Knockout 2018 (updated)
Knockout 2018 Forest Hall teams shown in red type, winning teams are underlined. ROUND 1 Forest Hall A 4 – 3½ Gosforth D Morpeth C 3 – 3½ Forest Hall B Forest Hall C 4½ – 2 Gosforth B Gosforth C 3 – 2½ Forest Hall D Tynemouth D 3½ – […]
About Forest Hall Chess Club
Club Nights. Forest Hall Chess Club meets every Friday evening, all year round at Forest Hall Ex-Servicemen’s Institute. Crescent Way North. Forest Hall. Newcastle upon Tyne. NE12 9AR. Junior Club (organised and friendly chess, plus tuition, for children aged of all ages up to 17) 5.15pm-7.15pm. Full Chess Club (organised […]
Northumbria Masters Photos
Photos taken on Sunday 18th February during the final round of the Northumbria Masters at The Chillingham in Newcastle.
David vs Goliath?
David vs Goliath? Leam Lane Bullets 1½ – 3½ Forest Hall Ensigns (Tuesday November 7, 2017) Match report by Ian Rook (Captain of Forest Hall Ensigns) I’m not sure what I was looking forward to least, finding the venue through the rabbit warren of side streets (even if I was […]
Puzzles E and F
Puzzle E. Black to play and win. Puzzle F. Black to play and win.
Knockout Competition Results (completed)
Knockout Competition Results 2017 Round 1 Leam Lane 2 – 4½ Forest Hall G Forest Hall E 2½ – 4 v Morpeth B Forest Hall C 2 – 2 Gosforth C (Gosforth C win due to lower total grade) Gosforth D 1½ – 4 Forest Hall D Jesmond 4 – 3½ Forest Hall F […]
Puzzles C and D
Puzzle C. White to play and win. Puzzle D. White to play and win
British Chess Championships 2017
Yichen Han has won the Under 11 section of the British Chess Championships in Llandudno with a 100% score of 7/7. Under 11 Prizewinners 1st: Yichen Han (Forest Hall) 7/7 2nd: Logan Fear (Homefield Prep) 5½/7 3rd= Adam Hussein (Carrick), Andrew Kirby (Crowthorne) 5/7 3rd= and best girl Anum Sheikh […]
Delancey UK Chess Challenge: Northern Gigafinal 2017
Northern Gigafinal: Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th July 2017 in Manchester Under 9 Boys winner Yichen Han (6/6). Under 15 Boys winner Zheming Zhang (5.5/6).
Puzzles A and B
Puzzle 1 Easy White to play has several good moves. Which is the best? Puzzle 2 Harder White to play has a very good position. How can he make it even better? Try to work out White and Black’s next two moves each.