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Chess has finished for 2016. We celebrated with Prizegiving on 20 December. Photos can be found Here.
Chess resumes Tuesday February 7—see you then!

Prize Giving on 20 December; a time to bring a plate and more importantly your friends, partners and family!

Club Champs are now over.
Congratulations go to David Paul—A Grade, Sean Doyle—B Grade and Rose Kingston—C Grade.
Don’t forget Prize Giving on 20 December; a time to bring a plate and more importantly your friends, partners and family!

One more round of the Club Champs and play’s all over for year.
Results are tight—David Paul leads the A Grade by one point ahead of Lars Dobbertin-King and Ross Jackson. Rick Lowe is half a point ahead of Sean Doyle in the B Grade. C Grade sees Rose Kingston half a point ahead of Paul Benefield.
Don’t forget Prize Giving on 20 December; a time to bring a plate and more importantly your friends, partners and family!

Lars Dobbertin-King is still unbeaten in the 2nd Series of our Club Champs—only half a point behind leader David Paul. Unfortunately Lars will miss the final night of play, thereby making it hard to dislodge David from the lead in Kapiti Chess Club’s ultimate Trophy.

Alan Winfield v Lars Dobbertin-King (22-11-2016)

2016 Club Championship game. Result 0-1.

David Paul v Ross Jackson 22-11-2016)

2016 Club Championship game. Result 1-0.

Lars Dobbertin-King continues his unbroken run in the 2nd Series of our Club Champs with an upset win over David Paul. This win has upset the apple-cart for David; he is now only half a point in front of Alan Winfield and one point ahead of Lars—exciting stuff!
Game can be viewed Here

Lars Dobbertin-King vs. David Paul (15-11-2016)

Game played 15/11/16, in round 4, series 2 of the Club Championships. Tournament front-runner David lost to series front-runner Lars in a close game, full of missed opportunities. Result 1-0 by resignation.

Lars Dobbertin-King continues to lead series 2 of the Club Champs, but David Paul continues his slide into the lead for the complete event—now one and a half points clear of the field. With four rounds to go it will be difficult to reign him in….

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