Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Various stuff

In the County u160 matches last Sunday, Suffolk's Andrew Shephard recorded a quick win against a lack-lustre Cambridgeshire opponent, forcing resignation in just 19 moves.   You can view the game in the Games section on this website.

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No one has yet provided a solution to Monday's 'Five Queens' problem.   If there's no response by tomorrow afternoon, I'll publish the answer then.

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Finally, a reminder to let me have any interesting games or positions that crop up.   If I'm to continue to post something every day, I need your support!


5 comments:

  1. How does one upload games/positions here?

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  2. You can't. But if you email me a game or position, I'll post it for you in the 'Games' section.

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  3. So I could send you any game/position played for Suffolk or within Suffolk? For example, it could be in the EACU County Championships, or the Suffolk League, or any individual championship placed in Suffolk.

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  4. Any game/position Silas, played by you, but not necessarily within the county. For example you might have had a cracking game in the London Junior, or Northwood Park event. This website is about chess-players from Suffolk, wherever they may play.

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  5. I understand, I may send you a position/game sometimes.

    In fact, I've discovered a nice position where my opponent could have checkmated me in six moves, it didn't actually happen in the game because I lost on time before he could try anything. But it's a decent puzzle and it genuinely happened.

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