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Tournament: 19th Glorney Cup (Junior Team Tournament) • 20 games and 11 part-games out of 90 games
Venue: Paris • Dates: 1-5 August 1966 • Download PGN Last Edited: Monday 21 September, 2020 12:25 PM

19th Glorney Cup (Junior Team Tournament), Paris, 1-5 August 1966

  1966 Glorney Cup
1
2
3
4
5
6
Total
1
England
x
4
4
4
3
20½
2
Scotland
2
x
3
6
18
3
Netherlands
2
x
3
4
15
4
Wales
2
3
x
14½
5
France
½
3
2
x
3
12
6
Ireland
3
0
3
x
10

Squads (six from seven played, board order not fixed during the event)

England: Brian John Denman 2/4, John Neil Sugden 3/5, Leslie S Tate 2/4, Terance William (Terry) Hart 1/3, George Steven Botterill 5/5, Roger de Lacy Holmes 4½/5, Derek Maurice Wise 3/4.

Scotland: John Glendinning 2½/5, Craig W. Pritchett 4/5, Jim Montgomery 4½/5, Allen Taylor 2/4, E.I. Stevenson 1/4, I. Jardine 2½/4, Alan J Shaw 1½/3. [source: ChessScotland.com]

Netherlands: Jan Timman 3½/5, Paul Boersma 1½/5, Gert Ligterink 2/3, Ton Timman 1½/4, H de Wilde 2½/4, C Klaassen 2/5, Loderweges 2/4.

Wales: (William) Vivian Davies 2½/5, Alan J Hughes 2½/5, (Arthur) Howard Williams 3½/5, Michael J Lexton 2½/5, John E Syner 1½/4, John Evans ½/3, Richard Miles 1½/3.

France: Michel Benoit 2/5, Emmanuel Preissmann 1½/4, Fargette 3/5, Neymann 1/4, Faivre ½/3, Meyer 1/5, Montaignac 3/4.

Ireland: John L Moles 2/5, Paul Gerard Henry 1/5, D McCaughan 1½/5, John F Gibson 2/4, A Unwin 1½/4, J Cummins ½/3, C Barnwell 1½/4.

John Littlewood's contemporary report for CHESS has been digitised at the Glorney Cup website.


File Updated
Date Notes
16 September 2020 First upload of 18 games and 11 part-games, mainly culled from articles in CHESS and BCM. The 2020 edition of Mega/Big Database has ten games/part-games but some have incorrect player identifications. I've corrected these where known.
16 September 2020 Brian Denman sent me two more of his games, vs Benoit of France and Taylor of Scotland. Many thanks.
20 September 2020 There were problems with the score of the game Pritchett-Sugden. The Big/Mega 2020 version is truncated at move 22 as a result of a faulty move at an earlier stage of the game, and Brian Denman sourced this 43-move version of the game from the Chess Scotland website, linked to above. Many thanks to Brian.
21 September 2020 Apologies - my last two updates of this file seem to have introduced more errors than they remedied. The two games which Brian Denman sent me on 16 September have now been appended and it now shows the Pritchett-Sugden game as being played on board 1 of the final 5th round.