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Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Lothians Congress – Results

Live games broadcast online were available this weekend using the new Chess Scotland sensory boards. R1, R2, R3, R4, R5

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PRIZEWINNERS
 
Open  
1st Dmitriy Payada (Castlehill), 4/5, £150
   
2nd= Alan G Grant (Cathcart), FM Philip M Giulian (Giffnock), Andrew D Green (Edinburgh), Christopher Tweedie (Hamilton) & Jonathan I M Grant (Edinburgh West) , 3.5/5, £15 each 
   
Grading Prize Jonathan Edwards (Edinburgh University), 3/5, £50
   
Lothians Champion Andrew D Green (Edinburgh), Smerdon Cup Winner
   
Top 3 Lothian Residents Andrew D Green (Edinburgh), 3.5/5, £25, Jonathan I M Grant (Edinburgh West), 3.5/5, £25 & George Neave (Edinburgh West), 3/5. All three qualify for free entry to the East of Scotland Championship. 
   
Challengers 
1st= Alan J Birnie (Irvine) & James Doyle (Shettleston), 4/5, £90 each 
   
Grading Prize  Nigel Chapman (Bank of Scotland) & John McBride (Dunfermline), 3.5/5, £15 each 
   
Major  
1st= Kai Pannwitz (Inverness), Kiron Roy (Kinross), Sam Phillips (Bishopbriggs) & A Keith Aitchison (Edinburgh), 4/5, £45 each 
   
Grading Prize Murad Abdulla (Bon Accord), Charles Nisbet (Lasswade) & Stuart McKinney (Gorgie Dalry), 3/5, £10 each 
   
Minor  
1st David McDonald (Giffnock), 4.5/5, £120 
   
2nd= Mahir Abdulla (Bon Accord) & David Watson (Corstorphine), 4/5, £30 each 
   
Grading Prize 1 Bill Hepburn (Corstorphine), 3.5/5, £30 
   
Grading Prize 2 Ian Alexander (Corstorphine), 3.5/5, £30 
   
Junior Prize Stuart Wynne (Stonelaw HS Rutherglen), 3/5, £20 
   
Giant Killing Prize Aaron Gourlay (Perth) , Book 
   
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Posted on: 02-10-2011
Categories: News