Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic USCF ID Check

Dear Registered Chess Players, 
Tornelo does not tell us the USCF ID even though it had a comment section I thought they could be entered into. I have looked everyone up on the USCF Ratings page. Please confirm that your information is correct. If it is no action needs to be taken.

If it is not correct then please email dailychessmusings@gmail.com with the correct name, section, and USCF ID #.
Thank you,

Chris Torres

SectionNameSort descendingMember IDStateExp Date
K-1Ariv Debmisra17314200Pennsylvania3/31/23
K-1Asher Yu30144463Pennsylvania3/31/23
K-1Dann Merriman17079355Washington6/30/21
K-1Dharsh Patibandla30141875New Jersey3/31/22
K-1Eric (Deli) Liu30136104New York3/31/23
K-1EVELYN YI-AN HSING17135133California9/30/22
K-1Johnson Weng30136161New York3/31/22
K-1Joshua Goldberg30017089Texas7/31/21
K-1Kiyomi Yuk30136211New York3/31/22
K-1Matthew Chao30069592New York11/30/22
K-1PETER WARDLOW17084046Texas6/30/21
K-1Pritish Singhal30147983Missouri3/31/22
K-1Raymond Ouyang30136126New York3/31/22
K-1sai chandhuru vijay regunathan30185550California5/31/22
K-1Sayan mukhopadhyay17246194California12/31/21
K-1Siva Kolli16953345Nebraska5/31/23
K-1Talia Pogue-Jewell30045235Texas10/31/21
K-1Vedant Basu Acharya30028824California7/31/22
K-1WINSTON CHEN17150276New York10/31/21
2-5.Aaron Reeve Mendes301642434/30/22
2-5.Aaron Zhiyang Wu16979024California4/30/23
2-5.ADITI DEORUKHKAR17158932Kentucky12/31/21
2-5.Alice Wang30169814New York4/30/23
2-5.anusha mukhopadhyay16454747California11/30/21
2-5.Asher Georgy30181000New Jersey5/31/23
2-5.COLE POGUE-JEWELL16586454Texas6/30/23
2-5.Devansh Alwa30163889Arkansas4/30/22
2-5.GEORGE YOU30136172New York3/31/22
2-5.Havish Arun30147543California3/31/22
2-5.Holden Scheff30152348California3/31/22
2-5.Joshua Huang
2-5.Kendrick R Qu16878463Texas4/30/22
2-5.KHAUSHAL RAGAVAN16179091Ohio2/28/19
2-5.Lucas Moras16303764California5/31/22
2-5.MANU VARMA VEGISANA17351803Connecticut6/30/21
2-5.ROHAN Dileep MENON17197867Illinois######
2-5.Sai Nirmith Indukuri30174816California5/31/22
2-5.Samuel Carpenter17234687Maryland4/30/22
2-5.Shaun R McGrath30018955Alabama7/31/22
2-5.SHREEANSH BOMMOJU16766242Georgia8/31/20
2-5.SOPHIA HUANG16661048New Jersey4/30/22
2-5.TRENT JOSEPH PADILLA16969761New Mexico2/29/20
6-8.Ankita Jain163044913/31/22
6-8.Ansh Batra16342642Delaware4/30/22
6-8.CODY NATTAWAT SATINSKY16416198Florida8/31/21
6-8.Dev Patel
6-8.DEVIN THOMAS KOZAKIS16335300California6/30/21
6-8.GAURI M M DEORUKHKAR16470705Kentucky1/31/22
6-8.HARDIK ALWA16285504Arkansas4/30/22
6-8.Jericho Suarez
6-8.Johannes Chow30063081Delaware11/30/21
6-8.Kaelyn Dasovich30145084California3/31/22
6-8.Kian Javier Nashat30185882Massachusetts5/31/23
6-8.Phuc Hoang30153532Kentucky3/31/22
6-8.SANJAY SEETHARAMAN REDDY Jr.15094558California3/31/22
6-8.Sebastian Henriksson30182305New York5/31/22
6-8.Siddharth Sivakumar15677938Ohio2/28/23
6-8.Sydney Zhang30184072California5/31/22
6-8.Taedus Nguyen16737114Texas3/31/22
6-8.Vivaan Garg30024650Texas7/31/21
9-12.ARNAV KAPADIA160811558/31/21
9-12.CEDRICK JORELLE GARCIA16366298California3/31/22
9-12.JACKSON BENNETT15214812California3/31/22
9-12.Jake Ebersole16315972Minnesota5/31/23
9-12.JEEVAN DHANOTA16670208California7/31/21
9-12.Matthew Hsin-De Tran14710246California5/31/22
9-12.OJAS AGARWAL15062882Florida3/31/19
9-12.RIHAN PODDER17193775Ohio11/30/20

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Chris Torres is a nationally renowned scholastic chess coach working in the San Francisco Bay Area. His classes have attracted players of strengths ranging from rank beginners to world champions. A chess professional since 1998, Chris is widely recognized as one of the main driving forces behind the explosion in popularity and sudden rise in quality of scholastic chess in California. Chris Torres served as the President of the Torres Chess and Music Academy from 2005-2020 and currently is recognized as a correspondence chess master with the United States Chess Federation. Since 1998 Chris Torres has taught 6 individual national champions as well as led multiple school teams to win national championship titles. In addition, Chris Torres has directed and taught at 10 different schools which have been California State Champions at chess. In 2011 and 2012, several former and current students of Chris Torres have been selected to represent the United States at the World Youth Chess Championships. Mr. Torres’ hobbies include playing classical guitar and getting his students to appear on the national top 100 chess rating lists.

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