2013 Maine Chess Player of the Year Final Results
1.2.14 Roger Morin has again won the Maine Chess Association Chess Player of the Year competition, adding his name to the traveling trophy for the second time in 3 years, and the $150 first place prize. Lance Beloungie placed second, collecting $75. There were 11 CPY Events held in 2013 for a possible total of 90 points based on number of games plus tournament score. A total of 116 players participated in various events, with CPY points awarded to players with active MECA memberships. Congratulations to Roger and Lance, and thanks to all the participants in this year's competition.
CPY points were accumulated as follows:
Games - 1 point for each game played, forced bye, forfeit win; NO game for a requested bye
Points - tournament point total based on win-draw-loss score for event; NO point for a requested bye
NOTE: games and points for any tournament section with more or fewer than 3 rounds were calculated using a prorated value to equate to 4 games and 4 points, except for the Maine State Championship.