Stonehill Chess Club

 Professor Shai Simonson, Faculty Advisor

Beginners and experienced players welcome.

We meet occasionally at 4:00 PM in 308 Stanger Hall
The Club is currently inactive.



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Read about Jesse Suero and Chess at Stonehill  

Annual Tournaments and Events

Southeast New England Chess Association


Past Tournament Results and Events


March 8, 2012 - GM Larry Christiansen will be performing another 20 board simul right in the middle of South Station. (5:00 PM)

October 20th,
2011 - GM Larry Christiansen will be performing a 20 board simul right in the middle of South Station.
(5:00 PM)

Fall 2005 Tournament - December 8, 2005 - 12 Participants
1st place:  Ondrej Kohutiar    2nd place: Ryan Amari  3rd place: Shai Simonson
4th place:  Chris Money

UMass Boston Intercollegiate Tournament - April 3, 2005
The tournament was 4-member team 3-round Swiss.  Each round the maximum number of points a team could get was four, and maximum total was 12. 
Our three member team scored 5 points out of 12.  This was a great showing especially since without a fourth team member we forfeited 3 points automatically. 
Kudos to Jesse Suero (2+/3) and Ondrej Kohutiar (2/3). 

Fall 2004 Tournament - November 7, 2004 - 16 Participants

1st place:  Jesse Suero        2nd place:  Shai Simonson  3rd place: Mitch Klausner
4th place: Ondrej Kohutiar  5th place: Julian Sirkin     6th place:  Marty Sirkin

Suero Simultaneous Exhibition - March 18, 2004 - 12 Participants
 Jesse Suero 12-0 against all comers!   Prizes (movie ticket vouchers) were awarded to the two best games.

Suero Simultaneous Exhibition - December 8, 2003 - 18 Participants
Jesse Suero 18-0 against all comers!

Spring 2003 Tournament - March 5, 2003 - 16 Participants
1st place:  Jesse Suero     2nd place:  Antonio Laudati  3rd place: Shai Simonson

Spring 2000 Tournament - April 30, 2000 - 5 Participants
1st place:  Garret Halfpenny     2nd place:  Antonio Laudati

Spring 1998 Tournament - March 29, 1998 - 12 Participants

1st place: Matt Daigler    2nd place: Dat Mai     3rd place: Matt Macauley









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