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|1. M Dean vs C Rice
|| ||0-1||33||2015||Hastings 2015/16||A08 King's Indian Attack|
|2. B Tarhon vs A Golding
|| ||0-1||23||2015||Hastings 2015/16||C78 Ruy Lopez|
|3. C Brewer vs P D Helbig
|| ||1-0||38||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B06 Robatsch|
|4. F Rayner vs T Spanton
|| ||1-0||37||2015||Hastings 2015/16||C17 French, Winawer, Advance|
|5. M Young vs J Radovanovic
|| ||0-1||27||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B22 Sicilian, Alapin|
|6. T Lochte vs J Golding
|| ||½-½||28||2015||Hastings 2015/16||C21 Center Game|
|7. F Hand vs M Waddington
|| ||½-½||39||2015||Hastings 2015/16||E40 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3|
|8. C Atako vs M R Wilson
||1-0||24||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B28 Sicilian, O'Kelly Variation|
|9. N Dennis vs R Norinkeviciute
|| ||0-1||24||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B84 Sicilian, Scheveningen|
|10. M ter Steeg vs D C Gibbs
|| ||½-½||60||2015||Hastings 2015/16||D06 Queen's Gambit Declined|
|11. Brendan J Ruane vs O Willson
||0-1||83||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B25 Sicilian, Closed|
|12. H Ramstad vs T H Stonehouse
|| ||1-0||73||2015||Hastings 2015/16||E95 King's Indian, Orthodox, 7...Nbd7, 8.Re1|
|13. J Brooke vs D Gallagher
|| ||0-1||28||2015||Hastings 2015/16||E92 King's Indian|
|14. A Oyama vs Paul Gluckman
|| ||0-1||69||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B23 Sicilian, Closed|
|15. R Kearsley vs Andreas Larsen
|| ||0-1||27||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B15 Caro-Kann|
|16. Dirk Sikkel vs J S Macrae
|| ||1-0||44||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B13 Caro-Kann, Exchange|
|17. Scott Borland vs C Robson
|| ||1-0||51||2015||Hastings 2015/16||E92 King's Indian|
|18. A Pickersgill vs Helen I Evans
||1-0||24||2015||Hastings 2015/16||C41 Philidor Defense|
|19. V Karthik vs K Goater
||1-0||39||2015||Hastings 2015/16||A40 Queen's Pawn Game|
|20. M Burrows vs A Longson
|| ||½-½||51||2015||Hastings 2015/16||B12 Caro-Kann Defense|
|21. R Bates vs C Norton
||1-0||28||2015||Hastings 2015/16||E67 King's Indian, Fianchetto|
|22. A Mista vs A C Taylor
|| ||1-0||67||2015||Hastings 2015/16||C65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense|
|23. F Berkes vs M Ripari
||1-0||40||2015||Hastings 2015/16||A15 English|
|24. P J Batchelor vs Khenkin
||0-1||51||2015||Hastings 2015/16||D43 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav|
|25. M Wadsworth vs G Pap
|| ||0-1||71||2015||Hastings 2015/16||A20 English|
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|Jan-04-16|| ||Bruce Graham: <xenophon> Yes, Romanishin won the 1976-7 Hastings tournament by two points. Here is the game they played which Romanishin won: Romanishin vs Smyslov, 1977
The Sicilian loss was played at the USSR Championship of 1976: Smyslov vs Romanishin, 1976|
|Jan-04-16|| ||offramp: Danny Gormally is playing the famous mockney Simon ""Kim"" Williams now. Williams seems a bit better, sadly.|
|Jan-04-16|| ||offramp: And in fact Gormally has resigned to his friend the mockney. No doubt they'll have a few drinky-poos together. Gormally is not having a good tournament. |
He says, in his "tweets" that he was expecting to approach 2550 but instead is playing like 2400. He also writes that 2500 is a nothing rating nowadays! And he comments that when he looks at the play from the recent Qatar Masters his mind boggles at the incredible accuracy of those top players.
|Jan-04-16|| ||diagonal: <xenophon>, <Bruce Graham>
Nice to see the legend Oleg Romanishin (born in 1952) still playing and fighting in an Open Festival at the top boards (he beat among others Simon Williams, see: Romanishin vs S Williams, 2015, today a loss vs. Igor Khenkin). |
1977 was the best year for Oleg Romanishin, he was ranked third in the annual Chess Oscar Award, only behind Karpov and Korchnoi, ahead of 4. Tal, 5. Miles, 6. Larsen, 7. Spassky, 8. Hort, 9. Portisch, 10. Petrosian.
Biggest success of Oleg Romanishin: Leningrad International (October Revolution 60th Anniversary) 1977, winning (as best on tie-break) together with Tal, ahead of clear third Smyslov, followed by 4./5. Vaganian and Karpov, then reigning World Chess Champion:
October Revolution 60th Anniversary (1977)
|Jan-04-16|| ||devere: <diagonal: Hastings has been going on for 3 different centuries!>|
The name "Hastings" is a famous one in chess history, and it would be nice if it could be restored to its former glory.
Perhaps part of the 2017 Hastings chess congress could be designated as the Pillsbury memorial tournament, and either the General Mills or Smucker companies, which own the Pillsbury brand name, could be talked into becoming sponsors.
|Jan-05-16|| ||Clemens Scheitz: <Fishy>, What pleasure is there in belittling a champion who is admired by all great players for his general achievements and notably for having an unsurpassed understanding of the game ( not to mention one that put a considerable dose of uneasiness and doubt in the mind of the mighty Fisher).|
|Jan-05-16|| ||Nosnibor: Go Glenn go ! Would love to see you win this one.|
|Jan-05-16|| ||Octavia: <What pleasure is there in belittling a champion> & what's more, Karpov is still playing & Kasparov hopped out ages ago|
|Jan-05-16|| ||Tiggler: <Fishy: <diagonal : 1977 was the best year for Oleg Romanishin, he was ranked third in the annual Chess Oscar Award, only behind Karpov and Korchnoi, ahead of 4. Tal, 5. Miles, 6. Larsen, 7. Spassky, 8. Hort, 9. Portisch, 10. Petrosian.>|
Those were a bunch of over the hill dudes mostly, just proves that until Kasparov came along Karpov was beating on Drums.>
Karpov, Korchnoi, Miles, Larsen, Hort and Portisch were all at or near their best in 1977, and all were great players.
|Jan-05-16|| ||siggemannen: So, who's the winner here?|
|Jan-05-16|| ||PhilFeeley: < siggemannen: So, who's the winner here? >|
My question exactly. The official site has no announcement yet, but the standings lists Mista on top with the higher tie-break, I think. I don't know why there is no notification of the winner there yet. No other site discusses it either (chess-results lists Mista on top, TWIC also, but nothing on chessbase). Why is this so hard? Winners are known right away, aren't they?
|Jan-06-16|| ||siggemannen: <PhilFeeley> strange, according to http://chess-results.com/tnr201785.... , Jahongir is on top?|
But yeah, it's annoying about the winners, especially chessgames tables being mostly always wrong :)
|Jan-06-16|| ||Check It Out: <offramp> what's a "mockney"?|
|Jan-06-16|| ||offramp: <Check It Out: <offramp> what's a "mockney"?>|
In England, a man who speaks in a pretend Cockney accent. Highly-educated people from wealthy families affect a "street" speaking style, pretending that they cannot say, for example, "three" ("free") or "thought" ("fort").
It is very funny to hear a University-educated man from England's richest county pretending to speak like a tramp off the Balls Pond Road.
|Jan-06-16|| ||Bruce Graham: <offramp> Or "turd" instead of "third"?|
|Jan-06-16|| ||SimplicityRichard: <Octavia: I like Chris Ward's comments on the Hastings website - he's cheerful...>|
Indeed. And he's also rather friendly and cheerful in person; and is a brilliant chess instructor. I suspect you might know this already.
Anyway, just expressing a view.#
|Jan-06-16|| ||WannaBe: Typical, just another "Do Nothing" Congress... Wasted time.|
|Jan-06-16|| ||GBKnight: <It is very funny to hear a University-educated man from England's richest county pretending to speak like a tramp off the Balls Pond Road>|
A bit unfair - what has a university education got to do with how someone speaks? Well-spoken people might tend to go to university, but the reverse does not necessarily follow. And what is wrong with the Ball's Pond Road?
Anyway, the chess was perhaps less 'dry' than the Qatar Masters, if not quite as 'accurate'. A pity not to see more English players at the top, but some good individual performances none the less.
While obviously welcome, the Tradewise sponsorship is not going to take Hastings to its former glories, but it is nice to see it carrying on, in some form, year after year.
|Jan-06-16|| ||PhilFeeley: < siggemannen > When I first read it Mista was on top. I guess tie-break calculations weren't finished yet.|
|Jan-06-16|| ||PhilFeeley: Now, according to the official site, they shared first place, no tie-break. Very odd indeed.|
|Jan-07-16|| ||offramp: < GBKnight: <It is very funny to hear a University-educated man from England's richest county pretending to speak like a tramp off the Balls Pond Road>
A bit unfair - what has a university education got to do with how someone speaks? Well-spoken people might tend to go to university, but the reverse does not necessarily follow. And what is wrong with the Ball's Pond Road?>|
If one is University-educated in the UK it normally means one has had at least 18 years of constant state education.
To have been educated to that extent and be unable to say the word "three" is not possible. It is therefore an affectation to appear street-cred, yowza, bangin, urban, truth! Even if you are from the Utopia of the Wye Valley, where houses are £1,200,000 minimum.
RAS TAFARI, innit????
|Jan-07-16|| ||Marmot PFL: Karpov had total Soviet support in his goal to take back the title from Fischer, and even more important, to stop the defector Korchnoi from winning. When it came to the Kasparov challenge it isn't so clear as both had their supporters in the SU, and that Kasparov would eventually be the champion was almost a certainty anyway.|
|Jan-07-16|| ||Tiggler: <offramp> Your explanation of mockney reminds me of an incident that took place in a residential street in Shepherds Bush. The houses there are 3-4 four story row houses that have all been dividend into numerous flats. Naturally parking is a problem, and each curb is lined with parked cars both sides at all times.|
One evening I was delivering some stuff to my daughter who was living there. Finding nowhere else, I double parked while extricating furniture from the back of my station wagon. Along comes a ... Ferrari!
A Ferrari is a very inconvenient car to be driving on those streets because it is unusually wide. The driver would have had difficulty had he met another car legally coming the other way. But since I was double parked he tooted and expected me to move.
"Plenty of room, Guv'ner," I advised him, "I could drive 'horse and cart froo there!"
Cautiously he edged past, declaring his indignation at me: "Silly old bugger!"
"Don't talk to me like that, I'm old enough to be yer farver. Come to that, I prob'ly am yer farver!"
My daughter was observing the passenger: a glamorous young woman. She was cracking up with mirth apparently. So I guess I spoiled that guy's evening.
|Jan-07-16|| ||kellmano: There's no way Cockneys say 'free' rather than 'three' because they have never realised that the rest of the country pronounces it differently, and the dictionary agrees with the rest of the country.|
As such, I can't see why <GBKnight>'s point is not correct. Unless there is some kind of moral obligation to drop your regional accent when you get a University degree. If so, wonder if that applies for all regions.
|Jan-16-16|| ||zanzibar: Chess art in Hastings:
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