World Championship 3-Move Matches:
2019 Sergio Scarpetta - Italy vs Ron King - Barbados in the fall of 2019 in Barbados. King earned the right to challenge Sergio by winning WCDF WQT 3-Move in October 1-5, 2018 in Barbados and over 2nd place Alex Moiseyev. Also Moiseyev has challenged Sergio in fall of 2019 but not a sanctioned WTM.
2017 Sergio Scarpetta - Italy 6-1-29 Borgetti - Italy, September 9th - 23rd The 3-Move World Challenge Match, Livorno, Italy
2016 3-move WQT (World Qualifier Tournament) Sergio Scarpetta (Italy)won June 08 - 12, 2016 - Rome, Italy, and the Challenger Borghetti for a match in 2017 for the 3-Move World Title held by Michele Borghetti (Italy) since he placed over Alex Moiseyev who finished 2nd, and also won 2016 3-Move US National Champion in Branson, MO. July 24-27 Michele Borgetti claiming the World 3-Move by dethroning USA Alex Moiseyev in 2013 and Borghetti defended his title against Kondlo in 2015. So GM Alex Moiseyev must try again at the 2018 WQT, but King won over Moiseyev in 3-Move WQT in Oct 1-5, 2018 in Barbados.
2015 Michele Borghetti Italy 6-1-29 Lubabalo Kondlo South Africa at Livorno, Italy on Monday, August 31st through Sunday, September 13th 2015. Lubabalo Kondlo of South Africa earned the rights to challenge Michele Borghetti for the 3-move world title match in 2015 by winning over Sergio Scarpetta in a "head to head tie breaker" in this tournament, and also won the 2014 US 3-Move National in Louisville, KY July 23-27 as a Co-Champion tie with Alex Moiseyev, and the 2014 3-Move WQT in Clarksville, IN to challenge World 3-Move Champ Borgetti in 2015
2013 Michele Borghetti Italy 6-3-29 Alex Moiseyev USA June 26th-July7th at in l’Hotel La Vedetta di Montenero, Livorno, Italy. Borghetti won Gold 3-Move (IMAS) “The 2nd World Mind Sports Games” to qualify.
2011 Alex Moiseyev USA 7-6-27 Michele Borghetti Livorno, Italy played in Cleveland, OH Aug. 13th-23rd, 9 AM at the World Famous Agora Theatre and Ballroom.
2009 Alex Moiseyev USA 4-4-32 Ron King Barbados played October 5th-15th The Rodeway Inn Medina Conference Center, Medina, Ohio.
2007 Alex Moiseyev USA Ron King Barbados (Bids extended but cancelled 9/27/2007) King wins both 2006 3-Move WQT & 3-Move Nat. King lost his right to challenge by bid default.
2005 Alex Moiseyev USA 8-3-25 Ron King Barbados played in Anderson, SC 10 Day-40 Games, $10,000 prize fund, May 23-June 3 (Suppose to play GAYP WCM in 2006)
2003 Alex Moiseyev USA 8-2-25 Ron King Barbados played in Cookstown, Northern Ireland
2002 Alex Moiseyev USA 12-0-7 Elbert Lowder USA
1997 Ron King Barbados 7-5-26 Pat McCarthy
1996 Ron King Barbados 5-5-30 Don Lafferty USA
1994 Ron King Barbados 14-1-13 William Edwards
1991 Derek Oldbury England 7-4-27 Richard Hallett USA
1989 Marion Tinsley USA 10-0-20 Paul Davis USA (Won 1988 3-Move National earned right to challenge World Champ Tinsley)
1987 Marion Tinsley USA 2-0-36 Don Lafferty USA
1985 Marion Tinsley USA 6-1-28 Asa Long USA
1981 Marion Tinsley USA 3-0-34 Asa Long USA
1979 Marion Tinsley USA 15-0-10 Elbert Lowder USA
1967 Walter Hellman USA 5-0-31 Eugene Frazier USA
1965 Walter Hellman USA 7-1-27 Derek Oldbury England at Stanford,CT
1963 Walter Hellman USA 2-1-37 Basil Case USA
1962 Walter Hellman USA 2-2-26 Asa Long USA
1958 Marion Tinsley USA 9-1-24 Derek Oldbury England
1955 Marion Tinsley USA 3-0-35 Walter Hellman USA
1953 Walter Hellman USA 4-1-33 Basil Case USA
1951 Walter Hellman USA 6-1-29 Maurice Chamblee USA
1949 Walter Hellman USA 4-4-42 Willie Ryan USA
1948 Walter Hellman USA 2-1-47 Asa Long USA
1936 Asa Long USA 3-1-35 Edwin Hunt USA
1934 Asa Long USA 7-3-27 Newell Banks USA
Alex Moiseyev 11-Man World Champion 2002- Present
Ron King GAYP World Champion 1994 - 2012 GAYP World Titles, a feat only Ron King has held this World Title from 23 years.
World Championship GAYP Matches:
2019 Lubabalo Kondlo... Next 1st place 2019 GAYP WQT winner may challenge Lubabalo Kondlo in 2020. 2019 GAYP WQT scheduled in Barbados since they won the 2019 bid.
2018 Lubabalo Kondlo vs Michele Borghetti GAYP WTM - Kondlo of South Africa defeated Borghetti of Italy by the score of 25 to 15 (15 draws and 5 wins). 5W-0L-15D, ICHF Petal, MS, Sept 8-14, 2018.
2017 Lubabalo Kondlo wins 2017 GAYP National , July 24-27,2017 Lebanon, TN and WCDF World GAYP Qualifier & Women/Youth World Championship, ICHF, Petal, MS July 31st - August 4th and then challenged Borghetti for the GAYP World Title in 2018.
2016 Michele Borghetti Italy 1-0-23 Sergio Scarpetta Italy July 8-15th in Rome, Italy. In 2015 Michele Borghetti won GAYP WQT in Knighton, Wales September 21st-25th to become challenger for 2016 GAYP Title from World GAYP Champ Scarpetta. GM Michele Borghetti now holds both the 3-Move and GAYP World Titles, a feat only Ron King did from 1994-1997.
2014 Sergio Scarpetta Italy 4-1-17 Ron King Barbados (2 games unplayed) 24 Game Match, played at Foggia, Italy on July 5-10, 2014. King held the GAYP World Title for 23 years, defending it many times. Sergio qualified to challenge King by winning the Divi Southwinds in Barbados last year (2013). This 2013 Ronald Suki King International Checkers & Draughts Festival tournament was designed by the (WCDF) World Checkers and Draughts Federation to select a male player to challenge Ronald "Suki" King for the Go-As-You-Please World Title which has been held by him for the past 22 years. Both players already played a tied World Championship match (2-2- 20) in 2012, (2012 King v Scarpetta) Richard Beckwith won 2015 GAYP National and earned the right to challenge World GAYP Champion Scarpetta in 2016
2012 Ron King Barbados 2-2-20 Sergio Scarpetta Italy played “Hotel Parco della Rose”, San Giovanni Rotondo, Foggia, Italy July 15th-20th, Sergio won 2011 GAYP WQT to Challenge King.
2010 Ron King Barbados 2-1-21 Richard Beckwith USA played October 4th-9th at The Rodeway Inn, Medina Conference Center, Medina, OH - Beckwith won 2009 GAYP WQT & (Morrison 34-356, Joe Schwartz 34-349, Beckwith 34-314 at 2009 GAYP Nat)
2008 Ron King Barbados 1-0-23 Lubabalo Kondlo South Africa played September 8th-13th Rodeway Inn, Medina, Ohio - Kondlo won both: 2007 GAYP Nat & 2007 GAYP WQT earned right to challenge
2006 Ron King Barbados 3-0-18 James Morrison USA (Jim Morrison won GAYP WQT held in Prague to qualify for challenge World GAYP Champ Ron King)
2006 Ron King Barbados 2-0-26 Jack Francis Barbados
2003 Ron King Barbados 1-0-22 Jack Francis Barbados
2000 Ron King Barbados 3-3-18 Alex Moiseyev USA
1998 Ron King Barbados 6-2-14 Richard Hallett USA
1996 Ron King Barbados 2-0-21 James Morrison USA
1995 Ron King Barbados 8-2-9 Elbert Lowder USA
1992 Ron King Barbados 5-5-14 Derek Oldbury England
1991 Ron King Barbados 4-1-17 James Morrison USA (Don Lafferty retired his GAYP World Title in 1991 later died 6/7/98) Ron qualified with winning 1989 & 1991 GAYP National
1989 Don Lafferty USA 4-3-16 Elbert Lowder USA (won 1987 GAYP National, earned right to challenge GAYP World Champ Don Lafferty)
1986 Don Lafferty USA 0-0-24 James Morrison USA
1984 Don Lafferty USA 5-0-15 Paul Davis USA
1982 Don Lafferty USA 1-0-23 Derek Oldbury England
1979 Derek Oldbury England 7-2-10 Elbert Lowder USA
1976 Derek Oldbury England 1-1-22 Leo Levitt USA
2018 Ron King wins WCDF World Qualifier & Woman /Youth 3-Move Championship, October 1-5, 2018 in Barbados and Alex Moiseyev was 2nd placed. Ron King may challenge Sergio Scarpetta of Italy current 3-Move Title holder in 2019.
2017 Lubabalo Kondlo wins WCDF World GAYP Qualifier & Women/Youth World Championship - July 31st to August 4th - ICHFin Petal, MS
2016 Sergio Scarpetta wins 3-Move WQT at Rome, Italy - June 08-12 Challenge Michele Borghetti 3-Move World Champion in 2017
2015 Michele Borghetti won WCDF GAYP World Qualifier Knighton Hotel in Knighton, Wales UK Sept. 21st through 25th, This qualifies Miki to challenge World GAYP Champ Scarpetta in 2016
2014 Michele Borghetti won Gold 3-Move at “The 4th World Mind Sports Games” held in Beijing, China December 11th thru 17th, 2014.
2013 Sergio Scarpetta wins GAYP WQT at Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium | Divi Southwinds Resort Hotel, Barbados-October 5th-14th. Qualifies Sergio to challenge World GAYP Champ Ron King in 2014.
2012 Michele Borghetti won Gold 3-Move (IMAS) “The 2nd World Mind Sports Games” held August 9th-August 23rd in Lille, France. Borghetti will challenge Moiseyev for 3-Move World Title 2013.
2012 Alex Moiseyev won the Gold medal for USA in Beijing, China SportAccord Event, with 13 points. Lubabalo Kondlo (South Africa) won the Silver medal in a rapid-play playoff with Michele Borghetti (Italy), who took the Bronze, both had 12 points. Ron King (11 pts.) of Barbados was 4th. Referee was Richard Beckwith
2012 Michele Borghetti won Gold at WMSG (World Mind Sports Games) in Lille, France, August 17-22, earned right to challenge Moiseyev 3-Move World Champ in 2013.
2011 Sergio Scarpetta wins GAYP WQT held at “Nyala Hotel” 18038 San Remo, Italy October 19th-22nd earned right to challenge GAYP World Champ King in 2012.
2010 Michele Borghetti won 3-Move ahead of the legendary GM Ron King of Barbados by 5 (Sonneborn/Berger) points. Earned right to challenge GM Moiseyev to a WTM (Borghetti vs Moiseyev) in August, 2011 at Cleveland, Ohio. Moiseyev defended his title (Moiseyev 7-6-27).
2009 Sergio Scarpetta wins over Jiry Sisel (Czech Rep) 2009 Regulation 1° Nations Trophy Checkers (American Checkers... 3-Move Team Event) Fossano, Italy July 23rd-26th
2009 Richard Beckwith won World Qualifying Tournament (GAYP), The Town Club, Ryde, Isle of Wight, England Sept. 1-4, Earned right to challenge Ron King to a WTM
2007 Lubabalo Kondlo of Port Elizabeth, South Africa won the WCDF World GAYP Qualifier at Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas September, 2007 and earned the right to challenge GM Ron 'Suki' King of Barbados for the title in 2008. Mr. Kondlo has been virtually an unkown to the Checker/Draughts community till he won the 2007 ACF's National Tournament, and then the World Qualifier back to back. This Match should be an exciting event between a formerly unknown player and a long time GM Champion.
2007 Alex Moiseyev win Masters(current World Champion 3-Move)- All Ireland Open Draughts Championships Inishowen Gateway Hotel - October 27-31, 2007 - Buncrana, County Donegal, Ireland "International Festival of Draughts"
2006 Ron King won 3-Move WQT held in St. Leonard's Hotel Stonehaven, Scotland July 24th through 27th (WCM set up for 2007 but cancelled by bid default
2005 Jim Morrison won GAYP WQT held in Prague to challenge GAYP World Champion Ron King
2017 ACF NATIONAL 11-MAN BALLOT NATIONAL OPEN CHECKER TOURNAMENT - Branson, MO. - March 28th, thru 31st 1) GM Michele Borghetti 2) GM Sergio Scarpetta 3) GM Lubabalo Kondlo 4) GM Alex Moiseyev 5) Lorne Wells 6) IM Michael Holmes
2019 we need a 2019 ACF NATIONAL 11-MAN BALLOT NATIONAL OPEN CHECKER TOURNAMENT so 1st place can challenge title holder Moiseyev in 2020 11-Man WTM.
View: 11-Man Ballot Champions (Time-Line)
http://www.nccheckers.org/NCCA/11Man Ballot Champions descending.htm
World: Postal – GAYP – 3Move – WQT
2007 11th Mac Banks USA 0-0-24 Tommy Canning Northern Ireland
2007 10th Mac Banks USA 0-0-24 William Carter Canada
2002 9th George Miller England 0-0-14 Mac Banks USA
1997-98 8th George Miller England 3-0-11 Jerry Childers USA
1994 7th Jerry Childers USA 2-0-10 Richard Fortman USA
1990 6th Richard Fortman USA 9-0-7 Dennis Cayton USA
1972-74 4th Alfred Huggins Great Britian 0-0-24 Richard Chamberlain Australia
1967-68 3rd Alfred Huggins Great Britian 0-0-24 Saul Weslow USA
1964 2nd Alfred Huggins Great Britian 1-0-11 Richard Fortman USA
1963 1st Paul Thompson USA 1-0-15 Alfred Huggins Great Britian
Richard Fortman was World MailChampion 1980, 1986, 1990
Note: Rather than having the 5th Mail-Play World Championship, Alfred Huggins retired, and a tournament was arranged to decide the new Champion, which Riley won. He then forfeited to Jack Johnson (Canada) on ill health, who in turn forfeited to Richard Fortman on ill health in 1980.
The following game was played in the 1983 mail world challenge round between Jack Johnson (red) ,Ottawa, Canada, and Joe Charles (White), Wales. Mr. Johnson won this challenge round by defeating all four opponents: Henderson Marshall of Bermuda, 4-0-4; Ed King of the U. S. (Texas), 1-0-7; Joe Charles of Wales, 2-0-6; and Arnold Fitzpatrick of Ireland, 1-0-7. This gave Jack the right to challenge the world mail play champion, Richard Chamberlain of Australia. But Mr. Chamberlain, in poor health, resigned and Mr. Johnson took over the champion’s mantle.