Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Information regarding live broadcasts using the ECF sensory boards.
Richard Bates
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Re: Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Post by Richard Bates » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:09 pm

Oops

Barry Sandercock
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Re: Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Post by Barry Sandercock » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:16 pm

Mark Hebden's patient maneuvering gets him the full point, so five share first.

Roger de Coverly
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Re: Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Post by Roger de Coverly » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:25 pm

Barry Sandercock wrote:Mark Hebden's patient maneuvering gets him the full point, so five share first.
That Bishop and Pawn against Bishop ending was a tablebase draw and so going into it was a last throw, when the fifty move limit was otherwise approaching . It did however switch over a couple of moves from "anything draws" to "only one move draws" to "everything loses".

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Re: Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Post by Gareth T Ellis » Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:26 pm

Mark Hebden's patient maneuvering gets him the full point, so five share first.
Pity he isn't paid piecework

Keith Arkell
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Re: Shropshire Chess Congress 2016 Live Games

Post by Keith Arkell » Mon Jan 11, 2016 2:55 am

AustinElliott wrote:John Cox v Keith Arkell tomorrow is another of those flashback ones for those of us of, er, appropriate vintage to have played the 70s junior circuit. If Keith's still around, can he remember when he and John first played each other? I never played Keith in the 70s, but I remember playing John C in a tournament in Marlow in 1976.
With unreserved apologies to John, here it is:


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