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Tournament: 16th Lloyds Bank Masters • 204 games
Venue: London • Dates: 22-31 August 1992 • Download PGNlast edited Thursday, 22 July, 2021 4:26 PM

16th Lloyds Bank Masters, 22-31 August 1992, Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch, London

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Pos Player Nat'y Ttl Elo 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  Total  B C D E F
1 SPEELMAN,Jonathan S ENG g 2590 b126+ w41+ b30= w12+ b14+ w2= b44+ w13+ b5= w16= 8 10 8 2469 6.60 1.40
2 TIMOSHCHENKO,Gennadi A RUS g 2515 w150+ b50+ w70= b8+ w32+ b1= w19+ b5– w7– b24+ 8 10 8 2487 5.40 2.60
3 GALLAGHER,Joseph G ENG g 2510 b157= w90+ b174= w89+ b55= w109+ b31= w12= b25+ w44+ 10 2360 7.00 0.50
4 HOWELL,James C ENG m 2465 b136+ w68+ b16= w15= b54= w87+ w24= b19= b26+ w21+ 10 2446 5.30 2.20
5 NORWOOD,David R ENG g 2510 b67= w132+ b122+ w62+ b31= w39+ b21+ w2= w1= b10= 10 2424 6.20 1.30
6 SADLER,Matthew D. ENG m 2515 w80+ b27+ w18+ b28= w70= b13= w49– b48+ w11= b29+ 10 2457 5.80 1.70
7 WATSON,William N ENG g 2555 b109= w77– b95+ w147+ b64+ w40+ b22= w31+ b2= w28+ 8 2392 5.76 –0.26
8 ARKELL,Keith C ENG m 2460 b122= w219+ b99+ w2– b76= w136+ b110+ w15– b81+ w40+ 7 9 6 2357 5.76 0.24
9 EMMS,John M ENG m 2455 b69– w72+ b105+ w174+ b26– w116+ b85= w90– b110+ w46+ 7 9 6 2307 6.30 –0.30
10 IVANOV,Igor V USA m 2510 b59= w128+ b157+ w49+ b15= w31= b70= w25= b20+ w5= 7 10 7 2419 6.20 0.80
11 KING,Daniel J ENG g 2510 w33= b127+ w55= b96+ w38+ b48= w62= b56+ b6= w15= 7 10 7 2385 6.70 0.30
12 LEVITT,Jonathan P ENG m 2455 w75+ b53+ w24= b1– w79+ b17= w81+ b3= w19= b36+ 7 10 7 2404 5.70 1.30
13 MCNAB,Colin A SCO m 2480 b174= w161+ b133= w67+ b85+ w6= b16+ b1– w36= b62+ 7 9 6 2374 5.76 0.24
14 NIJBOER,Friso NLD m 2485 w141+ b45+ b21+ w44= w1– b62– w133+ b80= w77+ b60+ 7 10 7 2397 6.20 0.80
15 NUNN,John D M ENG g 2595 w58+ b39+ w32= b4= w10= b60= w45+ b8+ w28= b11= 7 10 7 2449 7.00 0.00
16 SHERBAKOV,Ruslan RUS m 2530 w228+ b25+ w4– b35+ w28= b70= w13– b63+ w49+ b1= 7 9 6 2456 5.40 0.60
17 VAN WELY,Loek NLD m 2525 b64– w91+ b82+ w68= b59+ w12= b55= w85+ b30= w39+ 7 9 6 2347 6.57 –0.57
18 WELLS,Peter K ENG m 2455 w111+ b186+ b6– w107+ w23– b133– w103+ b53+ b40= w54+ 7 10 7 2302 7.00 0.00
19 ADAMS,Michael ENG g 2610 b46+ w35= b65+ w77+ b44= w30+ b2– w4= b12= w31= 10 2421 7.50 –1.00
20 BARUA,Dibyendu IND g 2550 w63+ b62= w160+ b70– w74+ b66+ w48= b49= w10– b77+ 9 2389 6.39 –0.89
21 CHANDLER,Murray G ENG g 2575 w113+ b48+ w14– b171+ w50+ b28+ w5– b32+ w24= b4– 10 2432 6.90 –0.40
22 FRIAS,Victor J USA m 2460 b89+ w140= b71= w186+ b110+ w26– w7= b29– w141+ b80+ 10 2375 6.20 0.30
23 HARLEY,Andrew D ENG   2280 b49– w206+ b166+ w51+ b18+ w44– b39= w34= b58+ w30= 8 2441 2.32 2.18
24 HEBDEN,Mark L ENG g 2510 b114+ w40+ b12= w31– b122+ w54+ b4= w70+ b21= w2– 10 2410 6.40 0.10
25 HENNIGAN,Michael T ENG m 2400 w97+ w16– b183+ b85– w143+ b52+ w115+ b10= w3– w67+ 9 2344 5.22 0.28
26 HODGSON,Julian M ENG g 2555 w74+ b51– w119+ b80+ w9+ b22+ w32= b28– w4– b65+ 9 2419 6.12 –0.62
27 MANNION,Stephen R SCO f 2390 b107+ w6– b208+ w83– b89= w101+ b68= w174+ b56= w76+ 9 2291 5.76 –0.26
28 MURSHED,Niaz BAN g 2505 w179+ b38+ w202+ w6= b16= w21– b58+ w26+ b15= b7– 10 2477 5.40 1.10
29 ROGERS,Ian AUS g 2565 b65= w82+ b140+ w30= b39– w55= b69+ w22+ b44+ w6– 10 2386 7.30 –0.80
30 THIPSAY,Praveen M IND m 2475 w130+ b110+ w1= b29= w115+ b19– w63= b86+ w17= b23= 10 2408 5.90 0.60
31 WARD,Christopher G ENG m 2440 w176+ b79= w81+ b24+ w5= b10= w3– b7– w61+ b19= 10 2456 4.80 1.70
32 ZILBERMAN,Yaacov ISL m 2490 b121+ w92+ b15= w123+ b2– w98+ b26= w21– b34= w64+ 10 2423 5.90 0.60
33 ALAVA,Mikko FIN   2295 b11= w185= b158= w125= b93+ w76= b154= w153+ b37= w41= 6 5 2335 2.20 0.30
34 BERKOVICH,Mark A ISL m 2455 w133= b87= w115– b155= w117+ b57+ w75+ b23= w32= b63= 6 7 2300 4.97 –1.47
35 BRONSTEIN,David I RUS g 2415 w103+ b19= b180+ w16– b98– w106+ b76+ w36– b66= w89+ 6 8 4 2343 4.80 –0.80
36 BUCKLEY,Graeme N ENG   2205 b152+ w65– w138= b137+ w63= b46+ w60= b35+ b13= w12– 6 9 5 2381 2.43 2.57
37 CARLESS,David HKG f 2265 w202– b182= w124– b139+ w193+ b73= w151+ b158+ w33= b52= 6 3 1 2370 1.08 –0.08
38 COLLINSON,Adam R ENG f 2360 b102+ w28– b104+ w129+ b11– w83= b109= w68= b72= w90+ 6 8 2306 4.64 –0.14
39 CROUCH,Colin S ENG m 2425 w135+ w15– b132+ b141+ w29+ b5– w23= w55= b99+ b17– 6 10 6 2384 5.60 0.40
40 DUNNINGTON,Angus J ENG m 2355 w115+ b24– w134+ b84= w171+ b7– w97+ b79+ w18= b8– 6 10 6 2330 5.30 0.70
41 EL ASSIOUTI,Sherif EGY   2385 w84+ b1– w171– b169= w105= b102+ w173+ b141= w137+ b33= 6 9 2278 5.85 –0.35
42 GKOUNTINTAS,Antonios GRC   2315 b140– w95– b210+ w183+ b82– w207+ b106+ w154+ b55= w51= 6 5 2 2284 2.70 –0.70
43 GUIDO,Flavio ITA f 2245 b47= w98+ b123– w143= b184+ w58– b51– w155+ b154+ w110+ 6 6 2341 2.22 0.28
44 GUREVICH,Ilya USA m 2510 w96+ b66+ w51+ b14= w19= b23+ w1– b62+ w29– b3– 6 10 6 2453 5.80 0.20
45 KAUNAS,Kestutis LIT   2350 w162+ w14– b189+ b115– w151+ w67+ b15– w64= b83= w88+ 6 8 4 2328 4.24 –0.24
46 KINSMAN,Andrew P H ENG f 2340 w19– b112+ w148– b207+ w135+ w36– b131+ w89+ b70+ b9– 6 8 4 2337 4.00 0.00
47 KUMARAN,Dharshan ENG f 2380 w43= b118= w162+ b74= w123= b56– w120+ b137= w111+ b53= 6 10 6 2278 6.40 –0.40
48 LANE,Gary W ENG m 2420 b100+ w21– b128+ w102+ b83+ w11= b20= w6– b54– w122+ 6 10 6 2358 5.90 0.10
49 MEDNIS,Edmar J USA g 2460 w23+ b81= w79+ b10– w84+ b77+ b6= w20= b16– w59= 6 10 6 2372 6.20 –0.20
50 MORRIS,Philip J ENG m 2370 b125+ w2– b146+ w106+ b21– w148= b90– w147+ b68= w99+ 6 8 4 2312 4.64 –0.64
51 MCDONALD,Neil L ENG m 2410 w85+ w26+ b44– b23– w95= b173= w43+ b134+ w80= b42= 6 9 2326 5.58 –0.08
52 PARKER,Jonathan ENG f 2370 w79– b191+ w173= b160+ b68= w25– b108= w87+ b85+ w37= 6 8 4 2270 5.12 –1.12
53 PERKINS,Alan H ENG   2260 w164+ w12– b195= b73= w159= b171+ w124+ w18– b126+ w47= 6 6 2362 2.16 1.34
54 POULTON,James R ENG   2255 b68– w216+ b213+ w56+ w4= b24– w66+ b60= w48+ b18– 6 8 4 2419 2.24 1.76
55 PRITCHETT,Craig W SCO m 2350 b88= w166+ b11= w153+ w3= b29= w17= b39= w42= b57= 6 7 2440 2.66 0.84
56 RAVIKUMAR,Vaidyanathan IND m 2380 b71= w93+ w87= b54– b91+ w47+ b153+ w11– w27= b72= 6 6 2333 3.42 –0.92
57 SPICE,Alan P WLS     b180– w214+ w64= b179= b107+ w34– b143= w132+ b69+ w55= 6 7 2306 2331
58 STEINBACHER,Matthias GER f 2340 b15– w180– b94+ w158+ w191+ b43+ w28– b146+ w23– b98+ 6 6 3 2330 3.06 –0.06
59 SUMMERSCALE,Aaron P ENG f 2305 w10= b119= w196= b97+ w17– b134– b140+ w136+ w146+ b49= 6 8 5 2336 3.68 1.32
60 SZEKELY,Peter HUN m 2435 b99= w158+ b83= w90+ b77= w15= b36= w54= b73+ w14– 6 8 4 2311 5.36 –1.36
61 VAN DER STERREN,Paul NLD g 2530 b81– w106= b77– w198+ b185+ w154= b144+ w83+ b31– w114+ 6 5 2 2302 3.95 –1.95
62 VOLZHIN,Alexander RUS   2405 b221+ w20= b118+ b5– w173+ w14+ b11= w44– b90+ w13– 6 9 5 2413 4.41 0.59
63 WEBSTER,Andrew A ENG fm 2330 b20– w207+ b91= w101+ b36= w82+ b30= w16– b97+ w34= 6 7 2383 3.01 0.49
64 ADLER,Joel SWZ   2315 w17+ w70– b57= b184+ w1– b84= w118+ b45= w79+ b32– 8 4 2385 3.20 0.80
65 ARKELL,Susan K ENG wg 2335 w29= b36+ w19– w208+ b148= b123= w134= b111= b104+ w26– 10 2316 5.30 0.20
66 BAQUERO,Luis A COL   2370 w120+ w44– b153= b138+ w118+ w20– b54– b123+ w35= b84= 9 5 2347 4.77 0.23
67 BASART,Josep M ESP   2295 w5= b153= w112+ b13– w168+ b45– w160+ b117= w124+ b25– 4 ½ 2435 1.24 –0.74
68 BERRY,Stephen H ENG   2320 w54+ b4– w175+ b17= w52= b95= w27= b38= w50= b78= 9 5 2332 4.32 0.68
69 BROWN,Simon D ENG   2270 w9+ b202– w184= b95– w217+ b119+ w29– b203+ w57– b146+ 5 3 2332 2.05 0.95
70 DAVIES,Nigel R ISL m 2460 w137+ b64+ b2= w20+ b6= w16= w10= b24– w46– b86= 10 2438 5.30 0.20
71 DUNN,Andrew ENG   2245 w56– b190+ w22= b202– w73= b80– w176= b187+ w112= b158+ 5 2374 1.65 –0.15
72 ERIKSSON,Bo SVE     w197+ b9– w179+ b110– w96+ b81– w130= b133+ w38= w56= 9 2334   2334
73 GANT,Chris J ENG     b183= w213= b125= w53= b71= w37= b138+ w114+ w60– b123= 9 5 2290 2303
74 GLUCKMAN,David SAF   2330 b26– w78+ b168+ w47= b20– w89= b82= w122= b148+ w83= 9 2311 4.77 –0.27
75 HASSABIS,Demis ENG   2270 b12– w159+ b101– w94= b205+ w190+ b34– bye= w91= bye+ 2 0 2455 0.52 –0.52
76 HOLLAND,Chris K D ENG   2270 w110– b149= w156+ b191+ w8= b33= w35– b168+ w117+ b27– 5 1 2379 1.75 –0.75
77 HON,Andrew ENG   2215 w86+ b7+ w61+ b19– w60= w49– b87+ w109+ b14– w20– 10 2445 2.10 3.40
78 KOSKELA,Niina FIN wm 2100 w182= b74– w197= b192+ w104= b191– w178= b193+ w96+ w68= 4 2 2258 1.16 0.84
79 KWIATKOWSKI,Feliks J ENG   2240 b52+ w31= b49– w185+ b12– w140+ b148+ w40– b64– w147+ 8 2364 2.64 0.86
80 MIKHALEVSKI,Victor ISL   2320 b6– w144+ b219+ w26– b90= w71+ b92+ w14= b51= w22– 8 2406 3.04 0.46
81 MORTAZAVI,Ali ENG f 2320 w61+ w49= b31– b154= w102+ w72+ b12– b98+ w8– w82= 8 4 2377 3.36 0.64
82 NOYCE,Robert C ENG   2215 w165+ b29– w17– b178+ w42+ b63– w74= b96= w150+ b81= 8 2374 2.32 1.18
83 PIPER,Matthew S ENG   2235 b207= w108+ w60= b27+ w48– b38= w123+ b61– w45= b74= 9 5 2378 2.79 2.21
84 STEBBINGS,Anthony J ENG   2250 b41– w117+ b190+ w40= b49– w64= b122= w92= b161+ w66= 7 2358 2.45 0.05
85 VUJATOVIC,Rajko ENG   2260 b51– w152+ b212+ w25+ w13– b111+ w9= b17– w52– bye+ 7 2416 2.03 0.47
86 WALKER,David J ENG f 2320 b77– w104– b185= w206+ b208+ w94+ b157+ w30– b109= w70= 7 3 2279 3.92 –0.92
87 WILSON,Jonathan G ENG   2220 b159+ w34= b56= w92+ w202= b4– w77– b52– w195+ b141+ 8 2370 2.40 1.10
88 BATES,Richard A ENG   2230 w55= b171– w169= b176= w195+ b149= w141– b182+ w134+ b45– 5 6 2 2267 2.70 –0.70
89 BRITTON,Richard L ENG f 2275 w22– b217+ w177+ b3– w27= b74= w116+ b46– w118+ b35– 5 9 4 2331 3.78 0.22
90 COLEMAN,David J ENG   2235 w138+ b3– w145+ b60– w80= b159+ w50+ b9= w62– b38– 5 8 3 2402 2.24 0.76
91 CONNELL,Blair N ENG     w143+ b17– w63= b211+ w56– w125+ b164= w99– b75= w97= 5 8 3 2334   2247
92 CORKETT,Anthony R ENG   2340 w173+ b32– w127+ b87– w134= b163+ w80– b84= w160+   5 7 3 2279 4.06 –1.06
93 DONOVAN,Nigel P ENG     w214+ b56– w130= b113= w33– b137– w223+ b162= w135+ b100= 5 8 3 2291   2204
94 DRAKEFORD,David IRL     w171= b124+ w58– b75= w120+ b86– w111– b118– w217+ b173+ 5 9 4 2226   2183
95 FINN,Simon P ENG     w210= b42+ w7– w69+ b51= w68= b146– b130= w116= b111= 5 9 2314   2314
96 FRANKLIN,Michael J ENG f 2300 b44– w156+ b203+ w11– b72– w161= b217+ w82= b78– w177+ 5 5 2279 2.65 –1.15
97 GAVRIEL,Tryfon C ENG   2250 b25– w193= b206+ w59– b189+ w180+ b40– w143+ w63– b91= 5 4 0 2348 1.48 –1.48
98 GEORGHIOU,Paul T ENG   2220 w196= b43– w199+ b130+ w35+ b32– bye= w81– b174+ w58– 5 7 3 2341 2.38 0.62
99 GRIFFITHS,Paul V ENG   2260 w60= b172+ w8– b124– w169+ b160= w149+ b91+ w39– b50– 5 4 ½ 2423 1.12 –0.62
100 HANRECK,Alan E ENG f 2260 w48– b154= w155= b111– b142+ w166= b158– w189+ b144+ w93= 5 3 1 2267 1.47 –0.47
101 HARAKIS,Alexis M ENG     w146+ b138– w75+ b63– w170+ b27– w201= b150– w162= b176+ 5 9 2281   2281
102 HAZELTON,Martin L ENG   2235 w38– b226+ w182+ b48– b81– w41– w163= b196+ w203+ b112= 5 4 0 2371 1.28 –1.28
103 HODGSON,John H ENG   2260 b35– w178= b200+ w136= b203+ w157= b18– w161= b153= w104= 5 5 2309 2.15 –0.65
104 HUNT,Harriet V ENG w 2080 w211= b86+ w38– w140= b78= w146– b166+ b127+ w65– b103= 5 8 2255 2.16 1.34
105 JACKSON,Sheila ENG wm 2215 w149= b175= w9– bye= b41= w128= b183= b151= w178+ w121= 5 6 2264 2.58 –0.08
106 JAKUBOVICS,Nicholas ENG     w203+ b61= w164= b50– w150+ b35– w42– b176+ w130= b116= 5 9 4 2352   2309
107 JOSEPH,Stephen M ENG   2250 w27– b187+ w172+ b18– w57– b168= w112= b163+ w158= b117= 5 2 0 2423 0.54 –0.54
108 KIRSZENBERG,Marc FRA   2225 w191– b83– w193= b224+ w182+ b143= w52= b164= w113= b138= 5 5 2 2343 1.70 0.30
109 KNOTT,Simon J B ENG f 2330 w7= b208= w120+ b148= w124+ b3– w38= b77– w86= b127= 5 9 4 2298 4.86 –0.86
110 LEDGER,Andrew J ENG f 2335 b76+ w30– b161+ w72+ w22– b141+ w8– b115+ w9– b43– 5 8 3 2361 3.68 –0.68
111 MACK,Andrew L ENG   2270 b18– w163= b139= w100+ b147+ w85– b94+ w65= b47– w95= 5 5 2338 2.05 –0.55
112 MCHOGH,V USA     b218+ w46– b67– w165+ b174– w132= b107= w190+ b71= w102= 5 7 2 2266   2108
113 MCMAHON,Daire IRL   2335 b21– w205+ b129– w93= b128= w177+ b136= w148= b108= w131= 5 6 2279 3.48 –0.98
114 MCMICHAEL,Richard J ENG   2300 w24– b145+ w154– b175+ w129+ b153– w191+ b73– w173+ b61– 5 4 2 2355 1.68 0.32
115 MERRIMAN,John ENG   2235 b40– w201+ b34+ w45+ b30– w174+ b25– w110– b147= w126= 5 8 2375 2.48 1.02
116 NAYLOR,John ENG   2265 w124= b133– w187+ b170= w177+ b9– b89– w139+ b95= w106= 5 4 ½ 2310 1.76 –1.26
117 NEEDHAM,Patrick J ENG     w208– b84– b215+ w219+ b34– w165+ b152+ w67= b76– w107= 5 6 1 2267   1994
118 NORMAN,Kenneth I ENG   2210 b142+ w47– w62– b195+ b66– w122= b64– w94+ b89– w185+ 5 7 2 2305 2.59 –0.59
119 QUINN,Mark IRL     b222+ w59= b26– w122– b187+ w69– b186= b178= w133= w164+ 5 7 2343   2241
120 RAY,Christopher A ENG   2210 b66– w215+ b109– w205+ b94– w211+ b47– w185= b143= w190+ 5 3 0 2360 0.90 –0.90
121 ROSENBERG,Daniel B ENG   2295 w32– b184= w191– b220= w175+ b129= w156= b128= w168+ b105= 5 4 2 2254 2.24 –0.24
122 ROSSITER,Philip J ENG f 2280 w8= b177+ w5– b119+ w24– b118= w84= b74= w156+ b48– 5 7 2 2384 2.52 –0.52
123 SAKHATOVA,Goulnana KAZ wm 2360 w170= b148+ w43+ b32– b47= w65= b83– w66– b183+ w73= 5 9 2293 5.31 –0.81
124 SALEM,Aylem ENG     b116= w94– b37+ w99+ b109– w126+ b53– w157+ b67– w227= 5 9 5 2283 2296
125 STIRLING,William J ENG   2245 w50– b199+ w73= b33= w149= b91– w159= b160– w201+ b187+ 5 2 ½ 2333 0.76 –0.26
126 TOZER,Richard J D ENG f 2340 w1– b160– w211+ b226+ w163= b124– w196+ b171+ w53– b115= 5 4 2303 2.20 –0.70
127 TSANG,Hon ENG   2225 b163+ w11– b92– w151– b183= w208+ b190+ w104– b206+ w109= 5 6 2 2247 2.82 –0.82
128 VAN PARREREN,Hanneke NLD wf 2160 w169+ b10– w48– b162= w113= b105= b187= w121= w138= b171+ 5 8 2312 2.40 1.10
129 VERE,Joseph W ENG     b219– w192+ w113+ b38– b114– w121= b203– w218+ b140= w174+ 5 6 3 2314   2314
130 WALKER,Mark I ENG   2285 b30– w198+ b93= w98– b156+ w155= b72= w95= b106= w132= 5 3 ½ 2300 1.44 –0.94
131 WEBB,Laurence ENG   2220 w153– b134= w226= b164= w214+ b151= w46– b149= w145+ b113= 5 4 2328 1.40 0.10
132 WOLSTENCROFT,Darryl ENG   2205 w181+ b5– w39– b193– w194+ b112= w197+ b57– w151+ b130= 5 4 2315 1.40 0.10
133 WOOD,David A ENG   2275 b34= w116+ w13= bye= b154= w18= b14– w72– b119= b188+ 5 5 2428 1.50 1.00
134 ADELMAN,Charles USA f 2220 b144= w131= b40– w142+ b92= w59+ b65= w51– b88– w143= 8 2288 3.28 0.22
135 AMMANN,Philipp SWZ f 2260 b39– w218+ b143– w144+ b46– w184+ b147– w183= b93– w211+ 3 ½ 2302 1.32 –0.82
136 BABAR,Frank GER   2285 w4– b196– w167+ b103= w188+ b8– w113= b59– w159= b139= 5 1 2365 1.95 –0.95
137 BAKER,Chris W ENG   2275 b70– w151+ b149= w36– b158= w93+ b155+ w47= b41–   4 ½ 2358 1.56 –1.06
138 BRADBURY,Neil H ENG m 2360 b90– w101+ b36= w66– b190– b193+ w73– w166+ b128= w108= 5 2239 3.30 –1.80
139 BURKE,John ENG     b185– b197= w111= w37– b216+ w152– b165+ b116– w169+ w136= 4 1 2271   2078
140 BYWAY,Paul V. ENG f 2305 w42+ b22= w29– b104= w160= b79– w59– b217+ w129= b156= 7 3 2289 3.64 –0.64
141 CHATTERJEE,Laltu. IND   2290 b14– w155+ b188+ w39– b166+ w110– b88+ w41= b22– w87– 7 2363 2.80 –1.30
142 FINK,Petra GER wf 2110 w118– b212= w178= b134– w100– b189+ w184+ b179– w193= b201+ 4 0 2246 1.28 –1.28
143 FLOWER,David G WLS     b91– w181+ w135+ b43= b25– w108= w57= b97– w120= b134= 7 3 2259   2209
144 FOISTER,Steven A M ENG     w134= b80– w207= b135– w192+ b150+ w61– b145= w100– b195+ 6 2317   2124
145 GAUGHAN,Richard J ENG     b194+ w114– b90– w188– b152– w198+ b177+ w144= b131– w203+ 4 1 2199   2006
146 HAMID,Rani BAN wm 2135 b101– w225+ w50– b214= w220+ b104+ w95+ w58– b59– w69– 5 1 2273 1.55 –0.55
147 HASLINGER,Gareth J ENG     w184– b176+ w150+ b7– w111– b170+ w135+ b50– w115= b79– 9 2304   2304
148 HASTINGS,Jonathan ENG   2210 b216+ w123– b46+ w109= w65= b50= w79– b113= w74– b149= 8 3 2330 2.72 0.28
149 HINKS–EDWARDS,Thomas ENG     b105= w76= w137= b196= b125= w88= b99– w131= b157= w148= 9 4 2248   2205
150 HOUSKA,Miroslav V ENG   2310 b2– w210+ b147– w189+ b106– w144– b207+ w101+ b82– w154= 2 0 2365 0.84 –0.84
151 HUNT,Adam C ENG     w187= b137– w217+ b127+ b45– w131= b37– w105= b132– w208+ 9 4 2211   2168
152 ISLAM,Mohammad R BAN     w36– b85– w201– b222+ w145+ b139+ w117– b156– w182= b204+ 2 0      
153 JAMES,Dale R ENG     b131+ w67= w66= b55– b186+ w114+ w56– b33– w103=   9 2308   2308
154 MACDONALD,David R ENG     b206= w100= b114+ w81= w133= b61= w33= b42– w43– b150= 9 4 2317   2274
155 MAYERS,Dan E USA     w212= b141– b100= w34= w176+ b130= w137– b43– w170+ b162= 9 4 2283   2240
156 PANCHAPAGESAN,Arjun ENG     w226= b96– b76– W210+ w130– b218+ b121= w152+ b122– w140= 6 1 2289   2016
157 REILLY,Timothy AUS   2310 w3= b188+ w10– b163= w196+ b103= w86– b124– w149= b160= 4 1 2400 1.52 –0.52
158 ROBERTS,Paul E SCO     w192+ b60– w33= b58– w137= b179+ w100+ w37– b107= w71– 9 2296   2216
159 SAGALL,Roy ENG     w87– b75– b223+ w213+ b53= w90– b125= w191= b136= w161= 6 2253   2060
160 SAUNDERS,John C ENG     b215+ w126+ b20– w52– b140= w99= b67– w125+ b92– w157= 9 2335   2255
161 STANTON,William ENG     w224+ b13– w110– b182= w179= b96= w206+ b103= w84– b159= 6 2320   2127
162 TUCKER,Alex E ENG   2235 b45– w223+ b47– w128= b211= w185+ b174– w93= b101= w155= 4 ½ 2295 1.68 –1.18
163 ANSNER,Bjorn SVE     w127– b111= b198+ w157= b126= w92– b102= w107– b208– w217+ 4 9 3 2234   2109
164 BABAR,Michael GER   2415 b53– w189= b106= w131= b180= b188+ w91= w108=   b119– 4 3 1 2235 2.22 –1.22
165 BOYLE,David S ENG     b82– b224+ w186– b112– w181+ b117– w139– w205= b213+ w166= 4 2 0      
166 BRISCOE,Christopher ENG     w200+ b55– w23– b201+ w141– b100= w104– b138– w214+ b165= 4 6 ½ 2270   1869
167 COHEN,Aron J ENG     w199= b179– b136– w216= b207– w223– b198= w220+ b205+ w182= 4 2 0      
168 COOKSEY,Paul S ENG     b178+ w174– w74– b197+ b67– w107= b200+ w76– b121– w180= 4 6 ½ 2288   1887
169 CORDY,Stephen WLS     b128– w200= b88= w41= b99– w183– b205= w210+ b139– w212+ 4 5 1 2235   1995
170 FERGUSON,Mark ENG   2235 b123= w183= b205= w116= b101– w147– b211– w180+ b155– w200+ 4 3 2255 1.41 0.09
171 FORBES,Cathy ENG wm 2125 b94= w88+ b41+ w21– b40– w53– b219+ w126– b185= w128– 4 7 2 2315 1.75 0.25
172 FREEMAN,Arthur ENG     b201+ w99– b107– w190– b213– w216= b220+ w200– b212= w207+ 4 2 0      
173 FREEMAN,Michael J SCO   2230 b92– w222+ b52= w180+ b62– w51= b41– w211+ b114– w94– 4 6 1 2368 1.86 –0.86
174 HARARI,Zaki USA   2290 w13= b168+ w3= b9– w112+ b115– w162+ b27– w98– b129– 4 7 2 2361 2.80 –0.80
175 HERON,Heidi D ENG w 2150 b198= w105= b68– w114– b121– w217– b182– w209+ b211+ w206+ 4 5 ½ 2238 1.90 –1.40
176 LAVIE, Amikam ISL   2265 b31– w147– b194+ w88= b155– w221+ b71= w106– b200+ w101– 4 4 2 2239 2.16 –0.16
177 MACREAMOINN,Brian IRL     b223+ w122– b89– w212+ b116– b113– w145– b197+ w199+ b96– 4 5 0 2291   1614
178 MAH,Karl C C ENG     w168– b103= b142= w82– b223+ w203= b78= w119= b105– w189= 4 5 2180   2031
179 MARUSENKO,Peter UKR   2295 b28– w167+ b72– w57= b161= w158– b180+ w142+     4 2 1 2308 0.96 0.04
180 MCGETTIGAN,Andrew ENG     w57+ b58+ w35– b173– w164= b97– w179– b170– w197+ b168= 4 7 2311   2081
181 MCSHANE,Luke J ENG     b132– b143– w218+ w203– b165– w212= b199= w198– b222+ w219+ 4 1 0      
182 REDBURN,James T ENG     b78= w37= b102– w161= b108– b194= w175+ w88– b152= b167= 4 7 2178   2076
183 REGAN,Natasha K ENG wf 2140 w73= b170= w25– b42– w127= b169+ w105= b135= w123– b184= 4 7 2 2287 2.10 –0.10
184 SHELDON,Ruth ENG w   b147+ w121= b69= w64– w43– b135– b142– w208= b219+ w183= 4 8 2 2214   2021
185 STAYT,Jim N ENG     w139+ b33= w86= b79– w61– b162– w194+ b120= w171= b118– 4 9 3 2245   2120
186 THIEL,Thomas. GER   2300 w195+ w18– b165+ b22– w153– b196= w119= b201+     4 2 0 2458 0.58 –0.58
187 THURLOW,Kevin J ENG     b151= w107– b116– b199+ w119– b220+ w128= w71– b192+ w125– 4 5 ½ 2233   1867
188 TOZER,Philip A ENG     b193+ w157– w141– b145+ b136– w164– b213= w192= b207+ w133– 4 5 0 2315   1638
189 WALTON,Jonathan S ENG     w220+ b164= w45– b150– w97– w142– b216+ b100– w218+ b178= 4 6 ½ 2283   1882
190 WILLIAMS,Simon K ENG     b225+ w71– w84– b172+ w138+ b75– w127– b112– w196+ b120– 4 6 1 2260   1987
191 BLACKWELL,Clive ENG     b108+ w52– b121+ w76– b58– w78+ b114– b159=     7 3 2271   2221
192 CONLON,Joseph P ENG     b158– b129– w204+ w78– b144– w215= b222+ b188= w187– w199= 1 0      
193 HARDY,Roger ENG     w188– b97= b108= w132+ b37– w138– b208+ w78– b142= b194– 9 2182   2102
194 HASLINGER,Cathy ENG w 2040 w145– b211– w176– b204+ b132– w182= b185– w207– b220+ w193+ 2 0 2235 0.50 –0.50
195 KITCHLEW,Andrew ENG     b186– b204+ w53= w118– b88– w200– b215+ w219+ b87– w144– 5 ½ 2244   1878
196 LARSSON,Krister SVE     b98= w136= b59= w149= b157– w186= b126– w102– b190– w216+ 7 2 2285   2127
197 LEE,Tony K H ENG     b72– w139= b78= w168– b198= w205+ b132– w177– b180– w213+ 2 ½      
198 MARTIN, David WLS     w175– b130– w163– b61– w197= b145– w167= b181+ w204– b214+ 3 ½      
199 NJOTEA,Christopher N ENG     b167= w125– b98– w187– b210– w225+ w181= bye+ b177– b192= 2 0      
200 OGASA,Saiichi JAP     b166– b169= w103– b217– w204+ b195+ w168– b172+ w176– b170– 4 0 2205   1528
201 ORTON,Louisa M ENG w   w172– b115– b152+ w166– b212+ w213+ b101= w186– b125– w142– 4 0 2223   1546
202 PEIN,Malcolm. ENG m 2445 b37+ w69+ b28– w71+ b87=           5 2301 3.45 0.05
203 QURAISHI,Shahab U A BAN     b106– b220+ w96– b181+ w103– b178= w129+ w69– b102– b145– 4 0 2266   1589
204 SCOTT,Peter R GER     b205– w195– b192– w194– b200– w209+ b225+ w212= b198+ w152– 1 0      
205 TRIFUNOVIC,Aleksandar ENG     w204+ b113– w170= b120– w75– b197– w169= b165= w167– b218+ 4 ½ 2263   1941
206 WAREING,John P ENG     w154= b23– w97– b86– w224+ b210+ b161– w213+ w127– b175– 5 0 2245   1568
207 ASHBY,Ann–Marie ENG w   w83= b63– b144= w46– w167+ b42– w150– b194+ w188– b172– 3 6 2262   2069
208 BINDU,S Kathingal IND f 2080 b117+ w109= w27– b65– w86– b127– w193– b184= w163+ b151– 3 5 ½ 2320 1.00 –0.50
209 CHOWDHURY,Shamsul K BAN           w221– b215– b204– w224+ b175– w225+ w222+ 3 1 0      
210 PAUL,Aniek IND     b95= b150– w42– b156– w199+ w206– b212= b169– w216= w215= 3 2 0      
211 PERT,Nicholas G ENG     b104= w194+ b126– w91– w162= b120– w170+ b173– w175– b135– 3 9 3 2198   2073
212 SPANTON,Tim R ENG     b155= w142= w85– b177– w201– b181= w210= b204= w172= b169– 3 2 ½      
213 BAKER,Chris A ENG     w217= b73= w54– b159– w172+ b201– w188= b206– w165– b197– 2 ½      
214 CHOKSHI,Manthan IND     b93– b57– w222+ w146= b131– w219– b218– w215+ b166– w198– 2 ½      
215 HASLINGER,Mandy ENG w   w160– b120– w117– b218– w209+ b192= w195– b214– w224= b210= 1 0      
216 HOLLAND, Emilia ENG w   w148– b54– w224= b167= w139– b172= w189– w222= b210= b196– 2 0      
217 MANGAL,Pushpalata IND f 2060 b213= w89– b151– w200+ b69– b175+ w96– w140– b94– b163– 5 1 2260 1.20 –0.20
218 PERT,Richard G ENG     w112– b135– b181– w215+ b219= w156– w214+ b129– b189– w205– 1 0      
219 SOLLARS,Claude H MLT     w129+ b8– w80– b117– w218= b214+ w171– b195– w184– b181– 3 0      
220 THOMPSON,Tracey ENG w   b189– w203– b225+ w121= b146– w187– w172– b167– w194– b224+ 3 ½      
221 BIRCHALL,Bruce H ENG     w62–     b209+   b176–       b225+ 2 2 0      
222 HASLINGER,Stewart G ENG     w119– b173– b214– w152– w225= b224+ w192– b216= w181– b209– 2 1 0      
223 STIMPSON,Paul ENG     w177– b162– w159– b225+ w178– b167+ b93–       2 1 0      
224 MUKHERJEE,Susanta IND     b161– w165– b216= w108– b206– w222– b209– w225= b215= w220– 1 0      
225 CHOWDHURI,Adwaya IND     w190– b146– w220– w223– b222= b199– w204– b224= b209– w221– 1 1 0      
226 MILNER–BARRY,P Stuart ENG     b156= w102– b131= w126–             1 3 ½      
227 MACDONALD–ROSS,Michael SCO   2220                   b124= ½ 0 0      
228 SHERMAN,David ENG     b16–                   0 1 0      

Arbiters: Stewart Reuben, Richard O'Brien, Rudrani Charan Chatterjee, Andrew Whiteley, Les Blackstock, Tony Gaffney, Alan Martin, Cathy Rogers, Roy Brown, David Sedgwick. Rate: 40 moves in 2 hours, 20 in 1 hour, All in 1 hour

Index of Columns :

B= Number of rated opponents.(N)
C= Points scored against rated opponents.(W)
D= Average of rated opponents.(Rc). Not printed if B<4 and player is unrated.
E= Score expectation against rated opponents only.(We)
F= Actual game score less Expected score rated players).(W–We).


Bulletin Report by Stewart Reuben

It was a deliberate policy on my part this year to concentrate invitations on British players. Deep in a recession as we are, it seems only logical to direct our resources toward our own players. Last year the approximate cost of the air-fare Moscow-London return was about £25 in roubles. Now it is about ten times that. Thus we had a diminished number of players from the 15 Republics. In all it is not surprising that there were 20 fewer entries than last year, although we had expected the numbers to be swelled by male players seeking the new 2005 ratings.

The Catford Masters that followed also didn’t seem to attract a huge throng of unrated players. One must assume that the lust for international ratings among the players rated 160+ has not yet taken off.

There was an excellent response to our photocalls from the press. About a dozen photographers from the nationals turned up at the event, but practically nothing was actually published. This was probably due to the competition from the World Draughts Championship taking place at our old hunting ground, the Park Lane Hotel. Also, the players obstinately refused to lose to 5-year-olds or dogs, so that the main stories were of strong players justifying their reputation. That's no way to get into a British newspaper! Additionally the Fischer-Spassky match attracted a great deal of attention.

Jon Speelman continued the mighty tradition that nobody has ever won the Lloyds Bank Masters twice in its 16-year history. He has had a very bad year so that it is extremely heartening to see him sink his teeth into an event, lead from the start and never let go. Jon's best results have generally been in strong closed tournaments, rather than the hurly-burly of open Swisses. Gennadi Timoshchenko virtually matched him point for point throughout most of the tournament and should be pleased to have shown he can compete with the best. His has been a chequered career. He gave up chess for a scientific career but found that, although science kept starvation from the mouth it only barely kept the wolf from the door in Soviet Russia. Later he spent a long time as one of Kasparov’s seconds rathering than furthering his own career.

Matthew Sadler confidently and quietly went about acquiring another grandmaster result in a most professional manner. We expect him to notch up another result and the title by the end of the year. James Howell secured his first GM norm. With so many British starters, it isn't surprising the lion's share of outstanding performance went our way. Andrew Hon completely revised the general view of his standard of play when he started out with wins over grandmasters in rounds two and three and went on to comfortably achieve an IM result. Graeme Buckley and James Poulton were a bit down in the dumps after they muffed their IM norms in the last round. They cheered up when I pointed [out] the new FIDE regulation where their title norms after the first 9 rounds count, even though they fell back in the last game. This means the Hastings Challengers will provide the most versatile tournament of all time for the achievement of title results, since it will be of 11 rounds.

This was the first time a number of tinies had played in this competition. Luke McShane finished with a creditable 4/10 but perhaps demonstrated that a more mature approach is needed to succeed against adults at a slow time limit. Adam Hunt and Nicholas Pert are, at 11, the youngest British players ever to achieve FIDE ratings. However, it is easier now than for Short or Adams as only a 2005+ result is necessary as against 2205 hitherto.

Let us hope that next year we will have to compete for space in the newspapers with publicity for the Short-Kasparov match.

Stewart Reuben


Roll of Honour
Lloyds Bank Champion Jon Speelman
Ladies Champion Susan Arkell
Junior Champion Matthew Sadler
Senior Champion David Bronstein
Family Champion Keith & Susan Arkell

GM Norms: James Howell, Matthew Sadler
IM Norms: Graeme Buckley, Andrew Harley, Andrew Hon, James Poulton, Alexander Volzhin
WIM Norm: Hanneka Van Parreren

Based on results at Lloyds Bank & known information on prior events the following should have ratings published in January 1993.

Ansner 2110
Connell 2210
Drakeford 2185
Eriksson 2335
Finn 2315
Foistor 2175
Gant 2305
Harakis 2280
Hardy 2100
Haslinger G 2305
Hinks-Edwards 2205
Hunt A 2170
Jakubovics 2310
James 2260
Kitchlew 2065
Mayers 2240
McHugh 2170
Pert N 2075
Quinn 2245
Roberts 2215
Salem 2300
Saunders 2255
Segall 2130
Stayt 2120
Vere 2185

The following obtained partial FIDE ratings

Ashby 6 x 2069
Blackwell 7 x 2221
Burke 4 x 2078
Donovan 8 x 2204
Flower 7 x 2209
Gaughan 4 x 2006
Larsson 7 x 2127
Mah 5 x 2031
McGettigan 7 x 2081
Ogasa 4 x 2012
Panachapagesan 6 x 2016
Redburn 7 x 2076
Sheldon 8 x 2021
Spice 7 x 2331
Stanton 6 x 2127
Wareing 5 x 2005


File Updated

Date Notes
11 July 2021 194 games posted on BritBase for the first time. The file consists of the 177 games from the bulletin, as published in the Big/Mega Databases, but with an extra 17 games, consisting of my own 10 efforts, plus a further 7 kindly contributed by Tony Corkett, for which many thanks. I've also applied corrections to the Big/Mega file, and added round numbers and dates.
22 July 2021 Now 204 games, with the addition of ten games played by Kevin Thurlow, for which many thanks.