Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Jan. 16-17 -- 51st Northeastern Open

Riverwalk Hotel Downtown Neenah, 123 E. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah, WI 54956. HR: $79 (1-bed king or 2-bed double) 920-725-8441 (Mention Chess). In 3 Sections, Open: 5SS, 35/90, SD/60 d5, EF: $40 by 1/12; $47 at site. $$b/50: $300-200-150. 1900-$190, 1800-$180, 1700-$160, 1600-$150, U1600-$120. Rds.: 10-2:30-7:30;10-3. Reserve: 5SS, 35/90, SD/60 d5, Open to U1500. EF: $25 by 1/12; $32 on site. $$b/40: $120-100-80. U1200-$80. Rds.: 10-2:30-7:30;10-3. Novice: 6SS, G/60 d5, Open to U1000. EF: $15 by 1/12; $22 at site. Prizes: Trophies to 1st, 2nd, 1st 600-799, 1st U600, 1st Unrated. Rds.: 10-1-3:30-6:30;10-1. ALL: Reg: 1/16 - 8:45-9:30 am. One 1/2-point any Rd. Full-pt bye to 2100+ in Rd.1 if requested before Late Reg ends. Checks payable to Mike Nietman. ENT: Mike Nietman-Organizer, 2 Boca Grande Way, Madison, WI 53719, 608-467-8510 (before 1/15). INFO: mike.nietman@charter.net. NEWCA Procedural Rules. W. US Chess Junior Grand Prix! Trophies Plus Grand Prix Points: 6

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

SWCC 2015 Holiday Party

This Thursday is our holiday party from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. We will be providing food and drinks, but feel free to bring your own food and drinks also (pot luck fashion). We will have some sets there for playing chess, but please bring your own clocks. Happy Holidays!! The SWCC will be closed on December 24 & 31, and a new 4-round Swiss tournament (G100;d5) will start on January 7, 2016.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Pawns Promoting into Turkeys Swiss: November 12, 19*, December 3 & 10


4-Round Swiss in Two Sections (Open and Under-1600).
Game/100 minutes. USCF Rated. EF: $5. (One 1/2-Point Bye Available for any round (except round four) if requested at least 2-days prior to round).  TD is Becker, ATD is Grochowski.
(*NOTE! The tournament takes a 1-week break for Thanksgiving Day, November 26).

Sunday, November 08, 2015

Dec. 12-13, The Wisconsin Memorial

5SS, Rds 1-3 G/120 d5. Rds. 4-5 40/120, SD/60 d5. Union South, 1308 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53715. EF: $22 (Juniors $18) by Dec. 8. $3 more later or on site. $$b/50 and 4 per class: $160-110. A - $90, B - $80, C - $70, D - $60, E - $50, U1000 - $40, Unr - $40. Upset $50. Reg.: 9-9:30 AM 12/12. Rds.: 10-2:30-7:30; 10-3:30. ENT: Dennis Kosterman, 28 Singleton Ct., Madison, WI 53711 608-770-3133. INFO: dennisk@tds.net, www.wischess.org. WI Chess Tour Event. US Chess Junior Grand Prix!

Saturday, November 07, 2015

Nov. 27-29 Wm. Martz Memorial/North Central Open

6-SS. TC: Rds. 1-4, 6 45/2, SD/1 d5; Rd. 5 G/120 d5. America’s Best Value Inn, 809 Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54701 715-834-6611. HR: $54.95 one bed, $64.95 two beds. Reg.: 10:30-11:30. Rds.: 12-6, 10-5, 10-3. EF: $40 if received by 11/25, $45 at site. $$ b/50 1st $400, 2nd $250, 3rd $160, A $140, B $130, C $120, D $110, E $100, U1000 $90. Ent: Guy Hoffman, 1305 D Tompkins Dr., Madison, WI 53716-3279. Checks payable to WCA. 920-279-0701. schachfuhrer@hotmail.com A Wisconsin Tour event. US Chess Junior Grand Prix! Trophies Plus Grand Prix Points: 6

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Nov. 14-15, WCA Veteran’s Tournament/2015-2016 Wisconsin Junior Open

SOME PHOTOS BELOW

Nov. 14-15 WCA Veteran’s Tournament
5SS, G/120 d5. Gruenhagen Conference Center, UW-Oshkosh, Corner of High and Osceola St., Oshkosh, WI 54901. HR: $40 (dorm room) 920-424- 1106. Open to Age 18 and over. EF: $25 by 11/10; $30 at site. $$b/40 and 3 per class: $150-90. A-$70; B-$60; C-$50; D-$40; E/Unr-$40. Reg.: 11/14 8:45-9:30 A.M. Rds.: 10:15-2:30-7:15; 10:00-3:00. Held in conjunction with the WI Junior Open but in a separate room.

Nov. 14-15 2015-2016 Wisconsin Junior Open
Gruenhagen Conference Center, UW-Oshkosh, Corner of High and Osceola St., Oshkosh, WI 54901. HR: $40 Full Service, $30 Student Service; (dorm room) 920-424-1106. 2016 Denker/Barber/NGIT qualifier; Open to youth born after 11/14/1994. In 5 Sections. Open: EF: $17 in advance by 11/10; $22 at site. Prizes: Top 5, Top 2 each 1600, 1500, 1400, 1300, 1200, 1100, Under 1100 and Unrated. Girl's Junior Open: EF: 17 in advance by 11/10; $22 at site. Prizes: Top 3 and top ages 15-16, 13-14, 11-12, 9-10 and Under 9. Reserve (U1100 or Unrated): EF: $17 in advance by 11/10; $22 at site. Prizes: Top 5, Top 2 each 900, 800, 700, 600, 500 and Under 500 and top 3 Unrated. Non-Rated Beginner's Grade 7-12: Open to Grades 7-12. EF: $16 in advance by 11/10; $21 at site. Prizes: Top 5 and top 3 Grade 7-9. Non-Rated Beginner's Grade K-6: Open to Grades K-6. EF: $16 in advance by 11/10; $21 at site. Prizes: Top 5 and top 3 Grade K-3. ALL: Reg: 11/14 8:45-9:30 A.M. Rds: 10:15-2:30-7:15; 10:00-3:00. 5SS, G/120 d5.

ENT: Mike Nietman, 2 Boca Grande Way, Madison, WI 53719. INFO: Mike Nietman, 608-467-8510 (evenings before 11/13), Mike.nietman@charter.net. www.wischess.org. - US Chess Junior Grand Prix!

After 3 rounds (in the Veterans), Richard Martin III and Avinash Rajendra have 3/3, while Brian Lilly and Allen Becker have 2.5/3.0.  Here are photos from Round 3:
















Monday, November 02, 2015

Frosty Autumn Action Swiss: November 5

3-Round Swiss in Two Sections: G/24 minutes with 5 second delay (USCF Quick rated) and G/25 minutes with 5 second delay (USCF Regular and Quick rated).

EF: $5. (1/2- Point Bye available in first round if requested prior to round.)
TD is Tom Fogec;ATD is Robin Grochowski
 




Saturday, October 17, 2015

Boo Goes the Bishop Swiss: October 8, 15, 22 & 29


4-Round Swiss in Two Sections (Open and Under 1600).
Game/100 minutes, 5 second delay. USCF Rated. EF: $5. (One 1/2-Point Bye available for any round, except round four) if requested at least 2-days prior to round). TD is Tom Fogec; ATD is Robin Grochowski.   

Friday, October 16, 2015

Hales Corners Challenge XXII - October 17, 2015

USCF Grand Prix Points: 10.
Chess Magnet School Junior Grand Prix.
 
4SS, G/60;d6. 2 Sections: Open & Reserve (under 1600).  

Olympia Resort Hotel, 1350 Royale Mile Rd., Oconomowoc, WI 53066; 1-800-558-9573 (mention Southwest Chess Club for $99 room rate).

EF: $40-Open, $30-Reserve, both $5 more after October 14.  Comp EF for USCF 2200+.
Registration: 8:30-9:30.   Rounds.: 10-1-3:30-6.
 
$$GTD: Open: 1st-$325, 2nd-$175, A-$100, B & Below-$75; Reserve: 1st-$100, 2nd-$75, D-$50, E & Below-$40.

Goddesschess Prizes in Addition to Above Prizes:

(1) For Females: Open: $50 per win/$25 per draw; Reserve: $20 per win/$10 per draw.
(2) For Females: Perfect Score Prize: $80 in the Open and $40 in the Reserve
(3) Don McLean Award for Top Finishing Male in each Section: $100 in Open and $50 in Reserve

Entries to: Robin Grochowski, 3835 E. Morris Ave., Cudahy, WI 53110; rgrochowski@wi.rr.com.
Questions to TD: Tom Fogec: 414-405-4207

See pre-entries in Comments

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ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT:

 

I-94 East Bound Construction Ramp Full Closure at OFF RAMP TO WIS 67 (Oconomowoc).  This affects players driving from the Madison area.
 
Detour: Continue East on I-94 past WIS 67 to the County Highway P exit (about 2 miles).  Exit at County Highway P.  Travel south on County P to enter the second roundabout and exit at County DR (Delafield Road). Turn right (west) on Delafield Road to WIS 67. Turn right (north) on WIS 67 to Regent Road. Turn left (west) on Regent Road and continue to Olympia Resort.  Basically, you get off at County Highway P and backtrack on Delafield Road to WIS 67. 
 
WIS 67 is also under construction and is only a one-lane road.
 
Please plan at least 15 minutes extra for the construction on getting to the Olympia Hotel.
 





Friday, September 25, 2015

Colored Leaves Rattle-the-Pawns Blitz VII

Colored Leaves Rattle-the-Pawns Blitz VII
 
10-Round (Round-Robin) in one or more sections (depending on
number of players). G/5 minutes (USCF Blitz-Rated).
Tournament starts at 7 pm; registration ends at 6:50 pm.
EF: $5; No byes.  TD is Tom Fogec; ATD is Robin Grochowski.

 




 

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

King Kicking Quad: September 10, 17 & 24

3-Round “Round-Robin” (a “Quad”). Four chess players to a Quad.
G/100;d5. USCF Rated. EF: $5. TD is Grochowski; ATD
is Wainscott.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Summer Actionade Cooler VIII: September 3

3-Round Swiss: G/24 minutes (USCF Quick rated) and G/25 minutes
(USCF Dual rated). EF: $5. (1/2- Point Bye available in only first
round if requested prior to round.) TD is Fogec; ATD is
Grochowski & Becker.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Sept. 5-7 Marshall Rohland Memorial/WI Closed Championship

A Wisconsin Tour Event! Radisson Hotel, 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313. HR: $89 single/double, $99 triple, $109 quad, 800-333-3333 or 920-494-7300 (mention chess). Open to WI residents, former champions, and students in WI schools. In 3 sections, Premier: EF $40 by Sep. 2, $45 at site, $5 off for juniors. Comp entry to masters (2200+) if requested and confirmed by Aug. 16. $$b/30: 1st $350 + trophy – 2nd $250 – 3rd $150 - A $100 - U1800 $100. Reserve (U1800): EF $30 by Sep. 2, $35 at site, $5 off for juniors. $$b/20: 1st $150 + trophy, 2nd $100 + trophy, trophies to top C, D, & U1200. U1200: EF $20 by Sep. 2, $25 at site. $$b/10 1st $50, trophies to 1st, 2nd, top U1000, & top unrated. $50 Kittsley Upset Prize for biggest upset (overall). Reg.: Sep. 5 from 10:30-11:30 AM. TC: Premier & Reserve 40/2, SD/1 d5; U1200 G/2 d5. Rds.: Premier & Reserve Sat 12-7, Sun 11-6, Mon 10-3:30; U1200 Sat 12-5, Sun 10-2:30-7. One half-point bye can be requested in advance for any round except the final round. Mail entries (checks payable to Wisconsin Chess Association or WCA) to Dennis J. Kosterman, 28 Singleton Ct., Madison, WI 53711. Info: dennisk@tds.net or 608-770-3133. USCF Junior Grand Prix! A State Championship Event!

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Southwest Chess Club (Joe Crothers Memorial) Championship: July 23, 30 & August 6, 13, 20 & 27

Prizewinners:

Richard Martin III - 1st Place, Club Champion

Matt Waller - 2nd Place

Rithwik Mathur - 1st "A" 

Evan Seghers - 2nd "A" 
 

Dan Perelman - 1st "B"
Chris Wainscott - 2nd "B"
Jim Coons - 3rd "B"

John W. Hegelmeyer - 1st "C"
Aayush Singh - 2nd "C"

Richard Soppa, Jr - 3rd "C"

Neha Mhaskar - 1st "D"
Shaunak Bhattacharyya - 2nd "D"

Akshaj Mathur - 1st "U1200"
Daniel Tesfaye (2nd "U1200"


David Dathe offered three best game prizes for the Club Championship tournament, each worth $25.  Winners were Rithwik Mathur (1st Prize), Richard Martin (2nd Prize), and Allen Becker (3rd Prize).  The games are presented here in a replayable board window.


USCF Rating Results 


FINAL STANDINGS               (not in tiebreak order) 

 No.             Name           Rate  Pts    
    1 Martin III, Richard       2178  5.5
    2 Haubrich, Scott A         2172  5.0
    3 Waller, Matt              2146  5.0
    4 Seghers, Evan C           1975  4.5
    5 Mathur, Rithwik           1883  4.5
    6 Williams, William         2200  4.0
    7 Becker, Allen J           2085  4.0
    8 Cardenas, David R         1927  4.0
    9 Mueller, James            1913  4.0
   10 Pokorski, Jeffrey         1907  4.0
   11 Wainscott, Chris          1801  4.0
   12 Coons, James Jay          1779  4.0
   13 Perelman, Daniel A        1754  4.0
   14 Mhaskar, Rohan            2068  3.5
   15 Markowski, Jason          1883  3.5
   16 Hildeman, Jonathan        1678  3.5
   17 Fogec, Thomas G           1663  3.5
   18 Soppa Jr, Richard         1584  3.5
   19 Singh, Aayush P           1578  3.5
   20 Hegelmeyer, John W        1574  3.5
   21 Bailey, Christopher       1769  3.0
   22 Machi, John V             1767  3.0
   23 Grochowski, Robin         1657  3.0
   24 Sagunsky, David L         1650  3.0
   25 Moore, Micheal A          1621  3.0
   26 Hegelmeyer, John A        1613  3.0
   27 Pullela,Srirama S         1603  3.0
   28 Gill, Govenor M           1500  3.0
   29 Hogg, Alexander           1477  3.0
   30 Yan, Ruilin               1427  3.0
   31 Mhaskar, Neha             1220  3.0
   32 Hayes, Raymond C          2100  2.5
   33 Rouse, Michael A          1459  2.5
   34 Rane, Sidharth H          1439  2.5
   35 Bhattacharyya, Shaunak    1327  2.5
   36 Hogg, Neil                1264  2.5
   37 Gomoll, Rachel            1148  2.5
   38 Mathur, Akshaj            1049  2.5
   39 Tesfaye, Daniel            996  2.5
   40 Jensen, Alex D            1630  2.0
   41 Gerlach, Andrew J         1584  2.0
   42 Manikham, Sourintha       1557  2.0
   43 Gopal, Aditya             1425  2.0
   44 Anand, Devesh K           1327  2.0
   45 Wright, Gary M            1260  2.0
   46 Bhattacharyya, Rishav     1220  2.0
   47 Chaveriat, Lee M          1020  2.0
   48 Ruzell, Nathan Ale        1354  1.5
   49 Punati, Siddartha         1303  1.5
   50 Miller, Sam                870  1.5
   51 Singh, Shagun P            838  1.5
   52 Yang, Alexander Zi         804  1.5
   53 Trawinski, Sebastian R    1400  1.0
   54 Pullela, Sricharan         736  1.0
   55 Anand, Divyesh K           620  1.0
   56 Pillai, Aditya M          1396  0.5

Friday, July 24, 2015

Summer Lecture Series (July-August)

Each Thursday evening before the Club Championship games: Lectures start at 6:10 pm.


7/30 – Richard Martin III – Forcing Endgame Tactics
8/06 – David Dathe            – Chess Thinking: Pattern Recognition and Decision Making
8/13 – Allen Becker           – Initiative and Brilliance
8/20 – Sheldon Gelbart     – Is Magnus Carlsen the Greatest Ever?
8/27 – Chris Wainscott     – The Forgotten Father of Soviet Chess

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Aug. 15 -- 5th Annual BC Open

Country Spring Hotel, 2810 Golf Rd., Pewaukee, WI 53072 (262) 547-0201. All Sections, TC: G/60 d5. Rds.: 10-1-3:30-6. EF: Open: $35 by 8-13, $40 after 8-13, U1800, U1400 , U1000 $25 by 8-13, after 8-13 $30. Non Rated $10 by 8-13, after 8-13 is $15. Prizes: Open: b/30 1st $350 - 2nd $200 - 1st U2000 $150. - Section (U1800) b/20 $125-80. (U1400) b/20 $115-$70. (U1000) b/20 $100-50. Non rated section: are book prizes. Reg.: Aug 15th 8:30 - 9:30. Entries to: (make payable to Benzochess). Ben Corcoran, 2711 N. University Dr. #64, Waukesha, WI 53188. Q&A: Ask for Ben 262-506-4203 or benzochess@gmail.com also more info at www.benzochess.com.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Grandmaster Chess Lecture This Thursday

This coming Thursday, July 16th, Grandmaster Josh Friedel will be giving a lecture at the Southwest Chess Club located in Hales Corners, WI.
The lecture will run from 7-9pm with a 15-20 min Q&A afterwards. Admission is free to members of the club.
If you are not a member you may join that evening for the prorated price of $5 (membership runs $10 annually so with only half a year left you pay just half price!)
We meet at 5635 S New Berlin Rd Hales Corners, WI 53130. Once you walk through the main doors just take the stairs down and you'll see us in the Meadows room to the left!
This is a great chance to see a great lecture by a GM at practically no cost to you.

This lecture and our entire upcoming Summer Lecture Series were arranged by Chris Wainscott, an Officer and Board Member of the Southwest Chess Club.  Chris also wrote the cover story in the July 2015 issue of Chess Life.  Be sure to check it out.

Next Tournament:

Joe Crothers Memorial Southwest Chess Club
Championship: July 23, 30, August 6, 13, 20 & 27
6-Round Swiss in One Section. Game/100;d5. USCF Rated.
EF: $7.00 (must be a member to participate, can join prior to first round).
(Two ½ point byes available in rounds 1 through 5 if requested at least 2-days
in advance; no byes available for round 6.) TD is Becker;
ATDs are Fogec and Grochowski.


Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Basking Bishops in the Sun Swiss - June 18, 25 & July 2,9

4-Round Swiss in Two Sections (Open and U1600).

Game/100; d5. USCF Rated. EF: $5.00. (One ½ Point Bye

Available for any round, except round four, if requested at least

2-days prior to round). TD is Tom Fogec; ATD is Robin Grochowski.

Monday, June 15, 2015

July 11-12 -- 39th Annual Green Bay Open

Radisson Hotel, 2040 Airport Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313. 5SS, 40/100, 30/1, SD/30 d5. EF: $45, Juniors under 19 $40, if rec’d by 7/8, all entries after 7/8 including phone, email & in person are $10 more! $$ (Top 2 Gtd. 5 per class) $1685 Cash + 6 trophies! 1st $400 + trophy; 2nd $220, X $115; 1900’s & 1800’s $115 each; 1700’s & 1600’s $110 each; 1500’s & 1400’s $105 each; 1300’s & 1200’s $100 each; Under 1200/Unrated $90. Trophies to top Juniors ages 17-18, 15-16, 13-14, 11-12, 10 & under. Reg.: 8:45-9:25am. Rds.: 10-2:30-7:30; 10-3:30. HR: $89/$89/$99/$109 call 920-494-7300 mention chess tournament. Room block held to 6/19. Other Info: 1/2 bye avail. Rds. 1, 2 or 3 if req’d w/entry. Entries & Inquiries to: Luke Ludwig, 2191 Allouez Ave., Green Bay, WI 54311. 920-465-9859, email: lukealudwig@aol.com WCA Tour Event. W., A Heritage Event! USCF Junior Grand Prix! Trophies Plus Grand Prix Points: 10

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - June 13-14

 USCF Rating Results

Chess Magnet School Junior Grand Prix!
Trophies Plus Grand Prix Points: 10

5SS, G/120,d5 in top 3 sections: Master/Expert (open only to 2000 and above), U2000, U1500. 4SS, G/60,d6 in U1000 section.
Olympia Resort Hotel, 1350 Royale Mile Rd., Oconomowoc, WI; 1-800-558-9573; (Mention Southwest Chess Club for $99 room rate).

EF: $40 in top 3 sections, $25 in U1000. All $5 more after 6/10. $$GTD: Master/Expert = 1st-$300,  2nd-$200, 3rd-$100. U2000=1st-$150, U1500=1st-$80, U1000=1st-$50.
Registration : 8:30-9:30.     Round Schedule: 
Top 3 sections-Saturday, June 13: 10:00 am, 2:30 pm, 7:00 pm, Sunday June 14: 10:00am,3:00pm, 
U1000 Saturday (only), June 13: 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm, 6:00 pm. 
ENT: Allen Becker, 2130 N. 85th St., Wauwatosa, WI 53226 or allenbecker@wi.rr.com.
Questions:  TD Robin Grochowski 414-861-2745
Goddess Chess Prizes for this event:
(1) in Master/Expert, $100 to top scoring female finisher provided at least 2 females play;
(2) in U2000, $75, to top scoring female finisher provided at least 2 females play;
(3) in U1500, $50, to top scoring female finisher provided at least 3 females play;
(4) in U1000, $25, to top scoring female finisher provided at least 3 females play;
There are no tie-breaks; if tie score the prize money is split; and
Must score a draw or win in any section to qualify for prize.


FLYER

Several photos at bottom of post

Prizewinners:
 
M/X:
1st/2nd: Erik Santarius and Brady Harder
3rd: Hongkai Pan

U2000:
1st: Johnathan Ireland

U1500:
1st: Sandra Hoffman, Alexander Hogg, and Michael Breuer

U1000:
1st: Sophie Taylor
 
Goddesschess prizewinners:
Sandra Hoffman in the U1500 and Ritika Pandey in the U2000.

 
Final Standings):

Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - Master/Expert

  No.       Name                         St Rate Rd 1  Rd 2  Rd 3  Rd 4  Rd 5  Score   
   1.    Santarius, Erik (1) ..........  WI 2372 W4    W3    L2    W5    W10     4.0
   2.    Harder, Brady R (4) ..........  WI 2152 W6    W9    W1    D4    D5      4.0

   3.    Pan, Hongkai (10) ............  WI 2053 -B-   L1    -H-   W6    W4      3.5

   4.    Paitrick, Derek (6) ..........  WI 2124 L1    W10   W5    D2    L3      2.5

   5.    Martin III, Richard (3) ......  WI 2180 D10   W7    L4    L1    D2      2.0

   6.    Garcia, Martin (9) ...........  CT 2063 L2    -B-   D10   L3    -U-     1.5

   7.    Ulrich, Rachel J (2) .........  WI 2200 L9    L5    L8    W10   -U-     1.0
   8.    Waller, Matt (5) .............  WI 2137 -N-   -N-   W7    -U-   -U-     1.0
   9.    Mckinney, Christopher (7) ....  WI 2119 W7    L2    -U-   -U-   -U-     1.0
  10.    Becker, Allen J (8) ..........  WI 2101 D5    L4    D6    L7    L1      1.0


 


Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - U2000

  No.       Name                         St Rate Rd 1  Rd 2  Rd 3  Rd 4  Rd 5  Score

   1.    Ireland, Johnathan (3) .......  WI 1890 W19   W4    W8    D5    W3      4.5

   2.    Hoffman, Guy G (1) ...........  WI 1900 W24   D14   D7    W13   W5      4.0

   3.    Pandey, Ritika (4) ...........  WI 1885 W17   W21   -H-   W10   L1      3.5
   4.    Riordan, Ray J (22) ..........  WI 1507 W6    L1    W21   D7    W12     3.5

   5.    Pokorski, Jeffrey (2) ........  WI 1892 W16   D10   W14   D1    L2      3.0
   6.    Zheng, Christopher (7) .......  WI 1764 L4    D25   W20   W18   D8      3.0
   7.    Bevans, Paul (14) ............  WI 1660 -H-   W20   D2    D4    D9      3.0
   8.    Gerlach, Andrew J (25) .......  WI 1397 W18   W11   L1    -H-   D6      3.0
   9.    Soppa Jr, Richard (26) .......  WI 1371 L12   W19   D18   W14   D7      3.0

  10.    Coons, James Jay (5) .........  WI 1836 W25   D5    D13   L3    D11     2.5
  11.    Persson, Jonas (6) ...........  WI 1785 D20   L8    -H-   W22   D10     2.5
  12.    Pandey, Divya (13) ...........  WI 1663 W9    -H-   -N-   W15   L4      2.5
  13.    Corcoran, Benjamin (19) ......  WI 1604 -H-   W15   D10   L2    D14     2.5

  14.    Hildeman, Jonathan (9) .......  WI 1694 W26   D2    L5    L9    D13     2.0
  15.    Jensen, Alex D (10) ..........  WI 1691 -H-   L13   W25   L12   D19     2.0
  16.    Bakalinsky, Jacob (16) .......  WI 1653 L5    W22   W17   -N-   -N-     2.0
  17.    Hegelmeyer, John W (18) ......  WI 1605 L3    W24   L16   W21   -N-     2.0

  18.    Hegelmeyer, John A (12) ......  WI 1668 L8    W26   D9    L6    -N-     1.5
  19.    Yon, Gregory (17) ............ GER 1627 L1    L9    L22   W20   D15     1.5
  20.    Shefsky, Michael W (21) ......  WI 1512 D11   L7    L6    L19   W22     1.5

  21.    Ulrich, Susanna G (11) .......  WI 1687 W22   L3    L4    L17   -N-     1.0
  22.    Breuer, Ryan M (24) ..........  WI 1429 L21   L16   W19   L11   L20     1.0

  23.    Grochowski, Andrew (8) .......  WI 1705 -H-   -N-   -N-   -N-   -N-     0.5
  24.    Niemczewski, Boguslaw (15) ...  IL 1657 L2    L17   -H-   -U-   -U-     0.5
  25.    Murtaugh, William (20) .......  WI 1526 L10   D6    L15   -N-   -N-     0.5
  26.    Pillai, Aditya M (23) ........  WI 1451 L14   L18   -H-   -U-   -U-     0.5



Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - U1500

  No.       Name                         St Rate Rd 1  Rd 2  Rd 3  Rd 4  Rd 5  Score

   1.    Hogg, Alexander (1) ..........  WI 1419 W3    W6    D2    D4    D5      3.5
   2.    Breuer, Michael A (3) ........  WI 1367 W7    W4    D1    L3    W8      3.5
   3.    Hoffman, Sandra R (4) ........  WI 1324 L1    W8    W5    W2    D6      3.5

   4.    Rane, Sidharth H (2) .........  WI 1410 W5    L2    W6    D1    -U-     2.5
   5.    Hogg, Neil (5) ...............  WI 1196 L4    W7    L3    W8    D1      2.5
   6.    Bansal, Dhruv (8) ............  WI  970 -B-   L1    L4    W7    D3      2.5

   7.    Bansal, Ashna (6) ............  WI 1143 L2    L5    D8    L6    -B-     1.5

   8.    Bevans, Sarah (7) ............  WI 1026 -H-   L3    D7    L5    L2      1.0

 



Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - U1000

  No.       Name                         St Rate Rd 1  Rd 2  Rd 3  Rd 4  Rd 5  Score


   1.    Taylor, Sophie (7) ...........  WI  862 W2    W7    W6    W3    -U-     4.0

   2.    Malloy, Asante (2) ...........  WI  949 L1    W9    W11   W5    -U-     3.0
   3.    Rockley, James D (10) ........  WI  722 -B-   W11   W7    L1    -U-     3.0

   4.    Pipito, Alex (6) .............  WI  888 L7    L8    -B-   W6    -U-     2.0
   5.    Yang, Alexander Zi (8) .......  WI  842 L11   -B-   W10   L2    -U-     2.0
   6.    Kroog, Nicholas Ro (9) .......  WI  775 W8    W10   L1    L4    -U-     2.0

   7.    Tesfaye, Daniel (1) ..........  WI  982 W4    L1    L3    D8    -U-     1.5
   8.    Hegelmeyer, Jason (4) ........  WI  946 L6    W4    L9    D7    -U-     1.5
   9.    Miller, Ryan J (5) ...........  WI  895 D10   L2    W8    -N-   -U-     1.5
  10.    Singleton, Donald (11) .......  WI nnnn D9    L6    L5    W11   -U-     1.5

  11.    Pullela, Sricharan (3) .......  WI  948 W5    L3    L2    L10   -U-     1.0



 


Milwaukee Summer Challenge IV - Extra Games

  No.       Name                         St Rate Rd 1  Rd 2  Score

   1.    Pan, Hongkai (1) .............  WI 2053 W2    -U-     1.0
   2.    Grochowski, Andrew (2) .......  WI 1705 L1    W5      1.0

   3.    Bansal, Dhruv (4) ............  WI  970 D4    -U-     0.5
   4.    Rockley, James D (5) .........  WI  722 D3    -U-     0.5

   5.    Bansal, Ashna (3) ............  WI 1143 -U-    L2     0.0