NM Elliott dominates Jamaican Championship with a 9-0 blitz!

Jamaica

NM Warren Elliott has successfully defended his crown and has sent a clear message to Jamaican players. NM Elliott scored an unprecedented 9-0 by toppling the nation's #1 player in NM Shane Matthews. Despite the absence of several strong players in this championship, NM Warren Elliott is now the "King of Jamaican Chess." A 9-0 score is remarkable and by examining his games, it may not have mattered who played. Keisha Ramator dominated the women's competition with 7 points. Ramon Jackson took the President's Cup with 6 and Dominic Lobban topped the Cadet (U14) field with 5. More details available below at the links below!

Jamaican Ambassadors Chess Academy

PGN games of the Men's Championship (all games)


Posted by The Chess Drum: 21 August 2001

FM Warren Elliott, 2-time Defending Champion

NM Warren Elliott
2-time Jamaican National Champion

(photo courtesy of ChessBase.com)