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Arthur Huynh is the Club Champion again

Arthur won the Club Championship with a 6.5/7 score. The equal second were Fred Flatow and Vladislav Dragalchuk – 5.5.

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Artur Huynh is the Rapid Champion

Arthur has scored 8/9 in the Canterbury Rapid Championship 2018. Fred Flatow was the second, 1 point behind.

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Official

Terrible news

Adrian Rose has passed away.
Nobody expected that. He seemed to be in good health at his 69 and still in good chess shape.
He was one of our best club players, and also the top 6th Australian senior player at the moment.

We will always remember Adrian.

Notice in the Sydney Morning Herald

The following was not his best game obviously but it was important  to me. We both were at 4/4 and had already played against the strongest opponents. Whoever wins becomes the club champion very likely. He won and scored 7/7 eventually.

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Puzzles

Puzzle

White makes a draw.
It’s a position from a real game. Would you resign?

Solution is below…

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Canterbury Open (FIDE Rated)

Hello players,

You are all welcome to the Canterbury Open that begins on Sep 18 (Monday, 7:30pm). 7 rounds over 7 Mondays. 1 hour + 30 secs per move.

WHEN:
Sep 18, 25
Oct 9, 16, 23, 39
Nov 6

Update: Arthur said it’s FIDE rated.

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Spring Allegro

There will be the Canterbury Spring Allegro on the next two Mondays. The tournament is FIDE rated, and the time control is 15 minutes till the end.
Update: it was mistakenly announced as FIDE-rated, our apologies.

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Winter Swiss (FIDE Rated)

Hi players,

Our Winter Swiss will be FIDE rated. We’ll start on the 17th of July. All current and new members are welcome!

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Arthur Huynh is the Lightning Champion

Arthur Huynh has obtained the Lightning Champion title after he won the tournament with a perfect score of 9/9. Adrian Rose was the second with 7 points.

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Arthur Huynh is the Club Champion

Arthur Huynh won the Club Championship with an impressive 6.5/7 score. The equal second were Adrian Rose and Fred Flatow – 5.5.

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Canterbury Championship

The most important tournament of the year РCanterbury Championship Рwill start on Monday, 6th of March. There will be 7 rounds over 7 Mondays. The time control is 90 minutes plus 30 seconds increment per move starting from the first move.