The U.S.A. Championships
Larry Christiansen is the U.S. Chess Champion!
The U.S. Championships will be played in
Seattle, Washington at the Northwest Rooms of the Seattle Center. Round One
will begin January 5th with nine consecutive days of play. January 13th will
feature the final ninth game as well as the closing ceremony.
All games of the U.S. Chess Championships will be broadcast live on the Internet at the official site during the event.
1-2. Christiansen, de Firmian 6.5
3-8. Kreiman, Benjamin, Yermolinsky, Shabolov, Stripunsky, A. Ivanov 6.0
9-15. Kaidanov, Gulko, Kudrin, Seirawan, Browne, I. Ivanov, Schneider 5.5, 16-27. Shahade, Serper, Khmelnitsky, Fishbein, Fedorowicz, Ariel, Rey, Kraai, Mulyar, Foygel, Perelshteyn, Strugatsky 5.0, 28-34. Baginskaite, Paschall, Lapshun, Vucic, Altounian, Ambartsoumian, Pixton 4.5, 35-42. E. Donaldson, Battsetseg, Kaufman, Gurevich, Kriventsov, Mikhailuk Kalikshteyn, G. Sagalchik 4.0, 43-48. Epstein, O. Sagalchik, Hoekstra, J. Donaldson, Saidy, Lipman 3.5, 49-52. Groberman, Airapetian, Friedman, Zlotnikov 3.0, 53-55. Hahn, Tsai, Levina 2.5, 56. Itkis 0.5
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Photo: The playing hall | Source: Seattle Chess Foundation