British Chess Champ who also worked being a armed forces code breaker during World Battle II. He produced his debut in international-class chess on the solid London 1932 competition. He competed for Britain in multiple Chess Olympiads like the one in 1939, which coincided with Britain’s declaration of battle on Germany and resulted in him abandoning the competition due to it. He was created and elevated in London, Britain. The first worldwide competition he competed in was earned by Alexander Alekhine.