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Carrying The Fox

Posted by Matthew Anderson on February 20, 2010 at 11:45 PM

Game Of The Week


This week’s game comes from one of the three undefeated players in the team tournament, Renae Delaware.

 

Carrying The Fox

http://www.chessvideos.tv/chess-game-replayer.php?id=91410


[Event "CSCC Team"]

[Site "http://cschess.webs.com/"]

[Date "2004.08.17"]

[Round "?"]

[White "Frenzel, Gary"]

[Black "Delaware, Renae"]

[Result "0-1"]

[ECO "A48"]

[WhiteElo "979"]

[BlackElo "1373"]

[PlyCount "47"]

[EventDate "2004.08.17"]

[WhiteTeam "Jeff Fox - Renae Delaware MMMCCCXI"]

[BlackTeam "Bill Whinemiller - Gary Frenzel MMMXV"]

[WhiteTeamCountry "USA"]

[BlackTeamCountry "USA"]

 

1. d4 g6 2. Nf3 Bg7 3. e3 Nf6 4. c4 d6 5. Be2 O-O 6. O-O b6 7. b3 Bb7 8. Nbd2

Nbd7 9. Bb2 Ne4 10. Rc1 e5 11. d5 f5 12. Re1 Nec5 13. Nf1 Nf6 14. h3 Nfe4 15.

Bd3 Bc8 16. Bb1 Ng5 17. Nxg5 Qxg5 18. Ng3 f4 19. exf4 Qxf4 20. Rf1 Bf6 21. Qf3

Qxf3 22. gxf3 Bxh3 23. Rfe1 Bh4 24. Re3 0-1

 

This Week In Chess


Monday August 23, 2004


On 8/17, the CSCC had 27 members in attendance. In the USCF-rated (G90) games, Paul Anderson got the victory over Gerry Sunderland and Andrew Chow defeated Tom Mullikin.


The rest of the group was split into teams of two for a four round Swiss tournament (G15). The teams could not have a combined rating higher than 3400. In each round, the higher rated player from each team was paired together while the lower rated player from each team was paired together. So, the team had a chance to score two points each round. Here are the final scores:

 

Team

Result


Bill Whinemiller/Gary Frenzel

6.0

Jason Caldwell/Robbie Caldwell

6.0

Jeff Fox/Renae Delaware

5.0

Nate Maher/Brian Wall

5.0

Antony Kolenc/Tom Suh

4.0

Devin Smith/Chris McCarty

4.0

George Raikas/Dennis Lueninghoener

4.0

Roy Roberts/Chris Wykoop*

4.0

Nathaniel Ola/Barry Wilson+

3.0

Scott Hontz/Tikila Nichols

0.0


Substitutions

* Tom Mullikin

+ Jason Feith


Question & Answer


Harrumph, but only mildly! It would not possibly do any harm to note in upcoming events that the Colorado Open is Sep 4-6, in Denver, details as noted on http/www.colorado-chess.com/? I hope that this is added in the next two editions of CS News, thanks! -Andy Rea, not unsubscribing!

 

Andy, I can do better than that. I’ll put your news in its own article and place it near the top.


Colorado Chess Informant

By Tim Brennan


The deadline for the October 2004 issue of the Colorado Chess Informant, the official magazine of the Colorado State Chess Association, is September 1. Contributions such as games, stories, articles, pictures, drawings, jokes, photos, tournament results and club news from anywhere in Colorado are very welcome! Contact Tim Brennan at [email protected]

 

Misc


Upcoming Events

8/24 Thematic tournament, CSCC

8/28 CO Open Warm-Up, DCC

8/30 Kids’ Chess Club, Borders

8/31 Ladder games, CSCC

9/4 Scholastics start, CSCA

9/7 Speed Tournament, CSCC

9/8 Barnes & Noble Chess, Citadel (6pm)

 

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