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Berkshire Junior Chess

Match Detail
Junior Chess
Results - SAE - Reading School (Major Section)
Date, Location:Sat, 18-Nov-2017, Reading School
Further info:6 rounds, 17 entrants (40 in all sections), ages as of: 2017-08-31


Final Standings
NameGradeAgeSchoolPointsNew Grade
1st Grigory Aleksin 961 17 Reading 1036(+75)
2nd Mannan Karwa 746 13 Reading 828(+82)
2nd= Luke Vallis 1257 15 Burnham Grammar 1239(-18)
4= Teo Rybak 836 10 Claires Court Junior Boys 4 839(+3)
Nicholas Vallis 1162 12 Desborough 4 1133(-29)
6= Shree Rao 549 9 Abbey Junior 618(+69)
Daniel Shek 800 8 Yateley Manor 823(+23)
Adarsh Arun Ganeshbabu 708 12 Reading 721(+13)
9= James Kingham 521 9 Caversham 3 543(+22)
Anirudh Premkumar 566 6 Langley Hall Primary 3 582(+16)
Shubham Kulkarni 641 12 Herschel Grammar 3 670(+29)
12= Yuvam Mittal 574 11 Reading 554(-20)
Branson Rizzo 638 11 Reading 629(-9)
14= Shaan Sachdeva 511 11 Reading 2 488(-23)
Arnav Tyagi 561 12 Reading 2 539(-22)
Daniel Dunbar 502 13 Reading 2 480(-22)
17 John Ryder 661 11 Highdown 1 582(-79)

Crosstab

(see below for information on how to use this table)
NumName123456TotAOS
1Grigory Aleksin w10+ b17+ w5+ w3+ b7+ w2= 3.4
2Mannan Karwa b7+ w11+ b3- w15+ b8+ b1= 3.7
3Luke Vallis w13+ b4+ w2+ b1- w5= b6+ 4.0
4Teo Rybak w6+ w3- b15+ w7- b11+ w9+ 43.3
5Nicholas Vallis b12+ w8+ b1- w11+ b3= w7= 43.8
6Shree Rao b4- w14+ b12+ w8= b15+ w3- 3.1
7Daniel Shek w2- b10+ w16+ b4+ w1- b5= 3.8
8Adarsh Arun Ganeshbabu w9+ b5- w17+ b6= w2- b14+ 3.0
9James Kingham b8- w12- bye+b17+ w16+ b4- 32.2
10Anirudh Premkumar b1- w7- b14- bye+w17+ b16+ 32.3
11Shubham Kulkarni w16+ b2- w13+ b5- w4- b15+ 33.2
12Yuvam Mittal w5- b9+ w6- b16- w13= bye+2.5
13Branson Rizzo b3- w15- b11- w14+ b12= b17+ 2.5
14Shaan Sachdeva w17- b6- w10+ b13- bye+w8- 22.3
15Arnav Tyagi bye+b13+ w4- b2- w6- w11- 22.9
16Daniel Dunbar b11- bye+b7- w12+ b9- w10- 22.5
17John Ryder b14+ w1- b8- w9- b10- w13- 13.3

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.