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The 3rd tournament in the Alan Burns Series

The 2016 Alan Burns tournaments continues with a Lacksadasical five rounds of 20mins and an increment of 5 secs

Enjoying lunch and an afternoon of chess - what could be better?

Twenty players of all abilities faced off.

Round one started shortly after 1:30pm. This was the top player Sergio's first appearance at the Alan Burns series of tournaments. Also with Queens club growing in size and becoming a significant club in the Ulster scene. It was good to see new players from Queens.

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Round 1

No Name                  Rtg  Total  Result   Name             Rtg  Total

 1 Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 [0]      1:0    Christopher Roe  1300 [0]  
 2 Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 [0]      0:1    Brendan Jamison  1762 [0]  
 3 Damien Cunningham     1722 [0]      1:0    Ram Rajan        1236 [0]  
 4 Liam Ferris           1162 [0]      1:0    Mikhail Pavlov   1616 [0]  
 5 Robert Lavery         1603 [0]      1:0    Dmitry Zelenchuk 1138 [0]  
 6 Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 [0]      0:1    Richard Gould    1545 [0]  
 7 Ian Woodfield         1541 [0]      1:0    Ben Campbell     1000 [0]  
 8 Vincent Crean         1000 [0]      0:1    Callum Ormerod   1482 [0]  
 9 David Jackson         1450 [0]      0:1    Alan York        1000 [0]  
10 Geoff Hindley         942  [0]      0:1    Ian Kilpatrick   1382 [0]  
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Round one starts with a few upsets. Liam Ferris (1162) beats Mikhail Pavlov (1616). Whilst Alan York (1000) beats David Jackson (1450).

rd1-ian-ben

rd1-damien-ram

Round 2

No Name             Rtg  Total  Result   Name                  Rtg  Total

 1 Callum Ormerod   1482 [1]      0:1    Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 [1]  
 2 Brendan Jamison  1762 [1]      1:0    Ian Woodfield         1541 [1]  
 3 Ian Kilpatrick   1382 [1]      1:0    Damien Cunningham     1722 [1]  
 4 Alan York        1000 [1]      0:1    Robert Lavery         1603 [1]  
 5 Richard Gould    1545 [1]     .5:.5   Liam Ferris           1162 [1]  
 6 Mikhail Pavlov   1616 [0]      1:0    Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 [0]  
 7 Dmitry Zelenchuk 1138 [0]      0:1    David Jackson         1450 [0]  
 8 Christopher Roe  1300 [0]      0:1    Vincent Crean         1000 [0]  
 9 Ben Campbell     1000 [0]      0:1    Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 [0]  
10 Ram Rajan        1236 [0]      1:0    Geoff Hindley         942  [0] 

A suprise resut with Ian Kilpatirck beating Damien Cunningham. Whilst the rest of the big hitters continue adding to their points. Liam Ferris has a good result beating Richard Gould. Whilst Vincent Crean also does well against fellow Queens player Chris Roe.

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Round 3

No Name                  Rtg  Total  Result   Name             Rtg  Total

 1 Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 [2]     .5:.5   Ian Kilpatrick   1382 [2]  
 2 Robert Lavery         1603 [2]      0:1    Brendan Jamison  1762 [2]  
 3 Damien Cunningham     1722 [1]      1:0    Richard Gould    1545 [1.5]
 4 Liam Ferris           1162 [1.5]   .5:.5   Callum Ormerod   1482 [1]  
 5 Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 [1]      1:0    Mikhail Pavlov   1616 [1]  
 6 Ian Woodfield         1541 [1]      1:0    Alan York        1000 [1]  
 7 David Jackson         1450 [1]      0:1    Ram Rajan        1236 [1]  
 8 Vincent Crean         1000 [1]      1:0    Dmitry Zelenchuk 1138 [0]  
 9 Geoff Hindley         942  [0]      0:1    Christopher Roe  1300 [0]  
10 Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 [0]      1:0    Ben Campbell     1000 [0]  

Possibly a tournament defining game Ian Kilpatrick draws against Sergio Esteve Sanchez. Thereby allowing Brendan Jamison (Grandmaster Slayer) to lead the tournament. The young Daniil gets an excellent result against Mikhail Pavlov and Liam Ferris continues to do well drawing against Callum Ormerod.

rd3-chris-geoff

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Round 4

No Name             Rtg  Total  Result   Name                  Rtg  Total

 1 Brendan Jamison  1762 [3]      0:1    Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 [2.5]
 2 Ian Kilpatrick   1382 [2.5]    1:0    Robert Lavery         1603 [2]  
 3 Liam Ferris      1162 [2]      0:1    Damien Cunningham     1722 [2]  
 4 Ram Rajan        1236 [2]      1:0    Ian Woodfield         1541 [2]  
 5 Vincent Crean    1000 [2]      0:1    Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 [2]  
 6 Richard Gould    1545 [1.5]   .5:.5   Callum Ormerod        1482 [1.5]
 7 Mikhail Pavlov   1616 [1]      0:1    David Jackson         1450 [1]  
 8 Christopher Roe  1300 [1]      0:1    Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 [1]  
 9 Alan York        1000 [1]      1:0    Ben Campbell          1000 [0]  
10 Dmitry Zelenchuk 1138 [0]      1:0    Geoff Hindley         942  [0]  

The Big fight Brendan falls to the sword of Sergio. Who now jointly leads with Ian Kilpatrick who gets a good win against Robert Lavery. Damien Cunningham is coming up on the inside track.

rd4-chris-adrian

Round 5

No Name                  Rtg  Total  Result   Name             Rtg  Total

 1 Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 [3.5]   .5:.5   Ram Rajan        1236 [3]  
 2 Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 [3]      0:1    Ian Kilpatrick   1382 [3.5]
 3 Damien Cunningham     1722 [3]      0:1    Brendan Jamison  1762 [3]  
 4 Robert Lavery         1603 [2]     .5:.5   Liam Ferris      1162 [2]  
 5 David Jackson         1450 [2]      0:1    Richard Gould    1545 [2]  
 6 Ian Woodfield         1541 [2]     .5:.5   Vincent Crean    1000 [2]  
 7 Callum Ormerod        1482 [2]      1:0    Alan York        1000 [2]  
 8 Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 [2]      1:0    Dmitry Zelenchuk 1138 [1]  
 9 Christopher Roe       1300 [1]      0:1    Mikhail Pavlov   1616 [1]  
10 Ben Campbell          1000 [0]      1:0    Geoff Hindley    942  [0]  

With 6 people in the throw for the top. The draw gives the two top players what should be relatively straghtforward pairings. But Ram provides an upset and gains a draw against Sergio. Leaving the result in Ians hands - who beats Daniil to win the tournament. Other good results from Vincent Crean drawing against Ian Woodfield and Liam Ferris who had an excellent tournament drawing against Robert Lavery.

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Standings

Place Name                  Rtg  Loc  Score M-Buch. Buch. Progr.

  1   Ian Kilpatrick        1382 1382 4.5       8.5  12.5   13.5
 2-3  Sergio Esteve Sanchez 1858 1858 4        10.5  16.0   13.0
      Brendan Jamison       1762 1762 4         8.5  15.0   13.0
  4   Ram Rajan             1236 1236 3.5       7.5  11.5    9.5
 5-9  Damien Cunningham     1722 1722 3        10.5  17.5   10.0
      Daniil Zelenchuk      1295 1295 3         8.5  14.0    9.0
      Richard Gould         1545 1545 3         8.5  13.5    9.0
      Callum Ormerod        1482 1482 3         8.0  14.0    8.5
      Adrian Dornford-Smith 1134 1134 3         4.0   8.0    6.0
10-13 Robert Lavery         1603 1603 2.5       8.5  14.0    9.5
      Liam Ferris           1162 1162 2.5       8.5  13.5    9.0
      Ian Woodfield         1541 1541 2.5       8.0  13.0    8.5
      Vincent Crean         1000 1000 2.5       6.5  10.5    7.5
14-16 Mikhail Pavlov        1616 1616 2         7.5  11.5    5.0
      David Jackson         1450 1450 2         7.0  11.5    6.0
      Alan York             1000 1000 2         7.0  11.0    7.0
17-19 Christopher Roe       1300 1300 1         7.5  11.5    3.0
      Ben Campbell          1000 1000 1         7.5  10.5    1.0
      Dmitry Zelenchuk      1138 1138 1         7.0  10.0    2.0
 20   Geoff Hindley         942  942  0         5.5  11.0    0.0

Outright winner is Ian Kilpatrick with a rating of 1382 - a fantastic result.

Second Sergio Esteve Sanchez.

Grading Prize (Below or Equal 1300) Ram Rajan

winners

Watch out for the fourth and final 2016 Alan Burns tournament Sunday 5th June.

Thanks to all the players - the games were excellent to watch and no disputes

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