Slipped Through the Cracks--Presque Isle, June 2011

11.19.11 There was a little five-player tournament back in June, 2011 that seems to have slipped through the cracks. Well we are happy to report that we are now making good on reporting this event albeit a bit late. Here's photos, a crosstable and a selected game from the June 2011 Presque Isle Open.

Old (or should we say experienced) nemeses Roger Morin (left) and Lance Beloungie prepare to do battle.

Thanks to Roger Morin for contributing to this report.

Five players competed in the all-play-all Presque Isle Open that took place on June 25th, 2011 in Presque Isle, Maine. The hightest-rated player, Roger Morin (1982), came out on top with a perfect score of 4.0. Lance Beloungie (1660) took second with 3.0 points. Trailing the two leaders were Ray Haines (1799) with 2.0 points, Richard Fontinha (1706) with 1.0 point and Roger Hardison (1593) scoreless.

USCF crosstable of this event

Lance Beloungie (left), playing the black pieces, tangles with Ray Haines 0-1.

Ray Haines in action.

Richard Fontinha

What to do about that black queen? Roger Hardison evaluates his options.

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