LDCC v. Streatham and Brixton 3

LDCC v. Streatham and Brixton 3 – result  We got off to a good start with Chris on board 1, as black, was unfazed by the opening choice of 1.b4 and won quickly in just 19 moves. Mike on board 6 was reliable as ever with a solid draw followed by Raimundas winning convincingly on

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Cavendish 3 v LDCC

Cavendish III  6 – 2 LDCC We came up against a strong Cavendish team who outgraded us on all boards so we would be doing well to get a result. First to finish was myself on board 2 where I faced the Alekhine’s Defence and met it with the four Pawns Attack where my opponent

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LDCC v. West London

LDCC 8 – 0 West London This was not the right way to win a match 8–0 when the West London captain informed me beforehand that they were unable to get enough players and sportingly defaulted the match instead of multiple defaults occurring on the night. A great shame of course, as those who were

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LDCC v. GLCC 2

LDCC 5.5 – 2.5 GLCC II This was another match where we outgraded them heavily except for the bottom 2 boards. Unfortunately Barry’s opponent on board 5 didn’t turn up and we were 1–0 up already. A shame for Barry who yet again didn’t get a game. On board 8 Des played solidly and got

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LDCC v. Morley College 2

LDCC 7 – 1 Morley College 2 We outgraded them heavily on every board and we were fortunate to be able to have the luxury of having Sergey Salov playing for us. This was one of our strongest line ups with Barry making a rare appearance on board 8! On boards 2, 3. 4, 5,

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DHSS v. London Deaf

After many years of the DHSS team coming over to our venue, this was the first time we played a match at DHSS’s new venue near St James’s Park with a clear view of Westminster Abbey from outside the entrance. It wasn’t the first time I have been to Caxton House as in my previous

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London Deaf v. Hackney 3

Result of London Deaf v. Hackney 3 We were once again fortunate to have another strong line up thanks to the LDCC debut made by Lewis Martin, ECF grade 187, and while the result wasn’t quite our favourite 5–3 scoreline, it was the nearest possible result to it, 5.5–2.5 and the right way round too.

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London Deaf v Wanstead & Woodford 2

We yet again managed another 5–3 score but unfortunately the result was the wrong way round.  Looking at the team line ups, it was clear we weren’t the only ones not invited to any Xmas parties when Wanstead and Woodford 2 fielded a strong team too where their board 8 has beaten me before on a high board

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Ilan Dwek

WDCL2 – Mercia v Wolverhampton Ilan Dwek draw. Click website. http://www.wolverhamptonchessclub.org.uk/matchreport11_12_12WDCL_Ateam.html

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London Deaf v Metropolitan 4

The match last week finished 4–3 with 1 game adjourned. A disappointing score so far where we outgraded them on every board. Well done to Phil and Richard for their smooth wins which got us out of trouble. London Deaf v. Metropolitan 4 latest score Alasdair McLeod LDCC Captain

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