Monday, February 27, 2012

Mar. 3 March Madness!! (QC)

Hilton Garden Inn, 11600 W. Park Pl., Milwaukee, WI 53224. Elimination bracket: 6 rounds playing one as White and one as Black, G/15. EF: Early bird special $38 by 2/17; $3 more by 3/2, $45 on site; Jr and new members $3 less. $$b/64: $450-300-200-150. Once you get eliminated, you play in the Swiss. Swiss prizes: 1st.100 2nd $85 A $75 B $70 C $65 D $60 E $55 U1000 $50 Unr $50. Reg.: 3/2 8-9:30 AM. Rds.: 10-11:30-1:30-3:00-4:30-6:30. ENT: Ben Corcoran, 2711 N. University Dr. #64, Waukesha, WI 53188 262-506-4203. INFO: www.benzochess.com/marchmadness.html.

10 comments:

Robin said...

I talked to Ben yesterday, and I believe he is honoring the early bird price up until the tournament begins. However, check with Ben for full details on this.

Anonymous said...

Wait...Ben is working for the club now??

Anonymous said...

On site entries is $41.

Ben

Tom said...

No, Ben is not working for the Southwest Chess Club. We post tournaments from other clubs and organizers on our blog because Southwest Chess Club members have an interest in them. Witness the 10 members of our club who participated in the just completed UW Winter Open in Madison.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Tom!

Anonymous said...

Wait, where is this March Madness?

Benzo38 said...

Its $38 still till Friday night. $41 on site instead of $45.

The March Madness will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn. Same location where the NCO was held at this past Thanksgiving weekend.

Feel free to email me or call me if your interested in playing in this exciting tournament!

Benzo38 said...

Preregistered players!
1. William Williams 1959
2 David R Cardenas 1940
3 Jason E Flanders 1732
4 Jeffrey Pokorski 1674
5 Ryan D Jayne 1659
6 Bob Gallenberg 1495
7 Michael W Shefsky 1493
8 Jason Curry unr.
9 Shah M Varun unr.

Anonymous said...

Parker is playing!

Ben

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Anthony Parker for winning the Madness tournament. Dusan Teutush takes 2nd. Not my best. Jeff Pokorski here with only 1.5 of 4. A very interesting format but I must say I am more than happy to get back to longer time controls.