Ranges Chess Club, Inc.

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Ranges Chess Club meets on Tuesday nights 6.30pm to 10pm
at Ferntree Gully Community Arts Centre, 1010 Burwood Highway
 
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Ranges Chess Club Members and Friends Ratings as at June 2012 

The following club members and friends are currently included in the Standard (Classic) chess ratings list and/or the Rapid chess list for the Australian Chess Federation (ACF), or will be included in the September ratings.  The ratings are based upon their results from rated competitions.  To gain an official Standard or Rapid rating you need to play nine or more games in ACF rated competitions like those run by this club. You may view the complete national list by going to the ACF website at http://www.auschess.org.au/ and on the left clicking on ‘Ratings’. ACF ratings are updated four times a year in March, June, September and December.

 

Standard or Classic ratings are calculated from ACF tournaments with a game time of 60 minutes or more for each player.

Rapid ratings are calculated from ACF tournaments with a game time of at least 15 minutes but less than 60 mins for each player.

Some of our club members have their names included on the Australian rating lists but have yet to complete nine competition games before they will be assigned a rating. This is indicated by ‘2g’ or ‘3g’ or 'New' or 'Unr' beside their name.

 

FIDE ratings: It is possible to also gain a world-wide rating which is allocated by the Federation Internationale des Echecs. This rating is updated six times per year. To get a FIDE rating you need play at least nine rated games against FIDE rated players in FIDE registered tournaments. These tournaments (such as the 'Ballarat Begonia Festival' in March or the 'Victorian Open' in June) will be advertised as such. These games don't need to be in the same tournament or the same rating period. Games against non-FIDE rated players don't count towards this. Your games must also be in "blocks" of at least three games in the same tournament. If you play fewer than three then those games are disregarded. You also need to score a full point (either a win or two draws) in your very first block for it to count & start the ball rolling. Games to establish a rating (nine or more games in blocks) must be made over the space of twelve rating lists (two years), older games expire. 

 

  AUSTRALIAN CHESS FEDERATION 
RATING LISTS
JUNE 2012

NAME

 CLASSIC RATING

  RAPID RATING

Bearup, Paul

1751

1436

Berger, Erwin

374

1g

Berger, Siemon

563

410

Birchall, Ian

1927

 

Chen Johnson

New

2g

Cheung, William

6g

467

Chua, Manny

1601

1389

Cook, Jamie

1074

907

Crowley, Scott

New

1g

Crowley, Regan

603

758

Davies, Stephen

1407

1321

Dingfelder, Carl

1045

841

Dingfelder, Greg

289

533

Ekanayake, Linuka

Unr

 

Espejo Elvis

1431

1372

Foo, Calvin

356

656

Foo, Cameron

1022

924

Foo, Colin

770

824

Gibson, David

New

543

Gibson, Lucinda

427

492

Ho, Kylie

 

 

Johansen, Carla

618

679

Kadiresan, Rithvik

 

 

Kelly, Esther

 

 

Kelly, Jasmine

160

415

Kelly, Rose

100

133

Lim, Denise

1202

1145

Lim, Ethan

1474

1436

Lim, Yewsze

845

 

Livic, Vinko

1633

913

Lumley, Jordan

New

1g

Machell, Don

1926

1975

Marsh, Zane

248

419

Moad, David

737

735

Morris, Peter

1924

 

Nerlich, Peter

 

 

Ng, Jaye

New

 

Ng, Kaye

New

1g

Nottle, Jared

392

543

Ou, Sunny

495

688

Punithan, Heman

3g

517

Raymond, Liam

2g

281

Richter, Jurgen

1471

2g

Romete, Claudiu

New

1341

Sail, Samuel

New

 

Scrivanos, Tate

New

 

Shipley, Peverel

New

321

Smart, Brendan

New

 

Smart, Taylor

773

507

Soh, Jevan

 

 

Strangaric, Vajk

New

 

Tan, Kim

 

 

Van Dijk, Marieke

639

481

Van Scheepen, Frits

1147

1165

Wickramasinghe, Haren

3g

331

Widjaja, Abraham

1206

831

Widjaja, Timothy

290

632

Wong, Althea

610

638

Wong, Anthony

2g

 

Wong, Joseph

1648

1554

Yeap, Randy