Friday, June 17, 2011

Leonard Sussman Doubleheader Rd 3

Leonard Sussman Doubleheader Round 3 of 6    6/15/11  7 PM

Double Header Open Section

Bd 1   Bruce Baker (3 1/2) - Kyron Griffith (3) Bruce won both

Bd 2  David Hart (3) - Martin Nilsson (3)  David lost 1st, drew 2nd

Bd 3  Raoul Crisologo (3) - Leonard Sussman (2 1/2)  Lenny drew 1st, won 2nd

Bd 4  Nikolay Arutyunov (2) - Robert Defore (2)  Nikolay won 1st, drew 2nd

Bd 5  Buddy Morris (2) - Manuel Herrera (2)  Bud lost both

Bd 6  Aaron Wooten (1 1/2) - Antonio Gonzalez (2)  Aaron won 1st, lost 2nd

Bd 7  Ben Barquin (1) - Fidel Gonzalez (1) Ben won 1st, drew 2nd

Bd 8  Roberto Aiello (0) - Jamieson Pryor (0) - Roberto won 1st, lost 2nd

Bye: Matt Souza (1) and Hin Tsang (1 1/2) 

Double Header Reserve Section

Bd 10  Shaun Sweitzer (3) - Guru Gopalakrishnan (3)  Guru won both

Bd 11  Jerry Qu (2 1/2) - Leonardo Villaverde (2 1/2)  Jerry won 1st, lost 2nd  

Bd 12  Ryan Tang (2 1/2) - Allan Virtue (2)  Ryan won 1st, lost 2nd

Bd 13  Bruce Charnov (2) - Hector Gonzlez (2)  Bruce drew 1st, lost 2nd 

Bd 15  Kenneth Xu (2) - Pejman Sagart (1 1/2)  Perry won 1st, drew 2nd

Bd 16  Tom Kuhn (1/2) - Alfredo Deleon (1/2)  Tom drew both games

Bye: Chuck Ensey (3), Edgar Lopez (2 1/2), Jim Krooskos (2), Sam Barboo (2), Morgan Fox  (1), Albert Dumaran (1 1/2), Erik Marquis (2) 

Double Header Booster Section

Bd 17  Mark Lawless (3) - Arnold Berlin (0) Mark won both 

Bd 18  Zechariah Zhu (3) - Tygan Zeng (3)  Zech won both

Bd 19  John Huey (2) - Stanford Talcott (2)  John lost both

Bd 20  Daniel Zhu (2) - Fred Cleveland (2) Fred won 1st, drew 2nd

Bd 21  Monica McGuiness (2) - Patrick Edwards (2)  Pat won 1st, lost 2nd 

Bd 22  Roger Pedersen (1) - Stephen Zhu (1)  Roger won 1st, lost 2nd

Bd 23  Keith Wetterer (0) - Karl Lindberg (0)  Karl won both

Bye: Darren Himeles (2 1/2), Darryl Woodson (2), Tom Lavoy (2 1/2)

Slow Open Section

Bd 24  Todd Smith (2) - Mario Amodeo (2)  0-1

Bd 25  Paul Agron (1 1/2) - John Funderburg (1 1/2)  1-0

Bd 26  Carl Wagner (1) - George Zeigler (1 1/2)  0-1

Bd 27  Tom Fries (1) - Lennart Mathe (1)  1-0

Bd 28  Jeff Turner (1) - Gary Tuttle (1)  0-1

Bd 29  Joel Batchelor (1) - Tim McGuiness (1)  0-1

Bd 30  Jim Humphrey (1/2) - Vincent Broman (1/2)  1/2-1/2

Bd 31  Chris Wonnell (0) - David Saponara (0)  1-0

Slow Reserve Section

Bd 32  Bill Murray (1 1/2) - Steve Perry (2)  0-1

Bd 33  Greta Duhamel (1 1/2) - Ron Stanard (1 1/2)  0-1

Bd 34  Eliza Eggert (1) - Glenn Rich (1)  1-0

Bd 35  Ross Blum (1/2) - Fred Borges (1/2)  1/2-1/2  

Bd 36  Anthony Harbone (1/2) - David Palmer (1/2)  0-1 

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This event honors one of our best and most active players, Leonard Sussman, a club member since as far back as I can remember...This event is in five sections:

1 - 3) The Doubleheader: Open, Reserve and Booster, where you will play the same opponent twice, once as White and once as Black, both at G/45 with 5 second delay.         

4 - 5) The Slow Section: Open and Reserve, for those who can't handle fast time controls, they will play with our normal time control of 40/90, SD/60, also with 5 second delay. 

You can join in by emailing chucnglo@aol.com or call 619-239-7166

Entry fee is $25. Two byes are allowed. If you need a bye, please call the club phone at 619-239-7166 before 6:30 PM on Wednesday. Always call if you can't make a round, no one wants to sit there waiting for someone who isn't going to show up. If you are going to be late, please call the club as we try to re-pair people who don't have an opponent to play.  

NO SMOKING, NO CELL PHONES, NO WHINING ($5 FINE FOR INFRACTIONS)  

And keep the noise down, respect your fellow players. I know there is a great tempation to talk and go over the game with your opponent, but you should do this in the skittles room -that is what it is there for. Sure, you'll have to set up the board all over again, but then you can review the whole game and not just that part at the end where you had a clear win until you dropped your rook. You may think, "Well, we will be very quiet and just whisper to each other or communicate by hand signals", but inevitably the noise level rises and before you know it everyone is shouting "Shhhh!" at you. Don't even go there. Other players may be in severe time pressure and need to concentrate which is hard to do when you are babbling on, however quiet you think you are, it never works, so please leave the room when your game is over!

PS. Voices from the patio are also clearly heard inside the playing hall, so please keep the noise down there as well. The skittles room is far enough away so you can talk in there as much as you want.                      

  

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