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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 10:57 
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Jacques PERMAL wrote:
Good news !!!!! Applets are available here :

http://membres.lycos.fr/dammeur/pdn/pan_american.htm


Thanks to PATRICK KOPP !!!

Please send him a thankful message !! : dammeur@aol.com

It will be so nice from Alexander to indicate the link in First page in order

to encourage PATRICK !!


It would be so nice from Hanco to send the WORD release of games from

6th to the last : he will be able to complete applets !!

Dammeur@aol.com


Thank you very much for the beautiful Dambo-applets Jacques and Patrick!!
Also thank you to Hensley Rondei and Cor Verdel for delivering all the games from Haïti!!
I send all games up to the 8th round to Patrick Kopp.
Patrick wrote back:



the games on Website of Dammeur
http://membres.lycos.fr/dammeur/
click to "le reste du monde"
ok
after ...in the "menu" ...to click on "FMJD" and "12 th pan american"
you see the games...>> applets

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Dammeur


Did you see how pretty Lélio Marcos Sarcedo from Brasil, one of the funniest men in Draughtsland, in the 8th round fooled Louiceus?

Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751093713.png">
Louiceus Shang Wong (Haïti)

Louiceus won a piece with a nice combination on the 11th move.
But in the position of the diagram it probably is already impossible to win.
Lélio's instructive draw was very important for Anthony Alexandre, who now succeeded in catching up Louiceus!

42... 28-32 43. 47-41 32x43 44. 39x48 27-32 45. 20-15 05-10!! 46.15x22 23-28 47. 22x33 32-38 48. 26-21 38x36 49. 21-17 36-41 50. 17-12 41-47 51. 34-29 47-36 52. 33-28 16-21 53. 12-07 21-27 54. 07-02 27-31 55. 02-16 31-37


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Of course LEILO MARCOS SARCEDO içs one of the best Brazilian player.

It isn't surprising that he is able to draw against best player of HAITI !!

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Jacques PERMAL wrote:

Hello Hanco,

As I said, Applets are available here :

http://membres.lycos.fr/dammeur/pdn/pan_american.htm

I saw the game between ANTHONY ALEXANDRE - LOUICEUS S.W

Great job from LOUICEUS !!

What do you think about it ?


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I think it was a very risky openinggame from Anthony Alexandre.
But Anthony Alexandre is a very strong player too, and it might be
possible that he will win the tournament unless his lost game against Louiceus.
According to nowadays FMJD-rules when two or more are finishing at the first place with the same amount of points, first look is at the result of the mutual game, if that was a draw, then they count who won the most.
So Anthony Alexandre must finish with more points than Louiceus if he wants to win the tournament, exciting!


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Jacques PERMAL wrote:
Of course LEILO MARCOS SARCEDO içs one of the best Brazilian player.

It isn't surprising that he is able to draw against best player of HAITI !!



See how Anthony Alexandre forced victory over Lélio Marcos
in the 5th round. The big question is: Who is the best player from Haïti??

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751235754.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)


33. 46-41 (see Diagram) 20-24 34. 29x20 15x24
35. 41-37 24-30

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751244542.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

36. 44-40 30-35 37. 49-44 19-24
38. 34-29 24-30 39. 40-34

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751245633.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

39...13-19 40. 37-31?
(40.29-24? 35-40!, but after 40.42-38!!
the chances are on white!)

09-14 41. 33-28 14-20 42. 42-37
(42-38, 20-24, 25x14, 14-20, 17x8, 11x42)

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751246762.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

42...19-23 43. 28x19 18-22 44. 27x18 21-27
45. 32x12 16-21 46. 26x17 11x33
47. 39x28 30x50

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751248094.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

48. 28-23 50-45 49. 23-18 06-11

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751249067.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

50. 18-13 45x01 51. 13-09 35-40 52. 09-04 40-44

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10751250291.png">
Lélio Marcos Sarcedo (Brasil)

53. 37-32 20-24 54. 31-27 24-30 55. 04-13 30-35 :lol:

See applet, 5th round on:
http://membres.lycos.fr/dammeur/pdn/pan_american.htm




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No news from Alias so far about the ninth round.
So, let's show another Alexander Schwarzman-analysis, now two parts of Anthony Alexandre-games in Guadeloupe, april 2003.

Alexander Schwarzman:

A few moves before black did a risky attack via field 29, but the outpost is save thanks to a combination.

Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752057134.png">
Fabrice Maggiore (Guadeloupe)


38.39-34? 21-27!
White didn't see this refutation. On 38.42-37 black planned to attack the piece on 22.
39.22x31 12-17 40.34x23 17-22 41.28x17 19x26 42.17-12 14-19!
Prevents 43.40-34. Later in the end of the game Alexandre succeeded to turn his advantage in victory.

H. Louis-Sidney (Martinique)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752064628.png">
Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)

At first sight black has a steady centreposition. But Alexandre found a weakness in this position -the ineffective piece on 12- and he took advantage of it.
37.24-20! 15x24 38.29x9 13x4 39.33-29!
Releases the way for the white pieces on the right wing.
39...4-9 40.38-33 9-13 41.49-44! 13-19 42.44-40 19-24 43.29x20 25x14 44.40-35!
A creative move. After the logical 44.34-29? follows 44...14-20! and the tempo is for black.
44...18-23
The player from Martinique uses the possibility to devellop his pieces and gets problems with tempo-moves.. On 44...14-20 follows 45.33-29! 20-25 46.47-42 27-32 47.42-38 32x43 48.39x48 and piece 35 becomes a king with good chances for white.
45.35-30!
Takes over control from field 25: 45...14-20 46.33-29 12-18 47.30-25 etc. w+1., and on 45...14-19 comes the exchange 46.30-24 etc.
45...28-32
Probably black saw nothing in the variant 45...27-32 46.30-25 12-18 47.47-41 and the ordinary moves are finished.
46.30-25 23-28 47.34-29 12-18 48.47-41?
Better is first 48.29-24, with which black won't have the possibility to play 48...14-19! 49.29-24 19x30 50.25x34 16-21 followed by 51...32-38 52...28-32 etc.
48...16-21?
Sidney misses the last chance to a draw.
49.29-24 14-19 50.24x13 18x9 51.25-20 32-38
Now this manoeuvre isn't working.
52.33x42 28-32 53.41-37! 32x41 54.36x47 27x36 55.39-33 21-27 56.42-38
and white won in opposition.
A classic example!"

Source: Hoofdlijn 92, september 2003


Last edited by Hanco Elenbaas on Tue Jan 27, 2004 16:40, edited 1 time in total.

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Jacques,
Do you know Raoul Alias?
Raoul Alias as a draughtsplayer had his finest hours during the Worldchampionship 1994 in The Hague (Den Haag).
Raoul Alias played there as Champion of Curaçao and number two of Pan-Am 1993 (after Guno Burleson from Surinam).
His trainer was Mel Simmons, who guided Raoul in The Hague.
Raoul became the first player ever who beat both Supergrandmasters Rob Clerc and Hans Jansen in one Worldchampionship-tournament!!

Tenth round Worldchampionship 1994:

Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752099836.png">
Hans Jansen (The Netherlands)

Hans Jansen thought it was a good time to win a piece and played
34.27-22??
After 35.16-21! Hans immediately surrendered.
Time white: 0:50 black: 1:00

Twelfth round Worldchampionship 1994:

Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752104956.png">
Rob Clerc (The Netherlands)

Vadim Boelat (Bela-Russia) in the 'WK Dammen 1994'-book:
"The position is about equal.
39.34-29 23x34 40.40x20 15x24

Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752109043.png">
Rob Clerc (The Netherlands)

41.27-21?
A disputed decision.
41... 26x17 42.25-20 14x34 43.28-22 17x39 44.38-33 39x28 45.32x5


Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752112976.png">
Rob Clerc (The Netherlands)

The white king hardly has a chance to survive.

45...12-17
Much better 45...24-29!
46.5-19
Stronger is 46.5-32 with the double threat 32-16 or 32-43.
46...24-29 47.19-23 18-22 48.23-32

Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752115989.png">
Rob Clerc (The Netherlands)

After 48.23-12 22-28 49.12x25x22 50.45-40 it is a draw.
48...11-16 49.32-43
The last mistake in this row. Possible was yet 49.37-31 29-33 (after 49...34-40 50.45x23 13-19 51.23x21 16x38 52.35-30 it is a draw) 50.32-23 and a precise win for black is hardly to be found.
49...16-21! 50.43x12 17x8

Raoul Alias (Curaçao)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752124606.png">
Rob Clerc (The Netherlands)

Black without problems is cashing his material advantage.
51.35-30 13-19 52.49-43 22-28 53.30-25 19-24 54.43-39 29-33 55.39-34 24-30 56.25-20 30x39 57.20-14 39-43 58.14-10 43-49 59.10-4 8-13 60.4x16 33-38 61.16x43 49x46
White surrendered.
Time white: 1:51 black: 2:00"
Vadim Boelat


After seeing these two victories you might ask yourself Jacques,
"Why Alias never became Worldchampion??"
Well Jacques, the answer is simple: Alias didn't dislike losing too much.
In the Worldchampionship 1994 Raoul Alias won 2 games, 4 times he made a draw and he lost 13 times...


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OK gentlemen these are the results and stendings from the 9th and 10th round. Today we have a free day and we are going to play a blitz tournament in which all the players and also any other player from Haiti can paticipate. Tomorrow we will start the last round at 10 o'clock in the morning and the closing-ceremonies will be at 7 p.m. Greetings, Raoul Alias.

12th PAN AMERICAN DRAUGHTS CHAMPIONSHIP
15 – 28 January 2004

Ronde 9 25-01-2004

W:61 11 Carlos Lorevil - 1 Anthony Alexandre 0-2
W:62 9 Alix Louis - 3 Fabrice Maggiore 1-1
W:63 6 Ricardo Pierre - 12 Dickson Maughn 2-0
W:64 8 Paulvin Simon - 4 Louis Gilles 0-2
W:65 7 Lelio Marcos - 5 LaFontant Cherenfant 1-1
W:66 10 Eugene Britt - 2 Louiceus Shang Wong 1-1


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AW Pt 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
1 Anthony Alexandre 9 - 14 • 0 1 2 2 2 . 1 2 . 2 2
2 Louiceus Shang Wong 9 - 13 2 • . 1 1 1 1 2 2 . 1 2
3 Fabrice Maggiore 9 - 12 1 . • 1 1 1 2 . 1 2 2 1
4 Ricardo Pierre 9 - 11 0 1 1 • 0 1 2 2 . 2 . 2
5 Alix Louis 9 - 10 0 1 1 2 • . 0 1 1 2 2 .
Lelio Marcos 9 - 10 0 1 1 1 . • 1 1 2 1 . 2
LaFontant Cherenfant 9 - 10 . 1 0 0 2 1 • 1 . 1 2 2
8 Dickson Maughn 9 - 9 1 0 . 0 1 1 1 • 2 1 2 .
9 Carlos Lorevil 9 - 7 0 0 1 . 1 0 . 0 • 1 2 2
Louis Gilles 9 - 7 . . 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 • 1 2
11 Eugene Britt 9 - 3 0 1 0 . 0 . 0 0 0 1 • 1
12 Paulvin Simon 9 - 2 0 0 1 0 . 0 0 . 0 0 1 •




25 january 2004
9e Ronde


Wit : Carlos Lorevil 0 Tijd: 0 uur 25 min.
Zwart: Anthony Alexandre 2 Tijd: 0 uur 24 min.

01. 32-28 16-21 02. 31-26 18-22 03. 37-32 11-16 04. 41-37 20-24 05. 37-31 12-18 06. 31-27 22x31 07. 26x37 06-11 08. 36-31 15-20 09. 34-29 07-12 10. 29-23 18x29 11. 35-30 24x35 12. 33x15 21-26 13. 39-33 13-18

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752220565.png">

14. 44-39 35x44 15. 49x40 18-22 16. 46-41 22-27 17. 31x22 26-31 18. 37x26 19-23 19. 28x19 17x46 20. 38-32 14x23 21. 43-38 46x28 22. 33x22 12-17 23. 38-33 17x28 24. 33x22 09-13 25. 42-38 08-12 26. 50-44 02-08 27. 48-42 01-06 28. 40-34 12-17 29. 38-33 17x28 30. 33x22 08-12 31. 42-38 12-17 32. 38-33 17x28 33. 33x22 10-14 34. 44-40 05-10 35. 47-42 03-09 36. 42-38 13-19 37. 34-30 14-20 38. 15x13 09x27 39. 30-24 16-21 40. 26x17 11x22 41. 39-33 10-14 42. 33-29 23x34 43. 40x29 22-28 44. 45-40 28-33 45. 38-32 27x38 46. 29-23


Wit : Alix Louis 1 Tijd: 1 uur 22 min.
Zwart: Fabrice Maggiore 1 Tijd: 1 uur 35 min.

01. 34-29 19-23 02. 40-34 14-19 03. 45-40 10-14 04. 29-24 20x29 05. 33x24 19x30 06. 34x25 14-19 07. 32-28 23x32 08. 37x28 18-23 09. 38-32 17-22 10. 28x17 12x21 11. 40-34 15-20 12. 25x14 19x10 13. 35-30 10-14 14. 39-33 05-10 15. 41-37 07-12 16. 43-39 01-07 17. 31-27 12-18 18. 33-29 11-17 19. 39-33 07-11

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752218764.png">

20. 30-25 21-26 21. 34-30 23x34 22. 30x39 17-21 23. 33-28 18-23 24. 28x19 14x23 25. 39-33 13-18 26. 44-39 08-12 27. 25-20 11-17 28. 20-15 17-22 29. 49-44 22x31 30. 36x27 12-17 31. 46-41 17-22 32. 41-36 22x31 33. 36x27 02-07 34. 33-28 09-14 35. 28x19 14x23 36. 39-33 03-09 37. 44-39 07-11 38. 50-44 11-17 39. 47-41 06-11 40. 41-36 17-22 41. 33-28 22x31 42. 36x27 11-17 43. 28x19 17-22 44. 39-33 22x31 45. 42-38 31x42 46. 38x47


Wit : Ricardo Pierre 2 Tijd: 1 uur 37 min.
Zwart: Dickson Maughn 0 Tijd: 2 uur 37 min.

01. 34-29 19-23 02. 40-34 14-19 03. 45-40 10-14 04. 50-45 05-10 05. 32-28 23x32 06. 37x28 18-23 07. 29x18 12x32 08. 38x27 19-23 09. 41-37 07-12 10. 34-30 14-19 11. 37-32 10-14 12. 42-38 20-24 13. 33-28 13-18 14. 47-42 08-13 15. 39-33 02-08 16. 44-39 17-21 17. 46-41 14-20 18. 41-37 09-14 19. 30-25 21-26

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752198684.png">

20. 39-34 12-17 21. 34-29 23x34 22. 40x29 17-22 23. 28x17 11x22 24. 43-39 04-09 25. 49-44 08-12 26. 29-23 19x28 27. 32x23 18x29 28. 27x07 01x12 29. 31-27 06-11 30. 44-40 13-18 31. 37-32 09-13 32. 32-28 11-17 33. 42-37 03-08 34. 37-32 17-22 35. 28x17 12x21 36. 48-42 08-12 37. 42-37 12-17 38. 36-31 17-22 39. 39-34 13-19 40. 34x12 24-29 41. 33x13 22-28 42. 32x23 21x41 43. 12-07 26x37 44. 23-18 41-46 45. 07-01 37-41 46. 13-08 20-24 47. 08-03 14-20 48. 25x14 24-30 49. 35x24 41-47 50. 24-20 47x07 51. 01x34 46x05 52. 03-08 15x24 53. 08x35 16-21 54. 35-13 21-26 55. 34-01 05-37 56. 40-35 37-41 57. 35-30 41-32 58. 30-25 32-41 59. 25-20 41-32 60. 45-40


Wit : Paulvin Simon 0 Tijd : 1 uur 24 min.
Zwart: Louis Gilles 2 Tijd : 1 uur 59 min.

01. 34-30 18-23 02. 30-25 12-18 03. 35-30 07-12 04. 30-24 19x30 05. 25x34 14-19 06. 40-35 10-14 07. 44-40 01-07 08. 49-44 05-10 09. 33-28 20-24 10. 34-30 14-20 11. 30-25 10-14 12. 39-33 17-22 13. 28x17 12x21 14. 44-39 08-12 15. 31-27 21-26 16. 33-28 11-17 17. 38-33 17-21 18. 42-38 02-08 19. 47-42 07-11 20. 39-34 12-17 21. 34-30 24-29 22. 33x24 20x29 23. 40-34 29x40 24. 45x34 17-22 25. 28x17 11x31 26. 36x27 15-20 27. 38-33 20-24 28. 42-38 04-10 29. 50-45 10-15 30. 33-28 08-12 31. 43-39 12-17

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752216638.png">

32. 39-33 17-22 33. 28x17 21x12 34. 34-29 23x34 35. 30x39 18-23 36. 48-43 12-18 37. 45-40 06-11 38. 41-36 14-20 39. 25x14 09x20 40. 40-34 24-29 41. 33x24 20x40 42. 35x44 19-24 43. 38-33 24-30 44. 33-28 03-08 45. 28x19 13x24 46. 32-28 08-13 47. 46-41 11-17 48. 44-40 30-35 49. 27-21 35x22 50. 21x23 22-28 51. 23x32 24-29 52. 43-39 15-20 53. 36-31 20-25 54. 31-27 25-30 55. 32-28 29-33 56. 28-23 33x44 57. 27-22 44-50 58. 23-18 50x06 59. 18x09 26-31 60. 37x26 16-21 61. 26x17 06x04

Wit : Lelio Marcos 1 Tijd: 2 uur 30 min.
Zwart: La Fontant Cherenfant 1 Tijd : 2 uur 03 min.

01. 34-30 20-25 02. 30-24 19x30 03. 35x24 17-21 04. 32-27 21x32 05. 37x28 11-17 06. 41-37 07-11 07. 33-29 01-07 08. 38-33 14-20 09. 42-38 10-14 10. 47-42 18-22 11. 37-32

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752214597.png">

11...14-19 12. 40-35 19x30 13. 35x24 05-10 14. 44-40 10-14 15. 46-41 14-19 16. 40-35 19x30 17. 35x24 13-18 18. 41-37 09-13 19. 50-44 22-27 20. 31x22 18x27 21. 32x21 17x26 22. 38-32 11-17 23. 37-31 26x37 24. 32x41 13-18 25. 43-38 16-21 26. 41-37 21-26 27. 37-32 06-11 28. 42-37 11-16 29. 28-23 17-21 30. 33-28 21-27 31. 32x21 26x17 32. 36-31 16-21 33. 38-32 21-26 34. 31-27 08-13 35. 45-40 04-09 36. 40-34 18-22 37. 27x18 13x33 38. 39x28 09-13 39. 32-27 13-18 40. 44-39 03-09 41. 39-33 18-22 42. 27x18 02-08 43. 48-42 08-13 44. 37-32 13x22 45. 42-37 07-11 46. 49-43 26-31 47. 37x26 12-18 48. 23x21 11-16 49. 28x17 16x49 50. 17-11 49-43 51. 11-06 43x08 52. 33-28 08-17 53. 28-23 25-30 54. 23-18 20-25 55. 06-01 17-03 56. 18-13 09x18 57. 01x23 30-35 58. 23-28 03-09 59. 29-23 35-40 60. 26-21 09-03 61. 21-16 03-12 62. 23-19 12-23 63. 28-46 23x05 64. 16-11

Wit : Eugene Britt 1 Tijd: 1 uur 15 min.
Zwart : Louiceus Shang Wong 1 Tijd: 1 uur 23 min.

01. 32-28 18-23 02. 34-29 23x32 03. 37x28 12-18 04. 41-37 07-12 05. 37-32 20-25 06. 46-41 19-23 07. 28x19 14x34 08. 39x30 25x34 09. 40x29 10-14 10. 41-37 05-10 11. 32-28 14-19 12. 37-32 01-07 13. 44-40 10-14 14. 50-44 14-20 15. 42-37 18-22 16. 44-39 16-21 17. 47-42 21-27 18. 32x21 17x26 19. 28x17 11x22 20. 29-24 19x30 21. 35x24 20x29 22. 33x24

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752212869.png">

22...06-11 23. 31-27 22x31 24. 36x27 11-17 25. 37-31 26x37 26. 42x31 07-11 27. 48-42 12-18 28. 40-35 18-23 29. 45-40 13-18 30. 40-34 08-13 31. 34-30 23-28 32. 31-26 11-16 33. 24-19 13x24 34. 30x19 17-21 35. 26x17 09-13 36. 19x08 03x32 37. 38x27 18-23 38. 42-37 23-29 39. 37-32 28x37 40. 39-33 29x38 41. 43x41 02-08 42. 27-22 08-12 43. 49-43 04-09 44. 43-39 15-20 45. 35-30 09-13 46. 39-33 13-19 47. 33-29 16-21 48. 22-17 19-23 49. 29x07 21x01 50. 41-37 01-07 51. 37-32 07-12 52. 32-28 12-18 53. 30-24 20x29 54. 28-23 18-22 55. 23x34 22-28 56. 34-29 28-32 57. 29-23 32-37 58. 23-18


12th PAN AMERICAN DRAUGHTS CHAMPIONSHIP
15 – 28 January 2004


Ronde 10 26-01-2004

W:61 2 Louiceus Shang Wong - 3 Fabrice Maggiore 2-0
W:62 10 Eugene Britt - 6 Ricardo Pierre 0-2
W:63 11 Carlos Lorevil - 5 LaFontant Cherenfant 2-0
W:64 9 Alix Louis - 7 Lelio Marcos 2-0
W:65 1 Anthony Alexandre - 4 Louis Gilles 1-1
W:66 12 Dickson Maughn - 8 Paulvin Simon 0-2


Ronde 11 28-01-2004

W:55 8 Paulvin Simon - 9 Alix Louis -
W:56 5 LaFontant Cherenfant - 1 Anthony Alexandre -
W:57 4 Louis Gilles - 2 Louiceus Shang Wong -
W:58 6 Ricardo Pierre - 11 Carlos Lorevil -
W:59 7 Lelio Marcos - 10 Eugene Britt -
W:60 3 Fabrice Maggiore - 12 Dickson Maughn -


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AW Pt 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
1 Louiceus Shang Wong 10 - 15 • 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1
Anthony Alexandre 10 - 15 0 • 2 2 1 2 . 1 2 1 2 2
3 Ricardo Pierre 10 - 13 1 0 • 0 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 2
4 Alix Louis 10 - 12 1 0 2 • 1 2 0 1 1 2 . 2
Fabrice Maggiore 10 - 12 0 1 1 1 • 1 2 . 1 2 1 2
6 Lelio Marcos 10 - 10 1 0 1 0 1 • 1 1 2 1 2 .
LaFontant Cherenfant 10 - 10 1 . 0 2 0 1 • 1 0 1 2 2
8 Dickson Maughn 10 - 9 0 1 0 1 . 1 1 • 2 1 0 2
Carlos Lorevil 10 - 9 0 0 . 1 1 0 2 0 • 1 2 2
10 Louis Gilles 10 - 8 . 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 • 2 1
11 Paulvin Simon 10 - 4 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 2 0 0 • 1
12 Eugene Britt 10 - 3 1 0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 1 1 •



26 january 2004
Round 10

Wit : Louiceus Shang Wong 2 Time: 2 uur 52 min.
Zwart: Fabrice Maggiore 0 Time: 2 uur 57 min.

01. 34-29 19-23 02. 39-34 14-19 03. 44-39 20-25 04. 35-30 15-20 05. 40-35 20-24 06. 29x20 25x14 07. 45-40 14-20 08. 30-25 20-24 09. 34-30 10-14 10. 32-28 23x32 11. 37x28 17-22 12. 28x17 12x21 13. 39-34 18-23 14. 31-26 07-12 15. 26x17 12x21 16. 36-31 23-28 17. 33x22 24-29 18. 34x23 19x17 19. 31-26 05-10 20. 41-37 14-19 21. 40-34 10-14 22. 34-29 01-07 23. 29-24 07-12

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752210603.png">

24. 50-44 21-27 25. 46-41 27-31 26. 44-39 31-36 27. 39-33 17-21 28. 26x17 11x22 29. 24-20 12-17 30. 37-32 16-21 31. 41-37 06-11 32. 33-29 11-16 33. 38-33 21-26 34. 43-38 13-18 35. 29-24 08-13 36. 20-15 17-21 37. 32-28 22-27 38. 37-32 18-22 39. 28x17 21x12 40. 32x21 16x27 41. 42-37 12-18 42. 49-44 02-07 43. 44-40 07-11 44. 40-34 03-08 45. 24-20 18-23 46. 34-29 23x34 47. 30x39 08-12 48. 39-34 12-18 49. 34-30 11-17 50. 48-42 18-23 51. 33-29 23x34 52. 30x39 17-22 53. 39-34 19-23 54. 34-30 14-19 55. 30-24 19x30 56. 25x34 27-31 57. 35-30 22-28 58. 30-25 13-19 59. 38-32 28-33 60. 34-30 09-13 61. 42-38 33x42 62. 37x48 13-18 63. 30-24 19x30 64. 25x34 18-22 65. 20-14 23-29 66. 34x23 22-28 67. 14-10 28x37 68. 10-05 37-41 69. 23-19 31-37 70. 48-42 37x48 71. 47-42 48x10 72. 05x46 26-31 73. 46-32

Wit : Eugene Britt 0 Time: 0 uur 14 min.
Zwart: Ricardo Pierre 2 Time: 0 uur 36 min.

01. 32-28 18-22 02. 31-26 12-18 03. 37-31 07-12 04. 41-37 01-07 05. 34-29 20-25 06. 37-32 14-20 07. 40-34 10-14 08. 47-41 05-10 09. 41-37 19-23 10. 28x19 14x23 11. 46-41 23-28 12. 32x23 22-27 13. 31x22 17x19 14. 45-40 19-24 15. 50-45 09-14 16. 37-32 14-19 17. 42-37 04-09 18. 32-28 18-22 19. 28x17 12x21 20. 26x17 11x22 21. 38-32 10-14

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752208551.png">

22. 33-28 24x33 23. 28x17 20-24 24. 39x28 24-30 25. 35x24 19x50 26. 32-27 50x42 27. 48x37 07-11 28. 43-38 11x22 29. 49-43 25-30 30. 43-39 06-11 31. 37-31 11-17 32. 40-34 30-35 33. 41-37 14-20

Wit : Carlos Lorevil 2 Time: 0 uur 23 min.
Zwart: La Fontant Cherenfant 0 Time: 0 uur 22 min.

01. 32-28 19-23 02. 28x19 14x23 03. 37-32 10-14 04. 41-37 05-10 05. 34-30 14-19 06. 30-25 10-14 07. 40-34 17-21 08. 44-40 21-26 09. 34-30 11-17 10. 39-34 06-11 11. 50-44 01-06 12. 44-39 17-22 13. 47-41 11-17 14. 32-28 23x32 15. 37x28 26x37 16. 41x32 22-27 17. 32x21 17x26 18. 46-41 18-22 19. 28x17 12x21 20. 41-37 07-11 21. 38-32

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752206737.png">

21...13-18 22. 37-31 26x28 23. 33x24 20x29 24. 34x23 15-20 25. 39-33 08-13 26. 43-38 13-19 27. 33-28 09-13 28. 49-43 11-17 29. 28-22 17x28 30. 23x32 19-23 31. 43-39 14-19 32. 25x14 19x10 33. 39-33 21-27 34. 32x21 16x27 35. 42-37 06-11 36. 30-25 10-14


Wit : Alix Louis 2 Time: 1 uur 22 min.
Zwart: Lelio Marcos 0 Time: 2 uur 04 min.

01. 34-29 19-24 02. 40-34 14-19 03. 45-40 19-23 04. 50-45 20-25 05. 29x20 25x14 06. 35-30 17-21 07. 30-25 21-26 08. 32-28 23x32 09. 37x28 26x37 10. 41x32 16-21 11. 46-41 21-26 12. 41-37 11-17 13. 34-29 17-22 14. 28x17 12x21 15. 32-28 07-11 16. 38-32 18-22 17. 28x17 11x22 18. 32-28 01-07 19. 28x17 21x12 20. 33-28 13-18 21. 37-32 12-17 22. 39-33 08-12 23. 43-38 09-13 24. 44-39 03-08 25. 40-34 17-22 26. 28x17 12x21 27. 32-28 07-11 28. 36-31 26x37 29. 42x31 21-27 30. 31x22 18x27 31. 45-40 27-31 32. 38-32 11-17 33. 40-35 06-11 34. 34-30 11-16 35. 49-43 16-21

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752204735.png">

36. 43-38 21-26 37. 29-24 17-21 38. 39-34 14-19 39. 34-29 04-09 40. 29-23 09-14 41. 33-29 21-27 42. 32x21 26x17 43. 28-22 17x28 44. 23x32 08-12 45. 38-33 12-18 46. 32-28 31-37 47. 48-43 02-07 48. 43-39 18-22 49. 28x17 07-12 50. 17x08 13x02 51. 24x13 14-20 52. 25x14 10x08 53. 33-28 08-12 54. 28-22

Wit : Anthony Alexandre 1 Time: 1 uur 24 min.
Zwart: Louis Gilles 1 Time: 1 uur 53 min.

01. 32-28 19-23 02. 28x19 14x23 03. 35-30 10-14 04. 33-29 17-22 05. 30-24 13-19 06. 24x13 08x19 07. 37-32 09-13 08. 41-37 04-09 09. 46-41 02-08 10. 32-27 20-25 11. 37-32 14-20 12. 31-26 22x31 13. 26x37 20-24 14. 29x20 25x14 15. 34-30 15-20 16. 30-25 20-24 17. 39-33 05-10 18. 44-39 11-17 19. 36-31 06-11 20. 31-27 01-06 21. 50-44 10-15 22. 41-36 14-20 23. 25x14 09x20 24. 37-31 03-09 25. 42-37 09-14 26. 48-42

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752202729.png">

24-30 27. 40-34 30-35 28. 31-26 23-28 29. 33x22 17x28 30. 32x23 18x40 31. 45x34 11-17 32. 37-32 07-11 33. 38-33 13-18 34. 42-38 17-21 35. 26x17 11x31 36. 36x27 06-11 37. 32-28 18-23 38. 38-32 20-24 39. 34-29 23x34 40. 39x30 12-18 41. 43-38 18-23 42. 49-43 11-17 43. 43-39 08-13 44. 30-25 17-21 45. 44-40 35x44 46. 39x50 23-29 47. 50-44 29-34 48. 44-39 34x43 49. 38x49 13-18 50. 49-44 18-23 51. 47-42 21-26 52. 42-37 16-21 53. 27x16 23-29 54. 32-27 29x38 55. 16-11 38-43 56. 44-39 43x34 57. 11-07 34-40 58. 07-01 40-45 59. 01-06 24-29 60. 27-22 19-23 61. 28x10 15x04 62. 22-17 29-33 63. 06-01 45-50 64. 17-12 33-38 65. 01-06 38-43 66. 12-08 43-49 67. 08-02 50-45

Wit : Dickson Maughn 0 Time: 1 uur 48 min.
Zwart: Paulvin Simon 2 Time: 0 uur 54 min.

01. 34-30 20-25 02. 32-28 25x34 03. 39x30 15-20 04. 44-39 18-23 05. 37-32 20-24 06. 41-37 12-18 07. 50-44 07-12 08. 47-41 02-07 09. 30-25 10-15 10. 40-34 17-21 11. 44-40 21-26 12. 31-27 14-20 13. 25x14 09x20 14. 49-44 04-09 15. 34-30 05-10 16. 36-31 11-17 17. 41-36 07-11 18. 27-22 18x27 19. 31x22 10-14 20. 30-25 01-07 21. 36-31 17-21 22. 31-27 12-18 23. 46-41 07-12 24. 41-36

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752200824.png">

24...23-29 25. 37-31 26x37 26. 42x31 12-17 27. 35-30 24x35 28. 33x24 20x29 29. 48-42 14-20 30. 25x34 18-23 31. 28x19 17x48 32. 31-26 21x32 33. 38x27 13x24 34. 34-29 24x33 35. 39x28 48x31 36. 26x37 16-21 37. 37-32 11-16 38. 36-31 21-26 39. 31-27 16-21


Ranglijst

AW Pt 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
1 Louiceus Shang Wong 10 - 15 • 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1
Anthony Alexandre 10 - 15 0 • 2 2 1 2 . 1 2 1 2 2
3 Ricardo Pierre 10 - 13 1 0 • 0 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 2
4 Alix Louis 10 - 12 1 0 2 • 1 2 0 1 1 2 . 2
Fabrice Maggiore 10 - 12 0 1 1 1 • 1 2 . 1 2 1 2



Ronde 11 28-01-2004

W:55 8 Paulvin Simon - 9 Alix Louis -
W:56 5 LaFontant Cherenfant - 1 Anthony Alexandre -
W:57 4 Louis Gilles - 2 Louiceus Shang Wong -
W:58 6 Ricardo Pierre - 11 Carlos Lorevil -
W:59 7 Lelio Marcos - 10 Eugene Britt -
W:60 3 Fabrice Maggiore - 12 Dickson Maughn -


Games in Dambo-applet are available here:

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Hello Hanco,

I saw the analysis og Game F. MAGIORRE - A. Alexandre.

With DAM 2.2 Blacks actually wins !!

What a pity for LOUIS-SYDNEY of MARTINIQUE! He should have played

16 -21 at the good moment !!

You learn me that R. ALIAS won R. CLERC and H. JANSSEN in WORLD

championship !!

I will read the analysis as soon as possible !!

Who is the best Haitian ? ALEXANDRE or LOUICEUS ? Suspens !!!!!

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I 've just seen you updated the forum !!!

Yes !!! BIG SUSPENS !!!

Thanks to LOUIS GILLES because of his draw against A. ALEXANDRE !!

LOUICEUS S.W BIG STAR against F. MAGIORRE !!

I am in a hurry to see the games in the site of DAMMEUR !!

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And LOUIS GILLES is the referee of this Championship : He will meet

LOUICEUS S.W in the last round !!!

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Jacques PERMAL wrote:
What a pity for LOUIS-SYDNEY of MARTINIQUE! He should have played

16 -21 in the good moment !!


Who is the best Haitian ? ALEXANDRE or LOUICEUS ? Suspens !!!!!


Hello Jacques,
Do you know if there are open international tournaments on Martinique sometimes?
Friends of mine were there and they showed me photographs of beautiful flowers and plants, growing only on Martinique in the tropical forest in the centre of this excellent island. It would be nice to have a draughtstournament there!

Where H. Louis-Sidney should have played 16-21?

I think Louicéus Shang Wong is troubled more by bad nerves than Anthony Alexandre. We will see tomorrow!

'Big money' could be involved!
Adam Andall told me that he could have won a house from his government, when he had won the Pan-Am in Grenada in 2001!! He finished second...


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Hanco,

I deceived myself about analysis of LOUIS-SYDNEY game. I wrote "16-21"

But I was thinking 14-19 at the good moment (48th move).

Am I right ?


MARTINIQUE is also a french caribean island. But there are not affiliated

associations of draughts. Only isolated players.

About house that could have been won by K.A ANDALL, I thought about a

misadventure of a GOLF taiwanese player in THAILAND this week-end.

There were a condominium and a car offered for a player who could have

succeeded a hole-in-one in a namely hole. Unfortunately he holed a same

another hole (par 3) in one ...two days in a row !!!!

"No key car again" he said !!!

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Jacques PERMAL wrote:
Hanco,

I deceived myself about analysis of LOUIS-SYDNEY game. I wrote "16-21"

But I was thinking 14-19 at the good moment (48th move).

Am I right ?


MARTINIQUE is also a french caribean island. But there are not affiliated

associations of draughts. Only isolated players.

About house that could have been won by K.A ANDALL, I thought about a

misadventure of a GOLF taiwanese player in THAILAND this week-end.

There were a condominium and a car offered for a player who could have

succeeded a hole-in-one in a namely hole. Unfortunately he holed a same

another hole (par 3) in one ...two days in a row !!!!

"No key car again" he said !!!


Hi Jacques, it's about this part of the game Alexandre - Louis-Sidney.
Schwarzman:

H. Louis-Sidney (Martinique)
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752323437.png">
Anthony Alexandre (Haïti)

48.47-41?
Better is first 48.29-24, with which black won't have the possibility to play 48...14-19! 49.29-24 19x30 50.25x34 16-21 followed by 51...32-38 52...28-32 etc.
48...16-21?
Sidney misses the last chance to a draw.
49.29-24 14-19 50.24x13 18x9 51.25-20 32-38
Now this manoeuvre isn't working.
52.33x42 28-32 53.41-37! 32x41 54.36x47 27x36 55.39-33 21-27 56.42-38
and white won in opposition.
A classic example!"


It's a pity, a big shame, that there is no association on Martinique!!
Isn't it possible that the French Federation de Jeu de Dames orders Fabrice Maggiore or Frantz Forbin (Kaiser Frantz Forbinsky the Great, as he calls himself) to leave Guadeloupe and found an organisation in Martinique!?

Poor Adam Andall, he never became the old one again after blowing the house.


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Jacques PERMAL wrote:
I 've just seen you updated the forum !!!

Yes !!! BIG SUSPENS !!!

Thanks to LOUIS GILLES because of his draw against A. ALEXANDRE !!

LOUICEUS S.W BIG STAR against F. MAGIORRE !!

I am in a hurry to see the games in the site of DAMMEUR !!


Unfortunately Patrick hasn't found the time to put in the ninth and tenth round in his site http://membres.lycos.fr/dammeur/pdn/pan_american.htm
otherwise everyone could enjoy this new Louicéus-game. With brave resistance from Fabrice Maggiore!
Let's put in some more diagrams!
Louicéus Shang Wong is the left one, with the designed hair, on the photograph
http://fmjd.org/gallery3/var/albums/old/ad82a41cf89891e1d25ba7de9790fcab.jpg
26 january 2004
Round 10

Wit : Louiceus Shang Wong 2 Time: 2 uur 52 min.
Zwart: Fabrice Maggiore 0 Time: 2 uur 57 min.

01. 34-29 19-23 02. 39-34 14-19 03. 44-39 20-25
04. 35-30 15-20 05. 40-35 20-24 06. 29x20 25x14

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752357204.png">

07. 45-40 14-20 08. 30-25 20-24 09. 34-30 10-14
10. 32-28 23x32 11. 37x28 17-22 12. 28x17 12x21
13. 39-34 18-23 14. 31-26 07-12 15. 26x17 12x21
16. 36-31 23-28 17. 33x22 24-29 18. 34x23 19x17
19. 31-26 05-10 20. 41-37 14-19 21. 40-34 10-14
22. 34-29 01-07 23. 29-24 07-12

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752210603.png">

24. 50-44 21-27 25. 46-41 27-31 26. 44-39 31-36
27. 39-33 17-21 28. 26x17 11x22 29. 24-20 12-17
30. 37-32 16-21

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752359523.png">

31. 41-37 06-11 32. 33-29 11-16 33. 38-33 21-26
34. 43-38 13-18 35. 29-24 08-13 36. 20-15

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752361199.png">

36...17-21 37. 32-28 22-27 38. 37-32 18-22
39. 28x17 21x12 40. 32x21 16x27 41. 42-37 12-18
42. 49-44 02-07 43. 44-40 07-11

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752362402.png">

44. 40-34 03-08 45. 24-20 18-23 46. 34-29 23x34
47. 30x39 08-12 48. 39-34 12-18

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752363373.png">

49. 34-30 11-17 50. 48-42 18-23 51. 33-29 23x34
52. 30x39 17-22 53. 39-34

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752364749.png">

53...19-23 54. 34-30 14-19 55. 30-24 19x30
56. 25x34 27-31 57. 35-30 22-28

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752365727.png">

58. 30-25 13-19 59. 38-32 28-33 60. 34-30 09-13

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752366756.png">

61. 42-38 33x42 62. 37x48 13-18 63. 30-24 19x30
64. 25x34 18-22 65. 20-14

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752367966.png">

65...23-29 66. 34x23 22-28 67. 14-10 28x37
68. 10-05 37-41 69. 23-19 31-37

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias/save/10752368984.png">

70. 48-42 37x48 71. 47-42 48x10 72. 05x46 26-31
73. 46-32


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PATICK work today, so it will be difficult for him to update his site before midnight.

But I looked your diagramms. Good finish of LOUICEUS S.W against F. MAGIORRE. Good Job !!

Are Dutch players interested by this Panamerican championship ?

Only few players in France usually read international tournaments results.

What a pity !! :x

And where are others players of others countries ? Why haven't they ever

expressed thier opinions here ? :D

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