Volume XI Number 1

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Eventual 56th Indiana State Champion Craig Stauffer (right) of Terre Haute Indiana and Anderson's square off in the final, winner-take-all game at the State Championship

Mike Zabawa (left)

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t£> - Tons of games from the ISCA State Championships; Fyr This! -Double Rook Sac. in Reserve! A Big, FAT Double Issue! Tons of Cross tables . .! - TD Statistics for 1995-96; ISCA By Laws & Annual Meeting minutes.
500; Castaneda Defeats three Grandmasters; claims "pole position" ~ - Adventures in Chess & Reader's Games

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ISCA Directors

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PRESIDENT: Michael W. Turner: 1750 N. Range Rd. #ClOl; Bloomington, IN 47408; (812) 332-9962 VICE PRESIDENT: David L. Barker: 3030 Green Hills Ln. S. Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46222; (317) 923-3387 SECRETARY: ThomasJ. Harris: 8117 Fannhurst Ln.; Indianapolis, IN 46236; (317) 823-7498 madtactic@msn.com TREASURER: Richard A. Roberts: 1821 W. 74th PI. Indianapolis, IN 46260; (317) 257-3174 e-mail: RRober1557@aol.com EDITOR: Jay A. Carr: 105 Diplomat Ct. #2; Beech Grove, IN 46107;(317) 786-0218 e-mail: stentorpub@msn.com PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: John R. Crane: Beech Grove, IN 46107; (317) 787-0215 CRANEJOHN@aol.com HISTORIAN: Roger E. Blaine: P.O. Box 353, Osceola, IN 46561; (219) 257-9033 MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR: Joseph A. Riegsecker: 55605 Country Rd. 33, Middlebury, IN 46540; (219) 8259218; e-mail: joepye@concentric.net SCHOLASTIC DIRECTOR: Drew Hollinberger: 5264 E ili 77 Street; Indpls, IN 46250e-mail:surge@thepentagon.com DIRECTOR-AT-LARGE: Bill Stanley: 21 N Hawthorne Ln.; Indiana olis, IN 46219-5623 Wstanle i uest.net ISCA Membership Regular Junior (Under 18) Family SUbscription: Affiliate: School Affiliate Gold Card: Silver Card: Bronze Card: .: $12.00/yr $ 6.00/yr $ 3.00/yr $ 10.00/yr $ 17.00/yr $ 10.001 $100.00/yr $ 50.00/yr $ 25.00/yr Fees:

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Class Champions: MIE-Murray Newcomb, A-Vern Cloud, B-Bill Corbin, C- Mike Vidulich, D-David Carter, E-Filip Stanek & Cary Hudson Scholastic E- Nick LaBuz, Kevin Fyr, Michael Page Scholastic F-Reid Hanway, Steve Kolas, Peiyuan Zhang; Scholastic G- Terrence Miller, Matthew Osburn, Jeff Karber, Phil Meiser, Karl Grimm, Drew Schmelzer, Andre Beyer, Eric Grimm" David Carter. State Team Champions: "Kokomo" (Tim McEntee, Josh Bousurn, John Roush, & Phil Meyers) State Reserve Champion: Edwin Harris State Reserve Team Co-Champions: "The Four Fish" (South Bend! Mishawaka) Dan Watson, Terry Harris, Mike Vidulich, Ed Camp. "The Opposition" (Evansville) Terry Winchester, Don Hanebutt, Randy Brockman, Alan Hulsman. HoosierTour Champions: (1996) Master- Josh Bousurn; Expert - Josh Bousurn; Class A - Bill Corbin; Class B - Dan Bryant; Class C - Don Thomas; Class D - Bob Lambrecht. ISCA SCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONS: HS Champion: Andy Alexander Middle School Champion: Alexander Polky Elementary School Champion: Stefan Burnol Primary School Champion: Raphael Diehl-Simel HS Team Champion: North Central (Indianapolis) & Michigan City . MS Team Champion: Crispus Attucks (Indianapolis) Elementary Team Champion: Orchard School (Indpls.) Primary Team Champion: Orchard School (Indpls.) Individual Grade Champions: 12th - James Hooper, 11th Ron Kelsey, l Oth - Philip Schaust, Kevin Labaj, Steven Kolas, 9th - Jeremy Fazli, 8th - Eric Reyes, 7th - James Cates 6th - Patrick Mihelich, 5th - Stefan Burnol & Nathaniel Boggs, 4th - Neil Shah, 3rd - Raphael Diehl-Simel, 2nd Danny Grossman, 1st - Johnny Trischler, K - Forest Beahrs SCI SCHOLASTIC CHAMPIONS: High School: Robert Seipel 9th & Under: John Cole 9th & Under Junior Varsity: Sean Motel & Jason Wycoff 6th & Under: Curtis Anderson 6th & Under Junior Varsity: Joel Young & Stacy Tsang 3rd Grade & Under Champion: Raphael Diehl-Simel HS Team Champion: Anderson Madison Heights 9th & Under Team Champion: Terre Haute South Vigo HS Jr. High Team Champion: Woodrow Wilson JHS Elementary Champion: Dixie Bee Elementary Primary Champion: Orchard Country Day School CITY, CLUB, & REGIONAL CHAMPIONS: Terre Haute Adult Chess Club Champion: Steve Steppe Terre Haute City Champion: Craig Stauffer Orchard Country Day Sch. Club Champion: Stefan Burnol South Bend Chess Club Champion: Peter Hess Michigan City Chess Club Champion: Harold Henderson Evansville Chess Club Champion: Vernon Vix Elkhart Chess Club Champion: Dan Watson Hammond Chess Club Champion: Joe Alford or Hans Herr

Patron Memberships

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Chess In Indiana Staff

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Editor: Jay A. Carr PrinterlPublisher: Bill Corbin - UN Printing Videophotography Technology: John R. Crane Scholastic Editor: Drew Hollinberger Columnists: Sam Shapiro, Drew Hollinberger Contributors: Harold Henderson, Les Kistler, Roger Blaine, Rick Roberts, Joe Riegsecker, Dave Barker, Tom Cook, Randy Pals, Joe Alford, Dan Watson, Phil Kasper, Ken Tuttle Proofreading: Jay A. Carr, Bill Corbin . Cartoonists: Isaiah Scott, Tom Cook Bindery Crew: Dave Barker, Rick Roberts, Tom Cook, Jay Carr

Indiana State Champion: Craig Stauffer Masters Invitational Champion: Peter Bereolos

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Chess In Indiana

Nov 97-Mar 98

IEditorial:
April 4, 1998

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CONTENTS

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1997 Indiana State Championship Crosstable

CommentslN otes/N ews ...
Make it a Double!
With the "standard" lateness of this issue we decided to double up once again. Per the ISCA by laws, the magazine is required to be published 4 to 6 times a year and, though we've struggled through a few big gaps between issue, we're still, I believe, "in compliance."

Minutes from the 1996 & 1997 Annual Membership Meetings by Tom Harris & Roger Blaine . 5 1997 State Championship Games (Open) . 6 Reserve Games •............................. 10 Hoosiers in the Land of Lincoln by Les Kistler (US G/IO championship) . 18 ISCA By-Laws _ . 23 How's Your TD Doing?
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Official Stuff
We've printed the minutes to the last couple of annual membership meetings and the ISCA by-laws (which, I was told by a fellow director once, are supposed to be printed in the magazine every other year - funny, reading through the bylaws I didn't see that mentioned ... ©) which members might want to read through to better familiarize themselves with our organization. Also present are Roger Blaine's painstakingly gathered TO statistics.

DEPARTMENTS:
Adventures in Chess
by Sam Shapiro. . . . .. . .. ... . . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Indiana Plays Chess
-other games submitted by readers..........

Tournament Crosstables... The "Indiana 500" ... ... ...

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Indiana 500
With the month of May approaching, Hoosiers can keep an eye on the Indiana 500 here in these pages, or on the USCF website, which now lists the ratings by state in rating order. We've included provisional rated players this time. We also didn't include Grandmaster Jan Timman who, according to the USCF, is an Indiana resident. Until we hear otherwise, however, we'll assume-he's still in Holland.

Indiana State Chess Association Patron Memberships:
Gold Card Memberships: Kurt Bridgham Joe Alford Indianapolis Scholastic Chess Conference (in memory of Brad Pavey) Bill Corbin Jay A. Carr John Crane Bronze Card Memberships: Bob Lambrecht Joe Spangler Kenneth Sims Remember that there are other ways to help support chess in Indiana that do not require afinancial contribution. You may also start a club, help sponsor or coach a scholastic club (the legions of scholastic players in Indiana outnumber ISCA members at least six to onel), or hold a tournament in your town.

Title for Jim Dean
Congratulations to Hoosier Jim Dean, who recently was awared the prestigious FM (or "FIDE Master") title. I'm sure Jason Doss won't be far behind, as their chessplaying careers have always paralleled each other. Although they're attending school in Texas, Hoosiers can frequently find Jim & Jason at the Internet Chess Club, where their handles are "Hardcore" and "JDoss."

Shameless Plug
Organizer Paul Cooper verbally worked me over pretty good for not giving any promised(?) coverage to his Riverpointe series. I've played there a few times and am amazed not more people show up for those five-round G/30 events. It's a great, comfortable site, and a practical time control for those who want to have part of their Saturday left after playing in a tournament. Give it a try! -Jay A. Carr

Next Issue: Look for a report from the US Amateur Team Championship midwest, the ISCA Scholastic Championships, and, as always lots of games and crosstables. -editor

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Chess In Indiana

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~ 56th Indiana State Championship: Championship Section~
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01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Name Craig Stauffer Eugene Zelensky Michael Zabawa Kevin Bartow Mike Herron Bernard Parham Donald Urquhart John Cole Tom Harris Andy Alexander Harold Henderson Mike Wiseman Greg Steele Peter Thompson Vern Cloud Les Kistler Charles Higgins Mark Frank Bob Lambrecht City Terre Haute Notre Dame Anderson Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Goshen Indianapolis Indianapolis LaPorte Shelbyville Elkhart Crawfordsville South Bend South Bend CrownPoint Indianapolis Peru Pre 2222 2330 1901 1866 2160 2149 2060 1861 1900 1837 1805 2296 1932 2273 1868 1956 1716 1675 1293 Post 2244 2339 1977 1924 2149 2132 2025 1880 1934 1835 1795 2277 1895 2243 1850 1906 1704 1674 1291 Gain +022 +009 +076 +058 - 011 - 017 - 035 +019 +034 - 002 - 010 - 019 - 037 - 030 - 018 - 050 - 012 - 001 -002 Perf. 2391 2340 2307 2161 2073 1998 1912 1963 2239 1904 1738 2022 1766 1701 1788 1452 1405 1930 1405 Rd. 1 W4 W18 D14 Rd. 2 W15 W5 W13 W16 L2 W8 W11 L6 W14 Rd. 3 H-W12 W6 D7 W15 L3 D4 W11 H-L13 L8 L2 W10 H-L5 Rd. 4 W2 Rd.5 W3 W6 L1 Score 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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J. Steven Cates Jesse Bloomer Michael Seal Jeff Pinson David Swenson Nick Patterson Vernon Dudley Lee Bartow Mark Fouts Kevin Huse Harry Berndt William Fowler Bryan Liliencampt

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ISCA 1997 Annual Meeting
by Tom Harris, ISCA Secretary, and Roger Blaine, ISCA Historian

The annual membership meeting of the Indiana State Chess Association, Inc. was held November 16,m 1997, at the Radisson Hotel City Centre, Indianapolis. President Michael Turner called the meeting to order at 2:08pm. Members in attendance were:
Andy Alexander, Dave Barker, Roger Blaine, Jay Carr, Vern Cloud, John Cole, Scott Cole, Jeff Combs, John Crane, Ben Dillon, Vernon Dudley, William Fowler, Tom Harris, Harold Henderson, David Kennett, Les Kistler, David Konnert, Rober Lambrecht, Mark J. Neff, Jeff Pinson, Jim Ramp, Rick Roberts, Mike Seal, Glenn Snow, William Stanley, Craig Stauffer, Michael Turner and Eugene Zelensky.

Historian Roger Blaine read the minutes of the 1996 annual meeting and theywere approved by motion of Henderson. OFFICERS'REPORTS: President Mike Turner spoke on the problems with the site of this year's State Championship and the date conflict with the King's Island Open in Ohio. He also reported that the HoosierTour program had become inactive and that the Team Championship and the Masters' Invitational were not held in 1997. Vice President Dave Barker reported that Membershhip
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Director Joe Riegsecker had established a web site for ISCA. meeting in Orlando, Florida. The

SecretaIy To'in Harris, who is also a USCF delegate, reported on the USCF Delegates' main development was-a change in the structure ofUSCF elections effective 2 years from now.

Treasurer Rick Roberts passed out a printed report showing an increase in balance much the same as last year, but noted the cessation of HOOSIERTOUR income and prize payments. Editor Jay Carr gave special thanks to Bill Corbin and UN Printing; Roberts, Barker, Wick Deer, the Hollinberger family and other volunteers. He asked for members' help in contributing photos and games. He and Harold Henderson have started a database of Indiana game scores, which has over 6000 games so far. Publicity Director John Crane mentioned that he had been travelling out of state. Historian Roger Blaine, who is also HoosierTour administrator, noted the decline in participation in the program, resulting in its cessation. There were not three Tour events held in 1997 (this State Championship was the only one), therefore no one could qualify with the required mimimum number of events. Blaine also announced that he had crosstables of all rated chess events in Indiana back to 1989 available for the cost of copying. Membership Director Joe Riegsecker was not present, but Blaine reported a count of 450 members from a printout sent by Riegsecker. Andy Alexander reported on the Arnold Denker Tournament of High School Champions at which he was Indiana's representative. Thirty-five states participated. Alexander scored 2.5-2.5 and also won the Class B prize in the U.S. Open. (cont. on page 23)

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The 56th Indiana State Championship
by Jay Carr

Fifty-eight players returned to the downtown Indianapolis Radisson Hotel last November to compete in the open and reserve sections of the the 56th edition of our State Championship event. The low turnout, somewhat disappointing, was probably due to a scheduling conflict with the annual huge King's Island Open in Cincinnati. The Saturday rounds were plagued by the neighboring hotel guests being: (morning) several high school marching bands who were "practicing" in the ballrooms and (evening) a native - american organization whose specialty seemed to be loud drum-beating. In spite of these factors, the smaller turnout produced many hard fought games, as is usual when a State Championship is contested. Following are almost all of the scoresheets I could read from the Open section and many from the Reserve.

IS. Ne6! Bxe6 19. fxe6 BfS 20. Rhf1! Qe7 21. exf7+ Qxf7 22. Qxf7+ [22. Qf5? Ke7 23. Qxc8?? Bh6+] 22 •.• Kxf7 23. g5 Be7 24. gxf6 Bxf6 25. a4?! [25. Bxb5! axb5 26. Rxd6+-] 25... Ke7 26. axb5 axb5 27. Bxb5 Rc5 2S. Rd5 RheS 29. Rxe5 Rxe5 30. e4 Bg5+ 31. Ke2 Bf4 32. h3 Kf6 33. Rdl Ke7 34. Rd5 Bg3 35. b4 Re7 36. e5 dxc5 37. bxe5 Ke6 3S. e6 Bf2 39. Rd7 Rxd7 40. exd7 Bb6 41. Kd3 h6 42. Ke4 Kd6 43. Ba4 ~: ~ itKevin Bartow (1866) t Craig Stauffer (2222) King's Indian Defense 1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 g6 3. Ne3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. NfJ 0-0 6. Be2 Na67. 0-0 e5 S. d5 QeS 9. a3 Ne5 10. Qe2 e6 11. b4 Ned7 12. Bb2 Qe7 13. Nel e5 14. Nd3 b6 15. fJ Nh5 16. bxe5 bxe5 17. Bel Nb6 IS. Na4 Bd7 19. Nab2 f5 20. Bd2 f4 21. a4 Ng3 22. Rfel Qh4 23. Be3 g5 24. NeS 25. Nf2 g426. fxg4 Nxe2+ 27. Qxe2 Ne7 2S. Nbd3 Ng6 29. Rf1 Qg5 30. Ne1 NhS 31. h3 h5 32. NfJ Qg6 33. Nh4 Qf6 34. Nf5 hxg4 35. hxg4 Ng6 36. Nh3 Bxf5 37. gxf5 Ne7 3S. Nxf4 Qh4 39. Ne6 Rf6 40. Bel QhS 41. Qg4 RbS 42. Qxg7+ Qxg7 43. Nxg7 Kxg7 44. Bh4 Rb4 45. Bxf6+ Kxf6 46. Rfel Rb3 47. Kf2 NgS 4S. Ra2 Kg5 49. g3 Nf6 50. Re2 Kg4 51. Re3 Rb2+ 52. Re2 Rb3 53. Ree2 Rf3+ 54. Kel RaJ 55 • Ra2 Re3 56. Rab2 Rxe4 57. Rb7 Nxe4 5S. Kdl Ne3+ 59. Kd2 Nxe2 60. Kxe2 Kxf5 61. Rxa7 Ke4 62. a6 Re2+ 63. Kdl Ra2 64. Kel e4 65. Kbl Ra5 66. Re7 Rxa6 67. Rxe4+

Vern Cloud (r) and Andy Alexander while John Cole looks on.

analyze

Kxd5 6S. Rb4 Re6 69. Kb2 e4 70. Ra4 e3 71. RaJ Ke4 72. Ra4+ Kd3 73. RaJ+ Kd2 74. Ra4 Rb6+ 75. Ka2 e2 76. Rd4+ 0:1 it Andy Alexander (1837) t Les Kistler (1956) Sicilian Defense B20/1 1. e4 e5 2. Qh5 Nf6 3. Qh4 Ne6 4. Be2 e5 5. d3 Be7 6. Bg5 Nd4 7. Bd1 Ne6 S. Bxf6 Bxf6 9. Qg3 Ne7 10. e3 d5 11. Bb3 0-0 12. Ne2 b5 13. 0-0 Bb7 14. Be2 Bh4 15. Qxe5 ReS 16. Qf4 Bg5 17. Qg4 Qe7 IS. Ng3 BcS 19. QfJ Bb7 20. Qg4 BeS 21. QfJ Bb7 22. Nf5 Qf6 23. Qg4 g6 24. f4 gxf5 25. exf5 h5 26. Qg3 d4 27. fxg5 Qe6 2S. Bdl Re3 29. Qf2 Qd6 30. Nd2 RaeS 31. Ne4 Bxe4 32. dxe4 RSxe4 33. exd4 exd4 34. BfJ Rf4 35. Radl Qe5 36. g6 fxg6 37. fxg6 Qg5 3S. Khl Qxg6 39. Rxd4 Rxd4 40. Qxe3 Qd3 41. Qg5+ Kf8 42. Be2+ 1:0 it Peter Thompson (2273) tMike Zabawa (1901) French Defense C02/2 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. Qg4 exd4 5. NfJ Qe7 6. Bd3 Ne6 7. Bf4 f5 S. exf6 QaS+9. Bd2 ·Nxf6 10. Qh4 Qb6 11. b3 e5 12. Bg6+ hxg6 13. QxhS Bf5 14. 0-0 0-0-0 15. Bg5 e4 16. Nh4 Be7 17. Qxg7 RgS IS. Qf7 Rf8 19. Qg7 Rg8 20. Qf7 Rf8 ~:~ itMike Herron (2160) t Harold Henderson (1805) Torre Attack D03/8

Games Selection
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ROUND 1 it Greg Steele (1932) tJohn Cole (1861) Sicilian Defense B99/20
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1. e4 c5 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Ne3 a6 6. Bg5 Nbd7 7. f4 e6 S. QfJ Be7 9. 0-0-0 Qe7 10. g4 b5 11. Bxf6 gxf6?! Fischer played this once and only once. 12. f5! Ne5 13. Qh3 Bd7?! Better was 13... 0-0 with the idea of ...K.h8 and ...Rg8. 14. Nee2! Ne6 15. Qh5 With the idea of : Nf4, xe6. 15... Nxd416. Nxd4 ReS 17. Bd3 e5

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1. d4 Nf6 2. NfJ e5 3. c3 e6 4. Bg5 d5 5. e3 Nbd7 6. Nbd2 Be7 7. Bd3 0-0 S. 0-0 b6 9. Qe2 Bb7 10. Ne5 NeS 11. Bxe7 Qxe7 12. f4 Nd6 13. Rf3 f5 14. Rh3 Nf6 15. g4 Nfe4 16. g5 g6 17. Rh6 Qg7 IS. Bxe4 dxe4 19. dxe5 bxe5 20. Rdl RfdS 21. Nb3 e4 22. Ne5 BeS 23. Ne6 Nf7 24. NxdS Nxh6 25. gxh6 Qe7 26. Qxe4 1:0 This one maybe should be considered PG-13 ftEugene Zelensky (2330) tMark Frank (1675) Latvian Counter-Gambit C40/3
1. e4 e5 2. NfJ f5 3. Nxe5 Qe7 4. d4 d6 5. Qb5+ g6 6. Nxg6 bxg6 7. QxhS Qxe4+ S. Be3 Qxe2 9. QxgS Qxb2 10. Be4 Nd7 11. Qf7+ 1:0

1. d4 f5 2. NfJ e6 3. Bg5 Be7 4. Bxe7 Qxe7 5. c3 Nf6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. e3 d6 S. Bd3 e5 9. dxe5 dxe5 10. e4 f4 11. Qe2 0-0 12. 0-0-0 Nbd7 13. Be4+ KbS 14. Nel Nc5 15. fJ b5 16. Bxb5 RbS 17. Be4 Be6 IS. Bxe6 Qxe6 19. Qe4 Qb6 20. b4 Na4 21. Nd3 e5 22. Nxe5 Nxe5 23. Qxe5 Qa6 24. Qe4 Qa3+ 25. Ke2 RfeS 26. Qb3 Qa6 27. Nbl Qb5 2S. Kb2 a5 29. a3 Nd7 30. a4 Qe6 31. b5 Ne5 32. Qd5 Qg6 33. Ka3 Qxg2 34. Nd2 Qe2 35. Qxe5 Nd3 36. Qd4 RdS 37. Qa7 RbeS 3S. Qxa5 Nf2 39. Rhel Qd3 40. ReI Qxd2 41. Rgl Rd3 42. Kb3 Rxf3 43. Re2 Qd7 44. Rfl Qe6+ 45. Ka3 Qd6+ 46. Kb3 Qe5 47. ReI Qe4+ 4S. Ka3 Qd3 49. Ree2 Nxe4 50. Qb4 Nxe3 51. Kb2 b6 52. Red2 Qf1 53. Rxe3 Rfxe3 54. RdS+ RxdS 55. Qxe3 Qe2+ 0:1 ftMike Wiseman (2296) tAndy Alexander (1837) Scotch Opening C45/1 1. e4 e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Qf6 5. Nb5 Be5 6. Qe2 Bb6 7. Nle3 Nd4 S. Nxd4 Bxd4 9. Nd5 QdS 10. Qd3 Bf6 11. e5 Be7 12. Qg3 g6 13. Bf4 e6 14. Nxe7 Nxe7 15. Be4 Qa5+ 16. e3 Qc5 17. Bb3 b6 IS. 0-0 Ba6 19. Rfdl 0-0-0 20. Bxf7 Be4 21. b4 Qb5 22. a4 Qa6 23. b5 exb5 24. axb5 Qxb5 25. Bxe4 Qxe4 26. Rxa7 Ne6 27. Raal Kb7 2S. Rabl RheS 29. Bg5 Ne7 30. Qe3 Qe6 31. Rd6 Nd5 32. Rxd5 d6 33. BxdS RxdS 34. Rxd6 Rxd6 3S. exd6 Qxd6 36. ReI Ka6 37. Qe6 Qd2 3S. Ra1+ Kb7 39. Qe4+ Ke7 40. Ra7+ Kd6 41. Qe7+ Ke6 42. Re7+ KbS 43. Qb4+ Ka6 44. Qa4# 1:0 ftDonald Urquhart (2060) t Harold Henderson (1805) Sicilian Defense A04/16 1. e4 c5 2. NfJ d6 3. d3 Ne6 4. g3 g6 5. Bg2 Bg7 6. 0-0 Nf6 7. Nbd2 Qe7 S. ReI 0-0 9. a4 RbS 10. Ne4 Nd7 11. b4 Nde5 12. Nfxe5 Nxe5 13. Ne3 e6 14. b5 b6 15. f4 Ne6 16. bxg6 fxg6 17. c3 Qf7 IS. Rfl Ne7 19. Ne4 RdS 20. e5 d5 21. Nd6 Rxd6 22. exd6 Nf5 23. g4 Nxd6 24. f5 exfS 2S. Bf4 Qf8 26. Bxd5+ Kb7 27. Qe2

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ft Kevin Bartow (1866) t Donald Urquhart (2060) Modem Defense A42/8

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1. d4 g6 2. e4 Bg7 3. Nc3 d6 4. e4 Ne6 5. Be3 e5 6. dS Nee7 7. Bd3 rs S. fJ Nf6 9. Nge2 0-0 10. Qd2 fxe4 11. Nxe4 Nf5 12. Bg5 Nd4 13. Nxf6+ Bxf6 14. Bxf6 Qxf6 15. 0-0-0 eS 16. dxe6 bxe6 17. Nxd4 exd4 IS. Be4 d5 19. exd5 e5 20. Qa5 BfS 21. Rhel RabS 22. Bxf5 Qxf5 23. Qe7 QgS+ 24. Rd2 Qxd5 2S. Re7 Qe4+ 26. Kdl Qf1+ 27. Ke2 Qe4+ 2S. Kdl Qf1+ 29. Ke2 Qe4+ 30. Kdl Qf1+

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ftBemard Parham (2149) tMike Zabawa (1901) French Defense COO/1

ROUND 2 ft Les Kistler (1956) t Kevin Bartow (1866) Caro-Kann Defense B13/1 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. exd5 exd5 4. Bd3 Nf6 5. Bf4 e6 6. NfJ Ne6 7. e3 Bd6 S. Bxd6 Qxd6 9. Qe2 0-0 10. 0-0 Bd7 11. Nbd2 a6 l~~ Ne5 b5 13. a3 a5 14. f4 b4 15. g.t bxe3 16. bxc3 Qe7 17. g5 Nxe5 IS. fxe5 NeS 19. Bxh7+ Kxb7 20. Qb5+ KgS 21. g6 fxg6 22. Rxf8+ Kxf8 23. QbS+ Ke7 24. Qb4+ Nf6 25. Rf1 Rf8 26. e4 Qb6 27. RbI g5 2S. exf6+ Rxf6 29. Rxb6 gxh4 30. exd5 exd5 31. Rxf6 Kxf6 32. NfJ Kf5 33. Ne5 Bb5 34. Nf7 Be4 35. Nd6+ Kf4 36. Kf2 g5 37. b3 Bb3 3S. Nb7 a4 39. Nd6 g4 40. bxg4 Kxg4 41. Kg2 Kf4 42. Kb3 Ke3 43. Kxb4 Kxd4 44. Kg3 Be4 45. Kf3 Ke3 46. Kf2 d4 47. Kel 0:1 The following is one of those games where what doesn't happen is even more interesting than what does. ' ftMike Herron (2160) t Eugene Zelensky (2330) Dutch Defense A80/8

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1. e4 e6 2. QbS dS 3. d3 es 4. f4 Ne6 S. e3 Qb6 6. Nb3 g6 7. QfJ Nge7 S. g4 fS 9. gxfS dxe4 10. dxe4 exfS 11. Nd2 fxe4 12. Nxe4 Nf513. Nf6+ Kf7 14. NdS QdS IS. Be4 Kg7 16. Ng5 Na5 17. Bd3 b6 IS. Bxf5 Bxf5 19. e4 Ne6 20. Qc3+ Nd4 21. Be3 KgS 22. Nb3 Bg7 23. Bxd4 Bxd4 24. Qg3 Qa5+ 2S. Kf1 Kg7 26. Nf2 RaeS 27. ReI Qd2 2S. b4 Rhf8 29. QfJ Be4 30. Nxe4 Rxe4 31. Rdl Qe2 32. rs Qxe4+ 33. Rd3 QxdS 34. fxg6 scoresheet becomes unclear 0:1 ftEugene Zelensky (2330) t Mike Wiseman (2297) Dutch Defense A80/7

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1. d4 f5 2. Bg5 Nf6 3. Bxf6 exf6 4. e3 d5 5. QfJ Be6 6. Bd3 Qd7 7. Ne2 Ne6 S. c3 Bd6 9. Nd2 Ne7 10. Nf4 Bf7 11. Nb5 RgS 12. a4 a5 13. h4 e6 14. Nfl KdS 15. Nfg3 Be6 16. Nf4 Bf7 17. b5 Ke7 IS. Rh4 RgbS -19. Qe2 g5 20. hxg6 bxg6 21. Rh7 QeS 22. 0-0-0 QgS 23. Rdhl g5 24. NxfS Nxf5 25. Bxf5 gxf4 26. Be6 Rf8 27. Qh5 Qxg2 2S. Bxf7 Kb6 29. e4 Bb4 30. e5+ Ka7 31. Qb3 Qxf2 32. BxdS Qxe3+ 33. Qxe3 fxe3 34. Bxe6 RabS

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35. Kdl RfdS 36. Bd7 f5 37. Ke2 f4 3S. Rlh4 Rf8 39. Be6 f3+ 40. Bxf3 Rxf3 41. Kxf3 Rf8+ 42. Kxe3 ReS 43. Re7 Rxc5 44. Rxb7+ Kxb7 45. dxe5 Bxc5+ 46. Ke4 Bf2 47. Rh6 Bb6 4S. Kd5 BdS 49. Kc5 1:0

25. Qe2 ReS 26. Bg2 Be6 27. Be4 Bxe4 2S. dxe4 RaaS 29. Rdl RedS 30. Qc4 Qb5 31. Qa2 as 32. Nxg6 Qd7 33. Nh4 Qe6 34. Qe4 Ra6 35. Nf5 Rd7 36. Rxd6 1:0

30. Kh3 f6 31. exf6 Nxf6 32. Nxf6+ Rxf6 33. Rxf6 Bxf6 34. Rf5 RdS 35. Nf3 Kh7 36. g4 Ne7 37. g5 Be7 3S. gxh6 Kg6 39. Rf4 gxh6 40. Ne5+ 1:0

ft Vern Cloud (1868) tMike Herron (2160) Caro-Kann Defense B11/1
1. e4 e6 2. Nf3 d5 3. Ne3 Bg4 4. d4 e6 5. e5 Nd7 6. h3 Bh5 7. Be2 Qb~ S. 0-0 Ne7 9. Na4 Qc7 10. b3 b5 11. Nb2 a6 12. e4 bxc4 13. bxc4 e5 14. exd5 Nxd5 15. Nd3 Nc3 16. Qe2 Nxe2+ 17. Qxe2 cxd4 IS. Bb2 Be7 19. Bxd4 0-0 20. Rfel RfdS 21. Nf4 Bg6 22. Nxg6 hxg6 23. Qe4 QaS 24. Reel Nb6 25. Rabl Nd5 26. Re2 RabS 27. Reb2 Rxb2 2S. Rxb2 ReS 29. Nd2 Qa4 30. Kh2 Qdl 31. RbI Qxd2 0:1

ftMike Zabawa (1901) tMike Herron (2160) Caro-Kann Defense D40/11
1. e4 Nf6 2. Nc3 e6 3. e4 d5 4. exd5 exd5 5. d4 e6 6. Nf3 Be7 7. Bd3 dxe4 S. Bxe4 0-0 9. 0-0 Ne6 10. a3 a6 11. Bf4 Bd6 12. Bg5 h6 13. Bh4 Be7 14. ReI b5 15. Bd3 Bb7 16. ReI ReS 17. Bbl NaS IS. Qd3 ReS 19. Ne5 Bd5 20. Nxd5 exd5 21. RxeS QxeS 22. Bxf6 Bxf6 23. Qh7+ Kf8 24. QhS+ Ke7 25. Ne6+ Kd6 26. RxeS Qg427. QfS+ Kxe6 2S. Qe5+ Kb729. Qxd5+ Ne6 30. ReI Qxd4 31. Qxf7+ Kb6 32. Qe6 Qd2 33. b4 Bd4 34. Qe2 Qe3 35. Be4 Ne5 36. BaS Qxa3 37. RbI Qc3 3S. Qe4 Ke7 39. Qb7+ KdS 40. Qd5+ Kc7 41. Rdl Bxf2+ 42. Khl Ne6 43. Qf7+ 1:0

ft Greg Steele (1932) t Kevin Bartow (1866) French Defense C1l18
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Ne3 Nf6 4. e5 Nfd7 5. f4 c5 6. Nf3 Ne6 7. Be3 exd4 S. Nxd4 Nxd4 9. Bxd4 Be7 10. Qd2 f6 11. exf6 Nxf6 12. Bd3 0-0 13. 0-0-0 b6 14. Kbl Be5 15. Ne2 Qe7 16. Bxc5 bxc5 17. e4 d4 IS. Ng3 Ng4 19. Ne4 Ne3 20. Ng5 g6 21. g3 Nxdl 22. Qxdl e5 23. fxe5 Qxe5 24. Nxh7 Kxh7 0:1

ft Harold Henderson (1805) t Bob Lambrecht (1293) Queen's Gambit D36/7
1. d4 d5 2. e4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. cxd5 exd5 5. Bg5 e6 6. e3 Be7 7. Bd3 0-0 S. Qe2 Nbd7 9. Nge2 h6 10. Bh4 Nb6 11. 0-0 ReS 12. Rabl Qd6 13. Bg3 Qe6 14. Nf4 Qd7 15. b4 a6 16. Na4 Nxa4 17. Qxa4 Bd6 IS. b5 Bxf4 19. Bxf4 Ne4 20. bxe6 bxe6 21. Rfe1 Bb7 22. Qb4 Ra7 23. Qb6 BaS 24. Bxa6 Nd6 25. Bxd6 Rxa6 26. Qxa6 Qxd6 27. Rb6 RbS 2S. Rebl ReS 29. Qa7 Qe7 30. Qxe7 Rxe7 31. RbS+ Kh7 32. RxaS Re7 33. ReI Rb7 34. g3 1:0

ft Harold Henderson (1805) tJohn Cole (1861) Grunfeld Defense D96/2
1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 g63. Nc3 d5 4. exd5 Nxd5 5. Nf3 Bg7 6. Qb3 Nb6 7. e4 e6 S. Be2 0-0 9. Be3 Be6 10. Qe2 h6 11. Rdl QeS 12. 0-0 NSd7 13. Ne5 Nxe5 14. dxe5 Ne4 15. Bxe4 Bxe4 16. Rfel Be6 17~ Ne2 Qe7 IS. f4 RfdS 19. Nd4 Bg4 20. Rd2 a6 21. f5 gxf5 22. exf5 Qxe5 23. Bf2 Qf6 24. h3 Bxf5 25. Nxf5 Rxd2 26. Nxe7+ Qxe7 27. Qxd2 Qf6 2S. Re2 RdS 29. Qel Rd5 30. ReS+ Kh7 31. Re7 Re5 32. Rxe5 Qxe5 33. Qxe5 Bxe5 34. b3 Kg6 35. Kfl Kf5 36. Ke2 Ke4 37. Be3 h5 3S. Bf2 Bd4 39. Bg3 c5 40. Bel b5 41. Bd2 e4 42. bxe4 bxe4 43. Bel e3 44. g4 hxg4 45. hxg4 Bc5 46. g5 as 47. a4 Bb4 0:1

ftAndy Alexander (1837) tVern Cloud (1868) Caro-Kann Defense B12/5
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nd2 e6 5. Nb3 Nd7 6. c3 Ne7 7. Nf3 h6 S. Bd3 Bxd3 9. Qxd3 Ng6 10. 0-0 Be7 11. Nel Qb6 12. Khl Qb5 13. f4

ft Donald Urquhart (2060)
tJohn Cole (1861) Sicilian Defense B50/1
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d3 g6 4. Nbd2 Bg75. g3 Ne6 6. Bg2 e6 7. 0-0 Nge7 S. ReI 0-0 9. c3 Qe7 10. a4 b6 11. Ne4 Bb7 12. h4 a6 13. Bf4 e5 14. Bd2 b5 15. Ne3 NdS 16. h5 Ne6 17. Nd5 Nxd5 IS. exd5 Bxd5 19. hxg6 hxg6 20. Bfl Qb7 21. Nh4 bxa4 22. Bel Ra7 23. Qxa4 Be6 24. Qg4 Bd7

Qxd3 14. Nxd3 b6 15. f5 NgfS 16. Be3 ReS 17. Rael exf51S. Rxf5 Ne6 19. g3 Ng5 20. Nd2 0-0 21. b4 Ne6 22. Rff1 c5 23. Nf4 Ne7 24. Kg2 RfdS 25. Nb3 e4 26. Nd2 NfS 27. Rf2 Nfe6 2S. Nb5 Rf8 29. Refl NeS

(ISCA directors at the Annual membership meeting: seated l-r Dave Barker, Mike Turner, John Crane, Tom Harris, Rick Roberts, Jay Carr)

ft Craig Stauffer (2222) tEugene Zelensky (2330) Queen's Gambit D10/7

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1. d4 as 2. e4 e6 3. Ne3 Nf6 4. e3 Bg4 S. f3 BeS 6. exdS exdS 7. e4 Ne6 S. eS NgS 9. Be3 e6 10. Bd3 Qb6 11. Qd2 Bd7 12. Nge2 rs 13. ReI NaS 14. Kf2 Bb4 IS. Qe2 Ne7 16. Na4 Bxa4 17. Qxa4+ Nee6 IS. a3 Be7 19. b4 Ne4 20. Bxe4 f4 21. Nxf4 0-0 22. Nxe6 NxeS 23. NrlS Nxe4 24. Nd7 Qd6 2S. NeS Nxe3 26. Kxe3 BgS+ 27. Kf2 0:1 ROUND 4

Rfxd1 RfdS 14. b3 Bxe4 15. Bxe4 Ne7 16. Kf1 Kf8 17. Ke2 e6 IS. b4 Bg7 19. Rd2 Rxd2+ 20. Nxd2 RdS 21. a4 NeS 22. as Nd6 23. Bd3 Ke7 24. Nb3 Kd7 25. Ne5+ Ke7 26. Rd1 Bf6 27. g3 Nb5 2S. Bxb5 Rxd1 29. Kxd1 exbS 30. Ke2 Be7 31. Nd3

1. d4 d5 2. e4 dxe4 3. e4 bS 4. Nf3 e6 S. b3 Bb4+ 6. Bd2 Bxd2+ 7. Qxd2 exb3 S. BxbS+ e6 9. Bd3 bxa2 10. Rxa2 Ne7 11. Ne3 Nd7 12. e5 Nb6 13. Ne4 0-0 14. Nf6+ KbS IS. Nxb7 Nf5 16. Bxf5 exf5 17. NrlS QrlS IS.

it Eugene Zelensky (2330) t Bernard Parham (2149) Italian Game C50/4
1. e4 eS 2. Nf3 Ne6 3. Be4 Be7 4. d4 d6 S. as NbS 6. h3 rs 7. Ne3 Nf6 S. Qe2 e6 9. dxe6 bxe6 10. NgS Qe7 11. Bf7+ Kf8 12. exfS BxfS 13. Be6 Bg6 14. Bb3 BfS IS. f4 h6 16. Nf7 Rh7 17. fxeS dxe5 IS. 0-0 BeS 19. NxeS Ba6 20. Ng6+ KeS 21. Be4 Bxe4 22. Qxe4 Nbd7 23. ReI Nb6 24. Qe6 NeS 2S. Ne4 RbS 26. Nxf6+ 1:0

it Harold Henderson (1805) t Charles Higgins (1716) Budapest Defense A52/1
1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 e5 3'1~dxe5Ng4 4. Bf4 Ne6 S. Nf3 Bb4+ 6:Nbd2 Qe7 7. a3 NgxeS S. NxeS Nxe5 9. e3 Bxd2+ 10. Qxd2 d6 11. Be2 0-0 12. 0-0 Be6 13. Qe3 Ng6 14. Bg3 dS IS. Bf3 RfdS 16. Rfd1 e6 17. exdS BxdS IS. BxdS RxdS 19. RxdS exdS 20. Rd1 Qe4 21. QeS b6 22. Qe6 RdS 23. Qe7 QeS 24. Qxa7 d4 25. Qxb6 d3 26. Bd6 ReS 27. Qd4 Qb5 2S. h3 b5 29. Rxd3 RdS 30. Rd2 Qe6 31. Qb4 Qc1 + 32. Kb2 NfS 33. Qe3 Qe1 34. Bb4 Rxd2 35. Qxd2 Qf1 36. BrlS QbS 37. Bb4 1:0

Bd6 32. Ne1 a6 33. Ng2 b6 34. axb6+ Kxb6 35. Ne3 BfS 36. Nd5+ Ke6 37. b4 b5 3S. f3 Kd6 39. Kd3 Bb6 40. g4 Bel 41. gxh5 gxh5 42. Nf6 Ke6 43. Nxb5 Bb6 44. e4 bxe4+ 45. Kxe4 BfS 46. Ng3 Kf6 47. Nf5 Kg6 4S. Kb3 Kb5 49. Ka4 Kg6 50. Ka5 f6 51. Ne3 Kb5 52. Nd5 Kxh4 53. Kxa6 Bxb4 54. Nxb4 Kg3 55. Nd5 Kxf3 56. Nxf6 Kf4 57. Kb6 Kg5 5S. Nd5 Kg4 59. Ke5 Kf3 60. Nf6 1:0

In the fmal round of the Reserve section, Jeremy Fazli (white) faces Indianapolis' Randy Medsker (black.)

itMike Zabawa (1901) t Craig Stauffer (2222) English Opening A16/2
1. e4 Nf6 2. Ne3 g6 3. g3 Bg7 4. Bg2 0-0 5. d3 d6 6. e4 b6 7. Nge2 e6 S. 0-0 e5 9. b3 Nb5 10. g4 Nf6 11. Ng3 Na6 12. Be3 Ne5 13. Qd2 Kb7 14. Nee2 NgS 15. f4 exf4 16. Nxf4 Ne6 17. d4 Qb4 IS. Nge2 Qe7 19. Rad1 Ng5 20. Ng3 Nf6 21. Qd3 ReS 22. e5 dxe5 23. dxe5 Nd7 24. e6 Ne5 25. Qe2 Bxe6 26. Nxe6 Nxe6 27. Nf5 Qe7 2S. Nxg7 Kxg7 29. Qe3 f6 30. Qe1 Ng5 31. Bf4 RadS 32. Qe3 Nef3+ 33. Bxf3 Nxb3+ 34. Kb1 Qxf4 35. Kg2 Ng5 36. Rf2 Rxd1 37. Bxd1 Qxf2+ 0:1

0-0 Qe7 19. Qg5 Qxg5 20. NxgS KgS 21. Rfa1 a6 22. Re2 Bd7 23. e6 fxe6 24. Nxe6 Kf7 25. Nc5 BeS 26. Rea2 Nd5 27. Nxa6 Ne3 2S. Ra5 Ne2+ 29. Kf1 Nxd4 30. Nc5 RxaS 31. RxaS Kf6 32. RaS Be6 33. Nxe6 Nxe6 34. Ke2 e5 35. g3 f4 36. Ra6 fxg3 37. bxg3 gS 3S. f3 Ke5 39. Ke3 Kd540. Kd3 Nd4 41. Rf6 Ke5 42. Rf8 Nf5 43. g4 Nd4 44. Ke4 Ne6 4S. Rf5+ Kd6 46. Rd5+ Ke6 47. Rd2 Nd4 4S. Rd3 Kd6 49. Rxd4+ exd4 50. Kxd4 Ke6 51. Ke4 Kf6 52. Kd5 Kf7 53. Ke5 Kg6 54. Ke6 Kg7 55. Kf5 Kb6 56. Kf6 Kb7 57. Kxg5 Kg7 5S. f4 Kb7 59. Kf6 KgS 60. g5 Kb7 61. g6+ KbS 62. g7+ KgS 63. f5 Kb7 64. Kf7 1:0

itMike Herron (2160) tDonald Urquhart (2060) Torre Attack A40/8
1. d4 g6 2. Nf3 Bg7 3. e3 d6 4. Bg5 b6 S. Bb4 Nf6 6. Bxf6 Bxf6 7. Nbd2 0-0 S. e4 e5 9. dxe5 dxe5 10. Ne4 Ne6 11. Be2 Be6 12. 0-0 Qxd1 13.

Congratulations to our new State Champions!: Open: Craig Stauffer (Terre Haute) Reserve: Edwin Harris (Ft.Wayne)

it Kevin Bartow (1866) tAndy Alexander (1837) Queen's Gambit Accepted D20/7

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Games from the ISCA State Championship
RESERVE SECTION For a brutal, double rook sacrifice, you might want to check the round 4 game between Kevin Fyr and Dwayne Crayton. Enjoy it! Also of note in this section was the cinderella run of underrated Adam Reveal, who, after a first round loss, bounced back with four straight wins to tie for 2nd place. ROUND 1 ftRandy Medsker (1389) 1 Nick Patterson (1010) Queen's Gambit D32/1 1. d4 e6 2. e4 as 3. Ne3 eS 4. dxeS BxeS S. exdS Bb4 6. Qa4+ Qd7 7. Qxb4 exdS S. QbS QxbS 9. NxbS Na6 10. Nd6+ Kd7 11. Nxfi 1:0 ft Bryan Lilienkamp (1644) 1 Steven Cates (1189) Spanish Opening C89/1 1. e4 e5 2. NO Ne6 3. BbS a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 S. 0-0 Be7 6. ReI bS 7. Bb3 0-0 S. c3 dS 9. exdS NxdS 10. Nxe5 Nxe5 11. Rxe5 e6 12. Qe2 Bd6 13. Re4 BfS 14. BxdS exdS IS. Re3 Bf4 16. Re7 ReS 17. RxeS+ QxeS IS. QxeS+ RxeS 19. g3 Bh3 20. 0 Re1+ 21. Kf2 Rxel 22. gxf4 BfS 23. a4 Rxbl 24. Ra2 Bd3 2S. Ke3 Be4 26. RaJ Rxb2 27. d3 Ra2 0:1 ft Filip Stanek (1259) 1Jeremy Fazli (1597) Englund Gambit A51/1 1. d4 e5 2. us Nf6 3. e4 Bc5 4. Ne3 e6 S. e4 d6 6. Be2 Bd4 7. Qd3 Qb6 S. Ndl Na6 9. Qe2 Nb4 10. Qbl exdS 11. a3 Na6 12. cxdS NcS 13., Bd3 Bg414. Ne2 Bxe21S. Kxe2 ReS 16. Bd2 Nb3 17. Ra2 Nxd2 IS. Kxd2 Bxf2 19. h3 Bg3 20. Rf1 Bf4+ 21. Ke2 Rel 0:1 ft Bob Lambrecht (1291) 1 Edwin Harris (1720) Queen Pawn Opening D02/1

1. d4 dS 2. NO rs 3. BgS Qd6 4. e3 Qb4+ S. Nbd2 Qxb2 6. c4 e6 7. c5 Qa3 S. Be2 e6 9. 0-0 QaS 10. a4 Qe7 11. Bf4 QdS 12. Be5 Nd7 13. ReI Nxe5 14. Nxe5 Nf6 IS. BhS+ g6 16. Be2 Bg7 17. f4 0-0 IS. as Ne4 19. Nxe4 fxe4 20. Bg4 a6 21. Qb3 gS 22. g3 gxf4 23. gxf4 Qh4 24. Qb2 BxeS 2S. Bxe6+ Bxe6 26. dxe5 Bg4 27. Khl BO+ 2S. Kgl KhS 29. e6+ Rf6 30. Qf2 RgS+ 0:1 ftAdam Reveal (1133) 1 Philip Kasper (1563) King's Gambit C30/1 1. e4 e5 2. f4 d6 3. NO exf4 4. Be4 Ne6 S. d4 gS 6.0-0 Bg4 7. Nc3 Bg7 S. Qd3 BxO 9. QxO Bxd4+ 10. Khl Ne5 11. Qe2 Bxe3 12. bxe3 Nf6 13. Bb3 Qe7 14. g3 0 IS. Rxf3 NxO 16. QxO Qxe4 17. Qxe4+ Nxe4 IS. Bb2 0-0 19. ReI RaeS 20. Kg2 NeS 21. Rf1 Nxb3 22. exb3 Re2+ 23. Rf2 Rxf2+ 24. Kxf2 ReS 2S. e4 rs 26. Bel h6 27. Kf3 Kf7 2S. Bb2 Re4 29. h3 g4+ 30. hxg4 Rxg4 31. Bel hS 32. Bf4 h4 33. gxh4 Rxh4 34. Kg3 Rg4+ 3S. Kf3 Ke6 36. Ke3 Rg2 0:1 ftJerry Thomas (1580) 1 Eric Brown (1089) Queen's Gambit D37/4 1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 e6 3. Ne3 dS 4. e3 Be7 S. NO 0-0 6. Bd3 Nbd7 7. 0-0 e6 S. Ne5 Qe7 9. f4 dxe4 10. Bxe4 NdS 11. e4 Nxe3 12. bxe3 Nf6 13. Qe2 b6 14. Qe2 bS IS. Bb3 Ba6 16. Rf3 Bb7 17. Rb3 Qb6 IS. Be2 RaeS 19. g4 g6 20. Qf2 RedS 21. rs Nd7 22. Nxd7 Rxd7 23. Bh6 ReS 24. f6 Bf8 2S. Qh4 Rxd4 26. exd4 Qxd4+ 27. Be3 Qxa1+ 2S. Kf2 Qxal 29. Qxh7# 1:0 ft Ben Dillon (1706) 1 David Carter (1341) Sicilian Defense B84/3 1. e4 c5 2. NO d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 S. Ne3 a6 6. Be3 e6 7. Be2 Be7 S. 0-0 0-0 9. h3 bS 10. a3 e5 11. NO Bb7 12. Bd3 Nbd7 13. Qe2 Nc5 14. Bxc5 dxeS IS. Radl Qe7 16. NdS

Nxd5 17. exd5 Bd6 IS. e4 rs 19. NgS Rf6 20. exb5 Bxd5 21. bxa6 e4 22. Bbl Qe6 23. NO Rg6 24. Rxd5 Qxd5 25. BxfS Rf6 26. Be4 Qb5 27. BxaS BbS 2S. Rdl 1:0 ft Hans Herr (1673) 1 Nathaniel Boggs (1247) Sicilian Defense B78/5 1. e4 es 2. NO Ne6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be3 Bg7 7. 0 0-0 S. Qd2 d6 9. 0-0-0 Bd7 10. Be4 ReS 11. Bb3 NaS 12. g4 Ne4 13. Bxe4 Rxe4 14. h4 h5 15. Nd5 Nxd5 16. exd5 KhS 17. gxh5 gxh5 IS. Qd3 ReS 19. Rbg1 e6 20. Rg5 f5 21. RxhS+ KgS 22. dxe6 BeS 23. Rg5 KhS 24. Rxg7 Kxg7 2S. Rg1+ KhS 26. Nxf5 BbS 27. Bd4+ Kh7 2S. Rg7+ KhS 29. Rg6+ Rf6 30. Qd2 Kh7 31. Qh6# 1:0 -ftHarry Berndt (1636) 1Jeff Pinson (1105) Larsen's Opening A06/2 1. NO d5 2. b3 Ne6 3. Bb2 Nf6 4. e3 Bg4 5. Be2 e6 6. a3 Bd6 7. Nd4 Bxe2 S. Qxe2 0-0 9. Nxe6 bxe6 10. 0-0 ReS 11. f4 Qe7 12. d4 Ne4 13. Nd2 Nxd2 14. Qxd2 f6 15. Rae1 Bxa3 16. Bxa3 Qxa3 17. b4 Qa6 IS. Ra1 Qe4 19. Ra5 RebS 20. e3 Rb5 21. Rfa1 RxaS 22. RxaS Kf7 23. ReS Qa6 24. Ra5 Qb6 2S. Qe2 a6 26. h3 g6 27. e4 e5 2S. fxeS fxeS 29. Qf2+ Ke6 30. exdS+ exdS 31. ReS exd4 32. Qxd4 RdS 33. Qe3+ Kf7 34. Qf4+ Kg7 3S. Qe5+ Kh6 36. h4 e6 37. Kh2 QbS 3S. QxbS RxbS 39. Rxe6 RaS 40. Rc5 RdS 41. Ra5 Rd6 42. b5 axbS 43. RxbS d4 44. exd4 Rxd4 4S. Kh3 Kg7 46. Rb7+ KgS 47. g3 hS 4S. Re7 Rdl 49. Re7 Rf1 50. Rd7 Rf7 51. Rxfi Kxf7 S2. g4

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ftLarry Gray (858p) 1Jim Ramp (1347) Colle System DOO/1 1. d4 Nf6 2. e3 es 3. Bd3 e6 4. Nd2 c5 5. c3 Qe7 6. f4 Ne6 7. NgfJ Ng4 S. Qe2 Ne7 9. Ne5 Nxe5 10. fxe5 g6 11. NO Bh6 12. 0-0 Bd7 13. a4 NfS 14. Qf2 0-0-015. Nh4 Rdf8 16. NxfS

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gxfS 17. Qh4 Bg7 IS. Rf3 e4 19. Be2 QdS 20. Qf4 f6 21. b4 Qe7 22. exf6 Qxf4 23. exf4 Bxf6 24. as a6 2S. Ba3 Be7 26. bS Bxa3 27. Rxa3 BxbS 2S. Ba4 Bd7 29. Bxd7+ Kxd7 30. Ra4 Ke6 31. Rb4 RbS 32. Rb6+ Kd7 33. Rg3 RheS 34. h4 Re7 3S. hS Ke7 36. h6 Kd7 37. Kh2 Ke7 3S. Kh3 KdS 39. Kh4 Kd7 40. RgS Ke7 41. g4 fxg4 42. Kxg4 Rf8 43. ReS Rf6 44. KgS Rg6+ 4S. KhS Rf6 46. fS RxfS+ 47. RxfS exfS 4S. KgS Re3 49. KxfS Rxe3 SO. KeS Ra3 SI. Rd6 e3 S2. RxdS bS S3. ReS+ Kd7 S4. Kf6 b4 . SS. Kg7 Ra2 S6. RgS Rh2 S7. Kxh7 b3 SS. Rg3 b2 S9. Rxe3 bl=Q+ 60. Kg7 Qg1+ 61. Kh7 Qxd4 62. Rg3 Qe4+ 63. KgS Rxh6 64. Rg7+ Kd6 0:1

Ne4 36. Qdl Rxe6 37. Qa4 QeS 3S. Qxb4 Nxe5 39. QbS Rxe1+ 40. Rxel QxbS 41. Kg2 Ne4 42. Ral Nxe3+ 43. Kf3 Ne4 44. RaS+ Kh7 4S. Rf8 Nd2+ 46. Kg2 Qfl# 0:1

it Bill Chappell (1272)

t Steve Caputi (1755) Scandinavian Defense

it David Swenson (079) t Bill Stanley (1499) Caro-Kann Defense B10/1
1. e4 e6 2. QhS Nf6 3. Qh4 g6 4. d4 d6 S. Nf3 Bg7 6. Bd3 Nbd7 7. e4 Qe7 S. Ne3 eS 9. dS NeS 10. Be2 Bd7 11. BgS QdS 12. ReI h6 13. Bxf6 Bxf6 14. Qg3 Qb6 IS. b3 Qb4 16. Bbl hS 17. h4 0-0-0 IS. NgS BxgS 19. QxgS exdS 20. exdS e4 21. 0-0 Nd3 22. Bxd3 exd3 23. Rfdl BfS 24. NbS QaS 2S. Kfl a6 26. f3 Qb6 27. Ne3 Qd4 2S. Qd2 Qxh4 29. ReI RdeS 30. RxeS+ Rxti8 31. ReI Qh1+ 32. Kf2 Qh4+ 33. Kfl Rxel + 34. Qxel Qf6 3S. Kgl Qd4+ 36. Kf1 Kd7 37. Qd2 h4 3S. Ndl h3 39. g4 Bxg4 40. fxg4 Qxg4 41. Nb2 Qe2+ 0:1

1. e4 dS 2. exdS QxdS 3. Ne3 QaS 4. d4 BfS S. Nf3 Nd7 6. Bd3 Bg6 7. 0-0 e6 S. Rei Be7 9. NeS Ngf6 10. Bd2 Qb6 11. d5 exd5 12. Nxd7 Kxd7 13. Qf3 e6 14. Na4 Qd4 15. Ne3 Bxd3 16. exd3 Qg4 17. Qe3 RheS IS. h3 Qf5 19. Qg3 g6 20. d4 Bd6 21. Qh4 h5 22. Bg5 Ne4 23. g4 Qxg5 24. QxgS Nxg5 25. Kg2 hxg4 26. hxg4 RhS 27. Rhl RadS 2S. a3 b5 29. b4 Bf4 30. Rhdl Rh2+ 31. Kgl Nf3+ 32. Kfl Nd2+ 33. KgI RdhS 0:1

exf5 11. Qe2 Be7 12. 0-0 Qe6 13. dxc5 Nxc5 14. b4 Nee4 IS. Nxe4 Nxe4 16. Qa4+ Qe6 17. Qxe6+ bxc6 IS. Be5 Bf6 19. Bxf6 Nxf6 20. Bd3 g6 21. e4 dxe4 22. Bxe4 Ke7 23. Rfdl Ne4 24. f3 Nd6 2S. Bb3 Ra7 26. Racl ReS 27. Rd2 Nb5 2S. Rdc2 Rae7 29. Kf2 Na3 30. Re5 NbS 31. a4 Nd6 32. Bdl Kd7 33. Be2 RbS 34. RbI Reb7 35. Bxa6. Rxb4 36. Rxb4 Rxb4 37. as Rb2+ 3S. Kg3 Ra2 39. h3 Ra3 40. Kf2 Ra2+ 41. Kg3 Ra3 YZ:YZ

it Dwayne Crayton (412) t William Fowler (105) Modern Defense B08/14
1. e4 g6 2. d4 Bg7 3. Nf3 d6 4. Be2 Nf6 5. Nc3 0-0 6. 0-0 b6 7. Be3 Bb7 S. d5 e6 9. h3 exd5 10. exd5 Na6 11. Bxa6 Bxa6 12. ReI ReS 13. Qd2 NeS 14. Bh6 f6 15. Nd4 Qd7 16. Ne6 Rxe6 17. dxe6 Qxe6 IS. Rxe7 Bb7 19. f3 gS 20. Bxg7 Nxg7 21. Qd3 ReS 22. Rael Rxe7 23. Rxe7 d5 24. Khl as 25. Ne2 BeS 26. Ng3 Qd6 27. Rxg7+ Kxg7 2S. Nf5+ Bxf5 29. Qxf5 Qg3 30. Qd7+ Kg6 31. Qxd5 h5 32. Qe4+ Kg7 33. Qb7+ Kh6 34. Qxb6 Qe1+ 35. Kh2 Qe5+ 36. Khl Qe1+ 37. Qgl Qg3 3S. Qel h4 39. e4 Kh5 40. e5 g4 41. fxg4+ Kg6 42. e6 Qe7 43. a4 f5 44. gxf5+ Kxf5 45. Qc5+ Kf4 46. b4 axb4 47. Qxb4+ Kg3 4S. Qg4+ Kf2 49. Qxh4+ Kfl 50. Qe4 Qg7 51. Qf4+ 1:0

it Kevin Fyr (304)

t David Kennen (1603) Scotch Opening C45/1 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Ne6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nge7 5. Bg5 Nxd4 6. Qxd4 Ne6 7. Qd2 Be7 S. Bxe7 Qxe7 9. Bd3 d6 10. Ne3 Be6 11. 0-0 0-0 12. Rfel Qd7 13. Bb5 a6 14. Bxe6 Qxe6 15. Nd5 Qd7 16. Re3 Bxd5 17. exd5 RfeS IS. Rael Rxe3 19. Qxe3 Kf8 20. b3 Re8 21. QxeS+ QxeS 22. RxeS+ KxeS 23. Kf1 Ke7 24. Ke2 Kf6 25. f4 Kf5 26. Kf3 h5 27. g3 f6 2S. h3 g5 29. g4+ hxg4+ 30. hxg4+ Kg6 31. Ke4 gxf4 32. Kxf4 e5 33. e4 b5 34. exb5 axb5 35. a3 Kf7 36. a4 e4 37. as exb3 3S. a6 b2 39. a7 bl=Q 40. as=Q Qfl+ 41. Kg3 Qe1+ 42. Kf3 Qdl + 43. Ke3 Qb3+ 44. Kd2 Qb4+ 45. Kel Qe4+ 46. Kb2 Qb4+ 47. Ka2 Qa4+ 4S. Qxa4 bxa4 49. Ka3 f5 50. gxf5 Kf6 51. Kxa4 Kxf5 52. Kb5 Ke4 53. Ke4 Ke5 54. Kb5 Kxd5 55. Kb4 Kd4 56. Kb3 Kd3 57. Kb2 Kd2 5S. Kb3 d5 0:1

ROUND 2

it Lee Bartow (361)

it Philip Kasper (1563)

t Kevin Huse (UNR) Queen's Gambit D37/1 1. e4 Nf6 2. d4 us 3. Ne3 e6 4. Nf3 h6 S. NeS Nbd7 6. Qa4 Be7 7. Bf4 0-0 S. eS NxeS 9. BxeS e6 10. e3 Nd7 11. Bg3 b6 12. Qxe6 RbS 13. BxbS NxbS 14. Qa4 as IS. e6 Ba6 16. BbS Bb4 17. Rel BxbS IS. QxbS Qe7 19• .a3 Be7 20. Na4 Bd8 21. 0-0 Qa7 22. Re2 Be7 23. Rfel ReS 24. b3 N a6 2S. Nb2 Bd6 26. Ral Ne7 27. Qfl QbS 28. Nd3 NbS 29. g3 Nxa3 30. Re3 NbS 31. Re2 Na3 32. Reel Re7 33. b4 axb4 34. Ne5 Bxe5 3S. dxe5

tMark Fouts (770) Spanish Opening C67/2 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. 0-0 Nxe4 5. d4 d6 6. dxe5 d5 7. Nbd2 Bf5 S. Nd4 QgS 9. Nxe4 Qg6 10. Nxf5 Qxf5 11. Ng3 Qxe5 12. ReI f6 13. Rxe5+ fxe5 14. BgS h6 15. Be3 a6 16. Bxe6+ bxe6 17. Qh5+ Kd7 18. Qxe5 Bd6 19. Qxg7+ Be7 20. Nf5 e5 21. Qxe7+ Ke6 22. Qxe5+ Kb7 23. Qxd5+ e6 24. Qd7+ KbS 25. Bf4# 1:0 ic Brown (089)

it Charles Higgins (704)
tAndrew Pierce (1314) Torre Attack D02/1

1. d4 d5 2. Nf3 Bf5 3. BgS Nd7 4. Nbd2 Ngf6 5. e3 a6 6. c3 c5 7. Be2 Qe7 S. Bf4 Qb6 9. Nh4 e6 10. Nxf5

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1. NfJ dS 2. d4 Nf6 3. Bf4 Bg4 4. NeS BfS S. e3 e6 6. Bd3 Bxd3 1. Qxd3 c6 S. Nd2 Be1 9. h3 Nbd110. NdfJ Nb6 11. 0-0 0-012. c4 dxc4 13. Nxc4 Nxc4 14. Qxc4 Bd6 IS. Ne5 NdS 16~Bh2 Nb6 11. Qe2 Qc1 IS. f4 Bxe5 19. fxe5 NdS 20. Bf4 Ne1 21. Rf3 Ng6 22. BgS h6 23. Bxh6 gxh6 24. Rf6 Kg1 2S. Qg4 RbS 26. h4 hS 21. QgS RagS 2S. Raf1 Kf8 29. Rxf1+ KeS 30. Rxc1 1:0 .
it Bill Stanley (499) t Ben Dillon (1706) Colle System D05/8

S. Nxe5 Nxe4 9. Nxe4 Bxe5 10. QxdS RxdS 11. 0-0 Nc6 12. RbI BfS 13. BfJ Nd4 14. BgS Nxf3+ IS. gxf3 Rd3 16. Kg2 Kg1 11. b3 h6 IS. Be3 b6 19. Rbc1 cS 20. Bd2 Bxe4 21. Bxh6+ Kxh6 22. fxe4 Kg1 23. Rc2 RbS 24. RbI Rdh3 2S. Rd2 Rxh2+ 26. Rxh2 Rxh2+ 21. Kf3 Bd4 2S. Kg3 RbI 29. Kg2 RbI 30. Kf3 Rb2 31. Rxb2 Bxb2 32. Kf4 f6 33. Kg4 gS 34. KfS Kf1 3S. fJ Ke1 36. f4 gxf4 31. Kxf4 Ke6 3S. Ke3 Ke5 39. Kf3 Bd4 40. a3 a6 41. b4 cxb4 42. axb4 as 43. bxaS bxaS 0:1
it William Fowler (105) t Bill Chappell (272) Scandinavian Defense B02/8

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it Nick Patterson t Kevin Fyr (304) Sklilian Defense

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1. d4 Nf6 2. NfJ us 3. e3 e6 4. Bd3 cS S. c3 Nc6 6. Nbd2 Bd11. 0-0 RcS S. ReI Be1 9. dxcS BxcS 10. e4 0-0 11. e5 Ng4 12. Re2 f6 13. exf6 Qxf6 14. Qe1 Rf1 IS. h3 Nge5 16. Nxe5 Nxe5 11. Bc2 Rcf8 IS. NfJ Nxf3+ 19. gxf3 Qxf3 20. Be3 Bxe3 21. Rxe3 Qxfl+ 22. Qxf2 Rxf2 23. Bb3 Rxb2 24. Rf1 Rxfl + 2S. Kxf1 Kf1 26. c4 dxc4 21. Bxc4 BbS 2S. BxbS RxbS 29. Kf2 Rb2+ 0:1
itLany Gray (858p) tFilip Stanek (1259) Blackmar Diemer Gambit DOO!7

1. e4 dS 2. exdS Nf6 3. Nc3. e6 4. dxe6 Bxe6 S. d4 Nc6 6. NfJ Qe1 1. BgS 0-0-0 S. Qe2 Nxd4 9. Nxd4 Rxd4 10. Qe3 Qb4 11. Bd3 NdS 12. Qd2 Qxb2 13. RbI Qxc3 14. Qxc3 Nxc3 IS. Rb2 BcS 16. 0-0 Bxa2 11. Rxa2 Nxa2 IS. BfS+ KbS 19. Be3 RdS 20. BxcS Rxc5 21. Bd3 Nb4 22. Rd1 Nxd3 23. Rxd3 ReS 24. g3 as 0:1
it Adam Reveal (1133) tBany Holmgren (329) Sicilian Defense B32/2

1. e4 es 2. Nc3 d6 3. f4 Nf6 4. NfJ Bg4 S. Be2 g6 6. h3 Bxf3 1. Bxf3 Nbd1 S. e5 dxeS 9. Bxb1 RbS 10. fxeS Rxb1 11. exf6 Nxf6 12. d3 Bg1 13. QfJ QcS 14. Rf1' 0-0 15. RbI Ng4 16. Qxg4 Qxg4 11. hxg4 Bxc3+ IS. Ke2 RfbS 19. b3 Rb6 20. Bb2 Re6+ 21. Kd1 Bd4 22. Rf4 Bxb2 23. Rxb2 Rbb6 24. Ra4 a6 2S. Rc4 ReS 26. RbI Rf6 21. Kc1 Rf2 2S. Kb2 Rxg2 29. Rf1 e6 30. RtT4rs 31. gxfS exf5 32. Ra4 gS 33. Rf1 f4 34. Rxa6 Ree2 3S. Rc1 fJ 36. Rf6 g4 31. a4 f2 3S. as Rg1 39. Rxf2 Rxf2 40. Rxg1 hS 41. a6 Kg1 42. Kc3 Kg6 43. a1 Rf8 44. Kc4 RaS 4S. d4 cxd4 46. Kxd4 Rxa1 41. c4 Kf5 4S. es h4 49. c6 h3 50. KcS h2 51. Rh1 g3 52. Kd6 g2 S3. c1 Rxc1 54. Rxh2 gl =Q 0:1
itMark Neff (1665) t Steven Cates (1189) King's Indian Defense E90/12

1. d4 dS 2. e4 dxe4 3. fJ Nf6 4. Nc3 Nc6 S. fxe4 Nxd4 6. Be3 Nc6 1. Bd3 e6 S. NfJ Bd6 9. Qd2 h6 10. 0-0-0 0-0 11. e5 Bxe5 12. Nxe5 Nxe5 13. Bd4 Nxd3+ 14. Qxd3 ReS IS. Rbfl e5 16. Bf2 Qxd3 11. Rxd3 Be6 IS. Re3 Ng4 19. Rg3 Nxfl 20. Rxf2 Re1 21. Ne4 Kf8 22. NcS BdS 23. b3 b6 24. Nd3 RaeS 2S. Rf1 f6 26. c4 Bb1 21. Kb2 e4 2S. Nf4 Rd1 29. Ka3 e3 30. ReI gS 31. NhS e2 32. Nxf6 Rd1 33. Rxe2 Rxe2 34. NdS BxdS 3S. cxdS RxdS 36. Rf3+ Kg1 31. Kb4 And Black won. 0:1
itJim Ramp (347) tHans Herr (1663) King's Indian Defense E92/1

1. d4 Nf6 2. NfJ g6 3. c4 Bg1 4. Nc3 0-0 S. e4 d6 6. Be2 e5 1. dxe5 dxe5

1. e4 c5 2. NfJ Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nxd4 S. Qxd4 Qc1 6. Nc3 eS 1. Qc4 Bd6 S. Be3 Ne1 9. 0-0-0 0-0 10. NbS Qxc4 11. Bxc4 BbS 12. BcS ReS 13. Nd6 Bxd6 14. Bxd6 Nc6 IS. fJ a6 16. h4 bS 11. BdS Bb1 IS. b4 as 19. a3 axb4 20. axb4 RecS 21. Kb2 Ra6 22. Ra1 Rxa1 23. Rxa1 h6 24. Bxc6 Bxc6 2S. Bxe5 ReS 26. Bd4 Re6 21. Kb3 Rg6 2S. g4 Rd6 29. BcS Rf6 30. Rf1 Bxe4 31. f4 BdS+ 32. Kb2 gS 33. hxgS hxgS 34. Be3 gxf4 3S. Rxf4 Re6 36. Bd4 Rg6 31. Bf6 Bc4 3S. gS Be6 39. Kc3?? [39. Rh4!] 39•.• Kf8 40. Kd4 Bc4 41. Re4 dS 42. Rb4 RgS 43. Kc5 KeS 44. Kc6 Kf8 4S. Rh1 d4 46. Ra1 BdS+ 41. KxdS KeS 4S. RaS+ Kd1 49. RxgS d3 SO.cxd3 Kc1 st. Rg1 Kb1 52. Rxf1+ Kb6 53. Bd4+ Ka6 54. Ra1# Finally! 1:0

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg1 4. e4 d6 S. NfJ 0-0 6. h3 eS 1. dS Nbd1 S. Bd3 as 9. Be3 ReS 10. a3 NcS 11. Be2 Bd112. 0-0 e6 13. Qd2 exdS 14. exd5 ReS 15. Rab1 Qe1 16. Bh6 RedS 11. QgS NhS IS. Qe3 f6 19. g4 Bxh6 20. Qxh6 Nf4 21. Kh2 Ncd3 22. Ne1 Nxb2 23. Rxb2 Qxc3 24. Rb3 Qc5 2S. Qh4 BbS 26. Rg1 gS 21. Qg3 Ne2 2S. QfJ Nxg1 29. Kxg1 Kg1 30. a4 Ba6 31. Bd3 Re1 32. Bxa6 bxa6 33. Nd3 Qd4 34. Qf5 Qe4 3S. Ra3 RbS 36. h4 gxh4 31. gS fxgS 3S. QxgS+ KhS 39. Qf6+ Rg1+ 40. Kh2 Qxe4 41. Qxg1+ Kxg1 42. Rc3 RgS 0:1
it Kevin Huse (UNR) t Charles Higgins (1704) Torre Attack D03/1

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1. d4 Nf6 2. NfJ us 3. BgS BfS 4. Bxf6 exf6 5. Nbd2 Bd6 6. e3 c6 1. e3 Qe1 S. Nh4 Be6 9. f4 f5 10. Bd3 g6 11.0-0 Nd112. NhfJ Nf6 13. h3 Ne4 14. Bxe4 fxe4 IS. Ne5 0-0-016. a4 f6
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17. Ng4 h5 IS. Nxf6 Qf7 19. Nfxe4 dxe4 20. Nxe4 Be7 21. Ng5 Bxg5 22. fxg5 Qe7 23. h4 Bd5 24. Qe2 Rdf8 25. Rxf8+ Rxf8 26. e4 Be4 27. ReI Qd6 2S. Rfl Rf5 29. Rxf5 Bxf5 30. e5 Qe6 31. Qf2 b6 32. Qe2 Kb7 33. Qd2 Qb3 34. exb6 axb6 35. a5 bxa5 36. Kf2 Qe2 37. Qxe2 Bxe2 3S. Kf3 Ke7 39. e4 Kd6 40. Ke3 e5 41. e5+ KdS 42. dxeS KxeS 43. e6 Kd6 44. e7 Kxe7 4S. Kf4 Kd6 46. g4 Bdl 47. gxhS BxhS 4S. Ke4 Ke6 49. Kd4 KfS SO. Ke3 Kg4 SI. b4 axb4+ S2. Kxb4 Kxh4 53. Kc3 KxgS S4. Kd3 Kf4 S5. Kd2 Kf3 S6. Kel Kg2 S7. Kd2 gS SS. Ke3 g4 59. Kf4 g3 60. Ke3 Kfl 61. Kf4 g2 62. Kg3 gl=Q+ 63. Kf4 Qg4+ 0:1 ROUND 3 it Mark Fouts (770) t David Carter (341) Sicilian Defense B20/1 1. e4 c5 2. d3 Ne6 3. Nc3 e6 4. NfJ d6 S. Be3 Nf6 6. Ng5 Be7 7. QfJ Nd4 S. Bxd4 exd4 9. NbS Qa5+ 10. c3 dxe3 11. N xe3 Qxg5 12. h4 QeS 13. g3 0-0 14. g4 e5 IS. g5 NeS 16. Bh3 Bxh3 17. Rxh3 Ne7 IS. QfS Ne6 19. Rf3 Nd4 20. 0-0-0 NxfS And Black won. 0:1 it David Carter (B41) tDavid Swenson (1079) Sicilian Defense B89/1O 1. e4 eS 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 S. Ne3 e6 6. Be3 Be7 7. Be4 Ne6 S. f4 Bd7 9. QfJ a6 10. 0-0 Qe7 11. Bb3 bS 12. Rae1 Qb7 13. e5 NgS 14. f5 0-0-0 IS. fxe6 fxe6 16. Nxe6 ReS 17. Nxg7 Nxe5 IS. Qxb7+ Kxb7 19. NxeS BxeS 20. NdS Ng4 21. Bd4 N4f6 22. Bxf6 Bxf6 23. Nxf6 hS 24. NxeS Ke6 2S. Rf8 dS 26. Nf6 a5 27. BxdS+ Kd6 2S. RxgS RxgS 29. NxgS KxdS 30. Nf6+ Ke4 31. NxhS b4 32. g4 a4 33. e3 aJ 34. exb4+ Kxb4 3S. bxaJ+ 1:0 it Bill Chappell (1272) t Adam Reveal (1133) Spanish Opening C771/3

1. e4 e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. BbS a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 S. d3 h6 6. 0-0 Be7 7. ReI bS S. Bb3 d6 9. h3 0-0 10. c3 Be6 11. Be2 dS 12. d4 exd4 13. exd4 dxe4 14. Bxe4 Nxe4 IS. Rxe4 BdS 16. ReI Bxf3 17. gxf3 Nxd4 IS. Be3 NfS 19. Nc3 Bh4 20. Bc5 Qg5+ 21. Kf1 RfdS 22. NdS Rxd5 23. Qb3 RxeS 24. Radl Re4 25. Rd7 Nd4 26. Qd3 Re2 27. Qxd4 Rxf2+ 2S. Qxf2 Bxf2 29. Kxf2 Qh4+ 30. Ke2 ReS+ 0:1 it Randy Medsker (389) tJesse Bloomer (096) Queen's Gambit D10/4 1. d4 dS 2. e4 e6 3. Ne3 BfS 4. Bf4 e6 S. e3 Nf6 6. NfJ Nbd7 7. a4 g6 S. a5 Bb4 9. Qa4 Bxe3+ 10. bxe3 a6 11. Qb4 bS 12. axb6 Qxb6 13. Qxb6 Nxb6 14. eS Ne4 IS. Bxe4 dxe4 16. Be5 Ke7 17. Bd6+ Kd7 IS. Ne5+ KeS 19. Nxe4 Ne4 20. Nb6 Ra7 21. NeS RaS 22. Nb6 Ra7 23. 0-0 Nxe3 24. fJ Bd3 2S. Rfe1 f5 26. Ra3 NbS 27. Rxd3 a5 2S. Be5 RgS 29. NeS Ra6 30. Nd6+ Nxd6 31. Bxd6 a4 32. Ral Kd7 33. RdaJ RgaS 34. Kf2 KeS 3S. Kg3 Kf7 36. Kf4 h6 37. Ke5 gS 3S. e4 RdS 39. Rxa4 Rxa4 40. Rxa4 hS And white soon won. 1:0 it Hans Herr (1673) t Christopher Johnson (793) French Defense C10/3 1. e4 e6 2. d4 dS 3. Ne3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Bd7 S. NfJ Be6 6. Bd3 Be7 7. 0-0 Nf6 S. Qe2 0-0 9. ReI Bxe4 10. Bxe4 Nxe4 11. Qxe4 e6 12. b3 Nd7 13. e4 Nf6 14. Qe2 Qe7 IS. Bb2 RadS 16. Radl es 17. dxeS Qxc5 IS. Qe2 Rxdl19. Rxd1 RdS 20. RxdS+ BxdS 21. Bd4 QaJ 22. h4 b6 23. Ne5 Qe1+ 24. Qf1 Qf4 25. NfJ Ng4 26. Qd1 Bf6 27. Bxf6 Qxf6 2S. Qd4 h5 29. Qxf6 Nxf6 30. Ne5 Kf8 31. Kf1 KeS 32. Ke2 Nd7 YZ:YZ

NgfJ Ne6 14. h3 e5 15. dxe5 Ndxe5 16. Nxe5 Nxe5 17. NfJ ReS IS. Nxe5 Rxe5 19; Rxe5 Qxe5 20. Qd2 Bd7 21. ReI Qd6 22. Qd1 Kf8 23. Qb3 Be6 24. Bb5 RbS 25. Bxe6 bxe6 26. Qe2 ReS 27. RxeS+ KxeS 2S. g3 g6 29. Qc1 g5 30. Qe3+ Qe7 31. Qxe7+ Kxe7 32. fJ Kd6 33. Kf2 KeS 34. Ke3 e5 3S. b3 d4+ 36. exd4+ exd4+ 37. Kd3 f5 3S. b4 Kd5 39. a4 h5 40. g4 hxg4 41. hxg4 f4 42. bS Ke5 43. a5 KxbS 44. a6 KeS 45. Ke2 Ke4 46. Ke1 Ke3 47. Kdl Kd3 4S. Ke1 Ke2 49. Kf2 d3 SO. Kf1 d2 51. Kf2 dl=Q 0:1 itJeff Pinson (1105) t Kevin Huse (UNR) French Defense COO/4 1. e4 e6 2. NfJ Nf6 3. Nc3 Be7 4. b3 dS S. exd5 exd5 6. Bb2 0-0 7. Bd3 QeS S. 0-0 Nbd7 9. ReI QdS 10. Ne2 e611. Ng3 ReS 12. Re2 Ne5 13. Qel Nxd3 14. exd3 Bg4 15. Re3 Bd6 16. Bxf6 gxf6 17. Nh4 Bf4 IS. RxeS+ Qxe8 19. QxeS+ RxeS 20. fJ Be5 21. ReI Bd4+ 22. Kf1 Rxe1+ 23. Kxel Bd7 24. NhfS BxfS 2S. NxfS Be5 26. d4 Bf8 27. Ke2 e5 2S. Ke3 b6 29. Kd3 h6 30. Ne3 exd4 31. Kxd4 Bc5+ 32. KxdS Bxe3 33. dxe3 Kf8 34. Kd6 KeS 35. Ke7 b5 36. b4 Ke7 37. Ke6 a6 1:0'

:it Kevin Fyr (1304)
t Bill Stanley (1499) Caro-Kann Defense B12/5 1. e4 e6 2. d4 as 3. e5 BfS 4. NfJ e6 5. Bd3 Bxd3 6. Qxd3 c5 7. dxe5 Qa5+ S. Ne3 Bxc5 9. Qb5+ Qxb5 10. NxbS Kd7 11. 0-0 a6 12. Nbd4 Ne6 13. e3 Nge7 14. aJ b5 15. b4 Bb6 16. Be3 Nxd4 17. exd4 h6 IS. a4 Ne6 19. a5 BdS 20. Rabl Be7 21. Bd2 g5 22. h3 RagS 23. Be3 g4 24. hxg4 Rxg4 25. Nh2 Re4 26. Rfdl RgS 27. Kf1 Rg5 2S. fJ Rh4 29. Ng4 h5 30. Nf2 Rh2 31. g4 hxg4 32. fxg4 RgS 33. Kgl RghS 34. Rb2 Bg5 35. Rd3 Ne7 36. Rf3 R2h7 37. Bd2 Bxd2 3S. Rxd2 ReS 39. Nd3 KeS 40. Ne5 Re6 41. Kg2 Ng6 42. Kg3 Ke7

:it Bob Lambrecht (1291) tLarry Gray (878p) Torre Attack D03/6
1. d4 e6 2. NfJ d5 3. Bg5 Nf6 4. e3 e5 5. e3 Ne6 6. Bd3 Be7 7. Nbd2 exd4 S. exd4 0-0 9. 0-0 Qe7 10. ReI Nd7 11. Bxe7 Nxe7 12. Ng5 h6 13.

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Kgl Qd1+ 53. Kf2 Qe2+ 54. Kel Qxe5 55. Rxh6 d4 56. Rh5 d3 57. h4 Qe3+ 0:1 1. NfJ d5 2. d4 Bg4 3. Ne5 Bh5 4. e4 f6 5. NfJ e6 6. e3 c5 7. Be2 Ne7 S. 0-0 exd4 9. Nxd4 Bxe2 10. Qxe2 Qd7 11. exd5 Nxd5 12. Bd2 Ne6 13. Nxe6 Qxe6 14. ReI Qd7 15. Ne3 Be7 16. e4 Nb6 17. Rdl e5 IS. Bh6 Qe6 19. Bxg7 RgS 20. Qh5+ Qf7 21. Qxf7+ Kxf7 22. Bh6 Be5 23. Nd5 Bd4 24. Be3 Bxe3 25. Nxe3 RgdS 26. Nd5 Ne4 27. b3 Nd6 2S. fJ RaeS 29. Rd2 Nb5 30. Radl Nd4 31. Kf'2 Re5 32. Ne3 Rde8 33. Ne4 Ke7 34. h4 RdS 35. Rhl Ne6 36. RxdS KxdS 37. Rd1+ Ke7 38. g4 h6 39. Rd2 Nd4 40. Ke3 b5 41. Nb2 Re3+ 42. Rd3 Re2 43. Rd2 Rxd2 44. Kxd2 NxfJ+ 45. Ke3 Nxh4 46. a4 a6 47. as Ng6 4S. Nd3 Kd6 49. b4 Ne7 50. Nc5 Ne6 51. Nxa6 Kd7 52. Kd3 KeS 53. Kc3 Kb7 54. Nc5+ Ke8 55. Ne6 Kd7 56. Ng7 Ke7 57. Nf5+ Kf7 5S. Nxh6+ Kg6 59. Nf5 Kg5 60. Nd6 Kxg4 61. Nxb5 Kf4 62. a6 Kxe4 63. Ke4 f5 64. Kc5 f4 65. Kxe6 fJ 66. a7 f2 67. as=Q fl=Q 6S. Kb6+ Ke3 69. QaJ+ Kf4 70. Qa7 Qg1+ 71. Ka6 Qa1+ 72. Kb7 Qh1+ 73. Ke7 e4 74. Qf2+ Ke5 75. Qg3+ Kd5 76. Qd6+ Ke4 77. Qc5+ Kb3 7S. Nd4+ Kb2 79. Qe2+ Kal SO. Nb3# 1:0 .ft.Mike Seal (419) tFilip Stanek (1259) Queen Pawn Game DOO/1 1. d4 d5 2. e3 Bf5 3. NfJ Ne6 4. Bb5 a6 5. Bxe6+ bxe6 6. 0-0 Nf6 7. Nbd2 e6 S. Nb3 Bd6 9. NaS Qd7 10. e4 Bg4 11. c5 Be7 12. h3 Bh5 13. Qa4 BxfJ 14. gxf3 0-0 15. Qxe6 QeS 16. Kh2 Nd7 17. f4 RbS IS. Qa4 Bh4 19. Qe2 RaS 20. Ne6 Qb7 21. Ne5 Nxe5 22. fxe5 f6 23. exf6 Rxf6 24. f4 Raf8 25. Rgl Rf5 26. Bd2 e5 27. Rg4 g5 2S. Ragl KhS 29. Bel Bxel 30. Rxel h6 31. fxe5 Rf2+ 32. Rg2 Rxe2 33. Rxe2 e6 34. Ree2 Qf7 35. Rc3 Qfl 36. Rg2 Rf2 37. Rxf2 Qxf2+ 3S. Khl Qxb2 39. Rb3 Qxa2 40. Rb6 Qa4 41. Rb7 KgS 42. e6 Kf8 43. Kg2 Qe2+ 44. Kg3 Qe4 45. e7+ KeS 46. Rb6 Qxe3+ 47. Kg2 Qe2+ 48. Kg3 Kxe7 49. Rxe6 Qe3+ 50. Kg2 Qxd4 51. Rxa6 Qd2+ 52. .ft.Ben Dillon (1706) tPhilip Kasper (563) King's Gambit Declined

II

English Opening

A21/1

C30/1

1. e4 e5 2. f4 d6 3. NfJ Bg4 4. Be4 Nd7 5. d3 Qe7 6. Ne3 Ngf6 7. h3 BxfJ S. QxfJ 0-0-0 9. Be3 exf4 10. Qxf4 KbS 11. Nb5 Nb6 12. Bxb6 axb6 13. 0-0 Rd7 14. Ne3 Qe5 15. Rael e6 16. Qe3 Qc5 17. Rf5 Qxe3+ 18. Rxe3 d5 19. exd5 Be5 20. Kf2 ReS 21. Rf3 Bxe3+ 22. Rxe3 Rxe3 23. Kxe3 Nxd5+ 24. Bxd5 exd5 25. Kd4 Ke7 26. Nxd5+ Ke6 27. e4 b5 28. Ke3 bxe4 29. dxe4 Rd6 30. Ne7+ Kd7 31. Nf5 Rg6 32. Ne3 h533. b4 Rf6 34. a4 Rf2 35. c5 Re2 36. Kd4 Rb2 37. Ke3 Ra2 3S. as Ra3+ 39. Kd4 Rb3 40. Nd5 Rb2 41. g4 hxg4 42. hxg4 Ke6 43. Ke3 Rg2 44. Ne3 Rg3 45. Kd2 g6 46. Ne4 Kb5 47. Nd6+ Kxb4 4S. Nxb7 Kb5 49. Nd6+ KxaS 50. Nxf7 Rxg4 51. Ne5 Rg5 52. Nd3 Kb5 53. Ke3 Rg3+ 54. Kd4 Rxd3+ 55. Kxd3 Kxe5 56. Ke4 Kd6 57. Kf4 Ke6 58. Kg5 Kf7 59. Kg4 Kf6 60. Kf4 Yz:Yz .ft.Stephen Cates (189) t David Kennett (1603) Italian Game C54/3 1. e4 e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. Be4 Be5 4. e3 Nf6 5. d4 exd4 6. exd4 Bb4+ 7. Ne3 Nxe4 S. 0-0 Bxc3 9. bxe3 d5 10. ReI 0-0 11. Bd3 ReS 12. Bxe4 dxe4 13. Ng5 Bf5 14. Qb3 Qd7 15. Qxb7 RabS 16. Qa6 Rb6 17. Qe2 h6 IS. NfJ RebS 19. Nd2 ReS 20. Ne4 RbbS 21. Bf4 Bg4 22. Qe3 Be6 23. Ne5 Nxe5 24. Bxe5 f5 25. Qg3 Rb7 26. a3 Rf8 27. h4 Be4 2S. Bf4 Kh7 29. h5 Qf7 30. Be5 Bd3 31. Re3 RgS 32. Qh4 e6 33. Bf4 Rb3 34. e4 Qxe4 35. Rg3 Qxd4 36. Rdl RxaJ 37. Rg6 Qd7 3S. Rd6 Qb7 39. Qh3 QeS 40. Qh4 Qf8 41. Rxe6 Rb3 42. Ral Rb7 43. Ra5 a6 44. Qh3 Bb5 45. Re5 Qxe5 46. Ra3 Be6 47. Qg3 And Black won. 0:1 .ft.Lee Bartow (361) tDavid Swenson (079)

1. e4 e5 2. Ne3 e6 3. NfJ d6 4. d4 Nd7 5. b3 f5 6. Bg5 Be7 7. Qd2 h6 S. Bxe7 Qxe7 9. d5 Nc5 10. Qe2 Qf6 11. e3 g5 12. Be2 Ne7 13. Nd2 as 14. a4 e4 15. Bh5+ KdS 16. 0-0 g4 17. dxe6 bxe6 IS. Ne2 Nd3 19. Qe3 Qxe3 20. Nxe3 Be6 21. Ne2 RgS 22. Ng3 d5 23. exd5 exd5 24. Nbl f425. Ne2 Rg5 26. Nd4 Kd7 27. Bxg4 Bxg4 2S. fJ exfJ 29. NxfJ BxfJ 30. Rxf3 fxe3 31. Rxe3 Nf4 32. Ra2 Nf5 33. Rf3 Rg4 34. Raf2 Nd4 35. Rg3 Nfe2+ 36. Rxe2 Nxe2+ 37. Kf2 Nxg3 3S. hxg3 Rf8+ 39. Ke3 0:1 ROUND 4 .ft.Andrew Pierce (314) tJeff Pinson (1105) Spanish Opening C87/7 1. e4 e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. Bb5 d6 4. 0-0 Bd7 5. e3 Nf6 6. ReI Be7 7. d4 0-0 S. Nbd2 a6 9. Ba4 b5 10. Be2 ReS 11. d5 NaS 12. aJ e5 13. Bd3 e4 14. Be2 Bg4 15. Nfl Nd7 16. Be3 Ne5 17. h3 Bh5 IS. Bxe5 dxc5 19. g4 Bg6 20. Nxe5 Rf8 21. Nxg6 fxg6 22. Qe2 Bh4 23. Ng3 Rf7 24. Rf1 Qd7 25. Kg2 Raf8 26. fJ Qd6 27. Qel Qf4 2S. Qf2 h5 29. Ne2 Bxf2 30. Nxf4 Rxf4 31. Rxf2 bxg4 32. hxg4 Nb7 33. e5 g5 34. Bg6 RdS 35. Rdl Kf8 36. e6 Rd6 37. Re2 Ke7 3S. Bf7 Rf6 39. Re5 NdS 40. Rxg5 Nxf7 41. Rxg7 Rfxe6 42. Rxf7+ Kxf7 43. dxe6+ Rxe6 44. Rd2 ReI 45. Rf2 as 46. g5 Kg6 47. f4 Ral 4S. Kg3 Ra2 49. f5+ Kf7 50. f6 b4 51. g6+ Kf8 52. f7 bxa3 53. g7+ Kxg7 54. f8=Q+ Kg6 55. Rf6+ Kg5 56. Qh6# 1:0 .ft.Kevin Fyr (1304) tDwayne Crayton (412) Scotch Opening C45/1 1. e4 e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nxd4 5. Qxd4 d6 6. Ne3 Nf6 7. Bg5 Be7 S. Be2 0-0 9. 0-0 Bd7 10. Radl Be6 11. BfJ Nd7 12. Bxe7 Qxe7 13. Rfel Qg5 14. Re3 Ne5 15. Be2 QdS 16. f4 Ng6 17. Rg3 f6 IS. Rf1 Be8 19. b3 Ne7 20. Be4+ KhS 21. Rff3 Ne6 22. Qd3 Nb4 23. Qd2

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a6 24. Rb3 b5 25. Rxh7+ Kxh7 26. Rb3+ Bh5 27. Rxh5+ Kg6 28. f5+ Kxh5 29. Be2+ Kh4 30. g3+ Kh3 31. Bfl+ Kg4 32. Qf4+ 1:0 ft Scott Day (1250) t Larry Gray (878p) King's Indian Attack AOO/5 1. d3 e6 2. NfJ d5 3. g3 e5 4. Bg2 Nf6 5. Bg5 Be7 6. 0-0 0-0 7. Nbd2 Ne6 8. Bxf6 Bxf6 9. RbI Qe7 10. e4 dxe4 11. Nxe4 b5 12. Ned2 Bb7 13. Ne4 Be7 14. Rc1 Ne5 15. Nfd2 Bxe4 . 16. Bxe4 Rad8 17. Qb3 Rb8 18. Qe2 Nd7 19. d4 Nf6 20. Bg2 Rfe8 21. dxe5 Bxe5 22. e3 Qd7 23. Ne4 Be7 24. Qb1 Rxe1 25. Rxe1 Nxe4 26. Bxe4 f5 27. Be6 Qd2 28. b4 Qxb4 29. Qxb4 Bxb4 30. RbI as 31. Rb3 Rb6 32. Bd7 Kf7 33. a3 Bd6 34. Bxb5 Ke7 35. a4 Bb4 36. Kf1 g5 37. Rd3 Rd6 38. Ke2 Rxd3 39. Bxd3 Kf6 40. h3 h5 41. fJ Bd6 42. g4 fxg4 43. fxg4 h4 44. Kf3 Ke5 45. Be4 Be7 46. Bb3 Be5 47. Be4 Bb6 48. Bb3 Kd6 49. Ke4 Bd8 YZ:YZ ftPhilip Kasper (1563) t Charles Higgins (1704) Scandinavian Defense B01/10 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Ne3 Qd8 4. NfJ Bg4 5. Be2 Nf6.6. Ne5 Bxe2 7. Qxe2 a6 8. 0-0 e6 9.rd3 Be7 10. BgS 0-0 11. QfJ e6 12. Ne4 Nbd7 13. Rfe1 Bb4 14. a3 Bxe3 15. bxc3 Qe7 16. Bf4 Qd8 17. Ne5 Nd5 18. Nxd7 Qxd7 19. e4 Nxf4 20. Qxf4 b5 21. h3 Rfd8 22. Re3 Qd6 23. Qxd6 Rxd6 24. e3 Rd7 25. e5 Rad8 26. d4 Rd5 27. f4 g6 28. g4 Rb8 29. Re5 as 30. Rxd5 exd5 31. Kf2 Kf8 32. Rd1 b4 33. exb4 axb4 34. axb4 Rxb4 35. Rd3 Rb7 36. Kf3 f6 37. h4 h6 38. Ra3 Kf7 39. Re3 YZ:YZ ftDavid Carter (1341) tJeremy Fazli (1597) French Defense C02/7 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 e5 4. e3 Ne6 5. NfJ Nge7 6. Be3 Nf5 7. Bd3 Nxe3 8. fxe3 Qb6 9. Qe2 Bd7 10. 0-0 Be7 11. Rf2 Re8 12. Nbd2 exd4 13. exd4 Nb4 14. Qb1 Nxd3 15. Qxd3 Qxb2 16. RbI Qxe3 17. Qxe3 Rxc3 18.

Rxb7 Ra3 19. Rb8+ Bd8 20. NgS 0-0 21. Nxf7 Bb6 22. Nh6+ gxh6 23. Rfxf8+ Kg7 24. Rg8+ Kf7 25. Nb3 Rxa2 26. Ne5 Bb5 27. Rb8 Rd2 28. Rb7+ Kg6 29. g4 Kg5 30. Rbxh7 Kxg4 31. Rxh6 Rxd4 32. h3+ Kf3 33. Rf6+ Ke2 34. Rf2+ Ke1 35. Rxb6 axb6 36. Nxe6 Rd3 37. Rb2 Bd7 38. Rb1+ Kd2 39. Rxb6 Rxh3 40. Nf4 Rg3+ 41. Kf2 RgS 42. e6 Ba4 43. e7 Rf5 44. Kg3 Ke3 45. Re6+ Kd2 46. e8=Q Bxe8 47. Rxe8 Ke3 48. Re3+ Kd4 49. Rd3+ Ke4 50. Ra3 Rg5+ 51. Kh4 Kxf4 52. Ra4+ Kf5 53. Rd4 Kf6 54. Rg4 Rf5 55. Rd4 Ke5 56. Rd2 d4 57. Kh3 Ke4 58. Rb2 0:1 ftJim Ramp (1347) tNick Patterson (1010) French Defense C0217 1. d4 e6 2. e4 d5 3. e5 e5 4. e3 Ne6 5. Bb5 Bd7 6. NfJ Nxe5 7. Nxe5 Bxb5 8. Qh5 g6 9. QfJ Qf6 10. Qxf6 Nxf6 11. BgS Nd7 12. Nxd7 Bxd7 13. 0-0 Bd6 14. Nd2 Re8 15. Bf6 Rg8 16. NfJ Be7 17• .Re5 f6 18. Bg3 Kf7 19. Rfe1 exd4 20. Nxd4 e5 21. NfJ Ke6 22. Rad1 Be6 23. Nd2 Bd6 24. Nfl f5 25. fJ Be5+ 26. Bf2 Bxf2+ 27. Kxf2 e4 28. Ne3 Rgd8 29. Ne2 Re7 30. Nd4+ Kf6 31. f4 a6 32. Ke3 Bb5 33. h3 h5 34. Rg1 Bd7 35. Ne2 Ba4 36. ReI Bxe2 37. Rxe2 Re4 [37 ... ed4+] 38. Rd1 Ke6 39. Rd4 Rxd4 40. exd4 Kd6 41. g4 Rb8 42. gxf5 gxf5 43. Rg2 Ke6 44. Rg6+ Ke7 45. Rg7+ Ke6 46. Rxb7 Rg8 47. Rb6+ Ke7 48. Kf2 h4 Yz:Yz ft Stephen Cates (1189) tEric Brown (1099) Caro-Kann Defense B13/2 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. exd5 exd5 4. Bd3 Nf6 5. Bf4 Ne6 6. c3 e6 7. Nd2 Bd6 8. Bg3 Qe7 9. NgfJ h6 10. Ne5 as 11. N dfJ 0-0 12. Qe2 Qe7 13. 0-0 Bd7 14. Rfel Rfe8 15. Bh4 Qd8 16. Bh7+ Kf8 17. Bd3 Nb4 18. Qd2 Nxd3 19. Qxd3 Be7 20. Nxd7+ Qxd7 21. Ne5 Qe8 22. Re3 Kg8 23. Bxf6 Bxf6 24. Rg3 Bg5 25. NfJ Qe7 26. Nxg5 hxgS 27. Rb3 f6 28. Qh7+ Kf7 29. Qh5+ Kg8 30. ReI b5 31. Ree3 b4 32. RefJ a4 33. Qh7+ Kf7 34.

Qh5+ Kg8 35. Qg6 a3 36. b3 bxe3 37. Rxe3 Qb4 38. Qe2 Rxe3 39. Qxc3 Qxc3 40. Rxe3 Kf7 41. Kf1 Kg6 42. g4 Re8 43. Re3 e5 44. Ke2 Kf7 45. h3 exd4 46. Rxe8 Kxe8 47. Kd3 Kd7 48. Kxd4 Ke6 49. b4 Kb5 50. Kxd5 Kxb4 51. Kd4 g6 52. fJ f5 53. gxf5 gxf5 54. Kd3 f4 55. Kd4 Kb5 56. Ke3 Ke5 57. Kd3 Kd5 58. Ke3 Ke5 59. Ke4 Ke6 60. Kd4 Kf6 61. Kd5 Kg6 62. Kd4 Kh5 63. Kd3 Kh4 64. Ke2 Kg3 65. Kd3 Kxf3 66. Ke3 Ke3 67. Kb3 fJ 68. Kxa3 f2 69. Ka4 fl =Q 70. h4 gxh4 71. a3 Ke4 72. Ka5 Ke5 73. Ka4 Kd5 74. Ka5 Ke5 75. a4 Kd5 76. Kb6 Ke4 77. Ka5 Qf5+ 78. Kb6 Kb4 79. as QxaS+ 80. Ke6 Ke4 81. Kb7 Kb5 82. Ke8 Ke6 83. Kb8 Qb6+ 84. Ka8 Qb7# 0:1 ftWilliam Fowler (1105) t Barry Holmgren (1329) Dutch Defense A80/1 1. d4 f5 2. e3 g6 3. Bd3 d5 4. f4 Nf6 5. Nd2 Bg7 6. NgfJ 0-0 7. b3 Ne6 8. Ba3 a6 9. Ne5 Nxe5 10. fxe5 Ng4 11. Qe2 Bh6 12. Nfl e6 13. 0-0-0 QaS 14. Kb2 Bg7 15. Bxe7 Re8 16. h3 Nxe5 17. Qd2 Nxd3+ 18. Kb1 Qxd2 19. Rxd2 Rxe7 20. Rxd3 f4 21. exf4 Re1+ 22. Kb2 c5 23. c3 exd4 24. exd4 Bf5 25. Rd2 Rb1+ 26. Ke3 Re8+ 27. Kb4 B18+ 28. Ka5 Re2 29. Rxe2 Bxe2 30. Ng3 Rb2 31. Ra1 Bg7 32. Ne2 Bd3 33. Ne3 Bxd4 34. Nxd5 Kf7 35. g4 Ke6 36. Nb4 Bb5 37. Re1+ Kd6 38. Rd1 b6# 0:1 ft Kevin Huse (UNR) tJesse Bloomer (1096) Torre Attack D03/4 1. d4 d5 2. NfJ Nf6 3. BgS e6 4. Nbd2 Be7 5. e3 Nbd7 6. Bd3 h6 7. Bxf6 Bxf6 8. e3 e5 9. dxe5 Bxc5 10. Qb3 e6 11. Qe2 0-0 12. 0-0 Bd6 13. e4 dxe4 14. Nxe4 Ne5 15. Nxe5 Bxe5 16. Rad1 Qf6 17. Rfe1 Bg4 18. Be4 Rfe8 19. Rd2 Bill 20. gxf3 Rad8 21. Rde2 g6 22. b4 Bd6 23. f4 Bxf4 24. fJ b5 25. Bxg6 Rxe2 26. Rxe2 fxg6 27. h4 Kg7 28. Rg2 Be3+ 29. Kf1 Qill+ 30. Ke1 Rd1+ 31. Qxd1 Qxg2 32. Qd7+ Kh6 33. Kd1 Qd5+ 34. Qxd5 exd5 35. Ke2 d4 36. e4 gS

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0:1 .ft.Jerry Thomas (1580) tRandy Medsker (1389) Queen's Gambit D12/4 1. d4 d5 2. e4 e6 3. Ne3 Bf5 4. e3 e6 5. Nf3 Nf6 6. Bd3 Bg6 7. exd5 exd5 S. Bxg6 hxg6 9. Qe2 Nbd7 10. Bd2 b5 11. a3 Bd6 12. b4 Qe7 13. g3 Nb6 14. Kdl Ne4 15. Kc1 16. Kbl axb4 [17. axb4 Rxal+ 18. Kxal Qa7+ 19. Kbl?? (19. Na2) 19.... Na3+] 0:1

37. Rxe7 Re6 3S. Ke2 Rd6 39. g3 b5 40. h4 b4 41. Re3 Kd7 42. Rb3 Rb6 43. Kd3 Kd6 44. Ke4 Ke5 45. Re3+ Kd6 46. f3 YZ:YZ .ft.Dave Konnert (1324) t Adam Reveal (1133) Spanish Opening C90/1 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Ne6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. 0-0 Be7 6. ReI 0-0 7. e3 b5 S. Be2 d6 9. h3 Be6 10. d4 exd4 11. exd4 d5 12. e5 Nd7 13. Qd3 g6 14. a3 Bf5 15. Qe3 Bxe2 16. Qxe2 NaS 17. Ne3 Nb6 IS. Bd2 Nbe4 19. Bh6 ReS 20. b3 Nxa3 21. Qb2 b4 22. Ne2 e6 23. Nf4 Nb5 24. Nd3 Nb7 25. Ne5 Nxe5 26. dxe5 Bxe5 27. e6 d4 2S. exf7+ Kxf7 29. Ne5+ KgS 30. Nxe6 Qe7 31. NaS Rxe1+ 32. Rxel QxaS 33. Re5 Qe7 34. Qe2 Bf8 35. Bg5 Qf7 36. Qe4 ReS 37. h4 Qxb3 3S. Qg4 Re7 39. h5 Qf7 40. Re4 Re2 41. Rf4 ReI + 42. Kh2 Bd6 43. hxg6 Qxg6 44. Qg3 Bxf4 45. Qxf4 Qh5+ 46. Kg3 Re3+ 47. f3 b3 4S. Be7 Qf7 49. QbS+ Kg7 50. Qe5+ KgS 51. QbS+ ReS 52. QxeS+ Kg7 53. Qe5 Qg6+ 54. Kh3 b2 55. Qe5+ Kf7 56. Bb4 Qf6 57. Qh5+ Kg7 5S. Qg4+ Kf7 59. Qh5+ Ke6 60. Qg4+ Kd5 61. Qe4+ Ke4 62. Qel Qf5+ 63. Kg3 bl=Q 0:1 .ft.Hans Herr (1673) t Ben Dillon (1706) Spanish Opening C89/1 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Ne6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. 0-0 b5 6. Bb3 Be7 7. ReI 0-0 S. e3 Bb7 9. d4 d6 10. Nbd2 Qd7 11. Nfl RadS 12. a4 exd4 13. exd4 Nb4 14. d5 e6 15. axb5 axb5 16. dxe6 Qxe6 17. Ng3 RfeS IS. Bg5 h6 19. Bxh6 gxh6 20. Qd2 d5 21. Nf5 Nxe4 22. Nxe7+ Rxe7 23. Qxb4 RdeS 24. Reel Qb6 25. Rfl Ng5 26. Nd4 KhS 27. Nf5 Re4 2S. Qd6 R4e6 29. Qxb6 Rxb6 30. Rfdl Re5 31. Nd4 Ne6 32. Nf3 Re2 33. Rd2 Rxd2 34. Nxd2 Nd4 35. Bdl Re6 36. Bg4 f5 37. Bh3 Re5 3S. g3 f4 39. Bg2 fxg3 40. hxg3 Ne2 41. Ra7 Be6 42. Re7 Re1+ 43. Kh2 Nd4 44. Nb3 Nxb3 45. Rxe6 d4 46. Rxh6+ Kg7 47. Rd6 Re2 4S. Kgl Rxb2 49. Be6 b4 50. Rd5 Rd2 51. Rb5 d3 52. Rxb4 Rb2 53. Bf3 Rb1+

54. Kg2 d2 55. Be2 Re156. 57. Bdl YZ:YZ .ft.Jesse Bloomer (1096) tLee Bartow (1361) Colle System A48/2

Kf3 Nel

as

.ft. ernon Dudley (990) V tLee Bartow (1361) Pirc Defense B07/6 1. d4 Nf6 2. Ne3 g6 3. e4 d6 4. Be4 Bg7 5. Qf3 e6 6. Nh3 e6 7. e5 dxe5 S. dxe5 Nd5 9. Ng5 0-0 10. Nxh7 Kxh7 11. Qh3+ KgS 12. 0-0 Bxe5 13. Nxd5 exd5 14. Bd3 f5 15. Qh6 Qf6 16. f4 Bd4+ 17. Khl Qg7 IS. Qg5 Nd7 19. Rf3 Bf6 20. Qg3 Kf7 21. c3 RhS 22. Bd2 Ne5 23. ReI Bh4 0:1 .ft.Filip Stanek (1259) tMark Neff (1665) Queen's Gambit D53/16 1. d4 d5 2. e4 e6 ,3. Ne3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. Nf3 Nbd7 6. e3 e6 7. b3 h6 S. Bh4 0-0 9. Kd2 QaS 10. e5 Ne4+ 11. Kel Qxc3+ 12. Kbl Bxh4 13. Nxh4 Nd2+ 0:1 .ft.Bill Stanley (1499) t Nathaniel Boggs (1247) Dutch Defense A80/10 1. d4 f5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Bg5 g6 4. Bxf6 exf6 5. d5 Bc5 6. e3 d6 7. c3 Nd7 S. a4 9. Nd4 Ne5 10. Bb5+ Kf7 11. Nd2 Bxd4 12. exd4 Nd7 13. 0-0 Nb6 14. Qf3 Bd7 15. Rfel Bxb5 16. axb5 ReS 17. b3 Re7 IS. Re2 Rxe2 19.' Qxe2 QeS 20. QxeS+ RxeS 21. e4 Re2 22. Nf3 Rb2 23. Kf1 Rxb3 24. e5 Nxd5 25. RxaS dxc5 26. dxc5 b6 27. exb6 exb6 2S. Ra7+ KgS 29. Nd4 Rb4 30. RaS+ Kf7 31. Ra7+ KeS 32. RaS+ Kd7 33. Ra7+ KeS 34. Ne6 Rxb5 35. Rxh7 Rc5 36. Ne7+ Nxe7

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 3. e3 Bg7 4. Bd3 0-05. Nbd2 d6 6. 0-0 ReS 7. ReI e5 S. e4 Nh5 9. d5 e6 10. e4 Nf4 11. Qe2 Qe7 12. b3 g5 13. h3 h5 14. Nfl g4 15. hxg4 hxg4 16. N3h2 Bh6 17. g3 Nh3+ IS. Kg2 Qf6 19. Bxh6 Qxh6 20. Ne3 Ng5 21. Be2 Qh3+ 22. Kgl Kg7 23. Nexg4 RhS 24. Qd2 Kg6 25. f4 Nxe4 26. Bd3 f5 27. Bxe4 fxe4 2S. Rxe4 Bxg4 29. fxe5 Nd7 30. Rxg4+ Kf7 31. e6+ Ke7 32. Rg7+ KdS 33. Rxd7+ KeS 34. Qf2 Rf8 35. Qe2 Qxg3+ 36. Qg2 Qe3+ 37. Khl RdS 3S. Qg6+ Rf7 39. Qxf7# 1:0 ROUND 5 .ft.Mark Neff (1665) t Eric Brown (1089) Queen's Gambit D12/2 1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 d5 3. Ne3 e6 4. e3 Bf5 5. Nf3 e6 6. a3 Bd6 7. e5 Be7 S. b4 Nbd7 9. Bb2 0-0 10. Ne2 Bg4 11. Ne5 Bxe2 12. Bxe2 QbS 13. f4 Ne4?? 14. Nxd7 QdS 15. Nxf8 Kxf8 16. 0-0 BbS 17. Bd3 Qe7 IS. Bxe4 dxe4 19. Qh5 1:0 .ft.Jeff Pinson (1105) tJim Ramp (1347) French Defense COO/4

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42. dxc5 dxe5 43., Rxd5 Re4 44. a3 exb4 45. axb4 Ne3+ 46. Kb3 N xd5 47. Kxe4 Nxb4 0:1

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1. d4 d5 2. NfJ Nf6 3. Bg5 b6 4. Bxf6 exf6 5. e3 a6 6. Bd3 Ne6 7. c3 Bd6 S. Nbd2 g6 9. Qb3 Ne7 10. e4 e6 11. c5 Be7 12. 0-0-0 f5 13. Qe2 Ba5 14. Nb3 Bb4 15. aJ BxeS 16. Nxe5 b6 17. Nb3 b5 IS. Ne5 f4 19.' exf4 Qd6 20. Qd2 0-0 21. b4 Bg4 22. Ne5 f6 23. Nxg4 f5 24. Nxh6+ Kh7 25. Nxf5 gxf5 26. Rbe1 Kg6 27. Re6+ Qxe6 And white eventually won. 1:0

Nf4 24. Qe4 Re2 2S. g3 Qb3 26. Rg1 RfeS 27. gxf4 Rxd2 28. Nxd2 Re2 29. Qxe2 QeS 30. Qe7 QgS 31. Rae1 QdS+ 32. Rg2 g6 33. Qxf6+ KgS 1:0

Qe1+ 3S. Kh2 QxaJ 39. Ne4+ Kf8 40. QbS+ Kg7 41. QeS+ Kf8 42. Qb8+ Ke7 43. Qc7+ Kf8 44. QbS+ Kg7 4S. Qe5+ Yz:Yz

itJerry Thomas (1580) iKevin Fyr (1304) King's Indian Defense
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Ne3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 S. NfJ Bg4 6. Be3 0-0 7. Be2 Nbd7 8. b3 Bxf3 9. Bxf3 b6 10. e5 dxe5 11. BxaS exd4 12. Bxd4 Qxa8 13. 0-0 eS 14. Bxf6 Nxf6 IS. Qe2 Qd8 16. Rad1 Qe7 17. Rd3 Rd8 18. Rfd1 Rxd3 19. Qxd3 Bb6 20. Qd8+ Qxd8 21. Rxd8+ Kg7 22. NdS Bel 23. Nxf6 Kxf6 24. b3 Bf4 25. Rd7 a5 26. Rb7 Bd2 27. Rxb6+ Ke5 28. Kf1 bS 29. RbS e6 30. Rd8 Bb4 31. Rd7 rs 32. Ke2 Kf6 33. b4 f4 34. g3 gS 3S. Kf3 Bel 36. bxgS+ KxgS 37. gxf4+ KfS 38. Rd1 Be3 39. RbI Kg6 40. Ke4 Bd4 41. fJ Bf6 42. Rg1+ Kh6 43. rs exfS+ 44. KxfS Bd4 4S. Rg6+ Kh7 46. KgS b4 47. Rb6+ Kg7 48. Rxh4 Bf6+ 49. Kh5 Bxh4 50. Kxh4 Kf6 sr, Kg4 Kg6 52. Kf4 Kf6 53. Ke4 Ke6 S4. f4 Kf6 1:0

it Larry Gray (858p) iLee Bartow (1361) Colle System DOO/3

it David Carter (1341) i Steven Cates (1189) King's Indian Defense
1. d4 Nf6 2. e4 g6 3. Ne3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. fJ 0-0 6. Be3 e5 7. d5 Nb5 S. Qd2 a5 9. Nge2 Nd7 10. g4 Nbf6 11. b4 Ne5 12. Bb3 Bd7 13. 0-0-0 QeS 14. b5 Ba4 15. Rdg1 Bb3 16. Bxc5 dxe5 17. axb3 RdS IS. bxg6 fxg6 19. g5 Nb5 20. Bg4 e6 21. Qe3 b6 22. dxe6 Qxe6 23. Nd5 RfeS 24. Bxh5 gxh5 25. Ng3 a4 26. Nf5 Kf8 27. Rxh5 axb3 2S. Qxb3 RaS 29. Rgb1 Ra6 30. Rxh7 Ra7 Qxb6 Qa4 32. Qb5 Qxb5 33. exb5 e4 34. b6 Ra1+ 35. Ke2 Rxh1 36. Rxh1 RbS 37. Ne7 Kf7 3S. Rb7 RgS 39. Nxg7 Kg6 40. Rb6+ Kf7 41. NeeS RxeS 42. NxeS KxeS 43. Re6 KdS 44. b7 c3 4S. bS=Q+ Ke7 46. Qb7+ KdS 47. ReS# 1:0

1. d4 Nf6 2. e3 dS 3. Bd3 es 4. e3 e6 S. Nd2 Ne6 6. f4 Bd6 7. NgfJ Bd7 8. 0-0 Ng4 9. Qe2 Ne7 10. Ne5 Nxe5 11. fxe5 Be7 12. e4 Be6 13. exdS QxdS 14. Be4 Qd7 IS. Bxe6 Qxc6 16. NfJ NfS 17. Qf2 0-0-0 18. Be3 Nxe3 19. Qxe3 Bb6 20. Rae1 RdgS 21. Qf4 Qe8 22. Rfd1 e4 23. Kh1 Qe7 24. b4 exb3 2S. axb3 gS 26. Qe4 g4 27. Nd2 bS 28. Nc4 b4 29. Nd6+ KbS 30. Rf1 g3 31. Rxf7 Qxf7 32. Nxf7 RbS 33. Nd6 Rg7 34. Rf1 a6 3S. Rf8+ Ka7 36. Qf4 gxh2 37. Ra8+ KxaS 38. Qf8+ 1:0

it Ben Dillon (1706) tEdwin Harris (1720) Irregular French COO/13
1. e4 e6 2. d4 g6 3. NfJ Bg7 4. Nc3 Ne7 S. Be2 e6 6. 0-0 dS 7. e5 0-0 S. ReI Nd7 9. Bfl b6 10. a4 Kh7 11. RaJ RbS 12. b4 a6 13. Qd3 NfS 14. b5 Bf8 IS. bxc6 bxc6 16. Ra2 cs 17. BaJ Qe7 IS. g4 Ne7 19. RbI cxd4 20. Bxe7 Bxe7 21. Qxd4 Kg7 22. NxdS exdS 23. e6+ Nf6 24. exf7 Bxg4 2S. Be2 BcS 26. f8=Q+ Rbxf8 27. Bxa6 Rxa6 0:1

it Filip Stanek (1259) i Bill Stanley (1499) Caro-Kann Defense
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1. e4 c5 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 S. Ne3 a6 6. Be2 e6 7. Be3 Be7 S. 0-0 0-0 9. a3 Ne6 10. Bd3 Qe7 11. b3 Bd7 12. Rel Ne5 13. f4 Nc4 14. Bxe4 Qxe4 15. e5 dxe5 16. fxe5 Nd5 17. NxdS QxdS 18. QfJ Qxe5 19. c3 Rae8 20. Reel Qe7 21. Bf4 Qb6 22. Rf2 BbS 23. Qg3 Rfd8 24. Bb6 Bf8 2S. Kh1 g6 26. Bxf8 Rxf8 27. Rf6 Be4 28. b4 Qxb2 29. b5 Qd2 30. bxg6 Qb6+ 31. Kg1 bxg6 32. Nxe6 Rc6 33. Nxf8 Rxf6 34. Nd7 Re6 3S. Rxe6 Bxe6 36. Nf6+ Kg7 37. Qe5

it Thurston Hunt i Steve Kalas Pirc Defense B08/2

it Adam Reveal (1133) iAndrew Pierce (1314) King's Gambit C34/1

1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. NfJ Bc5 4. Be4 d6 S. d4 Bb6 6. Bxf4 Nf6 7. e5 dxe!!! S. Bxe5 Ne6 9. e3 0-0 10. 0-0 NdS 11. Qd3 Be6 12. Nbd2 Nxe5 13. NxeS Qd6 14. Kh1 f6 IS. Ne4 Qe7 16. NfJ Kh8 17. Bb3 Nf4 18. Qe3 Bxb3 19. axb3 NdS 20. Qd3 Rae8 21. Ned2 Qf7 22. NgS QbS 23. NgfJ

1. e4 d6 2. d4 Nf6 3. Nc3 g6 4. BgS Bg7 S. NfJ es 6. dxcS Qa5 7. exd6 Nxe4 S. Bb5+ Bd7 9. Bxd7+ Nxd7 10. Bd2 Nxc3 11. Bxc3 Bxe3+ 12. bxc3 Qxe3+ 13. Nd2 exd6 14. Qe2+ Ne5 IS. f4 Qxa1+ 16. Kf2 Qd4+ 17. Kg3 Qe3+ IS. Kf2 0-0 19. fxeS RfeS 20. Ne4 Qd4+ 21. Kg3 Qxe5+ 22. Kf3 QfS+ 0:1

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HOOSIERS IN THE LAND OF LINCOLN
CHAMPIONSHIP Bloomington, IL; June 21, 1997

u.s. G/I0

by Les Kistler
Due to job and family responsibilities, I rarely play chess outside Indiana, so when the U.S. G/I0 Championship was scheduled for one of my. free weekends, I jumped at the chance to play. Harold Henderson and I sometimes take chess "road trips" together, and we thought it would be fun to travel to Illinois for this event. Two of my chess students at Penn High School (newcomers Jeff Pinson and Kevin Fyr) wanted to join us, so a total of four Hoosiers attended. Since Harold has relatives in central Illinois, he is familiar with the Interstate routes, so I agreed to let him navigate. I am not a morning person, so the idea of getting up before the crack of noon is loathsome, but in order to get to Bloomington on time, we would need to allow about 3 to 3112 hours of driving time after picking up Harold in LaPorte. Jeff Pinson and Kevin Fyr joined the USCF only a few months ago, and since then they've been faithfully attending the South Bend Chess Club and making numerous forays to rated tournaments in Chesterton and Middlebury. This tournament would be a novelty compared to anything else they'd experienced before. Only a true chess nut gets up at 5:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning, but Jeff and Kevin were ready for it. On the long trip down, Jeff slumped over for a nap while Kevin listened to his portable CD player to shut out the bad jokes and constant banter coming from Harold and me in

the front seat. Weather forecasts predicted rain, but I was unprepared for the downpour which threatened to float us off the Indiana Toll Road. Although rain showers and road constructions slowed us down somewhat, I managed to make up lost time south of Chicago with judicious(?) use of the accelerator. After pulling out of the bad weather, we were greeted with high humidity and temperatures in the 90s. The tournament was held at Illinois Wesleyan University, a pleasant campus setting. The tournament director was Garrett Scott, an amiable gentleman who looked a bit like Santa Claus' slimmer brother. We hoped to find some relief from the heat and high humidity indoors, but after getting registered we learned that the air conditioning was out of order, so we would have to sweat it out through eight rounds. Several large box fans were brought in and placed near the playing area, with one of them close to Board 1. The comfort of having a large fan nearby was incentive for everyone to keep winning to get up to top board. A quick glance at the wall chart before the first round gave me reason for rejoicing--I was the third highest rated player in the tournament at 2101 (quick chess rating). "Must be a weak tournament if I'm #3," I quipped to Harold. Inwardly I was shuddering because being high rated also makes you a tempting target for bloodthirsty low-rated players, especially underrated little kids who want to whomp you. Ahead of me on the wall chart were Alan Watson (2248) and David Mote (2180). Watson writes frequently for the Illinois Chess Bulletin, and occasionally for Chess Life. He also co-authored (with Eric Schiller) the biography about Bill Colias.

Mote is a former Hoosier whom we see in Chicago every February at the Midwest Amateur Team Championship, playing on a team with the Fort Wayne boys. Behind me in the field were three more experts (including 16-year old Tom Hartwig from Michigan, an occasional visitor to Chesterton tournaments), a few A-players, and a lot of young kids. Harold was ranked somewhere around #11 with a quick chess rating in the 1700s. Since the tournament had only 47 players, we figured the low turnout was due to the Rose Hulman tournament in Terre Haute and a big-money event in Chicago being played this day. Before the start of the first round, Mr. Scott announced that the. US Junior Championship would be held during the upcoming week on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan, and the drawing of lots would occur in our playing area just before the start of round 8. I picked up a souvenir booklet of the US Junior tournament with photos and biographical sketches of the participants. Throughout our tournament, we frequently saw the US Junior players around, playing skittles and trying to stay comfortable like us. The top junior players in the country are often featured in Chess Life, but I didn't even recognize them at first because they look like ordinary teenagers. I suppose I was expecting strong junior chessplayers to have an aura about them (like Fischer?), but that wasn't the case. This time limit seemed to erase the rating difference in many games. It might have been the heat and high humidity, but I felt like Iwas constantly hanging on by my fingertips against lower-rated players. For example, in round 1, it took me forever to get any advantage against a 1300-rated player who

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transposed me into an opening I never play with black. Then in round 2, I had a superior position (and also more clock time) against Illinois player Dale Elder (1670), but I bungled it and had to give him a draw. Harold's play suffered also. He ended up drawing with some C-players in this tournament. After finishing each round, there was a leisurely gap of about 30 minutes while the tournament director made the pairings for the next round. That enabled Harold and me to sit down with pen and paper to reconstruct these games before they were gone and forgotten forever. In the games that follow, we are reasonably sure about the moves, but there may be some transpositions in a few of these games. If you put these games under your analytical microscope, you will most certainly find them riddled with mistakes. Harold recorded only one game which he thought was worthy of inclusion in this article.

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19. BdS?! Be6 20. B:e6 Q:e6 21. d7 f6? While we were writing down this game after the round, I pointed out to Harold that Black can simply dispose of the nasty pawn with 21. ... Bd4+. 22. ReI Qf7 23. ReS+ R:eS 24. de=Q+ Q:eS 2S. QdS+ Qf7 26. Q:f7+. K:f7 27. Be3 b6 2S. Rdl Ke6, and BLACK WON (0-1). Harold eventually finished the tournament with a score of 5-3, losing this one game, but drawing foun l) others. One of his draws was with Hartwig. My round 3 game had its share of slapstick.
W: B:

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20. B:g4 hg 21. Rgl Not 21. R:g4?? Qh5+. 21. ... g3+! 22. fg 0 23. d4 Nd7 24. de N:eS 25. Q:d6? f2! 26. Rfl NO+ 27.. Kg2 N:g5 2S. R:f2 R:f2+ 29. K:f2 Q:e4 Ha! 30. N:e4 N:e4+, and BLACK WON (0-1). Despite the heat and the dubious quality of our chess, we enjoyed the event. One reason for the pleasant atmosphere was the friendliness of the other players. The swift time limit made it' more fun. Harold enjoyed analyzing games with his opponents, and I made a habit of chatting with my opponents before and after each game. One of the strong players in this tournament was 16-year-old John Bick of Louisiana, last year's winner of the Denker High School Championship Tournament. In round 3, he defeated Alan Watson from Chicago, the tournament's only master. I didn't see that game, but Jeff Pinson and Kevin Fyr witnessed Bick pulling off the win with only seconds left on his clock. I was paired with Bick in round 4. While waiting for the TD to give us the green light, I noticed that he was wearing a

"If you're in a serious mood, turn the page, all right?"
(HAROLD HENDERSON)
W: B:

Pierre Roustan (1750) Les Kistler (2101)
ROUND 3, Board 5

IRREGULAR JUNK

Harold Henderson (1700) Dave Mote (2180)
ROUND 2, Board 2

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1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 S. f4 0-0 6. NO cS 7. dS e6 S. Be2 ed 9. cd ReS 10. eS de 11. fe Ng4 12. Bg5 Qb6 13. 0-0 Q:b2 Early?". (HENDERSON) 14. NbS N:e5 IS. Nc7 N:O+ 16. B:O Qe5 17. N:eS Q:eS IS. d6 Nc6

1. Nc3 g6 2. g3 Bg7 3. Bg2 d6 4. NO c6 S. 0-0 Nf6 6. d3 eS 7. e4 I guess that makes this game a King's Indian Attack. Perhaps the only proper way to name an opening is by its informant code (A 00) or something like that. 7. ... 0-0 S. h3 NhS 9. BgS f6 10. Be3 rs 11. BgS QeS Well, all right then! 12. Qd2 f4 13. g4 h6 14. gh hg IS. Kh2?! I don't get it either. Remember, we're playing quick chess here. IS. ... g4 16.

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cast on his left forearm. I joked with him about "chess injuries" and other foolishness. ("Do you ask your opponents to sign your cast?")
W: B:

Les Kistler (2101) John Bick (1926)
ROUND 4, Board 2

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1. e4 eS 2. Nfl Nf6 3. d4 N :e4 4. de? I reached outand grabbed this pawn without thinking. I was a little unnerved by the presence of the US Junior Championship participants (Tal Shaked, James Wheat, Charles Gelman, and others) who were standing around watching the top boards at the beginning of this round. I found out later that Bick was. here with Dean Ippolito, presumably as his "second." Of course, 4. N:e5 is tame, but it's book. 4.... BeS S. Nd4 Bick sank into long thought here. I saw that 5. ... Qh4 can be met with the steadfast developing move 6. Be3!. It took me only a few moments to spot the move he was pondering. S...• N:f2!?! 6. K:f2 Qh4+, 7. Ke3 Well, after all, this is G/lO. The king will have to take a walk or else White must return the material, but 7. g3 Q:d4+ 8. Q:d4 B:d4+ is hideous. I figured that the game would be over soon with my king entertaining the entire black army, but Bick thought long and hard in the next few moves, seeking a winning line. I was perhaps fortunate that the only decent moves I could find were practically forced. 7. •.. dS Why not develop his knight to c6? It sure looked good to , me. S. e3 Of course not 8. g3?? Qe4+. S. .•. 0-0 9. Nd2 f6 10. e6 This is absolutely necessary to block the opening of lines since White gets crucified after stuff like 10. N2f3 Qe4+ 11. Kf2 fe. Black

can take this pawn anytime he wants, but he delays it for awhile. 10. ... Ne6 11. N2f3 Qg4 12. Bd3! I believed that sacrificing another pawn was worth the chance to develop my slumbering army. 12. ... Q:g2 13. Rgl Qh3 14. Rg3 Q:e6+ I missed this little move. Now Black has three pawns for his piece, but the rest of the game degenerates into a piece-slamming time scrambled free-for-all. 1 S. Kf2 ReS 16. Kg2 Qf7 17. B f 4 Having been bottled up in the opening, I was still playing defensively, trying to prevent ... Bd6. I could have played stuff like 17. Bh6 g6 18. Qc2!. The rest of the game was full of slipshod play, but we didn't have much time to make it pretty. 17.... KhS IS. NfS B:fS 19. B:fS gS 20. Bd2
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20.... NeS 21. Qfl!? N:f3 22. Q:f3 Bd6 23. Rh3 ReS Bick was in desperate time trouble by now. Having been unable to find a winning line earlier, Black has no "compensation" for his sacrificed time. 24. B:h7!? Q:h7 2S. Q:f6+ KgS 26. R:h7 K:h7 27. Qf7+ Kh6 2S. Rfl Re2+ 29. Rf2? Just 29. Kgl should lead to mate. 29. ... R:f2+ 30. K:f2?? Despite being far behind on the clock, Bick managed to set a trap, and I fell

right into it! $# ft. 30. ... Rf8! 31. Q:f8 B:f8 32. h4 KhS? We were both moving so fast that he grabbed his king without thinking; the same thing happened to me on move 33. 33. hg? Be7 34. Bf4 B:gS 3S. B:e7 b6 36. BbS a6 37. Be7 ss 3S. Ke2 Bf4?? In the frantic scramble to make a move and punch the clock, several pieces fell over. Bick's bishop was placed on f4, so I captured it! Finally, I glanced at the clock. I was ahead by at least 30 seconds or more, so I slowed down a bit. The remaining moves were easy. I queened a pawn and BLACK RESIGNED (1-0) a few moves from mate. After the game was over, I remarked that the opening looked like a Fried Liver Attack in reverse. What a stupid game! After checking a recent rating supplement, I discovered that John Bick is 16 years of age with a rating of 2270, putting him on the "top 50" lists for his age group in the US. This made him just barely miss being eligible to play in the US Junior Championship. After this round, Larry Butler of Wisconsin beat Dave Mote (2180), forging into the lead with a perfect 4-0. I lagged a half point back with 3 V2-V2 after my draw in round 2. Since I was the highest rated with 3Yz, I would face Butler in round 5.
W: B:

Les Kistler (2101) Lawrence Butler (2035)
ROUND 5, Board 1

SICILIAN DEFENSE

1. e4 es 2. Nf3 e6 3. Ne3 Ne6 4. Be4 a6 S. a4 Qe7 6. 0-0 Nf6 7. ReI d6 S. d4 cd 9. N:d4 Be7 10. BgS h6 11. Bh4 NeS 12. Be2 Ng6 13. Bg3 Bd7 14. as 0-0 IS. f4 eS 16. fe de 17. Nb3 Be6 IS. Bd3?! RadS 19. Kh1 Qd7!

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Although Black has the bishop pair, White's position still seems playable. I was expecting 24. RhI. 24.... BeS 2S. Qel e3! Before capturing the rook, I thought it would be useful to worry him about a mating web around his king. 26. Re2 B:gl 27. Q:gl R:g2 28. R:g2 B:g2 29. Q:g2 Rd8! 30. Qe2 Rd2 31. Qe1 Here White's flag fell. FORFEIT (0-1). White is helpless after 31. ... Qd7 (a bit better than 3I. ... Qd8 because of the option of moving to a4) 32. Kcl Qa4 33. Qe4 (or 33. b3 Qa3+ mating) cb+! 34. K: b2 Qa3+ and mate. Another winning line is 31. ... Qd7 32. Kc1 Qd4 33. be be 34. Nfl Rf2! and White cannot resist much longer.
BLACK: Les Kistler

I did not reconstruct any of my other games in this tournament, but there still was plenty of melodrama in the last two rounds. In round 7, I faced Alan Watson with white. We got into some weird slowmotion maneuvering in the opening (a junky Modern Defense of some kind) with no captures for a long time. I was behind on the clock for the entire game, but I swindled him and : won the exchange in time trouble. Unfortunately, I ran out of time before I could do anything with it. Larry Butler was running

away with the tournament, having scored 6Vz-Vz (the draw was against me). After destroying John Bick in round 7, he assured himself of clear first place even if he lost in the last round. Watson and I both had 5-2, including one loss and two draws each. To beat the heat, Butler went and got a haircut(!) just before the last round. Before his visit to the barber, he wore his hair tied in a ponytail down his back. I joked with him about the biblical Samson losing his strength after his hair was shorn, whereupon he laughed and showed me that he kept his hair in his fanny pack! In the final round, Watson beat Butler with white, but when they reconstructed the game and had some post-mortem analysis, they discovered that Butler had a superior endgame with clear winning chances. Meanwhile, Jeff Pinson and Kevin Fyr had been playing up and down for the entire tournament, winning and losing here and there. In one game, Jeff played some little kid with a long foreign-looking last name. Jeff won on time, but he was surprised a few minutes later to discover that it had been recorded on the wall sheet as a draw. The little kid's father argued briefly about the result, then Jeff found the clock they used (still sitting back at the chessboard) to prove that he had won on time. In round 1, Jeff faced Larry Butler on board 4, right next to my game. I was happy that we just missed playing each other. After seven rounds, Kevin and Jeff had both scored 3 points, and as destiny would have it, they were paired against each other in the last round. Talk about rotten luck--you drive hundreds of miles to a tournament and face somebody you've played dozens of times at

home. (I once played at a tournament inSt. Louis and ended up facing fellow Hoosier John Roush from Kokomo.) I couldn't exactly root for Jeff or Kevin, so I wished them both good luck. As it turned out, Jeff won, so he had bragging rights on the ride home. Jeff Pinson ended the tournament with a score of 4-4 while Kevin Fyr had 3-5. I just wish they hadn't played each other ... My round 8 game was a piece of chessic buffoonery. I faced 1800-rated Carl Vero with black in an English Opening. Considering the time control, this seems to be an excellent opening with White, especially if his opponent doesn't know what he's doing. After generating some attacking chances, I mismanaged the game and dropped a few pawns, but just when things got desperate, he hung a rook. Even so, my clock time was growing short, and I had to return material to stop his passed pawns. In the flurry of moves that followed, Vero went ahead by a queen for a knight, but then I forked his queen! After reaching a king-and-pawn ending, I offered him a draw to avoid flag-fall. In the rush, he made a move after my draw offer, so when he extended his hand to accept, I was no longer obliged to split the point. Besides, I now realized my draw offer was stupid because my pawn would queen first. All the while, we were knocking over pieces and slapping the clock while trying frantically to complete our moves with literally seconds left. (Ed Dovey used to say that the clock was "running on fumes.") After capturing his last pawn, I was only a few moves from mating him with my queen when his king stepped into check. "Illegal move!" I shouted. "Your flag is down!" he shouted. Mr. Garrett, the

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My typical lackadaisical play has given Black some advantage; he now threatens 20. ... B:b3 winning a piece. Right around here I noticed that the chess clock on my side was not running. I had about 8 minutes left while Butler was down to about 2-3 minutes left. I glanced at the game on my right and saw that the players were down to approximately 2 minutes vs. 4 minutes. While Butler was thinking over his. 20th move, I summoned the TD who replaced the defective timer with a better one, and then adjusted the clocks (about 41/2 minutes for me, 21/2minutes for Butler). I could have proceeded with the faulty clocks, trying to run him out of time, but what would that prove? 20. NdS!?
BLACK: Larry Butler
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luckily he still has a move that looks just playable. 22. ... Bb4?! 23. e3?! This makes no attempt to take advantage of Black'sfingerfehler. Better is to move the bishop away from g6 (but not to d3, dummy), gaining two bishops for the rook and some winning chances. 23.. .. Qe6! A splendid move, threatening ... Q:g6, ... B:b3, and ... B:g2+. With so little time, I didn't like the looks of 24. R:e5, so I plunged into more complications. 24. Nd4! Q:g6 2S. R:eS BeS 26. Qe2 B:d4 27. cd Having at least an extra minute, I offered him a draw. Butler's swift and accurate play was enough to convince me that he could hold this ending, especially since White has three weak queenside pawns and a more exposed king. Psychologically this was a good moment to extend the offer because White's position still looks decent. Butler accepted without much hesitation. DRAW AGREED (lh-lh).

W: B:

Dave Granik (1709) Les Kistler (2101)
ROUND 6, Board 2

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20.•.• N:dS 21. ed B:dS 22. B:g6 This was the whole point of my combination=the threatened bishop has got to get away, or Black will carry out the threat mentioned in the last note. Here something amazing happened. Butler grabbed the bishop on e7, and thinking he had a knight in his hand, made as if he was going to capture on g6. I gaped for a moment, and Butler, with the bishop still in his hand, uttered something self-reproachful. Perhaps the funny business with the clocks had something to do with upsetting his concentration, but

Butler and I played once before in the US Amateur Team Championship Midwest at Rosemont, IL in February 1996. I had white in a fighting draw; although I built up a superior position in the middlegame, I wrecked it in time trouble. [Your esteemed editor printed this game in the Marchi April 1996 issue of Chess in Indiana, page 6.]

1. e4 es 2. Ne3 d6 3. Nge2 Nf6 4. d4 cd S. N:d4 a6 6. BgS e6 7. f4 Be7 S. Qf3 Qe7 Ah yes, the Najdorf Sicilian. Being able to rattle off the moves in a familiar opening variation is very helpful with this type of time limit. In this game, I just floated comfortably along with memorized lines and loads of experience in the middle game positions arrsmg from this variation. Granik consumed much more time than I did. 9. 0-0-0 Nbd7 10. g4 The other chief alternative is 10. Bd3. About 90% of my opponents advance the g-pawn on move 10. 10.... bS 11. B:f6 N:f6 12. g5 Nd7 13. h4 b4 14. Nee2 Bb7 IS. Bg2 NeS 16. Qe3 0-0-0 17. Kbl KbS IS. Rhgl?! ReS 19. Rd2 h6! Since the white rook has stepped aside, this is the right time to open the h-file.
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My opponent In the following game crept up close to the leading players several times. After losing to Butler in an early round, he scored an upset victory over Dave Mote in round 5. Although I struggled in my games against lower rated players, the following game was a pleasant exception.

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INDIANA STATE CHESS ASSOCIATION CONSTITUTIONAL BY-LAWS
Adopted 1979,Amended January, 1990,lncorporated Amended September, 1994 (Submitted by Dave Barker, ISCA Vice-President) April 21, 1994

telephone, provided that the Secretary shall contact all officers for their vote; and that such votes may not contradict actions taken by Board meetings conducted in person. C. Election. Officers shall be nominated and elected at the Annual meeting of the membership. Nominees must have been memhers of«(lSCA) for at least six (6) months prior to the elections. Ifno person receives a majority of votes cast for an office, a runoff vote shall be taken between the two (2) candidates with the highest vote totals. D. Term. Term of office shall be from the end of the Annual Membership Meeting until the end ofthe next membership meeting where new officers are elected by the memhersltip. E. Duties

ARTICLE I. NAME
The name of the organization shall be the "Indiana Association, Inc.", abbreviated below as (ISCA). State Chess

ARTICLE II. PURPOSES AND ACfIVITIES
The purpose of this organization shall be to aid the development of organized chess in the State of Indiana,

I. President The President shall preside at all meetings of the memhership and the Board of Directors, appoint committees as needed, carry out all requirements of these by-laws, represent (lSCA) officially on occasion, and report annually to the memhership meeting. The President shaJl be a director. 2. Vice-President The Vice-President shall assist the other officers in performance of their duties as requested by the President, and shall carry out the duties of the President when the latter is unable to serve. The Vice-President shall be a director. 3. Secretary. The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings of the memhership and Board of Directors, keep records of all current (lSCA) business, receive bids on State Championship tournaments and mail or telephone votes of the Board, designate an official address of (lSCA) and register it with the United States Chess Federation, maintain a tournament calendar and operate a clearinghouse registered with (USCF) for the avoidance of conflicting dates, carry out all duties preseribed by these by-laws, and report annually to the memhership meeting. The Secretary shall be a director. 4. Treasurer. The treasurer shall maintain a bank account in the name of (ISCA), deposit memhership dues, disburse funds as authorized by the memhership or Board of Directors, and report the financial status of(lSCA) to the Annual Memhership meeting and in writing to the Directors every four (4) months. The Treasurer shall be a Director. 5. Editor. The Editor shall publish, between (4) and six (6) times a year, the official (lSCA) publication and supply a copy to all memhers. The publication shall include official communications of (lSCA) business including names and addresses of officers, material for the study of chess and the promotion of chess tournaments, club meetings and other activities, and such other information as the Editor shall decide. The Editor shall actively seek news from all areas of the State and solicit contributions from writers. The Editor shall be a director. 6. Publicity. The Publicity Director shall seek ways to bring the game of chess and organized chess activities to the attention of the public via news media, promote the inclusion of chess in conununity and school activities, regularly contribute material to the Editor for these purposes, and report annually to the Memhership Meeting. The Publicity Director shall be a director. 7. Historian. The Historian shall endeavor to maintain, in as complete form as possible, records of past activities of (lSCA) and other chess organizations in Indiana, including old correspondence files, publications, news clippings and similar items, produce chronological lists of past State Champions and other tournament winners when requested by organizers, and report annually to the Memhership Meeting. The Historian shall be a director. 8. Membership. The Memhership Director shall receive and process memherships, provide memhership cards to individuals and memhership certificates to affiliates, maintain an up-to-date list of individual and affiliate memhers and provide that list to directors of (lSCA) sanctioned tournaments, send out renewal notices to memhers whose memherships are about to expire, and perform other duties as directed by the (lSCA) President. The Memhership Director shall be director. 9. Scholastic. The (lSCA) board. The Director shall assist Scholastic Director Scholastic Scholastic the other shall be a Director shall represent the interests of state scholastic chess players to the Director shall be a member of a high school or lower grade. The Scholastic officers in the performance of their duties as requested by the President.. The director. of

and to that end: (a) (b) (c) shall publicize and promote shall have the sole authority chess tournaments to bestow and other activities; Championship chess chess titles;

State (Open and Scholastic) to all national

shall select the official Indiana representative(s)

and interstate

affairs;
and policies

(d) shall be an affiliate of the United States Chess Federation (USCF), support of the (USCF), and encourage individual memhership in the (USCF); and (e) shall have a

the purposes

fiscal year beginning on September

lst, 1994, and continuing

each year thereafter.

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP
A. Individual I. Any person interested in supporting the purposes of (lSCA) may become a member, upon payment of annual dues to the organization. At the time of incorporation, any person, who was a member of (lSCA) as an unincorporated association, shall be deemed a member of(lSCA), the corporation. 2. Rights and privileges. All merobers shall be entitled to receive the official (lSCA) publication and membership card, participate in State championship tournaments and memhership meetings, and to enjoy all other rights and privileges of memhership not herein enumerated. However, only those who have been (lSCA) members for a minimum of six (6) months and who are residents of the State of Indiana, students at educational institutions of Indiana, or military personnel serving in Indiana may vote in the election or removal of officers and on amendments to the by-laws. '

B. Affiliation. Any group, club, or organization may become an affiliate of (lSCA) by paying the annual affiliate dues. Affiliates shall be entitled to bid on (lSCA) state tournaments and shall receive a certificate of affiliation and a subscription to the official (lSCA) publication. Affiliates shall also be entitled to receive copies of tournament crosstables acquired by (lSCA) and to retain twenty percent (20%) commission on individual dues which they forward to (lSCA).
C. Dues. Official dues may be established by a vote of eligible members at the annual meeting, or by at least a three-quarter (3/4) vote of the Board of Directors at any time. Such a of the Board of Directors to increase the dues over that established at the annual membership only be made once between such .membersbip meetings; but such votes to decrease membership dues can be made any humber of times. The official dues shaJl be printed on the of each official (lSCA) publication .i"nd any changes to them shall be printed in bold type on of the next issue of the official publica~on after such changes are made. D. Meetings. I. Annual Meetings. A memhership meeting shall be held at the State Championship, at a time and place mutually agreed upon by the Board of Directors and the local organizer. No player in the Championship may be required to play while the meeting is in session. To insure that a memhership meeting takes place to elect new directors, the memhership present at the meeting shall be considered a quorum. The meeting shall be announced in the official publication or by other written notice to all members at least one (I) month in advance. 2. Special meetings. A special meeting of the memhership shall be scheduled and announced by the Secretary at least one (I) month in advance in the official publication or by written notice to all members whenever, (a) a majority of the Annual Meeting shall vote to set such a meeting, or (b) one-quarter (114) of the membership or three-quarters (314) of the Board of Directors so request the Secretary in writing. A quorum at a special meeting shall consist often percent (10%) of the memhership eligible to vote, except when a resolution of the Annual Meeting has set a lower requirement for the consideration of a specific motion. A special meeting may not amend these by-laws unless at least one-half (112) of the memhers present and voting reside more than forty (40) miles from the site of the meeting. 3. Procedure. 4. Proxies. Membership meeting shall be conducted by Robert's Rules -;'f Order. m~. membership vote meeting can established inside cover page one (I)

10. Directortsj-at-Large, their duties as requested

The Directortsj-at-Large shall assist the other officers in the performance by the President. The Director(s)-at-LaIge shall be a director(s).

F. Representation to (USCF). Each year at the time designated by the United States Chess Federation, the Secretary shall certify to the (USCF) a list of Delegates, Alternate Delegates, and Alternate Voting Merohers for the State of Indiana by naming the (lSCA) directors in the order listed above, excluding any officers who (a) are not (USCF) merohers, (b) decline to be so named, (c) are ex-officio Delegates by virtue of being Regional VIce-President, Policy Board memhers, or Delegates-at-Large, or (d) are replacement directors named in accordance with Section G of this Article. If Indiana is apportioned more Delegates, Alternate Delegates, and Alternate Voting Memhers than there are Directors eligible to fill these posts, the President shall name the remaining person(s). G. Removal. Two-thirds (213) of the memhers present and voting at a special memhership meeting may remove a Director for cause including, but not limited to, dereliction of duty, and may elect a new Director to fill the position (a new VIce-President if the President is removed). The Board of Directors by a threequarters (314) vote may also remove a Director for cause and may name, by majority vote, a replacement to perform the duties of the removed Director until the next mernhership meeting. No replacement Director so named shall have a vote on the Board of Directors nor be considered a Director for the purposes of Section F of this Article, unless and until elected by a mernhership meeting. On request of a Director removed by the Board, if more than four (4) months remain before the annual membership meeting; a special memhership meeting shall be called and such meeting may reinstate the removed Director or elect a new Director (a new VIce-President if the President has been removed). H. Vacancies. If a vacancy shall occur in the office of President, whether for reason of removal, resignation, death, or other cause, the VIce-President shall accede to that office; and a majority of the Board of Directors may name a replacement VIce-President subject to the limitations specified in Section G of this article; or a special mernhership meeting may elect a new VIce-President If no new VIcePresident be named, order of succession shall be as listed in Section E of this Article. If a vacancy shall occur in any other office, a majority of the Board of Directors may name a replacement subject to the limitations specified in Section G of this Article, or a special memhership meeting may elect a new Director. I. Duality. A person may occupy more than one office simultaneously, but no person shaJl have more than one (I) vote on the Board of Directors, except in the case of the PPresident (or VIce-President) voting

Voting by proxy shall not be

permitted at merohership

ARTICLE IV. OFFICERS AND DIRECfO~S
A. Composition. The officers of(lSCA) shall include President, VIce-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, Publicity, Historian, Memhership, Scholastic, and Director(s)-at-LaIge. All officers shall be members of the Board of Directors of(lSCA).

B. Functions and meetings. The Board of Directors shall conduct the affairs of (lSCA) between membership meetings. In case of a tie vote, the President may cast an additional vote. If the The Board shall meet at anytime fixed by itself, with a majority present in person constituting a quorum. Special meetings of the Board shall promptly be called upon request of four (4) direetors, in which case the Secretary shall notify all directors by mail or telephone. Votes of the Board may be made by mail or

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to break a tie. In the event that a person does occupy more than one (I) office simultaneously, the membership may, by majority vote, elect additional Directors-at-Large to bring the Board of Directors to a total often (10) persons.

ARTICLE V. STATE TOURNAMENTS
A.

(all directors were re-elected by acclamation with the exception of new director Stanley, who was elected 16-5 over Andy Alexander) -Harris moved to give tahnks (also to be printed in Chess in Indiana) to outgoing Director-at-Large Wick Deer for his help as legal counsel and in incorporating ISCA. (Barker seconded) PASSED unanimously. The meeting was adjourned on Harris' motion at 3:15 p.m.

State Championships. (Open and Scholastic)

I. Conduct. Once a year (ISCA) shaH publicize and hold a swiss-system chess tournament for the purpose of determining the individual chess champion of the State of Indiana and holding the annual membership meeting. Only an Indiana resident may receive the title of State Champion, 2. Ties. Two (2) players tying for the first place shall be declared co-champions; but if three (3) or more players tie for first, the title of State Champion shall be determined by the Solkoff, Cumulative, Sormenbom-Berger, or Median tie-break systems, in that order. 3. Bidding. The Publicity Director shall solicit bids from organizers and announce a deadline in the official publication, after which a majority of the Board of directors shall determine the SIte of the tournament which shall then be advertised in the official publication and other media. B. Other State Tournaments. The membership or Board of Directors may designate tournaments for the awarding of other official State titles. Sites for such official tournaments shall be determined as m Section A, Part 3 of this Article.

ISCA 1996 Annual Meeting
by Tom Harris, ISCA Secretary, and Roger Blaine, ISCA Historian

ARTICLE VI AMENDMENTS
The by-laws may be amended by a two-thirds (2/3) vote at an annual or special membership meeting, subject to the requirements of Article I, Section D, Part 2.

I apologize for the microscopic print here, but with normal font point size, these bylaws would have taken several pages, which seemed a lot for something meant only as a reference. -Editor

The Annual General Membership meeting of the Indiana State Chess Association was held November 17, 1996, at the Radisson Hotel City Centre, Indianapolis. President Michael Turner called the meeting to order at 2:03 p.m. Members in attendance were:
Andy Alexander, David Al-Khatib, Dave Barker, Roger Blaine, Jay Carr, William Chappell, Vernon Cloud, John Crane, Jerry Crouch, Wick Deer, Dick Fields, Joe Filipczak, William Fowler, Ken Hamilton, Tom Harris, Harold Henderson, Hans Herr, Chuck Higgins, Drew Hollinberger, Barry Holmgren, David Konnert, Robert Lambrecht, Bryan Lilienkamp, Joe Mason, Mike Nelson, Bernard Parham II, Joe Riegsecker, Rick Roberts, John Roush, Fred Sanders, David Schwartz, Bill Stanley, Don Thomas, Gerald Thomas, Mike Turner, and Dan Watson.

OLD BUSINESS: None. NEW BUSINESS: It was noted that ISCA had already received funds from USCF's State Affiliate Support Program (SASP) for 1997 HoosierTour prizes, and now must either return the funds or get permission for a different use. -Dillon moved the the HoosierTour program be suspended, effective immediately. (Alexander seconded) PASSED unanimously. There followed some discussion on: establishing a scholarship fund; chess training for new playesr at malls, etc. (Crane); using funds to subsidize tournaments (Alexander); running non-rated tournaments with chess sets and books as prizes (Kistler); and providing more information on the web page (pinson). -Dillon moved that the Board look at ways to increase membership considering the above discussion. (Henderson seconded) PASSED unanimously. Neff discussed his experience in Kentucky with networking school teachers to promote chess. ELECTIONS_ President Mike Turner Vice-President Dave Barker Secretary Tom Harris Treasurer Rick Roberts Editor Jay Carr Publicity Dir. John Crane Historian Roger Blaine Membership Dir. Joe Riegsecker Scholastic Dir. Drew Hollinberger Direcort at Large William Stanley

The minutes of the 1995 were approved on the motion of Stanley (Deer seconded.) OFFICERS'REPORTS -President Turner asked for a round of applause for Solomon Kennedy for securing the tournament site at the Radisson Hotel He announced that the State Team Championship would be held December 14 in Bloomington and that next year a Masters' Invitational would be held. -Secretary Tom Harris, who is also a USCF delegate for Indiana, reported on the USCF Annual Meeting in Alexandria, Virginia. Notable developments: the rating floors were lowered by another 100 points, and Kentucky was transferred out of Region V, leaving only Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio. -Treasurer Rick Roberts distributed a printed report showing a net balance of $1,686.85, a decrease of $435.00 from last year. -Editor Jay Carr apologized for the late issue of Chess in Indiana, but said another would be issued sooon. He urged players to send in game scores. There was some discussion of the cost of using color printing. -Publicity Director Roger Blaine mentioned the running of the Region V Championship in Elkhart, at which attendance was less than expected. he congratulated Regional Champion Jim Mills. He commented on the death of

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Historian Brad Pavey and the Pavey Memorial held in Bloomington.

tournament

-Membership Director Joe Riegsecker reported that as of today there were 222 regular members, 253 Junior members (an increase of 47 from last year, but many of which were 4month promotional memberships), 32 Family members (compared to 11 last year), 3 Gold members, and 3 Bronze members. -Scholastic Director Jim dean had gone to college and was now over the age limit for this office. -Director-at-Large Wick Deer reported that he had possession of most of the late Historian Brad Pavey's materials. OLD BUSINESS: none.

public and especially to directors who might like to see what other TD's are doing. The 1997 crosstables are nearly complete, with two major exceptions: the Eastgate Mall tourneys have not been rated since February 1997, and the Hoogovens Chess Festival of Nov. 28-30 has some sort of snag with missing names of players (since corrected; crosstable may be found in this issue -editor)

INDIANA T.D. STATISTICS - 1995
There were 189 USCF-rated chess events held in Indiana in 1995, a decrease of 19 from the previous year. The total of player -entries was 7,209, a 7% inclease over 1994, and the number of rated games was 16,321, an increase of 15 %. 25 individuals served as Chief Tournament Directors, two less than in 1994. 6 were new to Indiana events this time, and 8 who had directed in 1994 did not in '95. This annual compilation is derived from USCF tournament crosstables. The first list ranks TD's by speed of receipt of their Rating Reports - the difference between the END DATE of the event and the DATE RECEIVED by the USCF. These can be affected by mail delivery times or errors atUSCF. The second table ranks TD's by total number of players playing under their direction and total games played.

NEW BUSINESS: There were no motions, but suggestions were heard on reviving the State Action and Speed Championships and establishing a State Quick Chess Championship and other Quick tournaments. Dan Watson suggested more exposure for chess events in shopping malls such as Eastgate Mall has in Indianapolis, perhaps coordinating several the same week. Drew Hollinberger urged more corporate sponsorship of chess. Harold Henderson gave thanks to Rick Roberts and Dave Barker for running scholastic championships, and urged cooperation with Bob Fischer of Terre Haute, the head of Scholastic Chess Indiana. ELECTION RESULTS: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Editor Publicity Dir. Historian Membership Dir. Scholastic Dir. Director-at -Large MilCe Turner Dave Barker TomHarris Rick Roberts Jay Carr John Crane Roger Blaine Joe Riegsecker Drew Hollinberger Wick Deer

I THE QUICKEST:
No. Ol. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11-12. 11-12. 13-14. 13-14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 2l. 22. 23. 24. 25. Name # Ken Sims Joe Riegsecker Joe Alford Mike Turner Roger Blaine Nelson Weaver Harold Henderson Joe Spangler Tom Smith Dan Carey Steve Caputi + Jim Herschenroeder + Randy Pals + Phil Rifner + Adrian Polit Steve Steppe Jon Molnar Bob Fischer Rick Roberts William Deer + Robert Ferguson Dan Kisner Terry Winchester Dave Barker Anthony Schwaiger of events 04 09 05 17 08 04 21 13 11 05 01 01 01 01 01 11 01 09 25 01 01 15 08 15 01 Avg. Interval 05.25 05.33 05.60 06.24 06.38 06.50 06.90 07.08 08.73 08.80 09.00 09.00 10.00 10.00 12.00 12.18 16.00 16.78 25.92 28.00 44.00 44.33 45.25 108.33 347.00

Crane, Blaine, and Hollinberger were new in their offices and elected by acclamation, as were all other directors, who were re-elected to their previous offices. The meeting was adjourned on Harris' motion at 2:40 p.m.

How's Your T.D. Doing?
by Roger Blaine

I finally was able to finish these T.D. statistics for 1995 and 1996. I think these statistics are of interest to the

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" + " indicates did not direct any Indiana events the previous
year.

I THE BUSIEST:
# . 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Name Bob Fischer Rick Roberts Dave Barker Mike Turner Harold Henderson Steve Steppe Joe Spangler Jim Herschenroeder Joe Riegsecker Roger Blaine Dan Kisner Joe Alford Phil Rifner Terry Winchester Nelson Weaver Tom Smith Ken Sims Robert Ferguson Dan Carey Anthony Schwaiger Randy Pals William Deer Jon Molnar Adrian Polit Steve Caputi Total PIllS .2052 1361 0744 0500 0443 0378 0352 0307 0243 0197 0164 0156 0138 0134 0113 0109 0098 0084 0053 0027 0020 0018 0008 0008 0002 Avg PIITs 228.0 054.4 049.6 029.4 021.1 034.4 0'27.1 307.0 027.0 024.6 010.9 031.2 138.0 016.8 028.3 009.9 024.5 084.0 010.6 027.0 020.0 018.0 008.0 008.0 002.0 Total Games 4742 2951 1470 0978 0868 0837 0643 0761 0491 0374 0286 0281 0338 0245 0226 0220 0174 0190 0082 0062 0029 0027 0020 0016 0010 Avg. Games 526.9 118.0 098.0 057.5 041.3 076.1 049.5 761.0 054.6 046.8 019.1 056.2 338.0 030.0 056.5 020.0 043.5 190.0 016.8 062.0 029.0 027.0 020.0 016.0 010.0

09. 10. 11. 12-13. 12-13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21-22. 21-22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Roger Blaine Nelson Weaver Joe Alford Jeff Studtman + Jim Herschenroeder Robert Singletary Harold Henderson Bob Fischer Phil Rifner Steve Steppe Terry Parker + Terry Winchester Charles Higgins Craig Stauffer Andrew Baker Rick Roberts Dan Steininger Dave Barker

12 03 06 02 01 01 23 07 01 17 08 12 01 01 02 21 40 13

07.25 07.33 08.33 09.00 09.00 10.00 10.35 10.86 13.00 13.59 15.50 15.83 18.00 18.00 24.50 28.52 42.50 111.46

" + " indicates did not direct any Indiana events the previous
year. *-the Chessterton July Open crosstable came through with no Director listed. No one from Chessterton Chess Associates has acknowledged directing that tournament.

I THE BUSIEST:
# 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. Name Bob Fischer Rick Roberts Robert Singletary Harold Henderson Mike Turner Dave Barker Steve Steppe Joe Riegsecker Roger Blaine Terry Winchester Jim Herschenroeder Joe Alford Steve Immitt Robert Tanner Phil Rifner Jeff Studtman Tom Smith Terry Parker Dan Steininger Richard Lawrence Nelson Weaver Randy Pals Unknown Andrew Baker Charles Higgins Craig Stauffer Total PIllS 2014 1549 0829 0684 0537 0501 0402 0266 0255 0246 0242 0199 0173 0169 0169 0123 0110 0101 0088 0086 0085 0068 0035 0016 0012 0012 Avg PIllS 287.7 073.8 829.0 029.7 035.8 038.5 023.6 033.3 021.3 020.5 242.0 033.2 173.0 084.5 169.0 061.5 013.8 012.6 022.0 008.6 028.3 022.7 035.0 008.0 012.0 012.0 Total Games 4980 3827 2421 1547 1055 0866 0890 0546 0493 0462 0593 0367 0367 0463 0416 0304 0263 0155 0177 0209 0159 0116 0067 0030 0024 0024 Avg. Games 711.4 182.2 2421.0 067.3 070.3 066.6 052.4 068.3 041.1 038.5 593.0 061.2 367.0 231.5 416.0 152.0 032.9 019.4 044.3 020.9 053.0 038.7 067.0 015.0 024.0 024.0

INDIANA T.D. STATISTICS -1996
There were 183 USCF-rated chess events held in Indiana in 1996, a decrease of 6 from the previous year. The total of player-entries, however, showed a 24% increase over 1995, to 8,971, and the number of rated games increased 28%, to 20,815. 25 individuals served as Chief Tournament Directors, the same number as in 1995, assuming that the unknown director was one of those on the list. 10 were new to Indiana events this time, and 10 who had directed in 1995 did not in 1996.

I THE QUICKEST:
No. 01. 02. 03-04. 03-04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Name # of events Robert Tanner + 02 Steve Immitt + 01 Joe Riegsecker 08 Unknown * 01 Mike Turner 15 Randy Pals 03 Richard Lawrence + 10 Tom Smith 08 Avg. Interval 02.00 03.00 06.00 06.00 06.60 06.67 06.70 07.13

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Adventures in Chess
"Slaying the Dragon"
by Sam Shapiro

In his annotations to a game against Bent Larsen in My Sixty Memorable Games, Bobby Fischer lavishes immense praise on the Yugoslav Attack against the Dragon Sicilian. White mechanically plays . f3, Bc4, Be3, Qd2, 0-0-0, M, h5, hg, Bh6, swaps off Black's dark-squared Bishop, Boom! Boom! Checkmate. If a cat may look at a king, it is all right for a potzer like me to take orders from one of the Kings of chess. And, in fact, I won two of the most memorable games of my sixty year career by slavishly following Fischer's advice. About twenty years ago, in Merrilville, Indiana, I played this line against Ed Vano, a Master, and seven-times winner of the Indiana State Championship, and beat him, as Frank Marshall used to say, like a child. And in 1996, in the last round of the Indiana Class Championships, I followed the same formula in a game against Ron Yoder, who had beaten me six times in a row, and again won with an overpowerin!? attack on the hfile. I was, therefore, delighted when, in the third round of a tournament at Middlebury, when my old opponent Dan Bryant played the Dragon against me. This time, though, events took a different course.

it Sam Shapiro (1830) t Dan Bryant (1650)
Sicilian Defense B79/10 1. e4 c5 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. N xd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be3 I always choose this move order Black might fall into the trap. 6 ... Ng4? and lose a piece after 7. Bb5+. 6••. Bg7! Transposing. 7. fJ Nc6 S. Qd2 0-0 9. 0-0-0 Bd7 When White omits Bc4, as here,

Black can equalize at once with the pawn sacrifiice ... d5! Neither Dan nor I play the opening in accord with the latest theory. 10. Bc4 Ne5 11. Bb3 Qa5 We are in the main line and I'm looking forward to the attack on the h-file. 12. Kbl RfeS! The right rook! 13. Nd5? Another inaccuracy. If Black's Rook were still at fS, then 13 ... Qxd2? 14. Nxe7+ (a zwischenzug or "in between" move) would win a pawn but now 13 ... Qxd2! 14. Nxe7+ Kf8! and White loses a piece. With the Queens off, White's attack has lost its punch. Qxd2 14. Rxd2 Nxd5 15. Bxd5 Re7 16. e3 Ne4 17. Bxe4 Rxe4 Dan skillfully continues to swap pieces, and arrives at a somewhat superior endgame. IS. Rddl a5 19. h4 Still dreaming of an attack, but I don't have enough pieces for that. 19 •••b5 20. Ne2 RbS 21. a3 f5! Taking the initiative. 22. Bd4 fxe4 23. fxe4 Bh6 Black's Bishops are buzzing around like angry bees! 24. Rd3 Bg4 25. ReI Be6 26. Ne3 Re6 27. Nd5 Rb7 My well-placed Knight holds his own against the two Bishops. 2S. Rfl Bf7 29. RdfJ Bxd5 30. exd5 ReS With the exchange of another pair of minor pieces the position has become quite drawish. A couple of grandmasters would doubtless shake hands and split the point, but we potzers play on! 31. g4 Rf8 32. g5! Shutting off the Bishop's diagonal. 32 .•. Bg7 33. Bxg7 Rxf3 34. Rxf3 Kxg7 Getting down to a pure Rook endgame, and, as the saying goes, "all rook endings are drawn." But not always! 35. Ke2 h6!? Dan wants to dissolve the remaining kingside pawns, but he allows my Rook to take up a most aggressive

position, and the black King will be cut off from the action on the queenside. 36. gxh6+ Kxh6 37. Rf7! Compare the activity of the two rooks, one threatening the enemy pawns, the other passively locked in behind them. 37 •••g5 3S. hxg5+ Kxg5 39. Kd3 Kg6 White adds an aggresive king position to his superior Rook. It would take a great analyst like Pal Benko to say whether White has a won game, but he certainly has a heavy advantage. 40. Rf8 a4 Black's pawns are paralyzed, unable to move. 41. ReS Kf6 42. Kd4 Kf7 No longer shut off by the white Rook, Black's King still cannot find a away to get to the other side of the board, where all the action now is. We were playing game/90, and at this point I had 51 minutes left, and Dan only 7. In desperation, he offered me a draw, which I of course refused. Emory Tate might be able to move fast enough to hold this difficult position, but I was sure that Dan, a slowthinking old codger like myself, could not. 43. Ke4 e5 Black lashes out to eliminate the hole at e6, trying to get his King over to the queenside. He had only five minutes left on his clock, and I relaxed, sure that he would make a losing move, or overstep the time control- or both! 44. Kf5 Re7 45. Ke4 Rb7 Tick-tock! In sudden death, you can't aim for a certain number of moves! 46. RhS Kf6? Black cracks and blunders in time pressure. He has to play 46 ... Kg7, but he is still lost after 47. Rd8 Rb6 48. Kf5, getting into the e6 hole after all. 47. Rh6+! Winning at once. 47 •••Kg7 4S. Rxd6 Rf7 49. Rb6 Rfl 50. Kxe5 Re1+ Black's pawns fall like rotten apples. Dan is too pressed for time to resign. 51. Kd6 Kf7 52. Rxb5 Rdl 53. Rb4 Rd2 54. Ke6 Kf6 55. d6 Ke6 56.

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Rd4
With only seconds left on his clock, Black resigned.

16. Ng3
ft Nelson Castaneda (2300) i GM Walter Browne Sicilian Defense B96/1 Attacking the Bishop the pin on the Queen. and breaking

1:0 OTHER GAMES SUBMITTED BY ISCA MEMBERS:

16... Bg6 17. Nh4 Ne7
I felt this move was a mistake as soon as I made it but I didn't want to break the pawn formation in front of my King.

"What I Did Last Summer ... "
Remember that corny essay you always seemed to be writing in school a little after Labor Day? Well, Indiana master Nelson Castaneda might begin his by saying something like. "I beat three strong Grandmasters ... " Below are his games (forwarded to me by Mike Turner), including a blistering win over six-time U.S. Champion Walter Browne in only 27 moves! -editor First, from the Pittsburgh June: Open in

1. e4 e5 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Ne3 a6 6. Bg5 e6 7. f4 Ne6 8. Nxe6 bxe6 9. eS h6 10. Bh4 g5 11. fxg5 Nd5 12. Ne4 Qb6 13. Bd3 hxg5 14. BxgS Rxh2 15. Rxh2 Qg1+ 16. Bfl Qxh2 17. QxdS exdS 18. Nf6+ Ke7 19. Ng4+ Ke6 20. Nxh2 dxeS 21. Be2 f6 22. Bd2 Bd6 23. 0-0-0 e4 24. RbI d4 2S. Ng4 e3 26. Ba5 Bf4 27. Nxf6 1:0
Third, from the North International in August: Nelson Castaneda (2300) GM Alex Wojtkiewicz Sicilian Defense B96/3 Bay

18. Bg5 Ne6 19. Nxg6 hxg6
Finally, the first captures of the game.

20. Nfl Nh7 21. Bxd8 Nxd8 22. Ne3 Nf6 23. Nd5
Threatening

23••. Nxd5 24. exd5 rs 25. f4 Nf7
I wanted to capture the pawn on f4 but felt I just had to get my Knight back into play and rejoin the Rooks.

Nb6.

26. Qd2 Qb7 27. Bb3
Ironically, the Bishop would remain on this square until its capture on move 49.

27.•• Qb6
Threatening ... c4+.

ft Nelson Castaneda (2300) i GM Alexander Shabalov Sicilian Defense B3217

1. e4 c5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 e5 S~ NbS d6 6. Nle3 a6 7. NaJ bS 8. NdS Nge7 9. Be2 NxdS 10. QxdS Bb7 11. Be3 Be7 12. 0-0 0-0 13. c3 Qe7 14. Qd2 Na5 15. b4 Ne4 16. Nxe4 bxe4 17. fJ Rad8 18. aJ f5 19. Qe2 Kh8 20. Radl dS 21. exdS Bxd5 22. Qa4 f4 23. Bf2 Qb7 24. Qa5 e4 25. fxe4 Bxe4 26. Rxd8 Bxd8 27. QeS Be7 28. Qa7 Bxg2 29. Qxb7 Bxb7 30. Bxe4 fJ 31. Rdl Bf6 32. Rd7 Be6 33. Rd3 Bb7 34. Rd7 Be4 3S. BeS Re8 36. Bd4 BfS 37. Re7 Bxd4+ 38. exd4 gS 39. Kf2 g4 40. dS Rd8 41. Bb3 h5 42. Be4 h4 43. Rf7 Re8 44. Bxa6 Re2+ 4S. Ke3 Re3+ 46. Kf4 RxaJ 47. RxfSRxa6 48. Kxg4 Rb6 49. Rf4 f2 SO. KfS Kg7 S1. Ke5 Rxb4 52. Rxf2 RbI 53. Ke6 Rb3 54. d6 Re3+ 55. Kd7 Kg6 S6. Ke8 Rc3+ 57. Kd8 h3 58. d7 Kg7 59. Rf4 1:0

1. e4 e5 2. NfJ d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Ne3 a6 6. BgS e6 7. f4 Qe7 8. QfJ b5 9. 0-0-0 b4 10. Nee2 Nbd7 11. Ng3 Bb7 12. Bd3 Re8 13. Kbl Be7 14. Nh5 Nxh5 15. Qxh5 g6 16. Qh6 Bxg5 17. fxg5 Ke7 18. Rbfl Qd8 19. Rd2 Qg8 20. Rdf2 Rf8 21. h3 Ne5 22. Nb3 Re8 23. Qh4 Nd7 24. NaS Re7 25. Nxb7 Rxb7 26. Bxa6 Ra7 27. Rxf7+ Qxf7 28. Qxh7 1:0
ftDavid Schwartz (1550) i Phil Kasper (1600) Spanish Opening C70/9
(comments by Phil Kasper)

28. e4 bxe4 29. dxe4 exf4 30. Qxf4 Ne5
The Knight can't be dislodged from this controlling square without losing the exchange.

31. Re3 a5 32. a4 Qd8 33. Rg3 Qf6 34. ReI Rab8 35. Re2 Rb4 36. Ree3
Rib8 Piling on the pressure on the open bfile. 37. Kh2 Kf7 38. Re3 Rb8 39. Kgl

Rb4 40. Qd2 f4
Trapping White's Rook and winning the exchange. 41. RgfJ Nxf3+ 42. Rxf3 Kg8 To get out of the pin.

43. Kh2
If 43. g3, then Rxh3 44. Rxf4 Rxg3+ 45. Kh2 Qg4 46. Qf2 Rg2+ 47. Qxg2 Qxf4+1-

1. e4 I had only played Dave once before and had gone down in defeat (see Chess in Indiana - Jan/Apr 97, p. 11). 1... e5 2. NfJ Ne6 3. BbS a6 4. Ba4

43... Qe5 44. Khl gS 4S. g4 Qe4
Pinning the Rook with dual threats against the Bishop and the h-pawn.

bS 5. Bb3 d6 6. 0-0 Bg4 7. c3 Nf6 8. d3 Be7 9. ReI 0-0 10. Nbd2 Na5
I know. Don't say it...a Knight on the rim is dim... but I didn't want my opponent's Bishop to control the a2g8 diagonal.

46. Qd3
Setting up what would be four straight captures on the f3-square. 46•..

Rxh3+ 47. Kg2 Qxf3+ 48. Qxf3 Rxf3 49. Kxf3 Rxb3+
A hard fought game that I felt very fortunate to have won. 0:1 From the February Eastgate Swiss:

11. Be2 e5 12. Nfl Ne6 13. Ne3 Bh5 14. Nf5 Qd7 15. h3 Bd8
Since he didn't take the Bishop, I didn't want to give him a second chance.

Second, from the World Open in July:

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.ft.BillBoehm :t Ken Tuttle Sicilian Defense B56/3
1. e4 e5 2. NO d6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Ne6 5. Be3 Nf6 6. Ne3 e5 7. Nxe6 bxe6 8. h3 Be7 9. Be4 0-0 10. 0-0 Qe7 11. f4 Be6 12. Bd3 Rad8 13. f5 Bd7 14. QO Kh8 15. Khl Rg8 16. g4 g5 17. Ne2 h6 18. e4 e5 19. b3 Qb7 20. Qg3 Be6 21. Ne3 Rg7 22. Rgl Rdg8 23. Rg2 Nh7 24. Rf1 f6' 25. a4 Qxb3 26. Bd2 Qb8 27. Nd5 Bxa4 28. Nxe7 Rxe7 29. h4 Reg7 30. hxg5 fxg5 31. f6 Rf7 32. Rh2 Rg6 33. Bxg5 Nxg5 34. RbI Qe7 35. Rhb2 Qe6 36. Qh4 Rgxf6 37. Rb8+ Kh7 38. Qg3 Rf3 39. QxfJ NxfJ 40. Rfl Ng5 41. ReI Qd7 42. Rgl h5 43. Rb2 Nh3 44. Rgg2 hxg4 45. Rg3 Rg7 46. Bfl Qf7 47. Bd3 Qh5 48. Rh2 Nf2+ 49. Kg2 Qxh2+ 50. Kxh2 Nxd3 51. Rxd3 Be6 52. Re3 Kh6 53. Kg3 Kh5 54. ReI Kg5 55. Re2 Rf7 56. Re3 Rf4 57. Re2 Rxe4 58. Rf2 Re3+ 59. Kh2 Rh3+ 60. Kgl Rhl# 0:1

until recently. It's never too late to show the readers a draw vs. a Grandmaster though. Enjoy. .ft.FMJimDean :t GM Gabriel Scwartzman French Defense C12/l
(commentary

If 52...Ke4!? 53. b6 g3+ 54. Kfl. [52 ... Ke4!? 53. b6 g3+ 54. Kfl] 53. Kg3 Kc5 54. Ne5 ~:~

Harold Henderson contributed the following two games from the January Chessterton tournament: Thirty-two players from Illinois and Indiana showed up on Super Bowl Eve Day for the monthly Chessterton Open at the Library Service Center in beautiful downtown Chesterton. The 4-round Swiss was won by Joe Cima and Bryan Gast of Illinois and Hans Herr of Merrillville, who tied with 3 112 points. Harold Henderson directed, and Les Kistler provided drive-by analysis. Other standout Indiana finishers were Steve Emery (Hammond), who took the under1400 money with 2 112 points; and William Roberts (Gary) and Mike Newbanks (Beverly Shores), who shared the combined under-2000, under-1800, and under-1600 prizes with two Illinoisans. Here's the savage last-round battle that earned Herr -- one of the state's most dangerous B-players -- his share of first.. His opponent is one of Illinois' most dangerous B-players, the young Daniel Leung. As befits a must-win game, the players went into the Yugoslav Attack against the Sicilian Dragon. Herr conducts the White pieces. ftHans Herr :t Daniel Leung Sicilian Defense
1 e4 c5 2 NO d6 3 d4 cd 4 Nxd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 g6 6 Bc4 Bg7 7 0 0-0 8 Be3 Nc6 9 Qd2 Bd7 10 0-0-0 Re8 11 Bb3 Na5 12 g4 Nc4 13 Bxc4 Rxc4 14 h4 h5 15 gh Nxh5 16 Nde2 as?!

by Dean)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Bb4 5. Ne2 dxe4 6. a3 Be7 7. Bxf6 Bxf6

7...gxf6 is more interesting. 7...Bxf6 is rather dull sometimes but solid.
8. Nxe4 0-0 9. Qd3 e5 10. 0-0-0 exd4 11. Nxf6+ Qxf6 12. Qxd4 Nd7 13. Nc3 c614. Bc4 +/=

I like White here, but formulate a plan.
14••• Ne5 15. Bb3 Bf5 16. f4

had to

Black wanted White to play this move, in hopes that White would overextend and create some weaknesses. .
16••• Ng4 17. h3 Qxd4 18. Rxd4 Nf6 19. g4 Be6 20. ReI?!

I cornered Jerry Tolan in cyberspace and talked him into sharing this win over 1M Schroer in an on-line simul. editor .ft.lMJonathan Schroer :t Gerald Tolan (900) Internet Chess Club Simultaneous Spanish Opening C69/l9
1. e4 e5 2. NO Ne6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxe6 dxe6 5. 0-0 f6 6. d4 Bg4 7. dxe5 Qxdl 8. Rxdl fxe5 9. Rd3 Bd6 10. Nbd2 b5 11. b3 Ne7 12. Bb2 Ng6 13. g3 0-0 14. Net Be5 15. Kg2 Rxf2+ 16. Khl Raf8 17. Ng2 Be2 18. Rc3 Bb4 19. Kgl Bxc3 20. Bxc3 Bg4 21. Ne3 Bh3 22. ReI c5 23. Nf5 Rg2+ 24. Khl b4 25. Ne3 Rgf2 26. Ndl bxc3 27. Nxf2 cxd2 0:1

White should probably take on e6. I thought for awhile and didn't. I was worried that the f-pawn would become vulnerable, in addition to other kingside weaknesses, whereas Black's only problem spot would be e6.
20 ••• Bxb3 21. cxb3 Rfd8 22. Rxd8+ Rxd8 23. Re7 Nd7 24. Ke2 Kf8 25. Re3

I was low on time already here. Time control was move 40.
25 ••• Nc5 26. f5 a5 27. Re5 b6 28. Re3

White is scrambling out moves by this point; Black still has plenty of time.
28 ••• Rd4 29. Ne2 Re4 30. Rxe4 Nxe4 31. Nd4 Nf2 32. Nxc6 Nxh3

All this happened very fast, with both players blitzing out moves.
33. Ne5 Nf2 34. Kd2 f6 35. Nd7+ Ke7 36. Nxb6 Nxg4 37. Nc4 Nh6 38. NxaS Nxf5 39. b4 Kd6 40. Kd3 h5

At last. Time control is made.
41. 44. 47. 50. Ke4 h4 42. Nc4+ Ke6 43. Nd2 g5 a4 N d6+ 45. Kf3 f5 46. as Ke5 a6 g4+ 48. Kg2 Nc8 49. b5 Kd4 b3 f4 51. Nc4 0+

Finally! The "Lost Game" of Jim' Dean's from last year's National Open. I knew I didn't dream that Jim showed me this on-line with his comments, but I couldn't find where I had saved the score and comments

Black spent almost an hour searching for a win here. 52. Kf2 h3

Perhaps the first miscue. As a rule, Black cannot afford to attack with pawns in this opening, because White's attack gets there faster. A better try may be 16...Qa5.

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17 Bh6 a4 IS Bxg7 Kxg7 19 Rbgl Qb8 20 Nd4 ReS 21 f4 bS 22 rs b4 23 NdS b3 24 a3 be 2S Rdfl eS 26 QgS! RbS 27 fg f6 2S Nxf6 ed 29 NxhS+ KgB 30 Qe7 RbxhS 31 Qf7+
1-0

This may not be the best game played yesterday at Chesterton, but it's one of the most instructive. As long as kids don't learn endgames, us old guys still can hope to draw lost games and win drawn ones!

piece and should win anyway, but his advantage is greater if there are pawns on both sides of the board. White has the only remaining longrange piece, his bishop. If all the pawns are on one side, Black will be more able to cope. White should play 45 Nf3 holding on to his pawn, then if 45...h6, 46 g6. 4S...NxgS 46.Bd3 Kf6 47.NfJ? This is a bad strategic mistake. Look at Black's pawns -- they're all fixed on dark-colored squares that White's bishop can't touch! By trading knights White again gives up the best piece he has for attacking those pawns. You can't always win by trading pieces when you're ahead. 47...NxfJ 4S.Kxf3 Ke5 49.Ke2?? White's last chance to win is 49 Kg4. Then White's king pushes Black's king back and back until White can finally eat the b6 pawn at the base of Black's pawn chain. Here's how it might go: 49.Kg4 Kf6 50.Kf4 Ke6 51.Ke4 Kd6 52.Kf5 Ke7 (Do you think Black's king should go the other way? It won't help: 52...Kc6 53.Ke6 Kc7 54.Be4 Kb8 55.Kd6 Ka7 56.Kc6 Ka6 57.Bd3 Ka7 58.Kb5 Kb759.Be4+ Ka7 60.Bf3 d3 61.Be4 d2 62.Bf3 Kb8 63.Kxb6 Kc8 64.Kxc5 and White wins -- now back to move 53 when Black's king went 52...Ke7.) 53.Ke5 Kd7 54.Kd5 Kc7 55.Ke6 Kc6 56.a4 Kc7 57.Be4 Kc8 58.Kd6 Kb8 59.Kc6 Ka7 60.Kb5 Kb8 61.Kxb6 Kc8 62.Kxc5 Kc7 63.Kxd4 Kb6 64.c5+ Back to the actual game: 49...Kf4 SO.Kf2 Kg4 SI.a4 Kf4 I talked with the two highest-rated players at the tournament, (Les Kistler and Kevin Bachler, both much stronger than me) and they could not find a way for White to march his king over to eat the crucial b6 pawn after that awful 49th move. Martez continues valiantly to try, but finally he has to settle for the draw, even

though he is pawn.

ahead a bishop for a

S2.Ke2 Kg3 S3.Kd2 Kf4 S4.Bfl KeS SS.Kd3 Kf4 S6.Bg2 KeS S7.Ke2 Kf4 SS.Kd3 KeS S9.Ke2 Kf4 60.BdS Kg3 61.Kd3 Kf4 62.Ke2 Kg3 63.Kfl Kf4 64.Ke2 Kg3 6S.Be4 Kf4 66.Bh7 Kg3 67.Kd3 Kf4 6S.Be4 KeS 69.Bg2 Kf4 70.Bh3 Ke5 71.Bg4 Kf4 72.Be6 KeS 73.Bh3 Kf4 74.Bfl KeS 7S.Kd2 Kf4 76.Ke2 Kg3 The very tired players agreed to a draw here, 1/2-1/2.

it Martez Woods tMike Newbanks Round 3, Board 5
Chessterton January Open 1124/98 I.NfJ dS 2.e4 d4 3.d3 f6 4.g3 e5 S.Bg2 Bd6 6.0-0 Ne7 7.e3 cs S.ed ed 9.Rel 0-0 10.a3 Nbe6 1l.Nbd2 b6 12.Ne4 Be7 13.Rbl as 14.Ned2 BfS IS.Qe2 Qd7 16.Nh4 Bh3 17.Rxe7 Qxe7? Now White gets Black's knight and bishop for his rook. Better was 17...Nxe7, 18 Bxa8 Rxa8, leaving material even and Black with a nasty attack on the light squares around White's king. "'t: IS.Bxh3 Qel+ 19.Nfl!Rae8 20.Bf4 Qe7 21.NfS QdS 22.Bxe7 Qxe7 23.Qd2 Ne5 24.Bg2 g6 2S.Nh4 Re7 26.NfJ RfeS 27.h3 Nf7 2S.Rel Rxel 29.Nxel Qe5 30.NfJ Qe2 31.Qxe2 Rxe2 32.Nld2 Ne5?? 33.Kf1! The rook is caught and has to "desperado" itself for the knight. White is rated only 912, Black is 1500, but you couldn't tell it from this game! 33..• Rxd2 34.Nxd2 Nxd3 3S.b3

Hoosiers in the Land Lincoln. (cont. from page 22)

of

tournament director, had to step over to sort out the mess and restore order. One of the onlookers said that I made my claim first, so I was given an additional two minutes on my clock (l) due to his illegal move. Of course, the winning process was easy with the extra minutes, and Vero himself overstepped when I was one move from mate. Harold had been spectating during the bedlam, and he said that my flag had been down for about 4 moves before this incident. Whew! With this bit of luck, I ended the tournament with the score of 6-2, taking 3rd place behind Larry Butler (6 Y2- 1 Y2)and Alan Watson (6-2). John Bick took 4th, also with 6-2. {A complete report of this tournament appears in the August 1997 Chess Life, on pages 11 and 55. That's the issue with Najdorf (1910-1997) pictured on the cover} Since I was 3rd highest rated to begin with, I guess that's okay. I haven't won a chess trophy for a long time, so it was nice to get another one for my collection. I plan to play in this enjoyable tournament next year, and I highly recommend it for. anyone who wants a change of pace. I hope more Hoosiers attend this fun event next year. It's worth it! ~

Kf7 36.Ke2 Ne5 37.f4 Nd7 3S.g4

gS 39.fg fg 40.NfJ Kf6 41.h4 gh 42.gS+ Ke7 43.Nxh4 Ne5 44.Be4 Nf7 4S.Bxh7?! This is a strategic mistake in the endgame. White has a whole extra

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Other Cross tables SCI Class Championships
9/27/97; Indianapolis,
1199 & Under PI. Name 01. Adam Reveal 02. Thanh Higgins 03. Patrick Mihelich 04. Chris. Davidson 05. Cameron Pulaski 06. Paul Jacobi 07. James Cates 08. Lee Morrison 09. John Pimentel 10. Evelyn Hovee II. Maurice Swain 12. Nicholas Lynch 13. Doug Manuel 999 & Under PI. Name o I. Nick Patterson 02. Travis daniel 03. Ravi Patel 04. Lukasz Jachyra 05. Jeremy Day 06. Corrie Hovee 07. Phillip Pimentel 08. Kyle Heldman 09. David Jachyra 10. Christopher Ebsch II. Nathaneil Greene 12. Neil Shah 13. Nicholas Hittel 14. Matthew Fouts 15. Joey Dewitt 16. Emerson Spartz 17. Keith Kiley 18. John Ramos 19. Warren Swanson 20. James Hooper 21. Gus Tabor 22. Jason Arnold 799 & Under PI. Name 01. Eric Reyes 02. Charles Jenkins 03. Todd Taylor 04. Kimberly Hamilton 05. Chris Wyman 06. Corey Hagelberg 07. Lorenz Isidro 08. Elizabethh Miranda 09. Bobby Eckert 10. Dylan Spartz 11. Lauren Skiles 12. Maria Fouts 13. Krista Selby 14. Zack Zelesnick 15. Jelf Steenerson 16. Kyle Zelesnick 17. Evan Walker 18. Ian Hershberger _ G 19. Brian Swanson 20. David Freer 21. Carl Peterson 22. Adam Farber 23. Billy Trischler 24. Johnny Trischler 25. Tommy Pimentel Pre 1039 1177 1066 1180 1121 1049 1158 1193 1090 1016 0693 1095 1054p Post 1125 1203 1130 1158 1132 1049 1138 1141 1077 1005 0710 1044 0986

TD: Robert Fischer
Rd.l W12 W13 W4 1.3 WIO L7 W6 Rd.2 D2 01 D7 Wll W8 W9 D3 L5 L6 BL4 D13 012 Rd.3 W7 W5 W8 .\VI0 L2 Wll LI L3 W12 L4 L6 L9 BRd.4 W5 D3 D2 W6 LI L4 W13 LIO W11 W8 L9 Sc. 4.5 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5

W4 W7 W10 Ll W9

a-

26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

Sarah Bair Scott Steenerson Jessica Ji Chad Miller Samuel Aune Don Morrison Michael Montgomery Luke Hovee Corey Pumphrey Arny Hovee Ell. Hersberger-G Emmanual Daniels Sonia Shah Daniel Farber Catalina Disomma

0567p 0564 0512 0497p 0439 0287 0233p 0584 0521p 0454 0216 UNR 0484p 0468 UNR

0446 0555 0510 0484 0450 0286 0314 0520 0490 0412 0243 0400 0327 0426 0000

LIl W17 W31 W20 L9 L28 W38 L7 W39 L4 D10 L5 1.32 1.34 F-

1.30 LI4 L25 LI5 W26 1.35 LIO LIl LI3 W31 1.3 LI7 1.39 W38 U-

W38 L21 D22 LI2 LI3 W40 LI8 037 L23 L25 024 D33 L26 1.3 1.31

LI7 W39 LI9 W31 034 L29 W35 W36 D30 1.32 1.33 L24 W40 L27 1.38

W39 LI3 D24 LI4 D22 W38 1.3 L20 L18 D36 D35 W40 1.31 L26 1.37

2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0

xFL5 BLl L2

a-

L7

L2 W12 L5 1.3 W13 L8 Lll

Unrated Division: 1II place with 5-0 was Gram Ludlow, earning a provisional rating of 1484; tied for 2nd - 3rd places were Ryan McCleary and Rachel Reyes 4-1, earning provisional ratings of 1368 and 1240, respectively. 1399 & Open PI. Name 01. William Ko 02. Logan Davis 03. Brandon Lynch 04. Brian Davis 05. Benjamin Swanson 06. Curtis Anderson 07. William Hamilton 08. Scott Goeller 09. Rebecca Lynch 10. Ian Brown 11. Nathaniel Boggs 12. Eric Gilbert 13. Jeffrey Hagelberg

Pre 0869 0992 0973 0891 0878 0816 1061 0977 0933 0910 0804p 0947 0914 0951 0910 0888 0821 0763 0882 0871 '0809 0804p

Post 0923 1026 1002 0932 0913 0871 1060 0965 0936 0921 0811 0929 0910 0923 0891 0869 0812 0768 0851 0808 0779 0695

W17 L2 L5 LI9 W3 W20 L6 W22 L9 FW12 Ll4 L4 Ll6

x-

W10 L13 W21 Wll W15 F-

x-

Rd. 1

Rd.2 WI4 L5 WI7 W19 W2 W7 L6 Ll6 LI3 Wll LlO W22 W9 Ll W21 W8 1.3 W20 L4 L18 Ll5 Ll2

Rd.3 W16 W9 WI5 D13 D6 D5 W21 WI9 L2 WI4 W20 D18 D4 LlO 1.3 Ll W22 D12 L8 LII L7 Ll7

Rd.4 W13 W8 WIO W6 W15 L4 W19 L2 W18 1.3 W22 WI4 Ll LI2 W17 L5 L15 L9 L7 BULll

Rd.5 D4 W12 W5 01 1.3 W13 WI5 W20 WI6 W22

a-

L2 L6 W19 L7 L9 W18 Ll7 Ll4 L8 ULIO

Sc. 4.5 4.0 4:0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

Pre 1569 1220 1633 1416 1410 1394 1323 1406 1309 1245 1244 1233 1I13

Post 1595 1278 1594 1408 1399 1409 1318 1407 1273 1265 1235 1243 1087

Rd.l W9

a-

W7 W11 Ll2 W13 1.3 W10 LI L8 L4 W5 L6

a-

Rd.2 W8 L5 L6 W12 W2 W3 Lll LI LIO W9 W7 L4

a-

Rd3 W4 W9 LIO LI W13 D8

D6 L2 W3 Ll2 Wll L5

aL5 1.3 L8 L7

Rd.4 D6 W4 W11 L2 WIO DI W13 W12

aL7 L9

Rd.5 W5 W6 W8 WIO Ll L2 WI2 1.3 W13 L4

Sc. 4.5 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0

ECCCQCEll#4
10/07/97; Elkhart, TD: Tom R Smith
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. Roger Blaine 02. John Cole 03. Ronnie Yoder 04. JimRohm 05. Martin Baldwin 06. Josh Lewis 07. Michael Tinunons 08. Sam Elzerman 09. Robert Lewis 10. David Shepard II. Matthew Miller 12. Joseph Lewis 13. Daniel Watson 14. Kenneth Cole 15. Don. Hershberger 16. Vernon Dudley 17. Cameron Donis 18. Scott DeWilde 19. Mike McKee 20. Chad Bowers Pre 1618 1588 2106 1373 1673 1429 1434 1321 1207 1071 1050 1040p 1483 1100 1361 1130 0946 0919 UNR 0839 Post 1628 1614 2091 1376 1664 1443 1421 1331 1200 1082 1070 1125 1483 1115 1321 1111 0939 0928 0916 0827 Rd.l W16 W17 W9 W20 W12 Wll WIO W19 L3 L7 L6 L5 HHLI8 LI L2 W15 L8 L4 Rd.2 D6 W3 L2 L5 W4 D1 L8 W7 W17 WI9 W16 W20 WI8 WI5 LI4 Lll L9 LI3 LIO L12 Rd.3 W8 D5 W6 W10 D2 1.3 W12 Ll Lll L4 W9 L7 UUW20 W18 LI9 LI6 W17 LI5 Rd.4 W5 W7 W8 Wll LI W15 L2 L3 WI8 WI6 L4 WI9 UUL6 LIO W20 L9 LI2 LI7 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Pre 0671 0707 0654 0574 0473 0680 0649 0629 0557 0500 0454 0717 0698 0680 0601 0584 0450 0767 0581 0260p 0767p 0702 0700 0694 0617

Post 0749 0740 0655 0630 0546 0685 0674 0673 0601 0537 0511 0705 0685 0659 0609 0622 0482 0720 0565 0348 0688 0649 0648 0637 0596

xx-

Rd. 1 WI8 W13

W35 W37

xW19 xL8 F-

W33 W24 W30 D36 W26 W15 L2 LI6 LI2 W14 L27 L1 L22 L29

Rd.2 Rd.3 WI2 W9 WIO L8 W36 W39 018 Dll L19 WI4 W21 D8 W23 WI6 W2 D6 W24 LI W32 L2 W33 D4 LI W29 W34 W30 W27 L5 W29, W17 W22 L7 W37 LI5 D4 W32 W5 D20 a- D19 L6 W27 Ll6 D28 L7 W34 L9 D36 W28 W35

Rd.4 W7 W3 L2 W13 WI8 Wll Ll W21 W25 W22 L6 W16 L4 W20 W23 LI2 W26 L5 W28 Ll4 L8 LIO LI5 W37 L9

Rd.5 W8 W6 W32 W12 WI5 L2 D9 LI D7 W21 W19 L4 W27 W29 L5 W23 W25 W34 LII W33 LlO D30 L16 D28 LI7

Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

Indy Chess Center September Tornado
9/20/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. Name Mike Herron Mike Wiseman Rodney Howell Doug Todd Jacek Martynow Tom Harris Mark Frank Pre 2149 2315 1949 1863 1777 1917 1683 Post 2160 2307 1958 1869 1787 1940 1675

TD: Mike Turner
Rd.3 W4 D6 W12 LI W15 D2 D9 Rd.4 W3 W8 LI W13 WI2 UW14 Sc. 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5

Rd. 1 Rd.2 W27 W7 WI0 W24 Wll W13 W16 W19 W28 L6 W15 W5 W25 LI

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David Kennett Norman Bell David Konnert Romallis St. C)'T (KY) Jimmie Rome Bill Corbin Barry Holmgren IS. William Chappell 16. Raymond Pary (KY) 17. Vernon Jacobs (KY) 18. Matthew Osburn 19. Michael Seal 20. Melvin Sowder (KY) 21. Dana Rollins (KY) 22. William Fowler 23. Roger Blaine 24. Stephen Caputi 2S. Danny Lovejoy 26. Richard Pomerantz 27. Richard Burnette 28. Cary Hudson 29. Leslie Irnel

08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

1669 1393 1349 1345 1814 1679 1316 12S1p 1218 1157 0692 1400 1116 1108 1038 1746 1702 1229p 0969 1292 1141

08S0

1675 1404 1345 1360 1789 1668 1316 1301 1218 1189 0742 1400 1140 1134 1070 1746 1654 1149 0983 1235 1117 0815

u- u- uW20 L7 LI9 LI L5 LI4 L2 L18 W16 D22 LI5 LI7

D22 W18 L2 L3 W17 W21 W29 L6 L4 LI2 L9 W26 L24 LI3 D8

W9 L8 D20 D21 W14 L3 LI2 W28 L26 W29 W25 L4 DIO Dll D27

W24 D7 W18 W20 L3 W17 W26 L5 W28 LI3 LIO D22 LII W27 D19

L8 W29 L14 L21 LI6 L25

L2 W21 W22 W19 L5 L4 L7 W26 W25 W24 W29 Lll W27 L9 LIO W28 LI7 LI6 LIS L20 L23 LI8

2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Ty Evans (FL) UNR 1577 William Roberts Kenneth Huang (IL) 1555 1429 Robert Riddle (IL) 1393 Jeff Venable 1366 Casey Butler 1319 Joseph Stump 1071 John Jernigan 1678 Hans Herr 2069 Dennis Geisleman Greg Steele 1992 Michael Marek 1517 1357 Winston Huang (lL) Richard Anderson (IL) 1304 1460 Orlan Smith (IL) 0989 2S. Brian Wood 0980 26. Paul Kamber

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

1711 1602 1571 1459 1448 1382 1343 1104

16S2
1979 1932 1525 1334 1275 1437 0982 0961

LI4 W17 L4 L3 W10 L7 L6 LI1 W26 L9 W23 L2 L8 L20 LI L5 LI8

W23 W4 W17 W25 W19 W26 W24 LI2 L7 LI4 L9 W22 L21 LIO LI6 LI3 LIS

uu- uu- uLI9 L22 LI6 Ll7 W26 LI7

DI8 L2 L6 W20 L4 L8 L5 W23 DIO W25 L13

W19 L7 WIg L6 L5 W22 W25 W26 LI2 LIO

LIS B"::

2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

O.S
0.0 0.0 PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05.

IPFW Swiss
10/13/97; Fort Wayne, TD: Anthony Peppler
Name Anthony Peppler Dan Steininger Mike Fetcho Dave Naylor Jeffrey Owens Pre 1380 1863 Post 1425 1872 2016 1324 1268 Rd.l BW4 WS L2 L3 Rd.2 W4 D3 D2 LI BRd.3 W3 BLI W5 L4 Sc. 3.0

Indianapolis Action Open
9/27/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. Name Mike Wiseman Michael Anders (OH) Paul Cooper Jimmie Rome Brad Severance Adam Blitzer (OH) John Sparks Benjamin Jeanson Isaac Fox David Gilinsky (OH) Pre 2307 1660 1876 1789 1428 1158 1816 1157p 1320p 0871 Post 2310 1713 1847 1787 1422 1205 1786 1178 1295 0857

TD: Paul Cooper
Rd.2 W7 W5 L4 W3 L2 W8 LI L6 W10 L9 Rd.3 W4 W3 L2 LI D6 D5 D9 WIO D7 L8 Rd.4 W2 LI W8 D7 WI0 W9 D4 L3 L6 L5 Rd.5 W6 W4 W7 L2 W9 LI L3 WIO L5 L8 Sc. 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

2.S
1.5 1.0 1.0

205S
UNR UNR

Rd. 1 W5 W8 W9 W6 L1 L4 W10 L2 L3 L7

Hammond Quick Chess Open
10/18/97; Hammond, TD: William Roberts
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Name Charles Higgins Harry Matlin (IL) Antanas Vilutis Richard Lawrence William Roberts Charles Dailey Steve Emery Clifton Chan Pre 1746 1712 1878 1643 Post 1760 1722 1858 1625 1513 1188 1331 1013p Rd. 1 D7 W6 W5 W8 L3 L2 Dl L4 Rd.2 W2 Ll W4 L3 W7 W8 LS L6 Rd.3 W3 WS LI L6 L2 W4 W8 L7 Rd.4 W6 W3 L2 W7 W8 Ll L4 LS Sc. 3.5 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 0.0

IS14
1167 1329 UNR

Indy Chess Center October Tornado
10/18/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Name Tom Harris Doug Todd Jacek Martynow Frank Klanduch David Kennett Stephen Caputi David Schwartz Joe Filipczak Don Thomas Greg Cline Jerry Crouch Robert Lambrecht Mike Seal David Konnert Leslie Imel Kenneth Tuttle Pre 1940 1869 1787 1332 1675 1654 Post 1944 1885 1773 1401 1652 1651 1601 1608 1558 1509 1549 1316 1400 1334 0844 0937

TD: Mike Turner
Rd.3 W4 W8 WIO LI L7 W9 WS L2 L6 L3 W15 W13 LI2 W16 Lll L14 Rd.4 D2 D1 W7 W12 Wll L3 Sc.

IS96
1573 1566

(A recent Riverpointe event had lots of extra space - why not come to the next one? © Pictured here are (foreground) Don Urquhart & Drew Hollinberger (background) Fred Sanders, Bill Manunen, Paul Cooper, & Wes Smith (clockwise)

IS16
1594 1304 1400 1345 0815 0944

Chessterton September Open
9/27/97; Chesterton, TD: Joe-Alford
PI. o 1. 02. 03. 04. Name Peter Stein (lL) Kevin Bachler (IL) Mike Fetcho James Condron (lL) Bradley Watts (IL) Edward Suarez (IL) George Kamber Harold Henderson Harry Berndt Pre 2196 Post 2215 2153 2055 1978 1925 1919 1917 1864 1625 Rd. 1 W24 W21 W13 W12 W25 W16 W15 W22 W19 Rd.2 W6 W8 W5 Lll L3 LI W18 L2 W20 Rd.3 W7 Wll W9 W14 W16 W12 LI W15 L3 Rd.4 W2 L1 L4 W3 W14 W13 Wll D9 D8 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5

Rd. 1 Rd.2 WI0 W9 W13 W7 L4 W14 W3 Wll W14 L8 L8 W12 W15 L2 W5 W6 W16 L1 W16 LI D12 L4 Dll L6 L2 LIS L5 L3 L7 W13 L9 LIO

3.S 3.S
3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.S 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

uu-

W14 WlS L5 L4 W16 L9 LIO LI3

ECCCQCEll#5
10/21/97; Elkhart; TD: TomR
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. Name John Cole Roger Blaine David Shepard Martin Baldwin Michael Tinunons Pre 1614 1628 1082 1664 1421 Post 1640 1634 1114 1647 1413 Rd.l W3 W7 LI W6 W9 Rd.2 W4 W5 W8 LI L2

21S8
2062 1984 1933 1918 1910 1877 1556

Smith
Rd.3 W2 Ll W6 W7 WI0 Rd.4 W5 W4 D7 L2 LI Sc. 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0

OS.
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JimRohm Vernon Dudley Phil Smeltzer Cameron Donis Nick Donis

1376 1111 1419 0939 0766

1368 1113 1400 0937 0778

LA
L2 LIO L5 W8

WI0 W9 L3 L7 L6

L3

LA
W9 L8 L5

W8 D3 L6 WI0 L9

2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0

Chessterton October Open
10/25/97; Chesterton; TD: Harold Henderson
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. II. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Pre Name 1855 John Cole 1932 Greg Steele Will. Fischbacher (IA) 1703 1669 Daniel Leung (IL) 1652 Hans Herr 1938 George Kamber 1602 William Roberts 1571 Kenneth Huang (IL) Benjamin Swanson 1399 James Condron (IL) 1968 Mikko Matero 1730 1500 Michael Newbanks 1359p Robin Mitchell 1226 Kevin Labaj 1066 Raphael Diehl-Simel 1104 John Jernigan 1789 Daniel Sajkowski 1414 Phil Smeltzer 1334 Winston Huang (IL) William Ferguson (IL) 1263 Richard Anderson (IL) 1232 1465 Orlan Smith (IL) 1591 Brian Studtman 1067 Daniel Widing(IL) 0961 Paul Kamber Post 1880 1932 1722 1686 1667 1914 1594 15S1 1420 1966 1692 1500 1357 1262 1103 1146 1792 1410 1294 1247 1217 1478 1533 1044 0946 Rd.l W18 W12 W20 W13 W19 D22 Dl6 W25 Ll7 W21 L2 Rd.2 W4 W5 w14 LI L2 W7 Wll W19 W15 L8 W20 Ll8 L3 LIO W23 W13 L9 Ll2 W25 Rd.3 W8 L3 W2 W21 W18 LIO W24 Ll W15 W6 W16 W14 W20 Ll2 L9 Lll L5 W25 Ll3 Rd.4 W3 WI0 LI Wll W12 W16 W18 D9 D8 L2 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0

09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07.

Dewayne Crayton Jason Bales Wick Deer Frank Owens Thomas Byers Mike Seal Raphael Diehl-Simel Name David Carter Jeffrey Byrd Jimmy Geisendorff Josh Lewis William Chappell Scott Day Raphael Diehl-Simel James Ramp Robert Lambrecht Gus Miceli Nicholas Ramirez Name Filip Stanek Cary Hudson David Swenson William Fowler Brian Adrianse Thurston Hunt Norbert Matthews Leslie lmel Name Kevin Fyr Michael Page (IL) Nicolas LaBuz Christopher Pieper Geoffrey Estes Philip Schaust Yuri Smith Alberto Gomez Name Reid Hanway Peiyuan Zhang Steven Kolas Ben LaBuz Matthew Hufford Matthew Kelley Mark Lewis Jeffrey Combs Ian Smith Paul Carey Name Matthew Osburn Terrence Miller Drew Schmelzer Karl Grimm Andrew Beyer JeffKarberg Phillip Meiser David Carter Eric Grimm Sam. Summerville Evan Fitzgerald Emily Poisel Henry Lanham Joe McCleary Katrina Chappell Brandon Redmond Patrick McWeeny Michael Murray Anthony Mozzi Charlotte Hass Adam Espinoza

1414 1472 1514 1487 1429 1400 1103 Pre 1303 1384 1246 1278 1301p 1253 1098 1382 1316 1354 1219 Pre 1169 1117 1090 1070 UNR UNR 1149 0844 Pre 1254 1114 1023 1118 1019 1003 1043 1029 Pre 0812 0979 0813 0985 0893p 0871 0858 0908 0889 0851 Pre 0742 0695 0793 0743 0715p 0681 0629 0589 0422p 0701 0699 0615 0589 0549 0482 0407p 0330 0324p UNR UNR UNR

1412 B1476 W6 1473 LI3 1464 LI 1412 Wll 1400 L8 1098 Post 1341 1402 1292 1298 1272 1250 1108 1347 1293 1306 1213 Post 120S 1153 1079 1076 1030 1131 1103 0819 Post 1253 1130 1072 1111 1032 1015 1021 0968 Post 0874 0995 0857 0969 0893 0873 0866 0888 0851 0792 Post 0773 0736 0791 0749 0724 0712 0662 0610 0618 0680 0683 0600 0587 0556 0494 0480 0340 0370 0679 0487 0561

L2

LA
W14 L7 LI LII

uRd. I W5 W4 WI0 L2 LI L8

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L6 D5 L3 W14 L7 LI2

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2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 Sc. 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 Sc. 3.5 3.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 Sc. 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 Sc. 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.0 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

Rd.2 Wll D3 D2 WI0

BL9 W8 L7 W6

BW6 LII L3 W9 Rd.l W6 W8 L5 W7 W3 Ll

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LA
LI Rd.2 W4 W5 W8 Ll L2 W7 L6 L3 Rd.2 W7 L3 W2 W6 W8

Rd.3 W7 W8 W9 Wll LIO BLI L2 L3 W5

Rd.4 D2 Dl D4 D~ W7 WI0 L5 D9 DS L6

u-LA

LA
Rd.3 D2 Dl L6 W5

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LA
L5 W24 W21 W19 L6 L7 Ll5 W25 L14

W23 W24 D7 W9 Ll L5 L3 L11 D6 Ll4 Ll5 L8

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LA
W3 WS L7 Rd.3 L3 W7 WI W5

LA
L2 Rd. 1 W5 W6 W4 L3 LI L2 W8 L7 Rd. 1 W9 W7 W5 W6 L3

Rd.4 W7 W6 W4 L3 W8 L2 Ll L5 Rd.4 W4 W8 L5 Ll W3 W7 L6 L2 Rd.4 W3 W4 Ll L2 W8 WlO W9 L5 L7 L6 Rd.4 D2 Dl W13 W14 W15 W16 W20 W19 Wll W28 L9 W27 L3

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1997 ISCA Indiana Class Championships
9/27/97; Indianapolis,
PI. o I. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Name Murray Newcomb Phil Steinen (OH) Drew Hollinberger Vern Cloud Tom Harris Jay Carr Doug Todd Jacek Martynow Pre 2104 2030 1824 ~1847 . '1944 1902 1885 1773 Pre 1668 1704 1651 1621 1604 1880 1746 1682 1630 1706 1652 1600 1716 1632 Pre 1602 1482 1608 1525 1415 1582 1558 1504 Post 211S 2059 1856 1868 1922 1875 1861 1742 Post 1726 1722 1687 1665 1644 1850 1730 1673 1636 1675 1628 1561 1688 1604 Post 1646 1533 1629 1543 1410 1567 1549 1499

LA
Ll L5 Rd.2 W4 W8 W6 Ll W7 L3 L5 L2 WlO L9 Rd.2 W10 W5 W9 W16 L2 W11 W12 W23 L3 Ll L6 L7 W17 W18 W28

TD: Dave Barker
Rd.2 W5 W3 L2 W6 Ll Rd.3 D2 Dl W5 W7 L3 W8 Rd.4 W4 W7 HLl Sc. 3.5 3.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 Sc. 4,0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0

os.

Rd. 1 W7 W4 W6 L2 W8 L3 Ll L5 Rd.l W14 W11 W10 W8 W13 L9 L5 W7

LA
W8 L7 Rd.2 W12 W6 L5 W9 W3 L2 WI0 w14

LA
L6 Rd.3 W5 W4 W12 L2 Ll WI0 W11 L9 W8 L6 L7 L3

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PI. Name Bill Corbin 02. Bernard Parham II 03. Stephen Caputi 04. Mark Neff 05. Bryan Lilienkarnp 06. John Cole 07. Roger Blaine 08. GaryFox 09. Daniel Bryant 10. Daniel Watson 11. David Kennett 12. Monte Rose 13. Solomon Kennedy 14. Tom Black

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PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06, 07. 08. 09. 10. PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

LA
W9 WlO Dl L6 L7 Rd.3 W6 W7 W23 W19 W18 LI L2 W25 W22 LI6 W27

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L2 WlO Ll L8 Rd. 1 W15 W14 L6 L7 W12 W3 W4 LlO W26 W8 W13 L5 Lll L2 Ll W25 W29 W22 L27 L28

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W11 L5 W12 L8 LlO

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L7 W13 Ll L11 L8 Rd.2 W13 W9 W6 W10 L8 L3 W12 W5

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PI. o I. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08.

Name Michael Vidulich Edward Russell Joe Filipczak Gerald Thomas Richard Hornor (IL) Jerry Christner Don Thomas William Stanley

LA
W3

BLI0 L2 W14

Rd.3 W8 D4 W11 D2 D10 W9 W13 Ll

Rd.4 W4 W8 W7 Ll

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L5 L6 W25 W24 L8 L7 W29

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L13 Ll4 W27

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W26 L14

BW26

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Chess In Indiana

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22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

Seth Staggs Scott Sclunelzer Adam Espinoza Joe Weston Erin Coonrod Tony Martin Joshua Gurley Anthony Mullis

UNR 0350p UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR

0663 0376 0232 0300 0349 0523 0465 0211

LI9 W24 L23 LI6 L9 W20 W21 LI7

W29 L8 L25 W24 L21 LI9 LI5 L22

L9 L3 W29 L8 L20 LII L13 L24

W23 L22 LI8 LI7 BL12 LIO L21

2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

ECCCQCEll#6
11104/97; Elkhart; TD: Tom R. Smith
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. John Cole 02. Ronnie Yoder 03. Martin Baldwin 04. Josh Lewis 05. Roger Blaine 06. Michael Timmons 07. Phil Smeltzer 08. Jim Rolun 09. Matthew Miller 10. Kenneth Cole II. Scott DeWilde 12. Don. Hershberger 13. Cameron Donis 14. Vemon Dudley Pre 1640 2091 1647 1443 1634 1413 1400 1368 1070 1115 0928 1321 0937 1113 Post 1672 2075 1648 1459 1623 1402 1400 1376 1081 1117 0947 1302 0942 1075 Rd.l W14 W12 W8 W11 WlO W13 W9 L3 L7 L5 lA L2 L6 Ll Rd.2 W2 LI W6 WI2 W7 L3 L5 W13 WI0 L9 WI4 lA L8 Lll Rd.3 W3 W8 LI W5 lA W9 W11 L2 L6 D12 L7 DIO W14 L13 Rd.4 W4 W5 W7 LI L2 L8 L3 W6 W13 W14 D12 D11 L9 LIO SC. 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0

02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Bemard Parham Eddie Barber (KY) Stephen Wargel Donald Lutz (KY) David Niles Bruce Jackson Arthur Morris David Knight Marquis Quinn (KY) Frank Egulf (TN) Andrew Baker Randy Brockman Brian Green

2162 1873 1844 1720 1484 1357 1203 1175 1472 1674 1602 1436 1021p

2149 1873 1858 1708 1501 1384 1218 1167 1478 1647 1597 1419 0998

W6 W13 W7 W8 L2 lA L5 LII DI W9 W14 L3 LI2

W11 W5 W12 L3 LI W14 W9 L8 W13 L2 lA LIO L7

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LI W7 W5 lA WlO L3 W14 SL6

3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0
1.5

1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

ISCA Indiana Grade Champisonships 1997-98
10/18/97; Fort Wayne; TD: Dave Barker
High School PI. Name 01. Jeremy Fazli 02. Kevin Labaj 03. Philip Schaust 04. Steven Kolas 05. Terrence Miller 06. Ryan Brown 07. Ian Brown 08. Nick Patterson 09. Jonathon Lamb 10. Jeffrey Combs 11. Matthew Kelley 12. Kevin Marciniak 13. James Hooper 14. Matt Mazalouskas 15. Christopherr Vicoli 16. Sarah Bair 17. Carlos Lugo 18. David Jachyra 19. Luther Mosley (VA) 20. Ron Kelsey 21. Eric Kroh 22. Casey Kroh Middle School PI. Name 01. James Cates 02. Patrick Mihelich 03. Eric Reyes 04. Jason Hamilton 05. Daniel Lynch 06. Joshua Doust 07. Blake Burke 08. Matthew Randall 09. Benj. Aeschliman 10. Ben Fisher 11. Lauren Skiles 12. Alex Frank 13. Jared Dudgeon 14. Rachel Reyes 15. Shad Arteaga 16. Bobby Eckert 17. Daniel Schloss 18. Ross Green 19. Daniel Hayat 20. Andrew Lelunan 21. Soren Peterson 22. David Furman 23. Kevin Schaeffer Elementary Section PI. Name 01. Stefan Bumol 02. Nathaniel Boggs 03. Raphael Diehl-Simel 04. Lukasz Jachyra Pre 1623 1262 1015 0857 0736 1383 1265 0923 0897 0888 0873 0835 0808 UNR 0914 0446p UNR 0936 UNR UNR UNR UNR Post 1597 1249 1079 0940 0800 1329 1245 0945 0917 0871 0878 0846 0789 0839 0924 0540 0719 0869 0646 0624 0497 0425 Rd.l Wll lA W14 W2 W13 W8 W12 L6 W17 W22 LI L7 L5 L3 W20 DI9 L9 W21 D16 LI5 LI8 LIO Rd.2 WI0 W19 W5 W18 L3 LI5 W9 W20 L7 LI W22 W17 LI4 W13 W6 W21 LI2 lA L2 L8 Ll6 LIl Rd.3 L3 W8 WI W16 DI0 W11 W15 L2 W14 D5 L6 D18 W22 L9 L7 lA W21 D12 L20 W19 Ll7 L13 Rd.4 W4 W15 W7 LI W18 W9 L3 W17 L6 LI2 W20 WI0 DI6 W22 L2 DB L8 L5 W21 L11 Ll9 LI4 Rd.5 W7 W3 L2 W6 W12 lA LI W15 W16 W19 DI4 L5 W18 Dll L8 L9 W20 LI3 LIO LI7 W22 L21 Sc. 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0

Nugatory Nudniks of November
1111 &1118/97; Middlebury; TD: Joe Riegsecker
Open Section PI. Name 01. John Cole 02. Dan Shenk 03. Mikko Matero 04. Robin Mitchell 05. Kevin Fyr 06. Filip Stanek 07. Daniel Bryant 08. Casey Butler 09. Richard Higgins (MI) 10. Kenneth Cole ':. . 11. Stephen Brown 12. John Clark 13. Richard Neely (MI) 14. Josh Lewis 15. Robert Lewis 16. Eric Harrell 17. Cory Stutzman 18. Ryan Sink 19. Steve Harrell Pre 1850 1759 1692 1357p 1253 1208 1636 1382 1309 1151 0871p 1498 1427 1298 0976 0821 0664 0619 0451p Post 1867 1752 1679 1391 1279 1261 1598 1383 1330 1157 0941 1472 1404 1281 0970 0816 0649 0627 0487 Rd. 1 W4 SL6 LI W18 W3 WI0 W16 W19 L7 LI3 W15 W11 W17 LI2 L8 LI4 L5 L9 Rd2 W8 W14 W16 W18 W7 W13 L5 LI WI2 HW19 L9 L6 L2 W17 L3 L15 lA Lll Rd.3 W5 W9 W14 DI2 Ll L7 W6 Wll L2 W15 L8 D4 L3 LIO W18 W19 LI6 LI7 Rd.4 W2 Ll W7 W14 D6 D5 L3 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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Twin Lakes Club Tournament
11/8/97; Monticello; TD: Nelson Weaver
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08, Name Michael D Brooks. John Boyer Reid Hanway Chris. Davidson Sean Motel Matthew Banes Kenneth Wakeland Robby Lyons Pre 1003 1118 0874 1158 1016 0879 0792 0874 Post 1053 1110 0902 1135 1010 0870 0792 0842 Rd. 1 W7 W8 Ws W6 L3' lA LI L2 Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 LI W8 L7 W6 L5 Rd.3 W2 LI W7 D5 D4 W8 L3 L6 Sc. 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.0

Pre 1138 1130 0749 1048 1002 0902 0776 0763 0705p 0559 0511 0640p UNR 1240p 0777 0601 UNR UNR UNR 0438p UNR UNR UNR

Post 1149 1145 0809 1053 0998 0909 0785 0768 0725 0596 0542 0771 0907 0998 0742 0584 0425 0596 0629 0479 0509 0284 0451

Rd. 1 W20 WlO W17 W16 W23 W22 W19 W18 L13 L2 SW14 W9 LI2 L21 lA L3 L8 L7 LI W15 L6 L5

Rd.2 W11 W8 W5 W12 L3 W13 W21 L2 W22 W17 LI lA L6 W20 W18 BLlO LI5 W23 L14 L7 L9 LI9

Rd.3 W3 W6 LI W7 W16 L2 lA W19 W21 LI4 W15 D13 D12 WlO L11 L5 SW23 L8 W22 L9 L20 LI8

Rd.4 D5 D4 W7 D2 DI W9 L3 Wll L6 W21 L8 WI5 W14 L13 LI2 LI8 W23 W16 W20 LI9 LIO BLI7

Rd. 5 Sc. W4 4.5 W13 4.5 W8 4.0 3.5 LI W6 3.5 L5 3.0 W12 3.0 L3 3.0 W19 3.0 W18 3.0 W17 3.0 L7 2.5 L2 2.5 2.0 LI5 W14 2.0 W22 2.0 2.0 L11 2.0 LIO L9 2.0 L23 1.0 u-- 1.0 LI6 1.0 W20 1.0

New Club Open
10/4/97; Evansville; TD: Andrew Baker
Pre PI. Name 01. Pau. Halford-Mech (IL) 1944 Post 1969 Rd.l DI0 Rd2 W6 Rd.3 W3 Rd.4 W2 Sc. 3.5

Pre 1239 1235 1108 0932

Post 1248 1247 1115 0921

Rd.l W29 W39 W25 W43

Rd.2 W11 W15 W16 W21

Rd.3 W6 W12 W26 LlO

Rd.4 W9 W7 WI0 W27

Rd.5 D2 Dl D7 W20

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4.5 4.5 4.5 4.0

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Chess In Indiana

Nov 97-Mar 98

11. 12. 13. 14. IS. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Don Morrison Jess Morgan Natalie Studtman Scott Sclunelzer Forest Beahrs Steven Ahlrichs Evan Hanley Brock White Sam Dragon T J Nicodemus Sonia Shah Alex Stoddard

0286 UNR 0606 037S UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR 0370p 0327p UNR

0324 0716 OSS6 0382 OS96 0419 0449 0552 0436 0377 0319 0281

W21 L2 LI7 W19 L20 LIO W13 L5 LI4 W1S LII L6

L4 Dl9 W22 L3 L9 W18 L21 LI6 D12 LS W17 LI3

DI0 HL4 LI6 W22 W14 L6 W19 LI8 L8 L9 LI5

W16 HLIO W21 W18 LII W22 LI5 HL7 LI4 LI7

L9 WlS W20 L8 LI2 L7 LS W21 D22 LI3 LI8 D19

2.S 2.S 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 O.S

Indianapolis Action Open
11/01197; Indianapolis,
(Young Champions: l-r Danny Grossman, Johnny Trischler, and Forest Beahrs, Indiana's 2ndGrade, I" Grade, & Kindergarten Champions, respectively) OS. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 3S. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. Neil Shah Matt Fisher David Hedriana Nat Grossman Aaron Mitchell-Dick Lorenz Isidro Billy Trischler Charles Guse Drew Sclunelzer Thomas Bonifield Joshua Schwartz Jon Aeschliman Michael Fry Elizabeth Miranda William Weber Kimberly Hamilton Kenneth Baker Brandon Lew Brad Armstrong Bradley Zimmerman Paddy McMahon David Nott Michael Lew Joe Berghoff Jessica Voors Adam Krueger Joseph Robinson Heather Turner Derek Schatzlein John Fichter Doug Furman Jeremy Harmeyer Lucas Larson Meredith Scott Josia Schwab Michael Storch Stephen Reusser Andrew Mclntosh Jeremy Gibson Cody Swager Shea Thompson Keatan William Elizabeth Schloss 0929 0834 1028 09S6 0940 0674 0648 0816 0791 0715 0701 0694p 0687 0673 06S1 0630 0587 0388p UNR UNR 0491p 0738 0644 0585p 0520 ,,9341p 0262p UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR 0549p UNR UNR 0231p 0166p UNR UNR UNR UNR 0925 0858 1036 0928 0936 0742 0705 0815 0799 0711 0707 0731 0699 0678 0670 0655 0601 0550 0799 0741 0570 0718 0638 0599 OS41 0378 0434 0432 0513 0477 0568 0621 0573 0623 0547 0483 0508 0325 0220 0196 0361 0469 0203 W31 W38 W22 W30 W42 W33 W23 W46 W37 L24 W35 W41 W34 W47 LIO W28 W17 LI9 W18 W5 L1 W27 W20 L23 L2 L3 L7 L9 W8 L13 L4 W33 W14 L26 W35 W24 Ll2 L6 W34 L41 W45 L37 L22 L29 L25 D39 W32 W44 D36 L46 W30 W47 BL38 L31 W40 L42 W29 LI W13 W25 W19 W4 W42 L2 L7 W39 L22 W31 W43 W46 L9 W41 L38 W15 W36 W28 L8 L3 W37 L244 L5 W17 W29 L2 W18 LI L3 W24 L22 W38 W42 W46 L23 L5 L8 L6 W26 W43 W12 W16 Lll D41 L20 L4 W35 W37 W34 W33 W13 W22 D3 D10 Dll D8 D9 W23 L5 W28 W27 W29 W38 W31 W30 L4 W26 L6 Ll2 W41 W39 L21 L15 LI4 LI6 L19 L18 W47 W46 W43 W40 W42 W45 LI7 L25 L35 L24 L36 L34 BL37 L33 L32 4.0 4.0 3.S 3.S 3.S 3.S 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0
1.5

TD: Paul Cooper
Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 LI W8 D7 D6 L5 Rd.3 W2 LI W8 W6 W7 L4 LS L3 Rd.4 W3 W7 LI D5 D4 W8 L2 L6 Rd.S W7 W8 WS L3 Sc. S.O 3.S 2.S 2.S 2.S 2.0 1.0 0.0

PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08.

Name Mike Wiseman Paul Cooper John Cole JeffQuerner Jimmie Rome Larry Boswell William Fink (FL) David Konnert

Pre 2310 1847 1867 1795 1787 180S 1853 1334

Post 2317 1877 1861 1811 1793 1794 181S 1324

Rd. 1 WS D6 D7 W8 Ll D2 D3 L4

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11108/97; Monticello, TD: Nelson Weaver
Novice Section PI. Name 01. Ryan Arnett 02. Ryan Buyer 03. Robert Wakeland 04. JeffKarberg 05. Ryan Harvey 06. Carey Stevens 07. Nehemiah Wyant 08. John Budd 09. Justin Boardman 10. Margaret Powers Advanced Section PI. Name 01. Michael Brooks 02. John Boyer 03. Reid Hanway 04. Chris. Davidson 05. Sean Motel 06. Matthew Banes 07. Kenneth Wakeland 08. Robby Lyons Pre 0692 0799 0585 0712 0652p UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR Post 0758 0801 0636 0695 0649 0657 0667 0502 0525 03S0 Rd. 1 W5 W9 W6 W8 L1 L3 WI0 L4 L2 L7 Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 L1 W8 W10 W9 LS L7 L6 Rd3 W2 LI W5 W7 L3 W8 L4 L6 W10 L9 Rd.4 W7 W6 W4 L3 W9 L2 L1 W10 L5 L8 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

W32 W45 L7 Lll W14 L3 W36 W40 W44 LI L8 L5 L20 LIO L17 LI5 L26 L13 L6 L2 L27 LI6 L9 L4 L28 L21 LI2 LI8

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BL16 L33 W32 W44 W45 L23 L27 W21 L14 W47 L20 LI1 L17 L34 L35 L18 L40

BL31 L30 L28 D40 L29 L13 W47 D36 D25 L14 L21 L4S W44 L15 L39

Pre 1003 1118 0874 1158 1016 0879 0792 0874

Post 1053 1110 0902 113S 1010 0870 0792 0842

Rd1 W7 W8 W5 W6 L3 L4 L1 L2

Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 L1 W8 L7 W6 L5

Rd.3 W2 LI W7 D5 D4 W8 L3 L6

Sc. 3.0 2.0 2.0
1.5 1.5

1.0 1.0 0.0

1.5
1.5

97 November Open
11108/97; Evansville, TD: Andrew Baker
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Andrew Baker Donald Hanebutt Bruce Jackson David Knight Randy Brockman Arthur Morris

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Pre
1597 1676 1384 1167 1419 1218

Primary Section PI. Name 01. Danny Grossman 02. Jonathan Risting 03. Johnny Trischler 04. Henry Lanham os. Krista Selby 06. Michael Weber 07. Drew Riffel 08. Tom Alan 09. Greg Zimmerman 10. Samuel Aune

Pre 0767 0710 0637 0587 0685 0433 0234p UNR UNR 0450

Post 0807 0738 0676 0640 0672 0471 0380 0685 0693 0469

Rd. 1 Rd.2' W7 WI0 W12 W6 W9 W14 W8 Wi1 W18 W20 W22 L2 Ll L8 L4 W7 L3 W1S W16 Ll

Rd.3 W3 W5 L1 W13 L2 W17

BW20 W21 Dll

Rd.4 W2 L1 W8 W5 L4 W9 W20 L3 L6 W13

Rd.S W4 W10 W6 Ll W17 L3 W16 W14 Wll L2

Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5

Post 1614 1670 1379 1213 1378 1206

Rd. 1 W6 D3 D2 W5 L4 L1

Rd.2 W4 W5 W6 L1 L2 L3

Rd.3 D2 Dl L4 W3

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Cornucopia of Quick Chess
11112/97; Terre Haute, TD: Steve Steppe
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. Craig Stauffer 02. Steve Steppe 03. Christopher Johnson Pre 2227 1799 1750 Post 2229 1796 1757 Rd. 1 W8 WS Wll Rd.2 W6 D4 W7 Rd.3 W3 D6 L1 Rd.4 W4 W10 W8 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0

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04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Tom Cassidy Curtis Anderson Larry Boswell H L Wehrmeister David Frey Jim Roy Matthew Fouts Edward Hodge Carl Heldebrandt (IL) Mark Fouts Maria Fouts

1716 1415 1692 1578 1423 1412 0773 1181 1040 0852 0660

1723 1429 1688 1568 1431 1398 0801 1160 1039 0844 0652

W13 L2 W12 WI0 LI W14 L7 L3 L6 L4 L9

D2 W13 LI L3 W9 L8 Wll LIO W14 L5 LI2

W7 W9 D2 L4 W12 L5 W13 W14 L8 LIO LII

LI D6 D5 W12 L3 Wll L2 L9 L7 W14 L13

2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Nugatory Nudniks of November
11101-11/08/97; Middlebury, TO: Joe Riegsecker
U1400 Section PI. Name 01. Jeffrey Bauman 02. Kevin Fyr 03. Filip Stanek 04. Richard Anderson (IL) 05. Joe OdIe 06. Jason Shenk 07. Vernon Dudley 08. War. Malueg-Latti (IL) 09. Suhale Manzoor 10. Michael Honderich 11. Dwayne OdIe 12. Tim Nafziger 13. Jimmie Gibson 14. Matthew Miller 15. Mark Bauman 16. Ryan Sink 17. Parker Snowden 18. Chris Harris 19. Aaron Schwinn 20. Cory Stutzman 21. Jan-Aar. Klaassen 22. Bryan Kauffinan 23. James Perkins 24. Ben Jacobs Pre 1013 1279 1261 1217 1064p 1005 0977 0910p 0894p 0832 0796p UNR 1242 0977 0712 0627 0586 UNR UNR 0649 UNR UNR 0834 UNR Post 1064 1304 1259 1204 1009 1006 0990 0887 0920 0863 0821 0957 1220 0940 0722 0671 0606 0803 0711 0639 0643 0555 0808 0363 Rd.1 W19 Wll W20 BLI6 W24 W21 LI LI2 W18 L2 W9 W15 W22 LI3 W5 W23 LIO LI L3 L7 LI4 L17 L6 Rd.2 W17 W14 WI0 L7 W8 W12 W4 L5 W21 L3 W24 L6 W16 L2 W22 LI3 LI W19 LI8 BL9 LI5 Lll Rd.3 W13 W6 W7 W15 W20 L2 L3 BW17 W12 LI8 LIO LI LI6 L4 W14 L9 Wll W21 L5 LI9 W24 L22 Rd.4 L4 W3 L2 WI L9 W18 W16 W17 W5 LI4 W22 W20 UWlO W19 L7 L8 L6 LI5 L12 W24 Lll L21 Rd. 5 W6 D4 W9 D2 W7 LI L5 W18 L3 W16 W15 W14 ULI2 Lll LIO W24 L8 W22 D21 D20 LI9 LI7 Sc. 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 0.0 0.0

02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Ronnie Yoder Martin Baldwin Roger Blaine Phil Smeltzer Tom Smith Josh Lewis Sam Elzerman David shepard Vernon Dudley Scott DeWilde Don. Hershberger Matthew Miller Eric Harrell Nick Donis Cameron Donis

2075 1648 1623 1400 1551 1459 1331 1114 1075 0947 1302 1081 0890 0778 0942

2059 1651 1613 1400 1538 1457 1328 1141 1078 0974 1267 1070 0893 0792 0923

W8 WI0 L9 W16 W14 Wll L2 W4 L3 L7 LI5 LI L6 W12 L5

W5 W7 W16 L2 W9 L3 W13 L6 W14 D12 DII L8 LIO LI L4

LI W6 W15 W8 L3 W9 L5 L7 LI2 W13 WIO Lll W16 L4 LI4

W7 Ll W6 Dll L4 L2 W14 W12 W15 D5 L9 W16 L8. LIO LI3

3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

IPFW Swiss
10/21197; Fort Wayne, TO: Anthony Peppler
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. Name Anthony Peppler Angelo Fleming Charly Butcher Dave Naylor Jeffrey Owens Pre 1428 1617 1334 1324p 1268p Post 1463 1601 1330 1342 1132 Rd. 1 BW4 W5 L2 L3 Rd.2 W3 W5 LI BL2 Rd.3 W2 LI BW5 L4 Sc. 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 0.0

IPFW Swiss
11104/97; Fort Wayne, TO: Anthony Peppler
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Dan Steininger William Fink (FL) Mike Fetcho Anthony Peppler Charly Butcher Dave Naylor Pre 1872 1815 2016 1463 1330 1342p Post 1873 1843 1994 1466 1341 1272 Rd.1 W6 W5 W4 L3 L2 LI Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 LI W6 L5 Rd.3 D2 D1 W5 W6 L3 L4 Sc. 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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Hoogovens Chess Festival 1997
11128/97; Merrillville,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Loek Van Wely Jan Timman Alexander Yermolinsky Yasser Seirawan Jeroen Piket Tal Shaked Pre 2711 UNR 2686 2698 2655 2567 Post 2724 2823 2694 2697 2643 2558

TO: Carol Jarecki
Rd.2 W6 D5 W4 L3 D2 Ll Rd.3 D3 W6 DI W5 L4 L2 Rd.4 W4 D3 D2 LI D6 D5 Rd.5 W5 D4 D6 D2 Ll D3 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.5 1.5 1.0

Indy Chess Center November Tornado
11/08/97;;Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Name Andy Alexander Jimmie Rome John Easter Stephen Caputi Rodney Howell Mike Wiseman Drew Hollinberger Jon Barnes (KY) David Kennett Jerome Pachiarz Mike Seal Tom Harris Phillip Meyers Joe Filipczak David Schwartz Barry Hohngren William Fowler Frank Klanduch Danny Lovejoy Leslie Imel Pre 1814 1793 1780 1743 1958 2317 1856 1778 1622 1414p 1400 1905 1824 1617 1612 1337 1076 1401 1149 0819 Post 1837 1839 1825 1755 1933 2296 1841 1738 1603 1458 1419 1900 1824 1617 1586 1329 1105 1391 1142 0816

TO: Mike Turner
Rd. 1 W18 Wll W19 W20 W15 W9 W16 LI7 L6 LI2 L2 WI0 Rd.2 D5 W4 W12 L2 Dl W7 L6 W16 W17 W19 W20 L3 Rd.3 W8 W6 W5 WI0 L3 L2 W15 LI LII L4 W9 UW19 UL7 W20 UUL13 L16

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D3 D2 W7 W19 FL4 Wll W16 W15 L8 U-

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uL5 LI4

W20 LIO L9 U-

Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Rd. 1 L2 WI D5 W6 D3 L4

Michigan City Fall Scholastic
11115/97; Michigan City, TO: Jeffery Studtman
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Name Jeffery Studtman Cameron Pulaski Matt Noel John Pimentel Phillip Pimentel Joel Zawacki Joseph Nelson TomWilk Charles Guse Joel Young John Ramos Christopher Ebsch Daniel East(Ml) Paul Kamber Wayne Osenkarski Emerson Spartz Michael East (Ml) Warren Swanson Brandon Heuer Eric Gann Pre 1248 1165 0968 1077 1060 0900 0869 0854 0815 0774 0768 0921 0982 0946 0934 0869 0853 0851 0818 0770 Post 1259 1185 1010 1081 1070 0894 0879 0886 0842 0830 0809 0921 0947 0936 0918 0840 0840 0844 0804 0758 Rd.l W39 W37 W41 W31 W38 W33 W47 W44 W56 W48 W55 W45 L40 W36 W43 W46 W42 W52 W53 W49 Rd.2 W19 W22 D10 Wll W20 L29 W40 W34 W25 D3 L4 W26 W32 W23 W21 L35 W28 W24 LI L5 Rd.3 W8 W12 W13 W7 W17 W37 L4 LI LI4 W16 W40 L2 L3 W9 W29 LIO L5 W35 W38 W52 Rd.4 W5 W14 W18 W15 LI W34 W27 W21 W30 D12 W35 DIO W44 L2 L4 W52 L23 L3 L29 L26 Rd.5 D2 D1 W4 L3 W22 W26 W29 W23 W15 W18 W14 W25 W35 Lll L9 W31 W39 LIO W40 W41 Sc. 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

ECCCQCEll#7
11118/97; Elkhart, TO: Torn R Smith
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. John Cole Pre 1672 Post 1699 Rd. 1 W13 Rd.2 W15 Rd.3 W2 Rd.4 W3 Sc. 4.0

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Matt Zawacki Mark Miller Charles Bauer Todd Taylor James Danko Alex. Osenkarski Brian Hunter Jeremiah Mensing Michael Phillips Natalie Studtman Patrick Studtman Tommy Pimentel Joey Wilk Travis Studtman Josh Hever Kara Bloomer Brian Swanson Cory Cook Bennie Pabon Dylan Spartz Alex Kintzele Hohn Hillyer Jack Igelski Kyle Nieman Arie Lyles Stephan Phillips Ryan Gann Du Zandstra Jason Sanders Joey Lenart Eric Sturgill Alex Jeffrey Adam Krueger T J Nicodemus Derrick Ssssanders Cameron Van Cleef Olivia Nelson Phillip Harris Zacky Zandstra Katie Dolan Merlyn Murphy Colin Martin

0747 0725 0715 0655 0653 0628 0628 0625p 0604 0556 0641 0596 0453 0719 0717 0570 0565 0553 0551 0537 0518 0497 0496 0489 0464 0400 0388 0187p 0296p UNR UNR 0533 0378p 0377p 0342p 0339 0143p 0112 0100p UNR UNR 0215p

0742 0742 0728 0659 0675 0649 0623 0653 0653 0579 0632 0588 0460 0688 0711 0546 0553 0549 0553 0564 0518 0483 0491 0488 0463 0421 0382 0355 0288 0404 0328 0507 0348 0326 0312 0320 0157 0120 0123 0317 0222 0151

W62 W54 W58 W60 W30 W51 L28 W27 W50 L25 D61 L6 W57 W59 Ll4 L2 L5 Ll W13 1.3 Ll7 Ll5 L8 Ll2 Ll6 L7 LIO L20 L29 L26 LI8 Ll9 L22 Lll L9 1.34 L23 1.35 L24 032 L21

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3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2:0 2.0

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Orchard Fall 1997 Scholastic
11/0 1/97 ;~Indianapolis, TD: Rick Roberts
8th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. Patrick Mihelich 02. Steven Gentry 03. Yuri Smith 04. Paul Augustus 05. Eric Reyes 06. Lauren Skiles 07. Jason Baker 08. Christopher Pieper 09. Thomas Reives 10. Corrie Hovee II. Ian Smith 12. Alan Rosenbaum 13. Paul Carey 14. Matthew Osburn 15. Linden Weiserda 16. Sam. Summerville 17. Neil Shah 18. Joe McCleary 19. Brian Schaust 20. Alberto Gomez 21. Mark Lewis 22. Shad Arteaga 23. James Shrake 24. Gelen Georgiou 25. Ben Fisher 26. Kyle Keith Pre 1145 1095 1021 0887 0809 0542 1185 1111 0954 0871 0851 0805 0792 0773 0767 0680 0925 0556 1240p 0968 0866 0742 0701 0581 0571 0496p Post 1176 1109 1043 0924 0870 0640 1170 1081 0943 0865 0844 0785 0777 0790 0814 0702 0887 0589 0967 0932 0820 0767 0677 0584 0588 0551 Rd. 1 W5 W14 W25 W31 Ll Lll W23 WI6 WI8 W28 W6 W33 W29 L2 W27 L8 W30. L9 L22 W26 W32 W19 L7 Rd.2 WI3 WI0 W12 L8 W31 W23 W21 W4 WI5 L2 L20 1.3 Ll W28 L9 L24, L22 W33 W26 Wll L7 W17 L6 WI6 W29 LI9 Rd.3 W9 W22 W8 W14 Wll WIO W20 1.3 Ll L6 L5 W32 LI8 I:A W19 W29 W24 W13 Ll5 L7 W25 L2 L27 Ll7 L21 L28 Rd.4 D7 W3 L2 W24 W20 W21 01 L15 W22 W31 W25 W27 W32 W33 W8 WI9 D18 D17 L16 L5 L6 L9 W28 Rd.5 W2 Ll W15 W7 W9 W12 Sc. 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

5th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. Stefan Bumol 02. Peiyuan Zhang 03. Larry Stropes 04. David Hedriana 05. Nat Grossman 06. Lukasz Jachyra 07. Aaron Mitchell-Dick 08. Chris Appel 09. Matt Fisher 10. Michael Fry II. Drew Schmelzer 12. Bradley Zimmerman 13. David Minster 14. Andrew Irwin 15. Monika Grzesiak 16. Kyle Augustinowic 17. James Carter 18. Johnathon Keith 19. Edward Peterson 20. Matthew Davis 21. Paul McAndrews 22. David Carter 23. Michael Lew 24. Scott Meredith 25. Kenneth Baker 26. Stephanie Gentry 27. Karol Grzesiak 28. Cullen Taylor 29. Evan Fitzgerald 30. Lucas Larson 31. Bienni. Weiswerda 32. Tom Halsema 33. Martin Hanley 34. Brad Armstrong 3n1 Grade & Under PI. Name 01. Henry Lanham 02. George Holt 03. Jacob Haddad 04. Jonathan Risting 05. Danny Grossman 06. Michael Harris 07. Krista Selby 08. R Coert. Williams 09. Eric Lane 10. Joseph Bruder II. Alexander Zience 12. Paul Grimm 13. Steven Campbell 14. Brandon Lew 15. Jessica Voors 16. Luke Hovee 17. Patrick Stropes 18. Patrick McWeeny 19. Eric Nicholas 20. Cole Herman 21. Duncan Louden 22. Lee Mandel 23. Brian Federman 24. Adam Espinoza 25. Greg Zimmerman 26. Tom Alan 27. Przemek Grzesiak 28. Nic. Augustinowic

Pre 1286 0995 0943 1042 0953 0921 0913 0910 0908 0862 0787 0741p 0691 0683 0566 0344p 0731 1093p 0951 0845p 0799 0667 0638 0623p 0601 0536 0532 0505 0671 0573p 0535 0360 UNR 0799p

Post 1287 1044 0969 1029 0950 0946 0905 0927 0928 0869 0780 0768 0728 0710 0613 0494 0741 0858 0916 0689 0753 0662 0635 0622 0621 0553 0570 0512 0608 0408 0500 0365 0435 0611

Rd. I W25 W22 W28 W23 WI5 W27 W26 W31 W32 WI8 W24 Ll4 W20 WI2 L5 L21 D34 LlO W30 L13 W16 L2

Rd.2 W9 Wll WI9 W21 WI4 WIO 017 W34 Ll L6 L2 W32 W23 L5 W30 L28 D7 W26 1.3 L27 L24 L13 W22 W29 LI8 W20 W16 L25 L15 1.33 LI2 W31 L8

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Rd.4 D2 DI W1,4 L8 W25 WI3 W33 W4 WI5 DI7 W31 WI9 L6 1.3 L9 W29 DIO L22 LI2 L23 L27 W18 W20 W28 L5 W34 W2 L24 Ll6 1.32 Lli W30 L7 L26

Rd.5 W6 W8 WI3 WI7 D9 Ll WI2 L2 D5 W27 W23 L7 1.3 W24 W22 W25 W34 UW29 W32 Ll5 Lli Ll4 Ll6 W31 LlO W33 L20 BL26 L21 L28 Ll8

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Post 0770 0735 0929 0792 0800 0799 0787 0689 0697 0776 0671 0610 0574 0570 0536 0515 0468 0479 0477 0399 0373 0385 0754 0557 0562 0472 0524 0548

Rd. I W25 W22 WI3 W32 W30 W33 W43 W45 WI8 Dll DIO W38 1.3 W31 W39 W23 W46 L9 W34 L24 W26 L2 LI6 W20 Ll L21 W41 W36

Rd.2 WI5 W21 W12 W40 W28 W35 WI4 L9 W8 W43 W25 1.3 W45 L7 LI Ll9 L27 W34 W16 W41 L2 W26 W46 w38 Lll L22 W17 L5

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27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

Nicholas Hittel Monteque Evans Joshua Olah Michael Blandford Rebecca Stephens Nathaniel Fast Crystal Lake Brandon Schwartz Larry Faulkner Carrie Tatlock Julie Tatlock Randy Ingle

0910 0892 1161 1154 0819 0787 0693 0566p 0565 0560 0368 UNR

0928 0877 1132 1128 0806 0773 0678 0580 0556 0549 0361 0591

W34 W36 L4 13 L20 L25 L22 L27 Ll2 L28 Ll4 L26

W22 L26 W31 LlO L29 Ll3 L15 Ll6 L23 Ll9 Lll L21

L6 W34 D18 W35 W38 W37 L24 L28 130 Ll4 132 131

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last-round battles from the ISCA reserve championship: foreground: Hans Herr (I) vs. David Kennett (r), background: eventual champion Edwin Harris (I) vs. Ben Dillon) 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. Toby Emanuel Anthony Gomez Sam Plummer Kelly McAndrews Avian Weiswerda Allen Lane Nicole Lane David Price Sonia Shah Tyler Ebbinghouse Remington Zience Paul Schumann Shea Thompson Steven Schutt Scott Schmelzer Jasmine Barnes Brandon Tom Grays. Cunningham 0339 0253 0240 0234p 0191 UNR 0546 0471 0319 0269 0207 0570 0361p 0181 0140 0122 UNR 0100 0351 0279 0254 0269 0220 0405 0508 0433 0274 0251 0186 0499 0244 0189 0128 0100 0124 0100 135 L5 Ll4 L4 L6 Ll9 W29 L28 L42 Ll2 Ll5 W44 L27 W37 L7 L40 L8 Ll7 132 W42 W44 W29 W39 Ll8 L6 W37 136 L24 133 L4 L20 130 LlO 131 L13 L23 W25 L8 W37 Ll7 Ll3 W38 L23 LI4 131 L34 W41 L22 L39 L26 BD46 D45 W40 W36 Ll5 W39 W35 L21 133 130 038 037 132 L29 W45 Ll7 Ll8 Ll6 L20 L21 W43 036 035 W46 BD45 L25 L28 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

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1997 Midwest Scholastics
11/08/97; Terre Haute, TD: Bob Fischer
HighSchool PI. Name 01. Curtis Anderson 02. Scott Goeller 03. Brandon Lynch 04. Alexander Polky 05. Logan Davis 06. Josh Jones 07. Ian Brown 08. Rebecca Lynch 09. Robert Bentley 10. Nick Patterson 11. Jeremy Day 12. Joey Dewitt 13. Robert Stepehens 14. Kenneth Anderson 15. Derek Tarrh 16. Matt Jourdan 17. Jeff Kuhn 18. Adam Reveal 19. Marvin Johnson 20. Philip Schaust 21. Lucas Wolfe 22. Travis Daniel 23. Jordan Dauble 24. David May 25. Jason Wycoff 26. Joshua Hittle Pre 1413 1359 1605 1379 1315 1274 1245 1239 1045 0945 0913 0891 1158 0887 1138 1135 1134 1125 1113 1070 1077 1026 1005 1000p 0972 0932 Post 1441 1395 1582 1384 1316 1302 1260 1245 1081 1010 0950 0937 1144 0891 1115 1112 1139 1133 1096 1056 1073 1000 0991 0956 0968 0943 Rd. 1 W16 W15 W30 W29 W9 W19 W21 LI7 L5 W23 W24 W35 Ll8 W37 L2 L1 W8 W13 L6 W31 L7 W33 LIO LI1 W32 W38 Rd.2 W17 W5 L6 W7 L2 W3 L4 W18 W24 W30 W37 W20 W32 L25 W33 W34 LI L8 W36 Ll2 W38 L27 W35 L9 W14 W28 Rd.3 W10 W26 W21 W11 W20 W27 W17 W19 W15 L1 L4 W25 W22 W3(j L9 L23 L7 D29 L8 L5 13 Ll3 W16 W33 Ll2 L2 Rd.4 W4 W6 W12 Ll W27 L2 W25 W26 W28 W29 W23 13 DI4 DB W35 W33 W38 030 W34 W36 W32 W37 Ll1 W31 L7 L8 Sc. 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

8th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. James Cates 02. Jason Hamilton 03. Thanh Higgins 04. Jason Baker 05. Ravi Patel 06. JeffBaumgarn 07. Yuri Smith 08. Nathan Wonder 09. Alberto Gomez 10. Ian Smith 11. Mark Minnick 12. Thong Tran 13. Ryan Worden 14. Eric Gilbert 15. Steven Gentry 16. Christopher Pieper 17. Stephen Rowe 18. Neil Shah 19. Eric Reyes 20. Nathaniel Greene 21. Charles Jenkins 22. Maurice Swain 23. Neil Ramolia 24. Lauren Skiles 25. Joseph Wiggins 26. Emily Poisel 27. Kenneth Lawson 28. Raj Patel 29. Eric Langley 30. Edw. Migdalene (NY) 31. Sam. Summerville 32. Brad Tabor 33. Shan Siddiqi 34. Thomas Reives 35. Roger Bergman (PA) 36. Yuan Zhou 37. Paul Carey 38. Josh Day 39. Ian Hershberger-G 40. Casey McClatchey 41. Kyle Zelesnick 42. Richie Allen 43. Bobby Eckert 44. Don Faulkner 45. Chad Miller 46. T JTumer 47. Jason Nakai 48. Marshal Haraway 49. Jonathan Buford 50. Ben Nagengast 51. Durell Dancy 52. Adam Rainbolt 53. Brandon Wilde 54. Kyle McCombs 55. Matt Lamb 56. Christopher Gagnon 57. David Robins 58. Seth Baysinger 59. Carter Robinson 60. Clarence Buford

Pre 1149 1053 1203 1170 1066 1046 1043 0970 0932 0844 0977 UNR 1300 1260 1109 1081 0895 0887 0870 0811 0740 0710 0695 0640 0602p 0600 0545 0389 0377p UNR 0702 0351 UNR 0943 0919p 0781p 0777 0731p 0720 0697 0622 0591 0584 0507p 0484 0414 0283 UNR UNR UNR UNR 0885p 0860p 0838p 0660 UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR

Post Rd.1 1189 W37 1070 D21 1192 W10 1190 W17 1074 W51 1064 W39 1065 W40 1036 W13 0952 W31 0894 13 0950 L22 0947 D28 1247 L8 1215 W35 1073 W20 1061 W54 0880 L4 0858 Ll9 0904 W18 0813 Ll5 0776 D2 0764 W11 0710 134 0673 W57 0641 W59 0636 W61 0606 W53 0451 D12 0492 W62 0909 W55 0705 L9 0393 W60 0709 W44 0905 W23 0870 Ll4 0720 L50 0759 Ll 0601 0684 L6 0687 L7 0619 W58 0610 W52 0607 W49 0472 133 0520 W48 0429 0304 L56 0549 L45 0657 L43 0783 W36 0522 L5 0684 L42 0572 L27 0665 L16 0612 130 0559 W47 0300 L24 0321 L41 0377 L25 0164 132

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Rd.3 W27 W29 W41 W8 W35 W45 W32 L4 W56 W49 W50 Ll3 W12 W26 W42 W43 W53 W61 W33 W47 W37 W48 W46 W34 W28 Ll4 LI L25 L2 W38 W52 L7 Ll9 L24 L5 W55 L21 130 W60 W58 13 LIS Ll6 W62 L6 L23 L20 L22 LlO Lll W57 131 Ll7 W59 136 L9 L51 L40 L54 139

Rd.4 W7 W25 W40 W16 W26 W14 Ll W24 W23 W45 D27 W34 L22 L6 Ll9 L4 W52 W56 W15 W29 D28 W13 L9 L8 L2 L5 D11 D21 L20 W43 D32 D31 W42 Ll2 W49 W44 W55 W48 13 W46 133 130 136 LIO L41 W58 L39 135 W54 W38 Ll7 W62 L50 137 LI8 L59 L47 W57 D61

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Rd.5 W4 W6 W30 Ll W19 L2 W20 W16 W22 W14 W32 W31 W45 LlO W50 L8 W41 W36 L5 L7 W35 L9 W43 W39 D27 W47 D25 W51 W40 13 Ll2 L11 037 W52 L21 LI8 D33 W58 L24 L29 Ll7 W53 L23 W59 Ll3 W60 L26 W56 W54 LI5 L28 134 L42 L49 W61 L48 W62 138 L44 L46

Sc. 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

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61. Michael Childress 62. Anthony Mullis

UNR 0390 0211p 0171

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6th Grade & Under Top-seeded Ann Chi (1248) and second-seeded Patrick Mihelich (1195) were true to form and tied for first with perfect 5-0 scores. A ten-way(!) tie for 3rd place included: Tiffany Ko (968), Matthew Worden (957), Matthew Fouts (963), Sammy Saber (916), Ross Knepper (842), Lorenz Isidro (839), Dan Breeden (826), Stacy Tsang (798), Maria Fouts (755) and (apparently underrated) Daniel Woodsmall (639) - all scoring 4-1. Seventy-nine players competed in this section. 3rd Grade & Under This six-round section saw three perfect scores: Elizabeth Miranda (767), Rahul Abhyankar (787) and former National Kindergarten champion Matthew Polky (783) all scored 6-0. Tied for 4th - 6th place were: Krista Selby (806), Adam Farber (720) and Samuel Aune (575). 58 players took part in this section.

Rated Beginners Open
11/15/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Name Matthew Kelley Benjamin Jeanson Steven Kolas Matthew Hufford Thurston Hunt Nic La Buz Richard Pomerantz David Shepard Neil Shah Janet McWeeny Evan Shelton (OH) Philip Schaust Leslie lmel Glen Shelton (OH) Rob Thompson Nat Grossman Kenneth Tuttle Michael Fry Michael Harris David Minster Daniel Hayat Patrick McWeeny Howard Singleton Thomas Bonifield Cyrus Hayat Donald Grubbe Jeffrey Combs Terrence Miller Danny Grossman Jonathan Risting Andrew Beyer Jason Fried Carman Crosley David Carter Katrina Chappell Sonia Shah Eddie Labin Pre 0878 1178p 0940 0893 0893 1072 0983 0924 0858 UNR UNR 1056 0816 1145 1022p 0950 0937 0869 0799 0728 0629p 0479 UNR ,<p626 lJNR ~R 0871 0800 0800 0792 0724p 0534p 0524 0662 0494 0336 UNR Post 0928 1180 1002 0957 0957 1066 0994 0960 0875 0998 1027 1038 0842 1104 0957 0923 0918 0874 0822 0748 0676 0510 0829 0621 0666 0795 0846 0785 0748 0783 0680 0506 0541 0631 0462 0319 0403

TD: Mike Turner
Rd.2 W25 W17 D12 W6 W34 L4 Lll W10 W23 L8 W7 03 W15 W27 L13 LI9 L2 W21 W16 W37 LI8 L28 L9 L26 W32 W24 LI4 W22 L33 W36 W35 L25 W29 L5 L31 L30 L20 Rd.3 W14 D4 W13 D2 W27 W28 W18 Wl1 W19 W30 L8 W26 L3 Ll W2S W33 L20 L7 L9 W17 W32 W34 W31 W36 LI5 LI2 L5 L6 W35 LIO L23 L21 LI6 L22 L29 L24 URdA W9 W8 W14 W12 W16 W20 W23 L2 LI W19 W26 L4 W29 L3 W33 L5 W28 W27 LIO L6 W31 W35 L7 D25 D24 Lll LI8 LI7 LI3 UL21 W36 LIS UL22 L32 USc. 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3'.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.S 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Rd. 1 W37 W30 W5 W21 L3 W18 W34 W35 W33 W31 W24 W20 D26 W28 LI9 W32 W36 L6 W15 LI2 L4 L27 W29 Lll LI D13 W22 LI4 L23 L2 LIO LI6 L9 L7 L8 LI7 LI

08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.

Mart. Christensen (KY) Patrick Maier Scott Goeller James Cates Alexander Polky Nathaniel Boggs Ryan Worden Eric Gilbert Will Augustus Jason Hamilton Nic LaBuz Philip Schaust Joseph Mendoza Matthew Fouts Nathaniel Stout Andrew Pheasant Adam Reveal Travis Daniel Brian Davis Rebecca Lynch Alex Popkinn (KY) Joshua Olah Nick Patterson Joey Dewitt Nicholas Hittel T JLehr Philip Stuart Josh WhitefIeld Tyson Mowery Dustin Fuller Prave Srinivasan (KY) Nathaniel Fast Justin Alfrey Devin lmel Dan Draves Marvin Johnson John Bergstrom Dustin Lennartz

1429 1645 1395 1216 1384 1286 1247 1215 1082 1070 1066 1038 1038 0963 0935 0838 1223 1000 1413 1245 1192 1132 1005 0937 0928 0923 0809 0501 1191 1093 0861 0773 0711 0653 UNR 1096 0701 0688

1450 W43 1606 LI3 1392 W16 1242 L7 1388 W24 1307 W9 1265 LI 1225 L4 1093 LIO 1088 1065 W34 1056 W39 1077 W38 0973 W40 0941 W45 0871 L25 1220 LI2 1030 W23 1335 L37 1201 L3 1180 L5 1108 L2 0993 W44 0942 0921 W42 0932 W41 0839 LI8 0526 B1172 L6 1071 W26 0825 L20 0765 LI9 0714 L21 0636 L33 0684 L32 1092 L8 0654 L30 0664 L22

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L4 W16 L5 W42 L3 L6 W38 W34 L9 W30 L32 W31 W22 W35 L20 L26 W44 L33 W23 W39 W40 W41 LI7 LI9 W18 W25 LI5 L21 W45 L2 LI4 L27 L28 L29 LI1 UL24 L36

W29 Dll D25 D9 W28 W35 W37 W30 W39 LI W40 L3 L4 L2 W42 W41 D26 DIO D24 L31 LI2 L8 LI5 W27 L6 L5 W44 L13 L7 LI4 W45 LI6 LI8 L23 L22 UL34 L38

W22 W31 W24 W41 W20 W21 W18 W32 W45 W33 Ll4 L7 LI2 LI3 L8 W42 LIO W26 L25 W30 W37 W35 L27 L9 LI5 LI7 D36 L29 034 L28 L40 W44 W38 LI1 L23 UL39 LI6

W12 W25 W17 W28 L8 L7 L4 L6 W31 LIO W29 W45 W27 W39 W40 W37 W33 L9 D34 L20 LI1 LI8 W38 LI6 L35 L24 D26 W32 UL23 L30 L21 L22

BW44 UL42 LI9

4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

SOUTH BEND CLUB CHAMP - OPEN & RESERVE (round robin format - page 51 & 5-2)

Anderson 1997 Scholastic
12/06/97; Anderson, TD: James Herschenroeder
12th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. Robert Seipel 02. David Auckerman 03. Gabriel Popkin (KY) 04. John Sparks 05. WilliamKo 06. Joseph Bell (KY) 07. Satish Goud (KY) Pre 1845 1568 1827 1794 1595 1587 1510 Post 1856 1599 1822 1776 1614 1593 1524 Rd. 1 W14 W29 W27 W15 W28 W36 W11 Rd.2 W7 W37 W12 W8 WI0 W13 Ll Rd.3 W17 W21 W19 W20 W33 W32 W36 RdA W6 W4 D5 L2 03 Ll W19 Rd.5 D3 D5 D1 W14 D2 W15 W13 Sc. 4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

8th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. Yuri Smith 02. JeffBaumgarn 03. Maria Fouts 04. Patrick Mihelich 05. Thanh Higgins 06. Jason Baker 07. Peiyuan Zhang 08. Alberto Gomez 09. Stephen Rowe 10. Nathaniel Green 11. Neil Ramolia 12. Kenneth Lawson 13. Nathan Wonder 14. Eric Reyes 15. Neil Shah 16. Christopher Polky 17. Yuan Zhou 18. Shan Siddiqui 19. Steven Gentry 20. Thong Tran 21. Ian Smith 22. Aaron Thigpen 23. Mark Lewis 24. Paul Carey 25. Sam. Summerville 26. Casey McClatchey 27. Ian Hershberger-G 28. Lauren Skiles 29. Zack Zelesnick 30. Amir Hayat 31. Ryan Robinson 32. Chris Wyman 33. Aaron Sloan 34. Durell Dancy

Pre 1065 1064 0755 1195 1192 1190 1044 0952 0880 0813 0710 0606 1036 0904 0875 0732 0720p UNR 1073 0947p 0894 0874 0820 0759 0705 0687 0684 0673 0659 0609p 0596 0546 0524 0522p

Post 1120 1106 0847 1192 1183 1173 1058 0996 0902 0833 0757 0689 1025 0918 0874 0787 0755 0800 1032 0867 0888 0855 0820 0743 0718 0720 0716 0710 0698 0664 0632 0580 0517 0644

Rd.1 W26 W25 W19 W27 W14 W79 W53 Wll W32 W51 L8 W24 W48 L5 W40 W44 L28 L63 L3 W74 W31 W49 W50 LI2 L2 Ll L4 W17 L38 W72 L21 L9 L45 L59

Rd.2 W45 W21 D38 WI0 W23 W9 W19 W22 L6 L4 W62 LI3 W12 W36 Dl6 D15 W65 W80 L7 W79 L2 L8 L5 W35 W77 W43 W66 W39 W63 W32 W59 L30 L60 W74

Rd.3 W30 W61 W15 W20 W28 WS2 W60 W37 W34 W77 W76 W57 W46 W64 L3 W24 D43 W70 W67 L4 W36 W53 W66 Ll6 W62 W65 W78 L5 W58 Ll W55 W56

BL9

RdA W5 W13 W22 W7 LI L8 L4 W6 W28 W35 W46 W61 L2 W51 W37 W23 W41 D40 W78 L29 W38 L3 Ll6 W77 W52 W47 W60 L9 W20 L31 W30 W62 W76 W73

Rd.5 W4 W8 W16 LI W27 W26 W29 L2 W25 W31 W21 W38 D14 D13 W43 L3 W40 W39 W53 WSO LI1 W47 W64 W66 L9 L6 L5 W52 L7 W51 LlO W60

BW45

Sc. 5.0 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4,0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.S 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3,0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

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Chad Miller Eric Langley Deep. Gunasekaran Mark Minnick Adam Rainbolt Phillip Meiser Joshua Wissel T JTumer Carter Robinson Ryan McCleary Kiley Keith Lars Olson Jonathan Buford Bobby Eckert Joshua Bessler Scott Steenerson Kyle Keith Anthony Mozzi Michael Murray David Stewart Kevin Prothero Craig McMains Marcus Lewis Colin Craft Keith Starost Jon Hortemiller Shane Murdock Donald Alexander Cody Cogswell Kato Smith Chad Wells Travis Carpenter Michael Childress David Fruecht Jedidia Herrmann Jeff Tortora Richie Madewell Chao Hollandswort Curtis Holtz Mike Jones Darius Pippins Andy Kavich Courtlon Peters John Basicker Josh Day Andy Kavich Aaron Halleck

0520 0492 UNR 0520 0684p 0662 0570p 0429 0377p 1368p 0812 0751p 0657p 0607 0564 0555 0551p 0483p 0370p UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR 0390p UNR UNR 0481p UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR g~Olp UNR UNR

0540 0537 0835 0540 0669 0666 0636 0432 0586 1068 0773 0692 0645 0604 0543 0567 0589 0556 0484 0569 0552 0521 0568 0534 0587 0615 0720 0553 0590 0638 0614 0644 0446 0433 0542 0451 0204 0304 0349 0437 0298 0387 0472 0508 0555 0267 0183

W80 W75 W54 W29 D41 LI5 D39 L76 W56 LI6 W33 W78 L52 LI3 L22 L23 LIO W47 L7 L37 W64 L43 L66 W81 W34 W70 W67 W68 W18 L55 W69 W57 L61 L62 L65 L60 HL30 L77 L20 L36 W42 W73 L46 L6 L35 L58

L24 LI4 W50 D3 L28 W76 L44 D69 L26 W41 LI W55 W56 L61 L52 L37 W58 W49 B-L57 L46 L47 W54 LSI L31 W33 W48 L11 L29 W72 LI7 L27 D75 L78 D42 W71 L70 L64 W81 L34 D67 L40 L2S W68 L20 LI8 L73

W73 L21 L8 W44 W75 W59 W69 W71 D17 L38 L47 L13 W45 W72 W80 W74 W63 L6 L22 W81 L31 L32 LI2 L29 L40 L7 L2 L25 L51 LI4 L26 L23 LI9 D79 L41 LI8 L42 L48 L35 L50 L39 L11 LIO L27 D68 L49 LS4

LIO W54 L15 L21 W42 D18 LI7 L39 W44 L43 W65 Lll L26 W58 L64 W63 LI4 L25 W55 L36 L53 W80 W70 L48 L66 L27 LI2 L32 L50 W49 L45 W59 L68 W67 W79 L57 D75 BL34 W81 D71 L33 L24 LI9 L69 L56 L74

W57 W46 W48 LI2 LI8 LI7 W70 W68 LI5 W69 L34 L36 L22 L37 W73 L20 L30 L28 LI9 W79 W75 W76 L35 W77 W78 L32 UW74 W71 L23 W72 L24 W81 L42 L44 L41 L63 L65 L49 L62 L55 L56 LS8 L59 L54 UL67

3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.0

17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Asian Smith Matt Rainbolt Tim Hittel Sonia Shah Ryan Cowles

UNR 096p 0578 0319 UNR

0615 p0828 04485 0312 0345p

L4 L3 LI1 L7 LI4

W16 DB L21 BW19

LII W19 L18 L2 L6

LI5 LI2 BL8 LI6

W21 LIO LI3 L9 LI7

2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0

3'd Grade & Under Eric Lane was clear first in this 35-player section with a score of 5-0. Tied for 2nd_6th places were Matt Fisher, Matthew Polky, Danny Grossman, Adam Farber and Samuel Aune.

1997 Sunnyside Invitational
10/11/97; Lafayette, TD: Dave Barker
Elementary Section PI. Name 01. Evan Pahis 02. Joshua Fogus 03. Mark Miller 04. Matt Fisher 05. Brandon Heuer 06. Alex Kintzele 07. Nathan Kross 08. Rachel Reyes 09. Krista Selby 10. Brandon Highsmith 11. Paul McAndrews 12. Josh Hever 13. Jason Rice 14. Jonathan Risting 15. Ben Fisher 16. David Ginsberg Pre 1049 0782 0742 0930 0804 0518 0960 0920 0754 UNR 0753 0711 UNR 0755 0588 0283p Post 1068 0830 0814 0934 0834 0559 0942 0884 0768 0834 0736 0718 0708 0729 0592 0358 Rd.1 W15 W8 W18 W17 W10 BW20 L2 W13 L5 W19 W16 L9 W21 LI LI2 Rd.2 Rd.3 W14 W3 L7 W20 W9 LI LS W12 W4 L7 ,W21 L8 W2 . W5 W6 L9 L3 W8 W15 W14 D12 W17 D11 L4 DI8 W16 LI LIO LIO BLI7 LI3 Rd.4 W7 WIO Wll W9 D6 DS LI W20 L4 L2 L3 W18 LI4 W13 W17 W21 Rd.5 D4 Wll W7 D1 W12 W14 L3 W15 W20 W18 L2 L5 W19 L6 L8 BSc. 4.S 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.S 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0

Middle School Section PI. Name o 1. Cary Krachinski 02. Jeffery Studtman 03. Yuri Smith 04. JeffBaumgam 05. Thong Tran 06. Nathaniel Greene 07. Kiley Keith 08. Kenneth Lawson 09. Bobby Eckert 10. Anthony Highsmith 11. Eric Reyes 12. Nicholas Hittel 13. Jonathon Lamb 14. Reid Hanway 15. Ryan Buyer 16. Charles Jenkins 17. Casey McClatchey 18. Lauren Skiles 19. JeffKarberg 20. Joseph Wiggins 21. Robert Wakeland 22. Steven Bussert 23. Shannon Thompson 24. Chris Calhoun 25. Ian Smith 26. Jason Lewis 27. Ashley Robinette 28. Ryan McCleary 29. Neil Shah 30. Ryan Arnett 31. Paul Carey 32. Adam Rainbolt 33. Phillip Meiser 34. Jonathan Buford 3S. Emily Poisel 36. Chad Wells 37. Seth Staggs 38. Ryan Ridenour 39. Tiffanie Coleson 40. Matt Williamson 41. David Haynes 42. Josh Healton 43. Chris. Sprunger 44. Brandon Wilde 45. John Basicker 46. Charlotte Hass 47. Michael Childress 48. Neil Musser 49. Chris. Luedtke 50. Joshua Gurley 51. Erin Coonrod High School Section PI. Name 01. John Sparks 02. David Aukerman 03. Robert Seipel 04. Wilbur Lewis OS. Matthew Morgan 06. James Cates 07. Sean Motel 08. Matt Crouse 09. Lee Morrison 10. Travis Daniel 11. Ian Brown 12. Adam Reveal 13. John Boyer

Pre lS03 1259 1120 1106 0867p 0833 0773 0689 0604 0482p 0918 0921 0917 0902 0801 0776 0720 0710 0695 0641 0636 0612 0566p UNR 0888 0776 0406p 1068p 0874 0758 0743 0669 0666 0645p 0636 0614p 0597p 0350p 0312 UNR UNR UNR UNR 0572p 0508p 0487p 0446p UNR 0352p 0465p 0349p

Post IS08 1246 1127 1116 0921 0867 0819 0759 0666 0697 0931 0897 0889 0904 0782 0793 0738 0739 0721 0655 0655 0647 0640 0719 0892 0771 0481 0925 0820 0729 0721 0635 0668 0643 0637 0502 0616 0448 0339 0463 0632 0611 0568 04554 0471 0441 0375 0354 0270 0388 0205

Rd.l W14 W15 W17 W30 W34 W33 W21 W50 W51 W42 W13 LI6 LI1 LI L2 W12 L3 W44 W29 L31 L7 L25 W43 W48 W22 W35 W47 W46 LI9 L4 W20 L41 L6 L5 L26 L4S W38 L37 W49 BW32 L10 L23 LI8 W36 L28 L27 L24 L39 L8 L9

Rd.2 W7 W31 W16 W26 W33 W19 LI W13 W15 W30 D25 W50 L8 W28 L9 L3 LI8 W17 L6 W39 W45 W41 L29 L37 D11 L4 L35 LI4 W23 LIO L2 W47 L5 W42 W27 L43 W24 W44 L20 W51 L22 L34 W36 L38 L21 W48 L32 L46 HL12 L40

Rd.3 WIO L8 W5 W18 L3 W37 W38 W2 W40 LI W12 LI1 W42 W41 W49 L34 W36 L4 L28 W24 W43 W45 W46 L20 W29 D27 D26 W19 L25 W50 W39 L35 BW16 W32 LI7 L6 L7 L31 L9 LI4 L13 L21 W51 L22 L23 L48 W47 LI5 L30 L44

RdA W6 W25 W8 W9 W35 LI W11 L3 L4 W31 L7 W26 W38 W18 W39 W32 W45 LI4 W44 W34 W37 W28 W40 W50 L2 LI2 W48 L22 L33 W43 LIO LI6 W29 L20 L5 W51 L21 LI3 LIS L23 W49 W46 L30 LI9 LI7 L42 BL27 L41 L24 L36

Rd.5 W4 W3 L2 LI W25 W21 W23 W22 W14 W20 W37 W27 W33 L9 W40 W35 W28 W30 W34 LIO L6 L8 L7 W31 LS W41 LI2 LI7 W45 LI8 L24 W46 L13 LI9 LI6 W49 Lll WSO W44 LI5 L26 W51 W48 L39 L29 L32 UL43 L36 L38 L42

Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.0

Pre 1776 1599 1856 1536 1528 1242 1010 1531 1141 1030 1260 1220 1110

Post 1795 1611 1842 1513 1530 1234 1054 1519 1183 1059 1246 1214 1107

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Rd. 1 W27 W23 W7 W15 W10 W39 L3 W24 D25 L5 W41 W18

Rd.2 W5 W13 Wll W17 LI LI4 W20 W12 W22 W29 L3 L8 L2

Rd.3 W19 W21 W16 W35 W37 W28 W30 W31 W26 W34 W20 W39 W36

RdA D2 D1 W8 L9 W16 W19 W32 L3 W4 W35 W17 W33 L21

Rd.5 W3 W9 LI W14 W12 W21 Wll DIO L2 D8 L7 L5 W24

Sc. 4.S 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0

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Jason Hamilton Michael Brooks Nick Patterson Nathaniel Stout T J Lehr Chris Janota Jeffrey Combs Phillip Stuart Kevin Labaj Daniel Smith Mic. Schwweinsberg Wayne Osenkarski Nathaniel Fast Joseph Mendoza Jeremy Day Kevin Marciniak Jason Korthuis Justin Alfrey Dustin Lennartz Ryan Robinson Anthony Barrett Eric Simpson Matthew Rittorno Joey Dewitt Dan Draves Thomas Mackel Matt Wright Bill English Josh Whitefield Emily Deckard Tim Williamson Jeremy Dority

1088 1053 0993 0941 0932 0914 0846 0839 1273 1005p 0998p 0918 0765 1077 0950 0846 0717 0714 0664 0632 0618p 0508p UNR 0942 0684p 0679p UNR 0989 0526 0502 0450p 0612p

1094 1042 1033 0970 0916 0956 0849 0886 1212 0982 1007 0919 0798 1049 0925 0832 0716 0737 0675 0663 0685 0700 0805 0913 0606 0788 0445 0908 0504 0489 0435 0562

Ll9

U
W33 W22 L13 W14 W42 W43 LI7 L2 L8 D9 W44 LI W45 W38 W36 W40 L35 LI6 L37 W32 L30 W34 L29 L6 L31 Lll L20 L21 L26 L28

W6 Ll6 W15 L21 W25 L7 W18 L9 W28 D26 Ll9 D24 W37 L23 LIO L35 W11 W40 W38 W42 W30 W45 L27 L33 W43 L32 L31 L34 L39 BL36

U

W29 W43 L3 W44 W38 Ll Lll L2 W45 L33 W25 L24 L9 D2 L6 LI4 L7 L8 W27 W23 LIO

U
L13 L5 LI8 LI2

Ul
W40 BL15 LI7 L22

W31 W30 L5 Lll W42 L6 W44 W13 026 W29 W36 W45 D22 W28 L27 L23 LI5 LI4 L7 LI2 W41 LIO L24 039 D40 037 D38 L34 LI8 BL20 L25

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W31 W27 W34 W32 W35 W33 L6 W39 D26 L13 W37 D23 LI6 W43 W42 W44 LI5 LI8 L20 LI7 LI9 W41 L25 W45 L22

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L36 L29 L28 L30 L38

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 U 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Orchard Fall 1997 Scholastic
11/01/97; Indianapolis, TD: Dave Barker
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Name Jeremy Fazli Scott Goeller Nathaniel Boggs Ian Brown Jacob O'Bryant Travis Daniel Philip Schaust Josh Lewis Adam Reveal Thomas Rosenbaum Nick Patterson Steven Kolas Robert Lewis Matthew Kelley Benjamin Zeckel David Swenson Robert Bentley Geoffrey Estes Evelyn Hovee Andrew Pheasant David Jachyra Terrence Miller Eric Grimm Lucas Gobel Cyrus Yamin Curtis Drake Jerry Lunderville Mike McKee Cort. McClanahan Cyrus Hayat Pre 1608 1392 1307 1246 1130 1059 1056 1.781 1214 1014 1033 1018 0970 0928 0864 1104 1081 1032 1005 0871 0869 0785 0618p UNR 1008 0898p 0798p UNR UNR 0666p Post 1620 1382 1331 1268 1155 1097 1085 1267 1204 1072 1058 1027 0981 0937 0906 1052 1066 1018 0984 0881 0855 0785 0691 0786 0958 0844 0744 0597 0582 0511 Rd. 1 Rd.2 Rd.3 W21 W17 W6 W26 LlO W25 W19 W13 Wll W15 W18 W7 W20 L7 W26 W24 W16 LI W28 W5 U W14 W9 WI0 W23 L8 W20 W22 W2 L8 W23 W16 L3 LI7 W30 W19 W30 W21 L3 L8 W24 LI8 U W29 LI7 W27 L6 Lll W12 LI W15 W29 U W14 W25 L3 LI2 W28 L9 L5 LI LI3 W24 LlO L26 W28 W30 L9 Lll L6 LI4 L21 LI9 W27 L2 L2 W22 L5 LI6 L25 W29 L7 L20 . L22 LI8 LI5 L27 L13 LI2 L23 Rd.4 W4 W18 W8 LI W12 DI0 W17 L3 W13 D6 W25 L5 L9 W27 W19 W20 L7 L2 LI5 LI6 L22 W21 W26 W28 Lll L23 Ll4 L24 W30 L29 Rd.5 W3 W9 LI Wll W8 W17 DlO L5 L2 D7 W18 W22 W23 W16 LI5 L6 LI2 W27 W25 W29 L13 LI4 W26 L20 L24 Ll9 W30 L21 L28 Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

William Ko Brandon Lynch Brian Davis Nathaniel Boggs Logan Davis Ryan Worden David Aukerman Scott Goeller Travis Daniel James Cates Eric Gilbert Adam Reveal Rebecca Lynch Chris. Davidson Jason Hamilton Marvin Johnson Philip Schaust Nic LaBuz Nick Patterson Matthew Fouts Phillip Stuart David Jachyra Justin Alfrey Lee Morrison Joseph Mendoza Jason Korthuis Steven Kolas Nathaniel Stout David May Chris Janota Jeremy Day Christopher Vicoli Joey Dewitt Matt Mazalouskas Terrence Miller Carlos Lugo Matt Jourdan T JLehr Monteque Evans Kenneth Wakeland Robby Lyons Nathaniel Fast Dustin Lennartz John Bergstrom Neal Mullins Cyrus Hayat Josh Whitefield Ron Leamon

1614 1582 1335 1331 1316 1265 1611 1382 1097 1234 1225 1204 1201 1135 1094 1092 1085 1065 1058 0973 0886 0855 0737 1183 1049 0716 1027 0970 0956p 0956 0925 0924 0913 0839p 0785 0719p 1112 0916 0877 0792 0842 0798 0675 0654 0620p 051lp 0504 UNR

1625 W37 W13 W19 W31 1610 WI0 W6 W21 1357 W15 Wll W22 014 1328 D9 1307 L22 W28 W41 W33 1287 W18 L2 W23 1588 W16 D24 1385 W12 D14 W30 1126 D4 LIO W36 1231 L2 W9 W42 1218 W17 L3 039 1188 L8 W40 W46 1216 W25 LI W22 D4 1161 W38 D8 1095 L3 W41 W40 1108 L7 W33 W35 1080 Lll W44 LI9 W29 1057 L6 L31 1085 W36 W17 LI 0968 L24 W47 L21 0925 W48 W20 L3 0905 W5 U LI3 0801 W32 W38 L7 1178 W20 D7 W26 1031 L13 W46 W43 0763 030 W29 L24 0993 U5 W47 W37 0951 W47 L5 W45 0879 UO L26 LI8 0941 D26 W45 L8 0939 W34 W18 L2 0878 L23 U3 W48 0906 W44 LI6 L6 0813 L31 U2 W38 0778 L39 W48 LI6 0749 LI9 W44 L9 1086 LI W39 L27 0871 LI4 L23 L34 0865 W35 L37 Dll 0799 W29 LI2 LI5 0804 W43 Li5 L5 0782 U6 W34 LI0 0682 Ul W32 L25 0637 L33 L36 LI7 0650 W27 L30 L28 0579 W42 L25 LI2 0483 L28 L27 L20 0530 L21 L35 L32

D2 01 L7 W19 W31 W25 W3 W24 W39 D21 W30 L13 Wl.2 W28 W23 W27 W42 W26

W8 W7 W14 W15 W13 W16 L2 Ll W24 Dll DI0 W32 L5 L3

U
L6 W27 W33 W28 W31 D25 W34 W39 L9 D21 W41 LI7 LI9 W45 D38 L20 LI2 LI8 L22 W40 W46 030 L23 L35 L26

U
W43 DI0 W35 LI5 L8 L6 LI8 LI6 LI4 W44 LIl L5 W45 W36 W41 L22 L33 D40 W46 L9 D37 L34 LI7 L20 L29 L32 L38

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uu-

U8
W47

W48 L29 L36 BL44

4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Pendleton Fall Classic
11/22/97; Pendleton, TD: James Herschenroeder
High School Division PI. Name Pre Post Rd. 1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Sc.

Junior High Division PI. Name 01. Nathaniel Greene 02. Reid Hanway 03. Steven Gentry 04. Eric Reyes 05. Mark Minnick 06. Lisa Tsang 07. Stephen Rowe 08. Chris Wyman 09. Nicholas HiehIe (TN) 10. Ravi Patel 11. Nathan Wonder 12. Zack Zelesnick 13. Thanh Higgins 14. Jason Baker 15. Yuri Smith 16. Ian Smith 17. Neil Shah 18. Kiley Keith 19. Charles Jenkins 20. Ryan Buyer 21. Maurice Swain 22. Neil Ramolia 23. Ryan Arnett 24. JeffKarberg

Pre 0867 0904 1032 0931 0922 0920 0902 0580 UNR 1074 1025 0698 1183 1173 1127 0892 0820 0819 0793 0782 0764 0757 0729 0721

Post 0949 0986 1050 0996 0939 0941 0913 0669 1026 1066 1005 0716 1137 1130 1079 0900 0805 0818 0779 0784 0788 0745 0746 0768

Rd. 1 W28 W38 W22 W16 L36 W12 D32 W33 W40 W26 D24 L6 W19 W31 L21

U
W23 W27 L13 W57 W15 L3 L17 Dll

Rd.2 W13 W17 W20 W37 W44 W21 D24 L15 LI6 W25 L32 W49 Ll W18 W8 W9 L2 LI4 W50 L3 L6 W55 W39 D7

Rd.3 W42 W14 W4 L3 W24 W29 W40 W17 W20 W36 W52 033 W27 L2 W50 W38 L8 W54 W59 L9 W46 W58 L5

Rd.4 W3 DI0 LI W14 W25 W30 W29 W31 W37 D2 W36 W35 W23

U
W41 W43 W59 L28 W42 W50 W49 W58 LI3 W40

Rd.5 W6 W13 WI0 W15 W16 LI W28 W19 W21 L3 W33 W30 L2 W38

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L5 W41 W39 L8 W48 L9 W43 W42 W36

U9

Sc. 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

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Paul Carey Sam. Summerville Bobby Eckert Emily Poisel Ryan McCleary Shane Murdock Ian Hersberger-G Robert Wakeland Durell Dancy Josh Day Tiffanie Coleson Thong Tran Aaron Thigpen Kenneth Lawson Lauren Skiles Amir Hayat Ryan Robinson Jonathan Burford Adam Rainbolt Cody Cogswell Scott Steenerson Eric Langley Chad Wells John Basicker Ryan Ridenour Clarence Buford Richie Kavich Deep Gunasekaran Donald Alexander Lance Blossom Travis Carpenter Kato Smith Chad Miller Neil Musser Jason Nakai Richie Madewell Robert Davis Courtlon Peters

0721 0718 0666 0637 0925 0720p 0716 0655 0644p 0555p 0339 0921 0855 0759 0739 0664p 0663 0643 0635 0590p 0567 0537 0502p 0471p 0448p 0164p UNR 0835p 0553p UNR 0644p 0638p 0540 0354p 0304 0204p 0537p 0472p

0734 0719 0688 0667 0888 0710 0720 0673 0655 0570 0391 0895 0823 0742 0700 0636 0655 0642 0621 0534 0560 0518 0482 0499 0473 0365 0391 0654 0424 0472 0535 0425 0511 0332 0319 0206 0477 0374

W45 LIO LI8 LI W62 034 LI4 07 L8 030 W61 W5 W41 L2 W56 L9 L37 W54 052 L59 L25 L48 W58 W46 W51 L50 043 L55 L42 W53 L39 L20 L47 W44 L35 L29

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W47 W34 L13 W48 L6 W32 W39 L30 012 L26 043 LIO W55 LI6 L31 L7 W60 LI 035 W62 W56 L21 L25 L28 W22 LI5 B-LII L57 LI8 L37 L45 W53 L23 LI9 L41

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L5 W55 W54 W18 L7 L6 L8 L33 W32 W56 LI2 L11 L9 W51 W60 L24 LI5 LI9 LI6 W57 L48 W47 L46 W45 L21 L20 L38 W62 BL27 L26 L34 L44 L22 LI7 L39 L52

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W46 W49 W37 L7 031 LI2 029 W44 LII W57 W52 L24 L27 LI4 LI8 W59 LI7 L23 L22 L32 W55 L25 W62 L20 L26 W60 W58 L35 054 053 L45 BL34 L51 L40 L50 L47

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61.

Andy Hopkins Jason Rice David Lane Neil Dantam Jimmy Scaglione Monika Grzesiak Stephanie Gentry Tyler Norris Kyle Augustinowic Robert Davis Daniel Farber Ryan Cowles Joseph Lawson Zamir Wolfe Sanuny Saber Karol Grzesiak Chris Harvey Lindsey Minnich Tim Hittel Maria Stohler Chris Flynn Paul Bustion Allison Kanary Kellen Herron Sean Foster Jason Danforth Jon Follmar

0771 0708p 0673 0662p 0609p 0582 0553 0525p 0494p 0477p 0405 0345p UNR UNR 0916 0579 0332p UNR 0485p 0441 0342p 0283 UNR UNR UNR UNR UNR

0740 0612 0675 0684 0550 0572 0570 0563 0474 0488 0432 0397 0526 0544 0876 0558 0327 0259 0421 0442 0396 0260 0405 0141 0370 0334 0141

L3 L28 L6 W57 LI4 W60 W59 W61 W46 B-W52 L43 L34 L50 W21 W48 LI6 L45 L26 W58 LI5 L30 L38 L54 L41 L40 L42

L41 W61 W26 W22 L45 L24 W35 L20 L55 LI8 W39 W60 W53 W57 010 030 052 051 L47 LI6 W43 BL48 L59 W58 L46 L36

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Prim!!!y Division Elizabeth Miranda (767) finished a full point abead of her nearest competior in the 29-player field with a score of5.5-0.5. Tied for 2ndthrough 4thplaces were Krista Selby, Jonathan Risting, and Nicole Lane.

Riverpointe Action Open
11122/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. Name Paul Cooper Drew Hollinberger Bill Manunen Stephen Caputi Joe Filipczak Larry Gray William Fink (FL) Mark Neff Leslie Imel Pre 1877 1864 1784 1755 1617 1153p 1843 1644 0842 Post 1920 1883 1780 1745 1620 1265 1814 1610 0838

TD: Mike Wiseman
Rd.l W8 W5 W6 L7 L2 L3 W4 LI BRd.2 W2 LI W7 W8 W9 BL3 L4 L5 Rd.3 W3 W6 LI W9 L7 L2 W5 BL4 Rd.4 W7 W3 L2 06 B04 LI W9 L8 Rd.5 04 W7 B01 W8 W9 L2 L5 L6 Sc. 4.5 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0

Elementary Division PI. Name 01. Thomas Reives 02. Stefan Bumol 03. Ann Chi 04. Lukasz Jachym 05. Paul Augustus 06. James Stohler 07. Aaron Mitchell-Dick 08. Stacy Tsang 09. Shad Arteaga 10. Nicholas Lynch 11. Gerald Mickler 12. David Carter 13. Daniel Miller 14. Matthew Worden 15. Rachel Reyes 16. Matt Rainbolt 17. Daniel Breeden 18. Andrew Irwin 19. Ste. Schellenberg 20. James Shrake 21. Joseph Thanas 22. Paul Roman 23. Kimberly Hamilton 24. Kyle Zelesnick 25. Ian Hughes 26. Jessica Ji 27. Camden Shoults 28. Kevin Montgomery 29. Alexander Frazer 30. Jeffrey Stuart 31. David Hedriana 32. Brandon Highsmith 33. Michael Alford 34. Ben Nagengast

Pre 0905 1287 1248 0946 0924 0908 0905 0798 0767 1010 0835 0631 0962 0957 0884 0828 0826 0721 0710 0704 0666 0656 0630 0628 0591 0538 0529 0519p 0730 0338p 1029 0834p 0786p 0783p

Post 0955 1284 1230 0961 0921 0936 0920 0818 0801 1021 0830 0675 0914 0924 0867 0817 0814 0732 0744 0724 0688 0671 0679 0640 0595 0573 0578 0679 0749 0439 1047 0747 0618 0650

Rd.l W20 029 W35 W22 W25 W37 W18 LIO W23 W8 012 011 L19 W39 W55 W51 W24 L7 W13 LI L49 L4 L9 L17 L5 W53 W33 W36 02 W56 W32 L31 L27 w47

Rd.2 W5 W17 W4 L3 LI W19 W9 W27 L7 049 L29 W13 LI2 L31 L23 W54 L2 W44 L6 W42 W34 L38 W15 W40, L28 L37 L8 W25 W11 050 W14 W33 L32 L21

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Rd.3 W41 W49 W38 W27 W44 W45 L28 W43 W55 W16 W36 L30 W52 W42 W40 LIO L26 W59 W48 W34 W46 W53 W47 W56 BW17 L4 W7 W50 W12 W37 W51 L20

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Rd.4 W28 W30 L6 W24 W45 W3 W21 W41 W38 W29 W35 W48 W55 L23 W49 W20 W57 W32 W26 LI6 L7 W44 W14 L4 W56 LI9 W59 LI LIO L2 LI8 L42 L40

Rd.5 W6 WIO W19 W18 W23 LI W15 W28 W16 L2 W30 W29 W42 W45 L7 L9 W41 L4 L3 W38 W36 W32 L5 W46 W40 W39 W49 L8 LI2 L11 L22 W56 W58

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B &B Action
11129/97; Osceola, TD: Mike Vidulich
01. 02. 03. 04. Mike Vidulich Vern Cloud Sam Shapiro Kenneth Barrett 1646 1842 1808 1552 1692 1823 1800 1541 W2 LI W4 L3 W3 W4 LI L2 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

ECCC QCE II #8
12/02/97; Elkhart; TD: Tom R. Smith
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. Roger Blaine 02. John Cole 03. Vern Cloud 04. Ronnie Yoder 05. Tom Smith 06. Michael Timmons 07. Kevin Fyr 08. Filip Stanek 09. Martin Baldwin 10. Phil Smeltzer 11. Robert Lewis 12. Sam Elzerman 13. Don. Hershberger Pre 1613 1699 1562 2059 1538 1402 1213 1182 1651 1400 1200 1328 1267 Post 1636 1709 1560 2035 1519 1402 1232 1211 1642 1400 1205 1328 1259 Rd.l W14 W11 W18 012 015 W19 HHW13 W17 L2 04 L9 Rd.2 WI0 06 L9 W7 L8 02 L4 W5 W3 LI W14 W15 W16 Rd.3 W9 04 W8 02 W16 W12 W15 L3 LI W13 W17 L6 LIO Rd.4 04 W9 W11 01 W12 L7 W6 WI0 L2 L8 L3 L5 014 Sc. 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5

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14. IS. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Vernon Dudley Matthew Miller Jeff Pinson Dwight Bowers Kenneth Cole Josh Villela

1078 1070 1067 074Sp 1117 UNR

1077 1072 1063 0839 1115 0697

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12/13/97; Michigan City, TD: Harold Henderson
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. Name Jeffery Studtman Kevin Labaj Paul Jacobi Jesse Bloomer Christopher Ebseh Jonathon Lamb Charles Guse Michael East (M!) Cameron Pulaski Matt Noel Daniel East (M!) TomWilk Warren Swanson Joshua Fogus Brandon Heuer Kevin Marciniak. Joel Young Emerson Spartz Eric Gann Kyle Gish David Nott Josh Hever Charles Bauer Alex. Osenkarski Michael Phillips Patrick Studtman Natalie Studtman Brian Swanson Dylan Spartz Benjamin Moskovich Kara Bloomer Ryan Gish Arie Lyles Todd Taylor Cory Cook Andrew Stone Stephan Phillips Ryan Gann Adam Krueger T J Nicodemus Brian Moskovich Kyle Nieman Pre 1247 1217 1075 1073 0921 0889 0848 0830 1172 1010 0929 0886 0866 0851 0837 0832 0830 0792 0752 0746 0718 0754 0728 0679 0653 0651 0568 0553 0541 OS38 OS08 OS06 0484 06S9 0549 0424 0421 0416 0348 0301 UNR 0527 Post 1247 1198 1069 1076 09S9 0921 0896 0861 1123 0971 0901 0879 0894 0875 0823 0832 0835 0778 0764 0755 0727 080S 0723 0684 0666 0625 0548 0554 0534 OS38 OS24 OSlO 0497 0661 0504 0422 0400 0409 0349 0311 0336 0478 Rd. 1 W34 W23 L22 W24 W3S W32 W33 W31 W27 W30 L25 W26 W28 W38 W37 W42 W40 W29 W36 W39 W41 W3 L2 L4 W11 LI2 L9 LI3 LI8 LIO L8 L6 L7 LI L5 LI9 LI5 LI4 L20 LI7 L21 LI6 Rd.2 W7 LI3 W25 W16 W21 WlS LI D22 LI4 D17 W31 LI9 W2 W9 L6 L4 DIO L20 W12 W18 LS D8 W42 W37 L3 L36 L33 W38 L39 W41 L11 L34 W27 W32 L40 W26 L24 L28 W29 W35 L30 L23 Rd.3 D14 W24 W23 W13 W20 W19 W40 W17 W34 L22 W28 W2S L4 Dl W33 W36 L8 W30 L6 LS W39 WIO L3 L2 LI2 W42 W32 Lll W41 LI8 W37 L27 LIS L9 038 LI6 L31 035 L21 L7 L29 L26 Rd.4 W6 W22 W16 L5 W4 LI W9 W14 L7 034 W15 W20 W19 L8 LII L3 W23 W18 LI3 L12 W18 L2 LI7 W33 W36 L29 L31 W39 W26 W40 W27 W35 L24 DIO L32 L25 L41 D42 L28 L30 W37 D38 Rd.S WS W8 Wl3 W12 LI W21 Wll L2 W22 W24 L7 L4 L3 D17 W29 W30 D14 L6 W28 W31 L6 L9 W38 LIO LI8 W34 W40 LI9 LI5 LI6 L20 W36 W41 L26 W39 L32 W42 L23 L35 L27 L33 L37 Se. 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

Riverpointe Action Open
12/06/97; Indianapolis,
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. OS. 06. Name Paul Cooper Jacek Martynow David Kennett Jeremy Fazli Raphael Diehl-Simel Sean Murphy (IL) Pre 1920 1807 1626 1620 1147 1217 Post 1925 1783 1617 1612 1176 1222 Rd.l W2 LI LS W6 W3 L4

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TD: Paul Cooper
Rd.2 W4 WS W6 LI L2 Rd.3 W3 D4 LI D2 L6 WS Rd.4 W6 03 D2 W5 L4 Ll Rd.S D5 W6 W4 L3 Dl L2 Sc. 4.S 3.0 2.5 2.S 1.5 1.0

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Club Quads
12/10/97; Logansport, TD: Gary Fox
01. 02. 03. 04. Gary Fox Alex Zamudio Ruben Calisto Victor Zamudio 1673p UNR 1329p UNR 1690 1443 1306 1088 -x-0-0-0-1-x-0-0-1-1-x-0-1-1-1-x3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

Thunder Chicken Quick Chess
12/13/97; Terre Haute, TD: David Frey
(quick-rated) 01. Larry Boswell 02. Brandon Lynch 03. Robert Eberwein 04. Nathaniel Criss OS. Alexander Polky 06. Christopher Johnson 07. Mark Lynch 08. Curtis Anderson section 2 01. Logan Davis 02. Scott Goeller 03: Shawn Marcum 04. JimRoy OS. Rebecca Lynch 06. AnnChi 07. Thanh Higgins 08. Nicholas Lynch section 3 01. Mark Minnick 02. Mat1hew Polky 03. Matthew Fouts 04. Eddie Lowe OS. Richard Jones 06. H Ross Hambrick 07. Ron King 08. Mark Fouts 1688 146S 1708 1744 1457 17S7 1737 1429 1713 IS13 1711 1730 1477 170S 1685 1448 W8 W6 LS W7 W3 L2 L4 LI W7 D2 L4 W6 L4 Dl 03 WS W8W7D2W4LI W2 L6 WI L3 L6 L8 W7 L2 WS W4 L8 LI LI L3 L5 XL3 W5 W6 FW3 W5 X- W7 W6 LS XW4 Ll L7 L3 W6 L2 F- F5.S S.O 4.S 4.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0

1307p 1330 ".J308 1398 1151 1230p 1137p 1014

138S 1341 1320 1367 1166 1210 1097 1000

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06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 3S. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42.

ECCCQCEll#9
12/16/97; Elkhart; TD: Tom R. Smith
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Name Martin Baldwin John Cole Roger Blaine Vern Cloud Josh Lewis Tom Smith Don. Hershberger Jeff Pinson Daniel Bryant Michael Timmons Sam Elzerman Kevin Fyr Robert Lewis David Shepard Jim Rohm Joseph Lewis Vernon Dudley Cameron Donis Eric Harrell Scott Cole Pre 1642 1709 1636 1560 1457 1519 1259 1063 1762 1402 1328 1232 1205 1141 1376 1125p 1077 0923 0893 1115 Post 1652 1697 1630 1566 1485 1521 1291 1102 1732 1376 1301 1239 1222 1144 1348 1079 1076 0930 0905 1090 Rd.l W12 W13 W16 W20 W17 W14 D9 WI0 D7 L8 LI9 LI L2 L6 W18 L3 L5 LI5 Wll L4 Rd.2 D6 L5 W15 W8 W2 Dl WI0 L4 W19 L7 W20 W14 W17 LI2 L3 LI8 LI3 W16 L9 LII Rd.3 W5 W7 L4 W3 LI D9 L2 Wll D6 W19 L8 W18 W15 W20 L13 LI7 W16 LI2 LIO LI4 Rd.4 W4 W12 W13 LI W9 D8 W15 D6 L5 W17 W18 L2 L3 W19 L7 W20 LIO LII LI4 LI6 Sc. 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

0939p 0805p 0801 0699p 0491p UNR UNR 0844

0980 0906 0797 0722 0639 0726 0628 0794

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W5 W7 D4 D3 LI W8 L2 L6

W6 L2 L5 WI W7 L5 D8 W6 W2W3 LI L4 L3 L8 D4 W7

W3 W8 W6 W3 LI L2 L7 W5 W8 L4 L2 W7 W4 L6 L5 LI

6.0 6.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 1.5

Phil's Open
12/13/97; South Bend, TD: Mike Vidulich
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. OS. 06. Name Vern Cloud Filip Stanek Mike Vidulich Jeff Pinson Kenneth Barrett Phil Smeltzer Pre 1809 1280 1699 1138 1535 1425 Post 1824 1325 1684 1176 1503 1400 Rd. 1 Rd.2 W3 W5 Ll W6 L2 L4 Rd.3 W4 W6 D5 Ll D3 L2 Sc. 3.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 0.0


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South Bend Action #1
12/20/97; South Bend; TD: Mike Vidulich

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os.
06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

PI. 01. 02. 03. 04.

Name Greg Steele John Cole Sam Shapiro Mike Vidulich Daniel Bryant Dan Watson Vern Cloud Kevin Fyr Filip Stanek Mark Leliaert Ben Dillon OIafKuhr Mike Thompson Jeff Pinson Scott Cole Phil Smeltzer

os.
Pre 1901 1893 1814 1684 1644 Post 1924 1904 1830 1719 1662 1675 1788 1377 1332 1213 1659 1659 1485 1180 1147 1400 Rd. 1 HWS W16 W7 L2 WI0 L4 W9 L8 L6 W15 W14 HLI2 Lll L3 Rd.2 HW11 W4 L3 W14 D12 W8 L7 W15 W16 L2 D6 HL5 L9 LIO Rd.3 W6 W3 L2 W13 W12 LI WI0 Wll W16 L7 L8 L5 L4 LI5 W14 L9 Rd.4 W2 Ll W7 W12 W9 W8 L3 L6 L5 W15 HL4 W16 LIO LI4 Sc. 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Jason Easterday 06. Jamie Oxley

10S3
1866

1081 1793

LI L2

W4 L3

L2 L4

1.0 0.0

Chessterton December Open
12/27/97; Chesterton; TD: George Kamber
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Name Peter Bereolos (TN) Lev Kistler Randy Pals Vern Cloud Mike Vidulich Daniel Bryant Joe Alford Gregory Fischer (IL) Hans Herr Ben Dillon Antanas Vilutis Sam Shapiro William Roberts Harry Berndt Michael Marek Joseph Stump Mark Leliaert John Jernigan Greg Steele Wayne Peterson Phil Smeltzer Kevin Fyr Steve Emery Jesse Bloomer Paul Kamber Mike Amick Casey Butler Charles Dailey Paul Jacobi James Barr (IL) Daniel Hogan (WI) Cameron Pulaski Mark Jacobi Richard Higgins (MI) Pre 2253 1961 1885 1788 1719 1662 2031 1770 1681 1659 1867 1830 1594 1594 1525 1343 1213 1134 1924 1512 1400 1377 1340 1076 0936 1527p 1383 1113 1069 1624 1267 1123 1084 1331 Post 2260 1989 1893 1783 1735 1674 2006 1769 1669 1619 1875 1811 1600 Rd. 1 W20 W21 W27 W34 W29 W28 W31 W17 D18 D22 W16 W23 W25 W32 W26 LII L8 D9 HLI L2 DI0 L12 D30 L13 L15 L3 L6 L5 D24 L7 LI4 HL4 Rd.2 W12 W6 W14 L13 LII L2 D8 D7 W33 LI8 W5 LI W4 L3 W19 L29 W31 WI0 LI5 D23 W28 W24 D20 L22 HW34 W32 L21 W16 LI7 L27 L9 L26 Rd.3 W11 W15 W13 W18 W26 W17 W9 W22 L7 W24 LI W27 L3 W21 L2 W28 L6 L4 W29 W33 L14 L8 L25 LIO W23 L5 LI2 L16 L19 Rd.4 W3 W7 LI W8 W12 W13 L2 L4 W22 W25
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167S
1824 1340 1325 1176 1694 1692 1493 1176 1157 1400

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Riverpointe Action U2000
12121197; Indianapolis;
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. Name Stephen Caputi Drew Hollinberger David Niles Paul Cooper Bill Mammen Keith Bass (MO) Adam Brooks Pre 1745 1883 Post 1788 1881 1548 1887 1726 1316 1478 Rd.l W7 W4 W6 L2 HL3 L1

TD: Paul Cooper
Rd.2 W2 LI LA W3 L7 HWS Rd.3 W4 W7 HLI W6 L5 L2 Rd.4 L3 W5 WI HL2 W7 L6 Rd.S W5 D3 D2 W6 LI L4 HSc. 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

L5 L6

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1188 1896

W26 W27 D21

150S
1925 1780 1304 UNR

IS07
1400 1384 1322 1084 0963 1417 1361 1114 1088 1609 1242 1121 106S 1316

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Kamikaze Pawns
12/06/97; Evansville; TD: Andrew Baker
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Name David Niles Stephen Wargel Donald Hanebutt Michael Blandford Andrew Baker Bruce Jackson David Knight Jeff Kuhn Thomas Aigner William Walton Randy Brockman Brian Green Stephen Capps Thomas Werne Ben Belkaski Pre 1548 1843 1670 1128 1614 1379 1213 1139 0744p 0742p 1378 0998p 0868p UNR UNR Post 1606 1818 1656 1149 1617 1375 1233 1147 0850 0945 1341 Rd.l WI0 W4 W8 L2 W13 FW15 L3 BLI W14 FL5 Lll L7 Rd.2 W2 LI Wll W15 W7 W9 L5 W13 L6 Rd.3 W3 W7 L1 Dl1 Rd.4 W6 W8 WI0 W12 Sc. 4.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.S 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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099S
0866 0793 0607

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LI Wl1 L2 W13 L3 L7 L4 L9 W15 LI4

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ECCC QCE II #10
12/30/97; Elkhart; TD: Tom R. Smith
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. Martin Baldwin 02. Roger Blaine 03. Tom Smith 04. Jim Rohm os. Vernon Dudley 06. David Shepard Pre 1652 1630 1521 1348 1076 1144 Post 1671 1632 Rd.1 W4 W6 W5 LI L3 L2 Rd.2 W2 LI W4 L3 W6 LS Rd.3 W3 WS LI W6 L2 L4 Rd.4 WS W4 W6 L2 L1 L3 Rd.S W6 W3 L2 W5 L4 LI Sc. 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

lS17 134S
1080 1124

IPFW Swiss
11118/97; Fort Wayne; TD: Anthony Peppler
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. Name Anthony Peppler Dan Steininger Terry Lelvlaster Jason Easterday Mike Fetcho William Fink (FL) Charly Butcher Ralph Nichter Pre Post Rd.l D6 W7 W4 L3 W8 DI L2 L5 Rd.2 W3 W5 LI D6 L2 D4 W8 L7 Rd.3 W2 LI W6 W8 Sc.

Fort Wayne I" Sunday Quads
114/98; Fort Wayne; TD: Daniel Fair
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Dennis Geiselman William Fink (FL) Phillip Steinen (OH) Dan Steininger Name Robert Lambrecht Raphael Diehl-Simel Phil Karnes (OH) Joseph Stump Jim Holloway Charly Buthcer Pre 2029 1805 2059 1867 Pre 1243 1176 1154p 1341 1092p 1365 Post Rd. 1 W2 LI W4 L3 Rd.l D2 Dl W6 W5 L4 L3 Rd.2 W3 W4 L1 L2 Rd.2 W6 W5 W4 L3 L2 LI Rd.3 Sc. 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 Sc. 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

146S
1873 1800 1007 1994 1814 1341 1592

IS33
1867 1789

2.S
2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

10S3
1976 1800 1365 1532

uL3 L4

20S3
1842 2024 1840 Post 1276 1210 1213 1301 1015 1321

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12/02/97; Fort Wayne; TD: Anthony Peppler
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. Name William Fink (FL) Anthony Peppler Terry Lelvlaster Angelo Fleming Pre 1800 Post Rd.l WS W6 W4 L33 Rd.2 D2 D1 W6 LS Rd.3 W3 WS LI W6 Sc.

Rd.3 W3 W4 LI L2

IS33
1789 1601

180S IS72
1801 1588

2.S
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Chess In Indiana

Nov 97-Mar 98

1114/98; Terre Haute; TD: Steve Steppe
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. Name Jeffrey Querner Christopher Johnson Jim Roy Matthew Fouts Steven Steppe Larry Boswell Mark Fouts Maria Fouts Luis Loarca (IL) Edward Hodge Pre 1759 1705 1367 0797 1796 1713 0794 0652 UNR 1160 Post 1768 1718 1387 0817 1774 1698 0800 0655 0703 1130 Rd. 1 W7 W4 W9 L2 WI0 W8 Ll L6 LJ L5 Rd.2 D2 01 WI0 W8 W6 L5 W9 L4 L7 . LJ Rd.3 W6 W7 W5 010 LJ Ll L2 L9 W8 D4 Rd.4 W3 W5 Ll W9 L2 W7 L6 WI0 L4 L8 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5

PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08.

Name Paul Cooper Christopher Johnson Stephen Caputi David Niles Drew Hollinberger William Mammen Bruce Jackson Chr. Nikolopoulos (IL)

Pre 1887 1795 1788 1606 1881 1726 1375 0970

Post 1883 1823 1804 1663 1833 1686 1368 0966

Rd. 1 LJ W7 WI W5 L4 W8 L2 L6

Rd.2 W7 D3 D2 W6 W8 L4 Ll L5

Rd.3 W6 W4 W5 L2 LJ Ll W8 L7

Rd.4 W8 D5 L4 W3 D2 W7 L6 L1

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Sc. 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.0 0.0

09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Christopher Davidson Thanh Higgins Jason Baker Robert Bentley Nathaniel Stout Nathaniel Greene Christopher Carpita David Knight Travis Daniel Joshua Olah Jesse Bloomer Cary Krachinski Jeffery Studtman Adam Reveal Michael Blandford Jason Easterday Thomas Rosenbaum Daniel Lynch Collin Lines Corey Hagelberg Andy Meluch Shardual Shah Chris Pitt Jim Mooneyhan

1161 1139 1130 1066 0951 0862 UNR 1233 1126 1110 1065 1530 1287 1188 1149 1081 1072 0998 0747 0685 UNR UNR UNR UNR

1155 W31 1178 W7 1109 W27 1118 Ll5 1009 L2 0939 W21 1034 W12 1184 W28 1128 01 1087 W30 1061 W29 1446 W26 1209 Ll4 1153 U1101 1087 L5 1103 W8 0991 L20 0739 Lll 0709 Ll6 0657 Ll9 0769 Ll8 0753 L9 0530 LJ

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Ll4 W20 Ll3 L2 W11 W9 W31 W26 L22 D7 L8 LlO L24 W17 L4 W21 Ll Ll6 W32 LJ L30 W29 Ll5 L27

W26 Ll W30 W20 LJ Ll8 L22 L4 W31 W14 W27 Ll2 L? W15 W28 L8 L6 L9 Ll9 L23 W32 Lll Ll7 L29

W24 LJ W25 W8 W23 W22 W27 D19 W30 L4 D16 L7 W28 Ll4 Ll3 L9 Lll W29 Ll5 L21 L26 Ll7 W32 LJ1

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

SCI Individual State Championships
1117/98; Terre Haute; TD: Robert Fischer
High School Section PI. Name 01. Robert Seipel 02. Andy Alexander 03. Drew Hollinberger 04. John Sparks 05. Brandon Lynch 06. William Ko 07. Adam Briner 08. Patrick Maier 09. David Aukerman 10. Matthew Morgan 11. Brian Davis 12. Anand Narayanan 13. Ryan Brown 14. Kevin Labaj 15. Michael Brooks 16. Timothy Shenk 17. JoshLewis 18. Lee Morrison 19. Matthew Smith 20. Craig Franze 21. Gary Martin 22. Tyson Mowery 23. Rodger Hoke 24. Andrew Pheasant 25. Fred Kanter 26. Neel Agrawal 27. Joseph Mendoza 28. Jeffrey Hagelberg 29. Jimmy Hawley 30. Mark Moverer 31. Larry Faulkner 32. William Waite 9th Grade & Under PI. Name 01. John Cole 02. Alexander Polky 03. James Cates 04. Joey Dewitt 05. Andrew Chi 06. Eric Morse 07. Eric Reyes 08. JeffClaasen Pre 1831 1835 1833 1795 1610 1677 1449 1606 1556 1530 1357 1334 1329 '~1235 1042 1319 1267 1178 1123 1250 1209 1172 1121 0881 0864 UNR 1031 1087 0965 0715p 0556 0801 Post 1864 1834 1832 1788 1611 1642 1429 1600 1549 1482 1354 1369 1342 1260 1122 1328 1250 1209 1160 1229 1207 1167 1115 0898 0870 1240 1007 1063 0946 0824 0571 0750 Rd.1 W20 W22 W21 W18 W28 L19 W25 W23 W27 LIS W24 W32 Rd.2 Wll W12 W13 W16 019 W26 Ll5 W14 W29 W28 L1 L2 LJ L8 W7 L4 D27 W31 D5 W24 W25 W32 W30 L20 L2l L6 D17 LIO L9 L23 Ll8 L22 Rd.3 W4 W9 W8 Ll W15 W21 W20 LJ L2 W19 Ll8 W26 W22 W29 L5 W23 W30 W11 L10 L7 L6 Ll3 Ll6 W31 W32 Ll2 L28 W27 LI4 Ll7 L24 L25 Rd.4 W3 D5 Ll W13 D2 D16 D18 Ll2 W15 Ll4 W26 W8 L4 WI0 L9 D6 W19 D7 L17 W28 W29 W24 W25 L22 L23 L11 LJO L20 L21 W27 W32 LJI Rd.S D2 D1 W9 W12 W14 W17 W16 W18 LJ W22 W21 L4 W23 L5 W20 L7 L6 L8 W30 Ll5 Lll LlO L13 W28 W31 W29 W32 L24 L26 Ll9 L25 L27 Sc. 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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6th Grade & Under PI. Name o 1. Curtis Anderson 02. Nathaniel Boggs 03. Patrick Mihelich 04. Cameron Pulaski OS. Paul Jacobi 06. Eric Lehman 07. Evan Pabis 08. Nicholas Lynch 09. Matthew Fouts 10. Kyle Heldman 11. Tiffany Ko 12. Nathan Kross 13. Sammy Saber 14. Seth Birky 15. Ann Chi 16. Thomas Reives 17. James Stohler 18. Matt Rainbolt 19. Phillip Pimentel 20. Larry Stropes 21. Matthew Miller 22. Matthew Worden 23. Nat Grossman 24. Rachel Reyes 25. Neil Shah 26. Daniel Miller 27. Paul McAndrews 28. Christopher Ebsch 29. Bienni. Weiswerda 30. Andrew Stone 31. Jerimiah Stone 32. Peiyuan Zhang 33. Jon Houchin

Pre 1441 1328 1192 1132 1088 0930 1100 1021 0971 0965 0950 0942 0876 0856 1236 0955 0936 0817 1043 0969 0940 0924 0923 0867 0832 0914 0736 0959 0500 0422 0334p 1058 0426p

Post 1463 1329 1211 1140 1090 100S 1088 1021 0996 0958 0971 0978 0893 0910 1188 0956 0964 0815 0984 0943 0940 0914 0911 0843 0849 0872 0740 0914 0486 0438 0390 1034 0431

Rd. 1 W26 W16 W9 Ll7 L6 WS W25 W28 LJ W33 W29 W15 W31 W32 L12 L2 W4 L20 L22 WI8 W27 W19 W24 L23 L7 Ll L21 L8 Lli ULl3 Ll4 LIO

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Rd.3 W21 W14 W17 W23 W25 W7 L6 W22 W24 W13 W28 W31 LIO L2 W20 W33 LJ W29 W30 LI5 Ll L8 L4 L9 L5 D27 D26 L11 Ll8 Ll9 Ll2 ULI6

Rd.4 W3 W6 Ll W21 WIO L2 D17 Ll2 W28 LS W15 W8 W23 W26 Lll W22 D7 W27 L25 W31 L4 Ll6 L13 W33 WI9 Ll4 Ll8 L9 LJO W29 L20 UL24

Rd.5 W2 Ll Wll W12 W14 W17 DIS W20 W21 W25 LJ L4 W26 L5 D7 D18 L6 D16 W28 L8 L9 W31 W30 W27 LlO LI3 L24 Ll9 W33 L23 L22 UL29

Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

3rd Grade & Under Section Sixty-four players competed, with Raphael Diehl-Simel (1221) capturing clear first with a 6-0 score. Tied for 2nd- 6th places were Matt Fisher (940), Elizabeth Miranda (866), Eric Lane (820), Danny Grossman (788), and Brian Federman (771), all scoring 5-1. 9th & Under Junior Varsi!y Section Sixty-two players competed in this section, which produced a 2-way tie for first place between Sean Motel (1108) and Jason Wycoff (1029), both scoring 5-0. Tied for 3rd thru ~ places with 4-1 scores were: Nick Patterson (1097), Jeffrey Bauman (1075), John Pimentel (1077), Matt Noel (1009), and William Harris (978). 6th & Under Junior Varsi!y Section

Pre 1904 1388 1231 0906 1761 1438 0996 1338

Post 1899 1419 1240 0992 1745 1440 1052 1304

Rd. 1 D17 W13 W32 L6 W24 W4 L10 L2S

Rd.2 W14 W3 L2 W30 W23 W18 W29 WI7

Rd.3 W25 W12 W28 W23 W6 L5 DI8 W19

Rd.4 W10 D5 WI3 W16 D2 W2S W21 W24

Rd.5 W5 D6 W10 W18 L1 D2 W20 Ll2

Sc. 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.S 3.0

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Another Sixty-two players in this section - another 2-way tie for first place, this one between Joel Young (887) and Stacy Tsang (887) who both were 5-0. Tied for 2nd_8th places were Tom Wilk (911), Brandon Heuer (871), Maria Fouts (885), Alan Rosenbaum (814), Ryan Buyer (836), and Alexander Frazer (774), who all scored 41.

02. 03. 04. 05. 06.

Jim Mooneyhan Benjam. Moskovich Arie Lyles Alex Kintzele Ryan Gann

0530p 0538 0497 0535 0398

0615 0550 0499 0484 0371

W5 W6 L1 L2 L3

L1 W5 W6 L3 L4

W4 01 L2 D6 D5

W3 L2 WS L4 L1

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Riverpointe Action Open
1117/98; Indianapolis;
Pl. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. Name Jacek Martynow Benjamin Jeanson Paul Cooper Drew Hollinberger David Frey Frank Klanduch William Cone (AL) David Kennett David Konnert Gordon Simons Tim Shier Pre 1783 1180 1883 1832 1416 1391 1380 1617 1301 1693 UNR Post 1804 1240 1859 1799 1465 1394 1390 1593 1289 1657 0934

TD: Paul Cooper
Rd.2 W4 BW10 Ll D8 W9 WIt DS L6 L3 L7 Rd.3 03 W11 01 L5 W4 W7 L6 W10 BL8 L2 Rd.4 W8 W6 W5 W10 L3 L2 Rd.5 D5 W3 L2 W9 D1 W11 W8 L7 L4 Sc. 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

Section 5 T J Nicodemus (356) won with a 4-0 score

Rd. 1 W9 LlO W6 W7 W11 L3 L4 HLl W2 L5

Club Quads
2/4/98; Logansport; TD: Gary Fox
01. 02. 03. 04. Gary Fox Ruben Calisto Victor Zamudio Alex Zamudio 1645p 1328p 1263p 1365p 1616 1362 1316 1299 -x-1-0-0-0-x-1-0-1-0-x-1-1_112_ -x2.0 2.0 1.5 0.5

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Deep Winter Blues
2/7/98; Evansville; TD: Craig Hines
Pl. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. Name Terry Winchester Cameron Feltner (IL) David Niles Andrew Baker Philip Young Stephen Wargel Marquis Quinn (KY) Randy Brockman Gary Swathell (KY) Jack Heller (IL) David Knight Arthur Morris Pre 1640 2005 1647 1617 1592 1818 1478 1334 1672 1258 1214 1296 Post 1684 1984 1670 1623 1613 1776 1493 1352 1632 1252 1220 1178 Rd. 1 W10 W3 L2 011 W12 D7 D6 L9 W8 Ll D4 L5 Rd.2 W2 Ll W10 W6 W9 L4 W11 W12 L5 L3 L7 L8 Rd.3 D5 W8 W9 W7 D1 W11 L4 L2 L3 W12 L6 LlO Rd.4 W4 W5 D6 Ll L2 D3 D9 W10 D7 L8 012 D11 Sc.
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New Year Open
1117/98; Evansville; TD: Terry Winchester
Pl. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. Name David Niles Terry Winchester Harshad Parmar Randy Brockman Philip Young Bruce Jackson Romallis S1. Ccyr (KY) Jeff Kuhn Michael Blandford David Knight Brian Green Don Armstrong (IL) James Runnion (KY) Pre 1663 1644 1578 1341 1637 1368 1313 1147 1101 1184 0995 1008p 0963p Post 1647 1640 1573 1334 1592 1372 1295 1149 1147 1214 1004 1050 0980 Rd. 1 D11 LlO W8 W13 L9 FLl2 L3 W5 W2 01 W7 L4 Rd.2 W12 W7 DlO L9 W11 W8 L2 L6 W4 D3 L5 Ll BRd.3 W10 W6 W9 W12 W13 L2 W11 BL3 Ll L7 L4 L5 Rd.4 03 W5 01 WlO L2 W13 W9 W12 L7 L4 Sc. 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0

3.0 2.5
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2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.5

Bremen Open
12127/97; Bremen; TD: Jonathin Molnar
Pl. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Nick Bragg Chad Huff Chris Hickey Jarryd Anglin Josh Hueni Calvinn Molnar Pre 0870 0789 0739p 0902 0934 0921p Post 0933 0823 0791 0865 0862 0789 Rd. 1 W6 W5 W4 L3 L2 Ll Rd.2 W6 D5 L4 L3 D2 Ll Rd.3 W5 D6 D4 D3 Ll D2 Rd.4 D4 D5 W6 D1 D2 L3 Rd.S W5 D3 D2 W6 Ll L4 Sc. 4.5 3.0 3.0 2.0 1.0 0.5

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Michigan City January Scholastic
1118/98; Michigan City; TD: Harold Henderson .,
Section 1 Pl. Name 01. Cameron Pulaski 02. Aaron Miller 03. Justin Gish 04. Michael East (MI) 05. Daniel East (MI) 06. Joseph Nelsxon Section 2 Pl. Name 01. Joel Young 02. Brandon Heuer 03. Charles Guse 04. Kevin Beckman 05. Joshua Fogus 06. Eric Gann Section 3 Pl. Name 01. Josh Hever 02. Mark Miller 03. Alex. Osenkarski 04. Natalie Studtman 05. Kyle Gish 06. Brandon Hammothe Section 4 Pl. Name 01. Cory Cook Pre 1140 0980 1009 0861 0901 0894 Post 1140 1011 1004 0879 0881 0869 Rd.1 L2 WI L6 W5 L4 W3 Rd.2 W4 W6 W5 Ll L3 L2 Rd.3 W5 L3 W2 W6 Ll L4 Rd.4 W3 W4 Ll L2 W6 L5 Sc. 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0

Chessterton January Open
1124/98; Chesterton; TD: Harold Henderson
Pl. Name Bryan Gast (IL) 02. Joe Cima (IL) 03. Hans Herr 04. Robby Singer (IL) 05. William Roberts 06. Michael Newbanks 07. Robert Riddle (IL) 08. Philip Michalik (IL) 09. Antanas Vilutis 10. Kenneth Huang 11. Benjamin Swanson 12. Steve Emery 13. Daniel Leung (IL) 14. Michael Marek 15. Winston Huang (IL) 16. Mark Rokita (IL) 17. Eric Maye 18. Rogelio Zepeda (IL) 19. Martez Woods (IL) 20. Harry Berndt 21. William Ferguson (IL) 22. Paul Kamber 23. George Kamber Pre 2010 1906 1669 1925 1600 1500 1499 1946 1875 1663 1399 1286 1607 1562 1317 1242 1238 1156 0967 1599 1170 0963 1927 Post 2019 1931 1695 1916 1605 1503 1520 1942 1858 1650 1418 1330 1582 1534 1324 1251 1266 1200 1026 1587 1169 0987 1927 Rd.1 W11 W21 W26 W15 W32 W22 W29 W25 W16 W27 Ll L23 W17 W28 L4 L9 Ll3 W31 030 W33 L2 L6 W12 Rd. 2 W20 W14 W18 W5 L4 D9 W13 WlO D6 L8 W33 W27 L7 L2 W32 W22 W29 L3 W31 Ll W28 Ll6 Rd.3 D2 Dl D8 W7 W16 D19 L4 03 W24 W21 W26 D20 W15 Ll7 L13 L5 W14 W25 D6 012 L20 W32 Rd.4 W9 W4 W13 L2 W17 W18 W19 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0

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Pre 0887 0871 0808 0798 0875 0734

Post 0892 0875 0829 0820 0850 0704

Rd. 1 W5 W6 L4 W3 Ll L2

Rd.2 L3 W4 WI L2 W6 L5

Rd.3 W6 L3 W2 W5 L4 Ll

Sc. 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0

Pre 0814 0808 0715 0627 0765 0679

Post 0864 0823 0724 0650 0707 0639

Rd.1 W5 W3 L2 W6 L1 L4

Rd.2 ,Rd.3 W2 W4 W6 Ll W6 W5 W5 Ll L4 L3 L3 L2

Rd.4 W3 W4 Ll L2 D6 D5

Sc. 4.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 0.5 0.5

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Chess In Indiana

Nov 97-Mar 98

24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Neil Ruzic Miguel Campos (IL) Charles Dailey Daniel Widing (IL) Richard Lewis (IL) Alan Lawson Orlan Smith (IL) Harry Matlin Robert Widing Merlyn Moore

1601 1325p 1111 1049 1016 UNR 1505 1672 1128 1101

1580 1261 1124 1044 1019 1057 1479 1610 1084 1056

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Joepye February Tournament
2/14/98; Middlebury; TD: Joe Riegsecker
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Name Mike Vidulich Sam Shapiro Daniel Bryant Kevin Fyr Josh Lewis Dan Shenk Roger Blaine Phil Smeltzer Joe Riegsecker John Clark David Shepard Robert Lewis Robert Moore (MI) Sam Elzerman Don. Hershberger Rodger Hoke Richard Neely (MI) Mark Leliaert Michael Lueer (MI) Jonothon Cawley Eric Harrell Ryan Sink Cory Stutzman Vernon Dudley Pre 1735 1811 1674 1384 1250 1738 1700 1400 1571 1472 0982 0981 1638 1457 1222 1115 1404 1250 1041 0850p 0816 0671 0644 0988 Post 1748 1806 1684 1430 1284 1730 1700 1403 1551 1449 1036 0989 1600 1446 1206 1129 1403 1253 1036 0866 0811 0686 0660 0936 Rd. 1 W16 W15 W24 W22 W23 W18 W19 W21 W13 L11 WI0 LI4 L9 W12 L2 LI W20 L6 L7 LI7 L8 L4 L5 L3 Rd.2 D4 W17 W5 Dl L3 014 W8 L7 D11 W20 D9 LI8 W24 D6 W22 W21 L2 W12 W23 LIO LI6 LI5 LI9 LI3 Rd.3 W14 W3 L2 D13 W19 W11 HD16 HW15 L6 W22 D4 LI LIO D8 RdA W2 LI W7 W9 W13 L3 W14 L4 D15 W20 L5 L8 D11 Sc. 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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1448 Jeff Venable 1403 Phil Smeltzer UNR Pyaaarali Keshvani 1851 Stan Beckwith (MI) 1745 Andrew Chi 1419 Alexander Polky Errol Hartman (WI) 1351 1330 Steve Emery 1245 Martha Ceterski (MI) 1887 Michael Horton (IL) Nico. Bleijendaal (PA) UNR Francis Findley UNR 1887 Deon Horton (IL) 1572 Anthony Peppler 1549 Ken Ceterski (MI) David harbert (PA) UNR 1663 Julie Oberweis (IL) 1188 Ann Chi Chr. Nikolopoulous (IL) 0966 Stephen Essayan (MI) 0767p David Miller (OH) 0756 Bas. Nikolopoulous (IL) 0592 UNR Reg Groves UNR David Marshall 1324p Vincent Lopez UNR Harold King (IL)

1460 1411 1582 1793 1732 1415 1376 1322 1269 1845 1265 1171 1845 1577 1504 1176 1663 1206 0978 0852 0751 0615 0896 0866 1190 1146

L8 LI5 W46 W39 W42 L22 LI4 LII L34 L5 W53 L35 D48 D9 LI L33 W52 D43 L6 LI6 L13 L47 L41 LI7 L25 L26

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HTS CHESS FESTIVAL 1997 (Grandmaster Section)
11/28-11/30/97;
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Loek Van Wely Jan Tirnrnan Alexander Yermolinsky Yasser Seirawan Jeroen Piket Tal Shaked Pre 2711 UNR 2686 2698 2655 2567

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Post 2724 2823 2694 2697 2643 2558 Rd.l L2 WI D5 W6 03 L4

TD: Carol Jarecki
Rd.2 W6 D5 W4 L3 D2 LI Rd.3 03 W6 01 W5 L4 L2 RdA W4 D3 D2 LI D6 D5 Rd.5 W5 D4 D6 D2 LI D3 Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.5 1.5 1.0

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HTS CHESS FESTIVAL 1997
11/28-11/30/97;
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. "",Pre Name John Langreck (OH) 2261 2187 Oliver Koo (OH) 2327 Rene Olthof Rubin Miller (OH) 2099 1880 Doug Todd 1853 Nader Goubran (IL) Lawrence Butler (WI) 1918 Ognjan Virijevich 1887 Antanas Vilutis 1858 David Granik (WI) 1844 1783 Tom Ceterski (MI) 1977 Samuel Naylor (IL) Justin Ceterski (MI) 1957 Tom Taylor (IL) 1952 George Kamber 1927 1787 Lary Rust (OH) 1695 Hans Herr 1605 William Roberts 1572 Richard Lawrence John Steele (IL) 1400 Jon Schrombeck 1304 EO Sollano (IL) 1998 Peter connor (IL) 1900 Richard Reich (WI) 1892 Sant. Zorzopulos (IL) 1755 Charles Higgins 1673 Scott Kittsley (WI) 1517 Michael Newbanks 1503 1502 James Smutniak (IL) John Wilhehn (IL) 1461

Mike's West Side Rating Destroyer
1/31/98; South Bend; TD: Mike Vidulich
Sc. 4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Name Mike Vidulich Sam Shapiro Jeff Pinson Keith Kovach Phil Smeltzer Terry Harris Pre 1748 1806 1171 UNR 1426 1403 Post 1740 1806 1198 1381 1431 1380 Rd.1 L3 W5 WI W6 L2 L4 Rd.2 D2 Dl W6 L5 W4 L3 Rd.3 W6 W3 L2 BRdA W4 Rd.5 W4 Sc. 3.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 Rd.5 W3 W9 Ll W7 W16 W13 L4 W26 L2 W25 W17

Merrillville;
Post 2270 2190 2320 2088 1896 1869 1945 1871 1870 1860 1793 1990 1938 1918 1935 1823 1725 1626 1571 1408 1343 1969 1916 1846 1746 1664 1514 1492 1510 1480 Rd. 1 W45 W27 W18 W28 W40 W49 W20 W31 D44

TD: Carol Jarecki
Rd.2 W5 W34 Wll LI66 L1 LI2 W35 LI7 W41 D14 L3 W6 L23 DI0 W33 W4 W8 D39 L24,. L40 W54 W25 WD W19 L22 HW51 W50 W52 W49 Rd.3 D23 W15 W22 W30 W36 W32 W24 W29 W25 W44 W28 W17 W31 LI6 L2 W14 Ll2 W45 W40 W42 L35 L3 Dl L7 W38 L9 W41 L11 L8 L4 RdA W16 D7 W12 WI0 W19 W27 D2 D25 W23 L4 033 L3 W22 D18 W35 Ll W24 D14 L5 W50 W41 LI3 L9 LI7 D8 W37 L6 D39 W40 W48

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Riverpointe Action
1/31/98; Indianapolis;
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Name Paul Cooper Stephen Caputi Michael Anders (OH) David Kennett David Frey Jacek Martynow John Wortinger Brandon Kreines (OH) David Gilinsky (OH) Bill Boehm Mark McPeak David AI-Khatib Adam Blitzer (OH) Frank Klanduch Romallis St Cyr (KY) Robert Herman (OH) David Konnert Pre 1859 1804 1603 1593 1465 1804 1707 1396 0927 UNR UNR 1782 1403 1392 1295 0976 1289 Post 1850 1805 1628 1628 1505 1753 1665 1445 1004 1049 1204 1728 1416 1370 1308 0999 1241

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Rd.2 L4 W5 W15 WI L2 W21 LI4 W17 WI0 L9 W20 L13 W12 W7 L3 W22 L8 Rd.3 W18 W13 W14 L8 W9 Wl1 W16 W4 L5 W21 L6 W15 L2 L3 Ll2 L7 W19 Rd.4 W8 W3 L2 W6 W12 L4 W13 LI W17 W22 D16 L5 L7 LI5 W14 D11 L9 Rd.5 W2 LI W7 W13 W8 W15 L3 L5 W14 W18 W19 Sc. 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5

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18. Matt Alvis (OH) 19·. Daniel Bernstein (OH) 20. Kenneth Tuttle 21. Leslie Imel 22. Rod Razavi (OH)

0985 0868p 0918 0838 0614p

0979 0928 0882 0838 0631

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First Sunday Swiss
2/1/98; Fort Wayne; TD: Daniel Fair
PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. Name Win Moe Nick Adams Josh Bousum Phil Steinen (OH) William Fink (FL) Daniel Fair Phillip Meyers Jon Fair Raphael Diehl-Simel Gary Wagonrod (OH) Pre 2306 2277 2136 2024 1842 1888 1824 1640 1221 1289 Post 2329 2279 2127 2021 1851 1863 1800 1635 1251 1283 Rd. 1 W5 W7 W8 WI0 Ll L9 L2 L3 W6 L4 Rd.2 W4 W3 L2 Ll WI0 W8 W9. L6 L7 L5 Rd.3 W2 Ll W5 W7 L3 U-L4 WI0 U-L8 Rd.4 W3 W4 Ll L2 W7 UL5 UUUSc. 4.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46.

Jeremy Thompson Kara Bloomer Dylan Spartz Andrew Stone Sara Krachinski T J Nicodemus Zachary Martin

0630p 0553 0505 0438 0435 0356 0248

0493 0532 0448 0398 0414 0320 0218

L26 L3 L2 LlO Ll4 L21 Ll2

L41 W40 L25 L33 L28 UL39

W43 Ll4 L24 L40 L36 Ll9 L32

Ll8 L21 L44 L27 W42 L34 L38

L30 L27 W45 W46 L35 L42 L43

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

Honey Creek Invitational
2/7/98; Terre Haute; TD: Robert Fischer
High School Section PI. Name 01. Brian Davis 02. Ryan Worden 03. Brandon Lynch 04. Scott Goeller 05. Eric Gilbert 06. Curtis Anderson 07. William Hamilton 08. Jason Hamilton 09. Jason Wycoff 10. Nathaniel Stout 11. Eric Morse 12. Logan Davis 13. Rebecca Lynch 14. Andrew Howard 15. Eddie Lowe 16. Carrie Tatlock 17. Crystal Lake 18. Billy Russell 19. John Jackson 20. David Elliott 8th Grade & Under Section PI. Name 01. Thanh Higgins 02. Ravi Patel 03. Stephen Rowe 04. Paul Jacobi 05. Nathan Wonder 06. TomWilk 07. Mark Minnick 08. Yuan Zhou 09. Jason Nakai 10. Reed Richardson 11. JeffBaumgam 12. Matt Rainbolt 13. Ian Hersberger-G 14. Shan Siddiqi 15. ZackZelesnick 16. Phillip Meiser 17. Joseph Wiggins 18. Ryan Robinson 19. Kyle Zelesnick 20. Richie Allen 21. Scott Steenerson 22. Brad Tabor 23. Michael Baugh 24. Neil Ramolia 25. Christopher Gagnon 26. T J Turner 27. Kevin Prothero 28. Seth Staggs 29. Eric Langley 30. Aaron Sloan 31. Chad Miller 32. Brandon Wilde 33. Raj Patel 34. Michael Childress 35. Seth Baysinger 36. David Robins 37. Christopher Luedtke 38. Anthony Mullis Pre 1354 1287 1611 1364 1234 1463 1347 1095 1029 1009 1440 1261 1216 1445 0699p 0522 0678 0476p UNR UNR Post 1370 1306 1589 1376 1287 1480 1327 1092 1036 0993 1410 1291 1201 1419 0788 0538 0690 0509 0776 0860 Rd.l L5 L6 W7 W8 WI W2 L3 L4 W19 Ll7 Ll2 Wll HHD16 D15 WI0 BL9 Rd.2 W20 W17 Dl2 L6 D11 W4 W9 W18 L7 W19 D5 D3 W16 W15 Ll4 L13 L2 L8 LlO Ll Rd.3 W9 W18 W6 WlO W7 L3 L5 W17 Ll L4 W15 W14 W20 Ll2 Lll Ll9 L8 L2 W16 Ll3 Rd.4 W3 W13 Ll Dl4 W12 U-W17 W19 W20 W15 UL5 L2 D4 LlO W18 L7 Ll6 L8 L9 Rd.5 W8 W5 Sc. 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

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Michigan City Valentine Scholastic
2/7/98; Michigan City; TD: Harold Henderson
section 1 PI. Name 01. Cary Krachinski 02. Matthew Morgan 03. Benjamin Swanson 04. Kevin Labaj 05. Mark Harmon 06. Matthew Smith section 2 PI. Name 01. John Pimentel 02. Matt Noel 03. Wayne Osenkarski 04. Christopher Ebsch 05. Josh Hever 06. Charles Guse 07. Phillip Pimentel 08. Joel Young 09. Daniel East (M!) 10. Michael East (M!) 11. Alex. Osenkarski 12. Eric Gann 13. Freddie Pabon 14. Brandon Heuer 15. Joshua Fogus 16. Mark Miller 17. Todd Taylor 18. Natalie Studtman 19. Tommy Pimentel 20. Michael Phillips 21. Justin Ludwig 22. Warren Swanson 23. Emerson Spartz 24. Ryan Gann 25. Zacky Zandstra 26. Kyle Gish 27. Ben Foster 28. Brian Swansonn 29. Bradly Eisele 30. Arie Lyles 31. Ryan Gish 32. Du Zandstra 33. Doug Spencer 34. Cameron Van Cleef 35. Melvin Laster 36. Jim Mooneyhan 37. James Parker 38. Kyle Nieman 39. Shannon Banks Pre 1446 1482 1418 1260 1143p 1160 Post 1486 1476 1415 1256 1161 1126 Rd. 1 W4 W5 W6 Ll L2 L3 Rd.2 W2 Ll W5 W6 L3 L4 Rd.3 W3 W4 Ll L2 W6 L5 Sc·. 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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Post 1113 1008 0979 0930 0892 0838 0988 0886 0886 0902 0755 0719 1012 0860 0848 0814 0699 0664 0627 0650 0753 0892 0784 0418 0290 0690 0489 0553 0541 05405 0498 0425 0396 0349 0489 0526 0559 0524 0517

Rd. 1 W37 W42 W41 W39 W34 W31 W18 W24 W29 W43 W36 W46 W28 W44 W38 W32 W33 L7 W35 W27 W45 W30 W25 L8 L23 W40 L20 Ll3 L9 L22 L6 Ll6 Ll7 L5 Ll9 Lll Ll LI5 L4

Rd.2 Rd.3 W8 W15 L23 W18 W11 W13 W12 W23 L9 W30 L20 W29 W16 W22 Ll D39 W5 LlO W21 W9 L3 W33 L4 D25 W14 L3 L13 W41 W19 Ll L7 W31 L22 W21 W32 L2 Ll5 W45 W6 W26 LlO Ll7 W17 L7 W2 L4 D37 W42 W42 D12 U-L20 L31 ,L34 W44 "W35 W34 L6 W36 L5 W27 Ll6 L18 W46 W43 Lll L29 W27 W38 L28 L30 W44 D24 W38 L35 L37 W46 D8

Rd.4 W3 W16 Ll W20 W13 W19 DlO W37 D23 D7 D22 W39 L5 W28 W17 L2 Ll5 W40 L6 L4 W41 D11 D9 L26 L29 W24 W43 Ll4 W25 L33 W35 W36 W30 W45 L31 L32 L8 W46 L12

Rd.5 W4 WlO W7 Ll W15 W14 L3 W26 W20 L2 W23 W22 W29 L6 L5 W34 W31 W33 W32 L9 W28 Ll2 L11 W39 W37 L8 W41 L21 L13 W40 Ll7 L19 Ll8 Ll6 W44 D38 L25 D36 L24

Sc. 5.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

Pre 1178 1066 0913 1090 1004 0911 0890 0755 0319 1086 1084 0815 0736 0727 0716 0668 0655 0655 0641 0581 0560 0393 UNR 0743 0559p 0432 0667p 0616p 0532 0517 0484 0454p 0451 0375p 0321p 0300p 0270p Ol71p

Post 1203 1089 0930 1088 0995 0952 0920 0757 0415 1037 1058 0799 0740 0709 0710 0666 067l 0683 0653 0618 0605 0446 0582 0724 0546 0453 0620 0553 0549 0511 0492 0430 0461 0412 0456 0372 0353 0201

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Rd.3 W6 W22 W26 W29 W39 Ll W30 W40 W34 L20 W21 L31 W27 W48 W36 W43 W45 W32 W37 WlO Lll L2 W44 W38 W42 L3 L13 W50 L4 L7 W12 Ll8 L9 W41 Ll5 Ll9 L24

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Ron King Adeola Adediron Raghav Sharma David Stewart Jeff Smith Tim Hittel Chao Hollandswort Tina Barnhart Iva Hostetler Luke Walker James Miller Michael Jones

UNR UNR UNR 0569p 1003p 0421 0304p 0259p 0229p UNR UNR UNR

0626 0487 0495 0470 0596 0370 0258 0213 0212 0305 0170 0100

W45 W34 W44 L6 L33 L41 L39 L30 L31 L36 L26 L22

W44 L9 W38 D26 L34 L39 W50 L48 L3 W46 L32 L45

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L24 L21 Ll7 W48 W50 L49 Ll6 L28 L30 L42 W44 L43

L20 W46 L21 L34 L37 W50 L38 L40 L33 L25 L36 L44

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2/14/98; Indianapolis;
01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. Paul Cooper Drew Hollinberger William Mammen David Criswell Joseph Smith Frank Klanduch 1850 1799 1686 UNR 1621 1400 1853 1813 1710 1484 1612 1370 W2 LI W4 L3 W6 L5

TD: Paul Cooper
W5 W4 W6 L2 LI L3 L3 W5 WI W6 L2 L4 W6 W3 L2 W4 W6 FLI FL2 4.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 LO 0.0

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Michigan City Quick Valentine
2/10/98; Michigan City; TD: Harold Henderson
(quick-rated) PI. Name 01. Cary Krachinski 02. Matthew Morgan 03. Jeffery Studtrnan 04. Jeffery Studtrnan 05. Benjamin Swanson 06. Matthew Smith 07. Warren Swanson 08. Brian Studtrnan 09. Wayne Osenkarski 10. Kevin Labaj 11. Jesse Bloomer 12. Brandon Heuer 13. Gary Martin 14. Josh Hever 15. Alex. Osenkarski Pre 1465 1336 1209p 1528 1146 1043p 0810 1568 1055 1032 0874 0341p 1122 0892p 0755p Post 1464 1354 1261 1526 1145 1083 0832 1552 1044 1025 0870 0412 1104 0877 0718 Rd. I WlI W7 W14 W13 L6 W5 L2 WI0 D12 L8 LI D9 L4 L3 Rd.2 W6 W4 D88 L2 WI0 LI WI3 D3 W15 L5 W12 Lll L7 L9 Rd.3 D2 Dl W9 W8 W14 Wll WI5 L4 L3 W12 L6 LlO Sc. 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 PI. 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

Joepye February U1400fUNR
2/7/98; Middlebury; TD: Joe Riegsecker
Name Filip Stanek JeffClaasen Kevin Fyr Floyd Smith Timothy Shenk Luke Jordan Jesse Bloomer Michael Lueer (MI) Jeffrey Bauman Lance Yoder David Shepard Joe OdIe Robert Lewis Matthew Miller Jonothon Cawley Michael Honderich Dwayne OdIe James Otto Aaron Keister Steve Hage Kevin Moore Scott Wheaton Paul Hage Seth Birky Darren Miller Bryan Kauffman Jimmie Gibson Evan Pabis Matthew Gunden Donavon Ascencio Nicholas Miller Mark Bauman Jan-Aar, Klaasen Joshua Mann (MI) Parker Snowden Mark Perry Carlos Zepeda Ben Jacobs Seth Grimes Rueben Gingrich Billy Keeler Aaron Schwinn Joel Miller Suhale Manzoor Weston Fribley James Lacy Sam Jacobs Stephen Baumann Christopher Johnston Tyler Yoder Pre 1337 1304 1430 1373 1328 1243 1061 1036 1075 0863 1035 1009 0989 0924 0866 0863 0821 0791 0729 UNR UNR UNR 0936p 0910 0721 0555p 1220 1088 0965 0773p 0745 0729 0721p 0663p 0606p 0550 0513p 0363p UNR UNR UNR 0711p UNR 0920 0553p 0470p UNR UNR UNR UNR Post 1351 1328 1416 1351 1329 1247 1083 1063 1081 0883 1055 1019 1020 0942 0855 0873 0856 0796 0759 0904 0935 0995 0958 0933 0746 0703 1168 1065 0936 0749 0750 0732 0729 0717 0595 0553 0568 0424 0592 0724 0635 0742 0647 0894 0547 0457 0435 0468 0180 0395 Rd. 1 W42 W32 W33 W25 W34 W35 W36 W45 W46 W47 W43 W38 W30 W41 L40 W48 W39 L20 W49 W18 L24 W29 W31 W21 L4 L27 W26 W37 L22 L13 L23 L2 L3 L5 L6 L7 L28 Ll2 L17 W15 Ll4 LI Lll W50 L8 L9 LlO Ll6 Ll9 L44 Rd.2 W44 W14 Ll3 Lll W16 WlO W17 W20 W22 L6 W4 W40 W3 L2 W46 L5 L7 W37 W28 L8 W45 L9 W29 W27 W50 W48 L24 L19 L23 L32 W43 W30 W38 W41 W49 W39 Ll8 L33 L36 L12 L34 W47 L31 LI L21 Ll5 L42 L26 L35 L25 Rd.3 W9 W12 W23 W42 W13 Wll W24 W19 LI D26 L6 L2 L5 W32 L22 W35 W40 L21 L8 L29 W18 W15 L3 L7 L28 DI0 W33 W25 W20 W39 W36 Ll4 L27 W44 Ll6 L31 W47 W49 L30 Ll7 W46 L4 W48 L34 W50 L41 L37 L43 L38 L45 Rd.4 W7 W6 W16 W31 W8 L2 LI L5 D24 W34 W23 W21 W19 W22 W43 L3 W27 W45 L13 W50 Ll2 Ll4 Lll D9 W40 L29 Ll7 Rd.5 D2 Dl W5 W12 L3 W13 WI4 Wll WI7 W24 L8 L4 L6 L7 W30 W36 L9 W34 W41 W32 W29 W31 D25 LlO D23 W37 Sc. 4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

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2/11/98; Terre Haute; TD: Steve Steppe
(quick-rated) PI. Name o I. Steven Steppe 02. Larry Boswell 03: Jeffrey Querner 04. Christopher Johnson 05. Luis Loarca (IL) 06. Tom Cassidy 07. H L Wehrmeister 08. Curtis Anderson 09. David Frey 10. Jim Roy 11. Mark Minnick 12. Edward Hodge 13. Matthew Fouts 14. Mark Fouts 15. Maria Fouts Pre 1774 1698 ,)768 1118 0703p 1723 1568 1448 1431 1387 0980 1130 0817 0800 0655 Post 1788 1713 1777 1714 1177 1705 1547 1442 1414 1372 0999 1118 0815 0799 0652 Rd.l W9 Wll WI0 W5 L4 W12 W14 W13 LI L3 L2 L6 L8 L7 BRd.2 W7 W8 W4 L3 W12 W15 LI L2 Lll W13 W9 L5 LlO BL6 Rd.3 D2 Dl W6 Wll WlO L3 WI5 W14 W12 L5 L4 L9 B-L8 L7 Rd.4 W3 W6 LI W8 W7 L2 L5 L4 WI3 W14 W15 BL9 LI0 Lll Sc. 3.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

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Abraham Lincoln Quickie
2/12/98; Mishawaka;
quick-rated PI. Name 01. Les Kistler 02. Daniel Bryant 03. Mike Vidulich 04. David Shepard 05. Vern Cloud 06. Terry Harris 07. Phil Smeltzer 08. Jeff Pinson 09. Jonothon Cawley 10. Judith Stanton 11. Roger Blaine Pre 2054 1732 1427 1124 1566 1472 1400 1102 0921p 0554p 1632 Post 2058 1735 1431 1155 1568 1472 1400 1104 0940 0819 1621

TD: Roger Blaine
Rd. 1 Rd.2 W4 W6: W8" .W3 W9 L2 LI W12 Wll W7 W12 LI WI0 L5 L2 W9 L3 L8 L7 L9 L5 Rd.3 W2 LI W5 W7 L3 W8 L4 L6 WI0 W12 Rd.4 W5 W6 D4 D3 LI L2 W9 Sc. 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

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--Indiana Masters 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 CAST ANEDA,NELSON ZELENSKY,EUGENE MOE,WIN GOGEL,DENNIS V DEAN,nMH ADAMS,NICK A WISEMAN,MICHAEL D ST AUFFER,CRAIG A THOMPSON, PETER MILLS,JAMES A SHARMA,ARUN VAN METER,LESTER L SCOTT,RICHARD A Indiana Experts 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 MCENTEE,TIMR EINARSSON,BERGST. CHARLES, THOMAS A BAISHANSKI,MILOS B HERRON,MIKE K PARHAM,BERNARD SMITH,WESV BOUSUM,JOSHUA D NEWCOMB,MURRAY LILLY, BRYAN AVGOUSTOGLOU,EURI. HESS,PETER D HAINKE,GUNTRAM R DEGEN, PHILIP G DEAN,AARON GEISLEMAN,DENNIS MILLER,DENNIS R SHARMA,UPMA KISTLER,LESLIE SNOW,GLENN W SCHW ARTZ,MARK C FAUST,ROBERT J URQUHART, DONALD VIX, VERNON A KENNEDY,JOE E* . ALFORD,JOSEPH 6' CREAN,COLIN D Indiana Class A 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 CHEN,MARKX 1999 YODER,RONNIE R 1993 CHATZRROAKIMIDIS,N. 1988 ZABAW A,MICHAEL S 1977 DOVEY,EDW ARD G 1971 TURNER,SYL VESTER A 1967 FETCHO,MIKE R 1966 AKKARI,SAFW AN H 1964 DUKE, GEORGE L 1962p ZELINSKI,PAUL B 1959 BUFFIE,EDW ARD F 1958 KOFNER, Y AKOV A 1946p ROCKHILL,DA VID 1942 STERN,MICHAEL 1939 KAMBER,GEORGE W 1935 WARNER,GLEN D 1935 HOWELL,RODNEY 1933 ROUSH,JOHN D 1933 COLE,JOHNW 1930 FU,DAVIDE 1930 BARTOW,KEVIN L 1924 HARTER,MICHAEL W 1919 REUTER,ADAM 1917 TOLAN,GERALD J 1917 FILLER,ROMAN 1915 2196 2162 2157 2154 2152 2132 2132 2127 2118 2115 2113 2075 2057 2055 2054 2053 2047 2043 2039 2037 2036 2028 2025 2024 2022 2006 2003 2393 2339 2329 2316 2303 2279 2277 2244 2243 2226 2215 2207 2204

THE INDIANA 500
The top 500 rated chesspJayers in Indiana
(as of April 1, 1998 USCF Website) 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 COTTONGIM, GARY D 1913 HIGLER, WILLIAM E 1907 HARRIS, THOMAS J 1900 MIKUT A,JOSEPH DAVID 1900 RALPH, WILLIAM C 1900 SOFORIC,ANDY 1900 STRUBE, THOMAS P 1900 ROSS,EDW ARD J 1896 STEELE, GREGORY S 1896 TODD,DOUGLAS L 1896 PALS, RANDALL 1893 DE BROT A,STEVEN 1890 HOSCH,WILLIAM L 1882 GUNTHER,DONALD E 1878 CARR,JAY A 1875 FRIEDMAN, WAYNE A 1875 VIRIJEVICH,OGNJAN 1871 VILUTIS,ANT ANAS 1870 SEIPEL,ROBERT 1864 FAIR,DANIEL K 1863 LA WALL,CARL V 1861 COOPER,PAUL R NEAL 1853 SIEVERS, THOMAS G 1848 CUMMINGS,JOSEPH 1845 HALEY,CHARLES A 1845 STEININGER,DANIEL A 1840 STEPPE,STEVEN J 1836 ALEXANDER,ANDY A 1834 FREESE,M HUNTER 1830 EASTER,JOHN 1825 JOHNSON,CHRISTOPHER 1823 ROME,nMMIE 1817 MILLER,ERNEST L 1815 MC KENNA,JOHN V 1814 HOLLINBERGER,DREW 1813 JACHYRA,MARIAN 1813p QUERNER,JEFFREY J 1811 KORZENECKI,PETER C 1808 SHAPIRO, SAMUEL 1806 CAPUTI,STEPHEN P 1805 GILLILAND,RANDY C 1803 LE MASTER, TERRY L 1801 MEYERS,PHILLIP R 1800 SCHMUCKER, VIVIAN S 1800 SHARPLESS,GEOFFREY P 1800 Indiana Class B III 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 BOSWELL,LARRY L GANT,MICHAEL L KAMIENIECKI,PETER J HENDERSON,HAROLD A OXLEY,JAMIEG REED,BRooKS CHEN,ERICJ SPARKS,JOHN HMlILTON,KENNETH WILSON,STOY W CLQUD,VERN ALWINE,GARY LYNCH,MARK 0 HINES, WILLIAM G W ARGEL,STEPHEN DA VIS,JAMES F ST ACKPOLE,EDW ARD SAVAGE,ROBERT GRISWOLD,ALAN BALDWIN,MARTIN MILLER,DA VID C 1794 1794 1794 1793 1793 1789 1788 1788 1786 1784 1783 1778 1778 1776 1776 1773 1771 1767 1766 1759 1758 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 J178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 FLORES,JORGE RUSSELL,MARK YOUNG,nM MARTYNOW,JACEK G DREYLING,EDW ARD HARRIS,EDWIN D ADKINS,DARREN VIDULICH,MICHAEL HINES, CRAIG L SULLIV AN,JOHN A EBERWEIN,ROBERT CHI,ANDREW CLOUGH,DANIEL L SHENK,DANW AL-KHATIB,DAVID CORBIN,WILLIAM KENNEDY,TODD S HERR,HANS PARHAM,BERNARD LENAR,RICHARD SPALDING,JAMES A BROWN, DARRYL A JACKSON,JEFF LA GUE,BRAD K BLAINE,ROGER E MAMMEN,WILLIAM H BARTOW,KYLE A LA WSON,CRAIG ROBINSON,EDW ARD L CHOUDHRY,JAMAL M KUDZIN,MATTHEW A EVANS,WILLIAM E BROCKETT,MARK R HIATT,MARTY KENNEDY, SOLOMON E KUHN, WILLIAM E SPRINGER,JOSEPH YOUNG,PHILLP J BOWERS,SCOTT BRIDGHAM,KURT P BRY ANT,DANIEL J WINCHESTER,TERRY W MOORMAN,ISH F BRADLEY,RICHARD C BASTIDA,JESUS HA VENS,J LEE LAWRENCE, ROBERT MATERO,MIKKO P STEW ART,DONALD E WATSON,DANIELC CRISS,NATHANIEL FRANK,MARK R FOX,GARY J NILES,DA VID WORTINGER,JOHN K HIGGINS,CHARLES E LENTZ,JASON D KUHR,OLAFP SIMONS, GORDON R HANEBUTT,DONALD HILLIARD,JEFFREY M RICCI,JOSEPH D DURLACHER,DA VID RUSSELL,SCOTT C WEHRMEISTER,H L BURDEN,DONALD KO,WILLIAM WORLEY,JAMES D STEIN,JOSIAH FAIR,JOND 1756 1756p 1754 1753 1748 1748 1745 1740 1738 1737 1736 1732 1730 1730 1728 1726 1726 1725 1722 1721 1720 1714 1713 1712 1710 1710 1709 1708 1706 1704 1702 1694 1692 1688 1688 1687 1686p 1686 1684 1684 1684 1684 1683p 1682 1681 1681 1679 1679 1678 1676 1675 1674 1673 1670 1665 1664 1660 1659 1657 1656 1656 1655 1652 1651 1644 1642 1642 1641 1638 1635

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KENNETT,DA VID 1628 DILLON,BENJAMIN 1626 HIATT,PHILLIP R 1626 ROBERTS, WILLIAM 1626 PARKER,TERRY L 1625 BAKER,ANDREW C 1623 DONHARDT,PHIL 1622 FILIPCZAK,JOSEPH T 1620 SNIDER,ALAN D 1619 EICHELBERG,JON A 1618 WATSON,GARNETT 1617 ALBERDING,JON M 1615 GRANER,NICHOLAS C 1615 LILIENKAMP,BRY AN 1614 O'LEARY,JOHN 1613 FAZLI,JEREMY 1612 SMITH,JOSEPH EDGAR 1612 JENKINS, THOMAS D 1611 LYNCH, BRANDON 1611 NEFF,MARKJ 1610 ZUPP ANN, CHARLES 1608 HUBBELL,ROSS 1606 BLACK,TOMD 1604 GOSSETT,STEPHEN G 1603 HAYNES,WINSTON J 1602 CRANE,JOHN R 1601 FLANAGAN,KEVIN 1600 MAIER,PATRICK 1600 MOODAY,CLEO R 1600 STUDTMAN,JEFFERY L 1600 WIEDMANN,JOERG 1600p WU,CHEN CHENG 1600 Indiana Class C HOOVER,nM MILLER,CURTISS J SHAW,JOE HARDING,JEFF A CASSIDY,TOM G BYRD,DA VID A FLEMING,ANGELO V BERNDT,HARRY KASPER,PHILIP W SCHWARTZ,DAVID W "KESHV ANI,PY ARALI M CHRISTNER,JERRY C LENTZ,ERIK RUZIC,NEIL P MC KINNEY, IAN PEPPLER,ANTHONY W BAUMGARTNER,KEVIN GAYLE,MICHAEL J LAWRENCE,RICHARD L KLOECKNER,MICHAEL SMITH,TOMR STEELE,RUSSELL W SZARKOWICZ,DAN VISOCKI,GARY P BRALEY,JAMES D CAMP,EDW ARD ROSE,MONTE A SCOTT,ISAIAH PARMAR,HARSHAD K THOMAS, GERALD E HOLDREN,LARRY 0 ROYKO,JOSHUA D STUDTMAN,BRIAN K WEST,ERICA CROCKETT,CHARLES R LABINER,JORDAN BEARSS,JAMES O'DONNELL,BRIAN RIEGSECKER,JOSEPH A AUKERMAN,DA VID R 1597 1593 1593 1592 1591 1590 1588 1587 1586 1586 1582p 1581 1581 1580 1578p 1577 1575p 1573 1571 1569 1568 1566 1566 1566 1563 1563 1561 1561 1560 1560 1559 1558 1558 1557 1555 1554 1553 1553p 1551 1549

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CROFT,TOD GRA VES,EV AN T KINDER,TOM CROUCH,JERRY W THOMAS,DON U STEW ART,ROBERT LEE HENNARD,BRADLEY PANGALLO,JOE M HARSHBARGER,DONOV. EGLEN,JEREMY I ROY,JIM SPARKS,JOE FRIESE,BILL MAREK.MICHAEL STONE,GEORGE G COX,MONTE DEAN "FRANCIS,LEON "NICHTER,RALPH SOTO-ARRIVI,JUAN M CHRISTENSEN,ROBERTD SPELTS,LARRY GEIB,GEOFF HUSTON,SHA WN M SMITH,LESTER G BENDER,JESSE CROUSE,MATT HOSKINS,EDW ARD J TEMPLETON,KEM LEWIS,WILBUR RUSSELL,EDW ARD STEPHENS,JAMES A BEHMKE,JAMES MEYER,ALBERT CHEANEY,ROY L PETERSON,WAYNEM FREY,DA VID B BURRESS, CHUCK BARRETT,KENNETH D CLINE, GREG S MARTIN,ALBERT A ALBRECHT,DA VID M DALEY,JOHN VON YORK.ERIC HEFFRON, TIMOTHY P LEUENBERGER, WILL. HOVISH,JOSEPH J KRACHINSKI,CARY D BENTLEY,W A NEWBANKS,MICHAEL BLOCH,JERRY L BREECE, MATTHEW TERHUNE, GREGORY F MULLEN,RODNEY M THOMPSON,MIKE CRISWELL,DA VID FLECK.MATTHEW LUDLOW, GRAM M STANLEY, WILLIAM MARTIN,JASON T OWENS,FRANK W BOARDMAN, EDDIE P REISINGER,MICHAEL S TONG, CHARLES OSTROWSKY,BERNARD BROOKS,ADAM M MORGAN, MATTHEW E EBERLE, KEVIN M DEER, WILLIAM KENNEDY,DANNIE R MARCUM,JASON WEST,JEFFREY SANDERS,FRED C JOHNSON,JACOBY GIFFIN, THOMAS PATEL,MANAN C

1549 1549 1546 1545 1545 1543 1542 1542 1539 1538 1536 1535 1534 1534 1533 1532 1532p 1532 1531 1530 1530 1527 1527 1524 1521 1519 1519p 1518 1513 1513 1513 1511 1509 1508 1507 1505 1504 1503 1502 1502 1500 1500 1500p 1499p 1499p 1497 1496 1495 1492 1491 1491 1489 1485 1485 1484p 1484 1484p 1483 1482p 1482 1480 1480 1480 1479 1478p 1478 1474 1473 1473 1471 1471 1469 1468 1465 1465

349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410

ANDERSON,CURTIS T 1463 SHIDLER,MARK JAMES 1462 BALES,JASON 1461 1461 PATEL,HITESH VENABLE,JEFF 1460 1459p DICKS,RALPH PACHCIARZ,JEROME L 1458p SIMCOE,KENNEY D 1456 TURNER,MICHAEL W 1454 RUSH,MIKEC 1453 KEITH,NATHAN R 1450 LINGENFELSER,JEREMY 1450 1450 ROBERTS,ST AN CLARK,JOHN T 1449 MEHT A,SUJEET D 1448 1447 ALARCON,FRANK EDMONDS,WAYNE 1447p ELZERMAN,SAM 1446 LAKE,PAUL 1446 HOW ARD,ANDREW 1445 ADAMS,ROBERT L 1444 1444 SMITH,BENJAMIN R GRIFFIN,H OBRIN 1441 MORSE,ERIC A 1440 POTTS, JOHN 1439 SUTPHIN,CHARLES 1438 DUNAYEVICH,MICHAEL1437p HODGE,EDW ARD B 1437 WOOD,JAMES T 1436 FROYD,NATHAN 1434 SELBY,DOUG 1434 SHALLENBARGER,RICH.1434p AKA VOOR,PRASAD R 1433 HUNT,SAMJ 1432 1431 BARKER,DA VID L SMELTZER,PHIL W 1431 BRINER,ADAM C 1429 MAY, DARRELL A 1425 ST ANTON,CHRISTOPH. 1423 SEVERANCE,BRAD 1422 1417p AMICK.MIKE JOHNSON, TODD 1417 FYR,KEVIN 1416 RIGHTSELL,NATE D 1416 CRA WFORD,JEFF 1415 1415 POLKY,ALEXANDER J 1415 ROWLAND,RICK GREEN,KIMA 1413 HOOT, DARRELL 1413 1412 BYERS, THOMAS E W ARlNNER,DEREK 1410p MASON,JOEE 1407 MEDSKER,RANDALL W 1406 SW ANSON,BENJAMIN 1405 1404 BELL,NORMAN D 1403 BEENE,LORA BYRD,JEFFREY J 1402 MILL,ANDY 1402p 1400 DORMAN, RICHARD R MYERS,AL VIN J 1400 1400 SEAL, MICHAEL S 1400p WERTZBERGER, TIM Indiana Class D

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ROBINSON,STEVEN KUCELA,JOHN WIDEMAN, TODD M BISEL,DORSEY PIERCE,LINUS GOLIKE,ANTHONY MITCHELL,ROBIN CRAYTON,DEWAYNEE AUZINS,ERIK J BRA TCHER,JERRY

421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495

TRASS,JOSHUA JACK ALEXANDER,FRED B REED,ANDREW RICHARDS,JERRY N SMITH,SCOTT HONEYSETT,ROGER OZOLS,ALEKSANDRS TORDIL,RUFINO B KOV ACH,KEITH LEMERON,CHARLES S HARRIS,TERRY T BOST,MICHAEL DURHAM,DA VID A OSENKARSKI,WAYNE F KELLENBURGER,BRIAN VENABLE, DOUGLAS KINDLE,DARlC JACKSON,BRUCE L TOLLIVER,DOUGLAS KLANDUCH,FRANK A NARAY ANAN,ANAND THOMAS,PAUL C GILL, CHRIS D BUTLER,CASEY GOELLER,SCOTT MINNICH,MATT KISNER,DANIEL RIPLEY,RY AN P BENNETT, WILLIAM M DA VIS,BRIAN C GABR-RAYAN,WALID KELLEY,TIM J PHILANDER,PETER H HUGHES,DA VID G BROCKMAN, RANDY J SMITH, FLOYD ST ANEK.FILIP GEIGER,LLOYD T CARTER,DA VID J HAMILTON, WILLIAM R VENKATAGILRI,SIDDH. MARCUM, SHAWN VAN HORNE, GRANT KHA,LAMD MEINDL,JOE A SCHROMBECK.JON A BROWN,RY AN M KEENER,STEVEN TIMMONS,MICHAEL G CAHILL,ANDREW D NOKES, MICHAEL T PIERCE,ANDREW M STUTZMAN, KEVIN R EMERY, STEVE BOGGS,NATHANIEL G CALISTO,RUBEN A NICKELL, KENT O'NEAL,MA TTHEW SHENK. TIMOTHY W CLAASSEN,JEFF HUSTON,JAMES H BUTCHER,CHARLY NICHOLS, STEPHEN A RAMP,JAMES FERGUSON, BRADFORD LINDER,NICHOLAS SCHOETTMER,JASON NASON,JOHN M NELSON,MICHAEL J STEELE,MICHAEL T DAWSON, WILLIAM E WILSON,JON PARTIN,RONALD C MARlSTELA,PEDRO WHITE,JAMES A

1388 1387 1386p 1385 1385 1384p 1382p 1382p 1381p 1381 1380 1379 1378 1378 1377 1374p 1373p 1372 1372 1370 1369 1369p 1366 1365 1364 1363 1362 1362 1356p 1354 1354p 1354p 1354p 1353p 1352 1351 1351 1350 1347 1347 1347 1345p 1345p 1344p 1343 1343 1342 1341 1339 1335 1335 1334 1332 1331 1329 1329 1329 1329 1329 1328 1323 1321 1320 1320 1319 1317 1317 1316 1316 1316p 1315 1314p 1313 1312 1309

496 COOPER,BRIAN 497 SCHAFER,SHA WN 498 SHEETS,AARON 499 HOVERMALE,IV AN 500 JACKSON,JOHNNY

1307 1307p 1307 1306p 1306

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"Just Missed" MICELI,GUS P 1306 CUMMINGS, WILLIAM R 1305 LI,LEON 1305p HOLMGREN,BARRY R 1303 STUTZMAN,STEVEN D 1303 HARRIS,AARON 1302 JONES,JOSH 1302 LABAJ,KEVIN 1301 STUMP,JOSEPH H 1301 CORNWELL,JEFFREY T 1299 COOK.JEFF 1296 FOX,ISAAC 1295p FAZLI,JOHN 1294 PESTIKAS,STEVE J 1294 CAWI,MARKE 1293p WENTE, ERIC R 1293 GEISENDORFF,JIMMY N 1292 BUMOL,STEFAN M 1289 FOX,RAY 1288 YODER,ADAM 1288 WORDEN,RY AN P 1287 ANDREWS, GERALD D 1285p LEWIS, JOSH A 1284 SHROYER,STEVEN L 1284p PINTO,BOBBY 1282 SP ACK.JUSTIN P 1282 KOUATIC,TOMAS A 1280 PETTIFORD,DEW A YNE 1280 SPEAR,MICHAEL 1280p MONIZ, THOMAS D 1279 YODER,BENR 1277 LAMBRECHT,ROBERT 1276 MOSIER,MIKE 1276 PATE,ROGER 1276 WEINSCHENK.DAN 1276 PENCE, CHRISTOPHER 1275 MALGUE,TIM 1273p NA YLOR,DA VE 1272p ADE,JOHN 1268 BROWN, IAN 1268 CHAPPELL, WILLIAM 1268 DOUGLAS,JOSH 1267p FELLING,JEFF C 1267 GRAY,LARRYG 1265p PROCTOR,PAUL 1265 ZAHN,KEVIN 1265p WILLIAMS, JACKIE 1263 DA VIS,LOGAN K 1262 BAKER,BERNARD J 1260 DAY,SCOTTR 1260

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UPCOMING INDIANA EVENTS
Friday-Sunday, April 24-26. Peoria, IL. Scholastic grades 6 and below. ELEMENTARY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. Saturday, April 25. Chessterton. Open. Randy Pals (219) 926-2266 or Ijpals@netnitco.net. Saturday, April 25. Indianapolis. Action. Open. 5-5S. Paul Cooper (317) 899-2747. Friday-Sunday, May 1-3. Phoenix, AZ. Scholastic grades 9 and below. JUNIOR mGH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. Saturday, May 2. Middlebury. U14001UNR. 5-SS. Joe Riegsecker at (219) 825-9218 or joepye@concentric.netor Joepye Chess Club. Saturday, May 9. Middlebury. Open. 4-S5. Joe Riegsecker at (219) 825-9218 or joepye@concentric.net Saturday, May 9. Indianapolis. Action. Under 2000. 5-SS. Paul Cooper (317) 899-2747. or Joepye Chess Club.

Friday-Sunday, May 15-17. Los Angeles, Ca. mGH SCHOOL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. Saturday-Sunday, May 16-17. GPP: 15 Rose Open. 5/SS, Rds. 1-3 G/100, Rds. 4-5 G/110. Kahn Room, Hulman Union, RoseHulman Institute of Technology, 5500 Wabash, (U.S. 40 East), Terre Haute, IN 47803. $$1000 Gtd.: 400-260-100; bottom 3 quarters ofwallchart each: 80. EF: $25, $15 Jr. and Sr. (age 70+ free) ifrec'd in advance; ALL $10 more at site. Reg: 8:20-9 am. Rds. 9:15-1:00-5:00, 9:00-1:00. 1/2 pt. bye available to paid entrants in 1 offirst 3 rds. if notified before tourn. starts. Ent: Steve Steppe, 1917 E. Buena Vista Dr., Terre Haute, IN 47802. NS, NC, W. (812) 299-5111 or Ssteppe@aol.com or check out the web page. Saturday, May 16. Indianapolis. Scholastic in 4 sections. Dave Barker (317) 923-3387 or dbarkerindychess@hotmail.com. Saturday, May 23. Chessterton. Open. Randy Pals (219) 926-2266 or Ijpals@netnitco.net. Saturday, June 271 Chessterton. Open. Randy Pals (219) 926-2266 or Ijpals@netnitco.net.

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