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David Blower takes part in Birmingham Chess Rapidplay Congress

Posted on October 13, 2014 at 11:40 AM Comments comments (0)

As you can probably guess from the topic title I did not win it! 

The Birmingham Chess Rapidplay Congress 2014 was at Quinborne Community Centre, in Quinborne, near Birmingham on 12th October 2014.  It was my best performance at a rapidplay congress.  This was not too difficult as it was my first rapidplay chess congress.  I do not think it quite matched my performance at the Staffordshire Chess Congress 2014 which was a standard play congress. 

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Staffordshire Chess Congress 2014

Posted on April 14, 2014 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

6 members of the club took part in the Staffordshire Chess Congress 2014, on the weekend of 12th/13th April 2014.  The chess congress took place at Bloxwich Leisure Centre, in Bloxwich!  Although it was not too difficult for David Blower, he managed to achieve his best ever performance at a chess congress. 

John Fenby and Mark Keady took part in the major tournament for players graded under 160.  There were 29 players in this section....

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Mark Keady wins Blackpool congress

Posted on March 13, 2014 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Well done to club member Mark Keady who took part in the Blackpool chess congress over the weekend of 7th-9th March 2014.  The congress took place at The Imperial Hotel in Blackpool.  Mark Keady was the only club member from Brewood taking part in the congress.  He did quite well at the congress, he won it.  Congratulations to Mark from the club. 

Mark took part in the intermediate section of the congress, for players grad...

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Shropshire Chess Congress 2014

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Well done to our players who took part in the Shropshire Chess Congress on the weekend of 4th/5th January 2014.


Thanks to Steve Rooney from Church Stretton chess club for organizing the congress.


In the list of results below the club of the opposition player is displayed alongside his or her name. This gives you an idea of how players from all across the country enter congresses, which is different in comparison to the league chess which is played at th...

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