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Pairings for 10/17/2014

by on October 13, 2014

Bd 1     4 Edward Kopiecki (2044, 2-0) vs. 3 Payam Parhami (2096, 2-0)
Bd 2     1 IM Jay Bonin (2436, 1.5-0.5) vs. 5 Brian Lawson (2041, 2-0)
Bd 3     13 Antonio Lorenzo (1879, 1.5-0.5) vs. 6 William Arluck (2035, 1.5-0.5)
Bd 4     7 Edward Frumkin (2018, 1.5-0.5) vs. 14 Mulazim Muwwakkil (1868, 1.5-0.5)
Bd 5    8 Joseph Felber (2009, 1.5-0.5) vs. 17 Jay Kleinman (1816, 1.5-0.5)
Bd 6    2 Robert Guevara (2156, 1-1) vs. 16 Kenneth Sasmor (1821, 1.5-0.5)
Bd 7    9 WIM Dorothy Teasley (2002. 1-1) vs. 20 Clayton Glad (1713, 1-1)
Bd 8    23 Guy Rawlins (1646, 1-1) vs. 10 Richard Murphy (1970, 1-1)
Bd 9    11 Edgar Cimafranca (1969, 1-1) vs. 22 Frank Drazil (1657, 1-1)
Bd 10  28 Philip Mathew (1313, 1-1) vs. 12 Christos Pamboukes (1912, 1-1)
Bd 11  30 David Chan (963/3, 1-1) vs. 15 John Hardin (1866, 0.5-1.5)
Bd 12  26 Alexander Roti (1435, 0.5-1.5) vs. 18 Ira Cohen (1799, 0.5-1.5)
Bd 13  19 Kenneth Cruz (1736, 0.5-1.5) vs. 27 Yvette Fannell (1354, 0.5-1.5)
Bd 14  25 Matthew Franklyn (1438, 0-2) vs. 21 Paul Denig (1704, 0-2)
Bd 15  24 James Sirotnik (1558, 0-2) vs. 29 Marcus Francis (1226, 0-2)

A new player entering with two 1/2 pt byes could conceivably change the pairings from Board 5 down.

Rd 4 bye: 20 Clayton Glad
Rd 5 bye: 17 Jay Kleinman
Rd 6 bye: 9 WIM Dorothy Teasley

Three 1/2 pt byes are permitted, but must be locked in before the start of Rd 4 on 10/24
Rd 6 is on 11/7, Rd 7 on 11/21 (NO ROUND ON 11/14 !!)

As we now have 30 paid entrants, the prizes are raised 25% from those listed in Chess Life, so they are now $375-$225-$150 to the top 3, $135 to top U2100, $112.50 to top U1800. $90 to top U1500 and $37.50 to top upset.  Philip Mathew is the new leader for the upset prize at +391.

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