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  • Canadian Chess Challenge Finals this Sundaqy!

    The event moves to Vancouver for the first time in the 31 year history of the event.

    You can find pairings, provincial team lists etc at:

    http://www.chess-challenge.chess-mat...lish/index.xml

    This exceptional site was developed by Chris Dawson of Newfoundland. You will be able to see the results as they come in, beginning on Sunday May 19, 2019 at 9am B.C. time or noon for central Canada.

    Larry

  • #2
    The Big match for first place will be Quebec vs Ontario in the last round:
    Round 9: Ontario versus Quebec

    Ontario Quebec
    Grade Name Rating Colour Points Points Colour Rating Name Grade
    1 Aarush Ajith 832 Black 0 0 White 921 Arnaud Jutras 1
    2 Isaac Duanmu 1040 White 0 0 Black 1233 Hugo Guillemette 2
    3 Vincent Chen 1076 Black 0 0 White 1309 Luca Georgescu-Nicolau 3
    4 Greta Qu 1595 White 0 0 Black 1679 Alex Jikai Yan 4
    5 Eric Ning 2246 Black 0 0 White 2350 Kevin Zhong 5
    6 Youhe Huang 1856 White 0 0 Black 2224 Richard Q. Zheng 6
    7 Dorian Kang 2255 Black 0 0 White 1508 Storm Lei 7
    8 Jeffrey Renfei Zhao 1954 White 0 0 Black 2332 Tyler Tanaka 8
    9 Nicholas Vettese 2459 Black 0 0 White 2660 Shawn Rodrigue-Lemieux 9
    10 Rohan Shyam Talukdar 2463 White 0 0 Black 2007 Gabriel Philip Tinica 10
    11 William Li 2286 Black 0 0 White 2429 Maili-Jade Ouellet 11
    12 Richard Chen 2553 White 0 0 Black 2299 Ananda Saha 12
    0 0

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    • #3
      I can’t get over the strength of these juniors. Grade 5 masters. Unbelievable.

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      • #4
        The event begins in 2.5 hours. You can follow the action live at the site given in the first post of this thread.

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        • #5
          Congratulations to Team Quebec on the big showdown win. Also congratulations to Team Saskatchewan. Fifth place to a province with almost no players and almost no tournaments is very, very impressive.
          "Knowledge illuminates visible possibilities" - http://wisdomofchopra.com/

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          • #6
            Any playoff results? The web page doesn't show anything.

            http://www.chess-challenge.chess-mat.../tiebreaks.xml

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            • #7
              playoff results

              grade 1
              2. Aarush Ajith ON
              3. Calix Marchand NS


              grade 3
              2. BiaoBiao Boyong Guo BC
              3. Jonathan Wu AB


              grade 5
              1. Kevin Zhong QC
              2.Anand Chandra AB

              grade 6
              1.Richard Zheng QC
              2.Youhe Huang ON

              grade 7
              3. Storm Lei QC
              4.Joshua Imoo BC

              grade 9
              1. Andrew Hemstapat BC
              2. Shawn Rodrigue-Lemieux QC

              grade 10
              2. Gabriel Tinica QC
              3. Daniel Wei SK

              grade 11
              3. Ray Ruiqian SK
              4. Aditya Raninga AB


              grade 12
              1. Richrad Chen ON
              2. Max Gedajlovic BC
              3. Ananda Saha QC
              Last edited by Larry Bevand; Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019, 03:14 PM.

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              • #8
                The B.C. edition of the Globe & Mail had a pic with a caption on the event. The Chinese newspaper in B.C. and the Chinese TV station also covered the event.

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