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|Oct-18-11|| ||pinoymaster77: Here's the comment on the rd6 game in Susan's blog :|
Sevillano 0 - 1 Bykhovsky (Bykhovsky survived a lost opening to win the endgame)
Then I just read gmtukmol won over Yang in rd7, so this makes it 4/7, all the best in the final 2 games!!
|Oct-19-11|| ||pinoymaster77: From S. Polgar blogspot :
Standings after 7 rounds
Mogranzini needs 1/2 for GM norm
Molner and Sevillano need 2/2 for GM norm
1. GM Bykhovsky, A g ISR 2521 5½
2. IM Mogranzini, R m ITA 2439 5
3. IM Molner, M m USA 2453 4
4. IM Sevillano, E m USA 2490 4
5. IM Yang, D m USA 2439 3½
6. GM Boros, D g HUN 2508 3
7. GM Amanov, M g TKM 2541 3
8. IM Arnold, M m USA 2505 2½
9. IM Ippolito, D m USA 2477 2½
10. IM Milman, L m USA 2452 2
|Oct-19-11|| ||pinoymaster77: Continue the quest gmtukmol, its good you're in the network now of the Spice Cup, and hope you also get more invites to intl tournaments!|
|Oct-27-11|| ||wordfunph: fine perf by <gmtukmol>..|
+4=2-3 2524 TPR
|Dec-15-11|| ||wordfunph: <shadowleaf04: Based on Susan Polgar's blog, IM Enrico Sevillano got his 2nd GM Norm at the 13th Metropolitan FIDE Invitationals.>|
two down, one to go..
thanks to <shadowleaf> for the link.
|Jan-11-12|| ||wordfunph: from Cyrus Lakdawala's book A Ferocious Opening Repertoire..|
"Playing Enrico is exactly like having your mild-mannered and soft-spoken neighbor drop in for a cup of tea, and then immediately after the tea, put a knife to your throat and issue demands for your wallet!"
- IM Cyrus Lakdawala (on IM Enrico Sevillano)
|Feb-09-12|| ||wordfunph: IM Sevillano wins 15th Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational|
congrats po IM Sevillano aka <gmtukmol>!
|Apr-13-12|| ||castofclowns: needed a last round win against GM Finegold for the GM title.|
|May-31-12|| ||OhioChessFan: http://dotq.org/chess/Enrico_Sevill...|
|Jul-19-12|| ||pinoymaster77: Nice B.Ang article in Business World on the recent World Open in US on Ikong's stepson FM Bryant getting a GM norm...|
|Aug-08-12|| ||pinoymaster77: Congratulations on finally clinching the 3rd & final GM norm after winning the Metropolitan chess invitational !|
|Aug-10-12|| ||joeyj: Enrico Sevillano Wins 21st Metropolitan Chess FIDE Invitational + a GM Title|
|Aug-11-12|| ||joeyj: Congratulations GM Enrico Sevillano !!!|
|Aug-14-12|| ||pinoymaster77: GM-Elect Ikong's nephew and veteran Age Grouper Kyle Sevillano makes it again as Shell finalist :|
Literatus, Palero cop Shell Mindanao chess crowns
TOP SEED Austin Jacob Literatus bounced back from a fifth-round loss with a sweep of the last four games while Mary Israel Palero dominated her side to capture the juniors crowns in the 2012 Shell National Youth Active Chess Championship Mindanao leg at SM Davao Activity Center in Davao City over the weekend.
Literatus, of Doña Carmen National High, rebounded from a setback to John Batucan by outplaying Adrian Llanos and Jimzon Trangia and stopping erstwhile unbeaten Jon Lesaca with the black in the eighth round. He then disposed of Kenneth Tabada to emerge solo champion with eight points in the nine-round Swiss system tournament sponsored by Pilipinas Shell.
Unfancied Junmark Baldesimo scored three points in the last four rounds, including a final round draw with fellow Cor Jesu College of Digos City student Lesaca, to finish second with 7.5 points and clinch the other berth in the national finals set next month at SM Megamall.
Lesaca also wound up with 7.5 points but lost in the tie break while Batucan wound up fourth with seven points in a tie with Neptali Batucan III and John Acedo.
Meanwhile, Palero, of Holy Cross of Davao College, beat erstwhile co-leader Exiquila Apao in the fifth round then trounced Jane Lagang and Kathleen Meniano to complete a sweep of the seven-round girls side and bag the lone seat in the grand finals of the fourth-leg of the nationwide talent-search sanctioned by NCFP.
On hand during awards rites were Pilipinas Shell’s internal communications manager Ronald Jabal, district manager for Vismin Mark Gayon, social investment manager Jackie Ampil and media relations manager Toby Nebrida.
Apao settled for second with six points while Angel Davao and Rose Aldovino ended up tied for third with 5.5 points.
Top seed Rhenzy Kyle Sevillano of Cebu City played true to form and swept the boys’ kiddies field, capping his 9-point romp with victories over Kenneth Honculada, Alberto Diolola Jr., Gino Asuncion and Aldin Ranario to join the other leg winners in the national finals.
Honculada won his last two matches to finish with seven points then nipped Diolola, John Balbona and Raymart Silao in the tie break to snatch the other slot in the grand finals.
Second seed Ezra Ocliasa of Mayor Luis Rabat Memorial School-Mati City scored 2.5 points in the last three rounds to top the girls’ kiddies category with 6.5 points, one point ahead of Ella Moulic and Joerlz Gimony.
|Aug-15-12|| ||wordfunph: from Philippine Daily Inquirer..
<"Congratulation to our very own International Master Enrico Sevillano for clinching his 3rd and final Grandmaster norm. You are the Philippines’ newest GrandMaster. The Ahedres ng Pilipinas family salutes you, we are so proud of you. Keep up the good work," said US master Ruben Ondangan, a close friend of Sevillano.>
congrats, GM Sevillano!
|Aug-15-12|| ||barben: CONGRATULATIONS GM Tukmol, finally!!!
Your friends in San Diego are all
happy for you!!
See you in San Diego next month...
|Sep-17-12|| ||joeyj: Congratulations GM Enrico Sevillano !!!
Now published by FIDE today !!!
|Sep-17-12|| ||geniokov: Congratulations GM Tukmol! Tutoo ang kasabihan na,"Kapag may Tiyaga..May Nilaga!"...By the way,is GM Sevillano still a Filipino citizen who can also play under Philippines?...Kasi may mga international players na kahit iba ang citizen mo eh sa ibang Federation ka naglalaro.|
|Sep-17-12|| ||joeyj: He is now playing under USCF !!!
|Sep-17-12|| ||wordfunph: finally a GM title..
congratulations GM Enrico "Tukmol" Sevillano!
we are proud of you!
|Oct-13-12|| ||holdem33: congratulations ikong! adto ta sa tanan mag-pakal sut-tu-kil......|
|Oct-13-12|| ||Shams: Nobody who gains the GM title as a teenager could appreciate it like Sevillano, who has finally climbed the mountain in his forties. Congratulations to GM Sevillano.|
|Oct-13-12|| ||perfidious: <Shams> There's also Ben Finegold who took a long while, the more so as we met in 1988 when he was already well over 2400. |
Sevillano is a player whom I remember from late in my career (ca 1999-2001): not in the class of the strongest American GMs, but dangerous to anyone in a given game and did well on the Swiss circuit.
|Oct-13-12|| ||Shams: <perfidious> I wonder which player was the oldest to gain the GM title through norms (and not, say, by winning the World Seniors Championship)?|
|Oct-14-12|| ||perfidious: <Shams> No idea; the only such record by age which comes to mind is that of Walter Shipman, who obtained the IM title at a then-record age of 53 after an outstanding performance in a New York Open. This may have since been surpassed, but I know nothing of that either.|
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