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FIDÉ (World Chess Federation) and ECF Awards
Grandmaster, International Master, FIDÉ Master, and Candidate Masters in MCCU
The following individual players from the Midlands counties have been awarded FIDÉ (World Chess Federation) titles
Grandmaster: Keith Arkell (Worcs); Glenn Flear (formerly Leics); Stephen Gordon (Greater Manchester); Mark Hebden (Leics) Jonathan Parker (formerly Notts).
Woman Grandmaster: Dr Jana Bellin (Staffs).
International Master: Chris Baker (Warks); Robert Bellin (Staffs); Lawrence Cooper (Staffs); Ameet Ghasi (Warks); Geoff Lawton (Warks & Leics).
FIDÉ Master: Adam G Ashton (Greater Manchester), Michael Barnes (Notts), Bernard Cafferty (formerly Warks); Stuart Clarke (Greater Manchester), Chris Dunworth (formerly Notts), James Jackson (Northants); Robin Moss (Leics), Robert Shaw (Staffs), Nicholas Thomas (Warks), Graham Waddingham (formerly Notts), Jonah Willow (Notts).
Woman FIDÉ Master: Anne-Marie James (Warks).
Candidate Master: David Anderton (Staffs), Charles Tippleston (Northants), and Alan Walton (Greater Manchester).
National, Regional and County Masters in MCCU
The following individual players from the Midlands counties have been awarded ECF titles
National Master: Peter C Gibbs (Leics).
Regional Master: Andrew Baruch (Warks), Mike Donnelly (Warks), Jamie Hopkins (Shrops), Branko Pribanich (Northants).
County Master: Michael Fletcher (Notts), Karl Forman (Warks), David J Hamblin (Staffs), Dean Hartley (Derbys), Jamie Hillman (Notts), Stephen M Jones (Warks), J Ezra Lutton (Warks), Jim R Nicolson (Greater Manchester), Gordon Stables (Notts).
Masters of Correspondence Chess in MCCU
Jonathan Tait (Notts)
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