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The GCC meets Thursday evenings starting at 7 or 7:30 PM. Check the announcements below for the location of each meeting, when available.

See also the GCC Facebook page.

Fall Quick 2014 this Thursday, Sept. 18

Last Thursday, the GCC held a blitz tournament at Barnes & Noble. Michael Anderson won the event, followed by Brandon Alverson in second place.

This Thursday, Sept. 18, the GCC will hold a 3-round USCF quick-rated event (G/26, d3) at United Methodist Church in Piedmont (31 Main St./Hwy 86). The first round will begin at 8 PM. The entry fee is $5, and USCF membership is required to participate.

Brown wins August Squad; Brown and Fejzulai win August Quick-Octo

The past two weeks, the GCC held two more 3-round quick-rated events. On August 21, six players competed in the August Squad I. Will Brown took clear first with 2.5 points, followed by Gene Nix and Aidan Fejzulai with 2 points each.

USCF Crosstable - August Squad I

On August 28, eight players showed up for the August Quick-Octo. Will Brown once again took a share of first prize, this time joined by Aidan Fejzulai, each with 2.5 points. Joseph Rochester finished in third place with 2 points.

USCF Crosstable - August Quick-Octo

Pohl wins Q3 Quickdeath

On Thursday, August 14, the GCC held a 3-round quick-rated tournament. Klaus Pohl won the event with a perfect 3-0 score, followed by Will Brown in second place with 2 points.

USCF Crosstable

Pohl and Rochester win Summer Knights

The fourth and final round of this year's Summer Knights took place on July 31. After another round featuring multiple upsets, Klaus Pohl and Joseph Rochester emerged atop the field with 3 points each. Aidan Fejzulai won the U1900 prize with 2 points.

Round 4's results are below, and a full crosstable can be seen on the Pairings page.

USCF Crosstable

Summer Knights 2014 Round 4 Pairings: 7/31/14
Bd. White Result Black
1 Fejzulai, Aidan (2.0, 1657) 0 - 1 Pohl, Klaus (2.0, 2200)
2 Brown, Wilfred (2.0, 2135) 0 - 1 Rochester, Joseph (2.0, 1751)
3 Wetzel, Bill (1.5, 1644) 0 - 1 Burnett, Wendell (0.5, 1048)

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