Gary Lane


Gary Lane

Australian chess player and author Gary William Lane (born November 4, 1964, United Kingdom) is an International Master of chess.

Gary Lane is a professional chess player and author. He has written over 20 books including "Find the Winning Move" and "Improve Your Chess in 7 Days". He became an International Master in 1987 and he won the Commonwealth Chess Championship in 1988.

After his marriage to Woman International Master Nancy Jones, he moved to Australia, winning the Australian Chess Championship in 2004. He represented Oceania at the Chess World Cup 2005.

He has also represented Australia in the 2002, 2004, and 2006 chess olympiads. In the 2004 Olympiad he helped Australia score a 2–2 draw with his former country England, scoring a spectacular win over Nigel Short. [ [http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1316234 Gary W. Lane-Nigel Short (2004)] ChessGames.com]

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* [http://www.learnchess.info/index.cfm Learn Chess with Martika- computer game by Gary Lane]
* [http://www.chesscafe.com/lane/lane.htm Chess Questions answered by Gary Lane]


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