2021 Online Intermat - BC vs Washington since 1991

 

 

 

 

 

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Collaboration between the Washington Chess Federation and the BC Chess Federation


BC - WA Intermat : Saturday May 15, 2021

Results [1991-2020]

2020 Intermat


2020 Online Intermat


Qualification:

Eligibility:

  • WA Player - The two highest finishers in each grade from the Intermat Candidates Tournament on March 20 will be selected as the two honored players who will make up Team Washington. If a qualified player is unavailable, invitation will pass to the next highest finisher in the quad for that grade level, followed by the highest rated available WA player in that grade.
  • BC Player - please see "Eligibility rules for Team BC player selection" section at the bottom of this page.

Registration:

  • WA Player - online at nwchess.com/OnlineRegistration. The deadline to accept the invitation is Wednesday, March 31.
  • BC Player - will be contacted by the BCCF Intermat Committee via email.

Procedure & Fair Play Policy:

Pairings will be released prior to the start of each round. Games will be started automatically by the TD in the Live Chess area. All players and parents are required to sign the Intermat Fair Play Agreement prior to the start of round 1. Zoom monitoring with webcam on is required during all games. The Intermat Fair Play Committee may review any suspicious games on a case-by-case basis. Fair play standards will be strictly enforced.

Questions:

Flyer for WA Players: https://nwchess.com/calendar/2021%20WA%20vs%20BC%20Intermat.pdf

Qualified players will be listed and updated weekly on Saturdays

Players' ratings marked on March 20, 2021

Round 1 - BC White, WA Black

Round 2 - WA White, BC Black

Result:    BC 0 - WA 0   

  Round 1 Board # Team BC (White) CFC (*CMA)

Results

0 - 0

Team WA (Black) NWSRS
K 1   Sky Cui 811*     Vayu Kakkad 1085
  2   Haoming Lian 754*     Lena Ivanovic 938
1 3   Kai Zhang 1007*     Ted Wang 1598
  4   David Song 854*     Michael Lin 1576
2 5   Ethan Low 1193*     Vidip Kona 1722
  6   Forrest Zhu 958*     Sharvesh Arul 1453
3 7   Nicholas Wu 1245*     Vihaan Jammalamadaka 1778
  8   Zachary Liu 1409     Lucas Liu 1501
4 9   Justin Gao 1493     Yiding Lu 1783
  10   Alan Wang 1351     Alexander Yang 1725
5 11   Ryan Yu 1406*     Neeraj Harish 1862
  12   Biaobiao Guo 1396*     Nikash Vemparala 1814
6 13   Ryan Yang 1812     Derin Goktepe 1978
  14   Frank Zhou 1434     Austin Liu 1772
7 15   Nathan Wu 1868     Felicity Wang 1727
  16   Gillian Mok 1727     Aditya Kamath 1031
8 17   Kate Jiang 1929     Daniel Wang 1787
  18   Veronica Guo 1828     Edward Cheng 1730
9 19   Chuyang Gu 1805     Pranav Kurungod Anoop 2016
  20   Peter Qiu 1608     Daniel Qian 1913
10 21   Patrick Huang 2247     Daniel Shubin 2162
  22   Sherry Tian 2045     Sophie Tien 2042
11 23   Andrew Hemstapat 2245     Teddy Roberts 2039
  24   Jungmin Shinn 1972     Oscar Petrov 1848
12 25   Brian Yang 2056     Brian Lee 1881
  26   Alex Wang 1832     Daniel Stein 1761

 

  Round 2 Board # Team BC (Black) CFC (*CMA)

Results

0 - 0

Team WA (White) NWSRS
K 1   Sky Cui 811*     Lena Ivanovic 938
  2   Haoming Lian 754*     Vayu Kakkad 1085
1 3   Kai Zhang 1007*     Michael Lin 1576
  4   David Song 854*     Ted Wang 1598
2 5   Ethan Low 1193*     Sharvesh Arul 1453
  6   Forrest Zhu 958*     Vidip Kona 1722
3 7   Nicholas Wu 1245*     Lucas Liu 1501
  8   Zachary Liu 1409     Vihaan Jammalamadaka 1778
4 9   Justin Gao 1493     Alexander Yang 1725
  10   Alan Wang 1351     Yiding Lu 1783
5 11   Ryan Yu 1406*     Nikash Vemparala 1814
  12   Biaobiao Guo 1396*     Neeraj Harish 1862
6 13   Ryan Yang 1812     Austin Liu 1772
  14   Frank Zhou 1434     Derin Goktepe 1978
7 15   Nathan Wu 1868     Aditya Kamath 1031
  16   Gillian Mok 1727     Felicity Wang 1727
8 17   Kate Jiang 1929     Edward Cheng 1730
  18   Veronica Guo 1828     Daniel Wang 1787
9 19   Chuyang Gu 1805     Daniel Qian 1913
  20   Peter Qiu 1608     Pranav Kurungod Anoop 2016
10 21   Patrick Huang 2247     Sophie Tien 2042
  22   Sherry Tian 2045     Daniel Shubin 2162
11 23   Andrew Hemstapat 2245     Oscar Petrov 1848
  24   Jungmin Shinn 1972     Teddy Roberts 2039
12 25   Brian Yang 2056     Daniel Stein 1761
  26   Alex Wang 1832     Brian Lee 1881

 


Thanks to the Organizing Teams & Volunteers

Organizing Teams:

  • BCCF Junior Committee (BCCF President Stephen Wright, Eric Gu, Michael Lo)
  • Washington Chess Federation (WCF President Josh Sinanan, Chouchan Airapetian, Jacob Mayer, Rekha Sagar)

B.C. Team Captain(s): Eric Gu, Michael Lo
WA Team Captain(s): NM Josh Sinanan, WFM Chouchan Airapetian
Tournament Director(s): Jacob Mayer - Senior TD, Stephen Wright - FIDE International Arbiter

Date & Time: Saturday May 15th, 2021, 9:30am - 6:30pm
Location: Online at Chess.com, play from your home
Format: Top two available BC players from each grade, grades K-12, compete against the top two WA players from the same grades
Time Control & Rating: G90+30 seconds increment, Two Games, FIDE Rules, Unrated

Recording: Not required (games will be automatically recorded on Chess.com)
Awards: Rotating Team Trophy engraved with the winning state/province for the year
Entry Fee: FREE, by invitation - it is an honor to represent your province or state in this international match

Tentative Schedule:

9:30am Check-in online. Opening Speech and Tournament Rules Announcement
10:00am Round 1
1:30pm Lunch
2:30pm Round 2 (players finished late in round 1 may start round 2 a bit late with TD approval)
6:30pm or ASAP

Qualification:


Eligibility rules for Team BC player selection

The BCCF Junior Committee ("Committee") has the authority on the selection and forming of the Intermat BC Team, in general the Committee will follow the guidelines below.

  1. Team BC will be composed of two players per grade from kindergarten to grade twelve.
  2. In each grade both players will be invited based on the last CFC ratings list published at least eight weeks preceding the Intermat. CMA or other ratings may be used as a reference if a player either does not have a CFC rating or their CFC rating is judged inaccurate (e.g. based on too few games).
  3. If it is not possible to fill both spots after the top five players per grade have been invited, the Committee reserves the right to invite players from lower grades to fill the remaining place(s), based on rating and merit.
  4. Residency Rule - all Team BC players in the Intermat must reside in B.C. and: a) have resided in B.C. for a total of at least six months in the twelve months prior to the start of the Intermat or b) have resided in B.C. for the three months prior to the start of the Intermat.

 

 

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