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Julian Hardinge
Number of games in database: 261
Years covered: 1962 to 1989
Overall record: +144 -56 =61 (66.9%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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(born Aug-23-1945, 74 years old) United Kingdom

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Julian Alexander Hardinge, 4th Baron Hardinge of Penhurst.

 page 1 of 11; games 1-25 of 261  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Hawkins vs J Hardinge  ½-½281962U-18 SCCU Inter-Counties ChampionshipB08 Pirc, Classical
2. P Collacott vs J Hardinge  0-1281962U-18 S.C.C.U. ChampionshipE70 King's Indian
3. I Panto vs J Hardinge  ½-½201962Finals Bucks v BerksB07 Pirc
4. E Bramley vs J Hardinge  ½-½401963Friendly v SloughE72 King's Indian
5. J Hardinge vs D Hustler  0-1321963Semi-Finals Bucks v BerksB06 Robatsch
6. J Hardinge vs T R Hallpike  1-0261963Friendly Match v Mill HillB76 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack
7. J Hardinge vs I Panto  1-0321963Finals: Bucks v BerksC77 Ruy Lopez
8. J Hardinge vs B Kerr  ½-½341964Hastings Christmas CongressA04 Reti Opening
9. J Hardinge vs R Middleton  1-0471964Cambridge v NorfolkC10 French
10. J Hardinge vs N C Pyper  0-1261964Cambridge Uni v Cambridge CityD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
11. Alderson vs J Hardinge  0-1241964Trinity I v Trinity IIB07 Pirc
12. J Eyre vs J Hardinge  1-0241964Cambridge v Civil ServiceA15 English
13. J Hardinge vs P F Timson  0-1381964Cambridge v MiddlesexE88 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox, 7.d5 c6
14. J Hardinge vs Bovenizer  1-0341964Trinity II v FitzwilliamD25 Queen's Gambit Accepted
15. J Hardinge vs R Lee  ½-½361964Trinity II v Sidney SussexC64 Ruy Lopez, Classical
16. P Almond vs J Hardinge  ½-½431965?B07 Pirc
17. D Thompson vs J Hardinge  1-0261965?B09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
18. J Hardinge vs M Smith 1-0251965CambridgeA07 King's Indian Attack
19. J Hardinge vs I Roebuck  ½-½371965?A07 King's Indian Attack
20. A Nock vs J Hardinge  ½-½491965MontrealA05 Reti Opening
21. N Gaprindashvili vs J Hardinge  0-1231965?B07 Pirc
22. J Hardinge vs L Vickery  1-0421965?D35 Queen's Gambit Declined
23. J Eyre vs J Hardinge  0-1311965Cambridge v Civil ServiceA15 English
24. J Hardinge vs J Sharp  1-0551965Cambs v HertsA90 Dutch
25. J Hardinge vs N J Argyris  0-1321965v ClareD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
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  ray keene: a few words about my old friend julian hardinge aka lord hardinge of penshurst-he was the best chessplayer at eton, went on to trinity college cambridge a bit before i did, has played v botvinnik and keres in simuls -beating keres and winning the best game award made by keres himself. julian went on to be the top board player for the uk house of lords chess team and only relinquished the position when new labour disembowelled the house of lords a few years ago. julian hardinge's most prominent victim in a face to face clash was ten times british champion dr jonathan penrose. along with julian simpole the publishing company hardinge simpole is now responsible for publishing most of my books.
May-17-09  volvak: <when new labour disembowelled the house of lords a few years ago. >

So what does it feel like working for someone who has supported "new labour"?

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  ray keene: i personally have never supported them and certainly never voted for them-

i imagine you are referring to the times supporting new labour when they first came in-i doubt there are many people left in the uk who would give them the time of day now-we shall see on june 4 when the elctions take place

sadly the chess column doesnt dictate the political policy of the paper in which it appears!

Jul-02-09  Knight13: <ray keene> Any chance you know who the Black player was in this game:

J Hardinge vs NN, 1966 ?

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  ray keene: i have asked lord hardinge-of course white was winning easily had he played the simple Nxc5 and e5 instead of Bd4
Jul-02-09  Knight13: <ray keene> (repost) Sorry I didn't realize you meant that you are waiting for his reply. Thought that you have already asked and the answer was the analysis! It just seemed awkward.
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  ray keene: black was r w sage of selwyn collge cambridge
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