Pastimes: Checkmate

The Birmingham Post (England), March 5, 2005 | Go to article overview

Pastimes: Checkmate


Byline: PETER GIBBS

Warwickshire's team for players graded below 125 has won all its four matches this season, the last being an 11 points to 5 win against Shropshire. Here are the detailsWarwickshire Shropshire1 Joe Stewart 1-0 Gary White 2 Frank Jimenez 1 /21 /2 Graham Shepherd 3 Mark Tallis 1-0 John Liddell 4 Chris Pitt 0-1 Peter Crean 5 Darren Lee 1 /21 /2 David Williams 6 Louis Rawson 1-0 Andy Tunks 7 Ken Warren 1-0 John Westhead 8 John Asbury 1 /21 /2 Alan Silver 9 John Murray 1-0 George Viszokai 10 Nasser Humani 1 /21 /2 Joe Pym 11 Steve Horrell 1-0 Keith Grice 12 Nigel Morris 0-1 H O'Harney 13 John Fahy 1-0 Roger Brown 14 Phil Bull 1-0 Andy Jones 15 John Llewelyn 0-1 James Carless 16 Kim Gilbert 1-0 Chris Lewis11-5After a gap of four years the Warwickshire Chess Association has resurrected the Warwickshire Open Congress which was held at the Four Dwellings High School and Community Centre, Quinton, Birmingham. A total of 127 players took part for prize-money of pounds 1,200. First place in the Open Section was shared on 4 points out of 5 between Rob Taylor (Birmingham University), Ameet Ghasi (Birmingham) and Nick Rutter (Newport). Rob took the British Championship qualifying place on the tie-break system and became the joint Warwickshire champion with Ameet. The grading prize was shared on 3 points between Tony Hickey (Kynoch) and Richard Westwood (St Mary's Cannock).

The Major Section for players graded below 160 was won by Tristan Cox (Sutton Coldfield) who scored 4 1 /2 points. Second prize was shared on 4 points between John Emanuel (Checkmate) and Keith Jewsbury (Birmingham Settlement). The grading prize was shared on 3 1 /2 points between Murray David (Rugby) and Roy Greatorex (Coventry).

The Intermediate Section for players graded below 130 was won by G. …

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