2019 Annual Masterpoint Race Winners


First Place Winner

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Ramey Farah (300-500), Deborah Goldsmith (500-1000), Murray Warmath (1500-2500), and Elaine Chan (2500-3500) convincingly won their Mini-McKenney brackets. Ramey Farah (300-500) also won the district level Mini-McKenney, scooting 30 MP ahead of Julia Nadal from Santa Barbara and placed second in the district level Ace of Club. Deborah Goldsmith (500-1000) was third in the district level Mini-McKenney.

Several San Diego unit members placed well in the district rankings. Larry Sherman (2500-3500) edged into first place with a 10 MP lead and Lamya Agelidis placed fourth and Elaine Chan placed fifth in the same bracket. Jim Johnsen (5000-7500) and Paul Darin (7500-10000) convincing won their brackets at the district level and came in second and ten respectively nationally (Jim Johnsen was fewer than 13 MP out of first place). Phyllis Yates and Sam Madison-Jammal were a distant second and third behind Paul Darin at the district level. Majorie and Charles O’Malley (both 1500-2500) took second and third respectively.

The Mini-McKenney counts total masterpoints earned for the year and the Ace of Clubs counts only masterpoints earned at clubs as opposed to sectionals, regionals, and nationals. There are multiple brackets for each race based on the number of masterpoints a player has at the start of the year. In 2018, the ACBL split the former 1000-2500 and 2500-5000 brackets into two separate brackets.

The Mini-McKenney counts total masterpoints earned for the year and the Ace of Clubs counts only masterpoints earned at clubs as opposed to sectionals, regionals, and nationals. There are multiple brackets for each race based on the number of masterpoints a player has at the start of the year.

Full 2019 Listings

U526 Mini-McKenney, D22 Mini-McKenney, National Mini-McKenney
U526 Ace of Clubs, D22 Ace of Clubs, National Ace of Clubs
All Masterpoint Races