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ggardiner
03-02-2011, 04:06 PM
Gold Coast Tin Cup Sat/Sun 12/13 Feb

For players rated under 1750 ACF or QJ

Venue: Gardiner Chess Centre, Mudgeeraba

Registration 8.30-9.00am

Sat: Rd 1 9.30am, Rd 2 12 noon, Rd 3 2.30pm
Sun: Rd 4 9.00am, Rd 5 11.30am, Rd 6 2pm, Prizes 5pm

Juniors (or adults) with sporting and cultural commitments may take a half point bye in any round except the last

Forfeit Time: 30 minutes from the start of the game

Time: Normal weekender 60+10 Fischer

Prizes: 1st $500, 2nd $200 3rd $100
4 Ratings Groups: 1st $100 2nd $60 in each

Entry Fee: $50 (reduced by $10 if paid by Friday 11th Feb)

CAQ M'Ship: $15 single $30 family (all players must be financial CAQ members for 2011 - current list of members at http://www.caq.org.au/htm/current.htm)

Entry Brochure at:
http://www.gardinerchess.com/brochures/2011/tincup2011.pdf

Enjoy the Gardiner Chess cafe, verandah and outdoor area

Graeme Gardiner 5522 7221 ggardiner@gardinerchess.com
www.gardinerchess.com

ggardiner
12-02-2011, 06:27 PM
1 Lapitan, Daniel 1413 1622 3 30:W 20:W 16:W 4:
2 Fazel, Amin 1611 3 36:W 17:W 14:W 3:
3 Kitikov, Oleg 1631 3 34:W 33:W 11:W 2:
4 Al Zaher, Louay 1590 3 39:W 35:W 12:W 1:
5 Shanks, Jack 1546 2.5 25:W 10:D 26:W 7:
6 Stokes, Mark C 1532 2.5 42:W 13:W 7:D 10:
7 Ruddy, Alex 1619 2.5 43:W 28:W 6:D 5:
8 Duffin, Mike 1696 2.5 26:D 31:W 18:W 9:
9 Hughes, Harry 1323 1345 2.5 0:D 38:W 27:W 8:
10 Mills, Ross 1296 2.5 54:W 5:D 37:W 6:
11 Stewart, Craig A 1600 2 23:W 21:W 3:L 22:
12 Lovejoy, David 1743 2 22:W 15:W 4:L 18:
13 Walker, Tyson 1745 2 24:W 6:L 40:W 20:
14 Jack, Martin 1408 1514 2 53:W 19:W 2:L 23:
15 Ford, Daniel 1532 2 0:W 12:L 43:W 24:
16 Pyper, Matthew 1316 1533 2 44:W 41:W 1:L 17:
17 Zvonar, Frank 1297 2 48:W 2:L 45:W 16:
18 McCarthy, Oliver 1273 1399 2 47:W 37:W 8:L 12:
19 Stahnke, Alexander 1705 1705 2 40:W 14:L 34:W 21:
20 Stahnke, Axel 1502 2 56:W 1:L 36:W 13:
21 Johnson, Nicholas 1381 1312 2 55:W 11:L 39:W 19:
22 Sands, Gary A 1136 2 12:L 53:W 33:W 11:
23 Pomerenke, Zac 1110 877 2 11:L 55:W 35:W 14:
24 Slater-Jones, Tom 1050 1163 2 13:L 42:W 38:W 15:
25 Mills, Gareth 847 2 5:L 54:W 41:W 28:
26 Nowshadi, Daniel 546 1023 1.5 8:D 52:W 5:L 27:
27 McConnell, Harrison 742 1.5 0:D 29:W 9:L 26:
28 D'Arcy, Michael 1362 1.5 57:W 7:L 30:D 25:
29 Cho, Adrian 677 1118 1.5 0:D 27:L 44:W 30:
30 Johnson, Mitchell 754 992 1.5 1:L 56:W 28:D 29:
31 Hughes, Tony 895 1.5 0:D 8:L 52:W 33:
32 Mcconnell, Anneliese 333 798 1 0:D 0:D 0:L 34:
33 Huband-Lint, Kees 1326 1421 1 51:W 3:L 22:L 31:
34 Ringrose, Kyle 1014 1 3:L 57:W 19:L 32:
35 Webster, Andrew L 1236 1 50:W 4:L 23:L 45:
36 Von Pein, Lachlan 882 1 2:L 50:W 20:L 49:
37 O'Flynn, Alexander 1614 1 45:W 18:L 10:L 44:
38 Hinde, Keith 1200 1 49:W 9:L 24:L 39:
39 Zhong, Tony (Bris) 867 1 4:L 46:W 21:L 38:
40 Foster, Allan 1026 1 19:L 51:W 13:L 50:
41 Song, Kevin 768 1177 1 46:W 16:L 25:L 42:
42 Lee, Leon 835 1 6:L 24:L 55:W 41:
43 Clarkson, Zac 971 1 7:L 48:W 15:L 51:
44 Rogers, Jim 838 1 16:L 49:W 29:L 37:
45 Worner, Luke 924 1 37:L 47:W 17:L 35:
46 Andrew, Andreas 500 1 41:L 39:L 47:L 0:W
47 Chan, Jason 667 1 18:L 45:L 46:W 48:
48 Curtain, Joseph 1200 1 17:L 43:L 53:W 47:
49 Ringrose, Jonathan 1227 1 38:L 44:L 57:W 36:
50 Andrew, David 800 1 35:L 36:L 56:W 40:
51 Brekelmans, Sam 674 1 33:L 40:L 54:W 43:
52 McConnell, Matthew 742 .5 0:D 26:L 31:L 53:
53 Therakam, Clint 713 0 14:L 22:L 48:L 52:
54 Pooley, Adrian 500 0 10:L 25:L 51:L 57:
55 Gurunathan, Karthik 600 0 21:L 23:L 42:L 56:
56 McNamara, Elijah 701 0 20:L 30:L 50:L 55:
57 Johnson, Andrew 664 0 28:L 34:L 49:L 54:

ggardiner
13-02-2011, 06:27 PM
Daniel Lapitan won the Tin Cup on tie-break from Louay Al Zaher, Amin Fazel and Matthew Pyper. Congratulations to Daniel. Louay was aiming to be the first player to win the Tin Cup on more than one occasion, but just fell short.


No Name Rtg Loc Total 1 2 3 4 5 6

1 Lapitan, Daniel 1413 1622 5 41:W 20:W 4:W 2:D 11:W 3:D
2 Al Zaher, Louay 1590 5 37:W 38:W 5:W 1:D 3:D 8:W
3 Fazel, Amin 1611 5 54:W 28:W 13:W 8:W 2:D 1:D
4 Pyper, Matthew 1316 1533 5 43:W 48:W 1:L 28:W 12:W 10:W
5 Lovejoy, David 1743 4.5 32:W 17:W 2:L 18:D 21:W 16:W
6 Stokes, Mark C 1532 4.5 29:W 19:W 16:D 27:D 9:D 18:W
7 Duffin, Mike 1696 4.5 21:D 39:W 18:W 11:L 17:W 20:W
8 Kitikov, Oleg 1631 4 23:W 44:W 10:W 3:L 13:W 2:L
9 Stahnke, Alexander 1705 1705 4 30:W 13:L 23:W 14:W 6:D 15:D
10 Stewart, Craig A 1600 4 42:W 14:W 8:L 32:W 27:W 4:L
11 Hughes, Harry 1323 1345 4 0:D 36:W 51:W 7:W 1:L 19:D
12 Shanks, Jack 1546 4 31:W 27:D 21:W 16:D 4:L 29:W
13 Jack, Martin 1408 1514 4 47:W 9:W 3:L 42:W 8:L 27:W
14 Johnson, Nicholas 1381 1312 4 49:W 10:L 37:W 9:L 31:W 33:W
15 D'Arcy, Michael 1362 4 52:W 16:L 41:D 31:W 39:W 9:D
16 Ruddy, Alex 1619 3.5 22:W 15:W 6:D 12:D 20:D 5:L
17 Ford, Daniel 1532 3.5 0:W 5:L 22:W 36:W 7:L 23:D
18 McCarthy, Oliver 1273 1399 3.5 50:W 33:W 7:L 5:D 40:W 6:L
19 Walker, Tyson 1745 3.5 24:W 6:L 30:W 20:L 32:W 11:D
20 Stahnke, Axel 1502 3.5 55:W 1:L 54:W 19:W 16:D 7:L
21 Nowshadi, Daniel 546 1023 3.5 7:D 57:W 12:L 51:W 5:L 38:W
22 Clarkson, Zac 971 3.5 16:L 45:W 17:L 35:W 25:D 36:W
23 Ringrose, Kyle 1014 3.5 8:L 52:W 9:L 46:W 45:W 17:D
24 Slater-Jones, Tom 1050 1163 3.5 19:L 29:W 36:L 37:D 51:W 39:W
25 Ringrose, Jonathan 1227 3.5 36:L 43:L 52:W 54:W 22:D 37:W
26 Andrew, David 800 3.5 38:L 54:L 55:W 30:W 36:D 40:W
27 Mills, Ross 1296 3 53:W 12:D 33:W 6:D 10:L 13:L
28 Zvonar, Frank 1297 3 45:W 3:L 34:W 4:L 29:L 42:W
29 Lee, Leon 835 3 6:L 24:L 49:W 48:W 28:W 12:L
30 Foster, Allan 1026 3 9:L 35:W 19:L 26:L 49:W 47:W
31 Mills, Gareth 847 3 12:L 53:W 48:W 15:L 14:L 45:W
32 Sands, Gary A 1136 3 5:L 47:W 44:W 10:L 19:L 43:W
33 O'Flynn, Alexander 1614 3 34:W 18:L 27:L 43:W 42:W 14:L
34 Worner, Luke 924 3 33:L 50:W 28:L 38:L 56:W 44:W
35 Brekelmans, Sam 674 3 44:L 30:L 53:W 22:L 54:W 51:W
36 Hinde, Keith 1200 2.5 25:W 11:L 24:W 17:L 26:D 22:L
37 Zhong, Tony (Bris) 867 2.5 2:L 56:W 14:L 24:D 41:W 25:L
38 Webster, Andrew L 1236 2.5 26:W 2:L 42:L 34:W 0:D 21:L
39 Hughes, Tony 895 2.5 0:D 7:L 57:W 44:W 15:L 24:L
40 Cho, Adrian 677 1118 2.5 0:D 51:L 43:W 41:W 18:L 26:L
41 Johnson, Mitchell 754 992 2.5 1:L 55:W 15:D 40:L 37:L 53:W
42 Pomerenke, Zac 1110 877 2 10:L 49:W 38:W 13:L 33:L 28:L
43 Rogers, Jim 838 2 4:L 25:W 40:L 33:L 50:W 32:L
44 Huband-Lint, Kees 1326 1421 2 35:W 8:L 32:L 39:L 46:W 34:L
45 Curtain, Joseph 1200 2 28:L 22:L 47:W 50:W 23:L 31:L
46 Mcconnell, Anneliese 333 798 2 0:D 0:D 0:L 23:L 44:L 56:W
47 Therakam, Clint 713 2 13:L 32:L 45:L 57:W 48:W 30:L
48 Song, Kevin 768 1177 2 56:W 4:L 31:L 29:L 47:L 52:W
49 Gurunathan, Karthik 600 2 14:L 42:L 29:L 55:W 30:L 57:W
50 Chan, Jason 667 2 18:L 34:L 56:W 45:L 43:L 54:W
51 McConnell, Harrison 742 1.5 0:D 40:W 11:L 21:L 24:L 35:L
52 Johnson, Andrew 664 1.5 15:L 23:L 25:L 53:D 55:W 48:L
53 Pooley, Adrian 500 1.5 27:L 31:L 35:L 52:D 57:W 41:L
54 Von Pein, Lachlan 882 1 3:L 26:W 20:L 25:L 35:L 50:L
55 McNamara, Elijah 701 1 20:L 41:L 26:L 49:L 52:L 0:W
56 Andrew, Andreas 500 1 48:L 37:L 50:L 0:W 34:L 46:L
57 McConnell, Matthew 742 .5 0:D 21:L 39:L 47:L 53:L 49:L

Adamski
13-02-2011, 10:27 PM
Daniel Lapitan won the Tin Cup on tie-break from Louay Al Zaher, Amin Fazel and Matthew Pyper. Congratulations to Daniel. Louay was aiming to be the first player to win the Tin Cup on more than one occasion, but just fell short.
Congratulations to Daniel, another junior on the rise. I note that the competition included some with a rating well higher than his, such as the ubiquitous (on the chess scene) author David Lovejoy.

Desmond
14-02-2011, 09:54 AM
Congratulations to Daniel, another junior on the rise. I note that the competition included some with a rating well higher than his, such as the ubiquitous (on the chess scene) author David Lovejoy.
Yes well done Daniel. Looks like it was a hard fought comp.

Denis_Jessop
14-02-2011, 01:09 PM
Congratulations to Daniel, another junior on the rise. I note that the competition included some with a rating well higher than his, such as the ubiquitous (on the chess scene) author David Lovejoy.

They're everywhere. The problem is to keep them once they either realise there is another world or are faced with the decision whether to work for a living. Solve that and you'd get the Koshnitsky medal in perpetuity. :)

DJ

Garvinator
14-02-2011, 01:46 PM
They're everywhere. The problem is to keep them once they either realise there is another world or are faced with the decision whether to work for a living. Solve that and you'd get the Koshnitsky medal in perpetuity. :) And also when they have to start paying for their own entry fees.