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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 27

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2C--June 27, H976 Sunday' Charleston, Gasette-Mail Wes: Virginia Your Bridgework Cummings, Gibbins Tie in Chess Open Edward M. Foy West · 1063 ¥ 9 + J 9 7 6 2 + 9 8 5 4 By Jackie Wilcox North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. North 4 - Q J 4 ¥ Q 3 3 4 A Q 8 5 + QJ3 East *92 V K J 8 7 4 4 K 1 0 3 * A 1 0 7 South + A K 8 7 5 f A1065 * 4 4 . K 8 2 The bidding: North East South West pass 1 heart 1 spade pass 2 hearts double redouble pass 3 spades pass 4 spades pass pass pass After passing originally, North discovered the ace of diamonds tucked away behind another card. The only forcing bid available for his next turn was a cue-bid in hearts. East doubled and South redoubled showing a fairly good hand with some heart values. After North jumped to three spades South was happy to bid game. West led the nine of hearts, dummy played low, East and jack and South won the ace. Next came three rounds of trumps, East pitching a low heart on the third round. Declarer led the club queen, East won the ace and exited with a club. · South cashed the two high clubs followed by a heart to the queen. East V. '*·''£ took the king and led the \ heart seven, losing to the Mrs. Wilcox ten. Declarer now led his two remaining spades coming down to the A-Q of diamonds in dummy and the diamond four and six of hearts in his hand. Oh the last spade East was in a dead squeeze. If he discarded, a heart South's six would be a winner. If he pitched his low dia"rnond the ace would drop the king, setting up the queen. LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE I. Jim Olson and B. Gumowskl 2. Kurl Pocsi and George Love 3. Bob Haber and George Faulkcs 4. .Buverly Sikora and Jackie Wilcox 5-6 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spears 5-6 Mrs. D.D. Smllh and Mrs. J.A. Gatens MONDAY, JUNE 21 BRIGETTE CLUB NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. J.G. Miller and Mr... Kd. palchcll 2. Mrs. Russel 1 Van Clcve and Mrs. H.C. Rlley 3. Alma Perry and Mrs. Tom Moore EAST-WEST 1. Link Young and Ed Maicr 2. Alma Perry and Mrs. Tom Moore 3. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Harris 4. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spears SATURDAY, JUNE W BID AND MADE I. Shirley Klein and Harry Welsch 2 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coghill 3 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey 4 Jim Morrison and Link Young 5 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spence BRIDGE CALENDAR WEEK OF JUNE 27 SUNDAY -- Sunday Night Duplicate. 7 p.m. Morris Harvey Collese Union. Public Invittd. MONDAY - Bridgette Club. 10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Har- rywclsch. Public Invited. Monday Night Duplicate. 7:30 p.m. Home ol Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public Invited. TUESDAY - Tuesday Night Duplicate. 7:30 p.m. Morris Harvey College union. Public Invited. WEDNESDAY - Easy Aces. 10:30 a.m. D. Street, South Charleston. Closed. » West Virginia State College Duplicate. 7:30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public Invited. CLUB TOURNAMENT THUtSOAY -Beginners Duplicate. 10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public Invited. HRIDAY - kvba 7:30 p.m. Morris Harvey College Union. Closed. SATURDAY - Bid and Made. 7:30 p.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public Invited. Gary Cummings of St. Albans and Wilson Gibbins of Barboursville, each scoring 4/ 2 to Vi. tied for'first place in the 1976 Huntington Open held last week-end in Huntington. Paul Harless of Huntington and Carl Kiser of Charleston tied for third position, one-half point behind the two leaders. Other prize-winners, with 3Mi to '/z records, were Mark Hathaway, Donald Griffith, and Richard Chafin. 31 players competed in this USCF-rated tournament. Paul Sayre acted as tournament director, assisted by Neil Gibbins. Locally, the chess activity is more informal, although the Elk River Chess Club plans to hold the clijb championship tourney within two weeks. Last week Ed Andrews was elected president of the club, Revival in Progress The Rev. Avis Hill is preaching at a revival now in progress at the Freedom Gospel Mission on U.S. 60 west of St. Albans. The revival will conclude next Sunday. The services begin at 7:30 p.m. Charles Szasz vice-president and tournament director, and Eddie Graham secretary-treasurer. The Charleston Chess Club continues weekly sessions at St. John's Parish House, 1105 Quarrier St. The club- sponsored Kanawha Valley Open will be held at the Daniel Boone Hotel, July 31-Aug. 1. This time the event will be a good warmup for the slate tournament at Huntington over the long Labor Day weekend. And, perhaps, for the 1976 U.S. Open Chess Tournament to be held Aug. 15-27 at Student Union Bldg., George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.--just southeast of Washington. We have the first issue of "Chess?" mimeographed pages of "chess in Southern West Virginia." There are game scores and news from recent chess activities in the area. Editor John Roush expects to publish quarterly, although there will probably be only two or three more issues this year. "Chess?" No. 1 costs 25c; future issues will probably costSOc. Editor Roush welcomes games and chess news. Write to him. Star Route, Winifrede, W. Va. 25214. We want to thank Charles Szasz for filling in for us last week. It was a fine column. (And Charles is a pretty busy young man these days, too.) New FIDE regulations proposed for the next Men's World Championship Match: "With the world champion playing white in the first game, the player who wins six games wins the match . . . Draws do not count, and there is no limit to the number of games which may be played." World champion Anatoly Karpov on the derision, Cerebral Palsy Group President Resigns Bill Capehart has resigned as president of United Cerebral Palsy of West Virginia in order to go to school at the University of Pittsburgh. Edward A. Dickerson, immediate past president, has been appointed to fill the unexpired term. Two persons have been appointed to the board of directors. They are Mrs. Helen Rahallof Beckley and John L. "Si" Boettner Jr. of Charleston. "I will not defend my title if these new tournament rules are adopted by FIDE". FIDE president Max Euwe's reaction, "Karpov may become the first world champion to both win and lose the title without playing a game". (Source: June, 1976. "Chess Life Review.) THIS DAY IN CHESS 1954 Pachman first at Marianske-Lazne-Prague Zonal over Szabo, Sliwa, Stahlberg. Filip and Olafsson. ANNOUNCING NEW LOCATION JORDAN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 4218MacCORKLEAVE.S.W. SOUTH CHARLESTON DR. KARL M.JORDAN DR. DAVID M.JORDAN 1. Mrs. L.M, GllllsplQ ant) Harry Welsch 2. Mrs. A.T, Waller and Mrs. WJ. Wlschmsnn 3. Mrs. A,C. Rogers and Mrs. D.D. Smith MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE VIORTH-SOUTH l.-Jjdc Wysll and Robert Bailey 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coulilll ·3. L.E. Frailer and Bob Singleton EAST-WEST 1. -Beverly Sikora and Stan Given 2. Alma Perry and Harry Welsch 3. Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman TUESDAY, JUNE, 22 TUESDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE ., 1. Dora Grubb and Mrs. Tom Moore 2-3 Chuck Keller and Kurt Pocsl 3. Mike Chow and M.J. McChcsney ·I. George Love and George Faulkes 3. Torri Moore and Russ Henncn WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 WV STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE 1. Mrs. J.A. Gotens and Mrs. D.D. Smith 2. Jade Wyalt and Dora Grubb 3. John Cayton and Austin Miller 4. Alverto Williams and Sue Dowdy EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH ·i. Mrs. James Morgan and Mrs. H.C. Rlley 2. v\rs. B.N. Kissinger and Mrs. George Woo 3. Mrs. Austin Miller and Mrs. WJ. Wlschmann ' J.'Mrs. A.T. Walter and Mrs. Russell Van Clevo EAST-WEST K'Mrs. C.E. Ellis and Mrs. W.L. Pyle 2. 'Mrs. D.L. Groves and Mrs. A.C. Rogers 3. wrs. Clinton Atkins and Mrs. Robb Cover ;V 4. Mrs. R.G. MacFarlanc and Mrs. Clarence Young THURSDAY, JUNE 17 BEGINNERS DUPLICATE . 1. Mrs. Walter Spears and Mrs. R.D. Patchell 3. Mrs.. Dan Robinson and Mrs. K.W. Miller 3. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Zacks K V B A , J g n « 1 8 NORTH-SOUTH I N.A. Clarke and M.J. McChesney 2. Jackie Wilcox and Robert Bailey . 3. Jade Wyalt and Dora Grubb 1 4. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. D.B. 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