Galway Congress 2017

See the Tournament Orangiser’s Report and IM Craig Pritchett’s record of his Round 6 game against Constantin Vogel.

The final standings and crosstables are as follows:

Masters

Final Standings

Place Name                Title Score

  1   Korneev, Oleg       GM    5    
  2   Lopez, Alex         IM    4.5  
 3-4  Baburin, Alexander  GM    4    
      Pritchett, Craig W. IM    4    
 5-7  Heidenfeld, Mark    IM    3.5  
      Short, Philip       FM    3.5  
      Cafolla, Peter            3.5  
8-10  Vogel, Constantin         3    
      Fox, Anthony              3    
      Ruchko, Denis             3    
11-12 Aoustin, Arnaud           2.5  
      Dunne, Thomas Jr          2.5  
13-14 McMahon, Pat              2    
      Dwyer, Daniel             2    
 15   O'Toole, Lorcan           1.5  
 16   Boyle, Bernard            0.5  

Cross Table


No  Name                Loc  Total  1    2    3    4    5    6  

1.  Korneev, Oleg       2590 5      9:W  5:W  2:D  4:W  6:W  3:D
2.  Baburin, Alexander  2440 4     10:W  6:W  1:D  3:L  4:D 14:W
3.  Lopez, Alex         2387 4.5   11:W  7:W  4:L  2:W 10:W  1:D
4.  Heidenfeld, Mark    2319 3.5     :D  8:W  3:W  1:L  2:D  6:D
5.  Pritchett, Craig W. 2283 4     12:W  1:L 14:W  6:L  7:W 10:W
6.  Short, Philip       2239 3.5   13:W  2:L 16:W  5:W  1:L  4:D
7.  Aoustin, Arnaud     2080 2.5   14:W  3:L 10:L  8:W  5:L 11:D
8.  Cafolla, Peter      1976 3.5   16:W  4:L  9:D  7:L 11:W 13:W
9.  Fox, Anthony        1969 3      1:L 15:W  8:D 10:L 12:D 16:W
10. Vogel, Constantin   1960 3      2:L 13:W  7:W  9:W  3:L  5:L
11. Dwyer, Daniel       1889 2      3:L 14:L 15:W 12:D  8:L  7:D
12. Dunne, Thomas Jr    1837 2.5    5:L 16:L 13:D 11:D  9:D 15:W
13. Boyle, Bernard      1831 .5     6:L 10:L 12:D 15:L 16:L  8:L
14. Ruchko, Denis       1784 3      7:L 11:W  5:L 16:W 15:W  2:L
15. O'Toole, Lorcan     1753 1.5     :D  9:L 11:L 13:W 14:L 12:L
16. McMahon, Pat        1688 2      8:L 12:W  6:L 14:L 13:W  9:L

Majors

Final Standings

Place Name                          Score M-Buch.

  1   Young, Christopher            5        
  2   Mohylna, Anastasia            4.5      
  3   Danaher, James                4.5      
      Murtagh, Robert               4.5      
  5   Rawlinson, Jason              4.5      
  6   Naughton, James               4.5      
  7   Murphy, Adam                  4.5      
  8   McCarthy, D. Gerry            4        
  9   Zelenchuk, Daniil             4        
 10   O'Sullivan, Tom               4    
 11   Nemeth, Zalan                 3.5      
 12   Foenander, Phillip            3.5      
 13   Ferguson, Dayna               3.5      
 14   Ramachandran, Linges Chandran 3.5      
 15   Daly, Aaron                   3.5      
 16   McCarrick, Pat                3.5      
 17   Baird, David                  3        
 18   Hunter, Eoin                  3        13.0
 19   Dunne, John P.                3        12.5
 20   Divilly, Paddy                3        
 21   Donohoe, Eugene               3        
 22   Abberton, Eamonn              2.5      
 23   Ward, Paul                    2.5      
 24   Ellard, Rory                  2.5      
 25   Zelenchuk, Dmitry             2.5      
 26   Hensey, John                  2.5      
      MacGowan, Sean                2.5      
 28   Hayden, Luke                  2.5      
 29   Menon, Sanjay                 2.5      
 30   Gupta, Utkarsh                2.5      
 31   Scott, Shay                   2.5      
 32   Reid, Joseph                  2        
 33   Kelly, Martin                 2        
 34   Higgins, Kenneth              2        
      Hearne, Catherine             2        
 36   Kirby, Con                    2        
 37   Murray, Sam                   1.5      
 38   Jordan, Felix                 1.5      
 39   Barber, Andrew                1.5      
 40   Danaher, Stephen              1        
 41   Silva, Carlos                 1        
 42   Calleja, Felix                0.5      
 43   Hegarty, Conall               0.5      

Cross Table

No  Name                        Loc  Total  1    2    3    4    5    6  

1.  Hegarty, Conall             1692 .5    20:L 41:D 30:L   :    :    : 
2.  McCarthy, D. Gerry          1686 4     21:L 29:W 13:W 17:D 19:W  5:D
3.  Calleja, Felix              1685 .5      :    :    :    :    :  33:D
4.  Young, Christopher          1684 5     22:W 19:W 12:L 15:W 28:W  8:W
5.  Danaher, James              1674 4.5   23:W 16:W 20:W 21:W  8:L  2:D
6.  Higgins, Kenneth            1657 2     24:L 27:W 31:W 28:L 22:L   : 
7.  Silva, Carlos               1656 1     25:W 20:-   :    :    :    : 
8.  Mohylna, Anastasia          1633 4.5   27:W 24:W 15:D 12:W  5:W  4:L
9.  Rawlinson, Jason            1628 4.5   29:W 21:L 25:W 20:W 10:D 23:W
10. Nemeth, Zalan               1604 3.5   31:L 33:W 34:W 24:W  9:D 22:L
11. Reid, Joseph                1585 2     32:D 30:W 21:L 18:D 24:L 29:L
12. Murtagh, Robert             1580 4.5   33:W 31:W  4:W  8:L 21:W 16:D
13. Ellard, Rory                1539 2.5   34:W 35:D  2:L 23:D 25:D 26:L
14. Gupta, Utkarsh              1481 2.5   35:L 34:L 33:W 38:W 31:L 36:D
15. Abberton, Eamonn            1466 2.5   37:W 43:W  8:D  4:L 16:L 30:L
16. Naughton, James             1455 4.5   39:W  5:L 36:W 35:W 15:W 12:D
17. Foenander, Phillip          1409 3.5   40:D 32:D 26:W  2:D 23:L 35:W
18. Donohoe, Eugene             1408 3     41:D 36:D 38:D 11:D 35:L 43:W
19. Ward, Paul                  1407 2.5   42:W  4:L 32:D 30:W  2:L 25:L
20. Menon, Sanjay               1402 2.5    1:W  7:+  5:L  9:L 43:D   : 
21. Baird, David                1398 3      2:W  9:W 11:W  5:L 12:L 28:L
22. Murphy, Adam                1398 4.5    4:L 37:D 40:W 32:W  6:W 10:W
23. Ferguson, Dayna             1393 3.5    5:L 39:W 41:W 13:D 17:W  9:L
24. O'Sullivan, Tom             1386 4      6:W  8:L 43:W 10:L 11:W 31:W
25. Ramachandran,Linges Candran 1378 3.5    7:L 42:W  9:L 36:W 13:D 19:W
26. Daly, Aaron                 1376 3.5     :D 38:D 17:L 37:D 40:W 13:W
27. Barber, Andrew              1375 1.5    8:L  6:L 37:D 40:L 33:D 39:D
28. Zelenchuk, Daniil           1374 4       :D 40:W 35:D  6:W  4:L 21:W
29. Divilly, Paddy              1366 3      9:L  2:L 39:W 41:D 37:D 11:W
30. McCarrick, Pat              1355 3.5     :D 11:L  1:W 19:L 38:W 15:W
31. Dunne, John P.              1319 3     10:W 12:L  6:L 42:W 14:W 24:L
32. Scott, Shay                 1294 2.5   11:D 17:D 19:D 22:L 41:W   : 
33. Danaher, Stephen            1288 1     12:L 10:L 14:L 39:L 27:D  3:D
34. Kirby, Con                  1274 2     13:L 14:W 10:L 43:L 42:D 37:D
35. Hunter, Eoin                1249 3     14:W 13:D 28:D 16:L 18:W 17:L
36. Zelenchuk, Dmitry           1245 2.5     :D 18:D 16:L 25:L 39:W 14:D
37. Hensey, John                1230 2.5   15:L 22:D 27:D 26:D 29:D 34:D
38. Kelly, Martin               1230 2       :D 26:D 18:D 14:L 30:L 41:D
39. Jordan, Felix               1228 1.5   16:L 23:L 29:L 33:W 36:L 27:D
40. Murray, Sam                 1223 1.5   17:D 28:L 22:L 27:W 26:L 42:L
41. Hearne, Catherine           1203 2     18:D  1:D 23:L 29:D 32:L 38:D
42. Hayden, Luke                1198 2.5   19:L 25:L   :W 31:L 34:D 40:W
43. MacGowan, Sean              1160 2.5     :W 15:L 24:L 34:W 20:D 18:L

Minors

Final Standings

Place Name                      Score M-Buch.

  1   O'Connor, Hugh            6        
 2-5  O'Sullivan, Aidan         4.5      
      Gopal, Kavanadala Sridhar 4.5      
      Kozlovs, Andrejs          4.5      15.0
      Murphy, Dylan             4.5      11.5
6-10  Delee, Bill               4        
      McIntyre, Jack            4        14.5
      Verma, Ritik              4        
      Castle, Aoife             4        
      Wong, Winnie Yee Ching    4        12.5
11-17 Piercy, David             3.5      
      Dwyer, Padraig            3.5      
      Ryder, Kynesha            3.5      
      Hehir, Sean               3.5      
      Hunter, Dave              3.5      
      Singh, Jasvinderpal       3.5      
      Kashanin, Daniil          3.5      
18-23 Kirby, Neal               3        
      Coveney, Maurice J.       3        
      Finnerty, Ian             3        
      Suker, Stanislav          3        
      McGann, John              3        
      Gallagher, Maureen        3        
24-27 Haslehurst, Harriet       2.5      
      Delahunty, Alan           2.5      
      Prasad, Hari              2.5      
      Burns, Robert             2.5      
28-32 Finnerty, Andrew          2        
      Suker, Ivica              2        
      Binu Daniel, Nived        2        
      Yarema, Markian           2        
      Burke, Christopher        2        
33-34 McAleer, John             1.5      
      Neilan, Marsha            1.5      
35-37 Jordan, Neasa             1        
      Hunter, Liam              1        
      Senthilkumar, Jeothish    1        
38-39 Tarpey, Paddy             0        
      Glennon, Matthew          0        

Cross Table


No  Name                      Loc  Total  1    2    3    4    5    6  

1.  Delee, Bill               1163 4     19:W 12:D 16:L 18:W 13:D 17:W
2.  O'Sullivan, Aidan         1146 4.5   20:W 11:W  8:W  3:W 10:L 16:D
3.  Haslehurst, Harriet       1138 2.5   21:W 14:D 18:W  2:L 17:L 23:L
4.  Dwyer, Padraig            1129 3.5   22:W 13:W 10:L 12:D 14:W  8:L
5.  Prasad, Hari              1114 2.5   23:W 16:L 20:D 21:L 24:L 38:W
6.  Verma, Ritik              1027 4     24:W 17:D 26:W  7:W 12:D 10:L
7.  Delahunty, Alan           1022 2.5   25:W 18:D 14:W  6:L 19:L 21:L
8.  Gopal, Kavanadala Sridhar      4.5   27:W 28:W  2:L 19:D 21:W  4:W
9.  Coveney, Maurice J.       1004 3     28:L 27:W 21:D 20:W 37:D 11:L
10. O'Connor, Hugh            957  6     29:W 33:W  4:W 16:W  2:W  6:W
11. Castle, Aoife             936  4     30:W  2:L 22:W 28:L 33:W  9:W
12. Piercy, David             925  3.5   31:W  1:D 17:W  4:D  6:D 19:L
13. Kirby, Neal               905  3     32:W  4:L 23:D 24:W  1:D 28:L
14. Burns, Robert             890  2.5   34:W  3:D  7:L 26:W  4:L 24:L
15. McGann, John              873  3     33:L 29:W 28:L 37:L 31:W 36:W
16. Kozlovs, Andrejs          872  4.5   35:W  5:W  1:W 10:L 28:W  2:D
17. Ryder, Kynesha            870  3.5   38:W  6:D 12:L 23:W  3:W  1:L
18. Hunter, Dave              852  3.5   37:W  7:D  3:L  1:L 27:W 26:W
19. Murphy, Dylan             849  4.5    1:L 31:W 38:W  8:D  7:W 12:W
20. Suker, Ivica              848  2      2:L 30:W  5:D  9:L 26:D 34:L
21. Singh, Jasvinderpal       840  3.5    3:L 34:W  9:D  5:W  8:L  7:W
22. Suker, Stanislav               3      4:L 32:W 11:L 38:W 34:W 37:L
23. Kashanin, Daniil          754  3.5    5:L 35:W 13:D 17:L 29:W  3:W
24. Hehir, Sean               715  3.5    6:L 37:D 36:W 13:L  5:W 14:W
25. McAleer, John             685  1.5    7:L   :D   :L 34:L 36:L 29:W
26. Binu Daniel, Nived        611  2       :D 36:W  6:L 14:L 20:D 18:L
27. Yarema, Markian           594  2      8:L  9:L 31:W 32:W 18:L 33:L
28. McIntyre, Jack            563  4      9:W  8:L 15:W 11:W 16:L 13:W
29. Hunter, Liam              492  1     10:L 15:L 35:W 33:L 23:L 25:L
30. Burke, Christopher        467  2     11:L 20:L 34:L 39:W 38:W   : 
31. Finnerty, Andrew          431  2     12:L 19:L 27:L 36:W 15:L   :W
32. Senthilkumar, Jeothish         1     13:L 22:L   :W 27:L   :    : 
33. Finnerty, Ian                  3     15:W 10:L 37:L 29:W 11:L 27:W
34. Gallagher, Maureen             3     14:L 21:L 30:W 25:W 22:L 20:W
35. Glennon, Matthew               0     16:L 23:L 29:L   :    :    : 
36. Neilan, Marsha                 1.5     :D 26:L 24:L 31:L 25:W 15:L
37. Wong, Winnie Yee Ching         4     18:L 24:D 33:W 15:W  9:D 22:W
38. Jordan, Neasa                  1     17:L   :W 19:L 22:L 30:L  5:L
39. Tarpey, Paddy                  0       :    :    :  30:L   :    : 

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Friday 10th to Sunday 12th March 2017

Venue: Menlo Park Hotel, Galway

In the event of a tie for any prize, the prize money for a place prize will be shared between all players on the same number of points. The grading prizes, and the trophies for the winner of the Masters and Minor and for the ConnaughtChampion, will be awarded by a tie-break using the following criteria, in this order:
first, Median-Buchholz; second, Buchholz; third, greater number of games with black; fourth, progressive scores; fifth, average ICU rating of opponents [will not apply if any player has played two or more unrated players]; sixth, toss of a coin.

Which Section can I play in?

Current ICU ratings apply, as shown in the ICU ratings list published in early February 2017. (If you do not have an ICU rating, but have another national rating or a FIDE rating, then the last such rating published on or before 1 February 2017 is the one we will use.)

We allow some flexibility on these rating bands, as shown below.
(a) Players with an ICU rating within 50 points of each rating band floor will be allowed to float up to the immediately higher section if they wish.
(b) Players who have had a published ICU rating in the past 2 years which is on or above the floors specified in the table above (i.e., 1800 and 1200), may use that rating to float up if they wish.
(c) The winner of any section in 2016 may play in the next higher section in 2017, should they wish.
Entrants without a current rating will be allocated at the organizers’ discretion.

Prizes

No player may win more than one prize; if you are eligible for two prizes, you will receive the larger one. [For instance, if you have a rating of 1200 and win the Major, you will receive the €300 first prize, but you won’t get a grading prize as well. But if you end up in a five-way tie for third in the Major, which would give you a prize of €20, and are also eligible for a grading prize of €50, you will get the grading prize.]
A player who cannot provide evidence of playing strength may only be awarded 50% of any prize money (except for first, second, or third prize in the Masters), at the organizers’ discretion.
The amount awarded in grading prizes may be altered (up or down) depending on the number of entries.

Playing Schedule

Round 1: 8 pm Friday March 10th

Round 2: 10 am Saturday March 11th

Round 3: 2.30 pm Saturday March 11th

Round 4: 7 pm Saturday March 11th

Round 5: 10 am Sunday March 12th

Round 6: 2.15 pm Sunday March 12th

Players who arrive at the board an hour or more late will forfeit the game. If you are travelling and realise that you will arrive late, it would be a great help if you could contact the organizers at 087 2369387 before the start of the round.

Time limit: 90 minutes for the game, plus an increment of 10 seconds from move 1. In the Masters, the increment will be 15 seconds, at the ICU’s insistence.
(Note: this depends on us being able to source enough clocks. We will keep you informed here about any changes in the time limit.)

We hope to be able to provide both sets and clocks, but it would be a help if you could bring a set and clock, in case we are overwhelmed by late entries.

In accordance with standard international practice, the organizers have the right to refuse any entry without giving a reason. In such a case, the entry fee will be refunded in full; that is, we will bear any transaction costs imposed by PayPal.
Anybody who pays the entry fee and then has to withdraw should notify the organizers in good time and certainly before Friday March 10th (if that is possible); in such a case the entry fee will be returned, less any transaction costs. Entry fees will not be returned to anybody who does not show up without notifying us in advance, unless notifying us was impossible.

Other Tournament Rules

The current FIDE rules of chess will apply (available here), with the following variant:

Mobile phones:
The new FIDE rules on mobile phones, introduced on 1 July 2014, will not apply. However, you are strongly urged not to bring mobile phones or other electronic devices to the event. If you do bring a mobile phone, or any device containing a chess programme, it must be completely switched off for the entire duration of your game, and must always be completely switched off in the playing venue whilst any game is still being played. If any player’s mobile phone makes any noise during their game, that player automatically loses the game. If you are found using or consulting such a device (or having any communication from anyone else who is using or consulting such a device) whilst your game is in progress, you will immediately lose your game and be expelled from the tournament; a report will be prepared for the ICU, which might impose further sanctions.
If you feel that you have to be in contact with the outside world during your game – perhaps because you expect an urgent and important message – you should consult an arbiter, who will do what he can to help you by looking after your phone for you. In no circumstances will you be allowed to use any communication device yourself during your game.
Spectators (including parents) must not have a mobile phone, or any device capable of containing a chess programme, switched on in the playing venue whilst any game is still being played. Note that the “playing venue” includes all the areas which a player has access to during their game, including the toilets, bar, lobby and smoking area.
If you suspect a player is using a mobile phone or device containing a chess programme, you should immediately inform an arbiter; you should not attempt to intervene yourself.

Note also that the following rule will apply:
Keeping score:
You are required to keep a record of the moves in your game so long as you have 5 minutes left on your clock, irrespective of how much time the opponent has left. Once your time goes below 5 minutes you may either continue to keep recording the moves or stop doing so, at your discretion. If the time shown on your clock subsequently rises above 5 minutes, you are not required to resume recording the moves.

Connaught Chess Championship

The Galway congress will incorporate the Connaught Chess Championship; the title of Champion will be awarded to the highest placed player in the Masters who was either born in Connaught, or who has lived in Connaught for the past 12 months. (Proof of qualification may be required.) The Connaught Champion will receive the Connaught Chess Champion trophy, and will be nominated by the Irish Chess Union for entry to the 2017 British Chess Championship, with some financial assistance also provided by the ICU. [This title does not count as a ‘prize’, and so the Connaught Champion may also retain any prize money won.]

Accommodation

Tournament Venue:
Menlo Park Hotel, Galway
menloparkhotel.com 091-761122

Menlo Park Hotel is a modern 4-star hotel providing good accommodation, bars, restaurant, and has ample free parking. The hotel is located just off the Galway ring road, so it is very easy to get to. It is within walking distance of Galway city centre.

We have secured the following B&B rates for the congress weekend, and have pre-reserved rooms for Congress players’ use

€95.00 for Friday night and €109 for Saturday night for a Double / Twin

€79.00 for Friday night and €95 for Saturday night for a Single Room

To book at this reduced rate phone
(+353) (0)91 761122 (ask for Room Reservations) or email reservations@menloparkhotel.com, mentioning the Chess Congress. Rooms are being held for us only until 26th February, so please book by then.

The Menlo Park Hotel has also offered us the following special deals:

You can upgrade to a Superior King room including bathrobes, slippers, chocolates and water for €20 per night.

If you stay on for the Sunday night (or arrive early and stay on Thursday night) the cost per night will be €79 for double / twin or €65 for a single room.
 

Room-Share Service

Since it is obviously quite a lot cheaper to share a room, we will offer a Room-Share service, in which we put in touch with each other people who wish to share a room with another player but do not have anyone in particular to share with. Email us before 26 February and we will send the names and addresses of other potential room-sharers to you; it is then up to you to discuss arrangements and book the room yourselves. Of course, the tournament organizers will not be responsible for any mishaps that might occur between room sharers.

Other accommodation

The nearest other hotel to the venue is the Maldron Hotel Sandy Road, which is just across the road. The nearest B&Bs are Teach na Coiribe (091 770342), Lios Inis (091 767753), and Saint Anthony’s. Other places to stay nearby are Woodberry Cottage (091 765724 ) and the Travelodge.

There are many other B&Bs and hotels within a 30 minute walk of the Menlo Park Hotel. You can try searching the Irish Tourist Board site: search for places in Galway City. You can’t book on this site, but it gives information about where you can book. Also TripAdvisor and the main booking sites all contain large lists of places to stay in Galway city, with readers’ comments.

Hostels

There are many hostels in the centre of Galway City, a 2 kilometre walk from the playing venue, for instance Barnacles Hostel, Snoozles Hostel, Kinlay Hostel, and Sleepzone.

 

 

Enquiries

Enquiries are welcomed to GalwayChess@gmail.com (preferably),
or to Fiona Cormican on 087 2369387.

Entry

Entry fees are as follows:
Standard: €40
Student, retired, under 16, unemployed: €35

A discount of €10 applies if entry fee received on or before 26th February 2017.
A discount of €20 applies for players rated 2000-2199 (ICU) if entry received on or before 10th February.
Players rated 2200 or over (ICU) can enter for free by emailing their details to galwaychess@gmail.com on or before 10th February.
A surcharge of €15 applies to entries received on the day of the tournament.

Late entries: You may enter at the venue on the day of the first round (March 10th) before 7.30 p.m., but there is a surcharge of €15 for those who enter that way, as it is a considerable extra inconvenience for the organisers.
Entries received at the venue after 7.30 on March 10th will be accepted, to start the tournament in round 2; we will try to put such entries into round 1 if that is possible, paired manually against another latecomer, but that cannot be guaranteed. Any such late entry that is not included in the round 1 draw will receive no points for round 1.

Note: we have reduced the entry fees by €5 for this year only. This is because there will be some renovation work going on in the hotel in March. There will be no problem from building noise, as they do not work at the weekend, and there will be no alteration at all to the playing venue, but we will not have exclusive use of an area for analysis, and, as the hotel restaurant will not be available there may be more pressure on the hotel’s bar facilities. We have no doubt that the hotel arrangements will be perfectly adequate (otherwise we would not have gone ahead with the Congress at that time), but as they may not be quite up to the standards we set ourselves, we are reducing entry fees as a gesture to players.
All entrants resident in Ireland should be a member of the Irish Chess Union; to join, see icu.ie/shop

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2 Comments

  1. Sean MacGowan says:

    Thanks to all involved in organising the Galway Chess Congress. Really enjoyed it, the atmosphere, the setting and the overall running.

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