ICCF

MT-Richardson, Keith Richardson Memorial

TD Anderson, Gordon M. (IA)
Category 712345678910111213GMSIMIMCCMCCEScoreWinsSBRGPlace
1ENG210701SIMRhodes, John D.2402½½½½½.......2.505.571
2ENG210745SIMRawlings, Alan J. C.2394½½½½½.......2.505.571
3UKR940829CCMGalytskyi, Volodymyr2401½½½½½.......72.505.571
4DEN159028IMOttesen, Søren Rud2387½½½½.½......2.50574
5POL429125IMSławiński, Tomasz2410½½½½........20585
6POL429151IMSzerlak, Andrzej2406½½½.........1.503.7596
7SCO620345SIMMackintosh, Iain2414...½........0.501.25117
8ENG212902 Wharam, George2385............5000128
9GER81532GMBaumbach, Fritz2421............000128
10ENG211541CCMCatt, Peter2395............7000128
11ENG212018LGMHalliwell, Toni2400............7000128
12ENG210514SIMPheby, Ian M.2422............000128
13ENG212651CCMJames, Angus2399............7000128

Latest results from 2/24/2020 are displayed in red.

Not yet started: 0, Ongoing: 64, Adjudication pending: 0, Finished: 14

Keith Richardson was Britain's first CC Grandmaster and was considered by ICCF as one of two ''really outstanding''English players of the second half of the 20th century. Keith's CC achievements were finishing equal thrid in the World Championship finals VII and X. He was the only player to defeat the winner, Estrin, in the former of these finals. Keith also achieved two Olympiad final bronze medals with Great Britain between 1972 and 1982. Perhaps one of his best tournaments results was to finish second in the strong Bertl Von Massow Memorial. Keith was a dedicated member of the British CC Natcor but he was also a formidable over the board player, still playing until his untimely passing. His club, Camberley, now organise an annual rapid play event in his memory. Keith actually played in the XI Student chess Olympics in Krakow in 1964, so it is nice we have two Polish players represented in this memorial. Finally, EFCC are delighted and honoured that Keith's friend and former opponent, XI World Champion, Fritz Baumbach is taking part as well. Enjoy the tournament and play in the spirit of Amici sumus!

This is a server event.
The start date was 1/12/2020.
There is no end date.
ICCF standard time control 10 moves in 50 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).
45 days of leave per year are available to each player.
There is no special leave in this event.
Linear conditionals can be entered.
This tournament allows claims based on the seven piece tablebase.
Draw offers are restricted to one offer per player every 10 moves (called the ten moves draw rule).
Ties are broken by the Baumbach tie breaking rule.
If needed, adjudicators will be selected by the server.
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 Dearnley, Andrew.

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