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Greenville Scholastic Open

Greenville Scholastic Open

November 15, 2014 - Greenville, SC
Open to scholastic players up through 12th grade
5SS - G/30
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Pohl wins "Quick Board Meeting" and "Quick or Treat"

On Thursday, Oct. 16, the GCC held a 3-round quick-rated event, the "Quick Board Meeting". Six players showed up to compete, and Klaus Pohl emerged as the winner with a perfect 3-0 score. Michael Anderson and Joseph Rochester tied for second with 2 points each.

USCF Crosstable

On Thursday, Oct. 30, the GCC held another 3-round quick-rated event, this time a quad. Klaus Pohl once again swept the event with a 3-0 score. The remaining players all finished with 1 point each.

USCF Crosstable

Wayne Christensen is the 2014 SC State Champion!

Over the weekend of Oct 4-6, 2014, the 75th South Carolina Championships were held in Columbia, SC. Wayne Christensen opened the event with four straight wins, including a round 1 upset over the event's highest rated player, before yielding a draw to Gene Nix in the last round. Christensen's 4.5 points netted him clear first place in the event, earning him the title of SC State Champion for 2014. Nix's 3 points landed him in a tie for the U2000 prize. Congratulations to both!

Additional information, including crosstables, games, and photos, can be seen at www.scchess.org.

Pohl wins October Quick Quad

On Thursday, Oct. 2, the GCC held a 3-round quick-rated quad. Klaus Pohl finished in clear first with a perfect 3-0 score, followed by Gene Nix with 2 points.

USCF Crosstable

The previous Thursday, the GCC held an unrated blitz tournament. Petar Jotev won the event with a score of 10.5/12, followed by Klaus Pohl with 8.5 points.

Nix and Fejzulai win Fall Quick

On Thursday, Sept. 18, the GCC held Fall Quick 2014, a 3-round USCF quick-rated event. Gene Nix and Aidan Fejzulai tied for first place with 2.5 points apiece.

USCF Crosstable

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