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TN Masters Results

Postby Ryan Pronk on Sun Mar 04, 2007 2:32 pm

Congratulations to Alex for winning another (7 in a row, I believe) Tennessee State tournament. He was leading the entire tournament - I don't think anyone was close enough to catch him at any time. I'm just waiting for my shuttle to come pick me up, so I thought I would post the Masters results. I don't have the honor points for the players past 12th place, so those players could change positions. I know Patrick Parker won the majors, but I'm not sure who won the minors.

Masters:
1. Alex Moiseyev - 26 points
2. Ryan Pronk - 19 points 129 HP
3. John Estes 19 points -126 HP - New TN State Champ
4. Dr. John Webster 18 points - 131 HP
5. Arwood Smith 18 points 126 HP
6. Tim Laverty 18 points 125 HP
7. Clayton Nash 18 points 119 HP
8. Larry Pollard 18 points 111 HP
9. Anthony Bishop 17 points 127 HP
10. Gene Lindsay 17 points 124 HP
11. Dr. Richard Beckwith 17 points 117 HP
12. Larry Keen 16 points 117 HP
Lamar McBrayer 16 points
Frank Davis 15 points
Alan Millhone 15 points
Don West 15 points
Herbert Reed 15 points
Dr. Robert Shuffett 13 points
Lynn Steelman 13 points
Wayne Jackson 13 points
Wade Holder 13 points
Howard Gain 12 points
Albert Tucker 12 points - withdrew

Patrick Parker will post the full results soon.

More later,

Ryan
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Re: TN Masters Results

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sun Mar 04, 2007 9:46 pm

Ryan Pronk wrote:7 in a row ...
3. John Estes 19 points -126 HP - New TN State Champ


I think I won only 5 or 6 TN Open. John Ester is tuff ! Iwas really impressed his play. Here are two games which I played with him.

[Event "TN Open"]
[Date "March 3, 2007"]
[Black "A. Moiseyev"]
[White "J. Estes"]
[Result "2-0"]

1. 9-13 23-19 2. 10-14 27-23 3. 11-16 22-17 4. 13x22 25x9 5. 5x14 24-20 6. 6-10 20x11 7. 8x24 28x19 8. 7-11 29-25 9. 11-15 19-16 10. 12x19 23x16 11. 2-7 25-22 12. 15-19 31-27 13. 4-8 16-12 14. 8-11 22-17 (A) 15. 10-15 17x10 16. 7x14 26-22 17. 11-16 22-17 18. 14-18 30-25 19. 16-20 17-13 20. 19-24 27-23 21. 18x27 32x23 22. 24-27 25-22 23. 27-31 23-18 24. 15-19 18-15 25. 31-27 15-10 26. 27-23 13-9 27. 23-26 22-17 28. 26-22 17-13 29. 22-18 9-6 30. 20-24 6-2 31. 24-27 2-6 32. 27-31 6-9 33. 31-26 9-14 34. 18x9 13x6 35. 26-22 6-2 36. 19-23 2-6 37. 23-26 6-9 38. 26-31 9-13 39. 31-26 21-17 40. 26-23 17-14 41. 23-18 13-9 42. 18-15 Red Wins

A. Only this move really loses the game. 26-23 instead Dr.

[Event "TN Open 2007"]
[Date "March 3, 2007"]
[Black "J. Estes"]
[White "A. Moiseyev"]
[Result "1-1"]

1. 9-13 23-19 2. 10-14 27-23 3. 11-16 19-15 4. 16-20 24-19 5. 14-17 21x14 6. 6-10 15x6 7. 2x27 32x23 8. 8-11 22-18 9. 5-9 25-22 10. 4-8 22-17 11. 13x22 26x17 12. 9-13 17-14 13. 13-17 19-15 14. 11-16 14-9 15. 17-21 29-25 16. 16-19 23x16 17. 12x19 9-6 18. 1x10 15x6 19. 19-23 6-2 20. 7-11 18-14 21. 23-27 31x24 22. 20x27 14-9 23. 11-16 2-6 24. 16-19 6-10 25. 19-23 25-22 26. 27-31 9-6 27. 8-11 6-2 28. 23-27 2-6 29. 11-16 Draw (A)

A. Did I miss something here ? He didn't play it well in the beginning, but unfortunately at some point in the middle of game my luck was expired :roll: and he stopped doing mistakes.

Respectfully,

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Unoifficial 2007 TN Open Results

Postby JR Smith on Mon Mar 05, 2007 3:09 pm

Unofficial 2007 Tennessee Open March, 2 nd
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2007 TN 3-Move Open

Postby JR Smith on Wed Mar 07, 2007 2:56 pm

If you are interested... unofficial results & photos of ty


http://www.nccheckers.org/NCCA/2007%20news.htm
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Games

Postby Michael Holmes on Sat Mar 24, 2007 3:23 am

Moiseyev, thanks for posting your games with John.

John Estes, Anthony Bishop, Tom Stegall and myself use to play on a regular basis. Mr. Bishop did not attend as much but the rest of us played 2 times a week. We played in a barn and in the winter time we would build a fire in an old stove and take turns sitting by it to keep warm while playing checkers.
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Another possibility

Postby Michael Holmes on Sat Mar 24, 2007 4:19 am

Doesn't look like anything was overlooked. Another possibility is:

1. 9-13 23-19 2. 10-14 27-23 3. 11-16 19-15 4. 16-20 24-19 5. 14-17 21x14 6. 6-10 15x6 7. 2x27 32x23 8. 8-11 22-18 9. 5-9 25-22 10. 4-8 22-17 11. 13x22 26x17 12. 9-13 30-26{A} 13. 13x22 26x17 14. 7-10 31-27 15. 11-16 29-25 16. 8-11 25-21 17. 1-6 28-24 18. 11-15 18x11 19. 6-9 11-7 20. 9-13 7-2 21. 13x22 21-17 22. 22-26 2-6 23. 10-15 19x10 24. 26-30 23-18 25. 30-26 18-14 26. 26-22 17-13 27. 3-8 10-7 28. 8-11 7-2 29. 11-15 2-7 30. 15-18 7-10 31. 22-26 14-9 32. 26-23 24-19 33. 23x32 19-15 dr

A. appears to be stronger than 17-14 as played in the Estes vs. Moiseyev game but apparently it is still drawable.
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