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ChessMagnetSchool.com is the sponsor of the 2012 Junior Grand Prix (JGP). Official standings for events received and processed by June 6, 2012 are unofficial and subject to change during the year or until year-end tabulation is complete. 2012 JGP prizes were not available as of press time and will be announced at a later date. The method for calculating points has been modified; see uschess.org for the most up-to-date information.


Chess Magnet School provides computer-based online chess training for both adults and children, including those who study independently and those who study under the guidance of a coach or teacher, as well as support for chess coaches and others who teach chess. Chess Magnet School has been a partner with USCF on a number of projects and activities since 2006, and has provided the free program that teaches the rules of chess to newcomers in the “New to Chess” section of USCF’s website. USCF members are invited to learn more about Chess Magnet School at www.Chess- MagnetSchool.com.


2012 CHESSMAGNETSCHOOL.COM JUNIOR GRAND PRIX TOP OVERALL STANDINGS Name


PAPAGEORGIOU, EFTHYMIOS PHILIP HOFFMAN, EVAN ELBIEH, ERIK M


BALACHANDRAN, NITHIK CHANDRA, DHRUV ALVARADO, OSCAR


TANENBAUM, ZACHARY CHEN KAMARA, ABUBAKARR VALDES, ROBERTO L


RODRIGUEZ, OMAR ISAIAH TAYLOR-BRILL, SETH YU, JENNIFER R BUZEK, JAN


GANESH, VIKRAM ULRICH, ANNE E


BALLESTEROS, ADRIAN TIEN, AEDAN


CAO-DAO, VIVIAN PATEL, ADVAIT


ZHANG, BENJAMIN K


State NY


CA-S MA GA TN


CA-S CT DE FL FL


NC VA


WA


CA-N WI


CA-S WA VA


WV WA


Pts. 5950


5076 4570 4550 4388 4282 4224 4200 4150 4124 4003 3829 3824 3819 3802 3769 3616 3601 3595 3592


Name


HUANG, NATALIE BALA, SHASHANK


KROUPA, AARON JOSEPH GAVIN, MIRO


PARK, SEEHYUN (SALLY) HAUGH-EWALD, MAX BECKER, SCOTT


DELGADO, GILBERT


HINTON, JAMES WADE, II GETZ, NATE


MCGREEN, MAYA SINGH, ADITYA CUSHMAN, SEAN SRINIVAS, RAHUL BAUGH, RASHAAN TOBIAS, SANDRA


AZVOLINSKY, ARTHUR MORRIS, BROCK TRUMAN EASTON, JACK RICHARD CLARE, ZACHARY A


State CA-N


IL


WI PA TN IL


VA


CA-S MS WA NY


WA NY


CA-N NY IL


PA


MN KS DC


Pts. 3555


3500 3500 3500 3490 3488 3483 3434 3408 3342 3339 3338 3306 3299 3298 3296 3295 3290 3257 3246


U.S. OPEN SIDE EVENTS May register on-line except for the Bughouse which is on-site only. 4 – 5 August:


U.S. Open Weekend Swiss. GPP: 6. 5-SS, G/60. $$1,000 guaranteed prizes. $200-100- 50, U2200/Unr $160, U1800 $140, U1600 $120, U1400 $100, U1200 $80, Unr $50. Entry fee $40, Unr free if paying USCF dues. On- Site Registration 8:30-9:30 am 8/4, Rds: Sat 10-1-3:30, Sun 10-1.


5 August:


U.S. Open Bughouse. G/5. Entry fee $20 per team. 80% of entry fees in cash prizes. Regis- tration ends at 6:30 pm, first round begins at 7:00 pm.


6, 7, 8, 9, 10 August:


U.S. Open Quads. G/30. Entry fee $20. Reg- istration 9 am-11:30 am, Rds. 12-1:30-2:30. $50 to first in each quad.


uschess.org 8 August:


U.S. Open G/15 Championship. 5-SS, G/15. Quick rated, higher of regular or quick rating. Entry fee $40. Registration 9 am-11:30 am. Rds: noon, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00. 80% of entries as returned as cash prizes. First 30%, second 15%, U2100 12%, U1800 10%, U1500/Unr 8%, U1200 5%.


11 August:


U.S. Open Blitz Championship. WCL GPP: 15. 7-SS (double round, 14 games), 1 section, G/5. Quick rated, higher of regular or quick rat- ing. Entry fee $40, free to Unrated if paying USCF dues. Registration 9 am-11:30 am, first round begins at noon. $2000 guaranteed prizes! $$400-200-150, Expert $200-100, U2000 $200-100, U1800 $180-90, U1600/Unr $140- 70, U1400 $100, U1200 $70.


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