All officers are unpaid volunteers who wish to promote chess in our community.
What's new: Scroll down the blog post for the 37th Marchand Open tournament flyer. Scroll down the blog post for the 10th Annual Women's Invitational Chess tournament flyer. At the end of this blog post, the Chess Center's Blitz Rules and Tiebreaker methods are reprinted here for the "convenience" of TDs, players and other chess clubs.
Reminder for all tournaments:
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37th Marchand Open
10th Annual Women's Invitational
|Webster Kehoe receives his trophy and prizes. Webster had a perfect 4.0 score.
|2nd Place: Jamshed Ahmed with Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
|4th Place: Abraham Glasser with Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
|U2000: David Campbell with Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
|U1800: Sam Cherin with Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
|U1500: Brian Jesse with Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
|U1000: Guy Fuhrman stands with Mike Lionti, Don Stubblebine and Doug Spencer
U2000 - David Campbell
U1800 - Sam Cherin
U1500 - Brian Jesse
U1200 - Mike Connelly
U1000 - Guy Furhrman
Awards and a celebration cake will be given on Wed. Nov. 5th
during the Community Chess Club regular club meeting at
the Rochester Chess Center. Please join us. Visitors are welcome.
*** Tournament Results ***
Nov. 8: Saturday Youth Tournament:
|Andrew Guo (left) and Evan Peterson played the 4 way chess set
after the Youth tournament finished on Saturday afternoon. Nov. 1, 2014.
Click here for the weekly Saturday Adult Tournament Results
The following (Blitz Rules & Chess Center Tiebreakers) are reprinted here for the convenience of local TDs and chess players visiting or playing chess at the Chess Center. The Community Chess Club of Rochester (CCCR) does not run blitz tournaments. Tiebreakers are used by the Chess Center only for specific tournaments. Contact the Chess Center for more information.
Rochester Chess Center's Blitz Rules, as of 12/2014 - subject to change if revised & posted differently at the Chess Center
Snap King - If you put your opponent in check, please do not say "Check". If your opponent touches a piece and realizes he is in check and cannot block or take the piece that is delivering check he can move that piece he touched to block or take that piece delivering check. Once you hit the clock your turn is done and your opponent can take your King or move another piece.
Touch Move - If you touch a piece you have to move it. If your King is in check look at "Snap King".
Triple Occurrence of Position - A player may be awarded a draw in blitz by triple occurrence of position based on the observation of a TD or impartial witness(es).
Both Flags down - DRAW
Removing player's hand from clock and pieces - Each player must remove his hand from the clock button after pressing the button and must keep his hand off the clock until the opponent has sealed the move by pressing his clock.
Operating clock - Each player must handle the clock with the same hand that moves the pieces.
Picking up clock - Each player is forbidden to pick up the clock once started.
Rochester Chess Center's Tiebreakers, as of 12/2014 - subject to change if revised & posted differently at the Chess Center
The following sequence of tiebreaks will be used for ordering the finish of players who complete the event with the same score: