Code:
No Name              Feder Rtg Loc  Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1  Pirotais, Jerome  TAS       2399 12    * W W W W W W W W W  W  W  W 
2  Bonham, Kevin     TAS       1884 10    L * W W W L W W W W  W  W  W 
3  Little, Ian       TAS       1720 8     L L * W L W L W W W  W  W  W 
4  Rumley, William   TAS       1711 8     L L L * W W L W W W  W  W  W 
5  Nguyen, Tan Thanh TAS       1862 8     L L W L * L W W W W  W  W  W 
6  Ivkovic, Milutin  TAS       1553 7.5   L W L L W * W L D W  W  W  W 
7  Maria, Alastair   TAS       1019 7     L L W W L L * L W W  W  W  W 
8  Shepherd, Chris   TAS       1417 6     L L L L L W W * L W  W  W  W 
9  Zeeman, Mark      TAS       1323 4.5   L L L L L D L W * L  W  W  W 
10 Swan, Owen        TAS       1051 4     L L L L L L L L W *  W  W  W 
11 Nagy, Alex        TAS       1434 2     L L L L L L L L L L  *  W  W 
12 Rumley, Rebecca   TAS       563  1     L L L L L L L L L L  L  *  W 
13 McCall, Bill      TAS            0     L L L L L L L L L L  L  L  *
Jerome just outplayed me from quite early on; I was really impressed with how he was able to deploy an accurate positional choke at this time control. Against Milutin in a 2R vs R ending with pawns (I was the rook up) I got distracted by all Milutin's swindle attempts and flagged - his tricks were so good that I still don't know if I was mating him in a few or losing in the final position! Against Tan in the final round I won by illegal move after he castled kingside landing on f1 and e1. (I was winning anyway). Great comeback by Ian who lost his first 3-4 in a row and then won most or all of the rest.

At Ian's suggestion we reverted to 2014 FIDE laws and added that a player could "press back" if the opponent knocked over pieces and didn't rectify before hitting the clock. 1 minute penalties for a 1/1 control are a bit much and interfere with the running of the tournament (especially with playing arbiters!)