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Charles H Storey
  
Number of games in database: 184
Years covered: 1996 to 2022
Last FIDE rating: 2220 (2213 rapid, 2263 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2292
Overall record: +87 -80 =17 (51.9%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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CHARLES H STOREY
(born Jan-18-1971, 52 years old) United Kingdom

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FIDE Master and FIDE Trainer. He is the author of the book The Sniper: play 1...g6, ...Bg7 and ...c5! (2011).

Last updated: 2019-03-26 04:10:31

 page 1 of 8; games 1-25 of 184  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Joseph Young vs C Storey  0-1231996Northumbrian MastersA26 English
2. C Storey vs Kishanchand Joshi  0-1471996Northumbrian MastersB23 Sicilian, Closed
3. J King vs C Storey  0-1481996Northumbrian MastersA07 King's Indian Attack
4. C Storey vs R Rizouk  0-1401996Northumbrian MastersC61 Ruy Lopez, Bird's Defense
5. C Storey vs S Williams  1-0271996Northumbrian MastersA07 King's Indian Attack
6. C Dunworth vs C Storey  0-1291996Northumbrian MastersA43 Old Benoni
7. J Rowson vs C Storey  0-1411996Northumbrian MastersE81 King's Indian, Samisch
8. C Storey vs D Gormally  0-1431996Northumbrian MastersA07 King's Indian Attack
9. C Storey vs R Sheldon  1-0361997British ChampionshipA07 King's Indian Attack
10. Z Rahman vs C Storey  1-0341999British ChampionshipE91 King's Indian
11. C Storey vs Sasikiran 0-1381999British ChampionshipC92 Ruy Lopez, Closed
12. M Buckley vs C Storey  0-1321999British ChampionshipB02 Alekhine's Defense
13. C Storey vs O Jackson  1-0371999British ChampionshipB40 Sicilian
14. J Cobb vs C Storey  1-0411999British ChampionshipA37 English, Symmetrical
15. C Storey vs L D'Costa 1-0311999British ChampionshipB54 Sicilian
16. C Storey vs A Dunnington  0-1321999British ChampionshipB12 Caro-Kann Defense
17. O Aikhoje vs C Storey  1-0561999British ChampionshipA37 English, Symmetrical
18. C Storey vs D J Walker 0-1321999British ChampionshipB06 Robatsch
19. M Thiruchelvam vs C Storey  0-1291999British ChampionshipB06 Robatsch
20. C Storey vs D Komljenovic  0-1452003Internet Section 18-BA07 King's Indian Attack
21. C Storey vs R Palliser  0-1352004British ChampionshipB54 Sicilian
22. R Bryant vs C Storey  0-1512004British ChampionshipB21 Sicilian, 2.f4 and 2.d4
23. C Storey vs D Tan  1-0492004British ChampionshipB54 Sicilian
24. C Hanley vs C Storey 1-0402004British ChampionshipB06 Robatsch
25. C Storey vs G D Lee 1-0182004British ChampionshipB13 Caro-Kann, Exchange
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May-17-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  WannaBe: My only minor complaint would be when <soberknight> is tell the Charles Storey, I would have done one post a day. (Yes, I am sour graping.)
May-17-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Benzol: <tpstar> You should be posting - "Once upon a time, once when you were mine, I remember skies mirrored in your eyes, I wonder where you are, I wonder if you think about it, Once upon a time, In your wildest dream".
May-17-05  Catfriend: <soberknight> Let the horse be with you! Come to the dark side of the board!
Jul-10-05  fgh: <soberknight>: Brilliant! You are a genius!
Dec-10-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: That concludes our services. The M Rivas Pastor will now give the Benony Benediktsson
Mar-18-06  THE pawn: Holy crap...this is...

this is...

as beatiful as nature himself...

You cry after you read...

Kramnik and Topalov bashers should all come here, read this...then reunite in a peaceful world.

<soberknight>
''Be ashamed until you have one some victory for humanity''.

I guess you can now die with a big smile on your face. I can only recall of one other who's accomplished such a beautiful art of work:

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/videos/x...

May-23-06  dakgootje: <I guess you can now die with a big smile on your face. I can only recall of one other who's accomplished such a beautiful art of work: http://www.ebaumsworld.com/videos/x... >

even saw a part 2 of that video some time ago, though cant find the link to it...

Sep-03-06  mack: No, this isn't another punorama. Just a word on Charles Storey himself. According to the obnoxious BandanaChess.com, he's set to appear on 'The Dragon's Den' (worst name for a TV show ever?) in October. Ho hum. http://www.bandanachess.com/2.html
Oct-19-06  soberknight: Oh good Lord (no pun intended). To be mentioned in the same sentence as the infamous copyright pirate ebaumsworld - with friends like that, who needs enemies? But I appreciate the spirit of the comment. Or if it was just comparing my story to the Christmas lights, I don't see the relevance.

I just checked back here and re-read the whole shpiel. It was hard not to laugh, just not to distract my roommate. It really is funny.

If I could write it again, I would have used more ambiguous player names, such as "Benjamin" in place of "Joel Benjamin." At the time, I lacked the technical understanding to search chessgames.com for such subtleties. (I was using the search bar at the top, not the "advanced search" function in the middle of the page, which gives the first 41 results for a given name. By the way, I never figured out, or got an answer, as to why it was exactly 41 names. Do a search for very common names such as Michael, Mikhail, Jose, Robert, Smith, etc. and you will see what I am talking about. I made one other post on this topic a while back.) Anyway, thanks everyone for appreciating my work. As an adherent of the Orthodox Jewish religion, it's good to maintain some good-natured humor as I prepare to read again the creation story in the first 5 1/2 chapters of Genesis, which is the subject of this Saturday's public reading in synagogue. (I often do the public reading myself, but I have this week off.)

Jan-02-09  WhiteRook48: WHAT A PUN!! I never knew all those players existed
Jan-11-09  WhiteRook48: "Cain checkmated Abel"
That is one funny sentence.
Jan-18-09  WhiteRook48: congratulations for the brilliant pun
Jan-21-09  WhiteRook48: if only "IM" was a player, if we could get a link to "International Master"
Jan-25-09  WhiteRook48: Here's a Storey: The Storey is that Storey won only 49.1% of the players that challenged his Storey
Sep-01-09  Dredge Rivers: <WhiteRook48> That's a likely Storey!
Nov-05-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  Check It Out: Whoa <soberknight>, just read your killer post - incredible!
Nov-05-09  Plato: <soberknight> brilliant!
Mar-01-11  mack: I note that Storey has a new book out on what he calls 'The Sniper': 1...g6, 2...Bg7 & 3...c5 against most everything. A cursory flick-through in London Chess & Bridge suggests this is a fairly disingenous work; just one game by Lawrence Day, who made a living from this opening, and barely a mention of the word 'Pterodactyl'.
Mar-08-11  mack: Well, I'm definitely sold now. Put me down for 58, Charlie.
Jan-13-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: He (also) made a Foxy DVD (no 134) on ...

<The White Sniper 1.g3,Bg2,c4>

Feb-13-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <The Sniper play 1...g6, ...Bg7 and ...c5>, Everyman 2011

The Sniper is a dynamic and universal opening weapon for Black which can be used against all mainline openings. Black's system of development with ...g6 and ...Bg7 initially allows White to occupy the centre but, in true hypermodern style, Black strikes back immediately with ...c5. The Sniper can lead to original or barely-known positions in which black can strive for the initiative. It's also rich in move order possibilities, with potential transpositions into Sicilian, King's Indian or Benko-type positions.

FIDE Master Charlie Storey has spent years refining his favourite opening, successfully testing it out against players of all levels. In this book he reveals all his secrets, recommends his favourite lines for Black and provides you with everything you need to know about this fascinating opening.

A repertoire for Black against 1 e4 and 1 d4
Packed full of creative and original ideas
Explains typical plans and tactics for both sides

Content:

005 Acknowledgments

006 Bibliography

007 Introduction

016 1) Main Line 1: Oueenside Knight - 3 Nc3 c5!

016 Sniper Dragons: Delaying ...0-0

024 Sniper Dragons: Kupreichik's ...Qb6!

034 Magnus Carlsen's Sicilian Dragon

046 The Sniper Sacrifice: 4...Bxc3+

064 Other Fourth Moves for White

070 2) Main Line 2: Kingside Knight - 3 Nf3 c5!

070 The 4 c4 Maroczy with ...Qb6!

075 White grabs the c5-pawn with 4 dxc5

087 White plays 4 c3

088 White plays 4 d5

091 3) White Plays 3 c3 - The Deferred Sniper

091 The Storey Gambit

095 The Main Line - White Plays 4 exd5

098 Less Popular Moves

099 4) White Grabs the Centre with 3 f4

099 The ...d5 Neutralizer

104 The f4 Schmid Benoni

108 5) Other 1 e4 Lines for White

108 Closed Sicilian versus the Sniper

112 Scholar's Mate-Style Attack

114 Grand Prix Attack versus the Sniper

119 1 e4 g6 2 d4 Bg7 3 Be3

124 1 e4 g6 2 d4 Bg7 3 Bc4

129 6) White Plays d4 and c4

129 Bermuda Triangle versus the White Arrow

151 The Broken Arrow: ...Bxc3!

157 The Sniper: Benko Style

161 7) Miscellaneous Lines

161 Anti-Snipers

167 The English Opening: A Simple Sniper Antidote

169 Conclusion

171 Index of Variations

174 Index of Complete Games

Jul-30-14  PinnedPiece: In the British Championships, he has won 7 games...more than anyone else (although he has up to now lost 4!)

It's all or nothing for Mr Storey!

.

Oct-27-15  Bruce Graham: It's not often we see chess players jostling for news space with rivals like Kim Kardashian: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...
Jan-19-17  ColeTrane: What kind of idiot admits to drug use at a job interview? Clue: he has two thumbs and your looking at his chess games....
Aug-01-19  Gallicrow: Today Mr Storey's opponent in round 6 of the British Championship, Lorin D'Costa, was defaulted. You can read why here: https://www.ecforum.org.uk/viewtopi...

Mr Storey is a self-proclaimed "devout Christian".

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