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1976 Boise Chess Club Championship
Boise, Idaho - January 21-February 25, 1976

##PlayerResidenceUSCF123455ScoreMedSolkPrize
1Richard S. VandenburgBoise1940W16W11W6W5D2W715½ $20
2Gregory T. PerrymanBoise1816W25D22W12W8D1W5513½ 10
3Todd ChaseBoise1391W29W18L5D4W14W814 20
4Eric BueBoise1546W26D8D22D3W20W912 20
5Larry R. ParsonsBoise1805W23W20W3L1W6L2416  
6Nick SkirmantsBoise1414W10W7L1W15L5W17414½ 10
7Robert S. McAlpineOntario, OR1560W17L6W13W23W16L1413½ 10
8Clark KetchumBoise1395W14D4W9L2W11L316  
9James C. StarkBoise1566D32W21L8W13W12L412½18 
10J. Barry DeWaneBoiseUnr.L6W17D11L12W29W2212½17½15
11John A. StreiffBoise1496W24L1D10W21L8W201220 
12George W. RasorBoise1474D21W32L2W10L9W241217 
13Peter M. IversonBoiseUnr.W27W31L7L9D15W2311½ 15
14Walter A. YoungBoise1544L8W29W25D20L3W211116½ 
15Steven E. RyalsBoise1563W31W27L23L6D13W161116 
16Gary MartinMeridian1268L1W24W19W22L7L15313  
17Craig M. MooreBoise1405L7L10W30W28W18L6312½  
18Terry ErtterBoise1472W28L3L20W26L17W27316 
19Rodney C. JokiBoise1497L20W28L16D25D24W26314½ 
20Hugh S. MyersBoise1307W19L5W18D14L4L1114  
21Roger DemareeBoise1238D12L9W32L11W25L1413*  
22Victor F. WatermanNampa1432W30D2D4L16D23L1013½19½ 
23William C. GosvenorNampa1407L5W26W15L7D22L1313½19½ 
24John R. FallsOntario, ORUnr.L11L16W29W32D19L1210½  
25Jack S. HaynesBoise1402L2W30L14D19L21W2910  
26James E. WilliamsBoiseUnr.L4L23W27L18W32L19210½15½ 
27Donn R. McGinnisBoise1219L13L15L26W30W28L18210½15 
28Steve L. FlockBoiseUnr.L18L19W31L17L27W3029  
29Sean G. DownsBoiseUnr.L3L14L24W31L10L25112  
30Grant E. JokiKunaUnr.L22L25L17L27W31L2819  
31Leon SewellBoiseUnr.L15L13L28L29L30W321  
32Richard R. DownsBoiseUnr.D9L12L21L24L26L31½10½  

* Note: Roger Demaree's tie break would put him just below William C. Gosvenor in the crosstable (and this was known and indicated at the time of original reporting on the source document with a hand-drawn arrow). The crosstable was not re-typed at the time as the arrow was sufficient to show what happened.