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Make The Right Move, in association with the Eastern New York Chess Association, offers opportunities for kids of all ages and levels of ability to enjoy chess learning and competition. We host 10 FREE tournaments a year around the Capital Region, and through this website and our Facebook page, provide info on lots of additional opportunities to compete, learn and have fun.

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2016-2017 Schedule

TournamentSponsorDateLocationEntry FeeRegister
Contact rightmovechess@gmail.com for sponsoring tournaments.
TRM#109Alampalli Family;
Dr. Ettouney
October 8, 2016Bethlehem Central MS (map)FREERegister
TRM#110Rafferty Family;
Whyte Family
November 5, 2016Griffin Elementary School
(map)
FREERegister
TRM#111Owlview Tax and Accounting;
Evans Family
December 3, 2016Martin Luther King MS (map)FREERegister
TRM#112Dr. Ettouney;
TBD
January 7, 2017Albany HS (map)FREERegister
MLK, KingstonSt. Joseph School, KingstonJanuary 16, 2017St. Joseph's School, Kingston (map) EF: $15, $10Register
TRM#113TBD;
TBD
February 4, 2017Wood Rd. Elementary
(Map)
FREERegister
Miller School--February 25, 2017Miller Chess Club, KingstonFREETBD
TRM#114Ojha family;
TBD
March 4, 2017Bethlehem Central MS (map)FREERegister
TRM#115Central Park MS
TBD
April 1, 2017Central Park Middle School (Map)FREERegister
Elka Park, NYLocal Community; snack & dinner inviteApril 29, 2017Platte Clove School (map)FREERegister
TRM#116TBD;
TBD
May 6, 2017Albany Community Charter School (map)FREERegister
TRM#117Alampalli Family;
TBD
June 17, 2017Albany HS (map)FREERegister
PicnicTBD;
TBD
June 21, 2017CBA 3:00-7:00 PMFREE
Food, awards,
recognitions- Hall of
Fame, Coach, Players
Register

TRM 109 at Bethlehem Central on October 8, 2016

The Right Move Tournament (TRM 109) at Bethlehem Central Middle School on October 8, 2016

Sponsored by Alampalli Family and Dr. Ettouney

Location Address: 332 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar, NY (map)

Come and celebrate National Chess Day weekend with first Right Move chess tournament. Come and have fun! Shop at farmers market outside the tournament hall!

Begin at 10:00 AM. Players should be seated at their table by 9:50 for announcements.

All play four games: (Those who wish to help set up can meet at 8:30 AM)  10:00, 11:30, 1:00, and 2:15; Awards following 4th round completion

Fee: Preregistration (Free) on-line before October 6th and on-site before 9:30 AM to play Round 1.

USCF Rated Sections: Open (above 1400), King (1000-1400), Queen (601-1000), Rook (Under 600)

Non-USCF Member (Unrated) Sections: Awe (Adults Welcome), kNight (Grades 6-12), Bishop (Grades 3-5), Pawn (Grades K-2)

Time Control: (G/25, d/4) for Open Section (affects quick ratings only); (G/30, d5) for all other Sections. 1/2 point byes limited to one.

Awards: Trophies to top three player(s) in each section with 12 or more players (Trophies to top two players in sections less than 12 players). Medals for all with 2.5 points or more.  (Exception: If you score 2 points and you are new to TRM tournaments you qualify for a medal.)

Team Awards: All scholastic players from one team, pick the top four scores and add them (from all sections) to come up with a team score.  Teams scoring more than 10 points get a Team Trophy. (Only scholastic players can be part of the team. Players shall stay with the same team during the entire school year unless they change the school. They have to choose in the first tournament if they want to be part of a School or a Chess Club.)

Vouchers will be available after October 1st to Join/Renew USCF membership for scholastic players age 19 and under. Cost $9 for the year. (Cash or Checks payable to The Right Move. No Credit cards.) If you are interested in USCF membership for this tournament,  see Tournament Director on-site before 9:30 AM. 

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Right Move president Sandeep and Executive Director Brother John playing a friendly game at Madison Street Fair on September 18, 2017.

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Playing chess while having fun – motto of Right Move in action – at Madison Street Fair on September 18, 2016.

Advance Registrations (as of September 29, 2016 09:00 PM): 

USCF (rated) Sections:

  1. Sandeep Alampalli, AA, Open
  2. Yashna Hasija Queen
  3. Dharini Madadi, AA, 6, Rook
  4. Victor Nelson EGCC Rook
  5. Shivansh Patel Poughkeepsie 6 Queen
  6. Nicholas Rappazzo EGCC 9 Queen
  7. Pradham Rodda Boght Hills 6 Rook
  8. Rylen Rosenswig, Delaware community school, 5, Rook
  9. Deon Santhosh Bethlehem 5 King
  10. Bowen Yu CCC Rook
  11. Sicheng Yu, CCC, Queen
  12. Henry Zheng CCC 6 Queen

Unrated Sections

  1. Mahen Bitkuri, Pinebush ES, 5, Bishop
  2. Khassan ElDebek, Ballston Spa HS, 12, King
  3. Prisha Hasija Pawn
  4. Rohit Hasija AWE
  5. Mary Livingston EGCC Adult Awe
  6. Ryan Martinkat, Boght Hills, 6, Knight
  7. Adarsh Neti, Tesago Elementary, 3, Bishop
  8. Medha Neti, Acadia Middle School, 6, Knight
  9. Prabhakar Neti, Acadia Middle School, AWE
  10. Christopher Soler, Home Educated, 6, Knight
  11. Jacob Stansbury Hamagrael 5 Bishop
  12. Aarya Tyagi Boght Hills 6 Knight
  13. Thihansa Waduthanthree, Dorothy Nolan ES, 2, Pawn
  14. Mikolaj Wloszczynski Slingerland Elementary School 3 Bishop
  15. Joel Wong Karigon 2 Pawn
  16. Ken Zheng AWE

Upper Madison Street Fair Chess 12:00 Noon – 5:00 Sunday, September 18

Come watch, learn, participate and enjoy chess on all levels at the Madison Ave. Street Fair, 1060 Madison Ave., Sunday, September 18. (http://www.uppermadison.org/) Sets and boards provided.  Have fun teaching/learning/competing with some great people in the outdoors.  Bring your friends and challenge the best. Be sure to visit the exciting and exotic exhibits as Madison Avenue delights and entertains! Photos below show the fun kids were having last year at this venue.

President Sandeep Alampalli teaching chess at the Fair

President Sandeep Alampalli teaching chess at the Fair

Executive Director Brother John McManus and President Sandeep Alampalli watching chess games at the fair

Executive Director Brother John McManus and President Sandeep Alampalli watching chess games at the fair

Oct. 10 at the Plaza: Hispanic Heritage Festival

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with this tribute to Latin culture. Rich in tradition, the Hispanic community comes together in the Empire State Plaza Convention Center for a colorful pageantry of live music, dance, food, and family friendly activities.

From a young age, salsa singer Michael Stuart was influenced by his uncle, bandleader Israel “Timbalero” Stuart, and his father’s love for music. Playing together at home with his mentors, Stuart became familiar with the percussion instruments and melodies that laid the groundwork for modern salsa music. His debut disc “Cuentos de la Vecindad” earned him the Tu Musica Award for Best New Artist in 1997. Career highlights include a 2005 Latin Grammy nomination for Best Tropical-Contemporary Album and nominations for Billboard Music Awards in both 2006 and 2007. The festival will also feature performances by DJ Boy Boy, Luis Damon, and Judy Torres.

Chess from 5:00 – 10:00 Games at 6, 7, 8, 9.  Trophies & medals awarded.  Non rated: fun, casual learning, yet competitive.

Schedule:

  • 5:00pm     DJ Boy Boy
  • 5:45pm     Luis Damon
  • 7:15pm     Judy Torres
  • 8:30pm     Michael Stuart

Proctor’s Blitz Aug 30 Results

“Summer In the City at Proctor’s”, FREE

Schenectady —  5 Rd. Swiss Blitz Chess Tournament

Special Thanks: Karl Adamac furnished on-site instruction and learning opportunities throughout Tuesday’s final.  Also, Deepak and Dilip  had to return to school and contributed much to the Tuesday lunch chess program but were unable to attend the final event.

Ashok Aaron with Schenectady City Mission and Proctors deserve praise for this grand tradition of highlighting the culture and art of chess in this outdoor summer program that culminated on Tuesday, August 30.

Not finalized yet. Awaiting report from National Headquarters concerning a game from the 5th round results.

Congrats to our Champions!! Aug. 6 Summer Clash at Empire State Plaza

SwissSys Standings. Summer Chess Clash at Black Arts & Cultural Festival 2016: AWE

# Place Name Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Tot
1 1 KARL T HECK 1835 W5 W2 W6 W7 4.0
2 2 Walter Mockler 1571 W13 L1 W4 W5 3.0
3 3-4 DAVID W STERNER 1949 W10 D4 W9 U— 2.5
4 Jingxuan Liu 1488 W7 D3 L2 W6 2.5
5 5-6 James Richardson 1090 L1 W10 W13 L2 2.0
6 Satish Iyengar 1291 W8 W9 L1 L4 2.0
7 7-8 Ramzialzaki Wier 684 L4 D8 W11 L1 1.5
8 Chuck Eson 597 L6 D7 L10 W11 1.5
9 9-12 RHAMEL BYNUM 1274 W11 L6 L3 U— 1.0
10 Mahadevan 783 L3 L5 W8 U— 1.0
11 Tamari Rodriguez 350 L9 B— L7 L8 1.0
12 Satish Iyengar 1015 W8 U— U— U— 1.0
13 13 Jayesh Patel 550 L2 F5 L5 U— 0.0

Summer Chess Clash at Black Arts & Cultural Festival 2016

SwissSys Standings. Summer Chess Clash at Black Arts & Cultural Festival 2016: Gr 6 & Below

# Place Name Post Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Tot
1 1 LERCHEN ZHONG 1006 W6 W7 W2 W4 4.0
2 2-3 AARUSH SA IYENGAR 721 X— W8 L1 W7 3.0
3 Rowechen Zhong 911 W14 W5 L4 W8 3.0
4 4-8 BALAJI MAHADEVAN 921 L7 W6 W3 L1 2.0
5 SHIVANSH J PATEL 643 W9 L3 L8 W11 2.0
6 YOCHEN ZHONG 516 L1 L4 W12 W9 2.0
7 DAVID XU 378 W4 L1 W12 L2 2.0
8 Edward Xu 648 W11 L2 W5 L3 2.0
9 9-11 Ibrahim 265 L5 L11 W13 L6 1.0
10 Kashawn 1150 U— U— U— W15 1.0
11 Bowen Zhong 295 L8 W9 L7 L5 1.0
12 12-15 Caleb 132 U— U— L6 U— 0.0
13 Corinne 350 U— U— L9 U— 0.0
14 Pretesh Prakash 517 L3 U— U— U— 0.0
15 Kyaen 350 U— U— U— L10 0.0

 

Casual Chess Play & Free Lessons in Schenectady

Chess in the City

Under the Marquee in front of Proctors

  • 432 State Street, Schenectady, NY 12305
  • Tuesdays – July 5 to August 30th
  • 11:30-1:00 PM

Questions: Contact Dave Lederer at Dlederer@citymission.com

or stop by on Tuesdays between 11:30 and 1:00 PM.

Special event on August 30th–

Blitz tournament: 5 Rounds, 5 minutes for each player!

Exciting prizes for winners and deserving players.

Operated and run by the City Mission of Schenectady
Sponsored by Third Way, City Mission and Proctors

Team Results 2015-2016

2015-16 Final Team Score Standings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRM107 at La Salle School on June 04, 2016:

  1. East Greenbush Chess Club 14.0 (12 players)
  2. Boght Hills/Forts Ferry 13.0 (7 players)
  3. Bethlehem Central 11.5 (7 players)
  4. Albany High School 10.0 (8 players)
  5. Guilderland YMCA Chess Club 6.5 (5 players)
  6. Albany Academies  3.0 (2 players)
  7. Tanglewood of Glens Falls 2.5 (3 players)

TRM106 at ACCS on May 07, 2016:

  1. Boght Hills/Forts Ferry 12.5 (5 players)
  2. Bethlehem Central 12.0 (9 players)
  3. Albany High School 12.0 (8 players)
  4. Albany Community Charter School 11.5 (9 players)
  5. East Greenbush Chess Club 10.5 (8 players)
  6. Guilderland YMCA Chess Club 9.0 (4 players)
  7. Loya 6.0 (3 players)
  8. Albany Academies  6.0 (3 players)
  9. Tanglewood of Glens Falls 3.0 (2 players)
  10. Shaker HS 9.5 (4 players)
  11. Frnasworth Middle School 1.5 (1 player)
  12. Martin Luther King Magnet School 4.5 (2 players)

TRM105 at Library on April 02, 2016:

  1. Rockin’ Rooks of Rhinebeck 15 (7 players)
  2. Bethlehem Central 13.0 (13 players)
  3. East Greenbush Chess Club 12.5 (16 players)
  4. Guilderland YMCA Chess Club 12.0 (11 players)
  5. Albany Community Charter School 11.5 (16 players)
  6. Chinese Community Center 11.5 (8 players)
  7. St. Joseph Mighty Pawns of Kingston 11.0 (20 players)
  8. Tanglewood of Glens Falls 11.0 (19 players)
  9. Boght Hills 11 (8 players)
  10. Albany High School 10.5 (9 players)
  11. Loya 9.0 (3 players)
  12. Albany Academies  9.0 (4 players)

TRM104 at BCMS on March 05, 2016:

  1. East Greenbush Chess Club 13.5 (x players)
  2. Guilderland YMCA Chess Club 13.0 (11 players)
  3. Bethlehem Central 12.5 (26 players)
  4. Colonie Chess Club 11.5 (7 players)
  5. Boght Hills 11.0 (6 players)
  6. Albany High School 10.0 (10 players)
  7. Albany Chinese School  9.5 (6 players)
  8. Albany Academies 8 (6 players)
  9. Tanglewood 7.5 (3 players)
  10. Craig 7.0 (3 players)
  11. Poughkeepsie 6.0  (2 players)
  12. Martin Luther King Magnet School 5.5 (2 players)

TRM103 at WRES on February 27, 2016:

  1. Boght Hills 16.5 (5 players)
  2. Bethlehem Central 14.0 (8 players)
  3. Martin Luther King Magnet School 14.0 (7 players)
  4. Wood Road Elementary School 12.0 (22 players)
  5. East Greenbush Chess Club 11.5 (7 players)
  6. Albany High School 11.0 (5 players)
  7. Tanglewood 10.5 (8 players)
  8. Shaker HS 5.5 (3 players)
  9. Poughkeepsie 5.0  (2 players)
  10. Albany Academies 4 (2 players)
  11. Doane Stuart 4 (1 player)

TRM102 at AHS on February 13, 2016:

  1. Bethlehem Central 14.5 (14 players)
  2. Albany High School 13.5 (11 players)
  3. East Greenbush Chess Club 12.0 (15 players)
  4. Albany Community Charter School 11.5 (9 players)
  5. Shaker HS 11.5 (7 players)
  6. Chinese Community Center 10.5 (5 players)
  7. Rockin’ Rooks of Rhinebeck 10.5 (3 players)
  8. St. Joseph Mighty Pawns of Kingston 10 (16 players)
  9. Boght Hills 10 (6 players)
  10. Albany Academies 9 (5 players)
  11. Hillside Elem. of Niskayuna 5.5 (2 players)
  12. Titusville of Poughkeepsie 4.5 (2 players)
  13. Martin Luther King Magnet School of Schenectady 3.5 (2 players)
  14. Tanglewood of Glens Falls 3 (2 players)
  15. Brown School of Schenectady 3 (1 player)

TRM101 at MLK on January 23, 2016:

  1. Bethlehem Central 13.5 (11 players)
  2. Martin Luther King Magnet School 13.0 (6 players)
  3. East Greenbush Chess Club 12.5 (8 players)
  4. Boght Hills 12.0 (8 players)
  5. Albany High School 11.0 (7 players)
  6. Chinese Community Center 10.0 (4 players)
  7. Albany Academies 5.0 (2 players)
  8. Titusville 5.0 (2 players)
  9. Albany Community Charter School 4.5 (3 players)
  10. Tanglewood Elementary 4.5 (3 players)
  11. Schenectady High 1.0 (1 player)

TRM100 at AHS on January 16, 2016:

  1. Albany High School 14.5 (14 players)
  2. North Colonie 13.5 (8 players)
  3. St. Joseph Mighty pawns 13 (18 players)
  4. Martin Luther King Magnet School 12.0 (9 players)
  5. Albany Community Charter School 12.0 (12 players)
  6. Bethlehem Central 11.5 (12 players)
  7. Boght Hills 11.0 (9 players)
  8. Albany Chinese School 10.0 (5 players)
  9. Albany Academies  9.5 (8 players)
  10. East Greenbush Chess Club 9.0 (8 players)
  11. Tanglewood Elementary 8.5 (8 players)
  12. Brown School 3.5 (1 player)
  13. Schenectady High 3.0 (1 player)

TRM99 at Niskayuna HS on December 5, 2015:

  1. Albany High School 15 (11 players)
  2. Niskayuna High School 13.5 (6 players)
  3. Bethlehem Central 11.5 (8  players)
  4. East Greenbush Chess Club 11.5 (8 players)
  5. Boght Hills 11.5 (6  players)
  6. North Colonie 10.5 (7 players)
  7. Albany Academies  7.5 (4 players)
  8. Albany Community Charter School 6 (7 players)
  9. Martin Luther King Magnet School 3.5 (2 players)

TRM98 at La Salle Institute on November 21, 2015:

  1. East Greenbush 14 (10 Players)
  2. Albany High School 13 (7 Players)
  3. Bethlehem Central 12.5 (10 Players)
  4. Albany Academies 8.5 (5 Players)
  5. La Salle Institute 8.5 (4 Players)
  6. Albany Community Charter School 8 (6 Players)
  7. Bought Hills 8 (4 Players)
  8. Hillside Elementary 6 (2 Players)
  9. Saugerties High School 3 (1 Player)
  10. Woodstock Day School 2 (1 Player)
  11. Martin Luther King Magnet School 1.5 (1 Player)

TRM97 at SUNY on November 7, 2015:

  1. East Greenbush 13.5 (10 Players)
  2. Albany High School 13 (9 players)
  3. St. Joseph Mighty pawns 13 (18 players)
  4. Bethlehem Central Sch Dist 12.5 (13 players)
  5. Albany Community Charter School 11.5 (10 players)
  6. Shaker Junior High School 11.5 (5 players)
  7. Albany Academies 9 (5 players)
  8. Albany Chinese School 7 (4 players)

Fall Classic #2 at Bethlehem Central Middle School on Oct. 24, 2015:
1 Bethlehem 15.5 (21 players)
2 Albany High School 14.0 ( 8 players)
3 East Greenbush 13.0 (10 players)
4 Albany Academies 9.0 (4 players) – Corrected after the tournament
5 Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst 6.0 ( 3 players)
6 Lake Ave. Elementary 2.5 ( 3 players)
7 Woodstock Day School 2.0 ( 1 player)

TRM96 at Albany Academies on Oct. 10, 2015:
1 East Greenbush 12.5 (14 Players)
2 Albany High School 12.5 (9 players)
3 Hetman 12.0 (6 players)
4 Albany Academies 11.5 (9 players)
5 Chinese Community Center 10.5 (6 players)
6 Bethlehem Central Sch Dist 10.0 (6 points)
7 Shaker JHS 8.5 (4 players)
8 Albany Community Charter Sch 6.0 (4 players)
9 Craig 5.5 (2 players)
10 Loya 5.0 (3 players)
11 Glencliff 2.5 (1 player)

TRM 107 at 391 Western Ave in Albany on June 4, 2016

The Right Move Tournament (TRM 107) at 391 Western Ave in Albany on June 4, 2016

Sponsored by Goel Family  Note Change of Address!!

Location Address: La Salle School, 391 Western Ave., Albany 12203 Parking on Partridge Ave and in Parking Lot on Partridge. (map)

Begin at 10:00 AM. Players should be seated at their table by 9:50 for announcements.

All play four games: (Those who wish to help set up can meet at 8:30 AM)  10:00, 11:30, 1:00, and 2:15; Awards following 4th round completion

Fee: Preregistration (Free) on-line before June 2nd and on-site before 9:30 AM to play Round 1.

USCF Rated Sections: Open (above 1400), King (1000-1400), Queen (601-1000), Rook (Under 600)

Non-USCF Member (Unrated) Sections: Awe (Adults Welcome), kNight (Grades 6-12), Bishop (Grades 3-5), Pawn (Grades K-2)

Time Control: (G/25, d/4) for Open Section (affects quick ratings only); (G/30, d5) for all other Sections. 1/2 point byes limited to one.

Awards: Trophies to top three player(s) in each section with 12 or more players except AWE  (Trophies to top two players in sections less than 12 players).

Team Awards: All players (including adults playing in awe section) from one team, pick the top four scores and add them (from all sections) to come up with a team score.  Top 10 teams win a Team Plaque and Certificate suitable for framing.

Advance Registrations (as of June 04, 2016 07:30 AM):  

USCF (rated) Sections:

  1. Jack Berry AHS 10 Queen
  2. Rhamel Bynum Albany High 11 Open
  3. Zachary Calderon Brooklyn Open
  4. Luke Fallati, Rook
  5. Jerry Fan Albany Academy 2 Queen
  6. Liz Gialanella Albany High Queen
  7. Tanmay Goel EGCC Queen
  8. Yashna Hasija EGCC 5 Rook (1/2 pt Bye Rd 1)
  9. Karl Heck 13 Open
  10. Aarush Iyengar Hillside elementary 2 Queen
  11. Ernie Johnson Poug 13 Open
  12. Antonio Lacey Albany High 10 Queen,
  13. Erica Li Ccc Chinese 7 Open
  14. Blaise Loya Loya 3 King
  15. Melodie Loya Loya 5 King
  16. Dharini Madadi AA 5 Rook
  17. Balaji Mahadevan EGCC 4 Queen
  18. Kassi McTague Albany high school 11 King
  19. Aryan Mishra EGCC 4 King
  20. Michael Walter Mockler Hard Knocks 17 Open
  21. Akkhil Morkonda EGCC 5 Rook
  22. Edward Murphy tanglewood elementary 13 Open
  23. juliette Murphy tanglewood elementary 11 King
  24. Luke Murphy tanglewood elementary 6 Queen
  25. Aubrey Nooks Albany High 12 Queen
  26. Nitin Obla Shaker High IX Open
  27. Aaditya Ojha Bethlehem 3 Queen
  28. Shivansh Patel Poughkeepsie 5 Queen
  29. Pranav Puviarasu Boght Hills Elementary 5 Rook
  30. Ethan Rafferty Albany Academies 4 Queen
  31. Nicholas Rappazzo EGCC 8 Queen
  32. Pradham Rodda Boght Hills 5 Rook
  33. Deon Santhosh Bethlehem 4 King
  34. Padraig Scally Guilderland YMCA 1 Rook
  35. David Sterner AHS Open
  36. Ned Van Loan St. Joseph School 5 Queen
  37. Giovanny Vicento AHS 10 Queen
  38. William Wu Bethlehem 5 King
  39. Charles Xue CCC 3rd King
  40. Jeremiah Yin Westmere Elementary School K1 Rook
  41. Bowen Yu ccc Rook
  42. Sicheng Yu CCC 3 Queen
  43. Henry Zheng CCC 5th Rook
  44. Lerchen Zhong 6 Queen
  45. Rowechen Zhong 6 Queen
  46. Yochen Zhong 6 Rook

Unrated Sections:

  1. Ahmed Babiker Albany High 12 Knight
  2. Navin Bhavani Mahesh Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  3. Mahen Bitkuri pinebush elementary 4 Bishop
  4. Noah Droz Cornwall 3 Bishop
  5. Molly Foote Pine Bush 5 Bishop
  6. Shamaal Ford Albany High 10 Knight
  7. Thomas Foote Pine Bush 3 Bishop
  8. Rohit Hasija EGCC 5 AWE
  9. Sebastian Horhota Albany High 9 Knight
  10. Satish Iyengar Hillside AWE
  11. Aayushi Kejriwal Bethlehem 2 Pawn
  12. Mary Livingston EGCC adult AWE
  13. John Mardigian FortsFerry 3 Bishop
  14. Michael Martinkat AWE
  15. Ryan Martinkat Boght Hills 5 Bishop
  16. Bill Matters EGCC AWE
  17. Mahesh Mohandas Bethlehem 13 AWE
  18. Aashrith Morkonda EGCC 1 Pawn
  19. Rithvik Narra tesago elementary 4 Bishop
  20. Ahmad Naveed Albany High 11 Knight
  21. Victor Nelson EGCC AWE
  22. Adarsh Neti Tesago Elementary 2 Pawn
  23. Prabhakar Neti AWE
  24. Nicholas Nystoriak Boght Hills 4 Bishop
  25. Jayesh Patel Poughkeepsie AWE
  26. Purvayi Patil Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  27. Shreya Raghu Bethlehem 5 Bishop (1/2 pt Bye Rd 1 and 0 pt bye Rd 2)
  28. James Richardson Vanderhyden 12 Knight
  29. Arnav Sharma Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  30. Shiyam Vaasan Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  31. Isaac Olupitan Loudonville Christian School 2 Pawn
  32. Aarya Tyagi Boght Hills 5 Bishop
  33. Noah Webster Guilderland YMCA 2 Pawn
  34. Samuel Webster Guilderland YMCA 5 Bishop
  35. David Xu Pawn
  36. Edward Xu Bishop
  37. Ken Zheng CCC AWE

TRM 106 at ACCS on May 7, 2016

The Right Move Tournament (TRM 106) at Albany Community Charter School on May 7, 2016

Sponsored by Albany Community Charter School

Location Address: 65 Krank St, Albany, NY 12202 (map)

Begin at 10:00 AM. Players should be seated at their table by 9:50 for announcements.

All play four games: (Those who wish to help set up can meet at 8:30 AM)  10:00, 11:30, 1:00, and 2:15; Awards following 4th round completion

Fee: Preregistration (Free) on-line before May 5th and on-site before 9:30 AM to play Round 1.

USCF Rated Sections: Open (above 1400), King (1000-1400), Queen (601-1000), Rook (Under 600)

Non-USCF Member (Unrated) Sections: Awe (Adults Welcome), kNight (Grades 6-12), Bishop (Grades 3-5), Pawn (Grades K-2)

Time Control: (G/25, d/4) for Open Section (affects quick ratings only); (G/30, d5) for all other Sections. 1/2 point byes limited to one.

Awards: Trophies to top three player(s) in each section with 12 or more players except AWE  (Trophies to top two players in sections less than 12 players).

Team Awards: All players (including adults playing in awe section) from one team, pick the top four scores and add them (from all sections) to come up with a team score.  Top 10 teams win a Team Plaque and Certificate suitable for framing.

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Advance Registrations (as of May 06, 2016 09:30 PM):  ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED – SEE TD ONSITE BEFORE 9:30 AM TO PLAY ROUND 1.

USCF (rated) Sections:

  1. Sandeep Alampalli, Open
  2. Adam Aleksic Albany High School 9 King
  3. Paul Axel-Lute, Open
  4. Jack Berry Albany High 10 Queen
  5. Rhamel Bynum, AHS 11 Open
  6. Zach Calderón Brooklyn Open
  7. Miguel Cruz Albany High 10 Rook
  8. Danny Diaz Albany High 12 King
  9. Jerry Fan, AA 2 Queen
  10. Liz Gialanella Albany High King
  11. Tanmay Goel EGCC King
  12. Harun Gopal Shaker High school 9 Queen
  13. Yashna Hasija EGCC 5 Rook
  14. Aarush Iyengar Hillside Elementary 2 Queen
  15. Aayushi Kejriwal Bethlehem 2 Rook
  16. Antonio Lacey Albany High 10 Queen
  17. Erica Li CCC 7 King
  18. Blaise Loya, Loya, 3, King
  19. Theo Loya, Loya, K, Rook
  20. Melodie Loya, Loya, 5, King
  21. Balaji Mahadevan, EGCC 4 Queen
  22. Alan Majo, Menands school 8 Open
  23. Benjamin Matsuo, Albany Academy 4 Rook
  24. Kevin E Maxwell, SUNY Delhi Queen
  25. Aryan Mishra EGCC 4 King
  26. Michael Mockler Hard Knocks 17 Open
  27. Edward Murphy tanglewood elementary 13 Open
  28. Luke Murphy tanglewood elementary 6 Queen
  29. Aubrey Nooks Albany High 12 Queen
  30. Arjun Nair Albany academy 4 Rook
  31. Nitin Obla, Shaker, 9, Open
  32. Aaditya Ojha, Slingerlands Queen
  33. Shivansh Patel POUGHKEEPSIE 5 Queen
  34. Pretesh Prakash fms 6 Queen
  35. Pranav Puviarasu, BOGHT HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5 Rook
  36. Ethan Rafferty, AA, 4, Queen
  37. Shreya Raghu Bethlehem 5 Rook
  38. Nicholas Rappazzo, EGCC 8 Queen
  39. Samarth Sahota, Bethlehem Central Schools 4 Rook
  40. Martha Samadashvili AA 6 Open
  41. Deon Santhosh Bethlehem 4 Queen
  42. Padraig Scally, Guilderland YMCA 1 Rook
  43. David Sterner AHS Open
  44. Ned Van Loan St. Joseph School 5 Queen
  45. Carlos Varela Shaker Junior High School N/A Open
  46. Catalina Varela Shaker Junior High School 7 Queen
  47. Tatiana Varela Shaker Junior High School 8 Queen
  48. Giovanny Vicento, AHS 10 Queen
  49. Jared Wargacki EGCC 9 King
  50. William Wu Bethlehem 5 King
  51. Alex Xue Orenda 1 Rook
  52. Charles Xue CCC 3 King
  53. Jeremiah Yin Westmere Elementary School K1 Rook
  54. Bowen Yu, CCC 3rd Grade Rook
  55. Sicheng Yu Tasago 2 Queen
  56. Anthony Zhang, Rook
  57. Henry Zheng, CCC 5 Rook
  58. Lerchen Zhong Queen
  59. Rowechen Zhong Queen
  60. Yochen Zhong Rook

Unrated Sections:

  1. Cassiel Achan Martin Luther King 7 Knight
  2. Jaden Achan Martin Luther King 2 Pawn
  3. Aadit Akula, Menands school 3 Bishop
  4. Navin Bhavani Mahesh Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  5. Ajani Brown Lynnwood Elementary School 5 Bishop
  6. Amar Brown Lynnwood Elementary School 5 Bishop
  7. Abraham Delgado MLK Magnet 7 Knight
  8. Noah Droz Cornwall on the Hudson 3 Bishop
  9. Molly Foote Pinebush 5 Bishop
  10. Shamaal Ford Albany High 11 Knight
  11. Rohit Hasija EGCC AWE
  12. Jaydyn Hardy, ACCS, 3, Bishop
  13. Zuri Herring, ACCS, 4, Bishop
  14. Satish Iyengar Hillside Elementary AWE
  15. Ian Johnson, ACCS, 4, Bishop
  16. Jaxson Johnson-Trotter, ACCS, K, pawn
  17. Monte Johnson-Trotter, ACCS, 8, Knight
  18. Prashant Kumar Chowdhury Ramineni, Bethlehem AWE
  19. Mary Livingston EGCC adult AWE
  20. Michael Martinkat Boght Hills AWE
  21. Ryan Martinkat, Boght Hills 5 Bishop
  22. Bill Matters EGCC AWE
  23. Emily Mayer, Boght Hills Elementary, 3 Bishop
  24. Monish Manne craig elementary school 5 Open
  25. Rithvik Narra Tesago 4 Bishop
  26. Purvayi Patil Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  27. Shreya Raghu Bethlehem 5 Bishop
  28. Gabriel Rodriguez, Genet 5 Knight
  29. Jaquan Spratt Albany High 11 Knight
  30. Sadia Temple, ACCS, Bishop
  31. Aarya Tyagi Boght Hills Elementary 5th Bishop
  32. Shiyam Vaasan Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  33. Kay Van Loan St. Joseph School 1 Pawn
  34. Leonardo Varela Shaker Junior High School N/A AWE
  35. Konstantin Vulakh Brown School 4 Bishop
  36. Samuel Webster, Guilderland YMCA 5 Bishop
  37. Nazir Williams, ACCS, 8, Knight
  38. David Xu Forts Ferry 2 Pawn
  39. Edward Xu Forts Ferry 4 Bishop
  40. Ken Zheng AWE

TRM 105 at NYS Museum/Library (April 02, 2016)

The Right Move Tournament (TRM 105) at NYS Museum/Library on April 02, 2016

Location Address: 222 Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12230 (map) Free Parking by the Cathedral on Saturday.

All play four games: The Building opens at 10:00 so rounds run a different schedule than usual.Rounds will be at 10:30, 11:40, 1:00, and 2:10; Awards: 3:30 PM. ( Those who wish to help set up can meet at 9:30, the earliest time for entry into the building.)

Fee: Preregistration (Free) on-line before March 31st by 10 PM. All pairings will be made and posted on-line here by Friday April 1. Much help is needed to set up and start on time at 10:30. Avoid confusion.  Arrive early.  Announcements begin at 10:20. On-site registration? (outside, before the doors open; see Brother John) before 9:30 AM to play Round 1. To keep rounds on time latecomers (which includes anyone not on the published list) after 9:30 can not be signed up for round 1 but will begin round 2 at 11:40 with 1/2 point.

Players should report to the Student Center as the Tournament Hall, except for the Pawn section, Grades K-2. They will meet on the fourth floor across from the Carousel for their four games.

Pizza ($1.00/slice) will be available from 12:00 – 1:00 on the fourth floor. No pre-order is necessary.  An express lane for exact change will help expedite service.

USCF Rated Sections: Open (above 1400), King (1000-1400), Queen (601-1000), Rook (Under 600)

Non-USCF Member (Unrated) Sections: Awe (Adults Welcome), kNight (Grades 6-12), Bishop (Grades 3-5), Pawn (Grades K-2)

Time Control: (G/25, d/4) for Open Section; (G/30, no delay) for all other Sections. (Due to library hours, some changes to start and end times are necessary. Slight changes to time controls are possible, as needed. Please be alert to time as you visit the Museum.)

Awards: Trophies to top three player(s) in each section with 12 or more players (Trophies to top two players in sections less than 12 players). Medals for all with 2.5 points or more.  (Exception: If you score 2 points and you are new to TRM tournaments you qualify for a medal.)

Team Awards: All players (including adults playing in awe section) from one team, pick the top four scores and add them (from all sections) to come up with a team score.  Top 10 teams win a Team Plaque and Certificate suitable for framing.

Only 12 Vouchers are still available at the tournament to Join/Renew USCF membership for scholastic players age 19 and under. Cost $9 for the year. (Cash or Checks payable to The Right Move. No Credit cards.) If you are interested in USCF membership for this tournament,  see Tournament Director on-site before 9:30 AM. 

Advance Registrations (as of April 1, 2016 07:00 AM):  ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSED – SEE BROTHER JOHN ONSITE BEFORE 9:30 AM

USCF (rated) Sections:

  1. Adam Aleksic, Albany High School 9 King
  2. Griffin Alterio, MP, Rook
  3. Jack Berry, Albany High 10 Queen
  4. Andrew Brucker, MP, Rook
  5. Daniel Brucker, MP, Queen
  6. Rhamel Bynum, AHS 11 Open
  7. Uriel Calixto, MP, King
  8. Miguel Cruz, Albany High Rook
  9. Robert Davis, Bethlehem Middle School 6 Rook
  10. Evan Dong, MP, Rook
  11. Peter Dong, MP, Queen
  12. Stephen Dong, MP, Queen
  13. Luke Fallati, Hudson Valley Consortium 9 Rook
  14. Jerry Fan, AA, Rook
  15. Liz Gialanella, Albany High, Queen
  16. Tanmay Goel, EGCC 4 Queen
  17. Derin Gumustop, Bethlehem Central High School 9 King
  18. Sean Hallinan, MP, Queen
  19. Yashna Hasija, EGCC 5 Rook
  20. Karl Heck 13 Open
  21. Aarush Iyengar Hillside 2 Rook
  22. Blaise Loya King
  23. Melodie Loya King
  24. Theo Loya Rook
  25. Dharini Madadi, AA 5 Rook
  26. Balaji Mahadevan, EGCC 4 Queen
  27. Kevin Maxwell, SUNY Delhi Senior Queen
  28. Connor McKenna, MP, Rook
  29. Spencer Moon, Homeschool 10 Queen
  30. Edward Murphy, Tanglewood elementary 13 Open
  31. Juliette Murphy, Tanglewood elementary 11 King
  32. Luke Murphy, Tanglewood elementary 6 Queen
  33. Kun Park, Open
  34. Devin Pozza, Rockin’ Rooks, Rook
  35. Ethan Rafferty, Albany Academies 4 Queen
  36. Rohm Ramsey, Rockin’ Rooks, Rook
  37. Stephen Ross Moon, Homeschool N/A Queen
  38. Karthik Narayan, Bethlehem 2 Queen
  39. Nitin Obla, Shaker High School IX Open,
  40. Shivansh Patel, Poughkeepsie 5 Queen
  41. Stelin Poola MLK 7 Queen
  42. Pranav Puviarasu, Boght Hills Elementary 5 Rook
  43. Nicholas Rappazzo, EGCC 8 Queen
  44. Pradham Rodda, Boght Hills 5 Rook
  45. Rylen Rosenswig, Delaware community school 4 Rook,
  46. Samarth Sahota, Bethlehem Central Schools 4 Rook
  47. Deon Santhosh, Bethlehem 4 Queen
  48. Cedric Savarin, Rook
  49. Padraig Scally, Guilderland YMCA 1st Rook
  50. David Sterner, Albany High School Open
  51. Sebastian Stote, MP, Rook
  52. Kevin Terry, Tanglewood elementary 11, Queen (Need USCF membership)
  53. Ned Van Loan, MP, Queen
  54. Giovanny Vicento, Albany High King
  55. Sophia Wang CCC 7 Queen
  56. Bowen Yu ccc 3 Rook
  57. Sicheng Yu, Tesago 2 Rook
  58. Anthony Zhang, Scott M. Ellis ES 3 Rook
  59. Henry Zheng, CCC 5 Rook
  60. Lerchen Zhong, Iroquois 2 Queen
  61. Rowechen Zhong, Iroquois 6 Queen
  62. Yochen Zhong, Iroquois 4 Rook

Unrated Sections

  1. Gabby Alterio, MP, Pawn
  2. John Attardo, Tanglewood elementary 5 Bishop
  3. Tayshaun Bailey , ACCS, 8, Knight
  4. Navin Bhavani Mahesh Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  5. Kwame Boakye, ACCS, 3, Bishop
  6. Ajani Brown, Lynnwood Elementary School 5 Bishop
  7. Amar Brown, Lynnwood Elementary School 5 Bishop
  8. Stephen Brucker, MP, Awe
  9. Nick Burrell, Tanglewood elementary 13 AWE
  10. Ron Calisto, MP, Awe
  11. Tyler Carruthers, Tanglewood elementary 5 Bishop
  12. Ian Cho, Rockin’ Rooks, 8, Knight
  13. Noah Choi, Tesago Elementary 4 Bishop
  14. Derek Cormie, Tanglewood elementary 5 Bishop,
  15. Ian Cotten, Guilderland Elementary/YMCA 5 Bishop
  16. Puviarasu Dakshinamurthy, Boght Hills Elementary AWE
  17. Nico Dentico, Rockin’ Rooks 1, Pawn
  18. Jack Donbeck, Tanglewood elementary 3 Bishop
  19. Noah Droz, Cornwall on the Hudson 3 Bishop
  20. Kevin Durgee, Adult AWE
  21. Ken Evans, AWE
  22. Jayce Fisher Tanglewood elementary 5 Bishop
  23. Rick Fisher, Tanglewood elementary 13 AWE
  24. Christopher Gonzalez, MLK Magnet K Pawn
  25. Alkaham Hameed, Albany High 11 Knight
  26. Jaydyn Hardy , ACCS, 3, Bishop
  27. Zachary Harrington, Tanglewood elementary 4 Bishop
  28. Rohit Hasija, EGCC AWE
  29. Yashna Hasija, EGCC 5 Knight
  30. Yukima Heard, ACCS, 5, Bishop
  31. Zuri Herring, ACCS, 4, Bishop
  32. Bill Herrmann, Tanglewood elementary 13 AWE
  33. Ian Johnson, ACCS, 4, Bishop
  34. Jaxson Johnson-Trotter, ACCS, K, pawn
  35. Monte Johnson-Trotter, ACCS,  8, Knight
  36. Saphira Johnson–Trotter, ACCS, 2, Pawn
  37. Xavier Johnson, Tanglewood elementary 4 Bishop,
  38. Jim Kearney, Ttanglewood elementary 13 AWE
  39. Kelan Kearney, Tanglewood elementary 4 Bishop
  40. Aayushi Kejriwal, Bethlehem 2 Pawn
  41. Joe Killian, Tanglewood elementary 4 Bishop
  42. Luka Kim, Rockin’ Rooks 3, Bishop
  43. Mary Livingston, EGCC adult AWE
  44. Jheanna Mae, Carabuena Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral School, 7, Knight
  45. Christopher Martinez, Albany High 10 Knight
  46. Michael Martinkat, Boght Hills AWE
  47. Ryan Martinkat, Boght Hills 5 Bishop
  48. Bill Matters, EGCC AWE
  49. Emily Mayer, Boght Hills elementary 3 Bishop
  50. Cle McCloskey, MP, Bishop
  51. Cole Mead, Guilderland YMCA 4 Bishop
  52. Mahesh Mohandas, Bethlehem 13 AWE
  53. Aashrith Morkonda, EGCC 1 Pawn
  54. Akkhil Morkonda, EGCC 5 Bishop
  55. Rithvik Narra Tesago 4 Bishop
  56. Victor Nelson, EGCC AWE
  57. Adarsh Neti, Tesago ES, 2 Pawn
  58. Medha Neti, Tesago ES, 5 Bishop
  59. Prabhakar Neti, AWE
  60. Purvayi Patil, Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  61. Yeshwanth Babu Polamreddy, AWE
  62. Shreya Raghu, Bethlehem 5 Bishop
  63. Prashant Ramineni, Bethlehem AWE
  64. Lucas Risen, Guilderland YMCA Chess Club AWE
  65. Thomas Rodney, Guilderland YMCA chess club 1 Pawn
  66. Andrew Rosenhaus, Tanglewood elementary 5 Bishop
  67. Brady Ryan, Guilderland YMCA Chess Club, 4 Bishop
  68. Krish Sharma, Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  69. Owen Shepard, Lynnwood, 5, Bishop
  70. Harmaan Sidhu, Albany academy 2 Pawn
  71. Owen Sorbellini, MP, Bishop
  72. Anthony Taylor, ACCS, 3, Bishop
  73. Julianna Turner, MP, Bishop
  74. Aarya Tyagi, Boght Hills ES 5 Bishop
  75. Shiyam Vaasan, Bethlehem 2 Pawn
  76. Kay Van Loan, MP, Pawn
  77. Samuel Webster, Guilderland Elementary, 5 Bishop
  78. Nazir Williams, ACCS, 8, Knight
  79. Fredric Winham, Rockin’ Rooks, 5, Bishop
  80. Alex Xue, Orenda 1 Pawn
  81. David Xu Pawn
  82. Edward Xu Bishop

TRM 104 at Bethlehem Central on March 5, 2016

The Right Move Tournament (TRM 104) at Bethlehem Central Middle School on March 5, 2016

Location Address: 332 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar, NY (map)

Begin at 10:00 AM. Players should be seated at their table by 9:50 for announcements.

All play four games: (Those who wish to help set up can meet at 8:30 AM)  10:00, 11:30, 1:00, and 2:15; Awards following 4th round completion

Fee: Preregistration (Free) on-line before March 3rd and on-site before 9:30 AM to play Round 1.

USCF Rated Sections: Open (above 1400), King (1000-1400), Queen (601-1000), Rook (Under 600)

Non-USCF Member (Unrated) Sections: Awe (Adults Welcome), kNight (Grades 6-12), Bishop (Grades 3-5), Pawn (Grades K-2)

Time Control: (G/25, d/4) for Open Section (affects quick ratings only); (G/30, d5) for all other Sections. 1/2 point byes limited to one.

Awards: Trophies to top three player(s) in each section with 12 or more players (Trophies to top two players in sections less than 12 players). Medals for all with 2.5 points or more.  (Exception: If you score 2 points and you are new to TRM tournaments you qualify for a medal.)

Team Awards: All players (including adults playing in awe section) from one team, pick the top four scores and add them (from all sections) to come up with a team score.  Top 10 teams win a Team Plaque and Certificate suitable for framing.

Vouchers are available at the tournament to Join/Renew USCF membership for scholastic players age 19 and under. Cost $9 for the year. (Cash or Checks payable to The Right Move. No Credit cards.) If you are interested in USCF membership for this tournament,  see Tournament Director on-site before 9:30 AM. 

Advance Registrations (as of March 04, 2016 08:30 PM): On-line Registration Closed. See TD before 9:30 AM on-site

USCF (rated) Sections:

  1. Sandeep Alampalli, AA, Open
  2. Adam Aleksic, Albany High School, 9 King
  3. Rhamel Bynum, AHS 11 Open
  4. Zachary Calderon Open
  5. Andrew Cerf, Bethlehem 6 Queen (Need USCF Renewal)
  6. Ellie Cerf, Bethlehem 4 Rook
  7. Matt Cerf, Bethlehem Queen
  8. Miguel Cruz, Albany High 10 Rook
  9. Robert Davis, Bethlehem, 6 Rook
  10. Danny Diaz, Albany High 12 King
  11. Jerry Fan, AA, Rook
  12. Michael Fishburn, BCMS 7 Rook,
  13. Tanmay Goel, EGCC 4 Rook
  14. Ronghai David Gong, CCC 9 Open
  15. Harun Gopal, Shaker High School 9 Queen
  16. Connor Hurley, EG 8 Queen
  17. Drew Klugman, Bethlehem 7 Queen
  18. Antonio Lacy Albany High School 10th Queen
  19. Erica Li, CCC Chinese 7 King
  20. Jingxuan Liu, Bethlehem Central High School 10 Open
  21. Rebecca Liu, Doane stuart school 10 Queen
  22. Dharini Madadi, AA 5 Rook
  23. Balaji Mahadevan, EGCC 4 Queen
  24. Alan Majo, Menands school 8 Open
  25. Benjamin Matsuo, Albany academy 4 Rook
  26. Kassi McTague, Albany high school 11 King
  27. Caleb Meyer-Chabris, Lake Avenue Elementary, 3 King
  28. Joey Mercado, Albany High School 11 Rook
  29. Aryan Mishra, EGCC 4 King
  30. Michael Mockler, Hard Knocks 17 Open
  31. Spencer Moon, Homeschool 10 Queen
  32. Edward Murphy, Tanglewood 13 Open
  33. Juliette Murphy, Tanglewood 11 Rook,
  34. Luke Murphy, Tanglewood Queen
  35. Arjun Nair, Albany academy 4 Rook
  36. Karthik Narayan, Bethlehem 2 Queen
  37. Premjith Narayan, Bethlehem 13 King
  38. Aubrey Nooks, Albany High 12 Queen
  39. Nitin Obla, Shaker High, 9 Open
  40. Aaditya Ojha, Slingerlands ES 3 Queen
  41. Shivansh Patel, POUGH 5 Rook
  42. Pretesh Prakash, FMS 6 Queen
  43. Ethan Rafferty, AA, Queen
  44. Nicholas Rappazzo, EGCC 8 Queen
  45. Stephen Ross Moon, Homeschool Adult Queen
  46. Sri Sagiraju Brettonwoods 4 Rook
  47. Samarth Sahota, Glenmont ES 4 Rook
  48. Martha Samadashvili, AA 6 Open
  49. Deon Santhosh,Bethlehem 4 Queen
  50. Michael Spinella, Bethlehem High School 10 Rook
  51. David Sterner, Albany High Open
  52. Carlos Varela Shaker Junior High School N/A Open
  53. Catalina Varela Shaker Junior High School 7 King
  54. Tatiana Varela Shaker Junior High School 8 Queen
  55. Giovanny Vicento, Albany High 10 King
  56. William Wu, Bethlehem 5 Queen
  57. Charles Xue, CCC 3rd Queen
  58. Bowen Yu, CCC Rook
  59. Rowechen Zhong, Iroquois 6 Queen
  60. Lerchen Zhong, Craig School 2 Queen
  61. Yochen Zhong, Craig School 4 Rook

Unrated Sections

  1. Cassiel Achan, Martin Luther King 7 Knight
  2. Jaden Achan, Martin Luther King 2 Pawn
  3. Kadijah Alaoui-Ismaili, Albany High 11 Knight
  4. Navin Bhavani Mahesh,Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  5. Saurav Bavdekar, LATHAM RIDGE 5 Bishop
  6. Ajani Brown, Lynnwood Elementary School 5 Bishop
  7. Ian Cotten, Guilderland Elementary 5 Bishop
  8. Rohit Hasija, EGCC AWE
  9. Yashna Hasija, EGCC 5 Knight
  10. Jahsyer Holland, Giffen Elementary School 6 Knight
  11. Nicky Jadav, LCA 1 Pawn
  12. Aayushi Kejriwal, Bethlehem 2 Rook
  13. Mary Livingston EGCC adult AWE
  14. Dante London, Guilderland elementary 4 Bishop
  15. Bhavani Mahesh, Bethlehem 13 AWE
  16. John Mardigian, Forts Ferry 3 Bishop
  17. Michael Martinkat, Boght Hills AWE
  18. Ryan Martinkat, Boght Hills 5 Bishop
  19. Bill Matters, EGCC AWE
  20. Cole Mead, Lynnwood 4 Bishop
  21. Mahesh Mohandas, Bethlehem 13 AWE
  22. Himani Nadimpalli, Guilderland Elementary School 3 Knight
  23. Rithvik Narra, Tesago 4 Bishop
  24. Abigail Nautel, Bethlehem Middle 6 Knight
  25. Grady Nautel, Eagle Elementary 4 Bishop,
  26. Victor Nelson, EGCC AWE
  27. Jayesh Patel, POUGH 5 Bishop
  28. Purvayi Patil, Bethlehem 3 Bishop
  29. Pranav Puviarasu, Boght Hills Elementary 5 Bishop
  30. Nikhil Radosevich, Bethlehem 5 Bishop
  31. Ryan Rafi, PS119 4 Bishop
  32. Shreya Raghu, Bethlehem 5 Bishop
  33. Pradham Rodda, Boght Hills ES 5 Bishop
  34. Thomas Rodney, Altamont Elementary 1 Pawn
  35. Brady Ryan ,Lynnwood Elementary 4 Bishop
  36. Padraig Scally, Altamont Elementary 1 Pawn
  37. Sahishnu Sagiraju Brettonwoods 6 Knight
  38. Sai Asrith Settipalli, Guilderland Elementary 5 Bishop
  39. Krish Sharma, Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  40. Ty Sprague Bethlehem Middle School 7 Queen
  41. Lucas Tong, CCC 1 Pawn
  42. Shiyam Vaasan, Bethlehem 1 Pawn
  43. Samuel Webster, Guilderland ES 5 Bishop
  44. Samuel Willoughby, Voorheesville 1 Pawn
  45. Jeremiah Yin, Westmere Elementary School K1 Pawn
  46. Jierui Zhu, Albany Chinese School 2 Pawn