Eurotrip, Part One

Last Fall I took a trip to Europe for a variety of odd reasons.  While there I played in three English chess tournaments: one in High Wycombe (about 30 miles northwest of London), another in Guernsey (an Island in the English Channel), and finally a relatively large one (9 rounds!) near the London/Gatwick Airport.  This was, in retrospect, an awful lot of chess for one month, especially considering that I average about one halfway sizeable (more than four rounds) tournament in America every four years or so.

Anyhow, below are links to all five annotated games of mine from the tournament in High Wycombe. I managed to go 4-1 (good for third place) and the games themselves were halfway decent/interesting, though my horrific blunder vs. GM Wells reminds me how bad at chess I can be when I really set my mind to it.

EDIT: Oops, the links below are now broken.  I'll try and fix them in a bit.  Sorry.

EDIT EDIT: Links work again!

Round One (Bennett - Chernoff)

Round Two (Chernoff - Grattage)

Round Three (GM Wells - Chernoff)

Round Four (Chernoff - Hegarty)

Round Five (Merry - Chernoff)


  • 5 years ago

    NM GargleBlaster

    Yup, asked the staff, hopefully can recover material from before my facebook account merged with this one.

  • 5 years ago


    Just looked at the links and for some reason they seem to have been deleted. (they should be in here) I think its a problem you should ask staff about.

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