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June 2022

Birthday of WIM Natasha Regan (12-vi-1971)

June 12
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WIM Natasha Regan, courtesy of John Upham Photography, King's Place Rapidplay, 2013

Birthday of WIM Natasha K Regan (12-vi-1971) From Amazon : "Natasha Regan was born in 1971 in London, the elder daughter of two Australian doctors. She studied Maths at Cambridge University, earned a half blue for chess, and edited the chess magazine "Dragon". She debuted in the English Women's chess Olympiad team in Manila, 1992." From Gambit Publications : "Natasha Regan is a Women's International Master from England who achieved a degree in mathematics from Cambridge University. While pursuing a…

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Birthday of GM Paul Motwani (13-vi-1962)

June 13
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GM Paul Motwani

FM Paul Motwani (See full caption in photograph below) Caption for photograph above BCN wishes GM Paul Motwani Happy Birthday (13-vi-1962) Here is his Wikipedia entry GM Paul Motwani has just played a brutal double check in the 1990 Scottish Lightning Championship. Photograph by Alistair Mulhearn Paul Motwani plays Bent Larsen at the 1990 Watson, Farley and Williams International Chess Challenge. The game was a 3.Lb5 sicilian which was drawn Paul Motwani during a simultaneous display GM Paul Motwani demonstrates…

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Birthday of FM Richard Lobo (14-vi-1955)

June 14
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Birthday of FM Richard Lobo (14-vi-1955)

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Birthday of FM Terry Chapman (19-vi-1956)

June 19
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FM Terence PD Chapman (19-vi-1956)

Birthday of FM Terence PD Chapman (19-vi-1956) Terry became a FIDE Master in 2013. His peak rating was 2331 in October 2013. The ever youthful Terry represents Barbican Youth in 4NCL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCYXV_dG2GA {[%evp 0,81,19,27,62,20,19,-13,-10,-25,-23,-23,13,12,24,23,23,-11,31,35,39,9, 28,23,19,-16,68,-23,60,41,26,70,52,52,52,31,32,36,46,-25,28,15,15,2,25,55,109, 32,37,-2,91,178,190,312,231,258,258,301,366,354,713,723,807,908,898,688,1598, 2270,28933,29982,29983,29980,29981,29982,29983,29984,29985,29986,29987,29988, 29989,29988,29989,29990]} 1. Nf3 c5 2. c4 Nc6 3. d4 (3. Nc3 Nd4) 3... cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 e6 6. a3 (6. Ndb5) (6. g3 Qb6 7. Nb3 Ne5 8. e4 Bb4 9. Qe2 d6 10. f4 Nc6 11. Be3 Bxc3+ 12.…

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Death Anniversary of Johannes Zukertort (07-ix-1842 20-vi-1888)

June 20
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Johannes Herman Zukertort (07-ix-1842 20-vi-1888)

BCN Remembers Johannes Hermann Zukertort (07-ix-1842 20-vi-1888) Johannes Hermann Zukertort (07-ix-1842 20-vi-1888), from the Illustrated London News From the July 2012 editorial in British Chess Magazine we had this report : "Johann Hermann Zukertort’s (1842-1888) grave was rededicated last month in London’s crowded Brompton Cemetery, largely thanks to an initiative led by Stuart Conquest. The resting place of one of the leading players of the nineteenth century was recorded but the grave had fallen into terrible dis-repair. See BCM 1888,…

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Death Anniversary of Howard Staunton (??-iv-1810 22-vi-1874)

June 22
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Howard Staunton

Here is his Wikipedia entry BCN remembers Howard Staunton (??-iv-1810 22-vi-1874) A curious article about Staunton From The Oxford Companion to Chess by Hooper and Whyld : The world's leading player in the 1840s, founder of a school of chess, promoter of the world’s first international chess tournament, chess columnist and author, Shakespearian scholar. Nothing is known for certain about Staunton's life before 1836, when his name appears as a subscriber to Greenwood Walkers Selection of Games at Chess ,…

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Death Anniversary of Alan Phillips (28-x-1923 24-vi-2009)

June 24
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Alan Phillips (riight) receives his prize from television celebrity and magician David Nixon for his equal second placing at the 1973 Islington Open, photographer unknown

BCN remembers Alan Phillips (28-x-1923 24-vi-2009) Here is his far too brief Wikipedia entry From Chessgames.com : "Alan Phillips, joint British Champion in 1954, was born in England in 1923. He was the author of Chess: 60 Years on with Caissa and Friends (Caissa Editions, 2003) and The Chess Teacher (Cadogan, 1995)." Here is an item from the Shropshire Chess web site Here is Alan Phillips autobiography from his own book, Chess: Sixty years on with Caissa & Friends "Born…

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Death Anniversary of Marmaduke Wyvill (22-xii-1815 25-vi-1896)

June 25
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Marmaduke Wyvill

Remembering Marmaduke Wyvill (22-xii-1815 25-vi-1896) Here is his Wikipedia entry Here is an excellent article from the Yorkshire Chess History web site. From The Oxford Companion to Chess by Hooper & Whyld : He was winner of second prize in the first international tournament, London 1851. He developed his chess skill in the 1840s, meeting Dubois in Rome, Kieseritzky in Paris, and many players, including Buckle, in London, His style was that of the English school, and he understood well…

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Birthday of IM Byron Anthony Jacobs (25-vi-1963)

June 25
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IM Byron Jacobs BCN wishes Happy Birthday to IM Byron Anthony Jacobs (25-vi-1963) Byron originates from Sir John Betjeman's favourite town (Slough) and attended Slough Grammar and then The University of Sussex (Falmer). He was Standard London under-16 champion in 1979. He was 3rd= in the 1982 Danish U-18 International. He was 3rd= in the 1988 Guernsey Open. His last recorded event in Megabase 2020 was in 1998. Byron became a FIDE Master in 1983 and an International Master and…

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Birthday of FM Bernard Cafferty (27-vi-1934)

June 27
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FM Bernard Cafferty, Hastings Congress 2013-14, courtesy of John Upham Photography

BCN wishes FIDE Master Bernard Cafferty best wishes on his 87th birthday, June 27th in 1934. Bernard Cafferty, location, date and photographer unknown On 14th December, 1968, Bernard gave a simultaneous exhibition held at Anglesey School, Burton. He played 17, won 16 and lost 1 to Trevor Bould who was already Burton Champion, photograph from http://www.derbyshirechess.btck.co.uk/History/Exhibitions, photographer unknown Bernard was born in Blackburn, Lancashire (his mother's maiden name was Croft) migrating to Birmingham and now resides in Hastings, East Sussex…

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