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Alhambra (ALH) WBC 2022 Event Report
Updated March 6, 2023
107 Players Terry Masten 2022 Status 2023 Status History/Laurels
2022 Champion Click box for details. Click box for details.

New Blood atop the Palace!

There were 14 games played in each of the 2 heats.

Some interesting facts from these two heats:

  • This is the first year in the many years that I have been the GM that there hasn’t been at least one individual who won their games in both heats.
  • There were two games ending in a tie. Paul Klayder won in tie breaker over Kevin Peterson and Robert Drozd won the tie breaker over John Faella. The other close scoring games that were decided by only 1-point difference was won by: Luke Luckini over Angela Bender, David Metzger over Scott Saccenti, and Anthony Bosca over Pete Gathmann.
  • Nicole Bosca had the highest overall ending game score of 126 points. The other Winners that had high ending scores were: David Sander with 112, Aaron Kaltman with 110, Pete Gathmann with 109, and Jerry Masten with 107.

The results of the Semi-finals were:

  • Luke Luckini won his table with the closest scoring game. He won by 3 points over Lisa Gutermuth who is the reigning Champion from 2019. This was followed by Curt Collins II, Eric Freeman, and Jason Arvey.
  • Chris Meyer won his table with the next closest scoring game. He had 106 followed by P. Gathmann with 99. This . followed by David Cross, David Metzger, and Anthony Bosca.
  • Terry Masten won his table by the largest margin. He had 111 while his closest competitor was Andrew Menard with 86. This was followed by Robert Drozd, Lola Davidson, and Nicole Bosca.
  • The other 2 tables were won by 11 points with Lyman Moquin and myself (Debbie Gutermuth). This was the first time I have ever advanced to the finals in the 10 years of running this event. Lyman’s closest competitor was Erik Schlosser followed by Rob Kircher, Jim Fry and David Sander. My closest competitor was a tie between Paul Klayder and Chris George followed by Peter Eldridge and Michael Vaz.

In the Finals:

  • Terry Masten got off to a 4-point lead (16 points) which was achieved by having a wall length of 11 after the first scoring round. He was followed by me with 12 points, then Chris Meyer with 10 points, Lymann Moquin with 3 points and Luke Luckini with 2 points.
  • At the end of the second scoring round, Terry had extended his lead to 7 points with 48 points. Chris had improved his position and pulled into second place with 41 points which was followed up with myself with 36 points. Luke and Lymann scored more in this round than the first but were still a far distance behind with 19 and 18 points, respectively.
  • In the last scoring round, Luke and Lymann scored the most points with 56 and 55, respectively giving them ending scores of 75 and 73. While they earned a lot in the round, it did not make up for how much they had fallen behind in the earlier rounds with them ending in fourth and fifth places. Chris scored 43 points in this round with Terry scoring 41 points and myself scoring only 40 points. This meant Chris gained on Terry but not enough to take the lead. Terry had the ending score of 89 followed by Chris with 84 and then myself with 76.

Congratulations to Terry Masten on being the 2022 Alhambra Champion!

Thanks to all for playing.

2022 Laurelists Repeating Laurelists: 1

Chris Meyer Debbie Gutermuth Luke Luckini Lyman Moquin Lisa Gutermuth
2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Rob Kircher relaxing in his Alhambra game. Defending Champ Lisa Gutermuth trying to repeat.
Chris Meyer all smiles on his way to the Final. Finalists including GM Debbie Gutermuth.



GM     Debbie Gutermuth [16th Year]