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March 23, 2010
The US Amateur Team Playoffs will take place March 27th on the Internet Chess Club. International Arbiter Carol Jarecki, chief TD for the event, has determined round 1 pairings and drawn colors. They are posted below.

It's a full week of intense ICC action. You also don't miss the Champion of Champions qualification tournaments on March 24 (Eastern Conference, 6:30 PM EST) and the Western Conference on March 25 (10 PM EST.)


Round One: 1 pm EST  (10 am in California)


Bd. 1 White: Bill Kelleher, Capt. "GuyFawkes" 2378

Bd. 2 Black:  Joe Fang  "gnaf"  2359

Bd. 3 White: Len Morrissey  "canyank73" 2082

Bd. 4 Black: Anatoly Levin  "toll"  1980

TD-Bernardo Iglesias at the Boyleston Chess Club  


Bd. 1 Black: Jeffrey Haskel  "ItrickU"  2290

Bd. 2 White: Toby Boas, Capt. "Torion"  2230

Bd. 3 Black: Dalton Perrine  "Not-Lad" 2132

Bd. 4 White: Adam Miller  "Audax25" 2044

TD for Haskel-Steve Kaufman at his house

TD for the rest-Harvey Lerman at the OCG, Orlando



Bd. 1 White: IM Angelo Young, Capt. "Angeloyoung"  2387

Bd. 2 Black: Camilo Pangan  "cpangan"  2241

Bd. 3 White: Florentino Inumerable "finumerable"  2019

Bd. 4 Black: Rene Ancheta  "rancheta"  1987

TD-Sevan Muradian at the Touch Move Chess Center 

WEST  THE OC     2150.25

Bd. 1 Black: FM Alexandre Kretchetov "AKretchetov" 2444

Bd. 2 White: FM Takashi Iwamoto, Capt. "TIwamoto" 2299

Bd. 3 Black: Ilia Serpik   "ISerpik" 2235

Bd. 4 White: Leo Kamgar   "LKamgar" 1623

TD-James Bullock at Iwamoto's home


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