Truth is stranger than fiction
Curiously, no one knows anything about this match other than the outcome. Dave "The Scribe" Tipper was called away. Let's see what we can come up with.
Attila won in 17 moves. He sacrificed everything but his a-pawn which mated Aaron.
It's Henry. It's not exactly a stretch to say that he opened poorly, made the position a bit of a mess, was on the brink of losing, then appeared in the bar simply saying, "Oh yeah, I won".
Rich went entirely ambitiously, and was, according to Rich, winning from move 2. Unfortunately, a rare lapse in concentration threw it away and Horfield were lucky to scam a point from this board.
Meek went all out aggressive but Dilleigh's powers of the draw put Giri to shame and only one result was ever an option.
Nigel got a draw. It was solid, well-played and entirely justified after a lengthy and hard-fought game. Not a short draw at all.
Jerry, falling back on previous seasons' style, took a quick draw.
Phil played a Schliemann, but Martin had played an Italian and it ended up as a terrible game that I played against Nailsea a few years ago from which I was lucky to scrape a draw. Martin was ruthless and scored a the point.
Mike, seeing that the match was safely in the bag, kept his powder in the bag and took a draw.
I started this with the intention of making bits up, but I think you'll agree that this was entirely too plausible.