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Garrett
03-10-2008, 08:16 AM
Wendy Terry memorial is this weekend.

Dates Saturday 4 October - Sunday 5 October 2008
Venue Grace Lutheran College
Buchanan Rd, Rothwell
Prizes First $600
Second $275
Rating group prizes: A $175 B $150 C $100 (minimum 10 players per group)
Outreach Chess Under 1000 and Unrated - 1st $100 2nd $50
Session times Round 1 - 10.00am Saturday
Round 2 - 1.00pm approx Saturday
Round 3 - 3.30pm approx Saturday
Round 4 - 9.00am Sunday
Round 5 - 12.00noon approx Sunday
Round 6 - 2.30pm approx Sunday
Time controls 60 minutes each clock plus 10 seconds per move
Entry fees $50 seniors
$45 pensioners/fulltime students
$40 juniors (under 18 at 1 Jan 08)
$30 cadets (under 12 at 1 Jan 08)
$10 late fee if payment not received by 5 October
Non-CAQ members - add $10 membership fee
Entries/enquiries City of Redcliffe Chess Club
c/- Mark Stokes
20 Melaleuca Dr
Strathpine Qld 4500
Tel: (07) 3205 6042
email: tournament@crcchess.com

Desmond
03-10-2008, 11:08 AM
I won't be able to play, but I might drop in on Sunday to have a stick beak. Are you playing George?

Garrett
03-10-2008, 02:36 PM
I won't be able to play, but I might drop in on Sunday to have a stick beak. Are you playing George?

More likely I be playing 6 other people.

See you Saturday Boris.

cheers
Garrett.

CameronD
03-10-2008, 05:54 PM
Unfortunately, I wont be able to get the transport this year as the location is to hard to get to. I've always love playing in this tournament.

Capablanca-Fan
03-10-2008, 06:39 PM
Time to update your sig, Cameron.

This post will disappear after update.

Garrett
04-10-2008, 06:35 PM
Unfortunately, I wont be able to get the transport this year as the location is to hard to get to. I've always love playing in this tournament.

Cammo - it is sad you missed out because of transport. I think someone could have given you a lift. Jim gave me a lift to the May tourney if I could get to the city and he may have done the same for you. I drive from the southside to Redcliffe and would have picked you up somehwere too.

Try a bit harder next time.

Kings of chess
04-10-2008, 08:20 PM
WENDY TERRY MEMORIAL 2008
A Myer Tan Australian Grand Prix Class 1 event
Redcliffe / Queensland


Dates Saturday 4 October - Sunday 5 October 2008
Venue Grace Lutheran College
Buchanan Rd, Rothwell, QLD
Prizes First $600
Second $275
Rating group prizes: A $175 B $150 C $100 (minimum 10 players per group)
Outreach Chess Under 1000 and Unrated - 1st $100 2nd $50
Session times Round 1 - 10.00am Saturday
Round 2 - 1.00pm approx Saturday
Round 3 - 3.30pm approx Saturday
Round 4 - 9.00am Sunday
Round 5 - 12.00noon approx Sunday
Round 6 - 2.30pm approx Sunday
Time controls 60 minutes each clock plus 10 seconds per move
Entry fees $50 seniors
$45 pensioners/fulltime students
$40 juniors (under 18 at 1 Jan 08)
$30 cadets (under 12 at 1 Jan 08)
$10 late fee if payment not received by 5 October
Non-CAQ members - add $10 membership fee
Entries/enquiries City of Redcliffe Chess Club
c/- Mark Stokes
20 Melaleuca Dr
Strathpine Qld 4500
Tel: (07) 3205 6042
email: tournament@crcchess.com

Kings of chess
04-10-2008, 08:22 PM
WENDY TERRY MEMORIAL 2008
A Myer Tan Australian Grand Prix Class 1 event
Redcliffe / Queensland


Dates Saturday 4 October - Sunday 5 October 2008
Venue Grace Lutheran College
Buchanan Rd, Rothwell, QLD
Prizes First $600
Second $275
Rating group prizes: A $175 B $150 C $100 (minimum 10 players per group)
Outreach Chess Under 1000 and Unrated - 1st $100 2nd $50
Session times Round 1 - 10.00am Saturday
Round 2 - 1.00pm approx Saturday
Round 3 - 3.30pm approx Saturday
Round 4 - 9.00am Sunday
Round 5 - 12.00noon approx Sunday
Round 6 - 2.30pm approx Sunday
Time controls 60 minutes each clock plus 10 seconds per move
Entry fees $50 seniors
$45 pensioners/fulltime students
$40 juniors (under 18 at 1 Jan 08)
$30 cadets (under 12 at 1 Jan 08)
$10 late fee if payment not received by 5 October
Non-CAQ members - add $10 membership fee
Entries/enquiries City of Redcliffe Chess Club
c/- Mark Stokes
20 Melaleuca Dr
Strathpine Qld 4500
Tel: (07) 3205 6042
email: tournament@crcchess.com


Great turn out / 47 Players entered the tournament.
Great Hospitality by Redcliffe chess club.

Garrett
05-10-2008, 07:11 PM
Ben Lazarus won this with 6/6.

Garrett placed second with 5.5/6.

Tyson Walker 3rd and first rating group A 5/6.

Amir Karisbasic won rating group B with 4.5/6.

Martin Jack won the rating group C.

Sabin Karisbasic won the outreach chess u/1000 division.

Other notables.
Brodie McClymont and Amir Karisbasic beat Gene Nakauchi.
Brodie also beat David Lovejoy.
Garrett beat Jonas Muller.
Amir Karisbasic beat Oleg Korenevski.
I think Axel Stankhe (father) got a good scalp too, maybe D.Lovejoy or Tony Weller.

Capablanca-Fan
05-10-2008, 08:30 PM
Ben Lazarus won this with 6/6.

Garrett placed second with 5.5/6.
Well done! Interesting that the two winners never played. They didn't give you much prize money considering the close score.


Brodie McClymont and Amir Karisbasic beat Gene Nakauchi.
Also impressive; Amir can find good tricks!

Denis_Jessop
05-10-2008, 09:26 PM
I see we have two threads on this. Probably they should be merged.

DJ

Bill Gletsos
05-10-2008, 09:55 PM
I see we have two threads on this. Probably they should be merged.

DJDone.

Garrett
06-10-2008, 06:37 AM
Well done! Interesting that the two winners never played. They didn't give you much prize money considering the close score.


Thanks Jono,

I don't worry too much about prizes and was happy to have second.

Yes, interesting that two people could finish 6 and 5.5 and not play. I didn't think this was a possibility when I settled for a draw with black in round 3 guessing I would have two whites on the Sunday to try to come over the top.

Probably more good luck for me.

Congratulations to Ben.

Cheers
Garrett.

Kings of chess
06-10-2008, 06:32 PM
Thanks Jono,

I don't worry too much about prizes and was happy to have second.

Yes, interesting that two people could finish 6 and 5.5 and not play. I didn't think this was a possibility when I settled for a draw with black in round 3 guessing I would have two whites on the Sunday to try to come over the top.

Probably more good luck for me.

Congratulations to Ben.

Cheers
Garrett.

Crosstable: Round 6
Rank Name Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 Score
1 Lazarus, Benjamin 2061 B24+ W13+ B 7+ W 6+ B11+ W 4+ 6
2 Lester, George 1727 B18+ W20+ B 4= W10+ B 6+ W 7+ 5.5
3 Walker, Tyson 1629 B42- W39+ B31+ W20+ B13+ W11+ 5
4 Stahnke, Alexander 1617 W22+ B42+ W 2= B14+ W 5+ B 1- 4.5
5 Karibasic, Amir 1451 B27+ W16= B26+ W 8+ B 4- B14+ 4.5
6 Muller, Jonas 1906 B23+ W21+ B 9+ B 1- W 2- W20+ 4
7 Cashman, Michael 1699 W36+ B33+ W 1- B21+ W19+ B 2- 4
8 Nakauchi, Gene 2051 W15+ B19- W23+ B 5- B29+ W12+ 4
9 Chelebichanin, Nenad 1659 W39+ B28+ W 6- B12- W15+ B19+ 4
10 Stokes, Mark 1588 B37+ W30+ bye= B 2- W17= W24+ 4
11 Liu, Yi 1730 W25+ B32+ W14= B19+ W 1- B 3- 3.5
12 Stahnke, Axel 1395 B30- W22+ B18+ W 9+ W16= B 8- 3.5
13 Ee, Philip 1559 W43+ B 1- W34+ B32+ W 3- B17= 3.5
14 Korenevski, Oleg 1666 B41+ W31+ B11= W 4- B28+ W 5- 3.5
15 Jack, Martin 1202 B 8- W37+ B17= W26+ B 9- W30+ 3.5
16 Lovejoy, David 1875 W34+ B 5= W19- W24+ B12= B32= 3.5
17 Weller, Tony 1762 B31- B46+ W15= W33+ B10= W13= 3.5
18 Karibasic, Sabin 936 W 2- B40+ W12- B43+ W21= B33+ 3.5
19 McClymont, Brodie 1514 B38+ W 8+ B16+ W11- B 7- W 9- 3
20 Gilpin, Matthew 1368 W40+ B 2- W36+ B 3- W25+ B 6- 3
21 Lyons, Kieran 1496 W35+ B 6- W25+ W 7- B18= B23= 3
22 Liu, Geoffrey 716 B 4- B12- W27+ W31= B34+ W28= 3
23 Sorenson, Finn 1189 W 6- B35+ B 8- W29= B42+ W21= 3
24 Mills, Ross 1208 W 1- B43+ W42+ B16- W35+ B10- 3
25 Gray, Callum 1001 B11- W27+ B21- W37+ B20- W35+ 3
26 Dyer, Jeff 1411 W46= B29+ W 5- B15- W30= W36+ 3
27 Vico, Jordan 0 W 5- B25- B22- W45+ W40+ B41+ 3
28 Van Den Bergh, Lachlan 1209 B44+ W 9- B30+ bye= W14- B22= 3
29 Simmonds, Leteisha 1090 bye= W26- B46+ B23= W 8- B38+ 3
30 Sands, Gary 0 W12+ B10- W28- W46+ B26= B15- 2.5
31 Kanagarajah, Abbie 1105 W17+ B14- W 3- B22= W33- B42+ 2.5
32 Dalgleish, Trent 1300 W11- B41+ W13- B36+ W16= 2.5
33 Booy, Peter 1264 W45+ W 7- bye= B17- B31+ W18- 2.5
34 Louie, Ryan 1113 B16- W38+ B13- W42= W22- B44+ 2.5
35 Mills, Gareth 222 B21- W23- B39+ W41+ B24- B25- 2
36 Bargo, Peter-John 836 B 7- W44+ B20- W38+ W32- B26- 2
37 Warner, David 618 W10- B15- W40+ B25- W44- B45+ 2
38 Karibasic, Melanie 547 W19- B34- W45+ B36- B39+ W29- 2
39 Hopkins, Matthew 768 B 9- B 3- W35- bye+ W38- B43+ 2
40 Harmon, Kieran 0 B20- W18- B37- W44+ B27- bye+ 2
41 Rogers, Jim 816 W14- B45+ W32- B35- W43+ W27- 2
42 Hughes, Harry 766 W 3+ W 4- B24- B34= W23- W31- 1.5
43 Pomerenke, Zachary 566 B13- W24- B44+ W18- B41- W39- 1
44 Taylor, Joshua 0 W28- B36- W43- B40- B37+ W34- 1
45 Pomerenke, Ben 0 B33- W41- B38- B27- bye+ W37- 1
46 Weir, Christopher 0 B26= W17- W29- B30- 0.5

Kings of chess
07-10-2008, 11:08 PM
Well done! Interesting that the two winners never played. They didn't give you much prize money considering the close score.


Also impressive; Amir can find good tricks!

Please see next reply with my game against FM Gene Nakauchi. Please note that Gene, after move 19.Nxh6 lost 30 minutes time and been left with 53 seconds time.

Kings of chess
07-10-2008, 11:17 PM
Here is my game against FM Gene Nakauchi:




1.Nf3 c5 2.d3 Nc6 3.g3 g6 4.Bg2 Bg7 5.O-O d6 6.Nbd2 e5 7.e4 Nge7 8.c3 O-O 9.Nc4 b5 10.Ne3 h6 11.Nh4 b4 12.Ng4 g5 13.Nf5 Nxf5 14.exf5 d5 15.Qf3 Rb8 16.h3 Re8 17.Re1 bxc3 18.bxc3 Qa5 19.Nxh6+ Bxh6 20.Qh5 Qxc3 21.Bxg5 Qxd3 22.Qxh6 Qxf5 23.Bf6 Qg6 24.Qh8+

Kevin Bonham
07-10-2008, 11:34 PM
Please see next reply with my game against FM Gene Nakauchi. Please note that Gene, after move 19.Nxh6 lost 30 minutes time and been left with 53 seconds time.

How did he lose 30 minutes? Did he have to be away from the board because of another commitment?

Basil
08-10-2008, 02:32 AM
How did he lose 30 minutes? Did he have to be away from the board because of another commitment?
I'm guessing 'a big think'. So perhaps 'spent' 30 mins.

Kings of chess
08-10-2008, 05:02 AM
How did he lose 30 minutes? Did he have to be away from the board because of another commitment?

He spent 30 minutes of his time after move 19.Nxh6:doh:

Kings of chess
08-10-2008, 06:48 AM
Ben Lazarus won this with 6/6.

Garrett placed second with 5.5/6.

Tyson Walker 3rd and first rating group A 5/6.

Amir Karisbasic won rating group B with 4.5/6.

Martin Jack won the rating group C.

Sabin Karisbasic won the outreach chess u/1000 division.

Other notables.
Brodie McClymont and Amir Karisbasic beat Gene Nakauchi.
Brodie also beat David Lovejoy.
Garrett beat Jonas Muller.


Amir Karisbasic beat Oleg Korenevski.
I think Axel Stankhe (father) got a good scalp too, maybe D.Lovejoy or Tony Weller.

After game against FM Gene Nakauchi, I would like to present very dynamic game against Oleg Korenevski. We both made mistakes but:
"Maybe it is because human beings are not always machines." Arsene Wenger


1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.e3 c6 4.c4 e6 5.Nc3 g6 6.b3 Bg7 7.Ba3 Qa5 8.Qc1 Na6 9.Be2 Nb4 10.O-O Nc2 11.Qxc2 Qxa3 12.Rab1 Qe7 13.b4 O-O 14.c5 Nd7 15.b5 e5 16.bxc6 bxc6 17.Qa4 exd4 18.Qxc6 dxc3 19.Qxa8 Ba6 20.Qxf8+ Qxf8 21.Bxa6 Nxc5 22.Bb5 a6 23.Bc6 Qd6 24.Ba8 c2 25.Rbc1 Nd3 26.Rxc2 Nb4 27.Rc8+ Bf8 28.Rb1 a5 29.a3 Qa6 30.Rbc1 Nd3 31.R1c6 Qb5 32.g3 Qb1+ 33.Kg2 Kg7 34.Rc3 Bd6 35.Bxd5 Be5 36.Rb3 Qd1 37.Rb7 Ne1+

Kevin Bonham
08-10-2008, 11:56 PM
He spent 30 minutes of his time after move 19.Nxh6:doh:

That's pretty amazing judgement on his part. It is always a tough decision - how much time do you spend on a line that looks strong, knowing both that you need enough time to win the position, and also enough time to play something else if you have to. As it turns out, 19.Nxh6+!! leads against very best defence to a won (not overwhelmingly won, but one he would be quite likely to convert with the increment) position, and is the only move that does in that position.

Kings of chess
09-10-2008, 02:35 AM
That's pretty amazing judgement on his part. It is always a tough decision - how much time do you spend on a line that looks strong, knowing both that you need enough time to win the position, and also enough time to play something else if you have to. As it turns out, 19.Nxh6+!! leads against very best defence to a won (not overwhelmingly won, but one he would be quite likely to convert with the increment) position, and is the only move that does in that position.

This is the position when I was talking to my self in my mind and spent 12 minutes:
"Taking on d5 or keep playing by applying more pressure. I do not want to give away my good Knight on g4 and pawn on f5, but this black Queen needs to be allured somehow from black diagonal, but how??"

http://www.kingsofchess.biz/Positions/15.Qf3 Rb8.jpg

Then Gene played my dream move Qa5: 18.bxc3 Qa5, see position:
http://www.kingsofchess.biz/Positions/18.bxc3 Qa5.jpg

Garrett
09-10-2008, 08:26 AM
well played Amir.

Desmond
09-10-2008, 08:54 AM
That's pretty amazing judgement on his part. It is always a tough decision - how much time do you spend on a line that looks strong, knowing both that you need enough time to win the position, and also enough time to play something else if you have to. As it turns out, 19.Nxh6+!! leads against very best defence to a won (not overwhelmingly won, but one he would be quite likely to convert with the increment) position, and is the only move that does in that position.If I'm not mistaken, Amir had white and won this game.

Kevin Bonham
09-10-2008, 09:57 PM
If I'm not mistaken, Amir had white and won this game.

You are correct; my apologies! (And now I understand why the time used was "after" the move, which had confused me before.) Very well played Amir!

What is interesting then is that despite using up so much time Nakauchi did not manage to see the most accurate defence.