Glorney Cup Round 1

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:14 pm

Round 2s underway very shortly:

Wales v Ireland
England v Scotland
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:30 pm

Andrew Camp wrote:Round 2s underway very shortly:

Wales v Ireland
England v Scotland
Any news on the other round 1 results?

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:47 pm

Under 18 girls: Eng 3-0 Wales

Not got any of the Scots / Irish results though.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by HLang » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:58 pm

U18 Girls: Scotland 2-1 Ireland

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by LawrenceCooper » Wed Jul 18, 2012 3:51 pm

Round 1 - Wednesday 18 July 09:30
Wales
England

1 Megan Owens 1918 0 - 1 Chantelle Foster
2 Alyssa Wang 1675 0 - 1 Jennifer Ehr
3 Eva Los 1432 0 - 1 Cosima Keen
0 - 3

Scotland
Ireland

1 Ali Roy 1822 1 - 0 Sarah J Hearne
2 Alice Lampard 1579 Draw Ruth Cormican
3 Anna Milton 1480 Draw Diana Mirza
2 - 1

Round 1 - Wednesday 18 July 09:30
Wales
England

1 Nicholas Evans 1810 1 - 0 Roman Mitra
2 Ben Thomas 1 - 0 Jonathan Pein
3 Rhys Bennett 1823 1 - 0 Niall Garner
4 Owen Bennett 1486 0 - 1 Simon Leung
5 Owain Davies 1639 Draw Sam Herring
6 Mataesz Sicdaszewski 1402 1 - 0 Hajane Anbukumar
4.5 - 1.5

Scotland
Ireland

1 Lennart Koehn 1682 1 - 0 Eoin Minnock
2 Andrew McCusker 1619* 1 - 0 Geoffrey Keating
3 Alexander Bond 1504* 1 - 0 Rory Ellard
4 Jamie Underwood 1450* 1 - 0 Catherine Hearne
5 Stuart Wynne 1249* 1 - 0 Scott Mulligan
6 Fergus Skillen 1236* 0 - 1 Peter Cooke
5 - 1

Round 1 - Wendesday 18 July 09:30
Wales
England

1 Nyasha Katsande 1594 Draw Theo Slade
2 Stephanie Du Toit 1543 Draw Gautam Jain
3 Imogen Camp 1410 Draw Matthew McLachlan
4 James Evans 1351 Draw Ashwin Kalyana
5 Jamie Bell-Thomas 1258 0 - 1 Callum Brewer
6 David Kett 948 0 - 1 Taylor Pearson
2 - 4

Scotland
Ireland

1 Murad Abdula 1746* 1 - 0 Padraig Hughes
2 Kai Pannwitz 1551* 0 - 1 Tom McGrath
3 Declan Shafi 1309* Draw Michael Higgins
4 Colin Howie 1426 0 - 1 Jeffery Alfred
5 Liam Richard 1068* 1 - 0 Ross Beathy
6 Euan Gray 937* 1 - 0 Fiachra Scallon
3.5 - 2.5


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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by ThomasThorpe » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:07 pm

On the official website, it says Wales England was 1.5-2.5, when it was 2-3, which makes Scotland and England on the same, and Ireland and Wales on the same

http://www.glorneycupchess.org/glorney.htm

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Susan Owens » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:10 pm

Before I had to leave this morning... because as usual this event is in term time....

I thought Wales would have had a 1 point default point on board 4 Stokes cup as James didn't have a player within the default time - what happened ?

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:30 pm

It's a mystery. The boy arrived late but Ian maintains that there is not a one minute default time in this tournament and therefore the resut has not been challenged.

To be fair though, it is highly unlikely Peter Purland would let this go if there was indeed a one minute default time so I'm inclined to believe that no rules have been broken.

I await clarification.
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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Susan Owens » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:43 pm

But Peter announced the default time ??? - was this a joke?
I thought he may have been just 59 seconds late!

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Alex Holowczak » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:46 pm

Did Peter accidentally announce the wrong default time? Did he mean to say 1 hour default time, rather than 1 minute?

The default time is usually published in the material in advance of the event, rather than announced seconds before it starts. I can't see the default time on the website, so I can't check this myself. When invited, what was the announced default time in the pre-event paperwork?

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Susan Owens » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:54 pm

Another joke - Wales getting pre-event information - we think we're lucky if we are told which day to turn up !

I would have guessed 30 minutes, as the games are on a time-scale similar to the British Junior ie. 2 hours each all moves. I wouldn't have been surprised at 0 default time to get them used to all the junior international events.

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Alex Holowczak » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:04 pm

Susan Owens wrote:I would have guessed 30 minutes, as the games are on a time-scale similar to the British Junior ie. 2 hours each all moves. I wouldn't have been surprised at 0 default time to get them used to all the junior international events.
I that was the intention, they'd have used a time control with a 30-second increment. So that probably rules out a 0-minute default time. It's probably more likely to be 1 hour. It would seem a bit harsh in a British event to have a default time of 0 or 1 minute without telling anyone in advance.

In fact, given they're in a hotel which doesn't have a sudden closing time, and they have the digital clocks to do it, I'm not quite sure why they're not using the 90 + 30' time control for the 4-hour session anyway.

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Re: Glorney Cup Round 1

Post by Andrew Camp » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:26 pm

Susan

When Peter announced to James that his opponent had one minute, I think it was because it was 9.29am when he was starting the games. At 9.30am, James started the clock. I feel this right as James' opponent would have had no idea that Peter was kicking off slightly early and therefore, he should only be deemed late from 9.30am onwards.

Never easy this game, is it? :)
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