A regular participant writes;

Hello Adam,

I miss the fact that you used to produce the full results for each tournament showing who played who during the six rounds; the individual results and the total points scored from 0-6.

This enabled me to see how players I had won or lost against ended up doing and enabled me to know player's names better, as well as their grades, as it is often difficult to record details in front of the draw sheet, when players are pushing to see who they are up against. It would be good if that could be produced again giving players first and last names too. 

Also, it was a good way of checking results were correctly recorded, as you don't get to see the record of the results of the last game at the tournament, in particular. 

Is this possible to re-introduce them?
I'm happy to say that all the events I run are managed using something called Swiss Manager, and the results (including all the things you want to see above) are published on a site called!
Often these results are published live as the event progresses, so that it is possible for players to check their pairings online even before they have been printed, or whilst they relax in a nearby cafe.
Publishing the results in this way also helps me - it gives players a chance to point out errors before it becomes critical!
If you want to look up any event in progress in England (ENG) then the quickest way to do so is to click this link
...then you can see all the events in England being run, live, or events coming up being prepared for action with players lists going up. 
If you don't find the event you are looking for then you may have to switch to SCO or JER for instance if the event is being organised outside England.

See you at an event soon!


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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! 

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