Category Archives: The Scotch Game

Horsham Club Quickplay Knockout 2018-19: Mansson – Rogers

As I had a bye in round two, my next tie in the Quickplay Knockout was in round three, where I took on one of our newer members, Joe Rogers. I managed to win the match comfortably 2-0, taking me … Continue reading

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County Match (Open) 2016-17: Sussex – Surrey

Sussex ended up scoring a comfortable win against Surrey in their most recent match. My contribution was an easy draw as Black against a strong opponent. He played the double-edged Goering Gambit as White, but was unable to show anything … Continue reading

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Horsham Club Championship 2016-17: Mansson – Marshall

I won my second game in the Rook against John Marshall at the start of October. I managed to secure an edge out of the opening, and gradually build up my position. In a difficult position, my opponent cracked and … Continue reading

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Horsham Club Quickplay Knockout 2016-17: Mansson – Taylor

The second round of the quickplay saw me up against Paul Taylor. Paul is a tricky but erratic player, and while I have generally done well against him, I have suffered a few defeats too. In the first game, Paul … Continue reading

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Mid-Sussex League Division 1 2015-16: Horsham 1 – Horsham 2

As both Horsham 1 and Horsham 2 are in division one, their first match of the season was against each other. The teams are closely matched, so I was up against a tough opponent in Paul Taylor. The game did … Continue reading

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Horsham Club Quickplay Knockout 2010-11: Mansson – Taylor

Following my brief encounter against John Cannon, I took the chance to play my Quickplay Knockout match against Paul Taylor. A couple of complex games saw me progress further.

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