After the passing of Andris in 2015, the club records were given to Robert Cyr. Division of GRT Record Group. Chess Club Web Site links: Containing links to our favourite Chess Club Web Sites and Links featuring artist information, news, picture galleries, lyrics, discographies, shopping, and much more. in Shulman–Marin, Reykjavík Open 2009. 4. iowa6. . 1931) played a two-game match against GM Wolfgang Uhlmann (b.1935). Leonard and Phil Chess, two Polish born immigrants, founded Chess Records the pre-eminent Blues label of the 50s and 60s.Eventually they created a monopoly of Chicago music recording, doing sessions and releasing recordings by every major blues performer from John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, "King of the Slide Guitar," to Bo Diddley through Jimmy Reed, Chuck Berry and everyone in between. Chess Club Label music on CD, MP3 and Vinyl available at Juno Records. If disputed world champions are included, then Garry Kasparov, Korchnoi, and Beliavsky share the record at 11. A second round was played 2 days later with colors reversed. We have password protection on the business laptop and phone. If the tournament officials (unlike those at Graz and Lishui) do not object, a game may even be agreed drawn without a single move being played. Chess Club Records's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. As no active threats were reported recently by users, chessclub-records.co.uk is SAFE to browse. . "He was the only one who came up to see me. The highest percentage score at an Interzonal was 82.5% (16½ points out of 20 games), scored by Alexander Kotov at the 1952 Stockholm Interzonal. 3. buzdovan. Some of the artists we worked with early on were the right ones... we haven't looked back since.". List and review the concerts you've attended, and track upcoming shows. "Sometimes you just want your own bedroom and your own space and that's Chess Club. [2][39] Filipowicz–Smederevac, Polanica Zdroj 1966, was drawn in 70 moves under the fifty-move rule, without any piece or pawn having been captured. It just works. Indonesia crashed plane's 'black boxes' located, 'Kind' pilot and newly-weds among air crash missing, Looking for answers in the life of a killer, The 'ghetto president' aiming for the real thing, UK leading the way in use of language-learning apps, .css-q4by3k-IconContainer{display:none;height:1em;width:1em;vertical-align:-0.125em;margin-right:0.25em;}Robot used for lockdown couple marriage proposal. [115], In 1922, José Raúl Capablanca, the recently crowned World Champion, played 103 opponents simultaneously in Cleveland. Keres defeated every world champion from Capablanca (3rd) to Fischer (11th): Korchnoi defeated every world champion from Botvinnik (6th) to Kasparov (13th), and also Carlsen (16th): Botvinnik, Smyslov, Tal, Petrosian, Spassky, Fischer. It's the best of both worlds.". After the passing of Mr. Strazdins in 2007, Andris Strazdins, longtime treasurer, kept the club records at his house until his passing in 2015. [120][121][122][123], The record for the most games played in a blindfold simultaneous exhibition is 48, set by Timur Gareyev in December 2016, when he played 48 opponents over 20 hours, scoring 35 wins, 7 draws and 6 losses. 17 year-old Alfie Templeman first burst onto the scene in late 2018 with the release of his debut EP “Like An Animal” via Chess Club Records. chessclub-records.co.uk 254,705. It includes three wins in the Norwegian Chess League against opponents rated more than 500 Elo points lower, which Carlsen prefers not to count.[101]. [42], 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0-0 Be7 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 d6 8.c3 Na5 9.Bc2 c5 10.d4 Qc7 11.h3 0-0 12.Nbd2 Bd7 13.Nf1 Nc6 14.d5 Nd8 15.g4 Ne8 16.Ng3 g6 17.Kh2 Ng7 18.Rg1 f6 19.Be3 Nf7 20.Rg2 Kh8 21.Qd2 Qc8 22.Rh1 Rg8 23.Rhg1 a5 24.Kh1 b4 25.c4 a4 26.Bd3 Qa6 27.Qe2 Raf8 28.Nd2 Qc8 29.f3 Ne8 30.Ndf1 Kg7 31.Bc1 h6 32.Ne3 Kh7 33.Rh2 Nh8 34.h4 Rf7 35.Nd1 Bf8 36.Nf2 Bg7 37.f4 Bf8 38.Qf3 Qd8 39.Nh3 Qe7 (diagram) 40.g5 Bxh3 41.f5 hxg5 42.hxg5 Rgg7 43.Rxh3+ Kg8 44.fxg6 Rxg6 45.Nf5 Qd7 46.Rg2 fxg5 47.Rgh2 Bg7 48.Rxh8+ Bxh8 49.Qh5 Rff6 50.Qxh8+ Kf7 51.Rh7+ Ng7 52.Rxg7+ Rxg7 53.Qxg7+ 1–0[43], In the final position of G. Chandler–R. chessclub-records.co.uk is 1 decade 6 years old. That changed in 2011 when Sony Music showed interest in Chess Club. [1][2] At the time this game was played, FIDE had modified the fifty-move rule to allow 100 moves to be played without a piece being captured in a rook and bishop versus rook endgame, the situation in Nikolić versus Arsović. They agreed to a draw without play at the 2009 Zhejiang Lishui Xingqiu Cup International Open Chess Tournament held in Lishui, Zhejiang Province, China. Panno was not present when the game was to begin. Guaranteed fast delivery and low prices. Kynoch, Edinburgh Club Championship 1981,[44] White's knight on f6 administered checkmate with three black pieces capable of capturing it, except that all three could not do so because they were pinned against Black's king. [30][31], As mentioned above, Fischer (in 1972) and Kramnik (in 2006) each forfeited a world championship game without playing any moves. Chess Club, the London-born independent label founded in 2007 and responsible for pressing the first releases by the likes of Wolf Alice, Jungle, Sundara Karma, Mumford & Sons and MØ, is entering a new era in its illustrious 12-year history.. [41], In the decisive game Yates–Znosko-Borovsky, Tunbridge Wells 1927, the first capture occurred on move 40. The author was Rev. 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Other than those unplayed games, the shortest game in a world championship was the 21st match game in the World Chess Championship 1963 between Mikhail Botvinnik and Tigran Petrosian. I live in Yorkshire. "We had some success stories coming through but we'd do a few releases then major labels would swoop in and sign them once we'd done all the development. [7], The fewest moves required to deliver checkmate in chess is two, in what is known as Fool's mate (1.g4 e5 2.f3?? Once they leave junior school, the chess club records are moved to archive filing, and are shredded periodically. [96], Wilhelm Steinitz won his last 16 games at Vienna 1873, including a two-game playoff against Joseph Henry Blackburne at the end. [111][112], On July 28, 2012, Awonder Liang, aged 9 years, 3 months, and 20 days, beat Grandmaster Larry Kaufman in the Washington International tournament. Paul Morphy also gave an impressive exhibition. If draws are included, Korchnoi beat or drew 11 undisputed world chess champions in a row in classical games (he had draws against Anand and Kramnik) and all 4 disputed world champions (draws against Khalifman and Kasimdzhanov) – that is, every one since Alekhine's death in 1946. See who dominates the club and try to be the best! The Best Theoretical Novelties contains the games with the ten highest-ranked theoretical novelties (TNs) that appeared in each of Volumes 11 through 110 of Chess Informant. One of the acts Will aims to have "a long and special career" with Chess Club is 18-year-old singer-songwriter Billie Marten. In the end Keckeisen, facing imminent checkmate, resigned. [107] Magnus Carlsen's biggest lead was 74 points in October 2013. However, the arbiters insisted that some moves be played, so the players played the following ridiculous game: 1.c4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6 3.Ng1 Bg7 4.Qa4 0-0 5.Qxd7 Qxd7 6.g4 Qxd2+ 7.Kxd2 Nxg4 8.b4 a5 9.a4 Bxa1 10.Bb2 Nc6 11.Bh8 Bg7 12.h4 axb4 (draw agreed). In rapid time control, GM Victor Korchnoi played a four-game rapid match against GM Mark Taimanov (b.1926) in November 2015. [100] The streak consists of 42 wins and 83 draws. 1107. Illowa Chess Club Illowa Chess Club Illowa Chess Club. [2][23][24] This was repeated in Vassallo–Gamundi, Salamanca 1998. In 2014, GM Victor Korchnoi (b. Will explains: "They said, 'We want to help you make it bigger so you don't have to leave acts.'. .css-1xgx53b-Link{font-family:ReithSans,Helvetica,Arial,freesans,sans-serif;font-weight:700;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;color:#FFFFFF;}.css-1xgx53b-Link:hover,.css-1xgx53b-Link:focus{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}Read about our approach to external linking. FIDE has since rescinded that modification to the rule. © 2021 BBC. [27][28], A game may be drawn by mutual agreement in any number of moves. The largest margin of victory was achieved by Bobby Fischer, who won the Palma de Mallorca Interzonal in 1970 with 18½ points out of 23 games, 3½ points ahead of second-place finishers Bent Larsen, Efim Geller and Robert Hübner. It was nice and it was noticeable.". The combined age of the two players was 162 years, which is almost certainly a record for a standard time control match between Grandmasters. Qxd5+ Qf7 33. In the Candidates Match final, Fischer beat former World Champion Tigran Petrosian in the first game before Petrosian snapped the streak by winning the second match game. [113], In the aforementioned rapid match in November 2015 between Mark Taimanov and Viktor Korchnoi, Taimanov was approximately 89 years and 9 months old when he won one of the match games against Korchnoi. [32] The shortest decisive, non-forfeited world championship game occurred between Viswanathan Anand and Boris Gelfand in game 8 of the World Chess Championship 2012. Make sure to send a screenshot proving your record though or it will not count. )[22], The shortest decisive tournament game that was decided because of the position on the board (i.e. At the time this game was played, FIDE had modified the fifty-move rule to allow 100 moves to be played without a piece being captured in a rook and bishop versus rook endgame, the situation in Nikolić versus Arsović. (StreetView Map) EK Chess Club meets on Thursday evenings from 7:30 - 10:30pm in the Murray Owen Centre, 1 Liddell Grove, The Murray, East Kilbride, G75 9AD. Some notable examples are: Perfect scores were achieved in matches by: William Lombardy is the only player ever to achieve a perfect score in the World Junior Chess Championship, open to players under the age of 20 as of January 1 in the year of competition. [6] Korchnoi's 124th move, as White, produced stalemate. 2017 44 Luis M Peralta. All ended in draws. Several players have been awarded honorary or retrospective grandmaster titles based on their past achievements. According to ChessGames.com, in the 1968 Skopje–Ohrid tournament Dragoljub Janosevic and Efim Geller agreed to a draw without playing any moves. 2012 27 Roger Dale Stanfield. [97], The longest confirmed unbeaten streak at elite level belongs to Magnus Carlsen,[98] who achieved an unbeaten streak of 125 games in the classical time format. Then-World Champion Viswanathan Anand was a guest of honor for this event and participated in the simul. 2.Qh5#. Listen to Chess Club Records | SoundCloud is an audio platform that lets you listen to what you love and share the sounds you create.. LDN. The longest game played in a world championship is the fifth game of the 1978 match between Viktor Korchnoi and Anatoly Karpov. Dr. [81][82][83] MacLeod was only 19, and the tournament, a 20-player double-round robin, was one of the longest tournaments in chess history. [78] The same page credits Kasparov with "a record for the most consecutive victories in super tournaments" at 10, without defining what a super tournament is. Earlier in the tournament, Korchnoi had successfully invoked the rule to claim a draw against Fressinet; the arbiters overruled Fressinet's argument that Korchnoi could not do so without keeping score. [62][69] She only played 43 of the 45 games, since Harum, the Austrian contestant, was unable to reach Folkestone and thus forfeited all of her games in that double round robin event. "There was a week where I was meeting labels and they were just names and faces," says Billie, explaining her first meeting with Will. [16], The German grandmaster Robert Hübner also lost a game without playing any moves. Although he managed to do so, his team (TŽ Třinec) was relegated from the highest league in the end. Qh4# and variants thereof). He scored 11–0 at Toronto 1957. Listen to Chess Club now using our online music player. [38], In Rogoff–Williams, World Junior Chess Championship, Stockholm 1969, the first capture (94.bxc5) occurred on White's 94th move. Discover what's missing in your discography … It is a domain having co.uk extension. This was the first time since 1980 that Korchnoi had played in an official or friendly match with an opponent older than himself. Chess Records was an American record company, established in 1950 in Chicago and … The oldest of these was Enrico Paoli, who was awarded the title in 1996 at the age of 88. The longest tournament chess game (in terms of moves) ever to be played was Nikolić–Arsović, Belgrade 1989, which lasted for 269 moves and took 20 hours and 15 minutes to complete a drawn game. On April 26, 1859, at London's St. James Chess Club, Morphy played "five games simultaneously against a group of masters who could be described as among the top ten players of the day", scoring 3–2. "We didn't know what we were doing at the start," William Street, founder of Chess Club Records, tells Newsbeat. He completed the exhibition in seven hours, scoring 102 wins and one draw (99.5%), the best result ever in a simultaneous exhibition on over 75 boards.[116][117]. [89][90], Thirteen players tied for first with 5–1 scores at the National Open held on March 17–19, 2000 in Las Vegas: grandmasters Jaan Ehlvest, Alexander Goldin, Alexander Baburin, Pavel Blatny, Eduard Gufeld, Yuri Shulman, Alex Yermolinsky, Gregory Kaidanov, Dmitry Gurevich, Alexander Stripunsky, and Gregory Serper, and International Masters Rade Milovanovic and Levon Altounian.[91]. Qh4#). Yates–Znosko-Borovsky, 1927, after 39 moves, Greatest concentration of resident grandmasters, Highest percentage of players below 50% in a tournament, Highest percentage of draws in a tournament, Highest performance rating in a tournament, Oldest combined age of players in a match, Best and worst results in simultaneous exhibitions, Most players taking part in a multi-simul. was brought in as a last minute substitute. Korchnoi won both games. It received 90 points, 10 out of a possible 10 from each of the 9 judges.[51][52]. Read about our approach to external linking. In top-class chess it is rare for a player to complete a tournament or match with a 100 percent score. In the November 2018 rating list, 229 of the 1645 grandmasters were from Russia. This includes games against players who were not yet or were no longer world champion at the time of the game. The shortest game ever lost by a grandmaster because of the position on the board was by future world champion Viswanathan Anand, who resigned on move 6 against Alonso Zapata in 1988 (1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.Nxe5 d6 4.Nf3 Nxe4 5.Nc3 Bf5?? 2013 30 Don J Bruemmer. [84][85], At the Büsum 1969 tournament, Friedrich Sämisch lost all 15 games by exceeding the time control. [92], The highest known tournament performance rating is 3103, achieved by Karen H. Grigoryan, when he scored a perfect 9/9 at the 2019 Cidade de Famalicão tournament. Our full range of studio equipment from all the leading equipment and software brands. The web site for the International E-mail Chess Club (IECC) There has been some debate over the ethics of the practice, and recently there has been a trend away from such games, with many tournaments adopting measures to discourage short draws. 1066. [109], Garry Kasparov was the world's highest-rated player on FIDE's rating list for a record 255 months, a number that is well ahead of all other world number ones since the inception of the list. [99] His streak was stopped by Jan-Krzysztof Duda on October 10, 2020, when he lost a game in the Altibox Norway Chess Tournament. Fressinet, apparently wanting to be consistent, did not try to claim a draw against Kosteniuk in the same situation.[5]. [73], Wesley So scored 9/9 in the 2011 Inter-Provincial Chess Team Championship, with a performance rating of 3037,[74][75] won the gold medal in men's blitz at the SEA Games 2011 at Indonesia with a score of 9/9 and a rating performance of 3183,[76] and won the 2013 Calgary International Blitz Championship with a score of 9/9.[77]. 2011 34 Don J Bruemmer. [8] Bill Wall lists, in addition to Darling–Wood, three other games that ended with Black checkmating on the second move. VideoRobot used for lockdown couple marriage proposal, The nuclear lighthouses built by the Soviets in the Arctic, Coronavirus: A year of high-speed discovery, The defiant 'nail houses' refusing to sell up, What the Capitol riot means for US foreign policy. [18] Wang Chen and Lu Shanglei both lost a game in which they had played no moves. 4,498 Followers, 1,548 Following, 1,191 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Chess Club Records (@chessclubrecords) In 2005, Reykjavík, Iceland, with eight grandmasters (Jón L. Árnason, Jóhann Hjartarson, Margeir Pétursson, Friðrik Ólafsson, Thröstur Thórhallsson, Helgi Grétarsson, Hannes Stefansson, and Bobby Fischer) had a higher percentage of resident grandmasters per capita than any other city worldwide;[53] the city of 114,000[54] had, therefore, one grandmaster per 14,000 residents. Wood, 1983, that was published on April Fool's Day in Northwest Chess magazine (1.g4 e6 2.f4?? [10] The same game had previously been played in Leeky–Mason, Dublin 1867. Aditionally, we're also giving away a Chess Club Records goodie-bag featuring a bunch of the label's releases bundled with a t-shirt and other delightful swag. "There was no master plan. Chess Club Records. Will launched Chess Club Records with two mates (Peter McGaughrin and Chris Dashwood) and their music night hosted the likes of Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine and MGMT. Fischer waited ten minutes before making his move and went to get Panno to convince him to play. FIDE has since rescinded that modification to the rule. Kasparov scored 7–1 against an all 2600+ rated team and considers it one of the peak performances of his career. Where and when does the club play? The world records in chess listed here are achieved in organized tournament, match, or simultaneous exhibition play. 2018 43 Artur Mueller. He says finding acts for the night, and eventually the label, was as simple as "trusting your gut and believing in the artists you decide to put your name to". [104], On the July 1972 FIDE rating list, Bobby Fischer's rating of 2785 was 125 points ahead of the second-highest rated player, then-reigning World Champion Boris Spassky (2660). In a World Student Team Championship game played in Graz in 1972, Hübner played one move and offered a draw to Kenneth Rogoff, who accepted. [118] Adding to the difficulty Kasparov played Black in half the games; usually in exhibitions the exhibitor plays White on all boards. [125], On February 8–9, 2011, Iranian grandmaster Ehsan Ghaem-Maghami played for 25 hours against 604 players, winning 580 (97.35%) of the games, drawing 16, and losing 8. The youngest player to be awarded the grandmaster title by FIDE is Sergey Karjakin. "It's a bit disheartening when you have to wave goodbye and see them winning Mercury Awards and headlining Glastonbury.". 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