Sunday, June 30, 2013

B Caiello & Lewer Perfect in LGP3!!

Seventeen players battled in the third round of the Lowry Grand Prix as the series reached the halfway point.

Ben Caiello (2031) rolled through the Open Section taking clear first with perfect 3-0 score claiming the maximum 15 points for the round and making a big move towards the top of the standings going from 15th to 3rd.. Ian Morton (1943) took clear second with 2 points as Randy Mosteller (1850) & Steve Boshears (1712) tied for third at 1.5.

The Amateur Section (U1505) & the LGP Series continued to be dominated by Josh Lewer (1487) as he took clear first, scored the maximum 15 points for the second straight round and ran his winning streak in the LGP to a perfect 9-0! Josh's commanding lead in the standings will be tested since he should bump up to the Open Section in Round 4. David Boyd (1456) & Mike Mayfield (1375) tied for second with 2.5.

The final crosstable is HERE. Thank you to everyone who attended!

Round 4 of the Lowry Grand Prix Series is Aug 24 in Evans, GA.  The current standings are HERE.

There will be NO Club Meeting this week, Thursday, July 4. Casual play will be available on Monday, July 1 at the Library.

Ashland Quick XXXVIII will be Thursday, July 11.

Chess Camp at Crooked Creek Recreational Complex! Two groups, Beginner Group Aug 5-8 & Intermediate Group Aug 12-15. Full details are HERE.

The Columbia Open is only SIX weeks away!

Upcoming Tournaments:

Aug 3 & 4 - Charlotte City Championship - Charlotte, NC
Aug 5-8 - Chess Camp - Crooked Creek Park, Chapin, SC
Aug 12-15 - Chess Camp - Crooked Creek Park, Chapin, SC
Aug 16-18 - The Columbia Open, Columbia, SC
Aug 24 - Lowry Grand Prix #4 - Evans, GA
Sept 14 - Queen City Senior Quads, Charlotte, NC

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