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12th Beacon Seniors Day 4

The draw for Rd. 4 was as follows:-

  Seniors Rd. 4          
  White       Black  
1 Dodgson, J (2½) 1 0 Carr, C (2½)
2 Openshaw, D (2½) ½ ½ Page, M (2½)
3 Everson, R (2½) 1 0 Wiltshire, M (2½)
4 Footner, J (2) 1 0 Roberts, M (2)
5 Norman, Dinah (2) 1 0 Footner, A (2)
6 Elwood, D (2) ½ ½ Velker, W (2)
7 Wiggins, A (2) 0 1 Gamble, R (2)
8 Dicker, N (2) 0 1 Gosling, B (2)
9 Adams, M (1½) ½ ½ Sandercock, B (2)
10 Annetts, I. S (1½) 1 0 Kaye, M (1½)
11 Tidy, N. F (1½) 0 1 Price, A (1½)
12 Sherriff, A (1½) ½ ½ Cranmer, S (1½)
13 O’Grady, J (1½) ½ ½ Jones R. H. (1½)
14 Hurn, R (1½) ½ ½ Dean, J (1½)
15 Purry, N (1) 0 1 Ross, B (1)
16 Cox, R. E. (1) 0 1 Lucas, P (1)
17 Parfett, G. (1) 1 0 Ryan, R. A (1)
18 Burt, D (1) ½ ½ Jones, S (1)
19 Waters, R (1) 1 0 Jenkins, G. J. (1)
20 O’Rourke, K (½) 1 0 Cox, Marian (½)
21 Herschmann, H (1) ½ ½ Carrick, P (1)
22 Welch, Hazel (1) 1 0 Patching, G (1)
23 Gordon, P (1) ½ ½ Naldrett, G (1½)

 

  “Juniors” Rd. 4          
1 Heppell, I (2)  1  0 Wells, J (3)
2 Dean, S (1½)  1 Orr, D (2)
3 Rogers, D. R. (1½) ½ ½ McAllan, I (1½)
4 Burton, R (1½)  1  0 Ariss, J (1)
5 Sellwood, C (½) 1   bye  

 Of the 6 players on 2.5, only Dodgson and Everson won, making them joint leaders and due to meet in the final round. A number of others have a mathematical chance of becoming joint winners on 4 pts if the top 2 draw, including Openshaw, Page, John Footner, Dinah Norman, Gamble and Gosling.

The top game in the “Juniors” was between Wells on a maximum 3/3 and Heppell, a point behind having drawn 2 games. However, Heppell rediscovered his form and levelled the scores. 

Rd. 4 games here:

Pt. 1: http://www.chessdevon.co.uk/HTML/bs2014/base.htm

Pt. 2: http://www.chessdevon.co.uk/HTML/bj2014a/base.htm

All “Junior” gms: http://www.chessdevon.co.uk/HTML/bj2011/base.htm

Tomorrow is the 11th day of the 11th month, 2011, and there has been talk about whether it would be appropriate to have a 2 minute pause at 11 o’clock – clocks stopped to allow folk thoughts to go where they will. The idea was explained at the start of play on Wednesday, and a show of hands to be taken today. When asked, it was clear the mark of respect was wanted.

Top 2 games in the Seniors: Dodgson v Carr: Openshaw v Page

Hazel Welch helps visually-challenged Patching, and a blind player plays Naldrett.

Top game in the Juniors was Heppell v Wells (won by White) and Dean v Orr.

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