I play online chess against people from around the world mainly on the Internet Chess Club, an example is of an online 12 and a 6 match series of 100 minute 30 second increment games against a top junior of the USA who has beaten a GM on ICC in a Simultaneous, he is rated about 174 ecf on the ICC rating system-he won as shown below and the individual games can be found here.

Online 12 match series 100 30  2014

 

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Zhbugnoimt

1919

0

1

1

1

0

1

1

1

-

-

7.0/10

2

Llewellyn,Alan

1658

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

-

-

3.0/10

Second Online 6 match series 100 30  2014

 

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Zhbugnoimt

1919

1

1

1

1

-

-

4.0/4

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Llewellyn,Alan

1658

0

0

0

0

-

-

0.0/4

the games of the second series which he ran away with can be found here.


In another experience against youth challenge I challenged Nitish Das, an extremely promising Indian chess prodigy like the american prodigy, I challenged him on Internet Chess Club to a 12 match series of 90 30 games. I got totally blown away which is not surprising as he has close to a 190 to 200 ecf rating on ICC and the games are here. The results are below:-

Third Online 12 match series 90 30  2015

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Das, Nitish

2122

1

1

1

1

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

6.5/7

2

Llewellyn,Alan

1568

0

0

0

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

-

0.5/7


In yet another experience vs youth challenge I challenged a 14 year old from America to a three x 6 match series of 90 30 games on the Internet Chess Club, his rating doesn't reflect his ability, he is really a 105 ecf player at least. The games, from the first series, can be seen here. The results are below:-

Fourth Online 6 match series 90 30  2015

 

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LifeWithoutChes

1184

0

0

0

-

-

0.5/4

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Llewellyn,Alan

1584

1

1

1

-

-

3.5/4

Fifth Online 6 match series 90 30  2015

 

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LifeWithoutChes

1184

0

0

0

-

-

0.5/4

2

Llewellyn,Alan

1598

1

1

1

-

-

3.5/4

the games of the second series against LifeWithoutChes (the fifth in all) can be found here.

Sixth Online 6 match series 45 0  2015

 

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LifeWithoutChes

1307

0

1

0

0

-

1.5/5

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Llewellyn,Alan

1539

1

0

1

1

-

3.5/5

the games of the third series against LifeWithoutChes (the sixth in all) can be found here.

An analysis game of Blitz where my young opponent shows what he is capable of doing, with a brilliant attack, ie with LifeWithoutChes is included here


I played a one-off match with old handle- Grunts off the internet Chess Club, he is an extremely talented (he paid me to say that) more mature player from southern England.

One-Off 12 Match Series 60 10 2015

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Clark,Nicholaus

1576

1

0

1

0

1

-

-

-

- -

-

3.5/6

Llewellyn,Alan

1534

0

1

0

1

0

-

-

-

- -

-

2.5/6

the games of the above match with Nick can be seen here.


2016 ICC Grand Prix

 Grand Prix -->>Match Results

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final points 

tb1: -defaults tb3: wins tb4: black wins Final pos

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Miller,Nathan

1601

x

6.0

x

x

5.5

def

0

11.5/36

11.5 8 6 3rd

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LifeWithoutChes

1365

x

x

1.0

1.0

x

6.5

+3

11.5/36

8.5 7 4 4th(on tie-break)

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Harkins,William

1764

6.5

6.0

x

7.0

x

x

+4

23.5/36

19.5 15 8 1st

4

Llewellyn,Alan

1554

5.5

x

7.0

x

5.5

x

+5

23.0/36

18.0 16 7 2nd

results in green are completed matches.

Individual match results and all the games can be seen here.

the total points scored in each match out of 12 games played are totaled for the three matches and this gives the Grand Prix score to give an overall champion.

Note-If the winning margin of 6.5 is reached the remainder of the games are defaulted and awarded to the winner of the match.

Tie- break 1:score without defaults 2:match results against someone on same score 3:number of wins in the series 4:number of wins as Black in series

William Harkins is the winner


2016 ICC Grand Prix event 2

 Grand Prix -->>Match Results

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final points 

tb1: -defaults tb3: wins tb4: black wins Final pos

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LifeWithoutChes

1400

3.5 

xx

xx

4.5

1.5

xx

0 9.5/36 9.5 8 2 4th

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Harkins,William

1764

xx

6.0

6.0

xx

6.5

xx

+4 22.5/36 18.5 14 7 1st
3 Darshanmk46 1333 6.5 xx 6.0 xx xx 5.5 +2 20.0/36 18.0 15  4 3rd(on tie-break)

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Llewellyn,Alan

1554

xx

6.0

xx

6.5

xx

6.5

+1 20.0/36 19.0 16 8 2nd

results in green are completed matches.

Individual match results and all the games can be seen here.

the total points scored in each match out of 12 games played are totaled for the three matches and this gives the Grand Prix score to give an overall champion.

Note-If the winning margin of 6.5 is reached the remainder of the games are defaulted and awarded to the winner of the match.

Tie- break 1:score without defaults 2:match results against someone on same score 3:number of wins in the series 4:number of wins as Black in series

William Harkins is the winner yet again


In the Summer of 2016 Myself and Andrew(LifeWithoutChes) decided to play a 45 minute 12 game Match while we were waiting for people to finish their grand prix matches and while Andrew was off school in the holidays the results of this match can be seen below:-

 

One-Off 12 Match Series (TC:45 0) 2016

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LifeWithoutChes

1400

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

6.0/12

Llewellyn,Alan

1534

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0

0

1

0

0

1

1

1

1 0

0

6.0/12

the games of the above match with Andrew(LifeWithoutChes) can be seen here.

A couple of humdinger battles that Andrew has won, against an International master and grandmaster players, at blitz are included here.


Match 1(from discontinued division 1 of grand prix)

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Innes,David

c1700

1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 6.0/12

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Llewellyn,Alan

1455

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 6.0/12

the games from INNES(David) vs CAP78RED(Alan) can be seen here.

Match 2(from discontinued divsion 1 of grand prix)

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Wood,Brian

c1650

0 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0/2

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Chen,Brian

c1340

1 0 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0/2

the games from BRIANWOOD(Brian) vs ELECTRONDX(Chen,Brian) match can be seen here.


The grand prix 2016-2017 event 3 has changed to a junior/adult knock out competition of 3 rounds (see below):-

match1 games - match 2 games - match3 games - matchA games - matchB games - Final games   (Note Time control is 60 10).


2017 ICC Grand Prix event 4

 Grand Prix -->>Match Results

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final points 

tb1: -defaults tb3: wins tb4: black wins Final pos

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Kronus

1900

7.0

xx xxxx

7.0

xx

1.0

xx

xx

5.5

+5 25.5/41 20.5 19 8 2nd seed

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Boger,John

1550

xx 1.0 3.0 xx

0.0

xx

xxxx

2.0

xx

0 6.0/48 6.0 5 2 4th seed
3 DarshuKarpov

1750

5.0 xx xx 1.0 xxxx xx 2.0 7.0 xx +3 20.0/38 17.0 16 7 3rd seed

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Llewellyn,Alan

1550

xxxx 7.0 xx

xx

1.5

xx

7.0

xx

6.5

+5 27.0/48 22.0 20 11 4th seed

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NitishDas

2100

xx 7.0 xx 1.0

xx

6.5

6.0

xx

xxxx

+8 28.5/33 20.5 20 8 1st seed

results in green are completed matches.

Individual match results and all the games can be seen here.

the total points scored in each match out of 12 games played are totaled for the four matches and this gives the Grand Prix score to give an overall champion.

Note-If the winning margin of 6.5 is reached the remainder of the games are defaulted and awarded to the winner of the match.

Tie- break 1:score without defaults 2:match results against someone on same score 3:number of wins in the series 4:number of wins as Black in series.

Another two humdingers 1- battle that Andrew(Kronus) has almost won, against an International master level computer which lasted a few hours and a win against what is rumoured to be the great Garry Kasparov in a Simultaneous are included here.


2017 South Lakes Training Match

 

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Kronus

1919

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2.0/4

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Llewellyn,Alan

1658

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2.0/4

the games of this match against Kronus (for me to prepare for the 2017 South Lakes Congress) can be found here.


2017 Training Junior 30 0 games

A series of matches were played between a promising junior Internet Chess Club Handle=Kronus(Andrew) a 16 year old protege from America, and a Grandmaster Tournament winning International Master Visakh N Rajeswari a famous Indian junior the other will be between Dashanmk96 another promising junior protege (who has something like a 85% record in the serious team long games on ICC) and he will also play Visakh in a similar training game.

The games are analysed and are included here.