Indiana's

Chess Quarterly
January - March 1976

BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

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THE MINUTEMAN
Dennis Gogel

IN HONOR OF THE 200lb BIRTHDAY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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We Are Pleased to Announce

4 Big full Issues!
ORthanteme

THE

Bicentennial celebration

MODERN MINUTEMEN

November 15 was a beautiful day for Indiana Chess. Not only did a record number of n minutemen (18) participate in the 1975 ISCA Speed Championship, but Dennis Gogel of Jet ville proved to his fellow Hoosiers he is indeed an expert chess player by winning the toun

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Table

of Contonh

John Kerezy Greetings from Califoll1ia Roger 81nll1 In,diana,'s Patriots " John r. Cllmpbell Financial Report Steve L. Thompson 1975 Indiana Hig~l School Championship Cross-table 4th. Annua lind ia na Amateur Cross-table " " Region V Championship Cross-table " Almost South of tile Border Craig L. Hines Indiana Chess, Classic Cross-table Ft. Wayne Winter Open Cross-table Eastern Indiana Open Cross-table and Games $1000 Open Michael Fletcher Pictures Donald Urquhart and John Kerezy Indiana's Tournaments C.L.&R ISCA Officers and advertizement........................ Indiana's Chess Activities Calendar

TIle Modern Minutemen

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The 18 minutemen in the tournament were divided into two sections of 9 players each I preliminary rounds, with the top three minutemen. in each section advancing to the finals" preliminary Dan Ostas shocked a field which included Van Vandiver and former speed cha J. Austin Bennett by taking top honors with seven of eight possible points. In the other ~ Gogel was methodically chopping off foes in running Lip a perfect 8-0 score. Spiro Bereve Charles Alden tied for second at 61jr1l/2 to also advance into the finals. So in the final round were the six of Ostas, Vandiver, Bennett, Gogel, Bereveskos, an Dan Ostas, the surprise of the prelims, soured in the finals by winning just one game in t round robin event. Bennett, whose excellent suggestions helped conduct the tourney, see form as he finished with only two games and drawing one while losing seven contests. ( Alden took fourth by .spllttlng the middle with a f ive-f ive score. Vandiver handed Gogel a loss but was inconsistent against the other competitors anc settle for 51/2 points and third place. Spiro 3ereveskos was applying strong pressure to C in merely obtaining one draw in his two contests against the eventual winner ended up w and a half points and second. And that leaves Gogel, who once again in the finals meth: tore into the opposition to take first place with an 8112 score. Overall Gogel went 16-1-1 tournament competition, a phenomenal score for anyone. The tournament, co-sponsored by the Montgomery County Chess Club and the Wabash Club, ran smoothly on the whole. One minuteman tried to throw a game but that conflict solved. Several valid complaints were registered about the round schedule, but that too solved. I truly bel·ieve holding a chess tournament along with a speed championship is good most chessplayers 'evho would not travel to play in just a speed tournament would now ~ incentive to participate in both events. I hope this policy continues and is better advert supported next year.

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News

Flash:

Petros

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43rd.

Soviet

Championship

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ISCA Speed Chess Championship Preliminary Series A Division A Total Name 1. J. Bennett 61h 1 2. O. Fields 3. T. Matty 3 4. C. Mooday 7 5. D. Ostas 6. D. Rosenau 4 2 7. S. Roudebush 5 8. R. Surrells 9. V. Vandiver 6Y1 Place
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1975

Greetings

From Col ifornia

B Place
2
2

(The Bizarre State)

by Roger

6 8
5 7

1

4
2

Division B Name Total l. C. Alden 6112 2. S. Bereveskos 6V2 3. P.Cupal~ 2 4. D. Gogel B 5. L. Hass 2 6. G. Kvakovszky 5 7. M. Lambert 2 8. D. Matty 1 9. J. Rippeth 3 Rd.2
11

6

1

6 4

6
9 5

Final Series - a double round robin Rd.1 Name Location XXX 1. S. Bereveskos W. Lafayette 2. J. Bennett Indianapolis 00 W., Lafayette 3. D.Ostas 00 4. D.Gogel Jeffersonvi I Ie 1 V2 5. V. Vandiver IndianapoliS 00 6. C. Alden W. Lafayette Y1 V2 * game awarded to Alden T.D. John Kerezy

Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.S
11 11

Rd.6

Total 7112
2V2 1
8l)2

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2

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1

1
1

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5 6
1

1
1

10

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5112 5

3
4

When I left Indiana at the end of 1974, my chess rating had slumped to a r bottom 1463, really Quite an embarrassing level sin,ce I had spent flVelye~r\l~ 1600's and 1700's. Much of the bl~me could be laid on my academl~ oa a m' plus the burdens of organizing and directing tournaments, which dldn t, leave time to study the game itself. But still, with such a disastrous drop I_n.atln r haunted by the fear that after a II these years, I was st III an Utter Fish . The better part of my first year In California was spent Jacking my rating a semi-respectable 1640. (I also got in a few shots at dlrectlng~-helped at the big Paul Masson Class Championships, but my tavorite .~as the Petaluma Pal'; Sooner or later perhaps every woodpusher gets nts "day In ~ourt . My en. came when I walked into a chess club I had heard about In Burlingame, a subu San Francisco. No speed or skittles going on here -- about 50players were SE intently, using clocks and taking notation. A tournament had just start:d. I, Q pulled out some cash and asked the TO if I could enter late. No dice, said but after some pleading, he let me play With another latecomer. ( After getting in by the skin of my teeth and disposing ot a cou~le of Cia. in the early rounds, i found out something amazing. I was being paired With ( A's and beating them! Eventually I tied for first in the 7-round weekday tour with 5 wins and 2 draws. Only trophies were given out, no cash, but It was t time I'd ever won a tournament -- a boost for the ego, not to mention the ratin I sent a few game scores to former ISCA Quarterly Editor, Mike Oecke analysis, and his only comment was,*Sir, California players are very r

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Wabash Cannonball November Name Blaine Newcomb Dennis V. GageI 3. Thomas Char les 4. David Rosenau 5. Mark Sokolows ki 6. John L. Doc kery Scott Roudebush 8. Michae I Lambert 9. Cleo R. Mooday Paul Cupak 10. 11. Harold F. Cook Tom Matty 12. 13. David Matty 14. Dick T. Fields
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Chess Classic

15-16, 1975

Locati on Muncie Jeffersonv i lie Muncie Winamac Milwaukee, Wis. Louisville, Ky. Winamac Winamac Crawfordsvi lie Winamac Crawfordsv i lie Crawfordsvi lie Maunee, Ohio Crawfordsvi lie

Rating
1894
2043

Rd.!.

Rd.2

Rd.3

l~d.4 Rd.5
W6

Total
4112
4 3112

2.

1774

7 I.

1255 1930 1538 1420 1328 1261 1275 1266

1514 Unr. Unr.

W13 W8 W4 L3 WJ2 WID W14 L2 WIl L6 L9 L5 L1 L7

W2 W5 L 1 L 2 W12 Wf5 W14 o 9 W 7 W 6 L 2 Lf3 L 5 Wll D 9 D8 L1 L4 o 7 W13 W12 L1 D4 o6 Ll2 W14 WIl W13 L 6 UD WlO L 3 L 8 Lll L 8 W14 L 4 LID 113 W9 W3 W7

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3

Over-Rated

1'1'

D1 W8 W9 L2
WID

3Y2
3

2V,
2V2

L4 L5
L7

2V2
2 2 2

That remark took some of the shine off my trophy, but seems to be right. Th,( C lass A's made mistakes I would expect from a Class C. A 1952 b lew a Kn I me In a simple 3-move combination, and three 1800 players open clumsily as had never seen a Bird's Opening or a French Defense. Perhaps all this will give courage to all the Indiana players who are sf in Class C and D -- you're better than your ratingl Regional rating pools rea to make a difference. Many of these California players would drop 200 point they moved to the Hoos ier state.

W14
013 111

D12

0

W2 11/2

1'.0.

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1732

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1.-JEl.ddlgan Enr1ght

Dan Maxwell Dennis Gogel Edward Vano Bernard Parham John Petri. eon David Deming Hobert !<arnl s ky
Edward Pope Spiro Bereveskos Charles Alden

Blaine Newcomb Van Vandlvier
Michael Gent

1631} 1633 1631 1629 1627 1622/5 1618 1618 1617 1617 1616/4 1615 1615 1614 1609 1607 1607 1605 1603 1599 1598 1,596 1589
1,588 1610

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Robert

JolcGin~1s

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Craig Hines Tim Lewis

Tab Postletwa1t JUchard Rheins S·tuart Gaede

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David

Je.ff'e

Greg Verchota Bruce Wright Gar los Onave.z James Agler

1729 1722 1717 l715
1715

George Ma~tinson Hod Thurman

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In) 1710 1708

1705 'L70I+

1689
1687 1M7 1665

l 90

Mike Fetcho Dennis Ge Ls Lemari Kevin Clark Judy Rl ppeth Lloyd !lond Handy Graber Doug Manley John Elam Homer Peterson David Arrellson Underwood Dudley

1586 1,585 1585 1585 1585/9 1582 1582 1581 l.,57B 1578 15'16/5 1573 1573 1572 1571 1571 1569 1568 1568/1~. 1566 1565 1565/10 1562 1562 1561 1561 1560 1557 1556/4 1554 1553/16 1550 15lfS 1546 1546 151}5 1545/4 1543 1542 1541 1538 1537 1536 1536 15)6 1536 1535 1532/14 1530 1526
1533 1544

Hue. Meng Guan 'feh Ilobert Hal. Jr. .David Day Pe·~er Kamlenieol<i Danny Vespa

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1505 15011./12 1503 1499 1499 1498 11,98 1498 1497/4 1496 1494 1494 1493 11}92 1491 1491 1490 1490 1486 1485 11}85 1484 1483 11,81 1480 1480 1478/13 1477 1475 1475 1473 1473 1473 1473/1' 1470/5 1469 1469/4 1468 1466 1464 11.64 1464 1/,63/16 1463/12 1'.,63/5 14h2 1461 1460
11,60 J.I+92

Kevin Heacox
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Bender

Leonard Joseph

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Yarsh Farrell

Raynes

Steven Bartosh Cornelius Hoohstedler Thomas Rush
Timothy Mci'lahon PI'lHp mchael Raymond Woodward

Zacha.ry Ross Allan Casada lUke Hurt Mike Moosem111er Stays Pierson Tom Atwood Edwez-d Heiny Narilyn K1enltz Dava d Lerrt z

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Bob Krupp

Brent Adams

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Alva Louis Popejoy SaUl Reisinger Gary Sanders John Anderson
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1339/8 1338 1335/5 1333 13JJ/16 1333/15 1331/5 1)28 IJ27/7 1326 1326 l.325 1325 1325/8 1324/10 1)22 1322/5 1321 1321/8 IJ21/4 1321/~ 1)19/4 IJ18 1318 1,16 1316/12 1315 1313 1312/12 1310 IJ07 1307/9 1}06 1306/10 1}06/I, 1306/4 1}0I,/6 1)02/11 1)01
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Snyder

RobeTt Benner
Ken.ny Braun Karl A. FrHch

Scot t Sans ted Alden HODk
Nat Rhodes Gary Lankford Fred Stan

Ron Touketto

Scott Grant James Scott Jr.
Ed Ross Lennie Mishler Ronald Bishop Mark IkCord Gary Lutes Chris Keller !Hchael Dorsett Dallas Loven Don Butler Peter Haines Kenneth Long

Johnson Holodick

1262 1261 1261 1261/13 1261/5 1260 1259/13 1259/6 1258 U58 1254 1251} 1253/l3 1252 1252 1252/15 1251/5 1250/9 1250/5 1250/4 1248 1248/13 121f8/4 1247/12 1zh6 1246 1246 12'16 1246/19 121>6/12 1245 1245 1245
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Harry Van Noy Jordan Hender
Paul cups.k John Hinant Harold Cavitt

Richard

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Ale"is

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Randall Jeffery Young Dalla'

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Karl vennt vie:
Ernest Knox Kennerd F1akl! Sha~"n. Gll111al Gilpin Hammac!

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~rnest Nagy Steve St(Jrkle
Ervin Kus aak

Jay Ammon

James Webb Cary Bar~er

Gentry
Earl Phil

Dunlop

Dan Eggleston
John W1lliamson Nlke Lar-kd n Rod Gr1eg W1lliam W1ans Eli Luoero

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Monroe Beachy

1299 1299 1298 1297 1296 1296 1296/13 1295

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1241>/13 1244/8 1243 12/+3
12),gf10

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Gz-ae be Thompsor

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Denny Porter

John irJorth WllUam Oa Le Shelby Black

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Joe Melnd1

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Custard Swedo James 1'h1ele Michael Washburn Hobert Keith

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K. IJ. Anderson !<']artln Keller

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1282/11

Douglas Tolliver Neil Huz Lc
Bachmann

Eugene Barrett
David Allan Lee Hobert Stewart Jeff

Dana Nance

Kurt

Wayne M. Peterson Bob Ankeny
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H.ijO

David Dana-Bashian Leon Haffner Richard Spiers Nichael Freese Hm S 1i cnennyar
St:;ephen Hurrt Nark: B. Jones Ralph Schre1ber .John Chmi e Lowu e Chl'i s Laskowski

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1(,119

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1,522

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B111 Rlstaw

Walter Pol Albert Howe David Ourlacher Kenneth My-er

Michael Waterbury

Wes W. Smith
Ken S, Sm1ley ~lark Smiley Calvin OoLe Ken Swedo

Jim Ronco
Bufus L.

Paul Ch1ronna

Simons

1520 1519
1519

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1443

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Susan Tut ush S't even Thompson William Evans

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Edward Kern

Paul Lake Andy r'jurduc.k Greg H'lLbr-Lch John Skarha Zoll1e Johns on James Tygum Douglas Bz-avaz-d Hus se L'l. Gear he ar-t; Mark Wuolle Nemuel Albea 'rim Tabor

Jeff Cranor

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1266/10 1278

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1227

Von Poehlein

Chester Cz-ove e Raymond Wrlgh1 James Ca.ccatm s Estil E'ld r t dge John Grey Todd Hemke Steve La e s ch Alfred N'Ledert

David Jacoby

Mike BleSSing:

Herold Cochz-er Hi chard Keuf'ms John Unruh Reginald .rorms R.A. Gary

1227/13 122"1/4 1226/10
1225

David Shapiro Dan Brown
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1225/13 1224 1224/12
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l'1iohael Cruz Phi 1 Hi cke r-sne
Alan l,olilhslm

Phi 1 Humphr eys

Wayne Burns Tony r'~OI1Y Scott RiChardson
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Dona Ld Stewa.rt Kenneth l"reldlander

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Robert Lee James Reid
John

Scott; Ko~od

M. Bruce

Lal'l'Y Barrett Jim l~artin Hona Ld ,Pre i tag

Jeff Martin

Ralph

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1218 1218 1217 1217/8 1215/8 12111 1213/10 12l.3/9
1213/4

Herbert Saxon Hup;h Pea t he r-a t Henry .Ia a pez-e c Jeffery St. Jc Steven

Robert Randel Dave Backe

Boz-che r

Ed Dz-eyLt ng To," Mills .

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1211

James Findley Donald f'aner
Phil Leo

Gene Fanger
Ben Pi tch kit e s

Steven

William Bernard
Russell

S tuueae.n
Dreup Lloyd

rUchael Sll(lride Ernest Sharon
John Laurent Be Ls r e Terl'Y Nurray

Robert
Vernia

Saa.ri
Dooley

Jim ~:ason

Page

1211 1211 1210 1210/lf 1209
1209/8

Jeff Clark
John John Grey Trapp

Amick .Ja c key

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Steve LAne
Steve

Manduls.

Dick Richa.rdson Rondal Chambers Kevin McCracken David Trosky Christopher Wheeler .ra.ck Corson
Ed Braddock

Fred Vaughn David Rosenau Robert Smucker
James

Roger

Haun

Nan IHagner

Furta

1207 1206/8 1205 1204 1201 1201/15 1200 1200/7

Curtis Simmons Wm Reese Ken Larsen Michael Neyers
Duana Da.vid

Randall Earnha Jeff C;3.1dwell
Richard FUel, Darre 11 She phe Jim Barsto Gery Lankford Paul Frederick

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Pete!" Rugg1ero David Shapiro George Mortimer James Honeycutt Hersohel Short Terry Ruhs Ghss Garnes
George David Teel

Greg Terhune Ha.nr-y Faulkner

Jack McMahon

Simpson

Dan .R1chardson Mark F!and1ey Leo Sims Brad A. Baker W111iam Noble James Lencke Jeff HeO'er Ed White Jesse oomes
Glen Bastin Michael

James Townsend

Powers

Tony Mace Richard McDonald Cathleen Crafton Karen Eri as on N1chael Paton
Davf d Crowe Da.nny Henry Christopher

Paul Proctor

Jerry

Wedde 11

Pence

Don Nelson Layman M oGaughy Cletus Booher "hE R1"tt Bill Goodman
Rex Jones Chas J!i. Jones

Bon Carter Robert Rice John Grayson

1159/8 1157/9

Dav1d Zaiesk1
Edward Brown Loring Prosser Don Femmel

1158 ll58/12 1157/13

1156/5 1153/4 1152/4 1151/5 1150 ;1.149/15 1147/4 1147/4 n46/11 1146/7 1144/11 1141/11 1139/15 11J3/8 1133/5 11,32/11

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113~ 113 /11

Brian Kevin

Edward Brown John Burgess

1131

1130/10 112.8/8

Jim Chapman Mark EIlts Richard Dine Michael Patton

Hohner L. Taylor

1126 1124/5 1123/4 1123/11 1121/10 1120/5 1119 1119/12 Il17 1117/7 1117/4 Ill6/16 1114/9 1111 1111/9 1111/4 1111/4 1109/8 1108/4 1107 1107/12 1106/9 1105/4 1096/11 1093 1087/8 1085/12 1084 1078 1078/4 1078/4 1077/9 1076/9 107i+/4 1070/5 1070/13 1070/4 1069/9 1067/9 1067/12 1064/1f 1063/12 1063/5 1060/8 1057 1057/9 lOal/4 10 8/4 1043/12 1042/8 1041/4 1039/7 1033/9 1026/4 1023/8 1022/4 1021 1020 1020/7 1017 1017 1014-/7 101J/8 1013/6 1013/4 1010/16 1008/4 1007/5 1002/4 998/12

Robe~t D. Campoell Lewis Hoff Bernard Bowens
Fa tr1 ck Sheehy ~lark A. Brown Donald Baxter Richard Albea

M1chael Bev1ngton Earl St. Germain David Reed Z1efana oraskovich PatrIck Farabee RIchard HofhelmeT Steven Barnhill Kenneth Sims
Dave Boyd Lynn Pru1tt Chris Fisher Eugene Mshar Gary E. Thomes Lasz 10 Kohalmi

John Trasfer Ra.ymond Zapala

HerlIJ.a.n xoench Merlyn Moore

Steven Emery Thoma. Skillman uevt d Huey Mne Watk1n. Cha. Boyd W11liam Diok J1m l.ew1. Chris Gerlach Mark 1l1odget Ray Atnip Ted Wh1 tford Matthias Gett1nger
James Yarbor

M1ke

Ronald Highland
Mcera ken

996/5 990/8 986/4 985/5 984/4 982/4 978/4 977/12 97J/9 971/9 969/5 969/4 965/9 965/8 964/6 962 961/8 960/7 956/4 955/4 952/4 951/4 945/4 944/4 939/5 936/8 936/4 933/4 929/12 920/13 918/4 917/4 912/8 906/4 897/4 896/13 891/9 888 882/5 873/4 870/4 860/7 859/16 853/1; 847/4 833/4 818/4 814/8 809/7 807/1; 798/4 798/4 771/5 769/4 757/'> 755/7 755/4 736/4 73,/4 73 /4 723/4 702/6 656/4 651/4 629/4 599/4 531f/4 527/8 415/8

Ceo:rgeA~

Ethan

Albert

Ross Lathrop

Sm1th

Goffma.n

G1vene

FINANCIAL REPORT
The Indiana State Chess Association has $388.57 on deposit in the Elston Bank at Crav at the beginning of this Bicentennial Year. I have received comments from several people, th too much money for lSCA, as a non-profit organization, to have on hand. But, according to MI and my figures we are now operating in the black. We are committed to put out 670 issues of QUarterly; at approximate cost of 50 cents per issue or $335.00 worth of Quarterlies. The $3 $388.57 and with the rise of postage and additional expense of being the clearinghouse for te with zip-code areas 460 - 479 most of this will be eaten up in postage. It also must be mentioned that prior to Cleo Mooday assuming the office of Editor, the E for the last two Quarterlies, Oct. 74 and Feb. 75, were averaging $220.00 each! The last qu, us. $175.00; a savings of $50.00. This savings is a direct result of Cleo shopping for the 10 printer and buying a Var i-Typer with his own money. When the Vari-Typar is paid for we wi even greater sav ings,

Mark Burgess Bryan Baker

Bruce

Wayne Potter Rodney Guehn Brian Coleman Mike Church E:rlc Robinson
Jallles Hi vera

Dick F!artz

Barnes

Davfd Scklrlm Wallace De ugher-t Tom Owens

y

Mark Flanagan Bill Jocoby Howa.rd S. Penrod
Jack AleI Yost Carter

Russell

John J. Penrod Rick WUburn Craig Hoyt Stephan V11;osky :Mark Watness
:Mills

9JO/lf

Dert1n Chastain Charles Knight VIvian Schmucher Jeff Stewart Timothy Lacey
DI ck Harts

Steve L. Thompson ISCA Treasurer From the Editor
First, I would .Iike to thank Steve for his comment about my service as Editor. Secondly mention that aC,cordlng to my figures we now have 250 members. This total may soon drop, i1 the up and coming chess clubs in Indiana dosen't require membership in their USCF rated tal It, seems hilarious that the ISeA Quarterly advertises their tournaments and reports cross-tab pictures and stories from the tournament and scratch their backs, but they are unwilling to sc by not requi ring a II their tournament players to join ISeA to play in tournament.

Mark Scott

ock

James Johnson Gene Gruzella Ed Angleton ~iche.e1 Taylor Arde 11 Shirey Kenneth Smo11msky
Leonard Wallace Leno red T hi bo Chery 1 Raymond T1m Gardner Douglas Strong Chuck Mlka11an Sherman Barton Steven ~1cNe11

Arthur Smi th Riohard Smith Fred Th1emrodt Robert Byrom Bruce Gascho
Tom Shreder

George Ordel Jack M. Taylor

Marl Nolen Harold Haines Karl Sm1th Kevin F!iggins Neil Yates Jim Wilson
Gary

Greg N ...aylo:r T Henry Rt:esr;uf James White Sylvester Highsaw Kenneth D. Mann nennt a Williams JeH Wethington RUG 11 Lash se Norman Reet Zachary Paige David He. thaway
Robert L. Jones

Hamilton

Joseph McCormiok Rich Helton Jeff CUlllmlngs :Ma:rk Hokema. Riel< Holifield BOb K. Fail' Ron Owens
John

Cleo R. Mooday ISCA Editor Indiana State High School Championship Mike Hurt (1494)
1. P-K4 2. N-KB3 3. P-Q3 4. P-KN3 5. B-N2 6. QN-Q2 7.0-0 8. P-B3 9. P-QR4 10. N-B4 11. N-R4 12. PxP 13. N-K3 14. P-KB4
P'QB4 P-Q3 N-QB3 N-B3 P-KN3 B-N2 0-0 Q-B2 R-N1 P-QR3 P·QN4 PxP P-N5 PxP

Ma.rk HarriS Kevfn Hco ker John Hempfl1 ns John Horan Nancy Ernestes
Howard J.

KUJl%er

- Oct. 1975

Jim Mi lis Jr. (1722)
15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. PxP R-R3 Q-B3 N-Q5 PxB P-B4 PxP Q-K2 Q-R2 RxR B-QS ch Q-KN2 NxPch B-K3 R·N8 N-Q2 BxN N·R2 P-K?? PxP P-K4 RxB N-QB3 K-R1 N-NS ?? Resigns

Ted Martin John Caln

Steve

Stanton

Rodney Grimes Wll·l1am Pa k Neil G"th Anthony Barker
Mike Sage rJim MoMurray Mark Lash

Penrod

or the 71+6 total acnavc Indtana patriots tn 1975 (only 593 are in the July issue j t.tie vast majority arc in C, D and E classes. However E class 1s suspect Since only 42 are established players. The
CI'Ub-ar 98 have provis1onal charts A olass while rat1ngs. rarely players. Expert meaning show they may not
j

return while

to

tournament other support prize,sl

chess. end there

This is

explains usually an funds

why

t:o'll'l""t'lament wall und several

G and B,

H classes C, and take

a.t the
usually the top

a P Tt

The

D classes car e of

their at least

own pr1%e the.ts

l;.iy tl'l1}1r

own entries,

a.nd A. class

thew!1Y

It 16 in Inaiann. By classes the above rat1ng list bre~ks down as followsf 1 Master, 6 Experts, 2, Ol"'D s, 70 Cla •• B, 194 Class C, 239 Class D, 140 Class E, 52 Class F, and 19 Class G and H. John T. Campbe 11

Mike Hurt 1975 Indiana High School (

1975 Indiana High School Chess Championship

Results 4th, Annual Indiana Amateur
Rd.1 W7 W8 W9 WID LI1 W12 L1 L2 L3 L4 VI S L6 W12 Rd.2 W4 D6 Rd.3 L W W L 3 4 1 2 6 DS RdA Rd.S W2 L1 VI 6 Total 4

1 2 3 4

4

6 7 8 9 10

11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Mike Hurt Paul Chironna Eric Fischvogt Mark Bjorklund Bi II Slichemeyer Jim Murduck James Moser Ric hard Heard Rick Rheins Mike Larkin Brent Adams Kurt Simmons Matthews Rohdes Michae I Lambert Scott Grant Steve Storkel Brian Miller Jordan Henderson Eric Strickland Joel Alson Gary Pass Mark Wuolle David Rosenau William Noble Wayne Hamilton David Huey Scott Saulman Eric Klassen

1494 1599 1339 1622 1667 1615 1607 1354 1328 1481 1433 1210 1118 1328 1317 1246 1327 1219 1460 1617 1227 1352

7
61,2

6 6 6 6 6 6
51,2

51,2 5

5
5

41,2 41,2

41,2
41,2

41,2 41,2
41,2 41,2

1111
1221 1352 1078 1108 Unr.

4 4 4 4 4 31,2 3)1

29 Russell Losh 30 Edward Ore ling 31 Karl Suelzer 32 Tom Mills 33 John Hinant 34 Jim Mi lis 35 John Gingerich 36 Richard Kaufman 37 Todd Hemke 38 Alan Wi Ihelm 39 Laure nt Be Is ie 40 Jeff Wethington 41 Arvids Ziedonis 42 Bob Smucker 43 Steve Wlodek 44 Chri S Graebe 45 David Wirtz 46 Gary Hamilton 47 Chris Wiessen 48 Chris Estep 49 Mike Rademaker 50 Kreager Powers 51 Harold Wagner 52 Bob Lafevers 53 Brian Ridgely 54 larry Kinser 55 Beth Turner 56 Kenneth De marest

1013 1214 Unr. 1213 1296 1722 1205 1228 1224 1224 1266 800 1278 1265 Unr. 1243 Unr. 1023 Unr. Unr. Unr. Unr •

31,2 3 3 3

October 25-26, 1975 Name I. 2. 3. 4. S. Donald Urquhart David Mendel Kenneth Hoffmeyer Hannelore Catania Mike Wiseman Ronnie G. Lester Duane Catania James E. Hawes Roger S. Lawton Richard Arnold Gilpin Hammack Jr. John Bray Lasz lo Kohalmi Arthur J. Smith Rating 1834 1817 1737 1652 1598 1562 1492 1339 1270 1259 1246 1211 1111 1064

W
'II L D D D

8

3
21,2 21,2

Wll
L1 W13 D2 WID VI 9 L8 L7 L3 LI3 L5

6.
7. 8. 9. 10. 1I. 12. 13. 14.

o

2

Wll
W13 LIO W9 L7 W14 La LI2

2
2 11,2
11,2

3 2 5 4 7 6 L1 W12 W12 LI3 LID

3V2
4

VII 3'
W7 L3 L5 LIO L11 W8 W9 L9 L4

2V2
3

o

2V2
2112 2 3 2 1

11,2

Wll

2
0

1Yz
1

T.D. Bill Smythe

1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l. 2, 3. 4, 5. 6. 7. Arthur J. Smith Rodney Grimes Gregg Acton Kenny Ellis Gene Hawki ns Michael Price Michael Whitfield

13th.

Indiana

Beginners W6 L5 L4 W3 W2 L5 L3 W2 D7 WI 04 W7 L6 L6 L5 W4 W3 W3 Ll W6 W7 W2 L5

unr.

846 Unr. Unr. Unr. Unr.

1064 656 Unr. Unr. Unr . Unr . Unr . 5th. Indiana
1516 1464 1451 1214

3

0 1

21,2

W6 Reserve

L1

L7

L1

L4

4 2

11,2

0

Tornado
WS W6 W8 D9 Ll L2 wa L3 D4 W7 W3 W2 LI W6 Vi7 W3 D4 LI D2 4

0

0
0

L 2. 3. 4.
5. 6.

1sf.

Annual

BedfordNorth~Lawrence
I T earn T ournarnenf 12ljz
12 B. 9. 10. 11. 12. 4 3

H. S.
l!!2 1Vz
1\-2
1
D 7 6 51/2

Invitationa
1. Bedford North-Lawrence New Albany B New Albany A Owen Valley Columbus East A Charlestown A Bedford North·Lawrence A

7. 8. 9.

Theodore Cutshall Keith Sweda David L. Cohron Edward Dreyling Larry J. Mi Iler Michae I Bevington Arthur J. Smith Kenny Ellis Michael Whitfield

L2
D5 D4 W9 LI L7 L6

2Y2 2
21/2

1213
1116 1064 Unr. Unr.

09
L3 L4 L5 DS

W8
L8 W9

2
1 2 1

W6
L7

2. 3. 4.
5, 6. 7.

3

11

B

21/2 10V2 2 10 2 9 2 7\-2

Loogootee Charlestown B Columbus East B Heritage Hills Brownstown A Brownstown B Composite

Region

V

Charnpionshi

p

Burns

(w~'ite )
P-K4 N-QB3 B-B4 N·83 0-0 B-N3

Maddigan

(b lack)
7. PxP B, Q-Q5 9. P·QN4 10. Q·Q1 11. B-Q3 12. PxP ep

board 1
KNxP N-B4 N-K2 N-K5 P-Q4 NxP

Round 5
13. 14. 15. 16. 17. P-B4 P-QR3 Q·B2 B·N2 NxN Draw P-QB4 N(Q3)·B' P-KR3 N-QS PxN

1Vz

5V2 5
0 41/2

13.
14.

1. P·K4 2. N·KB3 3. B-NS 4.0-0 5. P-B3 6. P-Q4

is.

11

Region

V

Championship

Region

V Championshi

p

Ft. Wayne, Indiana

October 18 19, 1975
w

Reserve Section
FR SR 14 30 2 7 3 9 12 10 20 13 Name state IN NC IN IN IN MI IN OH IN IN MI IN IN IN OH MI IN IN IN IN MI IN IL IN IN IN IN MI IN IN IN USCF 1363 UNR. 1568 1498 1552 1485 1389 1446 1265 1569 1367 1439 1328 1351 1157 UNR. 1357 1512 1200 1213 1228 1321 UNR. 1517 TP 4Y2 W23 2 3 4 W3 5 D2 Med 11.0 9.0 9.5 9.0 8.5 B.5 7.5 6.0

Open Sect ion
FR 1 SR 2 Name Maddigan, Charles Bums, Robert H. Lindsay. Fred Foley, John R. Hill, Chad Fletcher, Michael Tobin, Mitch Urquhart, Dona Id Graber, Randy Kvakovszky, George Hartigan, Cra ig Mills, James Jr. McCue, Mark E. Marfia, Jim Brattin, J.D. Ryan, Randy Linn, Peter Sw inde II, Larry Johnston, Ernie Freese, Michael Clark, Kevin Patterson, Daniel Smith, Les Leroy Smith, Michae I Geisleman, Dennis Schorr, Andrew Jr. state IN OH MI OH MI IN IN IN IN MI IN MI MI MI OH MI IN IN IN IN OH MI MI IN IN USCF TP 2140 2101 2148 187~ 1865 1820 2064 1834 1636 1858 1609 1729 1798 1947

2

3

4 D3 W6 D1 WlO W2D L2 W14 W15 W23

5 D2 01

Med 10.5 9.5 9.0

Solk

1

4

2 '3 3 47 58 6 12 74 8 11
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 22

9
24 16 15

11'1

5
10 21

02 W14 W22 W17 Ul 3 3 LID LI3 L1 2\12 W 9 018 211l W 8 016 2Vz L2 21/2 L 1 W 9 L6 2112 W21

W13 4 W12 4 D18 4 W20 31/2 W16 31/2 W19 31,1 W25

WID W 4 D 5 Wll W23 W 5

17.0
16.0 14.0 13.5 14.5 14.5 14.0 13.0 8.0 16.0 14.5 13.5 13.5 13.0 12.5 10.0 9.5 12.5 5.0 12.5 11.0 7.5 13.5

2
3 4 5

WlS L 1
L3

W7 W8
W12 Wll

8.0
9.0 8.5 8.0 7.5 5.5 9.5 8.5 8.5

6 8
7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

D7
D6 W21 W26 W13

L3 L4
W1B

DIS L 2 W22 L 6 W23 W17 L5 LIO W21 014 W18 L 7 013
Ll7 W16 U4 LF L8 W26 LI2 W24 Bye LI3 Lll 010 W20 W24 L9 W26 L 5 LI6 023 WO 021 LI7 U9

L4

11
18 16

8.0 8.0
7.5 6.5 6.0

26
28 15 6 23 22 21 19 29 4 5 24 27 31 25 8 17

16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

1841 1639
1918 1806

6
14 25 20 18 13 19 23 17

1603
1668 1713 1815 1692 1625 1715 Unr.

21/2 2\12 2112 2 2 111l

W24 L5
D23 D3

L 4 W25
012 L8 011 L21

8.0
1.5

L6 L4

W24 D22
W19 L 8

8.0
7.0 4.0 8.0

11,1 Ll4 11,1 W26

22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

1

017
US L7

L 7 D20 L 3 LI2
L20 W26 L25 Bye U5 L9

L9
LI8 WD U6

26

26

a

1 1

6.0
2.5 6.5

8.5
6.0 11.5

L22

Region V Championship - Open George Kvakovszky
1. P-Q4 2. P-K3 3. B-Q3 4. N-Q2 5. P-KB4 6. KN-B3 7. P-B3 8. N-K5 9.0-0 10. Q-B3 11. P-KN4 12. P·N5 . 13. P-KR4 14~ P-R5 P-Q4 N-KB3 P-KN3 B-N2
O,,()

(l85S)

Charles Maddigan (2140)
15. PxNP 16. Q-R3 17. BPxN 18. N-B3 19. R-B2 20. B-Q2 21. QxN 22. R-R2 23. QxP 24. K-Rl 25. QxP ch 26. R-KNI 27. R-R7 28. PxB BPxP NxN Q-K2 R·B2 R(l )-KBI N-R5 RxN K·B2 R·N6 en K·K1 K-Q1

Colle

System

Skarha, John E. Chevalier, Fredrick R. Vespo, Dan ie I McMahon, Jim Blaser, Robert A. Molenda, Ed Meyers, Steven D. McBride, Andrew Rosenau, David Bryant, Daniel J. Vandenburg, V.E. Griswold, Alan Lambert, Michael H. Albea, Nernuel R. Adams, Mark Decker, Todd Tygum, James Lewis, Timothy P. Lankford, Gary Miller,Larry Tazelaar, Janice Lankford,GaryJr. Lucas, Gene Scott, Alan Havens, J. Lee Rice, Robert J. Wann, Merrill N. Brown, Pat Booher, C letus Fair, Jon O. Kuhn, William

W5W6 W25 W14 4 W31 W12 W 8 3112 W20 W22 W 7 3 III W13 L 1 W20 W1.9 L 1 3Y2 W26 3Y2 WIG WID L 4 3Y2 W29 'W27 L 3 3Y2 025 W24 W27 3 W17 L 7 U8 L 2 W29 W26 3 3 W15 L 3 U9 3 L 5 L26 W28 2\12 W28 018 L 2 2lj2 U2 Bye W22 21/2 L 7 017 L24 21h UD D16 L25 21f2 W21 014 WID 2 W30 L 6 W12

41/2 Wll

W4

01

1514
1166 1011 UNR. 1162 14B6 1336

2 2 2 2 2 1\12
1

L4
US W24 L1 L22 D9 L6 Bye LI4

o

1f2 1/2

L8
U9 L3

L1 W9 L2 0 8 W21 0 6 Wll D5 015 W14 W19 0 4 WF L3 W22 W15 L 6 W20 W26 W21 W27 W19 W25 L 7 0 7 LID W28 WF W29 W23 LF L 8 U3 W30 L 5 W24 U1 W28 W23 L 5 U2 L 4 U5 UO W27 W31 L21 WF LI7 L 9 W16 L20 W26 L 2 W17 U4 LF W13 Ul LI2 L24 L8 L9 U3 122 L21 U3 L1G W29 U1 030 L17 L28 L20 029 LF L23 WD

5.8
B.O 6_5 6.0 4.0 9.0

8.0 5..5
5.5 4.5 9.5 8.5 8.0 7.0 6.0 6.0

8.0
9.0

8.0
6.5 7.0 2.5 1.5

P-B4 QN-Q2 Q-B2 P-N3 B-N2 N-K1 P·K3 N-Q3 N-B4

R(6)·B6
BxP P-Q5

29. B·K4 R(6)-B2 30. RxR RxR 31. KPxP R-N2 32. Q-B6 BxB ch 33. K-R2 K-Q2 34. QxQ eh KxQ 35. K-N·3· PxP 36 .• PxP S-Q4 37. P-N3 K-Q2 38. K-N4 B·K4 39. R-KBI K-B3 40. R-B6 K-Q4 41. White forfeits on time

Region V Championship Chad Hi II (1865)
L P-K4 2. N-KB3 3. P-Q4 4.NxP 5. N-QB3 6. NxN P-QB4 N-QB3 PxP N-KB3 P-QR3 NPxN

Open Section

white

Jim Mills Jr. (1729)
7•. P-K5! 8. B-QB4 9. B-84 10. 0-0 11. N-K4 12. PxP ep N-N1 P-K3 B-N5 N·K2 P-Q4? N-Q4

black
13. Q-N4 14. 15. 16. 17. lB. Q·N3 QR-Ql NxNP! QBxP B·R6 ch

ROUI K-Sl

P-KB P·NS PxN Q-Kl Res i1

10

A lmost
By Craig L. Hines

South

of

the

Border

2nd.

Indiana

State

University

of Evansville

Open

October Player

18·19, 1975
Rd.l W12 Wl3 W14 WI5 U7 W16 US W19 W21 W22 L23 U L2 Rd.2 W9 WI0 W17 W18 W14 W20 WIG L23 Ll L2 015 Ll9 W21 L5 011 L7 L3 L4 W12 L6 L13 Bye W8 Rd.3 W4 W6 023 Ll W13 L2 08 07 W19 W20 L22 US L5 016 W12 014 LI8 W17 L9 LI0 Bye Wl1 D3 Rd.4 W2 Ll L4 W3 L23 WI0 Rd.5 Score 023 W4 W7 L2 WS 018 L3 L6 W22 D17

On Friday night before my 3rd. I.S.U.E. Open things couldn't have been worse I had a terrible cold, it was raining buckets outside and my advance entries were few in number. The tournament turned out pretty well, a little top heavy. but a hard fought tmt. Lester Van Meter, a student at I.U., rolled along pretty well, his hardest game being aganist his fellow Expert Dennis Gogel, who blew a piece in the late stages of the game. Van Meter gave up a draw to one of Evansville's unrated players, Scott Bowers, in the 5th. round. Bowers won't be unrated for long. He had 4 points in this his first tmt. He just recently returned to Evansville from Houston, Texas, where he was a law school student. He tells me he spent many hours in the Houston Chess Club. It shows in his play. There was another interesting story from this trnt, once again contributed by my friend Parley

USCF rating 2063 2043 1772 1671 1650 1545 1510 1486 1465 1420 1410 1393 1314 1306 1304 1294 1254 1229 1154 1146 Unr• Unr. Unr.

1.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1l. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Long from Ohio. Parley has a huge chess library and a huge collection of sets and clocks. On Friday night before the tmt. he came over to my place for a few hours of speed chess. I found myself banging around chess pieces worth $100.00 and punching a GARDE clock!' The set was an original Staunton set' It was exactly like the set used in the 1972 Fisher - Spassky Match. Need less to say, this set was the talk of the tmt. The rumor was that Gogel blew the piece to Van Meter just so he could play Parley and use the $100.00 set!! Their game was a sad story for Parley, a story many B players Know all too well. You've playing an expert, you fight him tooth and nail to a standstill and then his technique and your clock take it all away. Parley, had to play both Experts, plus the 3rd. highest rated player. One interesting note; Charley Farley from Owensboro, Kentucky is a connisseur of this opening: 1. P-Q4 , N-KB3 2. B-NS' He plays it with great regularity and has done alot of analysis on it (with the help of a few grandmasters! ) He even has a unique name for this 'openmg. He calls It the Cowboy Opening it's Anti-Indian

*

* --

*

*.

Farley

(1772)
N-KB3

Mac Kinder

(1510)
QxQ Pos ition after

23. 30 •••••••• B.Q5

Van Meter, Lester Gage I, Dennis Farley, Charley Long, Parley Hurst, Dennis Jackson, Doug MacKinder, John Cirul, John Norris, Sam Barron, James Stock, Bill Monroe, Earl Englert, Mark Loven, Dallas Fulkerson, Brian Morr ison, Tom Blake, James Cochran, Harold Chandler, Ted Barton, Bi II Tomes, Jeffrey Knight, Stan Bowers, Scott Craig Hines and Bill Stock

41f2 4

31f2

3 3

W22
W15 U8 L6 W16 Bye Ll9 L21 L8 Ul W20 W9 W13 U7 W14 L7 W5

3lj2 2lj2 21j2 3

L12
Wll WI5 WD U3 W20 010 D6 L21 U6 W19 L9 DI

L3
L4 L6 W5 W7 LS Bye L9 UO Wl1

21/2 1l,Q 2 2 1/2 Ilj2

1I1z

211

31/2 2 1 3 2 4

T.D.'s

1. P.Q4 2. S-NS!? 3. 3xN 4. P·Q5 5. N-Q2 6. KN-KB3 7. P·K3 8. S·B4 9. QR·Nl 10. 0-0
11. R·N3

P-B4
NPxN Q·N3 QxNP!?

(a)

20. N.BS
21. NxKP ch

16. Rx3 17. BxQ 18. 3·N5 19. N·N5

N·Q2

0·0·0

2nd. I.S.U.E.
Lester Van Meter I. e4 2. Nc3 3.f4 4. Nf3 5. Bc4 6. fS 7. d3 8.0·0 9. Qel 10. Bb3 11. Qh4 12. ab 13. R:f3 (2063)

Open Dennis 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Gogel (2043) Bd4 ch f6 Ne5 h5 g5 Rh7 B:b2 Bd4 B:c3 Rf7 b5 Resigns 8 7 6 5 4
3

Algebraic
a8

Notation

P-Q3

QR-B 1 P·KR3 K.Ql

BL.ACK

'bl ,3"'J .8 ~.fll 98
17

B·N2
P·N3 Q-B3
PxP Q.N3

Q.86

P·B4

(b)

23. R·R3

22. N·B6

ch

K-B2
P·QR4

12. P-K4

13. NxP

14. Q.K2 15. N·R4 a.

8.R6

Q.N5

??

(c)

24. N·K4 25. N·B3 26. R·Kl 27. R·K6 28. N·K4 29. NxQP 30. R·Q3

P·B4
R-B2
P·B5

R·B4 RxP
3.Q5

KR.B 1

+ Never take the QNP even when it is safe + - French Proverb The Queen needs air!!

31. N~K8 ch 32. NxB 33. 8·86 ch

K·N2
PxN Res igns

c5 e6 d6 NcG gG ef Bg7 Ng-e7 Ne5 BeG B:b3 N:f3 ch Nc6

Bg5 Khl Bd2 Rf-fl ef Qe4 Nd5 21. Ra2 22. c3 23. B:c3 24. Rf'a 1 25. Ba5

h.
h7

1.7 b7",1~ d7sitt' ",
.6

fi1

&6,

as
.4

~.
bS "; .
, ... ~
i"l;'

<6 .~e6
<;.\"~,,';

16 g6

h6

cS. dS r~5~ 15
c4dire4
d3
·'·",:".Of-i':if

;5 hS
g4 h4 ,,3 h3 92 h::l Sll
g

f4
13

.,3, b3~J. .2
",1

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".'

2

b:2\ 02 ~~l\, e2
b1 b

f1
f1
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,cf
c

d1 d

.1'
" c

hl h

e

WHITE

c.

Try to overlook this blunder and play on to see the position;

12

Indiana Chess Classic
November 22-23, 1975 Name Rating 2418 2239 2236 2063 1834 1585 1562 1554 1530 1516 1505 1490 1325 1302 1246 1211 Rd.1 WI0 Rd.2 VI 7 VI 6 W9 W L L L L 8 3 2 5 4 Rd.3 Vi 4 VI 5 L2 Rd.4 D3 D2 W7 Rd.5 W6 D4 D3 Total

Simultaneous

Chess

Tournament

. Ft.

Benjamin

Harrison

1. Craig Che llstorp
2.

3.
4. 5

6. 7.
8,
9. 10. 11. 12.

13.
14. 15. 16. 17" 18. 19.

Steve Spencer Charles A. Madd lgan Lester VanMeter Donald Urquhart Danny L Vespa Ronnie G. Lester John Thurman David Durlacher Theodore Cutshall Kevin Heacox Richard Portnoy David Reid David Grigson Gilpin Hammack Jr. John Bray Laszlo Kohalmi Steven Emery George R. K Martin

Wll
Vl12 W13 W14 W15 W16 W17 W18 LI L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9

4Vz
4

31fi
2 3 21/2 1

ViIS
LI6 ,Jl7 WIS U9 LlO Wl1 U2 U3 W14

1111
1094 1966

L3 W10 VJ13 L 2 W12 L4 013 Ll3 Ll2 L9 016 Ll9 W8 W14 L6 LI2 LF W17 L 7 VI 8 '1110 W8 L 6 D7 W16 LlO .015 W17 LlS 014 LI4 o 9 W1S Bye LI1 U5 W15 WF U6 W9

2Vz
2 1 3 Ernest J. Szasz was my only lass in the 12 board simultaneous.

James L. Thompson and son (J imm: trying to save their games.

2112 11/2
lYl

2Vz
1 2 2

T.D. George Martin

Indiana Reserve Tornado
1.
2. 3. Mike Wiseman Richard S. Janes Tab Postlethwait Keith Sweda Eric Strickland David Cohron Richard Heard Nemue I Albea William Stutsman David Harper Donald Stewart Philip Clock Todd Hemke Ed Dreyling Larry Mi Iler John Grayson Victor Gramsas Arthur Smith Kenny Ellis Tim Hernly Brad Postlethwait Bryan Shamblin Andy Soforic Michael Whitfield 1598 1578 1512 1464 1459 1451 1354 1351 1349 1333 1281 1261 1231 1214 1213 1164 1152 1064 Unr. Unr. Unr. Unr. Unr. Unr. 31/2 2 2 4 3 3Vz 2 3 l. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Beginners
Harry Faulkner Greg Terhune Bob Lefevers Steven McNeil Gregg Acton Larry Bennett Pam Booty' Bob Bowman Arthur Brown Jim Chapman Greg Dale Joe DeVasher Kenny Ellis Wayne Fisher

Tournament
1198 1198 1093 888 312 2Vz

In the past 5 years I ( Cleo Mooday ) have done many things to promote chess in Indiana, The challenge of playing several players at once plus an exhibition fe playa simultaneous?? intrigued me; so I excepted. Upon arriving at the recreation center, I was informed that James Bedolla ( a 1969 Maste! Michigan) was there; well I thought I could count that game a loss, but as it turned out - the t could do was force a draw ( I was a pawn up In a king and pawn end-game). My secret to my 9 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss success was first, I didn't play the Larsen', Attack (except with Bedolla) and secondly I had boned up on Vandiver's and Stansbury's pamp An Amateur's Guide to the King's Gambit - Yes, maybe the old fashion King's G sti II has some suns. Fort Name 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Charles Maddigan Mike Huffman Mike Fletcher Alan Griswold John Roush Kevin Clark Brian Jones Hannelore Catania John Stearns Duane Catania A Ian Scott Mike Freese Mi ke Husar Ken Berger R. o. Muhn Robert Rice Mike Anderson Fred Schurr John Elam Mark Flanagan Robert Zender Jamie Oxley Wayne Winter Open Rd.1 W10 Ll1 W21 L9 W14 WI6 W2 W17 W4 U W13 W20 Lll L5 W22 L6 LB LI9 W18 LI2 L3 U5 Rd.2 W8 W16 W5 W20 L3 W7 L6 L1 Ll2 W15 W19 W9 W1S W21 UO L2 W22 Ll3 Rd.3 W6 W22 D12 013 W9 Ll W15 W11 L5 W14 La 03 D4 LlO L7 UB 019 W16 D17 W21 L20 L2 RdA W3 WS L1 W19 WIO W12 Wll L2 W14 L5 L7 L6 D17 L9 W20 Bye Rd.5 W5 '116 W7 W12 Ll

4.

IV2
1 3 2 0 2 1 2 3Y2 2

Rating 2236 Unr. 1820 1439 1565 1713 1553 1599 Unr • 1432 1517 1668 Unr • unr, Unr. 1166 Unr. 1047 1690 944 1206 1477

1

5.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

6.
7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

2Vz
2 0

L2
L3 W15 W18 W13 W17 L4 LlO W20 La W19

1

1112
2 2

13.
14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Vz
2 2

19.
20. 21.

1Vz
1

22.
23. 24.

2Vz
3
1/2

Randy Gates Gene Hawkins Herbert Kirst Yishay Mansour Robert Malle Sam Pemberton Greg Porter Michae I Price Thomas Robinson John Vanorsda Ie Michael Whitfie Id Terrie Wilson

II.
2lh 2112 3 2 3 12. 13.

14.
15. 16. 17.

3
2

18.
19. 20.

Lll
L4 Ll4 L17

2
1 3

21.
22.

D13 Lll W21 L9 L4 U6 LIS L14 Bye Ll8 Withdrew

Eastern

Indiana

Open

Dec. 6-7, 1975
Final rank 1 2 3 4 Players name Larry Dennis Steve John Swindell Gogel Hunt D ickover Starting ran k USCF rati ng 1799 1722 2043 1660 1624 1412 1820 1894 1689 1549 1531 1607 1537 1530 1510 1411 1552 1834 1774 1333 1564 1420 1078 1265 1328 1349 1618 1430 1351 1246 1207 1245 1163 1213 1403 W35 W26 W28 W25 LF W W15 W24 W12 D17 W L WF W29 014 W13 W18 WIg LI L D W Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Total Med. Sol.

5
7 1
9 10

9

D3 W

Jim Mills

WID W17 W14 W15 W21 Dll WI8 L 1 L2 D7 W16 W23 8 L4 L5 LI2

010
W27 W25

4 3

9 D1

4112 4112 4
4

8112
71(2

W13 Wl1 W12 W17 WI9 L2 D21 L5 L6

91/2 8
7

5
6
7

W20

Mi ke Zabawa Mi ke Fletcher Blaine Homer Ronnie John Newcomb Peterson Lester

23
4

L 7 ,W34

4 4
3i!2 31/2 3 3 3 3

6112
8111 71/2
10 91(2 81;2 8 14 121(2 12112

This is the GMinutem that defied all the King's hon and all the King's m
Eastern Indiana Open

6

U3 U7 W32

8 9
10

2
8 15 17 12 16 18

W22 W20 W3I W37 W30 W33 W36 WF US W34 WI6 W29 L

Lee Havens Campbell

D~3
D18 W23 W7 D19 L W 1 W31

F lete her (white)

Blaser Nf6 Ne6 e5 Bc5 d6 Bg4 Bb6 a:b Qd7 h5 h4 0-0-0 Rd-g8

(I

11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

James Mills Dave D ur lac her Randell Butch

9

L

4 W26 W29 W24 L

3
3

8
8

1. e4 2. d3

Nalborc lyk 19 Gregory 11
14 3

W32 W33 D LID U1

3
3

71h
6

3. Nf3

Bob Blaser Dona Id Urquhart Tom Charles Will iam Snyder Ray Spring Scott David Mike Robert Donald Bernard Larry Robert Bill Dave Jerry Roudebush Rosenau Lambert McGinnis Thor Iton Esarey Mi Iler Rice Tom Skillman

8

2 L3
L8
W27 5 W33 L6 W32 U3 W28 W37 W31 U9 L24 Bye L26 L22 L20 L29 W36 L35 L25

7

2111
21f2

11
9 8
71(2 7 51(2 8 7lj2 71(2 7 61(2 6 14 121(2

D11 D14 W28 W26 W30 U2 L2 L5 L21 L4 E L20 W36 L22 U6 L9 Bye L6 L37 L29 W35

W23 L8 D22 010 D20 U8 U6 W33 U4 W32 W34 US W37 W35 L27

6
27 13 21 35 29 28 26 11 20 25 30

21/2
21(2 2lj2 21(2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

4. Be2 5. 0-0 6. Ne3

20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

9

L

L32 L8 Bye W27 L4 L2 L24 L U9 Ll2 LID W21 L13 U7 L1 L14 L11

W24 L23 W22 L2I L27 W36 W25 W30 L28 Bye U5

9. Be3 10. e3

7. Na4 8. N:b6
Qc2

II.

Bi II Stutsman

12. Rf-d 1 13. b4
14. a4 15. a5 16. B:f3 17. a:b 18. Ra8 19. R:b8 en 20. Qa4 21. Ra1 22. Qa8 ch 23. Ra7 24. Q:b8 ch 25. Q:b7 ch 26. Bg4 I 27. Qe7 ch 28. Q:g5 ch 29. Ra8 mate

11
10

g5
B :f3 NbS c6 Qe6 K:b8 Nd7 Kc8 Nb8 Kd8 Ke7 Kf6 Qb3 Kg7 Kf8

Nemue I Albea

L 71 W34

33
31 34 32 24

9 9
12112 101'2 10

Bob McCorkle Tom Mills Stead McCollum Hunnicut

33
34 35 36 37

L1G
W35 L34 L26 LF

L25
L28 L31 Bye L30

37
36

Unr Unr

8

Eastern R. Nalborclyk
1. N·KB3 2. P-QN3

Indiana (black)
B-QNS 0-0 S-N3 P-Q5 PxP R-K1

Open Round 3
13. N-K2 14. QxB 15. K-B1 16. NxB 17. R-Ql ch 18. Q-N3 19. Res igns BxB NxP BxN Q-Q2 QR-Q1 NxBpl

(white)
N-QB3 P-K4 P-K5 P-Q4 B-KB4 N-B3

J. Dickover
8. N-K2 9. N-N3 10. B-K2 11. KPxP 12. BxP

7. N-QB3

3. P-K3
4. N-NI 5. P-Q3 6. B-N2

Michael

Fletcher

16

$ 1000 White - Michael Fletcher P-K4 P-Q4 N-QB3 (a) NxP N-N3 N-B3 P-KR4 B. P-R5 9. B-Q3 (d) 10. QxB 11. B-Q2 12. 0-0-0 13. K·N 1 14. N·K4 15. QxN 16. Q-K2 17. P·B4 is. N·K5 19. PxB 20. 8·83 21. R-R31 (h) 22. RxR ch 23. P-N31 24. K·B2 25. R-Q3 26. Q-Q2 (j) 27. P-QR4 ! 2B. P-R5 29. Q-K3 30. R-Q3 31. Q-Q3! 32. Q-R7 33. QxNP 34. 8xP (k) 35. RxR 36. QxN ch 37. QxKP (I)
1.

Open

( Muncie)
Caro-Konn Defense Fletcher

Black - Steven Sc hockney
Game annotated PxP

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

P-QB3 P-Q4 PxP
8-84
(b)
(e)

by

Michael

a. a Iso popu lar is 3. PxP beat try is 3. PxP PxP

4. P-B4, whi Ie an off-

4. B-Q3

B-N3 P-K3?1 P-KR3 B-R2 BxB N-Q2 KN-B3 B-Q3 Q-B2 NxN
N-B3

b. The idea of the Caro-Kann, unlike its cousin the French is to not hem in the Q's B. brings into play at once the Bishop. super-solid He therefore Lately the John Kerezy and trophies for 1975 Speed Championship and Wabash Cannonball Chess C lassie Spiro Bereveskos, Van Vandiv. and J. Austin Bennett in the fil 1975 ISCA Speed Charnpionshi:

4. N-Q2 has become more popular.

c. This allows white to win the B' pair if he so wishes by N-K5, however this would also waste a tempo; (e) d. (t) (g) therefore, white chases the more orthodox course. The last three moves usually mystify intent is to put a bind on Blacks novice. The

r-

0-0-0 KR-Kl BxN77 N-Q2 K-Nl N·N3 RxR Q-Q2 N-Bl Q-B2 N-N3 K-BI N-Q2 K-Nl R-Ql Q-Bl P-B3 PxP NxB QxR K·Rl

K'side pawns.

e. not BxN? weakening the dark squares severely

1.
g. (i)

16.... O-O? 17. P-KN41 with a very strong attack
A serious error giving black virtuously a lost game

18.... P-B4 19. 8-B3 was the correct course.
h. The key, the R wi pawns. i. White has secured the Q·s ide, Neutralized

Robert McCorkle hands Denn is Gage l Ist. place prize from the Greenfield Bank Open

John Petrison, Fisher

Lester VanMet

11menace black's

weak K-side

the Q-file,

and is ready to start K side operations. Black Knight has no adequate square. j. The rea I objective are forced. k. I. Here QxRP was better with an easy win for White of 23. P-QN31

Nate that the

The next few moves

Gregg Terhune, Patr ick V. Farabee and Mark Whisler with Class E prizes from the Greenfield Bank Open

Eric Fischvage

18

CHESS LIFE & REVIEW

1975 - 1976 ISeA Officers
President
John T. Campbell 201 Riverside Ave. Mu~cie, Indiana 47303

De legate

ot Lor

Sheraton Motor Inn, 5901 scatterrretd Rd., (109 Bypass near 1-69), Anderson 46011. In 3 sections: Open; S.SS, 50/2. EF: $15 if rec'd by l/B; $18 at site. $$ (top 3 guar., others based on 80 entries) 500·300-200-100, Expert 100, A, B, C, each 100·60-40: traphy to Ist, Rds. to·3·8, .10-3. Rliserve, 5-5S, 50/2. Open to under 1500. EF; $10 if rec'd by 1/8; $13 at site. $$ (based on 35 entries) 70·50-30, DJ E, Unr. each 25·15·10; trophies to tap 2. Rus. 1()'3·B. 10-3. Beginners, 1/17 only. 4-SS, 40/1. Open to under 1200. EF: $5, under 15 $3, if rec'd by 1/B; all $1 more at site. Trophies to. top 3, top under 1000. Rds. 9:30-12·2:30·5:30 (1/17 only). All, ISCA memo req. ($4, jr. $2.50). Reg. 8·9 AM. HR; 1B-21, $3 each add'i. ENT; Nemue1 Albea, 3116 Mounds Rd., Anderson, IN 46013. Limited NS.

SHERATON

Jan. 17·18 (Ind.)

INN.ANDERSON

CLASSIC

50/90. Memorial Park Fieldhouse, Liberty Trail. Michigan City 416360. EF: $4 If rec'd by 2/11; $16 at site. Trophies to top 2, top AlB. C, DIE. Unr, Reg. 8·1k45 AM. rds, 9·12:'3041,1. ElNT; Edward Sllakowsld, 228 Green St.. '(reaT cottage), Michigan City. IN 46360. Llw.lted NS.

4..ss.

ARNOLD

LIEDTKE

Feb.

14 (Ind.)

Tony Campbell 205 E. 6th. St. Mu~cie, Indiana 47302

MEMORIAL

USCF - V ice Pr
Robert Hale Jr. Box 367 Spiceland, Indiana 47385

Vice-President
5·SS, -50/2, Hammond OC Howard Branch Library, 171st Grand Ave:z.Hammond. EF $5, Hammond CC mems. $4. N (based on 30 entrtes) 30·15. C.. D/E..t...ynr. each 15. Reg. 6:15· 7 PM 2/19, rus, 7 l"'M. each date. ENT; David Arrensen, 0008 Rutledge st.. MerrillvUle, IN 4MIO.
Feb. 21 (Ind.)

HAMMOND

Feb. 19, 26, Mllr. 11, 18, 25 (Ind.)

THURSDAY

SWISS

Judy R ippeth P.O. Box 2109 West Lafayette, 47906

Indiana

Secretary
Craig Hines 1015 Baker Evansvi lie, Indiana 47710

Jan.

4.SS, 40/100, Faculty Lounge. Student Center, Ball State Unlv., Muncie 47306. EF: $7.50; free to Unr. if joining USCF+ISCA. $$ (based on 25 entries 50 to. Ist, C, D, E, Unr. each 25. Reg. 6-7 PM 1/20; rds. 7 PM each date (7;15 PM 1/20). ENT: steven Meyers, 624\6 W. North st., Muncie, IN 47303.

BSU WINTER

20, 27, Feb. 3, 10 (Ind.)

SWISS

4$, 40/1, Irvington Methodist Church. 30 N. Audubon, Indianapolis. EF: $5 if by 2/14; $7 later. $$ (based on 30 entries) 40 to Lst, B, C, D.• E. Unr. each 12 & trophy. Reg. 8-8:45 AM. rda. 9-12·3-6:30. ENT: David Lee, 1506 Dawson, Indianapolts, IN 46203. NS.

1976 INDPLS

WINTER

TORNADO

TOURnRmE TimER

Treasurer
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4·SS, 3D/I. South Mezz. Level, Campus Center. Wabash College. Cr-awfor dsvil'le 47933. EF: $5.75, under 1B $5.25, if rec'd by 1/20; $6.25 & $5.75 at site. USCF+EF; $17.75, jr. $11.25, if rec'll by 1/20; $18.25 & $12.25 at site. $$ (based On 20 entries) 50-25; trophy to top C/D, E/Unr.; prize to 3rd. Reg. 8:30-9:15 AM. rds. 9:30·12:30·3:30·6:30. ENT: .Ioh n Kerezy, 607 S. Grant Ave .. Crawfordsville, IN 47933.

THE

LAST

Jan. 24 (Ind.)

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28·29 (Ind.,

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#2

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~lC.

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Indianapolis Indianapolis Chess Club Open Anderson Sheraton Inn - Anderson Chess Classic Crawfordsvi lie Jan. Odd Quads. Last Cheap Swiss Muncie Indiana College Team Championship Michigan City Arnold Liedtke Memorial 14 Bloomington 21-22 Southern Indiana Open Crawfordsville 28-29 Western nd a na Open Eva nsvi II e Evansville Open 6-7 Indi anapo Ii s Circle City Open 6-7 MUllcie 20-21 Indiana Open Crawfordsvi lie 27-28 Gogel's Last Cheap Swiss & Odd Quads Crawfordsvi lie Insanity Open 3-4 Indianapolis 10-11 Butler - Indy Open Anderson 24-25 Indiana State Championship 9 Mass Region V Tournament Ft. Wayne 15-16 HODS ier Ope n Richmond 29-31 Ft. Wayne Open Ft. Wayne 5-6 Indy 500 Indianapolis 10-11 Ind iana C lass Champ Ions hip Anderson 15-27 United States Open Fairfax, Virgina 25·26 Black Knight Open Muncie 23-24 Region V Championship 6-7 Hoosier C lass Championship Anderson 4-5 Eastern Indiana Open Muncie **~**********i***********************************************************
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