We got back to winning ways against Greenford.
I didn’t stay to the end but from the sounds of it, particular interesting games on board 1 and 4.
On board 1 Andrew commented (this is pre any Fritz analysis): here
Jason held out K v. K, B and N. Jason was discussing the 50 move rule (a draw can be claimed if no capture is made and no pawn is moved for 50 consecutive moves), and it was getting quite uncertain as moves weren’t being recorded, but it turned out his opponent got confused on the time and thought he had 15 minutes more to come, so it ended in a draw. It may be worth club members knowing that apparently ticking moves isn’t enough to be able to enforce the 50 move rule.
|Ealing A||Rating||Result||Greenford A||Rating|
|Andrew Harley||2194||½-½||Leon Fincham||1858|
|John Quinn||2197||1-0||David White||1858|
|Chris Greenshields||2040||1-0||JJ Padam||1705|
|Jason Obihara||1783||½-½||Frank Zurstiege||1709|