Monday, August 27, 2012

Sept. 1-3 Marshall Rohland Memorial/WI Closed Championship

Madison Marriott West, 1313 John Q. Hammons Dr., Middleton, WI 53562. Open to state residents, past champions and students in WI schools. In 3 Sections, Premier: 6SS, 40/2,SD/1, EF: $38 by 8/29, $45 at site, USCF juniors $5 less. $$b/30: $350-200-150. 'A' $100, U1800 $100. Traveling and permanent trophy to winner. $50 Kittsley Upset Prize (1 overall). Rds.: 12-7; 10-7; 10-3:30. Reserve: 6SS, 40/2,SD/1, Open to 1799 & under. EF: $23 by 8/29, $30 at site, USCF juniors $5 less. $$b/30: $200-100. Trophy to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1st 'C', 1st 'D', 1st U1200, 1st Unr., Traveling trophy to 1st. $50 Kittsley Upset Prize (1 overall). Rds.: 12-7; 10-7; 10-3:30. Scholastic: 5SS, G/90, Open to under 1800 & under age 19. EF: $16 by 8/29, $23 at site. Prizes: Trophies to top 3 and 1st HS, 1st MS and 1st Elementary. Medals to scores of 3 or more. Rds.: 9/1: 12-3:30-7, 9/2: 10-2. ALL: Checks payable to WCA. Reg.: 9/1 10:30-11:30am. WCA Membership Mtg 9/2 3:30pm. ENT: Guy Hoffman, 1305D Tompkins Dr., Madison, WI 53716 920-279-0701. INFO: schachfuhrer@hotmail.com. HR: $89 608-831-2000. Mention Chess. www.wischess.org. NS. NC. W. Chess Magnet School JGP.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Should be a strong event at the 2013 US Open site!

Anonymous said...

yeah, looks like a nice event

Anonymous said...

I heard that both Alex and Eric will be playing.

Chris said...

I'm hoping Awonder plays and wins. That way they can do a story about him in Chess Life. I think it's been nearly five minutes since he was in Chess Life.

Troy said...
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Anonymous said...

No such luck. After scoring 1.5/5 in Indiana, both Adream and Awonder are off to IL over Labor Day weekend.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why they are not playing in their own state championship.

Anonymous said...

Playing in IL championship seems a little weird. Even thought it's open, rather than WI closed.

Anonymous said...

playing in WI feels no fun, perhaps.

Anonymous said...

Of course playing in WI is no fun, all the good players either don't play or play in IL!

Anonymous said...

What rating supplement is being used? And are there pre-entries yet?

Anonymous said...

I believe Guy (TD) usually doesn't publish the pre-entries. The September supplement should be used.

Benzo38 said...

I'll be playing in the Reserve

Benzo38 said...

I forgot how many players are in this tournament but I'll post it if I get a chance. I know the open has 2 Masters and 10 past/current experts.

Right now I'm 2.5 because I took a bye during the third round. I'll post some of my games on my blog and I'll see if I can get a copy of the wall chart to post on this site.

Ben

AEB said...

Could someone post the interim results...some of us can not be there and wonder who's leading. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Alex and Erik lead with 3.5/4

Anonymous said...

OPEN:
1. Alex Betaneli
2. Derek Sachs
3. Erik Santarius
RESERVE:
1. Daniel Kaczmarek
2. Robin Grochowski
3. Sahil Soni
RATED RESULTS: http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain.php?201209033802.0-12560488

JB said...

Congrats Alex!

Robin said...

Congratulations to Alex Betaneli for becoming the 2012 State Champion! Also congrats to Daniel Kaczmarek for winning the reserve section.

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