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Wayne L. Steadman Memorial (Top scorers & prize winners)
Honoring Wayne Steadman of Lunenburg, Mass., Wachusett CC member for more than 35 years (1943-2018)

Tournament Details Revised: 6/25/2022 6:02:05 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: Sunday, June 26, 2022
Time Control: G/90, d5
Rounds Time: Tournament ended at 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22
Prize Info: PREMIER: chess books to 1st-8th, UNDER 1600: chess books to 1st-11th
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: 6:30 to 6:45 p.m. Call 603-533-9992 before 7 p.m. if you will arrive late.
Membership Requirement: Wachusett Chess Club + US Chess (aka USCF)
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: 2 sections: Premier (1600 & above), U1600 Premier section:19 players. U1600: 24 players
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • 4.5 - Anand Nair - 1st place
  • 4.0 - Raymond Paulson - 2nd place
  • 3.5 - Todd Tsakiris - 3rd place
  • 3.0 - Mike Urbonas, Dave Couture - 4th-5th place
  • 2.5 - Jim Donahue, George Jordy, Don Ostrowski - 6th-8th place
  • 4.0 - Krishna Narayanan, Frank Cao, Rene Minalga-Rheault - 1st-3rd place
  • 3.0 - Walter Paton, Tom Fratturelli, Mike Bergeron, Keith Hamer, Lavanya Prasad, Emma Zhang, Jim Essary, Xinan Li - 4th-11th place
  • Total umber of prize winners = 19. Total number of players in tournament = 41

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