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All-Army Round 6 Updates PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, May 13 2008 (12:05)

Drake won against Pitts. Drake is now in clear second place. Baniel vs. Macaspac was fairly even but now Macaspac has some serious winning chances. Baniel seemed to have overestimated his chances in a drawn game. Now, he is fighting for a draw.

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Exciting Round 6 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, May 13 2008 (11:44)

The remaining games are between the current top four players. The results will likely change the ranking order. The top four after round six will likely make the All-Army Chess Team.

 

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Essentially, only the last two spots will be fought out in the remaining rounds. Duke, West and King are the heavy favorites for the remaining spots.

 
Four Decisive Results in Round 6 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, May 13 2008 (11:28)

Round 6 Results

 

West vs. Duke (1-0)

Fissel vs. Floto (1-0)

Corona vs. King (0-1)

Donovan vs. Shepherd (1-0)

 

 
All-Army Round 5 Results and Standings PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, May 13 2008 (11:18)

Round 5 Results

 

Drake vs. West (1-0)

Shepherd vs. Pitts (0-1)

Macaspac vs. Donovan (1-0)

King vs. Baniel (0-1)

Floto vs. Coraona (0-1)

Duke vs. Fissel (1-0)

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All-Army Round 4 Updates PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, May 13 2008 (10:55)

The battle between co-leaders was decided quickly in round 4. Pitts blundered a pawn without any compensation. The game since then was lopsided in Black’s favor. Macaspac efficiently converted his advantage into a win. Macaspac has one more tough game with Baniel in round 6 tomorrow. If he overcomes him, he will easily become the champion this year.

 
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