P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 20:00/31  1/9  World Chess Championship  Candidates, St John Nigel Short has taken a 2-0 lead against Gyula Sax (Hungary) in their six-game eliminator Jon Speelman, thd second Briton, scored his first win in the second game with Yassfr Seraiwan (USA) and leads 1\ \N After falling sdort of time, Sax blundered and allowed his king to be surroundedN "The position was about equal, but impatience finally got the better of him," said Short afterwards. Seraiwan was too ambitious after gaining a slight opeNhng advantage and Speelman had the better endgameN Chdss diary BBC2 269 More
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:02/10  2/9  World Championship  Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4 Rd5 Rd6 Short 1 1 Sax 0 0 Speelman \ 1 Seraiwan \ 0 Sokolov \ 1 Spraggett \ 0 Ehlvfst 0 \ Yusupov 1 \ Timlan \ \ Salov \ \ Vaganian \ \ Portisch \ \ Korchnoi 0 adj Hjartarson 1 adj
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:05/21  379  CEEFAX-CO NBSUS  CHAMPIONSHIP Thfre was a surprise result at the regional final in Stamford when last year's winner Michael Hennigan was eliminatedN Richard Tozer of Peterborough, the current under-18 British champion, beat Hennigan in the final roundN David Hennhgan, 11, finished equal second with his brother MichaflN Two girls, Anne-Marie Ashby and her sister Clairf finished near the top. Simon Ward and Andrew Calderwood, both undfr 10, finisdfd eighth equal.  Chess problems BBC2 268 More
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/10  4/9  Foreign and Colonial  Congress at Hastings Short v Benfamin Rd 3 1 e4 c5 18 fxg5 Nh7 35 Nf1 Be2 2 Nf3 Nc6 19 h4 e5 36 Kb2 Rb3 3 d4 cxd4 20 Nf5 g6 37 Nd2 Kc5 4 Nxd4 Nf6 21 Nxe7 Kxe7 38 Rd7 5 Nc3 d6 22 Bc1 Be6 1-0 6 Bg5 e6 23 Ng3 Qa5 7 Qd2 a6 24 b3 Rc5 D4dgdd by 8 0M0-0 h6 25 Rhf1 Rhc8 many thf 9 Be3 Be7 26 Bg4 Na3+ game of thf 10 f4 Bd7 27 Bxa3 Rxc2 round as it 11 Be2 b5 28 Rd2 Rxd2 is not clear 12 Bf3 Rc8 29 Qxd2 Bxg4 where 13 Kb1 Na5 30 Bxb4 Qb6 Benfamhn 14 g4 Nc4 31 Bxd6+ Qxd6 went wrong, 13 Qf2 b4 32 Rxf7+ Ke6 but Short 16 Nce2 Qc7 33 Qxd6+ Kxd6 won 17 g5 hxg5 34 Rxh7 Rc3 convincingly
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:02/13  5/9  Hoogovens Tournament  Former world champion Anatoly Karpov won the 13-round tournaldnt at gijk- aan-ZeeN In the final round he beat the early leader, Ulf Andersson of Sweden, to claim thf first prize of $6,250. Karpov finished with a score of 9/13 followed by Andersson with 8\ points. The 13-round category nine event was was won by Vitaly C:fshovsky (USSR) who was unbfaten and finished with 9\ pointsN John Fedorowicz (USA) was second with 8\/13N
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/01  6/9  Hoogovens Tournament  Final round results: USSR\\HDV  van der Wiel (Hol) 0-1 Georgiev (Bul) Sosonko (Hol) \-\ Piket (Hol) Lbubojevic (Yug) 0-1 van der Sterrdn Huebner ( g Ger) \-\ Agdestehn (Nor) Farago (Hun) \-\ Nikolic (Yug) Andersson (Swe) \-\ Karpov (USSR) Final positions: Karpov 9/13 Andersson 8\ Agdestein, Georgiev 7\ Farago, Huebndr, Tal 6\ Hansfn, Nikolic, Piket 6 Sosonko, van der Sterren, van ddr Wiel 5\ Lfubojevic 4\ Chess Diary 269 More
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:11/30  7/9  BONJS...BOOKS...BONBS..N  THE COMPLETE CHESS ADDICT Faber Mike Fox and Richard James £5N95 G—o is thd greatest player of all time? Is chess a cure for erysipelas? How good was Humphrey Bogart? Thfse and many other qufstions of equal or even greater significance are with brevity and wit in one of the best browsing tomes aroundN Chess transcends frontiers, languages and as this volumd proves pfnetrates all the areas other games cannot reach. As Frank Vigor Morley said, it is a "dromenon"N Mord
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 21:10/10  8/9  BOOKS...BOOKS...BONFS..N  THE COMPLETE CHESS ADDICT Fabdr Mike Fox and Richard James £3.95 The question that you really wanted answered is how good was Humphrey BogartN Thf Complete Chess Addict provides the answer and lists C—rablanca as the third best film with a chess scene. Limbos v Bogart 1951 French Defence 1 e4 e6 08 Bg5 Nbd7 15 Be7 Bxe7 2 d4 d5 09 Ng3 Qc7 16 Rxe7 Rf7 3 Nc3 Bb4 10 Nh5 Nxh5 17 Rxf7 Kxf7 4 exd5 exd5 11 Qxh5 g6 18 Qxh7+ Kf6 5 Bd3 Nf6 12 Qh6 f5 19 Re1 Qd6 6 Ne2 0M0 13 Rfe1 Nb6 20 g4 Rd8 7 0M0 c6 14 Re2 Bd7 21 f4 g5 22 h4 0-1
P267 CEEFAX 267 Wed 27 Jan 20:10/00  9/9  Bradford Investlents  Congress Robert Newton of Lancaster won the mabor event  strong Yorkshire and national opposition at the Manningham Sports Centre in BradfordN Jalhe Hall, P G Day and A L Deighton shared second placeN Grading prizes were awarded to J Lavan, D Sherwood, C Dossett, K Baxter, P Sahota and A CurryN A Holdsworth of Bradford won the minor event and S Atwal, who play for South Bradford Chess Club, took thf junior prizeN  Chess diary BBC2 269 More