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  • "One problem is that this is actually a pretty good opening"
    --Christof Sielecki

    I once heard the Torre Attack described as The Old Man's Bad Habit (Aagaard), and no less a tribute can be paid to the London.

    The original idea of the London System was as an Anti-KID weapon in the tournament in our capital in 1922, fighting for the control of central dark squares.

    [Event "London BCF Congress"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "1922.??.??"]
    [Round "4"]
    [White "Alekhine, Alexander"]
    [Black "Euwe, Max"]
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  • (A) Exeter 2½-5½ Newton Abbot (H)

    Graham Bolt 196 (B) ½-½ Paul Brooks 170 (W)
    Dave Regis 166 (W) ½-½ Alan Brusey 158 (B)
    Sean Pope 140 ½-½ Vignesh Ramesh
    Tony Hart 135 0-1 Andrew Kinder
    John Guard 130 ½-½ John Allen
    Will Marjoram 128 ½-½ Jacquie Barber-Lafon
    John Maloney 108 0-1 Mike Hussey
    Brian Aldwin 88 0-1 Z Grophulous

    Exeter 2½-5½ Newton Abbot

    Games to follow

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    [Event "Friendly"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "13.??.??"]
    [Round "?"]
    [White "Ian"]
    [Black "Nathanael"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "C24"]
    [Annotator "Dell"]
    [PlyCount "92"]
    [EventDate "13.??.??"]
    
    1. e4 e5 2. Bc4 Nf6 3. f3 {[#]} (3. d3) (3. Nc3) 3... Bc5 (3... d5 {Take this
    chance to free your game when you can}) 4. d3 O-O (4... d5 {Again!}) 5. Bg5 h6
    6. Bh4 {[#]} Nc6 (6... c6 {Prepares ...d5}) 7. Nh3 d6 8. c3 {[#]} Re8 {This
  • Chess fashion 2011
  • Young and less young meet at the 2012 Coast/County match
  • Exeter 2014 E&D Championship Winners

  •             Exeter 6-0 Newton Abbot
    
    1 Tim PAULDEN (W)  1-0 Trefor THYNNE (B)
    2 Paul O'NEILL (B) 1-0 Charles HOWARD (W)
    3 Lorenz HARTMANN  1-0 Wilf TAYLOR
    4 Chris LOWE       1-0 John ALLEN
    5 Leif HAFSTAD     1-0 Jacquie BARBER-LAFON
    6 Dave REGIS       1-0 Mike HUSSEY
    
    
    Newton Abbot weren't able to field their strongest team against an Exeter home side who were looking to put the title beyond doubt.

    Mike Hussey dropped a Bishop very early but attacked strongly until Dave found a goalmouth save.

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