Report – 18 July 2003

 

One Hour tournament

 

Round 6 games:

Tony Howes 1 Marty Chadwick 0

Debbie Jenkins ˝ Harvey Quaresmini ˝

Brian Willcock 1 Peter Hiller 0

Stuart Wilson 0 Gabriel Boross 1

Gavin Foulger 0 Andrew Robinson 1

John Curran 0 George Flitcroft-Smith 1

 

Four of the games reaped the expected results with Tony, Brian, Gabby and George all having comfortable wins.

 

Debbie was very pleased with herself for gaining a half point off Harvey, this being an improvement on recent results. Andrew used his time effectively to put pressure on Gavin which saw him give up a positional advantage and allow Andrew a mating combination.

 

Gavin Foulger (1426) - Andrew Robinson (1619)

1 d4 d5, 2 Nf3 Nf6, 3 e3 Bg4, 4 c4 e6, 5 Bd3 Be7, 6 Nbd2 0-0, 7 0-0 c5, 8 Qc2 Nc6, 9 a3 h6, 10 b3 cxd4, 11 exd4 Bxf3, 12 Nxf3 dxc4, 13 Bxc4 Rc8, 14 Qd1 Qc7, 15 Bb2 Na5, 16 Bd3 Qb6, 17 b4 Nc4, 18 Bc3 Ne3, 19 fxe3 Rxc3, 20 Ne5 Rfc8, 21 Qf3 Qc7, 22 Bc4 Bd6, 23 Bxb7 Rb8, 24 Qg3 Be7, 25 Ba6 Rf8, 26 Qf3 Bd6, 27 Qb7 Bxe5, 28 dxe5 Qxe5, 29 Qxa7 Ng4, 30 g3 Rxe3, 31 b5 Rxg3+ white resigns 0-1

 

Stuart Wilson (1039) – Gabriel Boross (1350)

1 d4 f5, 2 Nd2 Nf6, 3 f3 e6, 4 e4 Be7, 5 Nh3 0-0, 6 Bd3 Qe8, 7 0-0 Nc6, 8 c3 b6, 9 exf5 exf5, 10 Nf4 d6, 11 Bc4+ Kh8, 12 Ne6 Bxe6, 13 Bxe6 Nd8, 14 Bxf5 Nd5, 15 Be4 c6, 16 Re1 Qf7, 17 Nf1 Nf4, 18 Qc2 h6, 19 Ng3 d5, 20 Bf5 Ne6, 21 Bg6 Qg8, 22 Nf5 Bf6, 23 Qf2 Ng5, 24 Qg3 Nf7, 25 Qc7 Rfc8 time 0-1

 

 

 

One Hour tournament: Current standings

All players to play 13 games

No.

NAME

POINTS

PLAYED

1

George Flitcroft-Smith

7

7

2

Harvey Quaresmini

6

3

Andrew Robinson

5

6

4

Tony Howes

6

5

Gabriel Boross

6

6

Gavin Foulger

7

7

Brian Willcock

3

6

8

Debbie Jenkins

6

9

Marty Chadwick

2

6

10

Mike Talbot

5

11

John Curran

7

12

Stuart Wilson

1

6

13

Peter Hiller

˝

7

14

James Hiller

0

5

 

One Hour tournament 2003 results in detail

 

 

Quote of the night:

“Shouldn’t we re-name the Queen the Brian….”

- G Flitcroft-Smith, starting a torrent of Brian / Queen jokes, not all strictly chess-related and of concern to Brian’s fondness for sacrificing his queen.

 

 

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