Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Glasgow Allegro 2015

Players from Aberdeen to Dumfries, and a fair few places in between, descended on the Queen Margaret Student's Union on Saturday 14th November 2015 for the thrills and spills of the annual allegro organised by the Glasgow Chess League. Excellent performances were achieved by Patrick Coffey, Evis Perdikou and Bernard Cassidy in winning their respective sections, each dropping only half a point along the way. Other notable performances came from juniors Monica Espinosa Cancino, Euan Gray, Andrew McCusker, Kalyan Kante and Benjamin Ridge, and newcomers to Scottish chess Junhao Xian and Nicolas Skettos. Report by Chris Perkin

OPEN

1st    Patrick Coffey  4.5/5  £50

2nd=   Philip Giulian

Junhao Xian     4/5   £20 each

Grading prize=  Stavros Karampatos, Alan Jelfs      3/5   £5 each

MAJOR

1st   Evis Perdikou     4.5/5     £50

2nd  Nicolas Skettos   4/5      £25

3rd/grading prize=   Andrew Curran, Monica Espinosa Cancino, Euan Gray, Andrew McCusker   3.5/5   £6.25 each

MINOR

1st   Bernard Cassidy    4.5/5    £50

2nd=   Kalyan Kante, James MacRae    4/5      £20 each

Grading prize=   Benjamin Ridge, David Shenton     3/5    £5 each

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Posted on: 19-11-2015
Categories: News