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    Round 2 pairings:

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     1 West, Guy               2331 2346 [1]       :     Beaumont, David 2095 2057 [1]  
     2 Wallis, Christopher     2261 2309 [1]       :     Hacche, David J 2071 2086 [1]  
     3 Penrose, Justin         1995 1945 [1]       :     Rujevic, Mirko  2253 2277 [1]  
     4 Stojic, Dusan           2228 2288 [1]       :     Ly, Thai        1980 1925 [1]  
     5 Voon, Richard           1924 1859 [1]       :     Dale, Ari       2225 2132 [1]  
     6 Kovacevic, Paul         1856 1770 [1]       :     Pyke, Malcolm L 2111 2123 [1]  
     7 Dragicevic, Domagoj     2204 2291 [.5]      :     Cameron, James  1721 1766 [.5] 
     8 Urban, Sylvester        2108 2104 [.5]      :     Dale, Finley    1755 1569 [.5] 
     9 Michaille, Laurent      2093 2149 [.5]      :     Cavezza, Paul   1698 1477 [0]  
    10 Anton, Sarah            1747 1654 [0]       :     Drew, Phillip   1897 1733 [.5] 
    11 Dizdarevic, Mehmedalija 2017 1966 [0]       :     Kaplan, Alex    1694 1608 [.5] 
    12 Chew, Jason             1741 1683 [0]       :     Tan, Justin     2269 2301 [0]  
    13 Beckman, John           1697 1617 [0]       :     Papadinis, Jim  1867 1801 [0]  
    14 Jago, Stephen           1650 1561 [0]       :     Puccini, Jack   1863 1812 [0]  
    15 Hain, Anthony           1847 1732 [0]       :     Kolak, Tanya    1451 1217 [0]  
    16 Swartz, Hannibal        776  776  [0]       :     Bekker, Gary D  1815 1639 [0]  
    17 Wyss, Felix             1813 1707 [0]       :     Dobos, Daniel   1310 1310 [0]  
    18 Lycett, Garry           1916 1824 [.5]     ˝:˝    BYE                            
    19 McCart, Richard         1848 1806 [0]      ˝:˝    BYE                            
    20 Skinner, Adam                     [1]      ˝:˝    BYE
    Note: Cavezza-Anton game from round 1 paired as a draw, though game has yet to be played.
    Other players can still enter the tournament, and may be able to be paired against an opponent for round 2 if there are other entrants to the event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Stead
    Round 2 pairings:

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     1 West, Guy               2331 2346 [1]       :     Beaumont, David 2095 2057 [1]  
     2 Wallis, Christopher     2261 2309 [1]       :     Hacche, David J 2071 2086 [1]  
     3 Penrose, Justin         1995 1945 [1]       :     Rujevic, Mirko  2253 2277 [1]  
     4 Stojic, Dusan           2228 2288 [1]       :     Ly, Thai        1980 1925 [1]  
     5 Voon, Richard           1924 1859 [1]       :     Dale, Ari       2225 2132 [1]  
     6 Kovacevic, Paul         1856 1770 [1]       :     Pyke, Malcolm L 2111 2123 [1]  
     7 Dragicevic, Domagoj     2204 2291 [.5]      :     Cameron, James  1721 1766 [.5] 
     8 Urban, Sylvester        2108 2104 [.5]      :     Dale, Finley    1755 1569 [.5] 
     9 Michaille, Laurent      2093 2149 [.5]      :     Cavezza, Paul   1698 1477 [0]  
    10 Anton, Sarah            1747 1654 [0]       :     Drew, Phillip   1897 1733 [.5] 
    11 Dizdarevic, Mehmedalija 2017 1966 [0]       :     Kaplan, Alex    1694 1608 [.5] 
    12 Chew, Jason             1741 1683 [0]       :     Tan, Justin     2269 2301 [0]  
    13 Beckman, John           1697 1617 [0]       :     Papadinis, Jim  1867 1801 [0]  
    14 Jago, Stephen           1650 1561 [0]       :     Puccini, Jack   1863 1812 [0]  
    15 Hain, Anthony           1847 1732 [0]       :     Kolak, Tanya    1451 1217 [0]  
    16 Swartz, Hannibal        776  776  [0]       :     Bekker, Gary D  1815 1639 [0]  
    17 Wyss, Felix             1813 1707 [0]       :     Dobos, Daniel   1310 1310 [0]  
    18 Lycett, Garry           1916 1824 [.5]     ˝:˝    BYE                            
    19 McCart, Richard         1848 1806 [0]      ˝:˝    BYE                            
    20 Skinner, Adam                     [1]      ˝:˝    BYE
    Note: Cavezza-Anton game from round 1 paired as a draw, though game has yet to be played.
    Other players can still enter the tournament, and may be able to be paired against an opponent for round 2 if there are other entrants to the event.

    I assume that means if Cavezza-Anton play a decisive game the draw can change?

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    Looks like Cavezza - Anton is on Friday night or Sunday arvo.

    The draw stays as it is regardless of the result I'm pretty sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablito15
    Looks like Cavezza - Anton is on Friday night or Sunday arvo.

    The draw stays as it is regardless of the result I'm pretty sure.
    Yeah Kerry just confirmed this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablito15
    Looks like Cavezza - Anton is on Friday night or Sunday arvo.

    The draw stays as it is regardless of the result I'm pretty sure.
    Thanks for not scheduling the game during Thursday Night Blitz / Fight Club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablito15
    West - Beaumont live shortly: http://ozmium.com.au/tfd.htm
    There you go, and it's a King's Indian Attack vs an Accelerated Dragon formation! Nop, Black played d6 so it's like a "normal" Dragon now without the pawn exchange in the centre!
    Last edited by Elliott Renzies; 11-02-2013 at 06:33 PM.
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    Did Black miss a beauty on move 36 ... ? (based on the hanging white rook at a5?)
    Last edited by Elliott Renzies; 11-02-2013 at 09:34 PM.
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    Round 2 Results:

    Code:
     1 West, Guy               2331 2346 [1]      1:0    Beaumont, David       2095 2057 [1]  
     2 Wallis, Christopher     2261 2309 [1]      1:0    Hacche, David J       2071 2086 [1]  
     3 Penrose, Justin         1995 1945 [1]      1:0    Rujevic, Mirko        2253 2277 [1]  
     4 Stojic, Dusan           2228 2288 [1]      1:0    Ly, Thai              1980 1925 [1]  
     5 Voon, Richard           1924 1859 [1]      0:1    Dale, Ari             2225 2132 [1]  
     6 Kovacevic, Paul         1856 1770 [1]      ˝:˝    Pyke, Malcolm L       2111 2123 [1]  
     7 Dragicevic, Domagoj     2204 2291 [.5]     1:0    Cameron, James        1721 1766 [.5] 
     8 Urban, Sylvester        2108 2104 [.5]     1:0    Dale, Finley          1755 1569 [.5] 
     9 Michaille, Laurent      2093 2149 [.5]     1:0    Cavezza, Paul         1698 1477 [1]  
    10 Anton, Sarah            1747 1654 [0]      0:1    Drew, Phillip         1897 1733 [.5] 
    11 Dizdarevic, Mehmedalija 2017 1966 [0]      1:0    Kaplan, Alex          1694 1608 [.5] 
    12 Chew, Jason             1741 1683 [0]      0:1    Tan, Justin           2269 2301 [0]  
    13 Beckman, John           1697 1617 [0]      ˝:˝    Papadinis, Jim        1867 1801 [0]  
    14 Jago, Stephen           1650 1561 [0]      1:0    Puccini, Jack         1863 1812 [0]  
    15 Hain, Anthony           1847 1732 [0]      1:0    Kolak, Tanya          1451 1217 [0]  
    16 Swartz, Hannibal        776  776  [0]      0:1    Bekker, Gary D        1815 1639 [0]  
    17 Wyss, Felix             1813 1707 [0]      1:0    Dobos, Daniel         1310 1310 [0]  
    18 Lacey, David            1962 1909 [0]      1:0    Krishnamurthy, Mukesh 1635 1430 [0]  
    19 McCart, Richard         1848 1806 [0]      ˝:˝    BYE                                  
    20 Skinner, Adam                     [1]      ˝:˝    BYE                                  
    21 Lycett, Garry           1916 1824 [.5]     ˝:˝    BYE

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    A very good night for White!
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    It is always interesting to follow a tournament where many upsets happen. Even more upsets could have taken place, if only FG would play 36...Rxc4 against West.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron
    It is always interesting to follow a tournament where many upsets happen. Even more upsets could have taken place, if only FG would play 36...Rxc4 against West.
    36...Rxc4 37.c3 Rxc3 38.bxc3 Qxc3 still looks equal or a little better for White
    Last edited by Mr. Pawn; 12-02-2013 at 12:04 PM.

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    Thanks Mr Pawn, I had suggested that move (even more sublty) because the game was still on, more than 12 hours before Mr Baron!

    It was like obvious but as you proved it doesn't work! (My Fritz also agrees with you)!
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    No, I think it is a sensible suggestion, and perhaps Black's best chance, as the game continuation leaves White with a definite edge.

    However, both Firegoat and I had analysed the exchange sac and both felt during the game that White would be better due to Black's two weak pawns and the open lines for White's rooks. I actually thought I was trying to trick him, as it would be possible to overlook my reply, c3, if he just thought I had blundered.

    Afterwards we analysed the ...Rxc4 idea with David Hacche and David Lacey and whilst White did win most of the variations there is no doubt Black has enough to make it interesting. The thing is, it was not so clear that Black should have too many problems defending the ending that arose... it's just a bit uncomfortable, not seriously bad.

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