Past recollection a split topic

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Andy McCulloch
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Re: Past recollection a split topic

Post by Andy McCulloch » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:37 am

From the Chess Scotland website, grading 'search players' Bearsden :-

1 [1] 16689 GM Jacob Aagaard 15 2482 2462 -20

2 [2] 21675 IM Andrew N Greet 25 2440 2400 -40

3 [3] 15053 Stuart A White 40 2114 2109 -5

4 [5] 6425 Jeff R L Webb 5 1994 1974 -20

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According to website Jeff has been active in each of the last 15 years.

All games either club championship or league, zero congress chess.

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Re: Past recollection a split topic

Post by Michael Farthing » Sun Jan 13, 2019 10:31 am

Folks, threads in this section are to my mind somewhat different in that they also have a permanent function as a memorial to past players. This thread has strayed away from Sir Peter Swinnerton-Dyer which I think is inappropriate here. There's no problem with the other things being said, but would a moderator perhaps consider splitting off those discussions into a new topic?

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Re: Past recollection a split topic

Post by Carl Hibbard » Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:48 pm

Carl Hibbard wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:57 am
I agree locked for later tidy up as I have to go out so either myself or Jack will sort this one.
Hmm I had a go at a split topic but it is hard work.
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Re: Past recollection a split topic

Post by JustinHorton » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:29 pm

I believe the Professor McLeod mentioned here used to play for Cowley. Is he also the father of the Peter McLeod whose chess-related research is quite well-known?
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