LDCC v. East Ham

Full result: http://www.lcl.streamlinenettrial.co.uk/71.htm East Ham won the toss and were white on odds. Latest score: London Deaf  4 – 4  East Ham Board 1 – adjournment provisionally arranged for 19/11/09 at Golden Lane, 7pm. Board 3 – adjournment provisionally arranged for 13/11/09 at LDCC, 6.45pm. I prenotified the East Ham captain and London League Secretary

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LDCC v. Cavendish 3

London League Division 3 Friday 23rd October 2009 1.  C. Kreuzer (169)      0 – 1      B .Barlow  (174) 2.  A. MacLeod (156)   0 – 1      A. Matthews (166) 3.  I. Dwek (152)          0 – 1      D. White  (163) 4.  R. Dunn (152)          1 – 0       R. Velasco (159) 5.  N. Dunlop (144)     1/2 – 1/2  R. Hull (146) 6. 

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Bushbury v. LDCC

Here’s the full result of the Bushbury – London Deaf match played on Sunday 17th May in Bushbury. LDCC won the toss and were white on odd numbered boards. LDCC                                     Bushbury 1. C. Kreuzer (156)     0 – 1     L. Grinsell (181) 2. A.MacLeod (145)  0 – 1     A. Crombleholme (169) 3. R.Dunn (129)          ½ –

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LDCC Lightning Chp

Here’s there result of the LDCC Lightning tournament held last Friday – it was a 9 round all–play–all format with 10 players. 1st Richard Dunn  7/9 2nd Alasdair MacLeod 7/9 3rd Phillip Gardner 6½/9 4th Michael Freund 5½/9 5th Neil Dunlop 5/9 6th Ilan Dwek 4½/9 7th Chris Kreuzer 4/9 8th James Kelberman 3/9 9th

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London League Athenaeum v LDCC

Here is the latest result for the London Chess League match 240 (Division 4) played between Athenaeum 3 and London Deaf Chess Club (LDCC) played at Athenaeum on Wednesday 18th April 2007. LDCC won the toss and were White on the odd–numbered boards. Athenaeum 3 – LDCC 1. Colin Russ 1–0 Chris Kreuzer 2. Mike

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LDCC Welcome

Welcome to the London Deaf Chess Club Website Thursday 23 Jan 2014 We are a friendly club that meets on Friday evenings from September to May at 34 Grosvenor Gardens, Victoria, LONDON, SW1W 0DH. The venue is about three minutes walk from Victoria Station. We are open from 6.30pm and we have members from a

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LDCC v. Metropolitan 2

We got off to a bad start before a pawn was pushed forward when we had to default on board 10 as we simply didn’t have enough players available to play. Looking at the team line–ups, it looked tough for the bottom boards facing players with grades ranging from 141 to 150. So we were

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LDCC v. Battersea 2

We didn’t get the best of starts preparation–wise when upon arrival I saw to my horror that there were only 13 chairs in the room! So Richard Dunn and I were sweating it out, looking downstairs and upstairs for any spare chairs. I was visualising the scene where our players were standing up during their games! Fortunately we managed to

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Imperial College v. London Deaf

We struggled to get the whole team to arrive on time but that didn’t matter much as our hosts were running late themselves as they were still setting up the chess equipment at 7pm. It was a nice room for a match with its bright lights and plenty of room. Looking at the team lists

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LDCC v. Lewisham

With this being 10 boards, there were 2 challenges to overcome before a pawn was pushed forward; 1. Get a full team in order to avoid any defaults. 2. Make sure we set everything up in the room in good time before the start of the match. I’m pleased to say that we achieved both

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