Club Championship 2014/15

Championship 2014-15
Cross Table at round 6 sorted by score

Pos NAME                 Grd   T  Fed  Pts |   1     2     3     4     5     6 
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  1 Dave Regis            176  NC ---  5.5 | +W9   +B5   +W2   +B3   =W4   +B8  
  2 Lorenz Hartmann       170  NC ---  4.5 | +B11  +W10  -B1   =W16  +W5   +B4  
  3 Tim Paulden           185  NC ---  4.5 | +B12  +W8   =B4   -W1   +B9   +BYE 
  4 Giles Body            169  NC ---  4.0 | +W13  +B17  =W3   +B6   =B1   -W2  
  5 Charlie Keen          141  NC ---  3.5 | +B7   -W1   +B11  +W10  -B2   =W6
  6 Jon Duckham           152  NC ---  3.5 | =B16  +W12  +B14  -W4   =W8   =B5  
  7 Richard Player        104  NC ---  3.5 | -W5   =B13  -W15  +B18  +B11  +W14 
  8 Sean Pope             144  NC ---  3.0 | +W15  -B3   =W9   +BYE  =B6   -W1  
  9 Jeremy Amos           133  NC ---  3.0 | -B1   +W16  =B8   +W14  -W3   =B12 
 10 Jonathan Waley        135  NC ---  3.0 | +W18  -B2   +W17  -B5   +W16  -BYE 
 11 Will Marjoram         132  NC ---  2.5 | -W2   +B15  -W5   =B13  -W7   +B16 
 12 Piet Dobber           135  NC ---  2.5 | -W3   -B6   +W18  =B15  =W13  =W9  
 13 Eddy Palmer           131  NC ---  2.5 | -B4   =W7   -B16  =W11  =B12  +W18 
 14 Ian Simpson           140  NC ---  2.5 | =BYE  +B18  -W6   -B9   +W15  -B7  
 15 Richard Scholes       112  NC ---  2.5 | -B8   -W11  +B7   =W12  -B14  +BYE 
 16 Reece Whittington     123  NC ---  2.0 | =W6   -B9   +W13  =B2   -B10  -W11 
 17 Tongai Ndlovu    (W)  100  NC ---  1.0 | +BYE  -W4   -B10  -BYE  -BYE   --  
 18 Tom Miner             100  NC ---  1.0 | -B10  -W14  -B12  -W7   +BYE  -B13 

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Chess Quotes

(after 1 d4, Nf6; 2 c4, g6; 3 Nf3, Bg7; 4 g3, O-O; 5 Bg2, d6; 6 O-O, c5; 7 Nc3, Nc6; 8 d5, Na5)
"Many are of the opinion that the Knight on QR4(a5) does not participate fully in the struggle, while others hold that, on the contrary, in view of Black's coming Q-side pawn advance and pressure against White's QB4(c4), his position is quite satisfactory. These debates are futile. The important thing is to see clearly what is positive and what is negative in the position of the Knight, and act accordingly when choosing a strategic plan."
— MAROVIC and SUSIC