Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Hamilton-Karpovs Rescheduled For 5/31

The Kenilworth Karpovs-Hamilton match originally scheduled for April will be played at the Kenilworth Chess Club on May 31st. Hamilton will be the home team.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Summit & Hamilton Tie

Glen Hart defeated John Chladnicek in the final game to give Summit a 2-2 tie with Hamilton, on Thursday night.

NM Dragan Milovanovic had staked Hamilton to a 1-0 lead, with a victory vs. Donnally Miller, but Don Varneckas and I drew with Black against 2 of last year's board-prize winners (Ed Sytnik and Charles Miller) to keep the match close.

C. Miller (H) 1877 - John Moldovan (S) 1823
A48 King's Indian Defense
Colle System

Annotated PGN & Java-replay

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Page Updates

The Standings, Crosstables, Results, Schedule, Team Schedules, Ratings and Rosters pages have been updated, along with team pages for the Dean Of Chess Academy, Newark-McDonald's and Staten Island.

Staten Island-DOCA Scheduled

The June match between Staten Island and the DOCA Knights will be played on June 7th, at Chess Mates in Rahway. The starting time is 7:30 p.m.

The following matches remain unscheduled:
  • Essex County College at Chess Mates
  • Newark-McDonald's (H) at Staten Island (V)
  • West Orange at Chess Mates
  • Hamilton (H) at Kenilworth Karpovs (V)

Friday, March 16, 2012

Newark-McDonalds Edges DOCA Knights

Newark-McDonald's edged the DOCA Knights last night 2.5-1.5.

Lev Zilbermintz and Nathan Napper tallied full points for Newark, which clinched victory when Pierre Damis drew much higher-rated Aravind Kumar.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

ECC Forfeits To West Orange

Last night, West Orange defeated Essex County College 4-0, by forfeit.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Page Updates

The Standings, Crosstables, Results, Schedule and Team Schedules pages have been updated, along with pages of the 6 teams that played on Thursday.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Last Night's Scores

In GSCL action last night... Hamilton defeated Staten Island 3-1, the Karpovs edged the Kortchnois 2.5-1.5 and Summit was a 4-0 forfeit winner over Chess Mates.