Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Abraham Glasser Wins the 2013 Club Championship! Petty 2nd, Campbell 3rd and McBride 4th

The Community Chess Club of Rochester - 2013 Championship

Congratulations to our 2013 Community Chess Club Champion

 Abraham Glasser!

 

Round 4: David Campbell (left, black pieces) played a magnificent game against defending Community Chess Club Champion Abraham Glasser.  In a very close game with many complications, Abraham Glasser found a win in the end-game and finished with a perfect score (4-0) in the tournament.


The game below was provided by Abraham Glasser.


Final Standings:
1st - Abraham Glasser
2nd - David Petty
3rd - David Campbell
4th - Ken McBride
U2000 - David Phelps
U1800 - Patrick Phillips
U1500 - Michael Lionti
U1200 - Spencer Dewey
U1000 - Guy Fuhrman

The 17 Annual Community Chess Club Championship was held at the Rochester Chess Center in Rochester, New York on four consecutive Wednesday evenings from October 2 - October 23, 2013.  

There were 37 players participating in this very competitive and prestigious chess tournament.  The tournament director was Ron Lohrman.  Sixty six games were played in 1 section.  


PRIZES will be awarded on Wednesday, Nov. 6th at 7:30pm before the regular chess games begin.

Join us on Nov. 6th for the awards ceremony and cake/coffee. Visitors welcome! 


17 Annual Community Chess Club Championship Results: Round #4
Rochester Chess Center, Rochester NY USA
Oct 23, 2013 7:30pm     G/80d5    USCF ratings are from October 2013 Supplement
Board
Rating
White
Result
Rating
Black
1
2156
Abraham Glasser (2012 defending champion)
1-0
2017
David Campbell
2
1889
Webster Kehoe
0-1
2156
David Petty
3
1834
Connor Wagner
0-1
2028
Ken McBride
4
1802
Don Stubblebine
0-1
1983
David Phelps
5
1616
Michael Trent
0-1
1809
Jamshed Ahmed
6
1537
David Worl
0-1
1890
Tony Badamo
7
1361
Michael Lionti
1-0
1660
John Frearson
8
1562
Rene Vecka
½-½
1358
Anoop Sunkara
9
1505
Jim Trowebridge
0-1
1340
Patrick Phillips
10
  1201
Peter Carter
½-½
1400
Kenn Scullin
11
1534
Sam Cherin
½-½
1450
Jim Attaya
12
1300
Gerry Birmingham
0-1F
1513
Chuck Saweikis
13
976
Guy Fuhrman
0-1
1483
Daniel Chadwick
14
1225
Jim Carter
0-1
846
Spencer Dewey
15
1218
Michael Runnells
1-0
1002
Michael Connelly
16
1140
Theo Chapman
1-0
249
Bill Raymond

Click Here for the USCF-rated Cross-table

Click Here to see the Championship Photo Gallery


Games and more pictures will be uploaded soon.

  This blog entry will be updated shortly.


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