Guelph Winter Pro-Am January 6-7, 2018

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  • #16
    Final Standings

    Standings. 2018 Guelph Winter Pro-Am: Pro Section

    # Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
    1 Dorian Kang 2045 W6 W9 W5 W4 U--- 4.0
    2 FM Guannan Terry Song 2254 D8 W3 L4 W9 W5 3.5
    3 Viatcheslav [Slava] Rek 2283 D11 L2 W7 W8 W6 3.5
    4 Alex T. Ferreira 2078 W10 L5 W2 L1 W9 3.0
    5 Cindy Qiao 1919 B--- W4 L1 D6 L2 2.5
    6 Caleb Petersen 2088 L1 W10 W8 D5 L3 2.5
    7 Andrew Colvin 2050 L9 D12 L3 B--- W10 2.5
    8 Jeffrey Renfei Zhao 2055 D2 W11 L6 L3 B--- 2.5
    9 Max Rusonik 2093 W7 L1 H--- L2 L4 1.5
    10 Eric Ning 1991 L4 L6 H--- W11 L7 1.5
    11 Eric M Li 2060 D3 L8 D12 L10 U--- 1.0
    12 Jonathan Yu 2150 U--- D7 D11 U--- U--- 1.0

    Standings. 2018 Guelph Winter Pro-Am: U2000 Section
    # Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
    1 Isai Berengolts 1974 W11 W8 W5 W7 D2 4.5
    2 Mario Piccinin 1882 W10 D9 W4 D5 D1 3.5
    3 Arul Papneja 1888 W6 L5 D12 W8 W7 3.5
    4 Robert Gillanders 1799 D7 W14 L2 W13 W9 3.5
    5 Scott Kuehl 1807 W15 W3 L1 D2 D8 3.0
    6 Omaray M. Shah 1795 L3 H--- H--- W12 W11 3.0
    7 Joseph Liao 1897 D4 W15 W9 L1 L3 2.5
    8 Mario Moran-Venegas 1817 W12 L1 W14 L3 D5 2.5
    9 Eric Wang 1613 B--- D2 L7 W10 L4 2.5
    10 Istvan Kiss 1770 L2 W13 H--- L9 W14 2.5
    11 Stephen Humphreys 1816 L1 D12 H--- W14 L6 2.0
    12 Harry Liu 1644 L8 D11 D3 L6 X15 2.0
    13 Emma He 1828 L14 L10 W15 L4 B--- 2.0
    14 Tim Knechtel 1747 W13 L4 L8 L11 L10 1.0
    15 Alberto Ranola 1956 L5 L7 L13 B--- F12 1.0

    Standings. 2018 Guelph Winter Pro-Am: U1700 Section
    # Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
    1 Edward Xiao 1472 W14 D4 W13 W3 D2 4.0
    2 Joey Qiao 1469 W5 D9 W10 W7 D1 4.0
    3 Poyan Nahrva 1695 W18 W11 W9 L1 W4 4.0
    4 Charl Elmo Botha unr. W12 D1 W11 W6 L3 3.5
    5 Daniel Yuan 1240 L2 W23 W8 D10 W15 3.5
    6 Mark Brauer 1483 D7 W19 W16 L4 W9 3.5
    7 Yilin Liao 1306 D6 D8 W17 L2 W16 3.0
    8 Bhargava Guntoori 1598 D16 D7 L5 W22 W12 3.0
    9 Harrison [Hangchen] Liu 1603 W17 D2 L3 W13 L6 2.5
    10 Henry Liu 1571 W21 D13 L2 D5 D11 2.5
    11 Lucas Yunkun Lu 1386 W23 L3 L4 W18 D10 2.5
    12 Edward Yang Wu 1459 L4 W21 D14 W19 L8 2.5
    13 Austin Hunter 1330 W15 D10 L1 L9 W20 2.5
    14 Jack Cloete 1255 L1 W18 D12 L15 B--- 2.5
    15 Austin Xie 1538 L13 D17 W21 W14 L5 2.5
    16 Derek Chen 1411 D8 W22 L6 D20 L7 2.0
    17 Stefan Szpular 1424 L9 D15 L7 H--- W19 2.0
    18 Divjot Locham 1424 L3 L14 B--- L11 D22 1.5
    19 Andrew Wang 1278 H--- L6 W22 L12 L17 1.5
    20 Ali Syed 1554 H--- H--- U--- D16 L13 1.5
    21 William J. Mollison 1394 L10 L12 L15 B--- U--- 1.0
    22 Steve Killi 1258 H--- L16 L19 L8 D18 1.0
    23 John R. Brown 1569 L11 L5 H--- U--- U--- 0.5

    Standings. 2018 Guelph Winter Pro-Am: U1300 Section
    # Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
    1 Sam Ripley 1193 B--- W3 W10 D2 W5 4.5
    2 Daniel Caron 1172 W15 W16 D4 D1 W6 4.0
    3 Curtis Vidan 1000 W5 L1 W17 W9 D4 3.5
    4 Henry Hughes 1118 W14 W17 D2 D10 D3 3.5
    5 Jin Rong [Winnie] Zhuang 1168 L3 W7 W12 W8 L1 3.0
    6 David (Ziye) Wang 1286 L16 W15 W9 W11 L2 3.0
    7 John Sprague 1231 D9 L5 D14 W17 W10 3.0
    8 Noah Ripley 942 W11 L9 W16 L5 W13 3.0
    9 Alina Chen 1068 D7 W8 L6 L3 W14 2.5
    10 Shridhar Kulkarni 1148 W18 W13 L1 D4 L7 2.5
    11 Dennis Rino Jr. Poloniato 1126 L8 W18 W13 L6 D12 2.5
    12 Kiyan Ladhani 1073 L17 W14 L5 W16 D11 2.5
    13 Noah Pedersen unr. B--- L10 L11 W15 L8 2.0
    14 Eric Li 906 L4 L12 D7 B--- L9 1.5
    15 Michael [Han Yang] Yu 1004 L2 L6 H--- L13 W16 1.5
    16 Bruce Hurst 1076 W6 L2 L8 L12 L15 1.0
    17 David Everitt 1237 W12 L4 L3 L7 U--- 1.0
    18 Jeremy Clark 958 L10 L11 B--- U--- U--- 1.0

    Standings. 2018 Guelph Winter Pro-Am: U1000 Section
    # Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot
    1 Nathan He 772 W11 W7 D5 W10 W2 4.5
    2 Jodie Liao 872 W13 W4 W9 W6 L1 4.0
    3 Keith Teeple unr. L4 W17 W7 W9 W6 4.0
    4 Aiden Taylor 803 W3 L2 W15 W8 D5 3.5
    5 Helen Lin 820 L9 W12 D1 W11 D4 3.0
    6 Daniel Turney unr. W17 W14 W10 L2 L3 3.0
    7 Ashley Caron 836 W12 L1 L3 W18 W13 3.0
    8 Zi Liu 702 W16 L10 H--- L4 W12 2.5
    9 Joseph Everitt unr. W5 W18 L2 L3 U--- 2.0
    10 Marie Everitt 820 W15 W8 L6 L1 U--- 2.0
    11 Sterling Wu unr. L1 W13 D18 L5 D15 2.0
    12 Isaac Ripley 281 L7 L5 B--- W14 L8 2.0
    13 Eveleen Kaur 741 L2 L11 W17 W15 L7 2.0
    14 Justin Tang unr. H--- L6 H--- L12 W18 2.0
    15 Devin Piccinin 200 L10 W16 L4 L13 D11 1.5
    16 Brian Cameron 869 L8 L15 H--- W17 U--- 1.5
    17 Kevin Caron 799 L6 L3 L13 L16 B--- 1.0
    18 Ben Cadsby unr. H--- L9 D11 L7 L14 1.0

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    • #17
      Re: Final Standings

      Interesting that the winner of the Pro section won 4 in a row and then was unpaired ( I presume that is what "U" means ) for the last round, yet still won overall.

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      • #18
        Re: Final Standings

        Originally posted by Kerry Liles View Post
        Interesting that the winner of the Pro section won 4 in a row and then was unpaired ( I presume that is what "U" means ) for the last round, yet still won overall.
        Doesn't "U" sometimes refer to "Withdrew"??

        IF so, some organizers deny a prize to those not finishing the tournament, even if they are sole first (Without having to play the last round).

        Can anyone clarify?

        Bob A

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        • #19
          Re: Final Standings

          Doesn't "U" sometimes refer to "You"??

          How are the Entrance Fees redistributed amongst the sections? For instance, does the U1000 retain all it's Entrance Fees and that money (minus expenses) stays within that section for its Prize Fund?
          Last edited by Neil Frarey; Monday, 8th January, 2018, 01:45 AM.

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          • #20
            Re: Final Standings

            Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
            How are the Entrance Fees redistributed amongst the sections? For instance, does the U1000 retain all it's Entrance Fees and that money (minus expenses) stays within that section for its Prize Fund?
            From the advertising (above) "Prizes: $70 per Pro player returned as prizes. Trophies awarded in other sections"

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            • #21
              Re: Final Standings

              Originally posted by Kerry Liles View Post
              Interesting that the winner of the Pro section won 4 in a row and then was unpaired ( I presume that is what "U" means ) for the last round, yet still won overall.
              "U" means when a TD assigned a zero point bye to a player before pairing. "H" for a 1/2 point bye and "B" for 1 point bye as default in cases when there is an odd number of players.

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              • #22
                Re: Final Standings

                Originally posted by John Coleman View Post
                From the advertising (above) "Prizes: $70 per Pro player returned as prizes. Trophies awarded in other sections"
                OK thanks JC, now I'm almost totally confused.

                Originally posted by Hal Bond View Post
                Pro Section $70, others $50.
                After November 30, 2017: Pro Section is $80, others $60.
                On Site Late Fee: $10.00
                Single Half Point Byes: in rounds 1-4 may be requested in advance
                Prizes: $70 per Pro player returned as prizes. Trophies awarded in other sections
                No mention of 1st, 2nd or 3rd prizes for the Pro section?

                Very interesting format! Not including the amount of extra $$$ coming from the late reg. $, after Nov. 30 reg. $, and playing up a section $ ... and who knows what all those amount to ... about 3.7k is generated from the Ams.

                All of this stuff really interests me ever since Bob. A posted his breakdown numbers of who carries the Chess Federation of Canada ... a CFC which has less than 7% of its membership with a CM title or higher.

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                • #23
                  Re: Final Standings

                  Originally posted by Neil Frarey View Post
                  OK thanks JC, now I'm almost totally confused.



                  No mention of 1st, 2nd or 3rd prizes for the Pro section?

                  Very interesting format! Not including the amount of extra $$$ coming from the late reg. $, after Nov. 30 reg. $, and playing up a section $ ... and who knows what all those amount to ... about 3.7k is generated from the Ams.

                  All of this stuff really interests me ever since Bob. A posted his breakdown numbers of who carries the Chess Federation of Canada ... a CFC which has less than 7% of its membership with a CM title or higher.
                  Where have you been? This Guelph tournament format is used for ages.
                  Last edited by Egidijus Zeromskis; Tuesday, 9th January, 2018, 09:46 AM.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Final Standings

                    Neil: if you are implying, as I guess you are, that the organiser is laughing all the way to the bank, ask yourself why so few people want to use the same format. Try organising a tournament yourself... it's a lot of work.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Final Standings

                      Originally posted by John Coleman View Post
                      Neil: if you are implying, as I guess you are, that the organiser is laughing all the way to the bank, ask yourself why so few people want to use the same format. Try organising a tournament yourself... it's a lot of work.
                      He tried once. It didn't work out and others had to come to the rescue.

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                      • #26
                        Re: Final Standings

                        Originally posted by John Coleman View Post
                        Neil: if you are implying, as I guess you are...
                        John, stop guessing. You sound like most every CFC executive member for at least the last 10 years.

                        Shoulda known you'd respond the same old same old.

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                        • #27
                          Re: Final Standings

                          Well, that's surprising. I'm more likely to be described as a maverick (as I was, by a former CFC president) than a team-player.

                          The only CFC exec member I have ever met, I think, is Vlad Drkulec, and he and I are like chalk and cheese.

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