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Exeter & District League - Results 2016/17

League results (updated 09/01/2017)

East Devon Congress 2017

<h1>2017 East Devon Congress: 10th-12th March 2017, Exeter Corn Exchange</h1>

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DCCA Individual Competitions 2015/16 - Games

[pgn]
[Event "DCCA Devon Championship 2015-16"]
[Site "Devon, England"]
[Date "2016.01.31"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Paulden, Tim"]
[Black "Martin, Steve"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A01"]
[PlyCount "64"]
1. b3 e5 2. Bb2 Nc6 3. e3 d5 4. Bb5 Bd6 5. f4 Qe7 6. Nf3 f6 7. O-O Bg4 8. h3
Bh5 9. Qe1 a6 10. Bxc6+ bxc6 11. Qh4 Bxf3 12. Rxf3 O-O-O 13. fxe5 Bxe5 14. d4
Bd6 15. Nd2 g5 16. Qf2 h5 17. Rf5 Re8 18. Nf1 h4 19. c4 Qe6 20. cxd5 cxd5 21.
Rc1 Bf4 22. Qc2 Bxe3+ 23. Nxe3 Qxe3+ 24. Kh1 Qg3 25. Qc6 Re1+ 26. Rf1 Rxf1+ 27.

DCCA Individual Competitions 2015/16

DCCA Individual Competitions 2015/16

2016 East Devon Congress

2016 East Devon Congress: 4th-6th March 2016, Exeter Corn Exchange

Exeter & District League - Results 2015/16

League results (updated 17/05/2016)

Exeter & District League - Games 2014/15

Games 2014/15 (NEW!)

E&D Premiership: Exmouth Elephants 1-3 Exmouth Eagles, 2014.10.15

Board 1 - Steve Murray* 1/2-1/2 Chris Scott
Board 2 - David Thomson 1/2-1/2 Bob Jones*
Board 3 - Fred Hodge* 0-1 Malcolm Belt
Board 4 - Tom Badlan 0-1 Simon Blake*

[pgn]
[Event "E&D Premiership: Exmouth Elephants vs Exmouth Eagles, Board 1"]
[Date "2014.10.15"]
[White "Steve Murray (Exmouth Elephants, Board 1)"]
[Black "Chris Scott (Exmouth Eagles, Board 1)"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C50"]
[PlyCount "61"]

Exeter & District League - Results 2014/15

Exeter & District League - Results 2013/14

League results (updated 14/05/2014)

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Chess Quotes

"In the eighteenth century they announced their first rule: "Sortez les pieces" - "Get the pieces out". "It took a hundred years before a new rule was announced. Anderssen, the winner of the first International Tournament, that of London, 1851, said:

  "Move that one of your pieces, which is in the worst plight, unless you can satisfy yourself that you can derive immediate advantage by an attack"

 "A few decades went by [...] the masters evolved a "public opinion":

— LASKER, Manual of Chess (second book)