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Season Reports

Articles and Reports for the season under the Editorship of Chris Millar
Ulster Championships 2008

Ulster Championships 2008

The Ulster Championships were held at the Europa Hotel over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

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Queen's Best of Irish at Euro Club Cup 2008

Queen's Best of Irish at Euro Club Cup 2008

Queen's University Belfast competed in this year's prestigious European Club Cup from October 16th to 24th in the Athos Palace Hotel of Kallithea, Greece.

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Five-way tie for Ulster Rapidplay title

The Ulster Rapidplay Championship was held as usual over the Christmas-New Year Holiday period at the Belfast Boat Club.

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Three-way tie in Williamson

First played in 1912, the Williamson Shield is second only in prestige to the Ulster Championship among UCU events.

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Vorsprung Durch Technik

Vorsprung Durch Technik

The internationally rated German Chris Cohrs (FIDE 2211) took to the QUB Chess stage on Monday February 2nd, as he took on all comers and all at once in the Students' Union. The SU's modern Enterprise Unit proved the perfect location for the German doctor to provide an impressive display and a first class evening of chess for all the participants.

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FM Colm Daly Wins QUB Rapid '09

FM Colm Daly Wins QUB Rapid '09

The QUB Rapid 2009 was much publicised as Northern Ireland’s richest ever one day chess event and may also be remembered as among its most incident rich. Few tournaments begin with the controller and top seed trapped in a lift for twenty minutes prior to kick off and culminate in a joyous trophy collection from an emotional Frenchman.

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Tom Clarke Memorial Grand Prix

The Grand Prix is a season long competition in which players gain points in all the weekend events played in Northern Ireland. The imposing and unusual trophy is presented in memory of one of Ulster's finest players, Tom Clarke.

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City of Belfast Championships 2009

Belfast Boat Club was the venue for the City of Belfast Championships, which comprised both an open tournament for the Nemtzov Cup and also the Henderson Cup for under-1600 players. Play took place over the 16-17 May weekend.

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QUB Blitz, Students' Union, 7 April 2009

This was the fourth in a series of relatively informal blitz events organised by QUB Chess Club President, Chris Millar.

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QUB Blitz, Students' Union, 8 June 2009

This was another in the series of blitz events organised by QUB Chess Club President, Chris Millar.

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Civil Service Tournaments

The summer-long play-as-you-go tournament at the Maynard Sinclair Pavilion ended on the final Wednesday of September

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News
Open Air Event 5: Groomsport Outdoor Blitz Championship - Saturday 26 September 2020 Another brilliant outdoor tournament run by Brendan Jamison. A 6 round blitz with 10 players. Sep 27, 2020
Outdoor Autumn Blitz Chess Championship at Stormont Estate, Belfast Another brilliant outdoor event was held on Saturday morning 19th Sept. 2020. Report by Tournament Organiser Brendan Ja... Sep 27, 2020
Reminder - UCU Board meeting 19th Sept 6:30pm on Zoom. Reminder - UCU Board meeting 19th Sept 6:30pm we are holding a virtual meeting due to the Covid Virus. See details for t... Sep 18, 2020
UCU Board extends UCU membership and Club affiliations With the unusual circumstances with Covid - the feeling with the Board is that indoors face to face chess is unlikely in... Sep 13, 2020
Ulster Chess Union proposal for this years AGM Ulster Chess Union proposal for this years AGM Sep 12, 2020
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