William Watson (chess player)
Watson was British Rapidplay Chess Champion in 1992 and British Chess Champion in 1994. Boris Spassky once described his style of play as that of a drunk with a machine gun. Nowadays a practicing tax lawyer and a partner at Slaughter and May, Watson has for many years been inactive as a chess player.
- The Complete Najdorf: Modern Lines by Nunn and Gallagher (Batsford, 1999).
- Slaughter and May - William Watson
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