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2017 Correspondence Leventhal Divisional Tournament Standings


Last Updated: May 3, 2017

The Correspondence Leventhal Divisional Tournament is a fun and exciting tournament! All players are divided up into divisions depending on their playing strength. It is a double round robin tournament, so each player will play each player in their division 2 times, once as white and once as black. The player in each division that has the best record at the end of the tournament will be the winner of their division for the tournament!! All correspondence games are played by e-mail. If you would like to start playing chess by e-mail, just contact us, and we will get you started!!

For the rules of this tournament, please see Rules for the 2017 Leventhal Divisional Tournament

Below please find the current standings by division, but if you would like to see a list of the game matchups in each round and their results, then just go to the Matchups page.

Current Standings by Division

Premier Division

Jeff Siebrandt, 3-0-0
Chris Chaffin, 1-0-0
Glenn Royer, 1-0-1
Jim Thoune, 0-0-1
Don Walhout, 0-0-3

Division 1

Tuan Rushdi, 3-0-0
Aaron Kriegel, 2-0-0
Estelita Clayton, 1-0-2
Al Pietrolungo, 0-1-1
Bob Rathbun, 0-1-3

Division 2

Catherine Dib, 3-0-0
Curtis Cockayne, 1-1-1
Vinnie Beatty, 1-0-1
Anthony Horton, 1-0-2
Lucy Jensen, 0-1-2

Division 3

Dammy Onafeko, 1-0-0
Paul Boucher, 1-0-0
Jim Homme, 1-0-1
Debbie Mckenzie, 1-0-2

Evan Reese, 1-0-2

Division 4

Greg Mason, 2-0-0
Peter Feysa, 1-0-0
Nancy Seiden, 1-0-1
Jimmy Simpson, 0-0-1
Phil Haaland, 0-0-2

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