Updated: 20/11/19

#DATEWHITERRBLACK
114/11/2019Jan Barron-Majerik10Alexander Barron-Majerik J8
214/11/2019Michael Dugdale10Jan Barron-Majerik
314/11/2019Jan Barron-Majerik10Rishi Vijayakumar J8
414/11/2019Michael Dugdale10Rishi Vijayakumar J8
514/11/2019Rishi Vijayakumar J810Alexander Barron-Majerik J8
614/11/2019Alexander Barron-Majerik01Michael Dugdale

Updated: 20/11/19
MEDAL TABLE ONE: 

Most points scored (including byes):

#PlayersPWDLByesPoints
1Michael Dugdale330003
2Jan Barron-Majerik320102
3Rishi Vijayakumar J8310201
4Alexander Barron-Majerik J8300300

Updated: 20/11/19

MEDAL TABLE TWO:
Best Win Percentage score, (excluding byes):

#PlayersPWDLPointsBYES% Point wise
1Michael Dugdale330030100%
2Jan Barron-Majerik32012067%
3Rishi Vijayakumar J831021033%
4Alexander Barron-Majerik J83003000%

Updated: 20/11/19

MEDAL TABLE THREE:
Published grade & TPR; best difference (excluding byes):
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#PlayersPWDLPointsSTART GRADETPRP/M
1Michael Dugdale3300315361675139
2Rishi Vijayakumar J83102148257896
3Alexander Barron-Majerik J830030216211-5
4Jan Barron-Majerik3201215351404-131

LADDER FINAL: Thurs 13th August 2020
Defending champion: Keith Rose!

It will involve every club night (a part from arranged Club competitions like 5-Minute and Allegro). You play in what you want or not as the case may be! Each night is a separate competition but the results will be combined as we move forward. See the new rules or contact me for more info. Lets give it a try and see how we get on, it looks fun. There will still be four places in the all-play-all Ladder final up for grabs so the more you play the better your chance of reaching that final! Before that we have 3 medals to be won!

LADDER RULES

 

1. This will be an allegro graded tournament; all matches will be put forward for grading.
2. The Chess Scotland Allegro rules will apply.
3. The” Qualifying and medal section” will run during the one season.
4. The Final “All-Play-All” section will be played by the end of June. (top 4 players)
5. No closing date.
6. All players enter on the nights by registering  before 7:45pm by writing their name and allegro grade on the sheet provided on the night.
7. Allegro grade’s are used; If no allegro grade then normal grade will be used; If ungraded competition organiser will give an estimate grade but this cannot be lower than 1100.
8. At 7:45pm the organiser will transfer the names to the relevant draw sheets.
9. TIME-CONTROL: – 15 Minutes each player (G/30)
10. ALL-PLAY-ALL FINAL SECTION: After the closing date for all matches to be played,  four players qualify for the final, which will be a all-play-all event, with the Champion & R/up places being decided. 
11 Three Medal Winners would be for:
A) Player scoring the most points (byes count); B) Player with the best win percentage (byes do not count); C) Player with the best grading performance relative to their published grade (byes don’t count).
12 To be eligible for any prize a player would have to play at least five nights
13 The winners of the three Medal tables qualify for the final and the runner up in table one also qualifies. (see rule 14)
14 If a player finishes top in more than one medal position, then the player who finishes second gets the ladder final qualifying place. (The player winning more than won medal table has to take the highest table qualifying place with 1 being the highest)
15 Point Scoring system: Win=1: Draw=½: Lose=0:  Byes=1 point:
16 TIE-BREAK RULES (In order of use) (All-Play-All Final section)
a) Head to Head score if applicable. (If more than one match combined score counts)
b) Play-Off – 15 minutes each, colour by lot.
c) If still unresolved, best of three, 5-minute matches, third match colour by lot.
d) Lowest graded player wins.
e) Toss of coin.