Sunday, December 11, 2011

Caiello brothers win Bughouse II!!

Six teams battled in a double round-robin of Bughouse. The team of Ben & Dan Caiello took clear first with 8 points ahead of Keith Eubanks & James MacDougall who scored 7 points. Eubanks-MacDougall held a 1 point lead going into the final match but couldn't hold off Ben & Dan who scored 2-0 to win the match and tournament.

Next week, Dec 15, is a Chess 960/Fischer Random tournament. This tournament is open to everyone! No entry fee! No membership required! Open Section, Four round Swiss (Quick Rating will be used for pairing purposes). Game 20/3sec delay. Registration will end at 7:50. One bye available, must commit before round 3. Rounds 8:00, 8:50, 9:40 & 10:30. Check HERE for more information on this variant.

Monday, Dec 12, players will be meeting at the St Andrews Regional library from 6:00-8:30. This is open to everyone for casual play. Here's a chance to get some practice in before the 960 tournament.

The final Award Standings have been posted. If you believe there is an error in the standings contact Ralph . Awards will be given out on Casual Night, Dec 22.

The QCCA is sending a team to battle with Cola Chess on Dec 17. We plan to broadcast a couple boards and there will be twitter updates throughout the match. Here are the lineups:


QCCA Team:

Board 1 - Gary Newsom (2013)

Board 2 - Tarokh Taefi (1872)

Board 3 - Mike Eberhardinger (1733)

Board 4 - Alexander Tong (1572)

Board 5 - Windy Gatlin (1561)

Board 6 - Suraj Madiraju (1520)

Board 7 - Suhas Madiraju (1500)

Board 8 - Copeland Blackwell(1419)

Board 9 - Nathan Tong (1392)

Board 10 - David Blackwelder (1296)

Board 11 - Ishaan Maitra (1255)


Columbia Team:

Board 1 - Kyle Oody (1915)

Board 2 - Ben Caiello (1839)

Board 3 - Adam Shaw (1817)

Board 4 - George Morton (1627)

Board 5 - Lendel Robinson (1617)

Board 6 - Dan Caiello (1536)

Board 7 - Daniel Smith (1527)

Board 8 - Mike Boone (1388)

Board 9 - Darell Hunt (1307)

Board 10 - Richard Watts (1285)

Board 11 - Paul Lowry (1148)

2 comments:

  1. Good luck to all...

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  2. Good luck Columbia! Looks like a pretty strong team.

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