ENG/Chp1/Final, 1st English Championship Final
|TD Dearnley, Andrew (IA)|
|1||ENG||210701||SIM||Rhodes, John D.||2397||½||½||½||½||1||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||8||2||47.5||0||1|
|2||ENG||210745||SIM||Rawlings, Alan J. C.||2367||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||1||½||8||2||46.5||0||2|
|4||ENG||212381|| ||Carr, Trevor||2375||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||½||7.5||1||44.5||0||4|
|5||ENG||210788||IM||Lumley, Bill F.||2388||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||7.5||1||44.25||0||5|
|6||ENG||211452||CCE||Grayland, Stan J.||2383||0||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||½||1||0||7||2||42||0||6|
|7||ENG||212013|| ||Evans, David||2352||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||1||½||½||.||.||6.5||1||42.75||2||7|
|9||ENG||211062||SIM||Asquith, Jerry E. C.||2410||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||.||½||6.5||0||41.5||1||9|
|10||ENG||212314||LIM||Williamson, Dawn L.||2348||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||½||.||½||.||6||0||39.75||2||10|
|11||ENG||211541|| ||Catt, Peter||2377||½||½||0||½||½||½||0||½||½||½||.||1||½||.||5.5||1||34.75||2||11|
|12||ENG||210370|| ||Owen, K. J.||2403||½||½||0||½||½||0||½||½||½||½||.||½||½||½||5.5||0||33.75||1||12|
|13||ENG||210514||SIM||Pheby, Ian M.||2312||½||0||½||½||½||½||½||0||½||.||0||½||½||.||4.5||0||29.75||2||13|
|14||ENG||211261|| ||Walk, Robert||2350||½||0||½||0||½||0||.||.||.||½||½||½||½||.||3.5||0||22.25||4||14|
|15||ENG||210425||GM||Brookes, John G.||2467||0||½||.||½||0||1||.||.||½||.||.||½||.||.||3||1||20.75||7||15|
Latest results from 3/20/2018 are displayed in red.
Not yet started: 0, Ongoing: 12, Adjudication pending: 0, Finished: 93
Welcome to the 1st English Correspondence Chess Championship. There has been a total of 70 entries for this Championship placed into ranking order in accordance with the Rules specified in the tournament announcement. Average Rating for Final: 2382
Tie-Breaks: Tie-breaks will be resolved in the following order of priority:
a) number of wins by each tied player in the tournament;
b) points evaluation by the Sonneborn-Berger-System;
c) results of the tied players against each other.
If players are still tied after all relevant tie-breaking procedures have been used, the players will be considered equal.
Any Adjudications required at the End Date will follow EFCC Adjudication procedures (and not ICCF). See here: http://efcchess.org.uk/efccAdjudicationProcedure.html
Prizes: Winner will receive £150 together with an engraved trophy for retention and a qualification for an ICCF Master Norm (Webserver) tournament.
Runner-up will receive £75 together with a qualification for an ICCF Master Norm (Webserver) tournament.
Third place will receive £25 together with a qualification for an ICCF Master Norm (Webserver) tournament.
Qualifiers for the 2nd ECCC Championship Final:
a) The winner and runner-up of both Semi-Finals of the 1st ECCC shall be entitled to enter. This entry cannot be deferred and must be used in the following event or it is void.
b) Those players who finished in 7th place or above in the 1st ECCC Championship Final.
c) The remaining places in the 2nd ECCC Championship Final will be allocated at the absolute discretion of the Tournament Sub-Committee.
This is a server event.
The start date was 3/31/2017.
The end date is 12/31/2018.
ICCF standard time control 10 moves in 40 days with duplication after 20 days is used.
If a player exceeds allowed thinking time in any way, the player will automatically be scored with a loss. Under some circumstances all of the player’s games will subsequently be cancelled (if not already rated).
21 days of leave per year are available to each player.
Special leave can be requested from the TD.
This tournament allows claims based on the six piece tablebase.
Draw offers are essentially restricted to one offer per player per game (called the Code of Conduct draw rule). See Playing Rules-Server 2d and/or TD Manual-Server 11.3.3 for details.
Ties are broken by the Baumbach tie breaking rule.
If needed, adjudicators will be selected by the TD.
Other participants can see the games only when they are finished, and at least 10 games are finished in the event.
The public can see the games only when they are finished, and at least 10 games are finished in the event.
This event is organized by Limbert, Neil.