Report 18 October 2002

 

One Hour Tournament 2002

 

Maiden Trophy play-off: --- no games played tonight.

 

 

One Hour Tournament: Final Standings

All players to play 10 games

No.

NAME

POINTS

PLAYED

1

Andrew Robinson

10

10

2

Gabriel Boross

8

10

3

George Flitcroft-Smith

8

10

4

Harvey Quaresmini

7

10

5

Brian Willcock

5

10

6

Doug Foster

4

10

7

John Curran

3

10

8

Peter Hiller

3

10

9

Michael Hussey

3

10

10

Stuart Wilson

2

10

11

James Hiller

1

10

 

One Hour tournament 2002 results in detail

 

Maiden Trophy play-off

All players to play 2 games

No.

NAME

POINTS

PLAYED

1

Peter Hiller

1

1

2

Michael Hussey

0

0

3

John Curran

0

1

 

 

Allegro Tournament

Results tonight went generally to form. Doug had a good night knocking off both sisters (so to speak), before tiredness saw him concede a draw in a game that John could have won.

 

Andrew 2 James 0

Doug 2 Peter 0

Gabriel 2 Peter 0

Doug 2 James 0

Andrew 2 Brian 0

Brian 2 Peter 0

John Doug (one game only played)

 

Allegro Tournament: Standings at 18 October 2002

All players to play 18 games

No.

NAME

POINTS

PLAYED

1

Andrew Robinson

10

12

2

Gabriel Boross

9

14

3

Paul Evans

6

10

4

Harvey Quaresmini

5

10

5

Brian Willcock

5

12

6

Doug Foster

4

5

7

George Flitcroft-Smith

4

6

8

Peter Hiller

2

8

9

John Curran

2

9

10

James Hiller

0

12

 

Allegro tournament 2002 results in detail

 

 

Transfer

Andrew and Harvey were undefeated tonight. First they teamed up against Chris and James with 5 games won. In one of the games Andrew was a move from checkmating Chris when James fell over himself to capitulate first against Harvey, much to the dismay of the victorious combination. Then Chris left for the night and was replaced by Peter, who was fresh from losing 6 games straight in the Allegro. The sister combo proved less lethal than last Friday, maybe due to a literary distraction.

 

 

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