Pairings for Round 1: MLCC is BACK

Here are the results of the first tournament from our new home!!

New Members:  Caleb Bunhu, Passion Tapfuma, Edward Kanterman

 

Bd # Res White # Res Black
1 1 0 Stanislav Busygin (2315) 2 1 Joseph Mucerino (2085)
2 12 1 Edward Kanterman (1036) 15 0 Bunhu Caleb (unr.)
3 3 1 Omelan Markiw (1670) 4 0 Richard Snyder (1604)
4 13 1 Danylo Markiw (1006) 11 0 Harvey Bass (1142)
5 6 0 Stephen Mattox (1520) 7 1 Lyndon McNall (1381)
6 16 0 Sean Gould (unr.) 14 1 Thomas Nordeman (940)
7 9 1 Howard Serota (1298) 10 0 Gary Fick (1226)
8 17 0 Passion Tapfuma (unr.) 8 1 Paul Petrillo (1314)
5 ½ Kyle Fisher (1599) BYE

Lecture on 2/9/21

Topic: Computer Moves

Explanation: The term “Computer Move” was introduced during recent years by streamers and fans who use chess engines to follow high-level chess on the Internet.  After the computer shows them the best move in a given position, commentators start guessing whether the human player will play it.  If this appears unlikely, the move is referred to as “Computer Move”.  Examples from grandmaster games will be discussed.

Upcoming Lectures

MLCC is continuing the online lecture series.

On Tuesday 12/1/2020 Vinko will present: Odd places, odd players, odd games

Please join Skype at 7:15, to allow us to settle down and get tech issues out of the way. The lecture starts at 7:30.
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The link to the session is:   https://join.skype.com/oIegEW7rWTNa

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