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15, 2013 (843-875-3300) Other info: Free entry to Masters and above( deducted from any winnings) Info/Reg/Pmt: Charleston Chess Club c/o David Y. Pleasant, SC 29464 Very light turnout for our annual event commemorating this special date.
4&5 (irrevocable) HR: (mention “Charleston CC”) reserve by Jan.
1 G/90 t/d 5), New Venue: Holiday Inn Express, 120 Holiday Drive, Summerville, SC 29483 Prize Fund: Open Section – 00 b/30 (0 Gtd.) U1400 Section – 0 b/15(5Gtd.) Open Section Prizes: 0-200, u2000-200, u1700-200 U1400 Section Prizes: 5-75 EF: for Open Section if rec’d by 2/13, at site, re-entry EF: for U1400 Section; USCF & SCCA req’d, OSA both sections Schedule: Reg.- Sat. Just bring your board and set and be ready to give him your best game! The Charleston Chess Olympic Spirit tournament was held Saturday, June 23, 2012, at the office of SPARC (2387 Clements Ferry Road on Daniel Island).
We urge all interested participants to show up at 7pm and support us in raising funds for scholastic chess by donating to play the IM.
Congratulations to Chris for his efforts and well deserved result. On-site registration: am-am Rounds: am, pm, and pm.
Below is a link to the USCF- rated crosstable for the event: Mark your calendar for June 23, 2012, to participate in the “Charleston Chess Olympic Spirit Tournament”! Entry fee: (USCF membership required; join online at “uschess.org”) Time control: Game/50min 10 second increment. Advance entry/contact: Charleston Chess Club c/o Chris Falter, 213 Goldfinch Ln, Summerville, SC 29485 (ph#843-696-8277) Come support our men’s and women’s teams while having fun! The 2012 CCC Championship finished last Wednesday night and Expert Stephen Welt repeated as the Upper Section champion with a 5-0 score.
Seth Taylor-Brill from North Carolina won the Top “B” prize with a 3-2 final score.
In the Lower Section Championship, Wando High junior, Elijah Neuman, scored 3-0 to dominate that section and become the Lower Section Champion.The Top “D” prize was a given for local Ken Fickling since he was the only entry in that class, but he proved deserving with a solid win over a “C” player in the final round after having two 1/2 point byes on Saturday.The Top “E” prize came down to the Navy versus the Marine Corps in the final round, with Navy petty officer, Gordon Miller, facing off against a visiting Marine from Beaufort, David Ortiz, in the final round. The following link is the USCF final crosstable: National Chess Day Quads International Master John Bartholomew, who is playing in this year’s Columbia Open, will be visiting our club on August 15th and will be giving a simultaneous exhibition. For those that did support our cause, it was a competitive event and we thank them.
Six supporters attended and battled against a full array of rated players, some with surprising results.