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2003 New Zealand Diplomacy Championships Results

The 2003 New Zealand Diplomacy Championships were held at The Onehunga Workingmans Club, 158 The Mall, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand, from October 25th - 27th. Three rounds were played over three days, with games scored using the Detour 98f scoring system. All three rounds counted for a player's ranking in the tournament. The tournament director was Will Black.

Rank Player State Score
1 Dominick Stephens WEL 74.528
2 Yann Clouet FRA 66.038
3 Quentin Ball** AKL 59.211
4 Peter Taylor AKL 57.050
5 Will Black** AKL 33.688
6 Sean Colman NSW 28.035
7 Grant Steel AKL 25.289
8 Ethan Taylor AKL 21.546
9 Rob Schone* WEL 12.727
10 Yvonne Walus* AKL 1.887
11 John Lucksteadt* AKL 1.818
* Number of Games < 3
AKL Auckland
FRA France
NSW New South Wales, Australia
WEL Wellington
Trophies Player SC
Calhammer Cup Dominick Stephens 26
Best Austria Yann Clouet 13
Best England Dominick Stephens 17
Best France Peter Taylor 9
Best Germany Not awarded 0
Best Italy Quentin Ball 12
Best Russia Dominick Stephens 9
Best Turkey Yann Clouet 10
A total of 11 players participated

Congratulations to the Dominick for winning his first ever tournament, playing his first tournament back after a 18 month break
Thanks to Will for GMing and Quentin, Rob, and Will for standing down from playing a round or two.  New venue is great, thanks to Grant Steel for sorting this out. 

Players player went to Yann by a large margin.  Well done Yann, he also played a GM position in the first round and of the three (Yann, Quentin and Will) was the only one to get a survival in both games and thus got best GM position.  Thanks for coming to New Zealand Yann.

Will Black

Diplomacy Association of Australia and New Zealand, Incorp. Assoc. (Vic) no. A0029615P.

Last modified: 9 September, 2009
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