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Martin Laine Memorial FINAL STANDINGS
Honoring 2008 Wachusett Chess Club champion and longtime "Chess Chat" co-host Martin Laine (1950-2014)

Tournament Details Revised: 5/19/2022 9:32:24 PM
General Information
Event Organizer: The Wachusett Chess Club  Visit Organizer Website
Event Location: Fitchburg State University, McKay Complex, Rooms 142 and 143, 67 Rindge Road, Fitchburg, MA 01420   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Time Control: G/90, d5
Rounds Time: Round 5 (FINAL) was played Wednesday, May 18, at Fitchburg State University
Prize Info: Chess book prizes to 1st-2nd-3rd, top U1800, top U1600, top U1400, top U1200
Inquiry: miriling2@aol.com    978-345-5011
Event Webpage: www.wachusettchess.org
Registration Information
Entry Fee: $20 annual club dues - covers entry fees for all tournaments at Wachusett Chess Club
Registration - Onsite: 6:00 to 6:45 p.m.
Membership Requirement: Wachusett Chess Club + US Chess (aka USCF)
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: 5-round Open Section Swiss - 40 players Tournament ended on Wednesday evening, May 18, 2022
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • 5.0 - Ray Paulson
  • 4.0 - Anand Nair, Stephen Murray
  • 3.5 - George Mirijanian, Larry Gladding, George Jordy
  • 3.0 - Jim Donahue, Gary Brassard, Michael David, Shawn Xu, Larry O'Rourke, Krishna Narayanan
  • 2.5 - Mike Commisso, Ken Gurge, Dave Couture, Mike Urbonas, Don Ostrowski, Todd Tsakiris, Brian Biglow
  • 2.0 - Rob King, Paul Godin, Tom Fratturelli, Mike Bergeron, Mark Wheeler, Keith Hamer, Rene Minalga-Rheault, Hugh McLaughlin, Emily Gawboy
  • 1.5 - Bob Mathieu, Frank Cao
  • 1.0 - Ella Zhang, Jim Essary, Emma Zhang, Huaigu Cao, Anish Saravanan, Raphael Bucchino, Lavanya Prasad
  • 0.0 - Tim Ryan, Laura Xu, Michael Cote

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