
Q R- Q B t

4th HODsi e r Open

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U.S.Open, , ······,·····4-6 1 n d t an aPr em i e r " " .. , , , . , ,7.9 ] 97 3 Indi ana Hi g h School Ch amp t cn sh t p 10 Region V Championship .. ,.,; ".11-12 I.U. Monday Night Open ......• , ...•..... ".· .13 !lastern Indiana Open., "." ,.," J4 Indiana Fall Open., , .. ,.···.,·,,·,·,·· l' Photos ,,., ,., , : •. , ......• , J6
1973 Chess ISCA Speed Championship Schedul e , . .. ........•• ~ ..•. """ •... , ••••. ,.",.,.~,.8 , .• -Il TOUl'nament

t10-0-0 12 PxP 13 P- KHII 111 P- QRII 15 Q- N 3 t 6 P- RII
17 18 20 R- R 2 R-Ht

19 pxP

a-

Q- Q 2 P- Q Nil PxP
P- Q N5 N x S'

Q5

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21 22 23 211 25
26

N-Qt PxN N- K3 N- B!I p , KN5
p- R5

B-R2 of course, 'but black's
rolling full steam ahead.

attack is now

QXP
Q- R7 R- Ii II
K R- B t

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Che~s
I.U.

27 PxR 28 QXP
29 K- Q

RxN llxP
N-N6ch

Invasion I Study fIxN, but black doesn't have enough there. ilhite might as well forget his at tack, and defend. \\hi te threatens mate, so what? The end is in sight. Not 30... RxP. All white's pieces are now hanging. Not too easy to find. At last a blunder. It was a long day. 34 ... R-B4-ch wins of course, but do you see the two move mate

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Life
Cheas

& Review
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30 31 32 33 311 35

K- K2 K-KB3 K- K3 K- Q 2 K- Q t Resigns

Q- N 7 c h QxPch N- Q5c h Q- N 6 c h R- S 7 c h R- Bile h

Ja.y

ElkcA

4th Hoosier Open
Larsen1 s Rlchard Swiatek
1 p, QH~

17 ...... 18 Q-H2

B-H6

Opening
Richard Hulswit Popularized

Black intends to shelter his king on the queenside and attack on the KH file, but it is already too late for him to at.tenpt such a plan. 1IIhi now prepares for an endgamebreakthrough on the Qieen te appropriate exchange of Qleens.
211e •••••• 25 P- R5 26 Q- N3 27 KxQ K- B 2 p- Rlj.
QXQch

19 B-BIt. 20 S-,N3

B-R5 P-KlI Q- K2

21 Bxe 22 N- Q2 2~ K- R2

Qx8
tHllIp- 8;1

21t. P- ORIII

side, after

an

Larsen's opening .a most interesting and little analyzed opening. in recent times by such greats as Reshevesky, Larsen, and Fischer.
p- 011

Other replies

include P-K4, N-KB3 (followed by a KBFianchetto) , P-K84, P-(B4.
P~OBII N- QB3

Here 3... P-B3 is met by 4'P~Q4,1! (Malysis
II

? 8'-.N2 . ~ p- K~

by Sol ti s)

N-KB3 is also playable, but after B-N51 W1i.te:loses much of his strong control over the key squal'€s d4, eS.- \\hi te here has the extra time not allowed him as Black in variations of the Qleen's Indian Defence. . This knight is headed tor the king 5 square. 5.;.... N-B3
6 KBxN Fl r st , eh.e~·s knIght must be removed. II ...... 5 H-KS3

&"N5

A mistake due to time pressure. After 31. N-B4I, N-RS, N-N7 it is difficult to see how Black can hold his posi t.ion. Black's knight and rook become tied down to the protection of the Bishop pawn. \\hi te can push through the kingside or cent.er.
~1 32 3.3 ~II ...... R/1-QR1 N- Bile R/1- RII ~5 K- NI!. 36 H-R.3 37 N- 811 38 N- Q2 39 P- QNlI 110 N-B3 I!.l R- R2 R-Nil
K- Q2 K- 62 N- B" N- Q2

R-KR1??

28 29 30 .31

P- RII pxP P- QR61 ~-R5?

e- 02

6 ......
7 N~'K5

BxB

Write's krright. is strongly posted at KS. It now becomes Black's job to eliminate the piece or to create counter attack on the Qleenside.
7 ...... 9 0-0 P- K37 R-Bt7
B- K2

R/lI-- QN1 R- R3 R/t-KR1 RxP IH.3 P-S5

1!.2 R- 55l 113 P- N5 lilt. RxPeh 115 R/2xP 116 R- HI lI-7 R- N7cl1, 118 R- 861 118 ... • ..
lj.9 RxNP

pxP

pxp
K- N 1

R/II-R2 R- QB t K- Rt

(threatening
R- Rt

R/7XN)

RxR
R- 81

50 pxR 51 P-B71

Resigns

Rose Hu-lmao

9.

Open
(black)
Bd6

P- KBII

My

regijlar pl~y is not normally so aggressive, but I felt that Black's. capture 0.£ the pawn y,q:Jld allow me to acti vely develop my pieces on the Kingside. (If 11 PxP; 12 RxP N~Q2; 13 NxB PxN; 14 P-K4! ) Black should have attempted to maintain ·his center pawns. Ely this pawn advance he forfeits his chances for Qleenside counterplay. 12 P- Kill Q- B2 13 NxB pxH 111 8-Bt \\lUte now transfers his bishop's operation to the cl-h6 diagonal. 1Jl. •••••• B-~' (prevent.ing 15. B-134,)
11 P-Q5?

10 p. Q~ UJp-Q51?

0- 0

Blaine Newcomb (llhite)
1 ell. :2 Nc~ ~ 93
11 Bg2

Dave Daning
Rb7 Rb1 RbS
e!i Ha!;l Rb8

Nf6
g6

5 6 7 8

e;J Nt- e2 dll 0-0

897 0-0 a5 d6 Nc6 Bd7

11 12 13 tll15

BIl.;J

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9 b~

Nbll
Nc6

17 Nf6 18 Qd7 19 Qall 20 He.3 111 Bf1

Qb8 e5 ReS Nc~ 9f6 N33 Be7 Rd8 e3

21 Nd.2 22 Ret 2.3 gil.
21l QglI

f5
gJl. Rf8 Kg7

.31 Rd1 32 Ne.3
3.3 Qf2 311 Qe.3 .35 Rd7 .36 Rd3 ;J7 Rc; 38 Ra~ .39 Kh2 110 Rail

25 Qe6 26 h~ 27 Rft 28 Qh3 29 Qg.3

Qb 2
Qc2

Qf5
Nell

Be5 Qf2 8e3 Ne3 Rf7 NeZ Ndllc5 ell Rc7

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Bl ack creates ~. weakness in his Kingsi de pawn structure.

this point \\lllte had nothl.~g 1A_J I'Xlrkon. Ine 1A_J his lack of devel.opnent \\hite would probably have to bung l.Il another: pi ece a,n order to continue his attack. Black's best move was undoubtedly N-Q2. . 16 P-KNIt. Olhite now starts a pasn st.ean roller)
16 ...... 17 Q- K2 N- R2

15· p- KR3

p- KR37

10 Rb 1

30 ell

Qf7

Up until

( time forfeit

- bl ack wins)

(to prepare Q-N2,

followed by P-N5)

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U. S. Open

46 RXPch 47 R-R6 48 R/3-Nb 49 K-N:?

K-~2 R-B5 R-B8ch R-B7ch R-K6 P-B4ch P-N5 B-B2 R-Q.B6 P-N6 P-B5 K-B3 P-B3 I(xR R)(P? P-B7 p- B8/Q Q-N7ch? Q-B7ch Q-N8ch Q-B4 qxR Q-Q3ch P-Q.5 P-Q.6 R- ascn

(m) Bl.ack's pawns are much faster than \~hite' s. (n) 55 ... P-N6 inmedi et.elv seems more to the
pornt (0)

A. McDaniel

(2174)

G. Kvako vszky

(1850)

50 I(-B3
51 K-N4

52 P-KR4 1 P-M
2 N-KB3 P-QB'I P-Q3 PxP N-KB3 P-KN3 B-N2

(a)

3 P-Q4
4NxP
(i N-QIl3 6 B-K2

7B-K3

0-0
N-B3 B-K3 N-QR4 B-B5 BX!l

8 '0-0 9 N-N3 10 P-M
11 P-1I5

12 NXN
13 QXB

QXN
QIl- Sl RxN R~B 8XP P-QR3 R-8J Q-84? axq K-N2? P-QR~?? P-R5? RPXP R-~~4 H-NG? B-K4? P-K3 R-N3 R-B3 \a)

14 P"KN4 ] 5 P-N5 16 pXN
17 Q"R 18 P- 83 19 R- B3 20 P-QR3

(b)
(d) (f)

(c) (e)

21 Q"Q
22 R-K3? 23 K-B2? 24 K-Kl??(g) 25 1'Xl' 26 R-QJ 27 R-Q5? 28 R-Q2? 29 K-Ql

(h) (i)

(j)

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3]

32
33 34 35 36

R I-Ql K-Q3 P-R3

R-B2
K-Bl K-KJ p~p R-Ql P-KN4

R- QBl
P-N3 (k) R-Q.N2

37 ItxP

38 R-KNI
39 p·S4 40 R-QS)

P-B3
K-Hl R-R2! R- R5! RXPch

reasonable exchange sacrifice which the current opening manuals se€!n .to have overlooked. lfuite cannot .reply 16 B-Q2?? due to 16 _... &p no r is 16 PxR, NxP palatable: 16 8-04·, NxP etc. or 16 P-B:i, PXP; 17 8-Q4, P_B4I, wi th Black better in both cases. (b) Black has a pawn for the exchange, in this case reasonabl,e compensation since his K-side pawns are weakened and he has very li tele chance of prying open a file for his rooks. Hi s only real winning chance is to trade queens and try to open a file in the ending" . ( c) Poiut.Iess.; l8 ... R-Bl is better, followed by 19 ... Q--K4, but his posi tion shouldn't suffer from the loss of a tempo. (d) Weakening, but '\Ihite wants tc free his {j1 (R-Ql - Q5). (e) Bead the last sentence of note (b). It «oul d have been very hard for \\hite to f6rceQJ.eeIls off. Black shouldn't do what 'nhi t e was unahl e to achieve himsel f. (f) Black should now take .the free KEF. \\hi te should have played R-Ql (-Q5) as per note. (g) If white insists on,losing his pawn back, he could .at least play P-(R1, so that a later P-Q'I4, opening a file could be played. (h) \>\hie finally· sees t~at his pawn was hanging. t (i) It is not clear why \\hile allows and Blac.k declines ... RxQ\P. (j) 28 '" RxNP is still correct. (k) Now \\hite opens lines for his rooks, but all his pawns will.be weak, so that it will be hard to make progress. Blad< has no no weaknessi s and should be able to draw. By trying too hard to unbalance the posi lion, white gets a lost game. (1) l'bw Black is much better.

A

53 f(-R5 54 R-R7ch 55 R-NS 56 II-N6

(m)

(n)

57 R-N:! 58 R-KN2 59 P- R5 60 RXBch 61 RXP 62 P-R6
63 RxR 64 P- R7 65 K-B7 66 K-N8 67 I(-B7

(0)
(p) (q)

Since Blad, has regained his exchange and still has a strong advance passed pawn he should win easily 61 .. K-Q31, 62 P-P6, P-B7, 63 RxR, PcB3/Q, 64P-R7, Q-B4ch etc (p) 62 ... P~K4, 63 P-f{7 R-Rl, 64 RxP, P-K5, and Black's King cannot escort his tvo pawns after sacrificing his Pook for' \\hite's fP. Eg. 65 R-Jffi3, K-Q3, 66 P-lll/Q RxQ, 67 RxR, K-K4, 68 I<-N5, P-K6, 69 K-N4. K-K5, 7.0 R-K8ch (q) 64... Q-Bl seems to wi n since \lli te can' t control the queening square. Meanwhile, Black can. get another queen. Incidentally 64·." Q-Q"I!8chs better than 6.4. " Q-N7ch, i but 65 IC-B6, Q-N7ch, 66 KxP, QxR, .then 67 P-ffi/Q draws as does 66· " Q-Rl; 67 KxP. (r) Now the game is drawn even if Black could keep his extra pawn.

68 P-R8/1l ( r) 69 I(xP 70 I(-B5

71

K-K4 72 Q,-B3ch

Drali

Sidelights
By Harold Winst.on ....

of the
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1973

U. S.

Open
Tournament Master Director Claudio

. Assistant

David Deming of Indianapolis (1889) drew Candidate Cangiotti of Genoa, Italy (2100) in round 3. Stephen Hurt 0 f Mish awaka, dale, Ari zona in round 1. Judy Rippetl1 had 6 points Ind. (1365) beat

John Kelly

of Scottsshe top

tied for 2nd. place in the Women's standings: whi Lc Eva Aronson had 772. of Indianapolis had 7 points $66.66 (9 way tie). and tied for

Dmal d Urquhart Class C winning

41 K-K2
42 P-

(1)

Ba

~3 K-Bl 44 R-B2 45 P-B6

BcB5
P-Q4 Pxp

On·istopher Maternowski of South Bend scored 672 points and tied for 2nd. place in Novice category (D-E) winning $50 (2 tied for 2nd. place).

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IND lANA

PREMIER

CRES S TOURNAMENT

19i 3
George Kvakovszkv

U. S.

Open

October

13-14, 1973

Ball State University

(1850)

Dandridge

(1656)
fbund one: The fighting nature of the tournament was establi shed in the fi rst round, with all games being decided by sharp tactics. Gilliland made a fine Exchange sacrifice against Mendel, but missed the best attacking continuation some rroves later and fell victim to a efficient cour.ter-ut.t.ack for his only loss of the tournament. Hazlewood won the Exchange in a sharp openi ng against Parham and showed careful tedmique in securing the point. Fisher-Alden was the shortest gane of the tourn anent., featuring a Knight sacrifice that won the Queen on move 20.

(Jane annotated by Or. Steven Tennant
1 P- QII
2 N- Q21 P-K3?

(a)
(e) (d)

(a.)

(~)

3 p; Q83
II PxP 5 KN- B3
6 P- K3?

P- Q811 PxP N- Q83 1/-83? P- QII
K2 0-0 NxN N- Q2 N-811? S- Q2

7 B-03 8 0- 0 9 N- K5
10 PxN 11 P- 811 12

s-

e- II t

(e)

13 P- QHII
14 15 16 17 BxPch? Q-R5ch PxN N- H3

(g)

e- R5
KxE

(f)

18 N- 011

K-H 1 Ex I' (h) s- K2 (j)P-KH3?
R- K1

( i) (k)

19 Q- R6 70 NxP 21 QxP
22 p- 55

PxN
K- 61.

Resigns

consider the French Defense sound hence th e (?). (b) 2. P-K4 lS correct (c) •pointless (d) 5· ... ·· P-Q4 was correct. Now6. P-K4 wound gi ve-\\hi te an edge (6 ... _. Q-N3; 7. N-m & 8. P-Q5) (e) glack has heen very accomodat.ing.L 7. B-Q3 (stopping 9. N-K5) would have been better. Now he misplaces his knight on the Q1eenside. ll .... p-m stops \\hi. te' s Kingside threats. (f) Again, 12... _. P- &I.. looks better. (g) 14. Q-N4 wi th strong Kingside treats is better. !Mlite shouldn't part with his King Bi shop volunta61y. (h) 17. N-B3 is correct, although 17. _.. B- B7" keeps equali ty. (r) Correct is 17.. _ .. _ ~ and, if anyone has an edge it is BLad, ego 18. PxB, P-B4; J9· R-83, Q-Kl and the K~<ade can be defended easily. (j) Now, since Black has a dead 03, White stands better. (k) Correct is 18.. _... B-K11 (to play 19. . .. P-B3 or p-m); 19 Q-R3 and Bl ack ahoul dn' t get rnated too qui ckl y_ nothmg helps now.

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White: Black:

Paul Fisher Charles Alden

King's

Fianchetto

Indiana

Premier
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Otampionship
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Parham Paul Fisher David Mendel RandI Gilliland (bar es Alden Muk Hazelwood
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N-KB3 1. P-KN3 P-K4 2. B-N2 P-Q4 3. P-Q3 4. N,..KB3 N-B3 P-KR3 5. P:"B3 B-K3 QN-Q2 6. Q-Q2 7. 0-0 B-K2 8. P-K4 9. PxP NxP lO.Q-K2 B-KN5 11.P-KR3? (a)BxP 12.NxP NxN 13.QxN BxB 14.KxB 0-0-0 15.N-N3(b)B-B3 16.Q-R5 Q-B3 17 .Q-B3(c)P-KR4 18.B-Q2 P-R5 19.P-Q4(d)N-B5ch! 20.PxN P-R6ch Resigns(e)

(a) 1his must be considered a serious strategic error. Ilhi te' s timid opening play has left him seriously behind in devel.opmen t, and he hopes to ease the pressure by exd1anging a couple of pieces and gaining a central pawn for. his KFf'. However, the exchange of his tvo best developed minor pieces only i.nten.si fies hi.s lag in development and his King is now underp rot.ect.ed, J\lloreto the point is 11. N-&1" although Black seriously .con si.dered sacrificing the KP with u... 0-0-0 12. ~xP N>N 13. 0xP 8-83 fol.Iowed by 14._.. P-KR4.
(b) Of course not (c) Bet.ter

15. CJ>NP 8-83.

was 17. Q-R3ch. NowBlack u ci l i zes t.he fact that \\hite's Qleen is defended only by the King.

(d) Oblivious to the danger, though a satisfactory defence is hard to find. (e) 21. K-N3 B-R5ch 22. K-N4 f)-N3ch 23. KxP B-83ch and mate next move.

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John Campbell T. D.

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White: Dave Mendel Black: Randy Gilliland 1. P-Q4 N-KB3 2. B-N5 P-IG 3. N-QB3 P-Q4 4. P-K4 PxP 5. NxP B-K2 6. NxNch BxN 7. BxB QxB(a) 8. N-B3 N-Q2 9. B-Q3 0-0 10.0-0 R-Ql l1.Q-Q2 P-B4 l2.QR-Ql PxP 13.NxP N-Bl(b) 14.N-N5(c}B-Q2 15.P-QB4 B-B3 l6.P-QN4 N-N3 17.Q-K3 RxB! (d) 18.RxR N-BS 19.R-Q2 NxP 20.Q-KN3 P-KR4 21.P-B3 N-K6 22.R-Bl P-RS 23.Q-B2 Q-N4ch 24.K-Rl Q-B5?(e) 2S.N-Q4 B-R5 (f) 26.N -K2 Q-K4 27.N-B3 NxP 28.R-Q4 N-N3 29.NxB NxN 30.QxP N-N3 31.R-KNI N-Q4 32.R(4)-N4 R-QB1 33.Q-R6 P-KN3 34.RxPch PxR 35.RxPch K-B2 36.Q-R7ch K-Kl 37.R-N8mate

French Defence

White: Bernard Parham Alekhine's Defence Black: Mark Hazlewood 1.P-K4 N-KB3 2.P-K5 N-Q4 3.P-QB4 N-N3 4.P-B5(a) N-Q4 5.B-B4 P-K3 6.P-Q4 P-Q3 7.BxN PxB 8.BPxP PxP 9:P-B4(b) PxP 10.BPxP N-B3 11.B-K3?(c)B-N5ch l2.N-Q2 Q-RSch 13.P-N3 Q-K5 14.Q-B3 BxNch 15.KxB B-B4!Cd) 16.QxQ BxQ 17.N-K2 BxR 18.RxB 0-0 19.N-B3 P-QR3(e) 20.:N-R4 P-B3 21.:N-N6 QR-Kl 22.PxP RxP 23.NxP R-Q3 24.N-B4 NxP 25.BxN RxB 26.K-B3 R-Q3 27.P-QR4 P-QN3 28.P-N3 R-K6ch 29.K-B4 P-KN4 30.N-R3 P-R3 31.N-B2 R-K7 32.N-Ql R-B7ch 33.K-N4 R-Q5ch 34.K-R3 R-B8 3S.N-B2 RxR 36.NxR R-Q7 37.P-KN4 RxP 38.N -N3 R-KN7 39.N-B5 K-R2 40.N-K3 R-K7 41.N-Q5 42.K-N4 43.Pxp 44.K-B3 45.N-B7 Resigns R-K3 P-KR4 P-N5 P-N6 R-B3ch

(a) Vrhite has cor tain l y not inconvenienced Bl ack at all in th e opening

(b) Of course

not

13. .. QxI

14·. &Pdt

(c) Now Ilhi te threatens

15. &Pch.

(d) M imagi.nat.i ve and strong sacrifice, yielding Black a powerful attack. (e) Only here does Black err; after 24... N-N51 the threat of 25 ... 8xP wins material. (f) Black's pieces have lost their harmony, and \\hi te quickly consolidat.es and counterattacks effecti vely.

(a) (b)

Ilhite aoopts one of the most aggressive hnes against Al ekhine' s Defence. BJt now IIhi te plays rather riskily, trying to est.abl ish I11S forward p8\\I1S fi rmly at the' expense of a loosened Kingside. Already the deci si ve mistake. Necessary was 11. N-KB3 to keep the Q.leen out. Now Hazlewood looks deeply and finds a winning attack. Fi ve forcing moves and now BLack must win materi a1. 1he threat is 16 ... Q-Q5ch amd 17 .. 8-K5, and Vrhi e cannot play 16. R-KB1 t Q-')5ch 17 K-K1 N-N5
1

(c)

17 'Q-K3

(d)

( e)

Bl ack gl adl y allows 20. NxP (R-Ql

11. B-!{3?

(c)

8

premier

games

annotated

by

Charle~

Alden

1973 Region V Championship
1973 Indiana High
October 1 Spiro Bereve~~os 2 Edward Pope 3 Hua Meng 4. Dave ~illman 5 Mi ke Rafferty 6 Joel Boaz 7 Mark Traas 8 Jeff Alson 9 Martin Keller 10 MikE. J ambert 11 D:mg Fobbins 1'2Terry Blankenship 1.1 O:m Urqhal't 14 Mark Graveni er )5 llirrell Krulce J 6 Graham 9J.epfer 17 Dave fuzic 18 Larry B:>ardrnan 19 Janes Moser 20 Mike Hurt 21 [(en Swedo 22 Kevin Court.eau 23 Pod Thunnan 24 Jeff Jackson 25 Tab Postlethwait 26 Jeff Hartz Zl Kurt Keutzer 28 Phil Beachy 29 Richard Jones 30 Matt Richardson 31 Fbbert. Banta 32 Jim Williamson 33 Lee Boger 34 Mario Obej as 35 John Williamson 36 Michael Phillippe * Didn't 1-2 .... show-up $57.50 for

School
20, 1973

Ch e s s

Championship

October

20-21,

1973

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Mark Bjo rk lund Mark Sierer Von Poehlein Ed Dreyling 77 Jeffery StJohn 78 Grr ta s Sirnnons 79 Dave Marzke 80 Mark Mulholland 81 \\'i.lli<~n Martin 82 Ibnn Inuthi tt 83 Ibug Williams 84 Mark Lynch 85 John Gingerich 86 Keith Ryther 87 Andrew Scheidler 88 Zach ery Lot tes 89 Bruce Gascho 90 Tim Ball 91 Foger Glilckson 92 Mike Long 93 Eric Mathew 94 Victor Steele 95 Jim East 96 Eri c Neuman 97 Kolo Bell 98 Richard Noerr 99 John Abraham 100 Kurt Dani els 101 Kris Mason 102 Steve Fulp J.03 Devot.i e S.18W 104 Cbris Laskowski 105 Lynn Prui tt ]06 Clifford Stevens ]07 Howard Teems 108 David Walls

73 74 75 76

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1973 Region V Olampion Ann Arbor, Michigan

Rmdall Andrzej ewski
To I edo, Ohio
2nd. Place in Heg i on Championship

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3-4 .... & Craig

$20.50

14- 25 '"

$2.69

John Campbell

Hines

10

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Cbess Assn.

Chess Assn.

Region

V Champion ship WinDers
RBnk Name

1. U. Monday Nigh t Open
Rat i ng

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break

Ist.

2nd. 3rd.' 4.th. .8th. 10th. 11th. 14th. 16th. 19th. 22nd. 23rd. 24th. 25th. 28th. 29th. 3011. 15th. 27.th. 21st.

36th.

37th. 3911.

Tom Crispin Randall mdrzej ewski Thomas Sloan Ri. chard Noel Dan lliyk Wayne Hi ckey Jahil Zamora Larry Paxton Janes {beige Kevin Clark Tom Feeny Bruce Sichanko Frank Fen.wi~ Cl eo R. M:loday Michael Griffis Floyd Furgason Ed IVblenda Mark Hale Ibni el Petterson Michael Sni th Mi. chael Fi. etcher Hi.chard fulling Janes Winanan

Mich. alio Mich. (1639) Mich. (1791) Chio (1676) Olio (1700) Mich. (1546) Ind. (1518) Mich. (15Bg) Mich. (1518) Mi.ch. ( 1570) Ind. (1409) Mich. (1432) Mich. (1479.) Mich. (1371) Mid). (1306) Ohio (Unr. ) Mich. (Unr. ) Ind. (Unr. ) Mich. (Unr. ) Mich.

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(2061) (1950) (194,2) (2054)

Mich.

Cilio

$'90.00 & 1st place & C1ass A & Top Jr. $10.00 $10.00 $40.00 & Oass B $7.00 $7.00 $7.00 ss.oo & Class C

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trophy trophy

Expert

trophy

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Unrated

73 pl ayeraan tournament; 6 from Indiana - Kevin Dark, Oeo R. Mooday, MIchael F'l:tcher, Alan Wagner, Steve Chapman, and Cletus Booher. J.D. BrattIn was tournament direc~~

1 Pobert COok 2 Charles Haley 3 James Moser 4 Hal Kibbey 5 [ennis Mecklerr 6 Tim Grassel 7 Bill Evans 8 Dave NJdrews .9 Kevin Heacox 10 Greg Linn u Ken Friedlander 12 All yn Benedi ct 13 Jerry Hartman 14 Jeff Flowers 15 Morns Jacobs 16 Gerry Hudson 17 John Kish IS Darryl Huls 19 Bi ck Flick 20 Ethan Bernhardt 21 Nathan Thomas 22 John Platt 23 Herschel ~hort 21~ Ibn Medlock 25 Jeff Cannon
TD's Pat Reed &

1627 1558 1887 1336 \.hr. 1239 Onr. 1384 1367 Unr. Unr. Unr.

134.1

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1270

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1163

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15 16 17 18 19 20
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George B

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Grandmasters
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material? po,ssess~d?

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to the light in this fascinatln. book published by the J.B. Lippincott Company. DraWings, photos, an~ unannoteted games are well preserlted in this 7 x g. ne r db e c k case bound book. The book i s of highest production standards and is acceptable priced.

11 Q- Q:3 12 PxB 13 0- 0- 0 111 Q- KJ

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22

Eastern Indiana Open
December 1- Z

Indiana Fall Open
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Bernard

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Pau s t en bach Gi 11 il and
Newcomb Sheri dan

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Mike Orlando Donald Urquhart David Deming William Kuhn Clifford A ke r

Class Class Class
Unrated

A B
C

trophy trophy trophy trophy

4~ pnints
4 points points poi n t .e points

4
4 4

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campbe] John Lee Havens James Antoline

1

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James Steve

II\,
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Ernie Johnston Dee carter Ronnie Lester Robert McGinni James Milis Jr. Cl eo R. ~Iooday Wise Bill Joel Boaz Rob Ellis

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12'.15 1218 1202 1159 1137

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Tom Atwood Danny Delou Mi chael Veron Steve Go] er Meyers

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tied for t s t: C ill U.S. Open 1st. class C in Fall Open

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Midwest Atkinson novice

Ls t.. p l ac e
TOUI"nament - Indianapolis H.S. 5*-'.4)

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points po1.nts llinald P-K4 2 P-Q'.I 3 N- QB3 4 B-QB4 5 N- B3 Urquhart P-KN3 p- Q3 B-N2 N-Q2 I(N- B3 KXB J(-N] Q-Kl Q- Ql P-N3 N-KJ

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( 1402)
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Sllnons 23 0-0 ~'1 Q-Q8 25 QR- Q1 26 P-KB3

CLe s s A

Class B Class C Class D Unra t ed

Mike Gant .... ".................... .,.4 Randy Gilliland, Philip Newcomb, & John Campbell .... 4 David Skillman, .. .... .... ,,,. ...4 R. Na lborcz yk, Steve Bender, & Randa 11 Derby. ., .3 Michael Fletcher & Roser Adams , ,3~

( 1623)
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points points

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8 9 10 1J

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17 N-K4 ]8 N-N5
19 N-K6ch 20 Q-Q2 21 N- B7 22 NxR

27 P-QN3
28 NXNGh

29 R-B2

30 Pxp NXP 3] Q- B8 mate

15

Erm e Johnson drew wi th Homer Peterson as Lee Havens looks on.

Richard

Swiatak Wahash Valley

Ri ta & George Kvakovszky Chess Association
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Chet Groves and James Thiele were tile last to finish their game in the Eastern Indiana Open.

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1973 ISCA Speed Championship 1 David Deming 2 Austin Bennett ......•............. 3 Randy Gilliland '" 4 Hi chard Swi atek 6 Dav i d Skillman 7 Judy Hippeth 8 Horner Peterson 9 Stephen Hunt 10 Kevi.n Cl ark .. , 11 Dennis Geisleman 12 J ohn Campbell 13 Steve Bender 14 Rohert McGinnis 15 Robert Hale Jr 16 Randall Nalhorczyk 17 Cleo R. Mooday IS James Thiele , .14. - 2 - 3 14 - 2 - I

Ke .1d Clark
Region trophy V Class C Michigan winner

Don 'Ihaekr-ey
Chess Editor Association

5 Michael Fletcher."

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13 - 3 11 - 5 9-7
6

10-

10S- 5%
8%7%71276%7% 8~ 8% 9 9~

llomer Peterson
I>rew 3 Eastern Homer aames in Indiana the Open (petroslan) peterson

'

(\U~dil..-0ill -e-OIV£,y)
break the first then Austin's Deming.

2%-13% 2 -14tie fell between just one

5%-10% 3%-12% 3 -13

It took 4 play. off games to David Deming & Austin Bennett, move before he would have

place flag

mated

s-ss, 40/100, tst Federal Savings & Loan Bank 124 S. Mwin, Bluffton, EF: $13,50, must be m'alled by 1,2/12, Limited to 1st 48 entries rated below 1800 or unrated, $$ 200, 100, 50, unrated 2.ii trophy Ist. Rd.•. 10·2.6, 11·3:30, ENT: Larry Keiter, 2W!''h E. Wa.hlngton St" Bluff· ton, liN ,M'n .

BLUFFTON

January

WINTER

,,.'3

(Ind.,

FESTIVAL

over $40); trophies to 1st, top under 1700, C, D/'bel<>w. unr. Free drlnner to 1st to ddeat player rated 400 pts. hdgher', Reg. 8·9:15 AM 2/", rds. 9:30-1'2:30-3:30-8, 10·2:30. HR 15.20 7 ~e:,hw~~'&: ~,OVSZkY, 192

~-:)r,~: l:;~~ferm:!!.,,! 17 ~~n~ .:r°~~t:l~ lSCA memo reg, of Ind. res, (", Jr. or stu~~t u.fi~)17~ 1\:t,-:s~g ~raf~'f~y (~g :tri ~~e~:~rM

6-SS, 45/2 I·65 &. road

LAFAYETTE

February

(rds. HI 451'90), Ramada Inn, 26 (Lafayette-Ro""ville exit off

SPECTACULAR

,.1.

(Ind."

til Q)

~

4·SS, 40/1, Atkinson

INDIANAPOLIS

Janu.ry,

BEGINNERS
Hotel,

l'

(Ind.)

Z

OPEN
&

~;St;'t~~di~}a~~" ~~e& us~~~~ni~O~4.~~ if mailed by 1/11; all $1,75 more if paid at trnt. ISCA memo ($4, jrs, $2) req, for rated 111d, res, Trophies to top 6. Reg. ends 9 am 1/19; rds. 9:30·12·2:30-5:30. Read CCA Tourn. ment Information ad. lIR 16-19, ENT: Continental Chess A•• n., 450 Prospect Ave., Vernon, N.Y. 105S3.

~~e~fls

nueois

Georgia

"t.

~m.

4-SS, 3D/I, Memorial

MCee

February

BLIZZARD
Park

16 (Ind.'

F1eldhouse, Lib·

¥;.~~hi~ic~~gafop Ct' t ElF:A~B, $~, IfD unrated, Reg, 8·8:45 AM, r<tr.. 9·12·3·6. ENT: Edward SHakawski, RR I, 127 Garden Circle Dr., Michigan City. IN 46360,

ltv.

5·S'S, Atkinsiln Hote'l, Illinols & Georgia Sts .• Indianapolis ~, In 2 scetions: OPEN, 40/100, open to all, ltES'E!tVE, 40/60, open to all under 1600 or unrated. OPEN: E'F $9.50, HS If pre·HS student. :~.50t~,mj!:r:".bY$1~ f3tr5G A. B, CDE. Reg. ends 9 am'TiD; rda. 8.o.t.

3rd

INDIANAPOLIS

January

,,..

(Ind.1

OPEN

::::e l! p:~

IO~i1s~~: ~~::. as • pre-BS students $6.50 If mailed by I/H; all 13.50 .... re U paid at tmt. ~PrI%es ~, trophiel to Ist, D. E. Unr .. Reg. ends 10:30 am 1119; rds, Sat. 11:30-3:30-7:30. Sun, 10:30-2:30. FOR BOTH SECTIONS: ISCA memo ($4, jrs. $2) req. f'or rated Ind. res. Read CCA Tou,". ment Information ad, HR 15-19. ENT: Conflnental Chess Assn., ·450 Prospect Ave., Mt. Vernon. N.Y, 10553.

5·S'S, 40/1. Atkinson Hotel, Illlnois & Geor· gla Sts .. Ind'ianapolls 4&225. Open to all Indi· ana students in 9th grade or below. EF $4.50 If mailed by Z/9, $8 if paid a't tmt. Trophies to top 10. 1st Girl, top 5 s-man teams. Reg. ends 8 am 2/16, rds. 9.11:30·1:45·4-13:30. Read CCA Tournament Information ad. HR 15-19· 23·2:'7. ElNT: Conttnerstal Chess Assn., 450 Prospect Ave., Mt. Vernon, N,Y. 10553.

INDIANA

February

JHS CHAMPIONSHIP

'6

(Ind.1

The United States will host the Candidates Ouarter:Final M~tcn between Henrique Mecking 0-[ ~haz~·l and VJ.ctor Korcbrm i of Russia. in Ja,nu.ary «t. Au~u.sta, Geor.gia.

INDIANAPOLIS

February

HIGH

16 (Ind"

SCHOOL

OPEN

4-SS. 40/1, Atkinson Hotel, nunois & Georgia St s. , Indianapolis. Qj>en to aU. EF $6.40, HS & pr'l-HS students' $4.40 If mailed by 1/11; all $1.641 more If paid at tmt. !SCA memo ~n:e:'~~nJ:°fh~~ rds. I:SO-IZ.2:30-5:30. Read CCA Tourna· Information ad. ENT: Continental Chess Assn., 450 Prospeet Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 10553. 1/20,
ment,

INDIANA

J anu ary 20 (Ind.,

TORNADO

[~4, t~~8, 3~l.f~:

s:r i,aW'-IIT

4·SS. 40/1, Atkinson Hotel, n1!noos & Georgia sts., Inrttanapolts 46QJ25.Open to all HS 01' pre·HS students E'F $5,50(1 If mailed by 2/9, $9 if paid at tmt. !SCA memo (~J req. for rated, lp<l. res. Trophies to top 5, 1st C. D, E, Girl. -top 2 Urrr, top 5 4·man teams. Reg. ends 9 am 2/16; rds, 1()'12:30·3·5:30. Read CCA To~rn.ment Information ad. HR 15·19· TJ..Zl. EN'P: COntinental Chess Assn" 450 Pros· pect Ave., Mt. Vernon, N,Y. 10553.

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40/100. Atkinson Hotel, Illtnois & GM'fgl'll Sts" IndianapolLs 46225. EF $9,50 If mailed by 2/9. $13 if paid at tmt, ISCA rnem.
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February

$350 HANDICAP

17 (Ind.1

QUAD

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50S'S 50/2 Frangipani Room, Indiana Mem· ortat Union; BI<>omlngton. EF: $8, $7 If, by 1/30, $1 less to IBCA members, $$ (~as , 'J 150 75 50 A' 20 B 20, C 20, 10, on 60 en t ries 't d '20 '10' "4 trophies to D 20, 10, E 10, "unra e 8~9'30 AM 2/2, Ist rd. biggest classes, BRI ego BO'x 932 Bl<>omington 10. ENT: Reger rune, , .. IN' 47401.
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SOUTHERN

February

INDIANA

2-3 (lnd"

lf~;,jl'~;in~lr~e<lq,,~1ff/atror 1~':i";:~;'tA~p!';i

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OPEN

!""J

handicap playoff at end of tmt, with floo 1st prize. $50 2nd, $30 eacb 31'4 " 4th, '1~ each 5th thToUiCh' 8th, $10 each 9th ttlroullh 16th. Higher rated player muat Jlive time odds in play<>n. ReI .. ends 9 am 2/17; r,ds, 11':30.1:45·5:30 (earJler 'by agreement), $3 ftne

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LAKE
Sponsored
rscx "iu~m.
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MICHIGAN

Open

Oub Officers
Ball State Un v ,

APRil
by Wabash

$2.50r~e'::'q.-:!':"'o,-·:"'ra7l(:-::"I~I:-:n-:-d.-r""':"'"::"'''_;'---':'=:=~~;;'':'::;~ ' s.

Valle

6·:7 (1974)

5 ROUND

SWISS TIME CONTROL:
. NO'DAAD

Bob Hale"., ... ,., Steve Hunt" .. , Randall Nalborczyk Dave Skillman Homer Peterson John Campbell Harry Whi teo .. ,

"., , .. ,., " , .. ,., , .....•......

,·· .P'r e s i d en t Vice President .Be c r e t a r y , .. , Treasurer ', Editor , ,Sponsor Team Captain

45/2
Morris Nobles Vern Dooley Ronald Myers Rudol f H. Boehm

Midwest

Steel

JOMnJOn)
4128 SOUTH FRANKLIN . MICHIGAN CITY, IN. 46360 located at U.S. 421 and U.S. 20

Vice Toinnament Ft.
Way.ne

President Pr e s i.de nt Secretary Di rector

ENTRY

FEE:

$14

If mailed

by

3/30

$1 2

To juniors under 18

All fees $3 more if paid at tournament.

'Dennis Robert

Geiselman Ri ceo
Indiana

President Secretary-Treasury
Un ....

REGISTRA"{lON
SCHEDULE:

8-9.45a.m.4/6 10,2.30,7.30-3 at .10, 3-Sun.
AT SITE:
(based on 80 entries)

PRIZES!

1st $175,

2nd

$100 $50

Roger Blaine John Boyd JJ.~ff ~lowers 1m Slmmons

Vice :

Presiden~ Pr e s i den t Sec~etary Treasurer

UNDER -1700: 1st .$100, 2nd UNDER -1500: 1st $ SO

Plus trophies to tst, 18 t under 1700,1 s t under 1500. top unrated, 4- man hie;h school team Unr. not elicibJe for top prize in lower section.
ACCOMMODATIONS:

1973-74 Officers
Indiana State Cia.,.. Aa.oeiBtiOD President-Cleo R. Mooday, R R 4, Crawfordsville 47933 Vice-Preaidai-Riohard. L. Swiat"lik, 521 East 49th. Ave.

send reservations to Verna Cappy,hostess Howard Johnsons(address tel: 219 874-7203

above)

Seeretary-Rand;1 OUiUand. tml6 North Bancroft' . IndianapoU.. 44218 Treasurer-Judy L. Ril'Peth, 801 North Riley Ave. Indianapolis 46201
Publicity

Gary 4640.9

'

TO ENTER: Make check payable to
George Kvakovazky, 1927 US 52'West W. Lafayette 47906

W. Lafayette

Ed.-George 47906

Kvakovszky,

1927 US 52 West

ISCA

Activities Calendar

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Feb. Feb. ·Feb.

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26 - 27

March March March April
Ap r i I

April June

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Indianapolis Beginners Open 3rd. Indi an apol i s Open' Indiana Tornado Ball State Championship Southern Indiana Lafayette Chess Spectacular Indiana Collegiate Team Championship High School Championship C. C. A. Tournament Indi an a Open Lake Michigan Open Indiana State ChampionshiP Hoosier open C.C A. Indianapolis

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