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US Chess League Season 3 Round 3

This Match Has Ended In A Draw
  • Game Type: Standard Chess   Registration Open: Sep 6, 2012
    Players Per Team: 32   Finished On: Mar 9, 2013
    Days per Move: 3 days   Rated: Yes
    Rating Range: Open  
    Starting Position: Standard
    2 simultaneous games
    (both games per opponent start immediately)
#   New Jersey Chess Team    North Carolina, USA   
1 ComputoJon (2420) 2View | View0 CntMonteCristo (1131)
2 MrDuplicity (2173) 0.5View | View1.5 Patzer26 (2315)
3 Mullanaphy (2147) 0View | View2 zealouspawn (2074)
4 Jcer (1966) 0View | View2 BKratt4 (1876)
5 Mm40 (2166) 0View | View2 WesternNCScottyB (2039)
6 N-k5 (2099) 2View | View0 bbwolf1 (2019)
7 knetfan (1911) 2View | View0 JCRchess (1950)
8 roth5 (1979) 0.5View | View1.5 bobbywaddell (1935)
9 cherri123 (1946) 1.5View | View0.5 MaxxLange (1975)
10 JonathanB (1915) 0View | View2 twesque (1846)
11 skattman (2001) 0.5View | View1.5 twinphoenix (1938)
12 Jlee42 (1806) 0View | View2 ncmike2011 (1948)
13 NamelessPro (2034) 2View | View0 londonfog (2000)
14 dartking (1704) 0.5View | View1.5 MixMasterChess (2038)
15 Mvpag (1943) 1.5View | View0.5 MyRook (1916)
16 gimmewuchagot (2013) 1View | View1 chopwood (1964)
17 cephalopod11 (1960) 0.5View | View1.5 dl_leonine (1820)
18 TimEdmonds (1907) 0View | View2 PrincessChess (1974)
19 dmic006 (1920) 1View | View1 preacherjim (1844)
20 pellik (1765) 2View | View0 _Hyperion_ (1747)
21 joongchoi (2084) 1.5View | View0.5 jjuggler (1832)
22 Hrieger (1593) 0View | View2 Yargo (1715)
23 askunclesam (1822) 2View | View0 justapawn2 (1612)
24 musicalhair (1646) 0View | View2 Kayberg86 (2159)
25 Techtron (1942) 2View | View0 GeorgeJM (1572)
26 NickBar (1779) 1View | View1 ChuckBurch (1459)
27 CMUJoiseyBoy (1841) 2View | View0 wwhill (1458)
28 CabassoG (1782) 2View | View0 gnuandspeedo (1446)
29 Herdem (1757) 0View | View2 Solidanimal (1341)
30 KINGLOU (1659) 2View | View0 richard4645 (1213)
31 micaman994 (1646) 2View | View0 midkn21n (1258)
32 ShindouHikaru (1762) 0View | View2 grasshopper-ou812 (1798)
Draw!= 32 = 32Draw!

Comments


  • 19 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    Yeah! Go, Joong, go! :)

  • 19 months ago

    NM ComputoJon

    Joong!  Joong!  Joong!

  • 19 months ago

    ncmike2011

    Let's go Joe! Let's go Joe! 

  • 19 months ago

    ncmike2011

    What a great team match this has been.Congratulations to both teams for the efforts put forth.

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    Nice deal Chuck. I guess the unexpected guests probably added some extra stress. Laughing Mine speech went fine. I wasn't really nervous once I got up there, but my hand gestures were horrible (or rather non-existent lol). That's just not who I am, and every move is forced...except for the involuntary fidgeting.

  • 23 months ago

    NM ComputoJon

    Chuck, it sounds like the class went very well, nice job.

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Although, to those scientist folks among us - the edge of space is tecnically 62 miles - still amazing - Chuck

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    All, Felix - is going to jump, free-fall, from edge of outer-space tomorrow - 23 miles straight down - he will break the sound barrier, he will be falling over 600 miles an hour - I really do not know how this guy is not going to pass out - His bravery is amazing - think perhaps his brain may be the size of a walnut!!  

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Jon, went well - had a few "unexpected guests" join in (messed with me for a second or two) - directors of the program and various professors - guess they want to see how the "rookie" did with the executives. Yes, interesting class - I find it amazing that we can do transactions faster and faster, yet, we still have no real information. Your advice was a personal game changer for me - I read several times before my lecture and will read prior to every "conversation" I have in the future - Thank you very much . Elizabeth - How did it go - wanting to know Wink  Chuck   

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    It's an introduction speech about myself.

  • 23 months ago

    NM ComputoJon

    I'm sure you will each do very well.  Chuck, your class sounds very interesting.  Elizabeth, what topic are you speaking on?

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    Alright! And thanks. :)

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Elizabeth - let me know how it goes - you hang in there - just do it!! Chuck Laughing 

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    I'm giving it this Monday, and I'm going to try to keep Jon's advice in mind. :)

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Elizabeth - how did your "introduction" speech go?   

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Elizabeth - I received word a few days ago that I am going to be teaching "Executive MBA" class on the merits of data modeling in the morning - Have never taught that level - little tight to say the least  - I printed out Jon's advice and will read the minutes prior to my lecture - it is good advice - :o)

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    Good point Jon. I know that's the way it's supposed to be, but it's hard to disregard the fact that a whole room full of people is staring at you... lol Yes, they're supposed to just be listening to the speech, but there's almost certainly some that are critiquing your looks and hand gestures.

  • 23 months ago

    ChuckBurch

    Jon, you are very wise - nice wisdom - Chuck

  • 23 months ago

    NM ComputoJon

    If I can make a suggestion, because I have to public-speak quite often.  The reason that a speaker can get nervous is if he/she imagines that the spotlight is on him/her.  Actually it's not.  The spotlight is on the content of the speech, and the manner in which that content is presented.  If, as a speaker, you can decouple yourself from the actual content, then you can almost enjoy the presentation as a spectator, or more specifically as a magnifying glass, that focuses the attention of the audience on the content of the speech, rather than the speaker.

  • 23 months ago

    Elizabeth0

    Yeah, I guess that's probably the main problem with it...

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