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National K-12 Grade Championships 2015 Grade 10

us chess k-12The National K-12 Grade Championships took place in Orlando, Florida, USA from the 3rd of December to the 5th December. The event boasted a total attendance of 1725 preregistered players, the highest total since 2003. 289 players competed in the blitz portion of the event, an increase of 79 players since last year. In the K-12 blitz, Andrew Liu from Massachusetts emerged victorious, while Arai Gordon Lee from Kansas won the K-6 Blitz portion.

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John Gabriel Ludwig (2414) from Florida is victorious in a field of 83 participants, scoring an almost perfect 6.5/7 points. Sam Lander Cabrera Capocyan (2217) from Texas secures silver; William Graif (2239) from New York wins the bronze, with both of them having 6 points in 7 games.

Full Standings

No. Name St Rate Pts
1 Ludwig, John Gabriel FL 2414 6.5
2 Capocyan, Sam Lander  Cabrera TX 2217 6
3 Graif, William NY 2239 6
4 Li, Ethan NY 2343 5.5
5 Karp, Eli M LA 1974 5.5
6 Cremisi, Daniel Josef NC 2241 5
7 He, Tommy TX 2292 5
8 Pinisetti, Prateek AZ 2084 5
9 Bronfeyn, Daniel IL 2103 5
10 Wu, Gary FL 1911 5
11 Wang, Warren NY 2159 5
12 Moazami, Amir NY 2099 5
13 Davis, Diante NY 1862 5
14 Davis III, Tyrone NY 2034 5
15 Dhar, Swarup NY 1725 5
16 Rychkov, Roman NJ 1968 4.5
17 Avirneni, Saithanusri GA 1797 4.5
18 Mason, Samuel Reed UT 1919 4.5
19 Marquez Pereira, Juan Eduardo FL 2117 4.5
20 Keisler, Philip Gomory MD 1726 4.5
21 Gilman, Gershon MA 1516 4.5
22 Stoyanovich, Brandon FL 1839 4
23 Lau, Jonathan Christopher FL 1954 4
24 Regassa, Daniel NY 1394 4
25 Yu, Zachary NY 1852 4
26 Ashbel, Zachary FL 1494 4
27 Breskin, Nicklas NY 1841 4
28 Hinds, Ethan FL 1645 4
29 Wnek, James Patrick Sheridan FL 1624 4
30 Reeder, Charlie Parker NY 1724 4
31 Tammara, Maanas Raghav PA 1595 4
32 Barayev, Jacob NY 1500 4
33 Dalhouse, Tristan NY 1835 4
34 Peters, Shaina I NY 1699 4
35 Wheelock, Charlie LA 1587 4
36 Draganoff, Daniel NJ 1555 4
37 Pointer, John Michael FL 1222 4
38 Perkins, Josiah OR 1672 3.5
39 Flores, Michael NJ 1148 3.5
40 Illukpitiya, Binula Hansaja TN 1709 3.5
41 Gubbins, Philip FL 1388 3.5
42 Dreizen, Rose NY 1683 3.5
43 Johnson, Keith NJ 1554 3.5
44 Stallard, Thomas Michael FL 1286 3.5
45 Chirino, Kendrick FL 1184 3.5
46 Rodriguez, Daniel FL 1021 3.5
47 Gutta, Sajan Jai FL 1626 3
48 Esposito, Anthony NJ 1338 3
49 Lai, Jasen OH 1822 3
50 Sorrentino, Marc NJ 1383 3
51 Yurgel, Stefek NY 1571 3
52 Skelton, Kenneth Alan NJ 968 3
53 Sanchez, Jose M FL 1327 3
54 Utsey, Zion DC 1179 3
55 Williams, Joshua CO 1367 3
56 Fitzgerald, Brendan Joseph NJ 1282 3
57 Witt, Lachlan NJ 1283 3
58 Hakkenberg, Christopher NJ 1319 3
59 Bermudez, John-Gabriel Diego NJ 871 3
60 Madarang, Lance Paolo FL 1023 3
61 Notaro, Matthew Yung-Hoon NJ 906 3
62 Sibbitt, Camille FL 1454 2.5
63 Alvarez, Fernando FL 1136 2.5
64 Martinez, Jose FL 354 2.5
65 Rizzo, Steven PA 745 2.5
66 Bustinza, Izaac Ian TX 1421 2.5
67 Olivas, Savannah FL 1048 2.5
68 Fischer, Jordan FL 2.5
69 Haberkorn, John FL 946 2
70 Garcia, Megan FL 1186 2
71 Chin, William Timothy NY 1340 2
72 Gilbride, Michael NJ 904 2
73 Miles, Anderson NY 949 2
74 Gomez, Francisco FL 891 2
75 Dalton, Andrew Ernest NJ 936 2
76 Greene, Carson Robert GA 2
77 Quevedo, Leonardo FL 2
78 Greenwald Jr, Thomas Andrew NJ 704 2
79 Lopez, Carolina L FL 146 1.5
80 Colon, Brian FL 533 1
81 Shivdat, Shawn Shiamkarran GA 1
82 Jokhai, Jonathan GA 0

 

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