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Garvinator
15-04-2009, 08:23 AM
2009 CAQ TEAMS COMPETITION

1. DATES OF PLAY and VENUES

Round 1 Sunday, April 26 Gardiner Chess Centre
Round 2 Sunday, May 10 The Gap State High School, Waterworks Road, The Gap
Round 3 Sunday, May 24 QId Contract Bridge Club, Ipswich Rd, Woolloongabba
Round 4 Sunday, June 14 To Be Decided
Round 5 Saturday, July 4 Nundah State School, Bage Street, Nundah

2. TEAMS

• Teams will be divided into divisions based on the average team rating at close of nominations.
The six highest rated teams will be placed in Division One. The remaining teams will be placed in Division Two.
• Once teams and individual team member nominations have closed, new players must be rated below the highest rated player in that division, except in Division One where there is no limit.
• Teams consist of four players for each match. Reserves are allowed in all divisions, but they must meet all other playing conditions.
• There are no club membership requirements. This means that teams can be formed with players from different clubs
• Teams MUST play in March 2009 ACF rating order. A team that fails to play in rating order will forfeit the boards that have been played out of order.
• No player may play for more than one team in the same division.
• Teams must be submitted by and entry fees paid by 11:59pm April 19 2009.
• Team nomination fee is $80.00.
• Draw will either be round-robin or Swiss, depending upon the number of teams in a division.

3. RATINGS

The March 2009 ACF rating list published on the ACF web site will be used for both adults and juniors.
Inactive players remain on the ACF Master File rating list – available on the ACF web site www.auschess.org.au.
If you have any queries about a player’s rating, contact the CAQ Ratings Officer (Patrick Byrom: byronpa@hotmail.com).
A player is only “unrated” if never rated (here or overseas).

If a player does not have a March 2009 ACF rating, then

6.1 If a junior -their March 2009 Qld Junior rating will be used;
6.2 If an adult – their FIDE rating will be used if they have one.
New arrivals to Australia with overseas ratings must declare their overseas rating.
Each division will be ACF and QJ rated. Division One will be FIDE rated.

4. PLAYERS

• All players must be financial members of the CAQ for 2009 before round one. Players who join a team after round one must be a CAQ financial member before the next round begins.
• Membership Enquiries: Gail Young caqqld@hotmail.com.

5. TIME-CONTROL

The time-control will be 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game, with 30 seconds per move added from move one.

6. STARTING TIME & FORFEITS

· Clocks start 1.00pm sharp.
· A game is forfeited by the player arriving at the board more than one hour after the scheduled starting time. CAQ will take action against repeat offenders.
· If 3 members of a team are not present 15 minutes after the scheduled starting time, then the whole team forfeits. Whole team forfeits are very serious offences, and will be referred to the CAQ for disciplinary action.

7. COLOURS

The first-named team has White on Boards 1 and 3.

8. DUTIES OF CAPTAINS

· Be conversant with the current (July 2005) FIDE Laws of Chess.
· Supervise the sensible and ethical conduct of their teams. There should be no talking, analyzing, or distracting the opponents in any way whatsoever.
· Submit team sheets and board orders by 12:45pm on the day of play.

9. SCORING

· Game points (total score of each individual game); then
· Match points (total result of each match played).
· Individual result between the teams

10. FIDE LAWS OF CHESS

All play will be conducted under the 2005 FIDE Laws of Chess.

11. TIE-BREAK PROCEDURES

· If two or more teams finish equal first in their division, the tie break order will be:
1. Game points;
2. Match points;
3. Result between the tied teams individual match(es).
4. If these 3 tie-break methods fail to split the tied teams, first place will be shared.

12. PAYMENT

Payment by direct credit welcome, payable to:
Bank: National Australia Bank
Account name: Chess Association of Queensland Inc
Account No: 20501-7068; BSB: 084-120
Ref: Quote 2009 plus team's name

Post cheque/money orders to:

Chess Association of Queensland Inc.
3 Didsbury Street
East Brisbane 4169

13. ARBITER

Please address all questions to:

Garvin Gray 0422 99 30 62 garvingray@optusnet.com.au

Tyson
15-04-2009, 03:52 PM
Hi Garvin, are u able to post a list of the teams that have entered so far?

Thanks,

Tyson

Garvinator
16-04-2009, 12:39 AM
Hi Garvin, are u able to post a list of the teams that have entered so far?

Thanks,

Tyson
I am aware two teams from Redcliffe, one from Logan. I believe there will be two from Bullwinkle, maybe a couple from Brisbane and one from Gold Coast.

I am not aware of any generally formed teams at this stage.

Garvinator
21-04-2009, 08:11 PM
Round 1: (April 26, 1pm, Gardiner Chess Centre)

Redcliffe V Gold Coast
Logan V Bullwinkle

Round 2 (May 10, 1pm, The Gap High School)

Logan V Gold Coast
Bullwinkle V Redcliffe

Round 3 (May 24, 10am, Brisbane Chess Club)

Gold Coast V Bullwinkle
Redcliffe V Logan

Round 4 (May 24, 3:30pm, Brisbane Chess Club)

Gold Coast V Redcliffe
Bullwinkle V Logan

Round 5 (June 14, 1pm, Tba)

Bullwinkle V Gold Coast
Logan V Redcliffe

Round 6 (July 4, 1pm, Nundah State School)

Gold Coast V Logan
Redcliffe V Bullwinkle

Desmond
22-04-2009, 07:03 PM
Is July 4th correct or is it meant to be the Sunday?

Garvinator
22-04-2009, 07:11 PM
Is July 4th correct or is it meant to be the Sunday?
The date is correct, Saturday July 4th.

Logan Day of Knights Rapid tournament in on the Sunday July 5th, so the teams event is on the Saturday to avoid a clash.

Capablanca-Fan
26-04-2009, 06:41 PM
R1 was played today in the always pleasant Gardiner Centre, which has a couple of nice recent extra touches: a double door to the playing room to keep out noice better, and giant pieces and board out the back.

Stawski,N - Sarfati,J [C33]
QLD Interclub R1,
Bullwinkle v Logan Board 2
26 April 2006

1.e4 e5 2.f4 [already the decisive mistake, according to Solo, heh] 2...exf4 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Nc3 c6 5.Qf3 d5 6.exd5 Bd6 7.Nge2 [7.Qe2+!÷ NCO] 7...Bg4 8.Qf2 b5 9.Bd3 [9.Bb3 b4 10.Na4 Ne4 11.Qd4 Qh4+ 12.g3 Nxg3-+] 9...Qe7 10.dxc6 [10.h3 Bh5 11.dxc6] 10...a6! 11.c7 Nc6 12.h3 Bd7! 13.Qf3 0-0 14.Nd5 now White will never get a chance to castle, and he is overwhelmed in the centre while his wing pieces remain helpless onlookers 14...Nxd5 15.Qxd5 Nb4 16.Qd4 Bc5 17.Qxf4 Nxd3+ 18.cxd3 Rfe8 19.Qe4 Qd6 20.Qf3 Bc6 21.Qf1 Qxd3 22.Kd1 Be4 23.Rh2 Bd6 24.g3 Bxg3 25.Nxg3 Qc2+ 26.Ke1 Bg2+ 27.Qe2 Bf3! most efficient, coordinating the remaining pieces 28.Qxe8+ Rxe8+ 29.Kf2 Qd3 30.a4 Bb7 [30...b4 might have been even better] 31.Ra3 Qd6 32.Rc3 [32.d4 Qxd4+ 33.Be3 Qxb2+] 32...Qf4+ mate in 3 0-1

Garvinator
26-04-2009, 07:42 PM
No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 TRUSCOTT, Tony J REDCLIFFE 1919 1:0 NAKAUCHI, Gene GOLD COAST 2074
2 THOMAS, Brian REDCLIFFE 1880 0:1 MULLER, Jonas GOLD COAST 1884
3 CASHMAN, Michael REDCLIFFE 1763 1:0 JULE, Alexandra GOLD COAST 1812
4 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723 0:1 STAHNKE, Alexander GOLD COAST 1658


5 SOLOMON, Stephen J LOGAN 2419 1:0 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2082
6 SARFATI, Jonathan LOGAN 2150 1:0 STAWSKI, Nik V BULLWINKLE 1864
7 ABYLKASSOV, Ivan LOGAN 2038 .5:.5 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776
8 KORENEVSKI, Oleg LOGAN 1643 1:0 VAN PELT, Michael BULLWINKLE 1683




No Name Total 1 2 3 4

1 LOGAN, 3.5 * 3.5
2 REDCLIFFE, 2.0 * 2.0
3 GOLD COAST, 2.0 2.0 *
4 BULLWINKLE, .5 .5 *

Round Two: Sunday May 10, 1pm, The Gap High School

Garvinator
26-04-2009, 07:50 PM
No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538 .5:.5 WELLER, Tony REDCLIFFE 1716
2 STEWART, Craig A BULLWINKLE 1514 1:0 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628
3 EDWARDS, Regina BULLWINKLE 1237 0:1 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601
4 BASTOS, Raquel BULLWINKLE 0:1 GILPIN, Matthew REDCLIFFE 1489

Redcliffe leads 2.5-1.5 after the first match of six.

Desmond
27-04-2009, 01:11 PM
Round 3 (May 24, 10am, Brisbane Chess Club)

Gold Coast V Bullwinkle
Redcliffe V Logan

Round 4 (May 24, 3:30pm, Brisbane Chess Club)

Gold Coast V Redcliffe
Bullwinkle V Logan
Can't say I'm too enthusiastic about playing 2 5-hour games in a day.

Garrett
27-04-2009, 01:29 PM
Can't say I'm too enthusiastic about playing 2 5-hour games in a day.

yeah I found Sydney exhausting so I can understand your sentiment seeing as the interclub time control is longer.

Zonal will be 2 long rounds a day for the first three days. I am sure we will be thankful for the rest day.

cheers
Garrett.

Capablanca-Fan
27-04-2009, 02:54 PM
Can't say I'm too enthusiastic about playing 2 5-hour games in a day.
I agree.

Capablanca-Fan
09-05-2009, 09:54 PM
Looks like only one match in the premier division tomorrow now :(

Desmond
09-05-2009, 10:04 PM
Looks like only one match in the premier division tomorrow now :(Why's that, is Logan not fielding a team?

Capablanca-Fan
10-05-2009, 12:30 AM
Why's that, is Logan not fielding a team?
No, our opponents aren't. At least they phoned Garvin in plenty of time for him to contact me and for me to contact the rest of my team.

Garvinator
10-05-2009, 08:11 PM
Round Two today at The Gap High School

Open Division

No Name Club Rtg Loc Result Name Club Rtg Loc

1 LAZARUS, Benjamin BULLWINKLE 2172 2102 1:0 TRUSCOTT, Tony J REDCLIFFE 2076 1919
2 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2065 2082 0:1 THOMAS, Brian REDCLIFFE 1880
3 STAWSKI, Nik V BULLWINKLE 2024 1864 1:0 CASHMAN, Michael REDCLIFFE 2056 1763
4 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776 1:0 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723

Logan won on forfeit 4-0 against Gold Coast


No Name Total 1 2 3 4

1 LOGAN, 7.5 * 3.5 4.0
2 BULLWINKLE, 3.5 .5 * 3.0
3 REDCLIFFE, 3.0 1.0 * 2.0
4 GOLD COAST, 2.0 0.0 2.0 *

Second Division


No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 WELLER, Tony REDCLIFFE 1716 0:1 OLM-MILLIGAN, Kieran BULLWINKLE 1691
2 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628 1:0 VAN PELT, Michael BULLWINKLE 1683
3 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601 1:0 STEWART, Craig A BULLWINKLE 1514
4 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151 1:0 LYONS, Kieran C BULLWINKLE 1464

Redcliffe now leads Bullwinkle 5.5-2.5 with 24 total points on offer over six matches.

Round 3 is on March 24, 10 am at Brisbane Chess Club.

Basil
10-05-2009, 09:14 PM
Hot dog! Thomas beat Edwards. Did anyone check the toilets!?

Well done, Brian. Well done ;)

Desmond
10-05-2009, 10:51 PM
Hot dog! Thomas beat Edwards. Did anyone check the toilets!?

Well done, Brian. Well done ;)Thanks H. Only the women's was open, so I made sure I left the seat up. ;)

Capablanca-Fan
10-05-2009, 11:28 PM
Any games for us to see?

Garrett
11-05-2009, 04:32 AM
yes come on Boris, let's see it !

cheers
Garrett.

Desmond
11-05-2009, 07:14 PM
[Event "Qld Teams League 2009"]
[Date "2009.05.10"]
[Round "2.2"]
[White "Thomas, Brian"]
[Black "Edwards, Jacob"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D08"]
[WhiteElo "1880"]
[BlackElo "2082"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 e5 3. Nf3 {I wasn't too happy with the position I got out of the opening, won't be playing this again.} e4 4. Ng1 Be6 5. Nc3 Bb4 6.cxd5 Bxd5 7. Bd2 Bxc3 8. bxc3 Bc4 {! unpleasant, preventing the natural plan of e3, c4 etc} 9. g3 Nf6 10. Bg2 O-O 11. h4 Nbd7 12. Nh3 Qe7 13. O-O b5 14. a4 a6 15. Re1 Nb6 16. axb5 axb5 17. Qc2 h6 18. Nf4 c6 19. Be3 Nbd5 {I was happy about swapping off a pair of knights. Was more worried about black invading on a4 with the rook or perhaps the knight.} 20.Nxd5 Bxd5 21. Bh3 Rfd8 22. Qb2 Ne8 23. Bf4 g5 ({?! giving black the opportunity to play} 23... e3 24. Bxe3 (24. f3 g5 {-+} 25.hxg5 hxg5 26. Be5 f6) 24... Qe4 25. Kh2 Rxa1 26. Rxa1 Nf6 27. Rg1 Ra8 {looked pretty bad during the but in retrospect maybe I am holding on here.}) 24. hxg5 hxg5 25. Be3 Kg7 26. Rxa8 Rxa8 27. Ra1 Rxa1+ 28. Qxa1 Kg6 29. Qa8 f5 30. Qc8 Nd6 31. Qh8 Qf6 32. Qb8 {I offered a draw} Bc4 33. d5 Bxd5 34. Bd4 Qe6 35. Qf8 g4 36. Qg7+ Kh5 37. Be3 Nf7 38. Qh7+ Nh6 39. Bxh6 Qxh6 40. Qxf5+ Qg5
41. Bxg4+ ({missing} 41. Qh7+ Qh6 42. Bxg4+ Kxg4 (42... Kg5 43. Qf5#) 43. Qxh6 {+-}) 41... Kh6 42. Qxg5+ Kxg5 {Jacob offered a draw. I'm not certain but I think this is ending winning or close to it.} 43. Bd7 Kf6 44. Kf1 Ke5 45. Ke1 Kd6 46. Be8 Ke7 47. Bh5 c5 48. Kd2 Bc6 49. f4 exf3 50. exf3 Kf6 51. f4 Bd5 52. Be2 Bc6 53. Bd3 Bd7 54. Ke3 b4 55. cxb4 cxb4 56. Kd4 b3 57. Kc3 Be6 58. Kb2 {Waiting, forcing black to either concede ground with the king or move the bishop of the c8-h3 diagonal.} Kg7 59. Be2 Bd5 60. Bd1 Kf6 61. Bxb3 Bf3 62. Bc2 Ke6 63. Kc3 Kd5 64. Bh7 Bg4 65. Kd3 Ke6 66. Ke4 Bd1 67. f5+ Kf6 68. Kf4 Be2 69. g4 Kg7 70. Bg6 Kf6 71. Be8 Bc4 72. g5+ Kg7 73. Bh5 Bb3 74. f6+ Kf8 75. g6 Bc4 76. Bg4 Kg8 77. Ke5 1-0

Basil
11-05-2009, 07:25 PM
Nice technique. Carry on!

Garvinator
11-05-2009, 10:19 PM
Event: CAQ Interclub
Site: ?
Date: 2009.05.10
Round: ?
White: Wilkinson, Leo
Black: Williams, Bruce
Result: 0-1
ECO: B80
Annotator: Williams,Bruce
PlyCount: 56

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 d6 6. Bb5+ Nbd7 7. O-O a6 8.
Be2 Be7 9. Be3 Qc7 10. f4 b5 11. a3 Bb7 12. Bf3 Rc8 13. Qe1 Qb8 14. Rd1 O-O 15.
g4 Qa8 16. g5 Nxe4 17. f5 Ne5 (17... Rxc3 18. bxc3 Ne5 19. f6 Nxf3+ 20.
Rxf3 gxf6 21. gxf6 Bxf6) (17... Nxc3 18. bxc3 Bxf3 19. Nxf3 Qe4) 18.
Bxe4 Bxe4 19. f6 Bd8 20. Qh4 Rxc3 21. bxc3 Bb6 22. fxg7 Rc8 23. g6 Bxg6 24. Qg3
Rxc3 25. Qf4 Qe4 26. Qxe4 Bxe4 27. Bd2 (27. Bf2 Ng4 28. Rd2 Nxf2 29. Rfxf2 e5) 27... Bxd4+ 28. Rf2 Rf3 0-1

Capablanca-Fan
11-05-2009, 10:56 PM
[Event "Qld Teams League 2009"]
[Date "2009.05.10"]
[Round "2.2"]
[White "Thomas, Brian"]

[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D08"]
[WhiteElo "1880"]
[BlackElo "2082"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 e5 3. Nf3 {I wasn't too happy with the position I got out of the opening, won't be playing this again. [B]Yeah, you've just gotta take on e5. Jacob is well known for playing the Albin.} e4 4. Ng1 Be6 5. Nc3 Bb4 6.cxd5 Bxd5 7. Bd2 Bxc3 8. bxc3 Bc4 {! unpleasant, preventing the natural plan of e3, c4 etc. So why not 7.e3 with a reversed French, so you'd be used to the positions that arise?} 9. g3 Nf6 10. Bg2 O-O 11. h4 Nbd7 12. Nh3 Qe7 13. O-O b5 14. a4 a6 15. Re1 Nb6 16. axb5 axb5 17. Qc2 h6 18. Nf4 c6 19. Be3 Nbd5 {I was happy about swapping off a pair of knights. Was more worried about black invading on a4 with the rook or perhaps the knight. Black has several options of where to play, but he has to choose. If he wants to play K-side, he could play ...Na4 to hold the a-file, and prepare ...g5, Nd5, f5. What he played wasn't bad,removing White's best placed minor, but he should have kept all Rs on let White have the a-file—what's one file out of eight? And instead of 18... c6, Rad8, to aim for the blockade of Nd5 and Bc4 then attack with ...f5} 20.Nxd5 Bxd5 21. Bh3 Rfd8 22. Qb2 Ne8 23. Bf4 g5 ({?! giving black the opportunity to play} 23... e3 24. Bxe3 (24. f3 g5 {-+} 25.hxg5 hxg5 26. Be5 f6) 24... Qe4 25. Kh2 Rxa1 26. Rxa1 Nf6 27. Rg1 Ra8 {looked pretty bad during the but in retrospect maybe I am holding on here. Yes, the exchange of all Rs has left Black a bit drafty. With all Rs on, Black's play on the centre and K-side would be stronger, while White would find it hard to counterattack with three majors trying to work with one file}) 24. hxg5 hxg5 25. Be3 Kg7 26. Rxa8 Rxa8 27. Ra1 Rxa1+ 28. Qxa1 Kg6 29. Qa8 f5 30. Qc8 Nd6 31. Qh8 Qf6 32. Qb8 {I offered a draw} Bc4 33. d5 {a good breakout} 33... Bxd5 34. Bd4 Qe6 35. Qf8 g4 36. Qg7+ Kh5 37. Be3 {now Black is up the creek} 37... Nf7 38. Qh7+ Nh6 39. Bxh6 Qxh6 40. Qxf5+ Qg5 41. Bxg4+ ({missing} 41. Qh7+ Qh6 42. Bxg4+ Kxg4 (42... Kg5 43. Qf5#) 43. Qxh6 {+-}) 41... Kh6 42. Qxg5+ Kxg5 {Jacob offered a draw. I'm not certain but I think this is ending winning or close to it. Certainly nothing to lose by playing on} 43. Bd7 Kf6 44. Kf1 Ke5 45. Ke1 Kd6 46. Be8 Ke7 47. Bh5 c5 48. Kd2 Bc6 49. f4 exf3 50. exf3 Kf6 51. f4 Bd5 52. Be2 Bc6 53. Bd3 Bd7 54. Ke3 b4 {makes it easier for White, but White's two passers would win anyway} 55. cxb4 cxb4 56. Kd4 b3 57. Kc3 Be6 58. Kb2 {Waiting, forcing black to either concede ground with the king or move the bishop of the c8-h3 diagonal.} Kg7 59. Be2 Bd5 60. Bd1 Kf6 61. Bxb3 Bf3 62. Bc2 Ke6 63. Kc3 Kd5 64. Bh7 Bg4 65. Kd3 Ke6 66. Ke4 Bd1 67. f5+ Kf6 68. Kf4 Be2 69. g4 Kg7 70. Bg6 Kf6 71. Be8 Bc4 72. g5+ Kg7 73. Bh5 Bb3 74. f6+ Kf8 75. g6 Bc4 76. Bg4 Kg8 77. Ke5 1-0

Garrett
12-05-2009, 04:21 AM
nice game Boris.

I always run through a few Albin lines if there is any chance of playing Jacob.

You could always have played 2.Nf3 but I'm guessing you had no idea of what you were about to receive.

cheers
Garrett.

Desmond
12-05-2009, 08:39 AM
Yeah, you've just gotta take on e5. Jacob is well known for playing the AlbinYeah I know, we had a draw in one of those lines a couple of years ago. Will try to find that game.


So why not 7.e3 with a reversed French, so you'd be used to the positions that arise?I was greedy, wanted a reverse french while keeping the c1-h6 diagonal open for the bishop.


Black has several options of where to play, but he has to choose. If he wants to play K-side, he could play ...Na4 to hold the a-file, and prepare ...g5, Nd5, f5. What he played wasn't bad,removing White's best placed minor, but he should have kept all Rs on let White have the a-file—what's one file out of eight? And instead of 18... c6, Rad8, to aim for the blockade of Nd5 and Bc4 then attack with ...f5

Yes, the exchange of all Rs has left Black a bit drafty. With all Rs on, Black's play on the centre and K-side would be stronger, while White would find it hard to counterattack with three majors trying to work with one fileYes after the exchange of rooks I felt I was probably close to equal, especially since the queen was momentarily tied to defending the g5 pawn I won the a-file.

Even with the rooks off pushing the f-pawn was the way to go, I thought, eg 32...f4 and black has the initiative, I just have to wait for a chance to start checking.

Capablanca-Fan
12-05-2009, 11:57 AM
Yeah I know, we had a draw in one of those lines a couple of years ago. Will try to find that game.
Good grief, I'd forgotten about that one :wall: :wall: :wall: : a Peninsula Open where he got a very strong bind for a pawn?


I was greedy, wanted a reverse french while keeping the c1-h6 diagonal open for the bishop.
Right, so Bd2 didn't really contribute to that.


Yes after the exchange of rooks I felt I was probably close to equal, especially since the queen was momentarily tied to defending the g5 pawn I won the a-file.
Yes, and because of the swaps, you could use it to swing sideways and strike at him from the rear.

Desmond
12-05-2009, 12:11 PM
Good grief, I'd forgotten about that one :wall: :wall: :wall: : a Peninsula Open where he got a very strong bind for a pawn?Yes that's the one. I thought I posted it on here but maybe I didn't get around to it.

Desmond
24-05-2009, 08:00 PM
[Event "Qld Teams League 2009"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2009.05.24"]
[Round "3.2"]
[White "Abylkassov, Ivan"]
[Black "Thomas, Brian"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C17"]
[WhiteElo "2038"]
[BlackElo "1880"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e5 c5 5. Bd2 cxd4 6. Nb5 Be7 (6... Bf8 {
I think is the main line, couldn't remember it too well.}) 7. Nf3 Nc6 8. Nbxd4 Bc5 9. Nb3
Bb6 10. Bd3 Nge7 11. O-O Ng6 12. Re1 h6 (12... Ngxe5 13. Nxe5 Nxe5 14. Rxe5
Bxf2+ 15. Kxf2 Qf6+ 16. Rf5 exf5 {
was possible but I think the minor pieces will be too good here.}) 13. c3 Bd7
14. Nbd4 Nxd4 15. Nxd4 O-O {possibly a mistake. It seems like white should
have something here, exactly what I'm not sure.} 16. Qh5 Qe8 17. g4 Ne7 18. g5
f5 19. Qxe8 Raxe8 20. gxh6 g6 21. Bg5 Kh7 22. Nf3 Ng8 23. Nd4 a6 24. Re3 Rc8
25. Rh3 Bxd4 26. cxd4 Rc6 27. Bd2 Rfc8 28. Kf1 {
allowing me to exchange the light-squared bishops} Rb6 29. b3 Bb5 30. Ke2 Bxd3+
31. Kxd3 Rbc6 32. Rg3 Rc2 33. Rag1 Ne7 34. Bb4 R8c7 35. Bc5 Rxf2 36. Bxe7 Rxe7
37. Rxg6 Rxh2 38. Rg7+ Rxg7 39. Rxg7+ Kxh6 40. Rxb7 Rxa2 41. Rb6 Kg5 42. Rxe6
f4 43. Rd6 Rb2 44. Rxd5 Rxb3+ 45. Kc4 Rb1 46. Ra5 f3 47. Ra2 Re1 48. Kd3 Kg4
49. Rxa6 f2 50. Rg6+ Kh5 51. Rf6 f1=Q+ 52. Rxf1 Rxf1 53. d5 Kg6 54. Ke4 Rd1 0-1

Desmond
24-05-2009, 08:15 PM
[Event "Qld Teams League 2009"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2009.05.24"]
[Round "4.1"]
[White "Nakauchi, Gene"]
[Black "Thomas, Brian"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D64"]
[WhiteElo "2074"]
[BlackElo "1880"]
1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. e3 c6 6. Nf3 Nbd7 7. Qc2 O-O 8. Rc1
a6 9. a3 dxc4 10. Bxc4 c5 11. O-O h6 12. Bh4 cxd4 13. exd4 b5 14. Ba2 Bb7 15.
Ne5 Rc8 16. Rfe1 Nxe5 17. dxe5 Nd7 18. Bb1 g6 19. Bxe7 Qxe7 20. Qd2 Kg7 21.
Rcd1 Rfd8 22. Qe3 Qg5 {I offered a draw.} 23. Qxg5 hxg5 24. Rd6 Kf8 25. f3 Ke7
26. Be4 Bxe4 27. Rxe4 Nc5 28. Red4 Nb7 29. Rxd8 Rxd8 30. Rxd8 Nxd8 31. Ne4 Nc6
32. Nc5 a5 33. Nd3 a4 34. Kf2 Na5 35. Ke3 Kd7 36. Kd4 Kc6 37. Kc3 Kb6 {
I offered a draw.} 38. Nf2 Nc4 39. Ne4 Nxe5 (39... g4 40. fxg4 Nxe5 {
might have been better, it is harder for him to dislodge my knight.}) 40. Nxg5
Kc5 41. f4 Ng4 42. Nxf7 Nxh2 43. Ne5 Nf1 44. Kd3 Ng3 45. Nxg6 b4 46. Nf8 bxa3
47. bxa3 Kd5 48. Nd7 Kc6 49. Nf6 Kb5 50. Ne4 Nh5 51. Nc3+ Ka5 52. Ke3 1-0

Garvinator
25-05-2009, 11:41 AM
No Name Club Rtg Loc Result Name Club Rtg Loc

1 NAKAUCHI, Gene GOLD COAST 2076 2074 1:0 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2065 2082
2 MULLER, Jonas GOLD COAST 1981 1884 1:0 STAWSKI, Nik V BULLWINKLE 2024 1864
3 STAHNKE, Alexander GOLD COAST 1795 1658 0:1 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776
4 FORD, Daniel GOLD COAST 1792 1602 1:0 DAVIDOVICI, Victor BULLWINKLE 1765

5 TRUSCOTT, Tony J REDCLIFFE 2076 1919 0:1 SOLOMON, Stephen J LOGAN 2455 2419
6 THOMAS, Brian REDCLIFFE 1880 1:0 ABYLKASSOV, Ivan LOGAN 2038
7 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723 .5:.5 KORENEVSKI, Oleg LOGAN 1942 1643
8 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601 1:0 STEVENS, Ryan LOGAN 1602

No Name Club Rtg Loc Result Name Club Rtg Loc

1 HUMPHREY, Jonathan BULLWINKLE 2260 2247 0:1 SOLOMON, Stephen J LOGAN 2455 2419
2 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2065 2082 .5:.5 ABYLKASSOV, Ivan LOGAN 2038
3 STAWSKI, Nik V BULLWINKLE 2024 1864 0:1 KORENEVSKI, Oleg LOGAN 1942 1643
4 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776 .5:.5 STEVENS, Ryan LOGAN 1602

5 NAKAUCHI, Gene GOLD COAST 2076 2074 1:0 THOMAS, Brian REDCLIFFE 1880
6 MULLER, Jonas GOLD COAST 1981 1884 1:0 CASHMAN, Michael REDCLIFFE 2056 1763
7 STAHNKE, Alexander GOLD COAST 1795 1658 .5:.5 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723
8 FORD, Daniel GOLD COAST 1792 1602 0:1 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601

After four rounds

Logan 12 points
Gold Coast 7.5 points
Redcliffe 7 points
Bullwinkle 5.5 points

Desmond
25-05-2009, 11:49 AM
8 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601 0:1 STEVENS, Ryan LOGAN 1602

I think Brodie won this game.

Garvinator
25-05-2009, 12:00 PM
No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 BAILEY, Cameron R BULLWINKLE 1722 1:0 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628
2 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538 0:1 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151
3 STEWART, Craig A BULLWINKLE 1514 1:0 MCROBERTS, Anthony J REDCLIFFE 991
4 EDWARDS, Regina BULLWINKLE 1237 1:0 BARGO, Peter-John REDCLIFFE 943


No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628 0:1 OLM-MILLIGAN, Kieran BULLWINKLE 1691
2 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151 1:0 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538
3 MCROBERTS, Anthony J REDCLIFFE 991 0:1 STEWART, Craig A BULLWINKLE 1514
4 BARGO, Peter-John REDCLIFFE 943 0:1 EDWARDS, Regina BULLWINKLE 1237

After four rounds:

Bullwinkle 8.5
Redcliffe 7.5

Desmond
28-05-2009, 09:37 AM
Are there any board prizes up for grabs?

Capablanca-Fan
28-05-2009, 08:27 PM
Are there any board prizes up for grabs?
You might be in line, esp. after beating Abylkassov after fighting back from a worse position (like the interclub 2 years ago).

Kevin Bonham
28-05-2009, 08:48 PM
2 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538 0:1 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151
[..]
2 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151 1:0 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538

Fast-improving junior or otherwise underrated?

Desmond
28-05-2009, 09:08 PM
Fast-improving junior or otherwise underrated?I think he is mid- to late-teens.

Kevin Bonham
28-05-2009, 09:21 PM
I think he is mid- to late-teens.

Makes sense actually; when I was about the same age and about the same rating I had an interclub where I scored 8/9 and my victims included five or six 1400s and 1500s.

Desmond
10-06-2009, 10:20 AM
Round 5 (June 14, 1pm, Tba)

Bullwinkle V Gold Coast
Logan V Redcliffe
Is there a game this week and where is it being held?

Garvinator
10-06-2009, 10:29 AM
Is there a game this week and where is it being held?
Are you talking about Round five this Sunday at Gardiner Chess Centre?

Desmond
10-06-2009, 12:29 PM
Are you talking about Round five this Sunday at Gardiner Chess Centre?I take it from that that the answer to my question was yes, at Gardiner Chess Centre.

Garvinator
10-06-2009, 12:31 PM
I take it from that that the answer to my question was yes, at Gardiner Chess Centre.
The venue is also mentioned in my sig ;)

Garvinator
14-06-2009, 10:40 PM
No Name Club Rtg Loc Result Name Club Rtg Loc

1 SOLOMON, Stephen J LOGAN 2455 2419 .5:.5 TRUSCOTT, Tony J REDCLIFFE 2076 1919
2 SARFATI, Jonathan LOGAN 2244 2150 1:0 CASHMAN, Michael REDCLIFFE 2056 1763
3 CASTOR, David LOGAN 2195 1997 0:1 WELLER, Tony REDCLIFFE 1987 1716
4 KORENEVSKI, Oleg LOGAN 1942 1643 1:0 MCCLYMONT, Brodie REDCLIFFE 1601

5 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2065 2082 1:0 NAKAUCHI, Gene GOLD COAST 2076 2074
6 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776 0:1 MULLER, Jonas GOLD COAST 1981 1884
7 DAVIDOVICI, Victor BULLWINKLE 1765 .5:.5 STAHNKE, Alexander GOLD COAST 1795 1658
8 VAN PELT, Michael BULLWINKLE 1683 1:0 FORD, Daniel GOLD COAST 1792 1602

Place Name Score

1 LOGAN 14.5
2 GOLD COAST 9
3 REDCLIFFE 8.5
4 BULLWINKLE 8

Garvinator
14-06-2009, 10:42 PM
No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 HARDY, Christopher BULLWINKLE 1674 1:0 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723
2 MCPHEE, Benjamin A BULLWINKLE 1609 0:1 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628
3 STEWART, Craig A BULLWINKLE 1514 0:1 AKERS, Gerard REDCLIFFE 1542
4 EDWARDS, Regina BULLWINKLE 1237 0:1 GILPIN, Matthew REDCLIFFE 1489


Place Name Score

1 REDCLIFFE 10.5
2 BULLWINKLE 9.5

Garvinator
14-06-2009, 10:43 PM
Final Round, Nundah State School, Bage Street Nundah.SaturdayJuly 4. 1pm start

Desmond
15-06-2009, 09:36 AM
Jonas is having a very good tournament.

Capablanca-Fan
15-06-2009, 09:57 AM
Jonas is having a very good tournament.
Indeed. And Logan appreciates your absence yesterday. ;)

Garrett
15-06-2009, 11:21 AM
Indeed. And Logan appreciates your absence yesterday. ;)

you're also probably lucky that Brodie lost.

He knocked back a draw offer while I was watching and would be interested to know what happened in that one.

Would also love to see what happened in Nakauchi - Edwards. Jacob sacced an exchange for a nice passed pawn.

cheers
Garrett.

Garvinator
15-06-2009, 11:24 AM
you're also probably lucky that Brodie lost.Indeed.


He knocked back a draw offer while I was watching and would be interested to know what happened in that one.Brodie decided to offer an exchange of rooks after Oleg advanced the qside pawns. The rook exchange was dead lost. Brodie commented afterwards that he would rather lose than draw :eek: Mark was rather displeased with this comment and the result ;)


Would also love to see what happened in Nakauchi - Edwards. Jacob sacced an exchange for a nice passed pawn.Gene lost on time just before the time control.

Garrett
15-06-2009, 12:48 PM
Thanks Garvin

I can understand the 'lose rather than draw' comment as I often get in that mood myself (not every game), but team circumstances change things slightly.

Leads to an interesting point. If a player is offered a draw, can he/she have a quiet word with the team captain (Mark in this case) ? Is that allowed ?

cheers
Garrett.

Capablanca-Fan
15-06-2009, 03:57 PM
I can understand the 'lose rather than draw' comment as I often get in that mood myself (not every game), but team circumstances change things slightly.
Yes. While the FIDE Laws take no account of the team positions, a player might think about how his result affects his team mates.


Leads to an interesting point. If a player is offered a draw, can he/she have a quiet word with the team captain (Mark in this case) ? Is that allowed?
I believe so. But the team captain must take into account only the match score not the board position. And the player is under no obligation to accept the captain's advice, at least as far as the particular game is concerned.

And who knows what the captain would have advised anyway? He may have encouraged Brodie to play for a win based on the scores, or just said "Please yourself."

Garvinator
04-07-2009, 07:30 PM
2009 CAQ Teams Event Second Division - Final Round

No Name Club Loc Result Name Club Loc

1 STOKES, Mark C REDCLIFFE 1628 .5:.5 BAILEY, Cameron R BULLWINKLE 1722
2 DAVIDSON, Nathan P REDCLIFFE 1613 0:1 VAN PELT, Michael BULLWINKLE 1683
3 GILPIN, Matthew REDCLIFFE 1489 0:1 MOWLES, Karina BULLWINKLE 1538
4 PYNE, Rohan REDCLIFFE 1151 1:0 LYONS, Kieran C BULLWINKLE 1464


Place Name Score

1-2 REDCLIFFE 12
BULLWINKLE 12

Garvinator
04-07-2009, 07:31 PM
2009 CAQ Teams Event Open Division - Final Round


No Name Club Rtg Loc Result Name Club Rtg Loc

1 NAKAUCHI, Gene GOLD COAST 2076 2074 .5:.5 SOLOMON, Stephen J LOGAN 2455 2419
2 MULLER, Jonas GOLD COAST 1981 1884 .5:.5 ABYLKASSOV, Ivan LOGAN 2038
3 STAHNKE, Alexander GOLD COAST 1795 1658 .5:.5 CASTOR, David LOGAN 2195 1997
4 FORD, Daniel GOLD COAST 1792 1602 1:0 KORENEVSKI, Oleg LOGAN 1942 1643
5 TRUSCOTT, Tony J REDCLIFFE 2076 1919 1:0 LAZARUS, Benjamin BULLWINKLE 2172 2102
6 CASHMAN, Michael REDCLIFFE 2056 1763 1:0 EDWARDS, Jacob A BULLWINKLE 2065 2082
7 WILKINSON, Leo REDCLIFFE 1723 0:1 STAWSKI, Nik V BULLWINKLE 2024 1864
8 WELLER, Tony REDCLIFFE 1987 1716 0:1 WILLIAMS, Bruce BULLWINKLE 1776


Place Name Score

1 LOGAN 16
2 GOLD COAST 11.5
3 REDCLIFFE 10.5
4 BULLWINKLE 10