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OCR Chess Tournament - June 2007

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OVERCLOCKED REMIX CHESS TOURNAMENT

JUNE 2007

For those of you who remember the June 2006 tournament, this will be the ultimate revival. Even though my interest is certainly waning, I'd like to recommit to OCR Chess. I think that this was one of our most successful tournaments last year, and it'd certainly be nice to see something like it happen again...so, here are the rules:

TO JOIN, post your AIM screen name in this thread.

Registration ends Sunday, June 10th @ 13:43:40 Pacific Time.

Wins = 3 pts, Draws = 2 pts, Losses = 1 pt.

10/15 clocks, one game only, color is irrelevant.

PHASE ONE - ENDS Sunday, June 17th @ 13:43:40 Pacific Time.

"Round-Robin," play everyone else ONCE.

PHASE TWO - ENDS Sunday, June 24th @ 13:43:40 Pacific Time.

"Round-Robin," involving the top 5 or 6 players from Phase One.

PHASE THREE

Single-game playoff final between the top 2 players from the Phase Two.

GOOD LUCK!

HAVE FUN!

and...

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I've usually been pretty good about getting my games done, so I'm sorry I said I would play this last month and proceeded to barely be around. I hope I'll do better this time. I probably won't be able to play much when I'm in China since my sleep schedule will be opposite everyone else's. (But maybe I'll play Dr. Wily.)

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I was able to beat Kamoh due to some sneaky trading.

;Title: Yahoo! Chess Game
;White: cpt1337
;Black: metzgerism
;Date: Mon May 28 21:56:20 GMT 2007

1. g1-f3 b8-c6
2. d2-d4 e7-e5
3. f3xe5 c6xe5
4. d4xe5 d8-e7
5. f2-f4 f7-f6
6. e5xf6 e7xf6
7. b1-c3 c7-c6
8. e2-e4 d7-d6
9. d1-d3 c8-d7
10. c1-d2 o-o-o
11. o-o-o g8-e7
12. e4-e5 d6xe5
13. c3-e4 d7-f5
14. d3xd8+ c8xd8
15. e4xf6 e7-d5
16. f6xd5 c6xd5
17. f4xe5 d8-d7
18. f1-b5+ d7-e6
19. d2-f4 f8-c5
20. b5-d3 f5xd3
21. d1xd3 h8-f8
22. f4-e3 c5xe3+
23. d3xe3 d5-d4
24. e3-e4 d4-d3
25. c2xd3 f8-c8+
26. c1-b1 g7-g5
27. g2-g4 h7-h6
28. h1-d1 c8-d8
29. d3-d4 e6-d5
30. e4-e2 b7-b5
31. e5-e6 b5-b4
32. e6-e7 d8-e8
33. e2-e5+ d5-d6
34. d1-e1 d6-d7
35. b1-c2 e8-c8+
36. c2-b3 c8-e8
37. b3xb4 a7-a5+
38. b4-c5 e8-c8+
39. c5-b6 c8-c6+
40. b6xa5 d7-c7
41. e5-c5 c7-d7
42. c5xc6 d7xc6
43. e7-e8+ c6-d5
44. e8-e5+ d5-c4
45. e1-c1+ c4-d3
46. c1-c3+ d3-d2
47. e5-g3 h6-h5
48. g3-g2+ d2-d1
49. c3-f3 h5xg4
50. f3-f1++

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;Title: Yahoo! Chess Game
;White: damathacus
;Black: cpt1337
;Date: Thu May 31 02:04:26 GMT 2007

1. d2-d4 d7-d5
2. c2-c4 c7-c6
3. c4xd5 c6xd5
4. b1-c3 b8-c6
5. e2-e3 g8-f6
6. f1-b5 c8-d7
7. d1-a4 a7-a6
8. b5xc6 b7xc6
9. g1-f3 e7-e6
10. o-o c6-c5
11. a4-b3 c5-c4
12. b3-c2 f8-d6
13. f1-e1 d7-c6
14. e3-e4 d5xe4
15. c3xe4 f6xe4
16. e1xe4 c6xe4
17. c2xe4 o-o
18. d4-d5 a8-c8
19. d5xe6 f7xe6
20. e4xe6+ f8-f7
21. f3-g5 c8-c7
22. g5xf7 d8-e7
23. f7-h6+ g8-f8
24. e6-g8++

YOU'LL PAY FOR THIS, CAPTAIN PLANET!

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Victory vs. Nemitor. Pawns can be the most brutal pieces on the board sometimes.

;Title: Yahoo! Chess Game
;White: cpt1337
;Black: nemitor_atimen
;Date: Sat Jun 02 00:09:38 GMT 2007

1. c2-c4 e7-e5
2. e2-e4 g8-f6
3. b1-c3 f8-b4
4. f2-f3 b4xc3
5. d2xc3 o-o
6. c1-g5 c7-c6
7. d1-d6 h7-h6
8. g5xf6 g7xf6
9. c4-c5 b7-b6
10. b2-b4 f6-f5
11. d6xe5 f5xe4
12. f3xe4 f8-e8
13. e5-f4 d7-d5
14. c5-d6 c8-a6
15. o-o-o b6-b5
16. e4-e5 b8-d7
17. g1-f3 e8-f8
18. g2-g3 f7-f6
19. e5-e6 d7-e5
20. e6-e7 d8xd6
21. d1xd6 f8-e8
22. f3xe5 f6xe5
23. f4xe5 c6-c5
24. e5-e6+ g8-h7
25. e6xh6+ h7-g8
26. d6-g6+ g8-f7
27. g6-g7++

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I saw the rook. And thought.

Then I moved the queen. In the path of the rook.

Then he took the queen, then he took everything else, since the queen was holding my entire defense together. It was almost like I subconciously let him wipe out my entire defenses, and gave him my queen.

It was terrible.

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Update: dama continues to hold the lead, with more than twice as many points as the next leading player, and an equal number of points to the rest of the players added together, excluding his nearest competition. He's held this position for over a week now, and the competition appears to be quickly drawing to a close.

Is it not time for the finals now?

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Yeah I'll give you guys a second round sometime this weekend (I've been busy, not interested in chess, and other things).

Both of you are almost certainly in the second round.

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Finals bracket:

(4) Keegan vs. (5) Deductive Dave

(2) dPaladin vs. (3) Bahamut

(1) damathacus vs. (4/5)

(1/4/5) vs. (2/3) Final

If your opponent is MIA, just bypass them and play someone else along the line.

You have one week to finish these matches.

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Finals bracket:

(4) Keegan vs. (5) Deductive Dave

(2) dPaladin vs. (3) Bahamut

(1) damathacus vs. (4/5)

(1/4/5) vs. (2/3) Final

If your opponent is MIA, just bypass them and play someone else along the line.

You have one week to finish these matches.

Righty-o. I think I should win by forfeit.

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Righty-o. I think I should win by forfeit.

you probably will.

If any of you are pissed off at me for saying that, redirect your anger to your bracket opponents.

I predict a double-elimination tournament upcoming.

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