Check Out the Results of the 2nd Annual Forester Open

Blakeman Chess conducted the 2nd Annual Forester Open from November 23 – 27 2022 in Frisco, Texas.

Chess Gaja students Vijay, Lohit, Neil, Vishnu, and Anish participated in this tournament under the U2300 section.

Vijay had a strong showing at this tournament, finishing in 8th place with a score of 4 out of 7 points, with his only loss coming against the eventual runner-up Kyle (1930)

Lohit put in a solid performance, scoring 3.5 out of 7 points. This included 2 wins, 3 draws, and 2 losses, with one of his wins coming against the highly-rated player Logan (1934). This impressive showing improved Lohit’s rating from 1793 to 1819.

Neil scored 3 out of 7 points. He lost his games against higher-rated players Brian(2170) and Ethan(1926).

Vishnu scored 3 out of 7 points. He won one of his games against higher-rated player Neil(1817).

Anish had a mediocre tournament with a score of 2 out of 7 points.  

Chess Gaja student Saatvik participated in this tournament under the U2100 section.

Saatvik scored 3 out of 7 points. 

Chess Gaja students Shriyan and Arjun participated in this tournament under the U1900 section.

Shriyan had a great performance at the 2nd Annual Forester Open, scoring 4 out of 7 points, with all 3 wins coming against higher-rated players Ethan (1676), Risheeth (1679), and Arjun (1639). This impressive showing improved Shriyan’s rating from 1560 to 1612.

Arjun had an average performance at the tournament with a score of 2.5 out of 5 points.

Chess Gaja student Mihika participated in this tournament under the U1700 section.

Mihika scored 3 out of 7 points. Notably, he won against higher-rated player Dylan(1624). This good performance increased Mihika’s rating from 1425 to 1439.

Well done to all participants in the 2nd Annual Forester Open! We wish you the best of luck in your future chess tournaments.

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