The Belfast LJCC Qualifier 2012

The 3rd Belfast LJCC Qualifier took place on Saturday 6th October. The calibre of players was high. Unfortunately the numbers were low. This is a once in a year opportunity to qualify for the prestigious London Junior Chess Championships where the UK's top young players battle.
The Belfast LJCC Qualifier 2012

Focused on the beautiful game

In the Junior section it was decided to merge U8, U10 and U12 and play an all play all.

Also in the U19 section we were able to play a seven round all play all.

The section included last years Belfast Scholastic Shield Holder and Under 12 Ulster Champion - a top star in Ulster Chess Raghav Gupta who won the tournament without dropping a game. In the U19's we had the Irish International player Karina Kruk WCM (Womans Candidate Master).

Against him we had a section that included 5 girls. Lucia Corrigan held second place until beaten in the final round by Ellen Eachus.

The junior section of the Belfast Qualifier for 2012.

Admira excelled gaining 2 points considering she was by far the youngest player.

Honor and Ryan only lossing 2 games. Shared 2nd place on 5 points.

Place Name Age Group Score




1 Raghav Gupta U12 7
2-3 Ryan Jackson U12 5

Honor Parissis U10 5
4 Lucia Corrigan U12 4
5-6 Ellen Eachus U10 2.5

Rachel Eachus U12 2.5
7 Admira Kecskemeti U8 2

LJCC - Junior section 2

Karina plays Matthew Chapman round 4. Karina won. The overall winner was Matthew who won all of his matches apart from this game.

Karina Kruk and Radhika Gupta shared second place.

It was a day of good challenging chess with time between games spent solving chess puzzles and playing friendly games.

Place Name Age Group Score




1 Chapman, Matthew U19 6
2-3 Kruk, Karina U19 5

Gupta, Radhika U19 5
4 Donaldson, Thomas U19 4.5
5 Henning, Adam U19 4
6 McMcwhinney, Ashley U19 1.5
7 Freag, Feras U19 1
8 Turnbull, Chris U19 0

LJCC - Junior section 3

LJCC - Junior section 2

LJCC - Seniors 2 2012

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