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Harold Godfrey Cole
Number of games in database: 15
Years covered: 1911 to 1919
Overall record: +3 -11 =1 (23.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
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(born 1879, died Feb-02-1922, 42 years old) United Kingdom

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 page 1 of 1; 15 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Capablanca vs H G Cole  1-033 1911 Simul, 28bC05 French, Tarrasch
2. L B Meyer vs H G Cole  1-062 1911 13th Anglo-American Cable MatchC77 Ruy Lopez
3. H B Uber vs H G Cole 1-044 1912 British championshipD61 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack
4. H Baudet vs H G Cole  ½-½37 1912 ENG-NEDC29 Vienna Gambit
5. H G Cole vs H Baudet  1-035 1912 ENG-NEDC87 Ruy Lopez
6. Capablanca vs H G Cole 0-145 1913 Simul, 28bC60 Ruy Lopez
7. G A Thomas vs H G Cole  1-072 1919 HastingsC42 Petrov Defense
8. R P Michell vs H G Cole  1-033 1919 HastingsC42 Petrov Defense
9. B Kostic vs H G Cole  1-035 1919 HastingsA46 Queen's Pawn Game
10. H G Cole vs Yates  0-140 1919 HastingsC88 Ruy Lopez
11. H G Cole vs Capablanca 0-132 1919 HastingsC66 Ruy Lopez
12. V L Wahltuch vs H G Cole 1-046 1919 HastingsD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
13. H G Cole vs A G Conde  0-157 1919 HastingsC77 Ruy Lopez
14. H G Cole vs W Winter 1-033 1919 HastingsB16 Caro-Kann, Bronstein-Larsen Variation
15. M Marchand vs H G Cole  1-052 1919 HastingsC48 Four Knights
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Aug-26-08  myschkin: . . .

English player <Harold Godfrey Cole> (1879 - 1922)

Bio + < H. G. Cole vs. John O'Hanlon > (1907), annotated Δ *

* maybe this is related/can't open the archive

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  MissScarlett: <We regret exceedingly to have to announce the death, on February 2nd, of Mr. H. G. Cole, at one time one of the most promising players in this country. As a boy he showed remarkably good form and he soon made a mark in London chess. In 1907 he went over to Ostend, to compete in the Amateur Tournament, and carried off fifth prize with a score of 12J out of 18, losing only one game, to G. Shories, the winner of the tournament. In 1911 Cole was selected to play for England in the cable match, losing to L. B. Meyer on the tenth board. In 1912 he competed in the British Championship at Richmond, tieing for second and third places with F. D. Yates, R. C. Griffith being first. Cole beat Griffith and drew with Yates, losing but one game, to H. B. Uber. Of recent years he did not quite maintain this form, being obviously handicapped by indifferent health. He died after an operation, but so unexpectedly that he had been listed to play for the Metropolitan in a League match on the very day of his death.>

BCM obituary, 1922, p.??

Aug-11-15  zanzibar: <BCM v42 N3 (March 1922) p85>
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