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MD Sweet 16

Day 2 of the 2016 Maryland Sweet 16 tournament has started, and Round 3 has been completed. With draws on the top boards, the field has become more bunched, setting up an exciting Round 4. Depending on the results of the top Boards, we could have an outright winner, or a playoff that could involve 2-5 players. A playoff between two players will be an Armageddon game. If there are 3 or more players, then a Blitz Playoff will take place.

Standings after Round 3 (in tiebreak order)

2.5 - Richard Tan; Peter Heesters; Andrew Mao

2.0 - Sahil Sinha; Arthur Tang; Ronald Best Jr; Jeffrey Du; Justin Hontz

1.5 - Douglas Malcolm

1.0 - Bijan Tahmassebi; Dexer Amata; Shiyam Rupeshkumar; Nathan Janus

0.5 - Vinay Veluvolu; Ali Merchant

0 - Jordan Best

 

Pairings for Round 4 starting 3 PM Sunday 3/6/2016 (White listed first)

Board 1: Richard Tan (2.5) vs Pieter Heesters (2.5)

Board 2: Andrew Mao (2.5) vs Sahil Sinha (2.0)

Board 3: Arthur Tang  (2.0) vs Justin Hontz (2.0)

Board 4: Ronald Best Jr (2.0) vs Jeffrey Du (2.0)

Board 5: Bijan Tahmassebi (1.0) vs Douglas Malcom (1.5)

Board 6: Shiyam Rupeshkumar (1.0) vs Nathan Janus (1.0)

Board 7: Dexter Amata (1.0) vs Ali Merchant (0.5)

Board 8: Jordan Best (0.0) vs Vinay Veluvolu (0.5)

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Updated on 2016.02.28 by Chris Kim & John D. Rockefeller V

Welcome to the 2015-2016 qualifying season for the 2016 Maryland Sweet 16 on 2016.03.05-06. Since 1995 this annual invitational tournament has featured 16 of the top K-12 Maryland players competing in a separate section of the UMBC Open at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The MD-Sweet-16 tournament-announcement page contains all tournament details, including qualification rules & Varsity-Points scoring rules. The MD-Sweet-16 Champion will receive a MD-Sweet-16 UMBC Chess Scholarship, valued at $44,024. (There are 2 additional types of UMBC Chess Scholarships for which high-school seniors from any state are eligible.)

9 of the 9 scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifiers in this qualifying season have been completed. The FINAL STANDINGS include the results of the rescheduled MCA Roland Park January on 2016.02.28.

Click below for the current 16 Qualifiers, 2 Alternates, & Full Standings.

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Updated on 2015.11.23 by Chris Kim & John D. Rockefeller V

Welcome to the 2015-2016 qualifying season for the 2016 Maryland Sweet 16 on 2016.03.05-06. Since 1995 this annual invitational tournament has featured 16 of the top K-12 Maryland players competing in a separate section of the UMBC Open at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The MD-Sweet-16 tournament-announcement page contains all tournament details, including qualification rules & MD-Sweet-16-Varsity-Points scoring rules. The MD-Sweet-16 Champion will receive a MD-Sweet-16 UMBC Chess Scholarship, valued at $44,024. (Additionally, there are 2 types of UMBC Chess Scholarships for which high-school seniors from any state are eligible.)

6 of the 9 scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifiers in this qualifying season have been completed. The standings are current through MCA Roland Park November on 2015.11.14. The next scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifier will be MCA Severn on 2015.12.05 in Severna Park, & the final scheduled one will be MCA McDuffie Memorial on 2016.02.20 in Baltimore.

Click below for the current 16 Qualifiers, 2 Alternates, & Full Standings.

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Updated on 2016.02.05 by Chris Kim & John D. Rockefeller V

Welcome to the 2015-2016 qualifying season for the 2016 Maryland Sweet 16 on 2016.03.05-06. Since 1995 this annual invitational tournament has featured 16 of the top K-12 Maryland players competing in a separate section of the UMBC Open at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The MD-Sweet-16 tournament-announcement page contains all tournament details, including qualification rules & Varsity-Points scoring rules. The MD-Sweet-16 Champion will receive a MD-Sweet-16 UMBC Chess Scholarship, valued at $44,024. (There are 2 additional types of UMBC Chess Scholarships for which high-school seniors from any state are eligible.)

7 of the 9 scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifiers in this qualifying season have been completed. The standings are current through MCA Severn on 2015.12.05. The next scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifier will be MCA Roland Park January on 2016.01.30 in Baltimore (postponed) & the final scheduled one will be MCA Poly & Western February on 2016.02.20 in Baltimore.

Click below for the current 16 Qualifiers, 2 Alternates, & Full Standings.

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Updated on 2016.02.02 by Chris Kim & John D. Rockefeller V

Welcome to the 2015-2016 qualifying season for the 2016 Maryland Sweet 16 on 2016.03.05-06. Since 1995 this annual invitational tournament has featured 16 of the top K-12 Maryland players competing in a separate section of the UMBC Open at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. The MD-Sweet-16 tournament-announcement page contains all tournament details, including qualification rules & Varsity-Points scoring rules. The MD-Sweet-16 Champion will receive a MD-Sweet-16 UMBC Chess Scholarship, valued at $44,024. (There are 2 additional types of UMBC Chess Scholarships for which high-school seniors from any state are eligible.)

8 of the 9 scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifiers in this qualifying season have been completed. The standings are current through MCA Roland Park January on 2016.01.30. The final scheduled MD-Sweet-16 Qualifier will be MCA Poly & Western February on 2016.02.20 in Baltimore.

Click below for the current 16 Qualifiers, 2 Alternates, & Full Standings.

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