All tournaments: reports

This page covers tournaments held in Ireland for which enough information to compile a full report is available. There are many more tournaments for which only summary information is available: these are covered on the All tournaments: summaries page.

Tournaments held elsewhere that involved Irish players are covered on the Overseas tournaments page.

  • 1964
  • Irish Championship 1964; 1st Wolfgang Heidenfeld; Dublin, July 11-17, 1964; 8 player all-play-all, 28 games (1 available)
  • 1969
  • Castlebar 1969; 1st Robert Hübner; August 24-31, 1969; 19 players, 7 rounds, 63 games (61 available)
  • 1972
  • Irish Championship 1972; 1st-2nd Wolfgang Heidenfeld, Matt O’Leary (Heidenfeld champion after playoff match); Dublin, July 8-16, 1972; 20 players, 9 rounds, 90 games (all available)
  • 1998
  • Irish Championship 1998; 1st Colm Daly; Dublin, July 11-19, 1998; 20 players, 9 rounds, 88 games (all available)
  • Kilkenny Masters 1998 (IONA Technologies International Masters); 1st-3rd Stuart Conquest [1st on tie-break], Bogdan Lalić, Luke McShane; Kilkenny, November 27-29, 1998; 35 players, 6 rounds, 100 games (all available)
  • 1999
  • Bunratty Masters 1999; 1st Sergei Tiviakov (&ndash); Bunratty, February 17-19, 1999; 38 players, 6 rounds, 113 games (108 available)
  • Irish Championship 1999; 1st Colm Daly; Drogheda, Co. Louth, April 3-11, 1999; 18 players, 9 rounds, 80 games (all available)
  • 2000
  • Irish Championship 2000; 1st Mark Heidenfeld; Castleconnell, Co. Limerick, April 22-30, 2000; 12 players, 9 rounds, 53 games (all available)
  • 2001
  • Target Recruitment Masters 2001; 1st-2nd Alexander Baburin, Bogdan Lalić; Belfast (Q.U.B.), March 30-April 2, 2001; 35 players, 6 rounds, 98 games (92 available)
  • 2002
  • Ulster Championship 2003; 1st Tom Clarke; Belfast, December 27-30, 2002; 22 players, 7 rounds, 71 games (all available)
  • 2003
  • Irish Championship 2003; 1st Stephen Brady; Greystones, July 5-13, 2003; 18 players, 9 rounds, 78 games (35 available)
  • 2004
  • Irish Championship 2004; 1st-2nd Joe Ryan (champion), Gawain Jones; Limerick, July 10-18, 2004; 20 players, 9 rounds, 90 games (all available)
  • 2005
  • European Union Championship 2005; 1st-2nd Zoltán Gyumesi (champion on tie-break), Mateusz Bartel; Cork, March 21-31, 2005; 115 players, 10 rounds, 570 games (569 available)
  • Irish Championship 2005; 1st Colm Daly; Dublin, July 9-17, 2005; 20 players, 9 rounds, 89 games (all available)
  • 2006
  • Bunratty Masters 2006; 1st-5th Simon Williams (first after blitz playoff), Alexander Baburin, Craig Hanley, Jonathan Speelman, Sam Collins; Bunratty, February 17-19, 2006; 36 players, 6 rounds, 106 games (all available)
  • Irish Championship 2006; 1st Stephen Brady; Dublin, July 8-16, 2006; 12 players, 9 rounds, 52 games (14 available)
  • Leinster Championship 2006; 1st-2nd Karl McPhillips (champion), Jan Votava; Dublin, December 28-30, 2006; 17 players, 6 rounds, 48 games (46 available)
  • 2007
  • Irish Championship 2007, 1st-2nd Mark Hebden, Nick Pert, 3rd-4th Stephen Brady, Brian Kelly (joint champions); Dublin, June 30-July 8, 2007; 52 players, 9 rounds, 229 games (224 available)
  • 2008
  • Bunratty Masters 2008; 1st Peter Svidler. Bunratty, Co. Clare, February 22-24, 2008; 48 players, 6 rounds, 139 games (all available)
  • Irish Championship 2008, 1st-2nd Alexander Baburin (champion), Alon Greenfeld; Dublin, July 5-13, 2008; 32 players, 9 rounds, 134 games (133 available)
  • 2009
  • Bunratty Masters 2009, 1st Peter Svidler; Bunratty, Co. Clare, February 20-22, 2009; 38 players, 6 rounds, 114 games (112 available)
  • Irish Championship 2009, 1st Colm Daly; Dublin, July 4-12, 2009; 29 players, 9 rounds, 123 games (91 available)
  • 2010
  • Bunratty Masters 2010; 1st Alexander Baburin. Bunratty, Co. Clare, February 19-21, 2010; 27 players, 6 rounds, 78 games (all available)
  • Phibsboro C.C. Championship 2010, 1st Francisco Sierra Canosa; Dublin, April 12-May 24, 2010; 7 players, all-play-all, 19 games (none available)
  • Irish Championship 2010, 1st Alex Lopez; Dublin, July 3-11, 2010; 28 players, 9 rounds, 122 games (101 available)
  • Dún Laoghaire Centenary GM 2010; 1st Mark Hebden. Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, August 21-29, 2010; 10-player all-play-all, 45 games (all available).
  • Dún Laoghaire Centenary IM 2010; 1st Simon Ansell. Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, August 21-29, 2010; 10-player all-play-all, 44 games (all available).
  • City of Dublin Masters 2010, 1st Nick Pert; Dublin, September 3-5, 2010; 14 players, 6 rounds, 39 games (8 available)
  • 2011
  • Gonzaga Masters 2011, 1st David Fitzsimons; Dublin, February 4-6, 2011; 18 players (of whom 1 played no games), 5 rounds, 39 games (32 available)
  • Leinster Championship 2011, 1st-4th John Joyce (champion), David Fitzsimons, Gordon Freeman, Zaidan Zulkipli; Dublin, April 22-24, 2011; 12 players, 5 rounds, 32 games (none available)
  • Leinster Championship Majors 2011, 1st Rory Delaney; Dublin, April 22-24, 2011; 14 players, 6 rounds, 40 games (none available)
  • Leinster Championship Challengers 2011, 1st William Ffrench; Dublin, April 22-24, 2011; 19 players, 6 rounds, 47 games (none available)
  • Ennis Open 2011, 1st Gawain Jones; Ennis, May 20-22, 2011; 49 players, 6 rounds, 137 games (8 available)
  • Ennis Congress U1400 2011, 1st Herickson Da Silva; Ennis, May 20-22, 2011; 39 players, 6 rounds, 110 games (none available)
  • Irish Championship 2011, 1st Stephen Brady; Dublin, July 2-10, 2011; 26 players, 9 rounds, 115 games (all available)
  • Irish Intermediate Championship 2011, 1st Eric Bennett; Dublin, July 2-3, 2011; 21 players, 5 rounds, 44 games (none available)
  • Irish Junior Championship 2011, 1st Mark Finnegan; Dublin, July 2-3, 2011; 34 players, 5 rounds, 82 games (none available)
  • Irish Championship Weekender 2011, 1st Rory Quinn; Dublin, July 9-10, 2011; 35 players, 5 rounds, 83 games (1 available)
  • City of Dublin IM Norm Tournament, 1st Sam Collins; Dublin, August 26-30, 2011; 10 player all-play-all, 45 games (all available)
  • Ulster Championship 2011, 1st Michael Waters; Belfast, August 27-29, 2011; 14 players, 6 rounds, 39 games (all available)
  • Ulster Intermediate & Junior Championship 2011, 1st and Intermediate champion Ian Woodfield, Junior champion George Jackson; Belfast, August 27-29, 2011; 26 players, 6 rounds, 73 games (2 available)
  • City of Dublin Championship 2011, 1st John Delaney; Dublin, September 2-4, 2011; 10 players, 6 rounds, 26 games (18 available)
  • City of Dublin Majors 2011, 1st Eamonn Walls; Dublin, September 2-4, 2011; 29 players, 6 rounds, 81 games (4 available)
  • City of Dublin Challengers 2011, 1st Airidas Tolkus; Dublin, September 2-4, 2011; 38 players, 6 rounds, 104 games (none available)
  • City of Dublin Juniors 2011, 1st Gerard Wallace; Dublin, September 2-4, 2011; 38 players, 6 rounds, 105 games (none available)
  • 2012
  • Gonzaga Masters 2012, 1st David Fitzsimons; Dublin, January 27-29, 2012; 16 players, 5 rounds, 38 games (all available)
  • Irish Championship 2012, 1st-3rd Juri Firstov, Stephen Brady, Colm Daly: Irish champions Brady and Daly; Dublin, July 7-15, 2012; 14 players, 9 rounds, 63 games (62 available)
  • 2013
  • Gonzaga Masters 2013, 1st David Fitzsimons; Dublin, February 1-3, 2013; 14 players, 5 rounds, 34 games (all available)
  • Irish Women’s Championship 2013, 1st Diana Mirza; Limerick, July 5-7, 2013; 6 players, 5 rounds, 11 games (8 available)
  • Irish Championship 2013, 1st Colm Daly; Limerick, July 6-14, 2013, 21 players, 9 rounds, 90 games (66 available)
  • City of Dublin Championship 2013, 1st Juri Firstov; September 13-15, 2013; 21 players, 5 rounds, 45 games (all available)
  • 2014
  • Gonzaga Masters 2014, 1st Killian Delaney; Dublin, January 24-26, 2014; 18 players, 6 rounds, 50 games (49 available)
  • Irish Championship 2014, 1st Sam Collins, Dublin, July 5-13, 2014; 30 players, 9 rounds, 129 games (all available)
  • City of Dublin Championship 2014, 1st Juri Firstov, September 12-14, 2014; 14 players, 5 rounds, 34 games (33 available)
  • 2015
  • Bunratty Classic 2015, 1st Björn Þorfinnsson, February 18-22, 2015; 10 players, all-play-all, 45 games (44 available)
  • Irish Championship 2015, 1st-2nd Stephen Brady and Philip Short (joint champions); Dublin, July 4-12; 19 players, 9 rounds, 79 games (all available (1 incomplete))
  • Ulster Championship 2015, 1st Rory Quinn (ineligible for title of Ulster champion) (Gabor Hovath champion); Belfast, 21-23 August 2015; 12 players, 6 rounds, 34 games (17 available)
  • City of Dublin championship 2015, 1st Colm Daly; Dublin, 11-13 September 2015; 12 players, 5 rounds, 26 games (all available)
  • Munster Championship 2015, 1st Paul Walsh; Ennis, 18-20 September 2015; 18 players, 5 rounds, 42 games (39 available)
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  • 2016
  • Williamson Shield 2016, 1st Gareth Annesley, Belfast, January 9-10, 2016; 8 players, 6 rounds, 20 games (18 available)
  • Gonzaga Masters 2016, 1st David Murray (after blitz payoff), Dublin, January 22-24, 2016; 28 players, 5 rounds, 93 games (80 available)
  • 1st Enniscorthy Masters 2016, 1st-2nd David Fitzsimons, Oleg Korneev; Enniscorthy, January 29-31, 2016; 12 players, 6 rounds, 35 games (13 available)
  • Irish Championship 2016, 1st Stephen Jessel, Dublin, July 2-10, 2016; 16 players, 9 rounds, 72 games (all available)
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  • 2017
  • Irish Women’s Championship 2017, 1st Ioana Miller, Dublin, November 10-12, 2017; 14 players, 5 rounds, 26 games (all available)

Last updated November 13, 2017.

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