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2015 US CHESS JUNIOR GRAND PRIX FINAL OVERALL STANDINGS


The top prize for 2015 will be a Chess.comone-year Diamond membership valued at $100, a Chess.comgear/merchandise package valued at $100, a US Chess plaque, free entry into the 2016 U.S. Open, and $1,000 of expense money from US Chess to offset the trip. For the top five players on the overall list and to each state winner, Chess.comwill also award a choice of a one-year ChessKid.comgold membership (valued at $50/annually) or a one-year Chess.com Gold membership (valued at $40/annually). US Chess gratefully acknowl edges the participation of Chess.com!


Name


SILVER, JACK GUO, ARTHUR NAIR, SIDDHANT SINGHAL, SANAT


CHINNAMBETI, ABHINAV SAI State Winners


WU, ROCHELLE SHE, CHENGYUE KRUNZ, EYAD


KONDAKOV, ADRIAN State Pts.


NJ 10941 GA 9924 VA 8434 CA-N 7871 NJ


State AL


CA-N


KOPELIOVICH, JONATHAN CA-S HEMMAT, ALEXANDER LOMELI, CHRISTOPHER PAN, ZACHARY STIER IRVING, NICHOLAS


CO


ORTEGA, VALENTINA LARA FL DEVALAPALLI, PRANAV KIM, GYUYUN


TAKAHASHI, MICHAEL JOHN IA RIPLEY, RYAN DANIEL RAO, PATRICK


ID IL


3635


AR 5094 AZ


6106 7226 5542 5159


CT 4075 DC 3646 DE 2034 6778


GA 6523 HI


3118 5791 2322 6284


State Winners XU, GRACE D


JOSEPH, RITA MARY COLE, CHRISTOPHER J TROSCLAIR, ROCCO


7849 Pts.


State IN


KS KY


MD MI


Pts. 4612 5303 2789


LA 4309


ISAKOV, MICHAEL GREGORY MA 4805 BHATIA, ROHAN


6164


HENDRIX, WYATT MICHAEL ME 2849 NARAYANAN, AKASH L WEBER, SHANE MATHIAS YE, LUKE SICONG JOHNSON, JORDAN


MCGLENN, SIMON BLAISE


1908 700


ND 5692


MN 3940 MO 5343 MS MT


VENKATARAJA, TRIYAKSHARI NC 3795 WOLF, STUART LE, HARRY


ROGERS, NOAH KUMAR, ARAVIND


ROMERO, JONAH ANTHONY 1886


NE 4043 NH NJ


3134 6530


NM 3583


BATTSETSEG, BAYASGALAN NV 2450 ESTAVILLO, JESSTIN DEDONA, MARK


NV 2450 NY 7025


State Winners


WANG, JASON YUYANG PATEL, ADVAIT


DALTHORP, MARK TRIFALE, SHARVIL LIN, ETHAN


DIAS, NEHA ALISHA JORENBY, JOSIAH ISRAEL


State OH


Pts. 7017


OK 4789 OR 2774 PA RI


SC SD


DAVILA BLANCO, JUAN JOSE TERR GOUGH, TURNER CHRISTIAN LI, RUIFENG


ROACH, AUSTIN


VONTERU, VARUN REDDY MONTFORT, JOHN A TIEN, SOPHIE


LIANG, AWONDER


MALE, PRESTON JOSEPH MC LNERNEY, BRYAN C


6710 2227 4243 1290 4325


TN 5478 TX


7027


UT 3584 VA 7698 VT


1398


WA 6425 WI


5116


WV 2100 WY 1418


S N T S C C O K K D L


G G K P B J


T P


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2016 Open Correspondence Chess Golden Knights Championship $800 FIRST PRIZE


(PLUS TITLE OF US CHESS GOLDEN KNIGHTS CHAMPION AND PLAQUE) 2ND PLACE $500 • 3RD $300 • 4TH THRU 10TH PLACE $100 EACH • ENTRY FEE: $25


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$800 FIRST PRIZE (PLUS TITLE OF US CHESS ELECTRONIC KNIGHTS CHAMPION AND PLAQUE) 2ND PLACE $500 • 3RD $300 • 4TH THRU 10TH PLACE $100 EACH • ENTRY FEE: $25


These US Chess Correspondence Chess events are rated and open to all US Chess members with e-mail access. Your US Chess membership must remain current for the duration of the event, and entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars. Maximum number of tournament entries allowed for the year for each player is ten. Note: Prize fund based on 200 entries and may be decreased proportionately per number of entries assigned.


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Correspondence Chess Matches (two players) TWO OR SIX-GAME OPTIONS. ENTRY FEE: $5.


WIN A CORRESPONDENCE CHESS TROPHY Four-player, double round-robin with class-level pairings.


1st-place winner re ceives a trophy. ENTRY FEE: $10.


VICTOR PALCIAUSKAS PRIZE TOURNAMENTS Seven-player class-level pairings, one game with each


of six opponents. 1st-place winner receives $130 cash prize and a certificate signed by Victor Palciauskas. ENTRY FEE: $25.


JOHN W. COLLINS MEMORIAL CLASS TOURNAMENTS Four-player, double round-robin with class-level


pairings (unrateds welcome). 1st-place winner receives a John W. Collins certificate. ENTRY FEE: $7.


Email Rated Events (need email access)


LIGHTNING MATCH Two players with two or six-game option. ENTRY FEE: $5.


SWIFT QUADS Four-player, double round-robin format.


1st-place prize US Chess CC entry credit of $30. ENTRY FEE: $10.


WALTER MUIR E-QUADS (WEBSERVER CHESS) Four-player, double round-robin webserver format tournament


with class-level pairings. 1st-place receives a certificate. ENTRY FEE: $7.


( Please check event(s) selected.


NOTE: Except for Lightning Matches, Swift Quads, Walter Muir E-Quads & Electronic Knights, players will use post office mail, unless opponents agree to use e-mail.


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