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Berkshire Junior Chess

Match Detail
Junior Chess
Results - UK Chess Challenge Berkshire MegaFinal (Under 12 Boys)
Date, Location:Mon, 07-May-2012, Licenced Victuallers School
Further info:6 rounds, 16 entrants (190 in all sections), ages as of: 31-Aug-2011


Final Standings
NameGradeAgeSchoolPointsNew Grade
1st Ryan Wong 1423 11 Reading 1431(+8)
2nd Daniel Lawson 666 11 Abingdon 5 775(+109)
3rd= James Kinsler-Lubienski 1009 11 St. George's, Windsor 4 1013(+4)
James Moody 808 11 Piggott 4 850(+42)
Jack Lawrence 872 11 Reading 4 899(+27)
6 Sebastian Blackwell 995 11 Dolphin 963(-32)
7= Azeem Omar-Mufti 897 11 Maiden Erlegh 3 867(-30)
William Denegri 710 11 St. Edward's Royal Free 3 700(-10)
Euan Sarson 646 11 Highdown 3 650(+4)
Felix Warren 388 11 St. Edward's 3 450(+62)
11 Eddie Haines 11 Trinity, Newbury 653(new)
12= Edmund Lea 689 11 Reading 2 663(-26)
Bertie Munn 674 11 Ranelagh 2 605(-69)
14= Dhanyal Butt 11 St. Edward's 448(new)
Henry Rolph 11 Leighton Park 419(new)
16 William Swynford 11 Trinity, Newbury ½

Crosstab

(see below for information on how to use this table)
NumName123456TotAOS
1Ryan Wong 2+ 4+ 7+ 3+ 5+ 6= 3.9
2Daniel Lawson 1- 16+ 6+ 8+ 13+ 4+ 53.1
3James Kinsler-Lubienski 9+ 6+ 5+ 1- 4- 8+ 43.8
4James Moody 16+ 1- 12+ 7+ 3+ 2- 43.3
5Jack Lawrence 14+ 12+ 3- 11+ 1- 7+ 43.1
6Sebastian Blackwell 10+ 3- 2- 14+ 12+ 1= 3.5
7Azeem Omar-Mufti 15+ 8+ 1- 4- 11+ 5- 33.4
8William Denegri 11+ 7- 10+ 2- 14+ 3- 33.2
9Euan Sarson 3- 14+ 11- 12- 15+ 13+ 32.3
10Felix Warren 6- 15+ 8- 13- 16+ 12+ 32.1
11Eddie Haines 8- 13+ 9+ 5- 7- 16= 2.6
12Edmund Lea 13+ 5- 4- 9+ 6- 10- 23.3
13Bertie Munn 12- 11- 15+ 10+ 2- 9- 22.8
14Dhanyal Butt 5- 9- 16+ 6- 8- 15= 2.6
15Henry Rolph 7- 10- 13- 16+ 9- 14= 2.2
16William Swynford 4- 2- 14- 15- 10- 11= ½2.9

Notes:
  1. The Num column is the position of the player in the final standings list above.
  2. Each entry in the detail part of the table represents a match from the event.
  3. An entry consists of:
    • the colour used by the player as shown on the left of the row (w=white, b=black, in case you hadn't guessed)
    • the tournament number of the opponent (to find who the opponent actually was, look them up via the player num to name list given by the first two columns)
    • the result of the match (+: win, =: draw, -: loss).
  4. AOS is average opponent score.