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Match Detail
Results - Berkshire Junior Congress (Under 18)
Sections:Under 18Under 14Under 12Under 10Under 8
Date, Location:Sun, 27-Nov-2005, The Downs School
Further info:5 rounds, 8 entrants (98 in all sections), ages as of: 31-Aug-2005
See also:News article, Last Season's results (Sun, 27-Nov-2005), Printer-friendly page


Final Standings
NameGradeAgeSchoolPointsNew Grade
1= Stephen Cairns 1343 17 Little Heath 4 1356(+13)
Robbie Coats 14 Wiltshire 4
3= Daniel Rey 14 MCS Oxford 3
Edward Basham 15 High Wycombe 3
Susie Yates 1299 15 Kendrick 3 1273(-26)
6 Edmund Palka 1104 14 Downs 2 1133(+29)
7 Jonathan Lav 14 MCS Oxford 1
8 Tom Jane 743 14 Maiden Erlegh 0 739(-4)

Footnote: For Under 10 and Under 12 sections, players scoring 4½ or more qualify for the London Major; those with 3½ or more qualify for the London Minor championship. At Under 8 level, players with 4 or more qualify for the London Under 8s.


Crosstab
(see below for information on how to use this table) Show grading data
NumName12345TotAOSGGGSAOGESGC
1Stephen Cairns w7+ b4+ w2+ w3- b6+ 42.6 111104 0.88
2Robbie Coats w8+ b5+ b1- w6+ b3+ 42.4
3Daniel Rey b5- w7+ w4+ b1+ w2- 33.0
4Edward Basham b6+ w1- b3- w8+ w7+ 32.0
5Susie Yates w3+ w2- b6- b7+ b8+ 32.0 211027 1.66-26
6Edmund Palka w4- b8+ w5+ b2- w1- 22.8 321132 1.3825
7Jonathan Lav b1- b3- w8+ w5- b4- 12.6
8Tom Jane b2- w6- b7- b4- w5- 02.6 201093 0.24-9

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. If you hover your cursor over a match result, an information box will pop up giving details of the match.
  5. AOS is average opponent score.
  6. The Grading Calculation columns (if displayed) are:
    • GG - graded games
    • GS - score from graded games only
    • AOG - average opponent grade (note that if a grade difference is > 350, then the opponent grade is adjusted such that the gap is exactly 350 for the purposes of this calculation)
    • ES - expected score (see Grading page for details) //~
    • GC - grade change (see Grading page for details)