Mike O’Rorke v Geoffrey Gunawan (14-7-2020)
Round 4 of the Winter Cup played between Mike O’Rorke (white) and Geoffrey Gunawan (black). Time control was 90 + 30.
Brandon Holman v David Paul (14-7-2020)
Round 4 of the Winter Cup played between Brandon Holman (white) and David Paul (black). Time control was 90 + 30.
David Scott v Geoffrey Gunawan (30-6-2020)
Round 2 of the Winter Cup played under a 90 + 30 time format. Annotations by White.
Mark Summers v Liam Parkes (3-12-2019)
Round 11 of the Club Champs played 3 December 2019. Mark Summers wraps up the C Grade and the Gufeld Trophy for 2019 with this stylish attacking win in 17 moves.
Guy Burns v David Scott (19-11-2019)
This game is from Round 9 of the 2019 Club Championships played November 19, 2019 between David Scott (rating 1654) and Guy Burns (1684). Annotations by David Scott.
Brandon Holman v Gordon Lyall (22-10-2019)
This game is from Round 6 of the 2019 Club Championships played between Brandon Holman and Gordon Lyall, with annotations from Gordon.
David Paul v Gordon Lyall (13-8-2019)
The deciding game of the 2019 Winter Cup, David Paul is playing white against Gordon Lyall and plays a great game to seal top spot. (Annotations by Gordon Lyall).
David Paul v Guy Burns (30-7-2019)
Round 4 of the 2019 Winter Cup. An exciting game between David Paul & Guy Burns, with lots of tactical opportunities on both sides, and well annotated by Gordon Lyall.
Geoffrey Gunawan v Alistair McGowan (1-7-2019)
This game is from Round three of the 2019 Winter cup, played on 16 July 2019, under a 75 + 30 time format.
David Scott v Ross Jackson (17-7-2019)
This game is from Round 3 of the 2019 Winter Cup. The time format was 75 + 30.
Black enjoyed the edge for most of the game, and even missed a win at move 36, with Qd2. But his move 36 …g6 allowed White to double Black’s passed central pawns, to be back to near equality according to the engine. David’s 39. Re5 was a mistake (Rd1 is best), and put Black back into a winning position. But he manages to hang on, and Black’s 48…Ng2 gives back equality, at least for a few moves until White finally cracks on move 50, blundering his knight and resigning next move.