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Below you will find links to results from 2004 to the present.  These days you can find all our results and even some games on

January 2   February 13     March 5April 2
May 7June 4July 16    August 6
Sept 10Oct 15Nov 12December ---

January 3   February 14     March 1April 11
May 9June 6July 18    August 8
Sept 12Oct 10Nov 14December ---

January 4   February 8     March 1April 5
May 10June 7July 12    August 2
Sept 13Oct 11Nov 8December ---

January 5February 9March 2April 6
May 11June 8July 13August 3
September 7October 12  November 9 December --

January 7February 11March 3April 14
May 12June 9July 14August 11
September 8October 13November 10December --
January 8February 12March 5April 16
May 14June 11July 9August 6
September 10October 8November 12December --
January 9February 13March 6April 17
May 8June 12July 10August 7
September 11October 9November 13December 4
January 10February 14March 7April 18
May 9June 13July 11August 1
September 12October 10November 14December 5
January 5February 9March 8April 12
May 10June 7July 12August 9
September 6October 11November 15December 6
January 6February 10March 10April 14
May 12June 9July 14August 11
September 8October 13November 10December 8
January 7February 11March 11April 8
May 13June 10July 15August 12
September 9October 14November 11December 9
January 8February 12March 19April 16
May 14June 11July 16August 13
September 10October 15November 12December 10
May 14June 11July 16August 13
September 10October 16November 13December 11

If a player does not have a grade then a grade has been calculated retrospectively from their results in the tournament and included in the tables above.
These grades are unofficial and prefixed 'e'.
I now do the grading for Golders Green myself.  However many thanks to Howard Grist for compiling and supplying these crosstables for years! Thanks also to Alan Ruffle, who took over the grading from November 2010, and Norman Went, who succeeded him.

about chess at golders green

I always enjoy your events. They are perfectly organised and filled by strong players, which helps in improving my game.  Vikram Kamath

Golders Green FIDE Chess

You're probably here because a) you play chess and you're looking to take part in over the board competitions and b) you read that I run (with lots of help from friendly volunteers) the monthly Golders Green Rapidplays in Leonard Barden's excellent Evening Standard column, or on the ECF (English Chess Federation) tournament calendarWell, you found the right website! 

You have one of the best chess websites I have seen. It is very friendly and clever. As the chess administrator for the family, I am seriously impressed by the on-line bookingA Chess Parent

Thanks for visiting. Don't forget to enter online in time for the next event. Please subscribe to our mailing list! All the games are graded by the ECF and part of the ECF Grand Prix. ALL SECTIONS are rated by FIDE in their rapidplay list. You don't have to be a member of the ECF to take part BUT if you are SILVER LEVEL or above it will cost less. Players who are not ECF Silver members or above will be charged £33.00 to enter. Ring 01424 775222 to join the ECF or visit

Here are the dates for 2019.
January 5February 9March 2April --
May 11June 8July 13August 3
Sept 14Oct 12Nov 9Dec ---

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