GM. Artur Jussupow analyzing with
Our Event Calendar
( a work in progress)
Click here for Results
of our tournaments.
July 28. Catfish Days was a one
day event this year. Still 19 players braved the corn fields
and heat. Nathan Hoover took first. Results.
St. Olaf held their chess camp again this year
and along with it a one day tournament. Jesse Kraai was
undefeated and finished ahead of 75 campers and friends. Results.
The Castle Chess club held a Classic tournament. With a
new format that based class prizes on the size of the
class. I like this. Alex Richter took clear first at
4.5/5. Dane Mattson and Kevin Wasiluk tied for
The next two big tournaments are Twin Ports August
15-16th and Region VI on Labor Day weekend. The
Skelton is being planned for a later month. Details are in
section and Online
July 23. Andrew Tang
continued his winning ways. He tied for first at
the Pan American Junior Under 20 Championships. Taking
second on tie break. You can see him in person at the
Twin Ports Open in August along with two GMs.
(6/29/2015) UPDATED WITH BIG NEWS
case you missed it, we now have a calendar. Click the link
above or on the schedule page.
July 25-26th A new format 5Rd. Classic tournament.GM.
Flores to play.
2. Andrew Tang won the State Blitz
3. The Monday Quads and Saturday Exerciser Quads
are drawing well. Be on time ( or early ) and join
in the fun.
4. It looks like the Class Championships will be
held in mid November rather than the usual Thanksgiving
weekend. Wisconsin is holding their Martz Memorial on
Thanksgiving weekend in Eau Claire this year. The Martz
used to draw 100 players but has moved around in the
recent past and now draws 30-40. The move might be a good
thing for the Class.
Bryan Smith ,GM. Mauricio Flores, IM.
John Bartholomew and IM. Andrew Tang are playing in the
Twin Ports Open. Time is running out to get a room as
Duluth in August is very popular. You can now register
online. GM Smith will give a lecture on Friday Night. New
6. At the World Open Andrew Tang drew
three GMs but still finished out of the money.Andrew
Tang scored a victory against the legendary GM Artur Jussupow
who is considered the third highest player after Kasparov and
Karpov in the 90s. Above is a picture of his post game
analysis with Andrew. This is the most memorable game to
Jackson Wahl played in the U2200 and took home
$370. Natassja Matus played up in the U2000 scoring 5/9
adding 1900+ rated players to the club. Check out all the
Minnesota players here.
7. Dennis McGrath sent the following tidbits:
Perfection at the
Thursday Knighter: The big guns were perfect in the
opening round of the July Thursday Knighter (on July
2). In all 14 games, the higher rated player
won. Not so much as a draw by the bottom
feeders. With 5 rounds in the Thursday Knighter this
month, you can jump in for the second round (on July 9)
and still get in 4 rounds. Plus, with your half-point bye
for the first round, you’ll already be ahead of half the
Wesley So continues to prove that he belongs
in the world’s top 10. With a final round victory
Sunday (July 5) over former World Champion Vladimir
Kramnik, Wesley finished in second place at the Dortmund
Sparkassen Chess Meeting in Germany. ( There is an English
translation) ( CHESSBASE)
The tournament included a second-round victory by
Wesley over GM Fabiano Caruana, who’s ranked No. 5 in the
world. Wesley currently is ranked No. 8 on the FIDE monthly list,
but after the Dortmund result he moves up a notch to No. 7
in the live ratings. Of course he has a Facebook
page. His comment on GM. travel: "Want to know what the life of a
chess professional is like? In a recent Facebook
post, Wesley So, the Minnetonka grandmaster, gives a
glimpse into what a world top-10 player goes
through: “Finally home from 22 games in 42 days [in
Europe]. This long period of travel and work was fun
but completely exhausting. Won the Czech Trophy and
placed second in the Dortmund Sparkassen. Played for
team Clichy in France and we came in second. Planes,
trains, busses, taxis, cars and too many hotel
rooms. Connected with old friends and made new ones.
I thank God who sustained me through both the good
and bad days.” He is scheduled to
do a lecture and simul at the St.
Olaf Chess camp according to his calendar.
8. Sean and Yana are pleased to announce the
arrival of a future GM. See above.
9.MN Blizzard joins US
We are proud to announce the Minnesota
Blizzard joining the US Chess League! The team will be
managed by Patrick Tang with assistance from Eric Bell.
Our team is lead by GM Wesley So (currently #2 in US,
#7 in the world and 2014 USCL's MVP), GM Mauricio Flores
(board 2 of the Chilean Olympiad team) joined by IM John
Bartholomew, IM Sean Nagle, IM Andrew Tang and FM Kevin
Wasiluk. It also consists of rapidly rising top junior
players in the nation: IM Andrew Tang (#1 in age 15 and MN
K-12 Champion), NM Andrew Titus (#16 in age 13 and the
youngest master in MN) and Samrug Narayanan (#7 in age 10,
MN K-9 Champion and the youngest expert in MN).
More information about the league can be found at
http://uschessleague.com/ Back to list.
It is time to
think about our monthly tournaments. Both the
Wednesday and Thursday Knighters will be starting
soon. They are both 5 round tournaments.
John Bartholomew is taking a break in producing his
videos. He has a vacation and an important norm
invitational tournament coming up in July. When he
returns he will make some changes and is looking for
comments and suggestions. Check for details here
will be a one day tournament in Northfield in
conjunction with the Chess Camp on July 25th. The
OleChess Summer Open. There is also the camp.
Details for the Jackson U2000 tournament are online.
The details for the Catfish Tournament are
It is a one day tournament this year..
2. The Second Gopher Open was a decent success.
GM. Flores took first. Our own mean girl: Gloria
Friedman, won the under 1800. Jackson Wahl won a tough
Sunday event. GM Muaricio Flores book is great.
Chess Structures is the title.
3. Time to get a room reservation for Twin Ports.
chess punks are heading south to Chicago to play in US
Junior Open from 6/12 to 6/14.
additional to individual prizes they also represent Chess
Castle of Minnesota and will try
win the top club team prize. This is a rare opportunity
for the chess punks to earn glory
their senior friends. The players are: U21: Andrew Tang, Jackson Wahl,
Andrew Titus, Maor Lacker-Locker, David Floeder
and Nastassja Matus
Team: Chess Castle of
U15: Aaron Thomson, Josh
French, Serena French and Joshua Titus
Team: The Chess At Play Club
Chess Castle of
Minnesota won the top club team award in U21!
Andrew Tang won second place. Maor Locker won 14th place.
Andrew Titus won top U15 prize.
5. The Minnesota
Blitz Championship will be held at the
Roseville Oval on June 28th. Andrew Tang will play.
There is an
article and the results.
6. There will be an Exerciser Quad on
Saturday June 27th. Details on the Schedule
page. Back to
A seven round
Think event on May 23rd-24th for those not going
Gopher Open is coming up in a few weeks.
May 30-31st. Rounds: Saturday 9, 2, 7 Sunday 10:30 and 3:30 This looks to
be a great tournament with advance entries that
include our GM. Flores.
2. I suggest you book rooms for Twin
Ports and Catfish after checking
the cancellation policy so as not to be sleeping in
3. The start of another month means the monthly
tournaments are starting. Check the schedule page for
Rochester Chess Club has picked the date
for their new schedule of big tournaments. October
2-3rd. Should be the same format. I will post the
details when I get them
5. Sean Nagle had to share first place
with Kevin Wasiluk in the Second Grand Prix. Both
scored 4/5. The format did not draw well enough and
there will be some changes made. Thanks to those two
and OK Iwu for playing.
6. GM. Flores has written a book on pawn
structures that has received great reviews. Chess
Structures is the title.
John Bartholomew gives a YouTube review of
the book on his channel.
7. MSCA has posted their tournament schedule
for the coming year. The big change is the TCCL will
be at a new location. The tournament
details and the site: Fantasy
Flight Game Center.
Magnus Carlson talks about how he decides
on a move.
9. GM. Flores easily won the Wednesday Knighter
with a perfect score. Nathan Hoover did likewise in
the Thursday Knighter.
you are looking for a chess camp for
the Summer you will find a great one at the
Castle. This will be the third year we have
held one. The teachers are Masters:Michael
Yang and Kevin Bu. They have gotten
great reviews. You can find the details
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the left is Andrew Tang the State Scholastic Champ. He won
playoff with a score of 5.5/6. We wish him
well at the Denker.
2.THE SECOND GRAND PRIX
WILL BE HELD ON MAY 2nd AND 3rd AT THE CASTLE.
You can enter online.
Round one starts at 9:30.
The State champ, Sean Nagle and Kevin Wasiluk and OK Iwu
3.An article from
Dennis McGrath about Wesley So. Here.
4.Ganbataar Saikhanzaya ( AKA
Sia) has decided to play in the Women's national
tournament and is finalizing details.
5. Wesley So is playing in
Vugar Gashimov Memorial, being held in
Shamkir, Azerbaijan. He is off to a good start and you can
find the details on the Chessbase
Star Tribune has another article on Wesley So.
Twin Ports information is here. Mark your
calendar for August 14th-16th. You can make a hotel
reservation and not be charged until you check out.
7. GM. Mauricio Flores easily won the Okoboji
tournament. He was able to dodge our Masters from Duluth.
56 players total.
8.Still no word about Catfish Days. I booked a room
with a cancellation option and recommend you do the same..
9. There will be another
Wednesday Night tournament in May in case you missed the
10. Garry Kasparov and Nigel Short are playing a
match in St.
One and Day
Two on YouTube. Back to list.
1. Again this year the State Scholastic was
held at the St.
Catherine University campus in St. Paul. The turnout
was a little less but the competition was still
fierce. In the K-12 we had a four way tie with the
characters pictured at the top of the page. Maor
Locker, Samarth Chakrasili, Jackson Wahl and Andrew
Tang will play a playoff to decide who gets to
represent the State in the Denker tournament for
national honors and scholarships. Ganbaatar
Saikhanzaya, an exchange student, created some
excitement on her way to top Girl finish. Being
unrated the boys took her lightly for the first four
rounds. Now rated 2045 provisional. They did not
make that mistake in the last two rounds. She
qualifies for the National Girls Tournament and will
decide shortly if she can play in that. There will be
a playoff for the second place girls at the club to
pick an alternate. Our mean girls ( Nastassja, Gloria
and Niki) at the club did well as we expected.
2. Samrug (Sammy) Narayanan won the K-9
championship and will represent the State in the
Barber. Sammy plays at the club all the time and
slipped by Master Andrew Titus to take clear first.
3. Thanks to Dan Voje and his extended family
for once again running a great event. The scholastic
would not run so smoothly with out them..
4. Check here
when the tournament is rated. Check back for
5. You can follow the US
Championships and see how our own Wesley
So is doing in his first of many attempts to become
the US Champ. Scroll down once you get to the game
viewer and replay the games.
6. If you are looking for a chess camp for the
Summer you will find a great one at the Castle. This
will be the third year we have held one. The teachers
Yang and Kevin Bu. They have gotten great
reviews. You can find the details here.
Rochester Winter Open was a huge success. GM. Flores
stopped by to class up the event and give our local
Masters some competition. Taking first with 4.5/5 by
drawing Jason Drake in the last round. Jason reentered
after a sound thrashing by Dan on Thursday. Frank
Johnson from up North and Scott Riester from Rochester
along with Andrew Titus ( who joined the club) all
lost at least one game. Jackson Wahl made it back to
2000 with his 4 wins and shared second with Maor
Locker. Ian Stone won the Amateur. RESULTS.
CHESS CLUB. The next one will be in June
so check back. Pictured are GM. Mauricio Flores and
2. It seems that John Bartholomew has been
abducted by YouTube. While most people spend their
time watching cat videos and pirated shows John has
posted hundreds of chess videos. From commenting on
his Bullet games while in progress to some lessons he
covers a lot of material. I waste a lot of time
watching Danny King's "game of the day" during big
international tournaments but with John this has gone
to a new level. If only I had known about this when I
was working. So check
3. If you want the games from the closed, MSCA
has installed a game viewer on their
There will be a Wednesday night tournament
starting in April. Check the schedule page for
5. Dennis McGrath has written an article
about Wesley So for the StarTribune. You can read it
here. or find it in Wednesday's paper
copy. Back to list.
DAD WON THE FIRST GRAND PRIX AND THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!.
Castle Chess Club held its first Grand
Prix tournament over the weekend. Sean Nagle
scored a perfect 5/5 to take first and $250. Mr. Bill won
the U2100 and $125. Dennis McGrath was the
U1800 winner and took home $125. Roger Hale won $100
not for winning the U1500 but for making Sammy have to
think for 52 minutes over one move! Sammy does not
take that long for a whole game. Roger sacrificed a
Knight to secure a draw in a tough position. Special
thanks to all the Masters who showed up and went over
their games even when they lost. I will post the
details as soon as the date for the next one is
2. The Rochester Grand
Winter Open is in one week. March 20-21 depending
on your schedule. Lots of schedule choices.
Masters play free.
NM. Frank Johnson has entered! Do you need a
ride to Rochester? Dane Zagar will give you a
ride. Down and back on Saturday. He is looking for
someone to play on Friday in Minneapolis. Contact
Dane at 218-409-5678 phone or text and
work out the details. Tournament DETAILS.
3. The round times for the closed are:
7pm Friday, 10 & 4:30 on Sat. Sun. Quiet
spectators are welcome.
4. There will be a Wednesday night tournament
starting in April. Check the schedule page for
5. Sean Nagle repeats as State Champion scoring
4.5/5 in a tough field. Details.
6. Nate is holding a series of Quads on Saturday
the 21st for those not going to Rochester. Check the
7. The University of Minnesota is holding their
Open (or here) on May
30-31st. GM Flores and IM Bartholomew will be doing
lectures and hanging out to add some extra class to
the event. Several sections and a Sunday Game/45 at
reduced entry. Dan Voje is directing.
8. I have reached out to James Kanne about
Catfish Days, July 24-25th, but have not heard back. I
suggest you reserve a room as you can cancel if you
decide not to play. There is the St. Olaf one
day chess camp event on that Sat. so no matter what
you will be able to play somewhere.
9.The Daily show did a piece on the US buying
chess players to compete at the Olympiad. Not real
funny. Of course they had the board set up wrong. HERE.
The second part. . Back to list.
1.The Minnesota Open
was won by John Bartholomew and Kevin Wasiluk with four
points each. They will join Wilson Gibbins and Sean Nagle
in the closed playoffs along with Andrew Tang and Matt
2.Time to start planning for the Rochester
Grand Winter Open and the State scholastic coming up in
March. The club's first Grand Prix
is also in March. First round
starts at 9:30. 20 players signed up and remember
the field is limited to 40.
3.Above is our club members at the Amateur Team
tournament in Chicago. Report:
Gang of Four, the only team from Minnesota attending the
2015 US Amateur Team North this past weekend in Chicago with
a record 74 teams, tied for second
4 out of 5 and won the top junior team award! Entering
as the 15th seed they upset the top seed in round one and
only barely lost to an "amateur" team of three GMs in
Above is a picture of the "gang" members Andrew Tang, Andrew
Titus, Jackson Wahl and Nastassja Matus in action.
4.An article on Wesley So at Chessbase.
Part two has now been posted.
5. The information for this year's Minnesota
Scholastic Championship can be found here.
Tournament related questions should be directed to
Dan Voje <651.280.5473.
wrote an article about Connor Quinn teaching
seniors how to play chess
7. If you are looking for some photos of your
favorite chess player you are in luck. Riaz has set up a
It might take a while to load as there are a lot of photos.
. Back to list
A new tournament will be
starting in March at the Chess Castle. A year long Grand
Prix with five tournaments culminating with a championship
playoff in December. You can play all or just some of the
events. There are prizes and drawings for all. The details
tournaments are limited to 40 players as the club has only
so much space.There are twenty
players entered and they are strong! Enter early
and often. Each event is a great value based on entry to
payout and the time controls at Game/90 +30 is one you can
actually set on your clock. If you have questions contact
Mike Svenson firstname.lastname@example.org
or Dan Voje at
The Winter Open was a success with 110 total players. Andrew
Tang won the Open with 4.5/5 drawing Sean Nagle. Results
I found a weighted Black Queen at the Winter Open. It can be
claimed at the Castle on Saturday.
MSCA is holding its yearly election for board members. Details
on their site.
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Championship was held over the Jan. 3-4th
weekend. Matt Dahl showed up from out of the
wilderness, bought a membership and sat down to play.
Welcome back! Dr. OK came down from Duluth bringing
Dane Zagar and the Judge brought his son Jackson.
Along with some hungry Experts and a couple of little
girls the stage was set for blood bath. Fast forward
to round seven. The three Masters are tied for first
with five points but have all played each other. There
are five at four points. This sets up a situation
where the top three can claim the title with a win and
only secure it with a draw if all the others draw.
Very sadly all top boards ended in tough draws. We now
have three Club Champions. If the Experts had all won
we would have had Six Champs! The winners are all
great guys and the shared title was well deserved. The
two little girls, Gloria and Nastassja, are climbing
up to the 1800 level. You have been warned.
There is a nice article on our hometown GM. Wesley So
on the Chessbase
part two. They forgot to mention his wins at the
Skelton. Back to list.
There is more than just the Twin
Ports Open ( set for August 15-16th,
2015) going on in Duluth-Superior!
They have a web page and some other
tournaments. Check out the Twin
Ports Chess Club.
Rochester Chess club has finalized
their plans for the Rochester Grand
Winter Open. It will be held on
March 20-21st with the usual
schedules. Read carefully. This is
one of the finest tournaments in the
state and they deserve your support.
Masters play free. The prize fund is
We have a full lineup of chess for the
Thanksgiving to New Year's holiday
season. The Class is a MSCA tournament
with a chance to win an entry into the
coveted closed playoffs for the
Masters and A sections. There is a two
day tournament scheduled for December
20-21st. This may be a FIDE event.
Then back to back Think format
tournaments. The one on January 3-4th
is the Club Championship. The winner
gets his or her name on the club
trophy and will be the envy of all
their friends. This is open to
club members and club regulars. Check
with Dan to see if you qualify.
If you are stumped as to what to get
for that special chess player on your
list a club membership could be win
for everyone. The player gets reduced
entry at all club events and you get
them out of the house so you can enjoy
your self. Players should have this on
The guys from Duluth stuck around for
the Rapid Championships. Taking first
was the good Dr.
Okechukwu Iwu. Going undefeated
in 14 games giving up three draws. Results.
Championships were a hard fought
success. Wilson Gibbins, the State
Senior Champ, took clear first in the
Master/Expert section. He is now
seeded into the State Closed Playoffs.
In the Class A there was a three way
tie and a playoff for the ticket to
the Closed will have to be held. Once
again Dan Voje did a great job
Bartholomew won the Bloomington Open with
a 4.5/5 score. Giving up a draw to Sean
Nagle. 126 players competed. The under
1800 section had three tied for first:
Raghubar Tyagi, Ken Einarsson and the
club's own Gloria Friedman. Glenn Panner
was the organizer and director and did
another fine job. He hopes to do this
again next year, maybe in October with
three sections. Stay tuned. Andrew Titus
won the Blitz with a perfect score. Most
of us had fun.
Many times after a tournament our
Moms or wives would ask if we had fun. At
the club we joke about: did Carl Eller's
Mom ask him if he had fun at the Super
Bowl? If you are looking to reduce the
stress of tournament chess or play for fun
and creativity you can do that at the
Hoover has started a not-rated
section in his Saturday Exerciser Quads.
The result is not counted on your precious
rating. Last week he had four Masters in
the quad! He will be holding another
weekend Exerciser Quad in December. Check
with him for details and low entry
rates. You can also stop by on
Tuesdays for casual chess night. Pickup
games and analysis. This is a good time
for new players to get information on the
Minnesota chess scene.
Check the schedule page for details
for Sammy's Birthday Think, the Club
Championship, the State Rapid
Championship, a FIDE tournament and
Exerciser Quads. Back to list.
is a video of the Kasparov - Deep
that is short. It seems so long
The schedule for November has been
posted. We have a Think
planned and a game/29 event
that will not count on your regular
Wilson Gibbins won the Senior Open held at
the Chess Castle Sept. 13-14th. Noel
Skelton and R.K. Johnson showed up to play
thinking with Mr. Bill in Hawai'i they had
a chance. Wilson, who crushed Mr. Bill at
the Skelton, proved a solid barrier to
their dreams going 4/4. Congratulations to
Another Thursday night event is
starting with the new bonus for the under
1800 players. Explained on the home page.
Monday nights have been drawing well with
the Donahue boys coming back. The TCCL has
started with 38 teams and still has room
for a few more. Contact Dave Kuhns for
Open is just around the
corner. Note it will be held at a
different hotel. The
Bloomington Open has
about 50 players
entered with our
three IMs leading
the field. Enter
before Nov. 3rd as
Nate has another Exerciser Quad set for
November 1st. These are drawing well and
MSCA has scheduled the Class
Championships for the Thanksgiving
weekend again. This year it will be
a 5 round tournament. Note the early
start on Saturday. For all the
PORTS OPEN AUGUST 15-16th, 2015
GM BRYAN SMITH & IM JOHN BARTHOLOMEW ARE CONFIRMED
Over $3,200 in prizes projected + U1200 back by popular
The Suites Hotel in Canal Park, 325 Lake Avenue S.
Duluth, MN 55802
Grandmaster Bryan Smith Lecture!: On Friday
August 14, the night before the tournament, a lecture from
our featured player entitled, "Attacking Chess with GM
Bryan Smith" will be presented from 7:00pm8:00pm on the
1st floor of the Suites Hotel. One audience member will
win a free chess lesson with National Master Dane Mattson!
Registration for the Lecture is 6:30pm7pm and is only $15
Open: Entry fee is $60 by 8 August, $70 on site.
Prize fund is (based on 40 participants) 1st $1,000, 2nd
$500, 3rd $250; U2200 $125; U2000 $125; Scott Kittsley
Reserve (U1800): Entry fee is $50 by 8 August, $60
on site. Prize fund is (based on 40 participants) 1st $500
+ Anarae Schunk Memorial Trophy, 2nd $250, 3rd $125; U1600
$100; U1400 $100; U1200 Trophy.
Bantam (U1200): Entry fee is $40 by August 8, $50
on site. Prize fund is (based on 15 participants) 1st
$120, 2nd $60, 3rd $40 + Medals for the top 1st-3rd
elementary students, the top1st-3rd junior high students,
and the top 1st-3rd high school students.
All of the above: Five games, Swiss pairings. Time
Control (note round 1 different from remaining rounds):
Round 1 is game in 60 minutes plus 30 second increment;
Rounds 2-5 game in 90 minutes plus 30 second increment. Registration
Sat 9:00-10:00am. Rounds: Sat 10:30-2-7; Sun 10-3.
USCF membership is required. Advanced entries can be made
online at www.onlineregistration.cc or mailed: Dane Zagar
4454 Maki Rd, Brookston, MN 55711. Checks payable to: Twin
Hotel: All Rooms include a full breakfast buffet,
served 7:00-10:00am daily, and complete kitchen with
dishware. $110 chess rate at the Suites Hotel, contact the
hotel directly for reservations. Tel.: (218)-727-4663, ask
for the Chess Rate! Our block of rooms is held until July
10. After July 10, it will be hard to find a room, so book
Questions: Please contact Dane Zagar with any
questions or concerns.
Email: email@example.com Phone: (218)-409-5678
The annual U2000 tournament is back. Click above for
2015 Region 6
Sep 5-6, 2015
Region 6 Championship
Crowne Plaza, Plymouth, 3131 Campus
Drive, Plymouth, MN 55441. 763-559-6600 www.cpplymouth.com
$60 ($70 at site) by mail $$ b/o 40 $800, $400; U2200
$200; U2000 $100. Title and trophy to top Region 6
resident (WI, MN, ND, SD). Entry fee refunded to Region 6
State title holders and FIDE GM and IM after completing
the final round.
EF $50 ($60 at site) $$ b/o 40 $300, $150; U1600 $80;
EF $40 ($50 at site), $$ b/o 35 $150, $100, U1000 $60, unr
G/90 +30. Rds: 9:30-2:30-7;
10-3, REG Sat 8-9, NS, USCF, MSCA
(home state ok). MSCA, c/o Castle Chess, 1121
Jackson Street NE, Suite 134, Minneapolis, MN 55413.
HR: $80 if
registered by Aug 6. After that it may not be
guaranteed. Reservations at: Crowne Plaza, Plymouth, 3131
Campus Drive, Plymouth, MN 55441. 763-559-6600
Non-Rated Beginner: Unrated or U800 Saturday; 5SS; G/30
d/5; EF $20; Prizes: USCF and MSCA memberships to players
who score 4 points or more. Reg: 10:30-11:00 Saturday;
rounds as soon as possible on completion of games
Sunday; 4ss; G/30 d/5; EF $25; Prizes: 60% of EF returned as
prizes. Reg: 10:30-11:00, Approx rounds: 11:30, 12:30, 2:00,
GRAND FALL OPEN OCTOBER 2-3rd, 2015