Nicholas Pert, who plays less these days, had a good result finishing on 8/11, a score that in some years is sufficient for first place.
However the main man was Michael Adams who only dropped three draws on his way to a convincing victory.
His 9.5/11 isn't a record however, as his good friend Julian Hodgson managed 10/11 in 1992.
Among the players in equal third was Adam Hunt (from a chess family as he is the brother of the strong English woman Harriet Hunt) who obtained a GM norm.
The final rankings in this 11-round swiss, with first prize being a useful 5,000 pounds sterling, as well as the title:
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