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Bas
17-02-2005, 07:51 PM
Announcement for the 39th BALLARAT BEGONIA TOURNAMENT
(12-14th March 2005).

Invitations are extended for the 39th Ballarat Begonia Open to be conducted by the Ballarat Chess Club Inc. The tournament will be FIDE rated and it will be part of the Grand Prix (Class 3).
It will be held at the regular venue, which offers excellent playing conditions and is located in the heart of the city close to all facilities.

Date: The Victorian Labour Day long weekend,
Saturday 12th to Monday 14th March 2005.

Venue: AmenitiesCentre, Old Gaol Building, School of Mines,
Lydiard St South, Ballarat.

Schedule: The tournament will be a 7 round Swiss starting at 1.45 pm Saturday with the final round on Monday at 2.30 pm. The rate of play will be 90 minutes plus 30 seconds per move increment from move 1.

Entries: $70.00 adult, $55.00 concession for pensioners and unemployed
$40 for juniors under 14 years of age.

Prizes: Outright prizes: 1st $1,000 2nd $500 3rd $300 4th $200
Three Rating Groups: 1st $300 2nd $150
All prizes are guaranteed by the club.

The organising committee has pre-booked a limited quantity of budget accommodation, which will be allocated on first application basis, so if you are interested please contact us early.

Contacts.Telephone: Patrick Cook 03 5331 6658 or Scott Stewart 0411 465 976
Postal Box1242, Ballarat Mail Centre Vic 3354
E-mail: patrickcook1@hotmail.com



Web sites: http://www.ballaratchess.goldlinksweb.com
or http://www.auschess.org.au/ballarat/bccindex.htm
Accomodation and tourist activities: http://www.ballarat.com/
The Begonia Festival: http://www.ballaratbegoniafestival.com/
Public transport: http://www.vlinepassenger.com.au/timetables/

firegoat7
18-02-2005, 10:57 AM
Dear Bas,

Top flyer. Nice first prize. I have to get to Ballarat this year.

Cheers David

firegoat7
18-02-2005, 11:07 AM
Dear Bas,

Have you considered using DGT boards for the Ballarat event? Im sure the pit would be an awesome place for their use. Hopefully Gary Bekker would be able to give you a walk through.

Cheers David

Bas
19-02-2005, 12:02 PM
Hi David,




Top flyer. Nice first prize. I have to get to Ballarat this year.

Cheers David
I must admit, that I have been wondering what has lately kept you away from the Begonia. Meanwhile, you definitely have missed some interesting competition...!
Looking forward seeing you again in Ballarat, David!

This year, the group's prizes have increased, whith the others remaining the same as last year's.

With respect to the intruduction of DGT boards, we have discussed this for a number of years (with Gary), but the extra work and the need for a special person to look after the hook-up during the tournament has been the bottle-necks sofar.
As far as I know (I am not on the organising committee anymore), the use of DGT boards are not planned for this year's tournament either.

JGB
05-03-2005, 08:11 PM
Just a week to go! I better book some accom. soon or maybe ill just camp out, whatever. :)

Bas
08-03-2005, 09:48 PM
Hi all,

Only a few nights sleep, and we will have the Ballarat Begonia (12-14March), one of the (2?) undisputed /definite Grand Slam tournaments in Australian chess. It will be a busy time with the other major (The Doeberl Cup) only one and a half week between them.
The very good news is that the weather during the Begonia weekend will be excellent (guaranteed, promise!) and that our Begonias look better than ever. No reason to stay away from Ballarat this coming weekend!!

I did follow some of the arguments on the Doeberl Cup thread with interest, especially those about the suggestion by some to have Major and Minor sections considered in Ballarat.
The main two arguments were: 1) the Ballarat Begonia tournament has now expanded so much (about 120 players), that a 7 round Swiss to e played in one section only, could be viewed as a bit of a lottery near the top of the ladder; and 2) many (of the weaker) players would prefer to play against peers within a more restricted rating field. The introduction of additional groups (eg Major, Minor) would cater for these people, and at the same time solve item no.1

The organising committee has indicated that the Begonia will consider (depending on the number of entrees) applying the accelerated pairing, this year. A possibility not mentioned in the earlier discussions.
This move would also (partly) solve problem no.2. In addition, I would like to mention that the introduction of additional groups in Ballarat would create an extra logistical burden for a club which is already stretched to the limit, organising a tournament of this size.

Bas

Garvinator
08-03-2005, 10:49 PM
In addition, I would like to mention that the introduction of additional groups in Ballarat would create an extra logistical burden for a club which is already stretched to the limit, organising a tournament of this size.

Bas
I understand that it might require a small amount of extra work, but I dont believe it would be that high.

Bas
09-03-2005, 02:35 PM
I understand that it might require a small amount of extra work, but I dont believe it would be that high.

For a starters (no pun intended!) what about the extra arbiters (and admin) you need when you introduce additional groups? How many did you use at Mt Buller for instance? Paid even....
Also many helpers are available at Canberra every year.
On the other hand, we in Ballarat are depending on volunteers/club members, who all (want to) play in the tournament itself. Except for one: the single DOP, Kevin Perrin. Hard if one considers a membership base of about 15 people!
Perhaps it could be done if we start paying those additional arbiters required? Which in turn, can be done if we can attract even more entrees. But then, we would need more price money etc etc. It always will be a very fine balance, I imagine.
The next question: is the existing venue large enough to cater for several groups. Perhaps I am sounding a bit graygray (=negative) atm with my arguments, but given enough support and a lot of planning, I feel that it can be done ultimately. I personally do hope that it will happen some day...

DoroPhil
09-03-2005, 04:01 PM
Hi there!

How about a list of people who already entered? Or maybe at least a list of top players who already entered?

Garvinator
09-03-2005, 04:52 PM
For a starters (no pun intended!) what about the extra arbiters (and admin) you need when you introduce additional groups? How many did you use at Mt Buller for instance? Paid even....
Four for the open and three for the juniors,as it turned out this was clearly the wrong number way round.


Perhaps it could be done if we start paying those additional arbiters required? Which in turn, can be done if we can attract even more entrees. But then, we would need more price money etc etc. It always will be a very fine balance, I imagine.
The next question: is the existing venue large enough to cater for several groups. Perhaps I am sounding a bit graygray (=negative) atm with my arguments, but given enough support and a lot of planning, I feel that it can be done ultimately. I personally do hope that it will happen some day...it is easy to sound like i have in the past when the shoe is on the other foot and now you are the organiser and I am the one pitching thoughts and ideas and you have to make realistic and thought out decisions :D

If the u1600 tournament was in the main hall and attracted 20 or so extra total players, so you had say 150 approx instead of your current numbers, then you might be able to get away with no extra arbiters. Depending of course on how many u use at the moment.

ursogr8
09-03-2005, 05:07 PM
hi Bas

Good luck with the Ballarat tourney.

With just 3 days to go before the start of the 2004 VIC OPEN week-ender we had (from memory) 85 entrants paid out of an eventual 97 starters in the tourney. This high early-entry rate was achieved by offering a substantial early-bird discount. Thus two bottlenecks are alleviated
> collection of money and input of names to SP
> set-up the correct number of boards etc.

I notice in a few of our tournaments now that juniors and concession entrants are very canny seekers of the early-bird discount; so much so that the concession discount becomes unnecessary. :cool:

regards
starter

eclectic
09-03-2005, 05:11 PM
I notice in a few of our tournaments now that juniors and concession entrants are very canny seekers of the early-bird discount; so much so that the concession discount becomes unnecessary. :cool:

regards
starter

which then means an early bird discount becomes a concession discount for non concessioners who catch their worm early

;)

eclectic

ursogr8
09-03-2005, 05:17 PM
^
Exactly the benefit I was describing.....good behaviour by more entrants.

starter

Bas
11-03-2005, 04:05 PM
Hi there!

How about a list of people who already entered? Or maybe at least a list of top players who already entered?

Unfortunately, there is no list available yet, and I am too far away from the organisation to provide details. I was told that the number of confirmed entrees is very similar to last year's, but the bulk of the players simply turn up 'on the day'. Kevin informed me that an American (?Petersen), writing for Chess Life, has entered. I do know that Ian Rogers is not playing and that is about it. Oh, and I am definitely playing....

In reply to graygray who wrote:
" ....depending of course on how many u use at the moment".

we have 'used' only one arbiter for the last 35 or so years.... Imagine the upheaval in Ballarat (!?), if we all of a sudden have to find another 2 or 3 volunteers to play the roles of arbiter.

Meanwhile, I am planning to do some reporting on this (esteemed) Bulletin
board as results become available, and as much as my own playing schedule allows me to.
Games en pictures will be uploaded unto my website:http://www.auschess.org.au/ballarat/bccindex.htm

Bas
12-03-2005, 06:09 PM
Having a break in between round 1 and 2 of the Begonia. Very little time, therefore will have to keep it brief.
Turnout is 105 players, less than last year but the organisers are quite happy it seems, given the proximity (in time) to the Doeberl. It is believed that some of the Mt Buller 'fanatics' have decided to give chess a break and spend some time with family or whatever...Oh, the trouble Mt Buller has caused..! :)
The arbiter, Kevin Perrin, has decided to apply the accelerated swiss draw during the first two rounds. perhaps even three! GWastell suggested 2.5 rounds but I am not sure what he had in mind...
As a result, we saw already a few interesting games in this round (I believe) with a draw between Mirko Rujevic and Pecak on board 4.
Hopefully, I can give some detailed results after tonite's 2nd round.Quite a few games were still in progress when I left the venue.
Daryl Johansen (1) had just won against Angelo Tsekorakis. Solomon (2), David Smerdon (3) and Partsi (5) had also won their respective games. The others in the top 10 also won (I don't remember the order): Jonathan Humfrey, David Hacche, Stewart Booth, Denis Bourmistrov, Drago. Did I forget anyone? Denis may have been seeded 11, now I come to think...
Anyway, no big dramas so far.
Got to go..

Bas

Garvinator
12-03-2005, 06:56 PM
The arbiter, Kevin Perrin, has decided to apply the accelerated swiss draw during the first two rounds. perhaps even three!
:clap: :clap:

Alan Shore
12-03-2005, 09:42 PM
The arbiter, Kevin Perrin, has decided to apply the accelerated swiss draw during the first two rounds. perhaps even three!

:doh: :doh:

arosar
12-03-2005, 11:51 PM
:hmm: :eh:

AR

Trent Parker
13-03-2005, 12:27 AM
:wall: :wall: lol

Garvinator
13-03-2005, 01:49 AM
so many emoticons, are we too lazy to type :lol: :lol:

Alan Shore
13-03-2005, 03:54 AM
Hehe :D

AR If you read starter's competitive thread, it might clue you in a little more.

However, to save you the pain... Garvin supports the acc. swiss, I do not. :cool:

Garvinator
13-03-2005, 04:18 AM
Hehe :D

AR If you read starter's competitive thread, it might clue you in a little more.

However, to save you the pain... Garvin supports the acc. swiss, I do not. :cool:
i dont support saving Amiel any pain ;) .

I dont support acceleration in every case. I just believe that, correctly applied, acceleration is a very good option for the tournaments conditions at Ballarat.

Bas
13-03-2005, 06:13 PM
Here is the list of players of the Ballarat Begonia:
Will try to generate and copy a xtable, but running out of time...
In the 4th round Smerdon beat Solomon in a very complicated game with Solomon having the better chances most of the time ( according to some prelim commenst). Smerdon is the only player on 4/4. Johansen drew with Bourmistrov (both on 3.5/4). Together with a few others..._
No Name Feder Loc Title

1. JOHANSEN, Darryl VIC 2491 gm
2. SOLOMON, Stephen QLD 2399 im
3. SMERDON, David VIC 2388 im
4. RUJEVIC, Mirko VIC 2295 im
5. PARTSI, Dimitry VIC 2180
6. HUMPHREY, Jonathan VIC 2176
7. BOOTH, Stewart VIC 2138
8. DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj VIC 2138
9. HACCHE, David VIC 2117
10. BOURMISTROV, Denis VIC 2025
11. LOJANICA, Milenko VIC 2003
12. FLITNEY, Adrian VIC 1981
13. STOJIC, Dusan VIC 1969
14. WALLIS, Christopher VIC 1950
15. DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija VIC 1942
16. LY, Thai VIC 1922
17. PYKE, Malcolm VIC 1915
18. HOGG, Dean VIC 1892
19. VOON, Richard VIC 1890
20. KALISCH, Tom VIC 1888
21. DAVIS, Tony VIC 1878
22. ANDERSON, Alistair VIC 1867
23. HOLT, Kenneth VIC 1863
24. PETERSON, Macauley USA 1857
25. LIN, Zhigen VIC 1852
26. VAN RIEL, Bas VIC 1847
27. TSAGARAKIS, Angelo VIC 1839
28. GIBBS, Glen TAS 1834
29. BARROW, Nigel VIC 1833
30. PECAK, Mariusz OS 1820
31. FROST, Peter VIC 1813
32. STOJIC, Svetozar VIC 1807
33. FLUDE, David VIC 1788
34. WOLF, Peter VIC 1775
35. ROBERTS, Mark VIC 1768
36. SZUVEGES, Narelle VIC 1765 wim
37. DOBLIES, Wenmer GER 1740
38. McCART, Richard VIC 1732
39. STEWART, Scott VIC 1730
40. SHARMAN, Scot VIC 1720
41. KARA, Barbaros VIC 1712
42. JAGO, Stephen VIC 1708
43. DOUR, Nicholas VIC 1687
44. JENKINS, Keith VIC 1673
45. BROCKMAN, Roland VIC 1667
46. BECKMAN, John VIC 1619
47. KAPLAN, Alex VIC 1612
48. GHOBRIAL, Adel VIC 1609
49. MOLLARD, Max VIC 1608
50. BEARUP, Paul VIC 1596
51. COOK, Patrick VIC 1592
52. POTTER, Matthew VIC 1569
53. SOCO, Dejan VIC 1561
54. MELDAU, Henning VIC 1550
55. MAGUIRE, Jesse ACT 1542
56. FEREDAY, Anthony VIC 1531
57. STANISHEFF, Alex VIC 1525
58. WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) VIC 1525
59. BROTHERIDGE, Jamie VIC 1520
60. TAYLOR, Stephen ACT 1510
61. MORRIS, James VIC 1505
62. BAILEY, Robert VIC 1468
63. BONNING, James VIC 1464
64. POTTER, Christopher VIC 1450
65. BENNETT, Calvin VIC 1446
66. BAILEY, Mitchel VIC 1432
67. IVANOV, Nikola VIC 1419
68. YU, Derek VIC 1405
69. KERKSAL, David VIC 1390
70. ELDRIDGE, James VIC 1369
71. COUTTS, William VIC 1355
72. BEGGS, Joel VIC 1350
73. ELLIOTT, Alan VIC 1345
74. SCHON, Eugene VIC 1343
75. KOSTRZEWA, Jake VIC 1334
76. HAMILTON, Ian VIC 1333
77. GLENTON, Alan VIC 1312
78. BROWN, Cyril SA 1311
79. FRANGAKIS, John VIC 1308
80. LAWRIE, Andrew VIC 1300
81. POTTER, Michael VIC 1299
82. DALTON, Samuel SA 1294
83. DALTON, Joshua SA 1279
84. BAXTER, Craig VIC 1256
85. COONEY, Matt VIC 1249
86. DALTON, Laurie SA 1206
87. POTTER, Daniel VIC 1152
88. THEODOSIOU, Peter VIC 1126
89. YOUNG, Darren VIC 1126
90. BELL, David VIC 1047
91. IVERSEN, Matthew VIC 1000
92. YU, Sally VIC 958
93. KENMURE, Jamie VIC 913
94. EUSTACE, Sophie SA 907
95. WANG, Shu-Yu VIC 885
96. BALNIONIS, Alex VIC 850
97. BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T VIC 830
98. SAUNDERS, JACK VIC 820
99. KNAPP, Katrina VIC 800
100. McCART, Tully VIC 737
101. FARRELLY, Catherine VIC 684
102. VAN DIJK, Marieke VIC 666
103. WICKS, Michael VIC 467
104. STOCKY, Nick VIC 260
105. SETTLE, Jon VIC 250

ursogr8
14-03-2005, 09:38 AM
Impressions of Day 2 at Ballarat (Begonia) 2005

Read starter comments here (http://p066.*******.com/f**************frm10.addTopicFromWeb)

starter

ps Warning to eclectic...board crossing here. ;)

Rincewind
14-03-2005, 09:56 AM
Impressions of Day 2 at Ballarat (Begonia) 2005

Read starter comments here (http://p066.*******.com/f**************frm10.addTopicFromWeb)

starter

ps Warning to eclectic...board crossing here. ;)

Starter, If you want to post here, post here. If you want to post on UCJ please do. But don't continue to just post links. Apart from anything else that board contains posts with highly unsavoury language.

ursogr8
14-03-2005, 10:04 AM
Well Baz

Technically you have been brought undone by a technicality. Accidental, by me.
The here in post#24 does not go where I intended it to go. It does not go to the crude, lewd and rude at all. So your advice is misplaced, on this occasion.

However you have a huge store of goodwill, and even though your reputation is only at the 2 level (whereas most PREMIUMS, according to gg'' are at the 3), I respect your views.

Would you be comfortable if I just advised this board that I had posted something of interest elsewhere, without giving the link?

Why are we not conversing via PMs?

regards
starter

Rincewind
14-03-2005, 10:09 AM
Would you be comfortable if I just advised this board that I had posted something of interest elsewhere, without giving the link?

As you own the coyright you could post it in both places or just one, your choice. Cross board 'spamming' is discouraged.

We are not PMing as it is not private and I'm not going to enter into correspondence on the matter.

Bill Gletsos
14-03-2005, 10:09 AM
Would you be comfortable if I just advised this board that I had posted something of interest elsewhere, without giving the link?Why can you not just post it here.
Perhaps if you wish to only post it over there and not post information here, you should seriously reconsider your reason for posting here at all.

ursogr8
14-03-2005, 10:16 AM
As you own the coyright you could post it in both places or just one, your choice. Cross board 'spamming' is discouraged.

We are not PMing as it is not private and I'm not going to enter into correspondence on the matter.

I accept 100% your direction Baz.

Cross board spamming (whatever that is) did not occur.


starter

Rincewind
14-03-2005, 10:21 AM
I accept 100% your direction Baz.

Cross board spamming (whatever that is) did not occur.

Good, since future infractions will be summarily removed.

ursogr8
14-03-2005, 10:23 AM
Why can you not just post it here.

Technically I can Bill, you should know that. 3400 p-t-d show I know how to post.
You make a choice to post only in the Coffee Lounge (save for 1 when goaded)....are your choices the only allowable choices?



Perhaps if you wish to only post it over there and not post information here, you should seriously reconsider your reason for posting here at all.

Feel free to run a vote on whether I should.
With your reputation sitting as three green lights and mine sitting at 1 you must consider yourself a shoe-in to achieve what you apparently want to achieve.




starter

ursogr8
14-03-2005, 11:07 AM
Why can you not just post it here.
Perhaps if you wish to only post it over there and not post information here, you should seriously reconsider your reason for posting here at all.


Bill

Let me see if I understand the equation you are pointing to here.

First............when I post


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.

^
Bump

Karthick goes bananas about me wasting space with bumps

but Second.....when I post

See link, which incidentally must save a lot more space than the BUMP caused, you want me to use server space and post the longish report I put on Ballarat (Begonia) on UCJ.

Hard to know whether to follow K.'s (save) advice or your (more prolifigate) advice.

starter

Bill Gletsos
14-03-2005, 11:52 AM
Technically I can Bill, you should know that. 3400 p-t-d show I know how to post.
You make a choice to post only in the Coffee Lounge (save for 1 when goaded)....are your choices the only allowable choices?It is fairly simple starter. I choose not to copy most of Denovo Memes rubbish over here or even point to it. Those bits I do, I mainly do so in the Coffee Lounge.

You seem to be wanting to support Denovo's board by posting information there and not here and then referring people to his board.

It would appear from Barry's post earlier that the Mods wont continue to tolerate you doing that.

Feel free to run a vote on whether I should.I'm not about to run some stupid poll like some others.

With your reputation sitting as three green lights and mine sitting at 1 you must consider yourself a shoe-in to achieve what you apparently want to achieve.I'm simply questioning your agenda of choosing to post there and not here and then directing others over there.

Bill Gletsos
14-03-2005, 12:01 PM
Bill

Let me see if I understand the equation you are pointing to here.

First............when I post


^
Bump

Karthick goes bananas about me wasting space with bumps

but Second.....when I post

See link, which incidentally must save a lot more space than the BUMP caused, you want me to use server space and post the longish report I put on Ballarat (Begonia) on UCJ.

Hard to know whether to follow K.'s (save) advice or your (more prolifigate) advice.That is the lamest excuse I have heard in a long time. If you dont wish to post stuff here thats fine, but its a bit rich posting stuff on another BB and directing people from this BB over to it. In fact until you posted over there, there was no thread on Ballarat on that board.
Given a thread already existed on it here, it would seemingly have made sense to post it here, especially given the case that all 17 users of his baord appear to read and/or post here.

As such I just question your agenda.

arosar
14-03-2005, 12:31 PM
This bloody starter is just being provocative ain't he? Teach him a lesson why don't ya?

AR

Bas
14-03-2005, 01:08 PM
The draw of round 6:
So far, Smerdon, Johansen, Partsi, Bourmistrov had won their games. Rujevic, Humphrey and Booth looked better to me.

No Name Loc Total Result Name Loc Total

1 HACCHE, David 2117 [4.5] : SMERDON, David 2388 [4.5]
2 JOHANSEN, Darryl 2491 [4] : PYKE, Malcolm 1915 [4]
3 RUJEVIC, Mirko 2295 [4] : STOJIC, Dusan 1969 [4]
4 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj 2138 [4] : PARTSI, Dimitry 2180 [4]
5 HUMPHREY, Jonathan 2176 [4] : LIN, Zhigen 1852 [4]
6 WALLIS, Christopher 1950 [4] : BOOTH, Stewart 2138 [4]
7 SOLOMON, Stephen 2399 [3.5] : ANDERSON, Alistair 1867 [3.5]
8 BOURMISTROV, Denis 2025 [3.5] : PECAK, Mariusz 1820 [3.5]
9 PETERSON, Macauley 1857 [3.5] : LOJANICA, Milenko 2003 [3.5]
10 FROST, Peter 1813 [3.5] : DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija 1942 [3.5]
11 HOGG, Dean 1892 [3.5] : BEARUP, Paul 1596 [3.5]
12 FLITNEY, Adrian 1981 [3] : BECKMAN, John 1619 [3]
13 BROCKMAN, Roland 1667 [3] : LY, Thai 1922 [3]
14 COOK, Patrick 1592 [3] : VOON, Richard 1890 [3]
15 FEREDAY, Anthony 1531 [3] : HOLT, Kenneth 1863 [3]
16 TSAGARAKIS, Angelo 1839 [3] : MAGUIRE, Jesse 1542 [3]
17 WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) 1525 [3] : GIBBS, Glen 1834 [3]
18 FLUDE, David 1788 [3] : STANISHEFF, Alex 1525 [3]
19 TAYLOR, Stephen 1510 [3] : SZUVEGES, Narelle 1765 [3]
20 DOBLIES, Werner 1740 [3] : BROTHERIDGE, Jamie 1520 [3]
21 DOUR, Nicholas 1687 [3] : BENNETT, Calvin 1446 [3]
22 KALISCH, Tom 1888 [2.5] : COONEY, Matthew 1249 [3]
23 MOLLARD, Max 1608 [2.5] : DAVIS, Tony 1878 [2.5]
24 VAN RIEL, Bas 1847 [2.5] : KAPLAN, Alex 1612 [2.5]
25 BARROW, Nigel 1833 [2.5] : POTTER, Matthew 1569 [2.5]
26 MELDAU, Henning 1550 [2.5] : STOJIC, Svetozar 1807 [2.5]
27 BONNING, James 1464 [2.5] : WOLF, Peter 1775 [2.5]
28 ROBERTS, Mark 1768 [2.5] : IVANOV, Nikola 1419 [2.5]
29 BAILEY, Mitchel 1432 [2.5] : SHARMAN, Scot 1720 [2.5]
30 YU, Derek 1405 [2.5] : JAGO, Stephen 1708 [2.5]
31 DALTON, Laurie 1206 [2.5] : JENKINS, Keith 1673 [2.5]
32 STEWART, Scott 1730 [2] : KERKSAL, David 1390 [2.5]
33 GLENTON, Alan 1312 [2] : McCART, Richard 1732 [2]
34 KARA, Barbaros 1712 [2] : POTTER, Michael 1299 [2]
35 FRANGAKIS, John 1308 [2] : GHOBRIAL, Adel 1609 [2]
36 BAXTER, Craig 1256 [2] : SOCO, Dejan 1561 [2]
37 YU, Sally 958 [2] : MORRIS, James 1505 [2]
38 POTTER, Christopher 1450 [2] : YOUNG, Darren 1126 [2]
39 ELDRIDGE, James 1369 [2] : KENMURE, Jamie 913 [2]
40 SETTLE, Jon 250 [2] : COUTTS, William 1355 [2]
41 BEGGS, Joel 1350 [2] : IVERSEN, Matthew 1000 [2]
42 THEODOSIOU, Peter 1126 [2] : ELLIOTT, Alan 1345 [2]
43 SCHON, Eugene 1343 [2] : WICKS, Michael 467 [2]
44 EUSTACE, Sophie 907 [2] : BROWN, Cyril 1311 [1.5]
45 BAILEY, Robert 1468 [1.5] : DALTON, Joshua 1279 [1.5]
46 KOSTRZEWA, Jake 1334 [1.5] : POTTER, Daniel 1152 [1.5]
47 DALTON, Samuel 1294 [1.5] : BALNIONIS, Alex 850 [1.5]
48 SAUNDERS, JACK 820 [1] : HAMILTON, Ian 1333 [1]
49 McCART, Tully 737 [1] : BELL, David 1047 [1]
50 VAN DIJK, Marieke 666 [1] : WANG, Shu-Yu 885 [1]
51 BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T 830 [1] : FARRELLY, Catherine 684 [1]
52 LAWRIE, Andrew 1300 [.5] : STOCKY, Nick 260 [1]
53 KNAPP, Katrina 800 [0] 1:0 BYE

Bill Gletsos
14-03-2005, 01:18 PM
No Name Loc Total Result Name Loc Total

1 HACCHE, David 2117 [4.5] : SMERDON, David 2388 [4.5]
2 JOHANSEN, Darryl 2491 [4] : PYKE, Malcolm 1915 [4]
3 RUJEVIC, Mirko 2295 [4] : STOJIC, Dusan 1969 [4]
4 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj 2138 [4] : PARTSI, Dimitry 2180 [4]
5 HUMPHREY, Jonathan 2176 [4] : LIN, Zhigen 1852 [4]
6 WALLIS, Christopher 1950 [4] : BOOTH, Stewart 2138 [4]
7 SOLOMON, Stephen 2399 [3.5] : ANDERSON, Alistair 1867 [3.5]
8 BOURMISTROV, Denis 2025 [3.5] : PECAK, Mariusz 1820 [3.5]
9 PETERSON, Macauley 1857 [3.5] : LOJANICA, Milenko 2003 [3.5]
10 FROST, Peter 1813 [3.5] : DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija 1942 [3.5]
11 HOGG, Dean 1892 [3.5] : BEARUP, Paul 1596 [3.5]
12 FLITNEY, Adrian 1981 [3] : BECKMAN, John 1619 [3]
13 BROCKMAN, Roland 1667 [3] : LY, Thai 1922 [3]
14 COOK, Patrick 1592 [3] : VOON, Richard 1890 [3]
15 FEREDAY, Anthony 1531 [3] : HOLT, Kenneth 1863 [3]
16 TSAGARAKIS, Angelo 1839 [3] : MAGUIRE, Jesse 1542 [3]
17 WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) 1525 [3] : GIBBS, Glen 1834 [3]
18 FLUDE, David 1788 [3] : STANISHEFF, Alex 1525 [3]
19 TAYLOR, Stephen 1510 [3] : SZUVEGES, Narelle 1765 [3]
20 DOBLIES, Werner 1740 [3] : BROTHERIDGE, Jamie 1520 [3]
21 DOUR, Nicholas 1687 [3] : BENNETT, Calvin 1446 [3]
22 KALISCH, Tom 1888 [2.5] : COONEY, Matthew 1249 [3]
23 MOLLARD, Max 1608 [2.5] : DAVIS, Tony 1878 [2.5]
24 VAN RIEL, Bas 1847 [2.5] : KAPLAN, Alex 1612 [2.5]
25 BARROW, Nigel 1833 [2.5] : POTTER, Matthew 1569 [2.5]
26 MELDAU, Henning 1550 [2.5] : STOJIC, Svetozar 1807 [2.5]
27 BONNING, James 1464 [2.5] : WOLF, Peter 1775 [2.5]
28 ROBERTS, Mark 1768 [2.5] : IVANOV, Nikola 1419 [2.5]
29 BAILEY, Mitchel 1432 [2.5] : SHARMAN, Scot 1720 [2.5]
30 YU, Derek 1405 [2.5] : JAGO, Stephen 1708 [2.5]
31 DALTON, Laurie 1206 [2.5] : JENKINS, Keith 1673 [2.5]
32 STEWART, Scott 1730 [2] : KERKSAL, David 1390 [2.5]
33 GLENTON, Alan 1312 [2] : McCART, Richard 1732 [2]
34 KARA, Barbaros 1712 [2] : POTTER, Michael 1299 [2]
35 FRANGAKIS, John 1308 [2] : GHOBRIAL, Adel 1609 [2]
36 BAXTER, Craig 1256 [2] : SOCO, Dejan 1561 [2]
37 YU, Sally 958 [2] : MORRIS, James 1505 [2]
38 POTTER, Christopher 1450 [2] : YOUNG, Darren 1126 [2]
39 ELDRIDGE, James 1369 [2] : KENMURE, Jamie 913 [2]
40 SETTLE, Jon 250 [2] : COUTTS, William 1355 [2]
41 BEGGS, Joel 1350 [2] : IVERSEN, Matthew 1000 [2]
42 THEODOSIOU, Peter 1126 [2] : ELLIOTT, Alan 1345 [2]
43 SCHON, Eugene 1343 [2] : WICKS, Michael 467 [2]
44 EUSTACE, Sophie 907 [2] : BROWN, Cyril 1311 [1.5]
45 BAILEY, Robert 1468 [1.5] : DALTON, Joshua 1279 [1.5]
46 KOSTRZEWA, Jake 1334 [1.5] : POTTER, Daniel 1152 [1.5]
47 DALTON, Samuel 1294 [1.5] : BALNIONIS, Alex 850 [1.5]
48 SAUNDERS, JACK 820 [1] : HAMILTON, Ian 1333 [1]
49 McCART, Tully 737 [1] : BELL, David 1047 [1]
50 VAN DIJK, Marieke 666 [1] : WANG, Shu-Yu 885 [1]
51 BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T 830 [1] : FARRELLY, Catherine 684 [1]
52 LAWRIE, Andrew 1300 [.5] : STOCKY, Nick 260 [1]
53 KNAPP, Katrina 800 [0] 1:0 BYE

Ian Rout
14-03-2005, 01:56 PM
So after all that are we getting starter's report or not, or have I missed it?

pballard
14-03-2005, 02:31 PM
So after all that are we getting starter's report or not, or have I missed it?

Hear hear.

starter's link didn't work, and I'd like to read impressions from him... or anyone else.

And what is cross-board spamming?

--
Peter

Libby
14-03-2005, 03:03 PM
So after all that are we getting starter's report or not, or have I missed it?

If we could just avoid the cross-board politicking .... :doh:

It's on the other board and quite a good read. And whilst I respect Matt's willingness to have a go etc, and I think I've shown myself to be something less than a fainting flower, his personal use of the, exceptionally crude and particularly offensive to women, language will keep me on this side of the fence.

Although I can't see what all the fuss and bother is about with him starting his own board. The only publicity he seems to be getting is people griping here about what's over there. :wall:

bobby1972
14-03-2005, 06:14 PM
who won,any news ?

JGB
14-03-2005, 08:09 PM
who won,any news ?

David Smerdon won.

Bas
14-03-2005, 08:58 PM
Last round Begonia. Sorry Bill G for the sloppy formatting but I can't be bothered atm

No Name Loc Total Result Name Loc Total

1 PARTSI, Dimitry 2180 [5] 0:1 SMERDON, David 2388 [5.5]
2 BOOTH, Stewart 2138 [5] 0:1 JOHANSEN, Darryl 2491 [5]
3 STOJIC, Dusan 1969 [5] 0:1 HUMPHREY, Jonathan 2176 [5]
4 LOJANICA, Milenko 2003 [4.5] 0:1 SOLOMON, Stephen 2399 [4.5]
5 HOGG, Dean 1892 [4.5] 0:1 HACCHE, David 2117 [4.5]
6 FROST, Peter 1813 [4.5] 0:1 BOURMISTROV, Denis 2025 [4.5]
7 HOLT, Kenneth 1863 [4] 1:0 RUJEVIC, Mirko 2295 [4]
8 PYKE, Malcolm 1915 [4] .5:.5 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj 2138 [4]
9 SZUVEGES, Narelle 1765 [4] 1:0 FLITNEY, Adrian 1981 [4]
10 LIN, Zhigen 1852 [4] .5:.5 WALLIS, Christopher 1950 [4]
11 LY, Thai 1922 [4] 1:0 TSAGARAKIS, Angelo 1839 [4]
12 DIZDAREVIC, M 1942 [3.5] 1:0 DOBLIES, Werner 1740 [3.5]
13 VOON, Richard 1890 [3.5] 0:1 SHARMAN, Scot 1720 [3.5]
14 DAVIS, Tony 1878 [3.5] 1:0 JENKINS, Keith 1673 [3.5]
15 ANDERSON, Alistair 1867 [3.5] 1:0 DOUR, Nicholas 1687 [3.5]
16 STANISHEFF, Alex 1525 [3.5] .5:.5 VAN RIEL, Bas 1847 [3.5]
17 GIBBS, Glen 1834 [3.5] .5:.5 YU, Derek 1405 [3.5]
18 BEARUP, Paul 1596 [3.5] 0:1 BARROW, Nigel 1833 [3.5]
19 PECAK, Mariusz 1820 [3.5] 1:0 COOK, Patrick 1592 [3.5]
20 STOJIC, Svetozar 1807 [3.5] 1:0 WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) 1525 [3.5]
21 COONEY, Matthew 1249 [3.5] 0:1 FLUDE, David 1788 [3.5]
22 BROTHERIDGE, Jamie 1520 [3.5] 0:1 ROBERTS, Mark 1768 [3.5]
23 BENNETT, Calvin 1446 [3.5] 0:1 KARA, Barbaros 1712 [3]
24 FEREDAY, Anthony 1531 [3] 0:1 KALISCH, Tom 1888 [3]
25 WOLF, Peter 1775 [3] 1:0 TAYLOR, Stephen 1510 [3]
26 COUTTS, William 1355 [3] 0:1 STEWART, Scott 1730 [3]
27 MORRIS, James 1505 [3] 1:0 BROCKMAN, Roland 1667 [3]
28 BECKMAN, John 1619 [3] .5:.5 BONNING, James 1464 [3]
29 GHOBRIAL, Adel 1609 [3] .5:.5 SCHON, Eugene 1343 [3]
30 SOCO, Dejan 1561 [3] .5:.5 POTTER, Christopher 1450 [3]
31 MAGUIRE, Jesse 1542 [3] 1:0 BEGGS, Joel 1350 [3]
32 JAGO, Stephen 1708 [2.5] .5:.5 GLENTON, Alan 1312 [3]
33 BROWN, Cyril 1311 [2.5] 0:1 KAPLAN, Alex 1612 [2.5]
34 ELLIOTT, Alan 1345 [2.5] 1:0 MOLLARD, Max 1608 [2.5]
35 POTTER, Matthew 1569 [2.5] 1:0 DALTON, Samuel 1294 [2.5]
36 KENMURE, Jamie 913 [2.5] 0:1 MELDAU, Henning 1550 [2.5]
37 DALTON, Joshua 1279 [2.5] 1:0 BAILEY, Mitchel 1432 [2.5]
38 IVANOV, Nikola 1419 [2.5] 1:0 DALTON, Laurie 1206 [2.5]
39 KERKSAL, David 1390 [2.5] 1:0 THEODOSIOU, Peter 1126 [2.5]
40 POTTER, Daniel 1152 [2.5] 0:1 ELDRIDGE, James 1369 [2.5]
41 McCART, Richard 1732 [2] 1:0 IVERSEN, Matthew 1000 [2]
42 HAMILTON, Ian 1333 [2] 1:0 YU, Sally 958 [2]
43 WANG, Shu-Yu 885 [2] 1:0 FRANGAKIS, John 1308 [2]
44 POTTER, Michael 1299 [2] 1:0 EUSTACE, Sophie 907 [2]
45 WICKS, Michael 467 [2] 1:0 BAXTER, Craig 1256 [2]
46 YOUNG, Darren 1126 [2] .5:.5 BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T 830 [2] 47 BELL, David 1047 [2] 1:0 SETTLE, Jon 250 [2]
48 BALNIONIS, Alex 850 [1.5] .5:.5 BAILEY, Robert 1468 [1.5]
49 McCART, Tully 737 [1] 0:1 KOSTRZEWA, Jake 1334 [1.5]
50 KNAPP, Katrina 800 [1] 1:0 SAUNDERS, JACK 820 [1]
51 FARRELLY, Catherine 684 [1] 0:1 STOCKY, Nick 260 [1]
52 VAN DIJK, Marieke 666 [1] 1:0 BYE

Bas
14-03-2005, 09:02 PM
Here we go with the final standing.

Place Name Feder Rtg Loc Score M-Buch. Buch. Progr.

1 SMERDON, David VIC 2388 6.5 25.0 35.5 26.5
2-3 JOHANSEN, Darryl VIC 2491 6 25.0 35.5 24.5
HUMPHREY, Jonathan QLD 2176 6 22.5 32.0 23.0
4-6 BOURMISTROV, Denis VIC 2025 5.5 25.0 35.5 23.0
SOLOMON, Stephen QLD 2399 5.5 23.5 34.0 22.5
HACCHE, David VIC 2117 5.5 23.0 33.0 23.5
7-12 PARTSI, Dimitry VIC 2180 5 23.0 33.0 22.0
BOOTH, Stewart VIC 2138 5 22.5 31.5 22.0
STOJIC, Dusan VIC 1969 5 21.5 30.0 21.0
LY, Thai VIC 1922 5 19.5 28.5 19.0
HOLT, Kenneth VIC 1863 5 18.0 26.0 19.0
SZUVEGES, Narelle VIC 1765 5 17.5 25.0 16.5
13-28 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj VIC 2138 4.5 23.0 33.5 20.5
DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija VIC 1942 4.5 22.5 32.5 18.5
WALLIS, Christopher VIC 1950 4.5 21.5 30.0 19.5
PYKE, Malcolm VIC 1915 4.5 20.0 29.5 20.5
ANDERSON, Alistair VIC 1867 4.5 20.0 28.5 17.5
FROST, Peter VIC 1813 4.5 20.0 28.0 17.5
SHARMAN, Scot VIC 1720 4.5 20.0 27.0 16.5
LIN, Zhigen VIC 1852 4.5 19.5 28.0 19.5
LOJANICA, Milenko VIC 2003 4.5 19.0 27.0 19.0
FLUDE, David VIC 1788 4.5 19.0 26.5 15.0
BARROW, Nigel VIC 1833 4.5 18.5 27.5 14.0
HOGG, Dean VIC 1892 4.5 18.5 27.0 17.5
PECAK, Mariusz VIC 1820 4.5 18.0 26.0 17.5
STOJIC, Svetozar VIC 1807 4.5 17.0 25.0 14.5
ROBERTS, Mark VIC 1768 4.5 17.0 24.0 13.0
DAVIS, Tony VIC 1878 4.5 16.5 23.0 15.0
29-41 RUJEVIC, Mirko VIC 2295 4 23.0 32.0 20.0
FLITNEY, Adrian VIC 1981 4 21.0 30.0 18.0
TSAGARAKIS, Angelo VIC 1839 4 20.0 29.0 15.0
VAN RIEL, Bas VIC 1847 4 19.0 26.0 16.5
GIBBS, Glen TAS 1834 4 18.0 26.5 15.5
WOLF, Peter VIC 1775 4 18.0 25.0 13.5
MAGUIRE, Jesse ACT 1542 4 18.0 24.5 19.0
YU, Derek VIC 1405 4 18.0 24.5 16.0
MORRIS, James VIC 1505 4 18.0 24.5 15.5
KALISCH, Tom VIC 1888 4 17.5 24.5 13.5
KARA, Barbaros VIC 1712 4 16.5 23.5 12.0
STANISHEFF, Alex VIC 1525 4 16.0 22.0 15.5
STEWART, Scott VIC 1730 4 15.5 22.5 11.0
42-67 DOUR, Nicholas VIC 1687 3.5 21.5 28.5 16.5
VOON, Richard VIC 1890 3.5 20.0 29.0 17.0
BONNING, James VIC 1464 3.5 20.0 28.5 16.5
BEARUP, Paul VIC 1596 3.5 20.0 27.0 16.0
BENNETT, Calvin VIC 1446 3.5 20.0 26.5 18.0
WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) NSW 1525 3.5 19.5 26.5 17.0
KAPLAN, Alex VIC 1612 3.5 19.5 26.5 12.5
COONEY, Matthew VIC 1249 3.5 19.5 25.5 15.5
COOK, Patrick VIC 1592 3.5 19.0 25.5 14.5
JENKINS, Keith VIC 1673 3.5 19.0 25.5 14.5
BROTHERIDGE, Jamie VIC 1520 3.5 18.5 26.0 16.0
DOBLIES, Werner GER 1740 3.5 18.5 25.5 13.5
BECKMAN, John VIC 1619 3.5 18.0 24.0 13.5
GLENTON, Alan VIC 1312 3.5 17.5 25.0 15.5
POTTER, Christopher VIC 1450 3.5 17.5 24.5 14.0
MELDAU, Henning VIC 1550 3.5 16.5 24.0 14.0
GHOBRIAL, Adel VIC 1609 3.5 16.5 23.0 12.0
SCHON, Eugene VIC 1343 3.5 16.5 22.0 14.5
KERKSAL, David VIC 1390 3.5 16.0 21.5 14.5
IVANOV, Nikola VIC 1419 3.5 15.5 23.5 15.5
PETERSON, Macauley USA 1857 3.5 15.0 24.0 13.0
POTTER, Matthew VIC 1569 3.5 14.5 21.0 10.5
DALTON, Joshua SA 1279 3.5 14.0 20.5 11.0
SOCO, Dejan VIC 1561 3.5 14.0 20.0 13.5
ELLIOTT, Alan VIC 1345 3.5 13.5 19.0 14.0
ELDRIDGE, James VIC 1369 3.5 12.5 17.5 13.0
68-79 TAYLOR, Stephen ACT 1510 3 20.0 27.5 15.0
JAGO, Stephen VIC 1708 3 20.0 27.5 13.0
BROCKMAN, Roland VIC 1667 3 18.5 25.5 13.0
FEREDAY, Anthony VIC 1531 3 17.5 25.0 14.0
BEGGS, Joel VIC 1350 3 16.5 22.5 14.5
WICKS, Michael VIC 467 3 15.0 20.0 12.0
HAMILTON, Ian VIC 1333 3 15.0 20.0 10.0
McCART, Richard VIC 1732 3 14.5 20.5 8.0
COUTTS, William VIC 1355 3 14.5 20.0 14.0
POTTER, Michael VIC 1299 3 14.0 19.0 9.0
WANG, Shu-Yu VIC 885 3 14.0 18.5 8.0
BELL, David VIC 1047 3 13.0 17.5 8.0
80-90 BAILEY, Mitchel VIC 1432 2.5 20.0 27.5 14.5
MOLLARD, Max VIC 1608 2.5 18.5 26.0 11.0
DALTON, Laurie SA 1206 2.5 18.0 24.5 13.0
THEODOSIOU, Peter VIC 1126 2.5 16.0 21.0 10.0
BROWN, Cyril SA 1311 2.5 15.5 21.5 12.0
KENMURE, Jamie VIC 913 2.5 15.0 21.0 10.5
DALTON, Samuel SA 1294 2.5 15.0 21.0 9.0
POTTER, Daniel VIC 1152 2.5 14.5 19.5 10.5
KOSTRZEWA, Jake VIC 1334 2.5 13.0 17.0 11.0
BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T VIC 830 2.5 11.5 16.0 7.5
YOUNG, Darren VIC 1126 2.5 10.5 14.5 8.5
91-101 YU, Sally VIC 958 2 17.5 24.0 10.0
BAILEY, Robert VIC 1468 2 17.0 24.0 10.0
FRANGAKIS, John VIC 1308 2 17.0 22.5 11.0
BAXTER, Craig VIC 1256 2 16.5 22.5 9.0
IVERSEN, Matthew VIC 1000 2 16.0 21.0 11.0
EUSTACE, Sophie SA 907 2 15.0 21.0 9.0
BALNIONIS, Alex VIC 850 2 15.0 21.0 7.0
SETTLE, Jon VIC 250 2 15.0 20.5 9.0
VAN DIJK, Marieke VIC 666 2 13.5 19.5 7.0
STOCKY, Nick VIC 260 2 12.0 16.0 6.0
KNAPP, Katrina SA 800 2 12.0 16.0 3.0
102-104 FARRELLY, Catherine VIC 684 1 14.0 19.0 4.0
McCART, Tully VIC 737 1 14.0 18.5 3.0

Garvinator
14-03-2005, 09:04 PM
Bill,

How did you get the coding correct from Bas's posts on here? I have tried highlighting the results and coding it, but that didnt work.

Mischa
14-03-2005, 09:10 PM
Hey my kid did good

jenni
14-03-2005, 09:16 PM
Place Name Feder Rtg Loc Score M-Buch. Buch. Progr.

1 SMERDON, David VIC 2388 6.5 25.0 35.5 26.5
2-3 JOHANSEN, Darryl VIC 2491 6 25.0 35.5 24.5
HUMPHREY, Jonathan QLD 2176 6 22.5 32.0 23.0
4-6 BOURMISTROV, Denis VIC 2025 5.5 25.0 35.5 23.0
SOLOMON, Stephen QLD 2399 5.5 23.5 34.0 22.5
HACCHE, David VIC 2117 5.5 23.0 33.0 23.5
7-12 PARTSI, Dimitry VIC 2180 5 23.0 33.0 22.0
BOOTH, Stewart VIC 2138 5 22.5 31.5 22.0
STOJIC, Dusan VIC 1969 5 21.5 30.0 21.0
LY, Thai VIC 1922 5 19.5 28.5 19.0
HOLT, Kenneth VIC 1863 5 18.0 26.0 19.0
SZUVEGES, Narelle VIC 1765 5 17.5 25.0 16.5
13-28 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj VIC 2138 4.5 23.0 33.5 20.5
DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija VIC 1942 4.5 22.5 32.5 18.5
WALLIS, Christopher VIC 1950 4.5 21.5 30.0 19.5
PYKE, Malcolm VIC 1915 4.5 20.0 29.5 20.5
ANDERSON, Alistair VIC 1867 4.5 20.0 28.5 17.5
FROST, Peter VIC 1813 4.5 20.0 28.0 17.5
SHARMAN, Scot VIC 1720 4.5 20.0 27.0 16.5
LIN, Zhigen VIC 1852 4.5 19.5 28.0 19.5
LOJANICA, Milenko VIC 2003 4.5 19.0 27.0 19.0
FLUDE, David VIC 1788 4.5 19.0 26.5 15.0
BARROW, Nigel VIC 1833 4.5 18.5 27.5 14.0
HOGG, Dean VIC 1892 4.5 18.5 27.0 17.5
PECAK, Mariusz VIC 1820 4.5 18.0 26.0 17.5
STOJIC, Svetozar VIC 1807 4.5 17.0 25.0 14.5
ROBERTS, Mark VIC 1768 4.5 17.0 24.0 13.0
DAVIS, Tony VIC 1878 4.5 16.5 23.0 15.0
29-41 RUJEVIC, Mirko VIC 2295 4 23.0 32.0 20.0
FLITNEY, Adrian VIC 1981 4 21.0 30.0 18.0
TSAGARAKIS, Angelo VIC 1839 4 20.0 29.0 15.0
VAN RIEL, Bas VIC 1847 4 19.0 26.0 16.5
GIBBS, Glen TAS 1834 4 18.0 26.5 15.5
WOLF, Peter VIC 1775 4 18.0 25.0 13.5
MAGUIRE, Jesse ACT 1542 4 18.0 24.5 19.0
YU, Derek VIC 1405 4 18.0 24.5 16.0
MORRIS, James VIC 1505 4 18.0 24.5 15.5
KALISCH, Tom VIC 1888 4 17.5 24.5 13.5
KARA, Barbaros VIC 1712 4 16.5 23.5 12.0
STANISHEFF, Alex VIC 1525 4 16.0 22.0 15.5
STEWART, Scott VIC 1730 4 15.5 22.5 11.0
42-67 DOUR, Nicholas VIC 1687 3.5 21.5 28.5 16.5
VOON, Richard VIC 1890 3.5 20.0 29.0 17.0
BONNING, James VIC 1464 3.5 20.0 28.5 16.5
BEARUP, Paul VIC 1596 3.5 20.0 27.0 16.0
BENNETT, Calvin VIC 1446 3.5 20.0 26.5 18.0
WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) NSW 1525 3.5 19.5 26.5 17.0
KAPLAN, Alex VIC 1612 3.5 19.5 26.5 12.5
COONEY, Matthew VIC 1249 3.5 19.5 25.5 15.5
COOK, Patrick VIC 1592 3.5 19.0 25.5 14.5
JENKINS, Keith VIC 1673 3.5 19.0 25.5 14.5
BROTHERIDGE, Jamie VIC 1520 3.5 18.5 26.0 16.0
DOBLIES, Werner GER 1740 3.5 18.5 25.5 13.5
BECKMAN, John VIC 1619 3.5 18.0 24.0 13.5
GLENTON, Alan VIC 1312 3.5 17.5 25.0 15.5
POTTER, Christopher VIC 1450 3.5 17.5 24.5 14.0
MELDAU, Henning VIC 1550 3.5 16.5 24.0 14.0
GHOBRIAL, Adel VIC 1609 3.5 16.5 23.0 12.0
SCHON, Eugene VIC 1343 3.5 16.5 22.0 14.5
KERKSAL, David VIC 1390 3.5 16.0 21.5 14.5
IVANOV, Nikola VIC 1419 3.5 15.5 23.5 15.5
PETERSON, Macauley USA 1857 3.5 15.0 24.0 13.0
POTTER, Matthew VIC 1569 3.5 14.5 21.0 10.5
DALTON, Joshua SA 1279 3.5 14.0 20.5 11.0
SOCO, Dejan VIC 1561 3.5 14.0 20.0 13.5
ELLIOTT, Alan VIC 1345 3.5 13.5 19.0 14.0
ELDRIDGE, James VIC 1369 3.5 12.5 17.5 13.0
68-79 TAYLOR, Stephen ACT 1510 3 20.0 27.5 15.0
JAGO, Stephen VIC 1708 3 20.0 27.5 13.0
BROCKMAN, Roland VIC 1667 3 18.5 25.5 13.0
FEREDAY, Anthony VIC 1531 3 17.5 25.0 14.0
BEGGS, Joel VIC 1350 3 16.5 22.5 14.5
WICKS, Michael VIC 467 3 15.0 20.0 12.0
HAMILTON, Ian VIC 1333 3 15.0 20.0 10.0
McCART, Richard VIC 1732 3 14.5 20.5 8.0
COUTTS, William VIC 1355 3 14.5 20.0 14.0
POTTER, Michael VIC 1299 3 14.0 19.0 9.0
WANG, Shu-Yu VIC 885 3 14.0 18.5 8.0
BELL, David VIC 1047 3 13.0 17.5 8.0
80-90 BAILEY, Mitchel VIC 1432 2.5 20.0 27.5 14.5
MOLLARD, Max VIC 1608 2.5 18.5 26.0 11.0
DALTON, Laurie SA 1206 2.5 18.0 24.5 13.0
THEODOSIOU, Peter VIC 1126 2.5 16.0 21.0 10.0
BROWN, Cyril SA 1311 2.5 15.5 21.5 12.0
KENMURE, Jamie VIC 913 2.5 15.0 21.0 10.5
DALTON, Samuel SA 1294 2.5 15.0 21.0 9.0
POTTER, Daniel VIC 1152 2.5 14.5 19.5 10.5
KOSTRZEWA, Jake VIC 1334 2.5 13.0 17.0 11.0
BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T VIC 830 2.5 11.5 16.0 7.5
YOUNG, Darren VIC 1126 2.5 10.5 14.5 8.5
91-101 YU, Sally VIC 958 2 17.5 24.0 10.0
BAILEY, Robert VIC 1468 2 17.0 24.0 10.0
FRANGAKIS, John VIC 1308 2 17.0 22.5 11.0
BAXTER, Craig VIC 1256 2 16.5 22.5 9.0
IVERSEN, Matthew VIC 1000 2 16.0 21.0 11.0
EUSTACE, Sophie SA 907 2 15.0 21.0 9.0
BALNIONIS, Alex VIC 850 2 15.0 21.0 7.0
SETTLE, Jon VIC 250 2 15.0 20.5 9.0
VAN DIJK, Marieke VIC 666 2 13.5 19.5 7.0
STOCKY, Nick VIC 260 2 12.0 16.0 6.0
KNAPP, Katrina SA 800 2 12.0 16.0 3.0
102-104 FARRELLY, Catherine VIC 684 1 14.0 19.0 4.0
McCART, Tully VIC 737 1 14.0 18.5 3.0

jenni
14-03-2005, 09:21 PM
No Name Loc Total Result Name Loc Total

1 PARTSI, Dimitry 2180 [5] 0:1 SMERDON, David 2388 [5.5]
2 BOOTH, Stewart 2138 [5] 0:1 JOHANSEN, Darryl 2491 [5]
3 STOJIC, Dusan 1969 [5] 0:1 HUMPHREY, Jonathan 2176 [5]
4 LOJANICA, Milenko 2003 [4.5] 0:1 SOLOMON, Stephen 2399 [4.5]
5 HOGG, Dean 1892 [4.5] 0:1 HACCHE, David 2117 [4.5]
6 FROST, Peter 1813 [4.5] 0:1 BOURMISTROV, Denis 2025 [4.5]
7 HOLT, Kenneth 1863 [4] 1:0 RUJEVIC, Mirko 2295 [4]
8 PYKE, Malcolm 1915 [4] .5:.5 DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj 2138 [4]
9 SZUVEGES, Narelle 1765 [4] 1:0 FLITNEY, Adrian 1981 [4]
10 LIN, Zhigen 1852 [4] .5:.5 WALLIS, Christopher 1950 [4]
11 LY, Thai 1922 [4] 1:0 TSAGARAKIS, Angelo 1839 [4]
12 DIZDAREVIC, M 1942 [3.5] 1:0 DOBLIES, Werner 1740 [3.5]
13 VOON, Richard 1890 [3.5] 0:1 SHARMAN, Scot 1720 [3.5]
14 DAVIS, Tony 1878 [3.5] 1:0 JENKINS, Keith 1673 [3.5]
15 ANDERSON, Alistair 1867 [3.5] 1:0 DOUR, Nicholas 1687 [3.5]
16 STANISHEFF, Alex 1525 [3.5] .5:.5 VAN RIEL, Bas 1847 [3.5]
17 GIBBS, Glen 1834 [3.5] .5:.5 YU, Derek 1405 [3.5]
18 BEARUP, Paul 1596 [3.5] 0:1 BARROW, Nigel 1833 [3.5]
19 PECAK, Mariusz 1820 [3.5] 1:0 COOK, Patrick 1592 [3.5]
20 STOJIC, Svetozar 1807 [3.5] 1:0 WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul) 1525 [3.5]
21 COONEY, Matthew 1249 [3.5] 0:1 FLUDE, David 1788 [3.5]
22 BROTHERIDGE, Jamie 1520 [3.5] 0:1 ROBERTS, Mark 1768 [3.5]
23 BENNETT, Calvin 1446 [3.5] 0:1 KARA, Barbaros 1712 [3]
24 FEREDAY, Anthony 1531 [3] 0:1 KALISCH, Tom 1888 [3]
25 WOLF, Peter 1775 [3] 1:0 TAYLOR, Stephen 1510 [3]
26 COUTTS, William 1355 [3] 0:1 STEWART, Scott 1730 [3]
27 MORRIS, James 1505 [3] 1:0 BROCKMAN, Roland 1667 [3]
28 BECKMAN, John 1619 [3] .5:.5 BONNING, James 1464 [3]
29 GHOBRIAL, Adel 1609 [3] .5:.5 SCHON, Eugene 1343 [3]
30 SOCO, Dejan 1561 [3] .5:.5 POTTER, Christopher 1450 [3]
31 MAGUIRE, Jesse 1542 [3] 1:0 BEGGS, Joel 1350 [3]
32 JAGO, Stephen 1708 [2.5] .5:.5 GLENTON, Alan 1312 [3]
33 BROWN, Cyril 1311 [2.5] 0:1 KAPLAN, Alex 1612 [2.5]
34 ELLIOTT, Alan 1345 [2.5] 1:0 MOLLARD, Max 1608 [2.5]
35 POTTER, Matthew 1569 [2.5] 1:0 DALTON, Samuel 1294 [2.5]
36 KENMURE, Jamie 913 [2.5] 0:1 MELDAU, Henning 1550 [2.5]
37 DALTON, Joshua 1279 [2.5] 1:0 BAILEY, Mitchel 1432 [2.5]
38 IVANOV, Nikola 1419 [2.5] 1:0 DALTON, Laurie 1206 [2.5]
39 KERKSAL, David 1390 [2.5] 1:0 THEODOSIOU, Peter 1126 [2.5]
40 POTTER, Daniel 1152 [2.5] 0:1 ELDRIDGE, James 1369 [2.5]
41 McCART, Richard 1732 [2] 1:0 IVERSEN, Matthew 1000 [2]
42 HAMILTON, Ian 1333 [2] 1:0 YU, Sally 958 [2]
43 WANG, Shu-Yu 885 [2] 1:0 FRANGAKIS, John 1308 [2]
44 POTTER, Michael 1299 [2] 1:0 EUSTACE, Sophie 907 [2]
45 WICKS, Michael 467 [2] 1:0 BAXTER, Craig 1256 [2]
46 YOUNG, Darren 1126 [2] .5:.5 BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T 830 [2]
47 BELL, David 1047 [2] 1:0 SETTLE, Jon 250 [2]
48 BALNIONIS, Alex 850 [1.5] .5:.5 BAILEY, Robert 1468 [1.5]
49 McCART, Tully 737 [1] 0:1 KOSTRZEWA, Jake 1334 [1.5]
50 KNAPP, Katrina 800 [1] 1:0 SAUNDERS, JACK 820 [1]
51 FARRELLY, Catherine 684 [1] 0:1 STOCKY, Nick 260 [1]
52 VAN DIJK, Marieke 666 [1] 1:0 BYE

jenni
14-03-2005, 09:22 PM
Bill,

How did you get the coding correct from Bas's posts on here? I have tried highlighting the results and coding it, but that didnt work.

Try putting it into something like notepad first - sometimes it needs a little straightening out.

Garvinator
14-03-2005, 09:24 PM
Try putting it into something like notepad first - sometimes it needs a little straightening out.
ok that is the difference, thought it might be something like that. I had just been trying to copy, paste and code ;) :cool:

Bas
14-03-2005, 09:27 PM
I want to send the final X-table of the Begonia but it won't let me.
How do you do this properly?? Help!

Mischa
14-03-2005, 09:56 PM
Ok, if you insist on asking...He got to play in the pit, he won more points than last year (his two goals) and he came =1st. (with 3 others) in his rating group. AND he was interviewed for the TV news.

JGB
14-03-2005, 09:57 PM
Ok, if you insist on asking...He got to play in the pit, he won more points than last year (his two goals) and he came =1st. (with 3 others) in his rating group. AND he was interviewed for the TV news.
Now there is a proud mum! :P

Bill Gletsos
14-03-2005, 09:57 PM
I want to send the final X-table of the Begonia but it won't let me.
How do you do this properly?? Help!There is an option when you go to post under additional options which says "Disable smilies in text".
You need to tick it.

Bas
14-03-2005, 10:19 PM
Thanks Bill. Oi, that is better, although not perfect....
By the way, ll this after 3 (!) rounds of accelerated Swiss.
Did Mirko Rujevic have a disastrous last 3 rounds?

No|Name|Feder|Loc|Title|Club|Total|1|2|3|4|5|6|7

1|SMERDON, David|VIC|2388|im||6.5|23:W|14:W|13:W|5:W|2:D|6:W| 7:W
2|JOHANSEN, Darryl|VIC|2491|gm||6|31:W|30:W|3:W|4:D|1:D|16:W|8 :W
3|HUMPHREY,Jonathan|QLD|2176|||6|26:W|43:W|2:L|61: W|10:W|20:W|9:W
4|BOURMISTROV, Denis|VIC|2025|||5.5|12:W|11:W|7:W|2:D|6:L|25:W|18 :W
5|SOLOMON, Stephen|QLD|2399|im||5.5|33:W|9:W|8:W|1:L|14:D|17: W|21:W
6|HACCHE, David|VIC|2117|||5.5|27:W|62:W|15:D|44:W|4:W|1:L|2 4:W
7|PARTSI, Dimitry|VIC|2180|||5|18:W|10:W|4:L|52:W|43:W|13:W| 1:L
8|BOOTH, Stewart|VIC|2138|||5|22:W|17:W|5:L|68:W|42:W|15:W| 2:L
9|STOJIC, Dusan|VIC|1969||A|5|41:W|5:L|22:W|80:W|47:W|29:W|3 :L
10|LY, Thai|VIC|1922||A|5|69:W|7:L|34:W|66:W|3:L|70:W|31: W
11|HOLT, Kenneth|VIC|1863||A|5|81:W|4:L|70:W|59:W|13:L|71:W |29:W
12|SZUVEGES, Narelle|VIC|1765|wim|A|5|4:L|56:D|57:W|92:W|49:D|6 8:W|30:W
13|DRAGICEVIC, Domagoj|VIC|2138|||4.5|34:W|28:W|1:L|37:W|11:W|7:L |16:D
14|DIZDAREVIC, Mehmedalija|VIC|1942||A|4.5|39:W|1:L|26:W|36:W|5:D |18:L|53:W
15|WALLIS, Christopher|VIC|1950||A|4.5|19:D|51:W|6:D|76:W|35: W|8:L|20:D
16|PYKE, Malcolm|VIC|1915||A|4.5|42:D|38:W|32:W|46:W|29:D|2 :L|13:D
17|ANDERSON, Alistair|VIC|1867||A|4.5|58:W|8:L|69:D|65:W|19:W|5 :L|42:W
18|FROST, Peter|VIC|1813||A|4.5|7:L|47:W|46:D|87:W|61:W|14:W |4:L
19|SHARMAN, Scot|VIC|1720||A|4.5|15:D|24:W|30:L|56:W|17:L|80:W |43:W
20|LIN, Zhigen|VIC|1852||A|4.5|50:W|29:L|80:W|55:W|30:W|3: L|15:D
21|LOJANICA, Milenko|VIC|2003|||4.5|53:W|32:D|29:L|81:W|44:W|62 :W|5:L
22|FLUDE, David|VIC|1788||A|4.5|8:L|52:W|9:L|83:W|76:W|40:D| 49:W
23|BARROW, Nigel|VIC|1833||A|4.5|1:L|40:W|35:L|64:D|84:W|63:W |45:W
24|HOGG, Dean|VIC|1892||A|4.5|51:D|19:L|65:W|48:W|69:W|45:W |6:L
25|PECAK, Mariusz|VIC|1820||A|4.5|29:D|42:D|55:W|49:D|82:W|4 :L|50:W
26|STOJIC, Svetozar|VIC|1807||A|4.5|3:L|68:W|14:L|94:W|80:D|5 7:W|47:W
27|ROBERTS, Mark|VIC|1768||A|4.5|6:L|37:D|44:L|105:W|86:W|61:W |52:W
28|DAVIS, Tony|VIC|1878||A|4.5|48:W|13:L|42:L|50:D|92:W|81:W |51:W
29|RUJEVIC, Mirko|VIC|2295|im||4|25:D|20:W|21:W|35:W|16:D|9:L| 11:L
30|FLITNEY, Adrian|VIC|1981||A|4|75:W|2:L|19:W|60:W|20:L|54:W| 12:L
31|TSAGARAKIS, Angelo|VIC|1839||A|4|2:L|54:W|45:L|77:W|37:W|35:W| 10:L
32|VAN RIEL, Bas|VIC|1847||A|4|63:W|21:D|16:L|84:W|45:L|48:W|40 :D
33|GIBBS, Glen|TAS|1834||A|4|5:L|71:W|50:D|57:W|46:D|47:D|36 :D
34|WOLF, Peter|VIC|1775||A|4|13:L|92:W|10:L|79:W|36:D|44:D| 68:W
35|MAGUIRE, Jesse|ACT|1542||B|4|86:W|93:W|23:W|29:L|15:L|31:L| 72:W
36|YU, Derek|VIC|1405||B|4|78:W|39:L|97:W|14:L|34:D|69:W| 33:D
37|MORRIS, James|VIC|1505||B|4|83:W|27:D|38:D|13:L|31:L|91:W| 70:W
38|KALISCH, Tom|VIC|1888||A|4|54:D|16:L|37:D|74:W|60:D|49:D|71 :W
39|KARA, Barbaros|VIC|1712||A|4|14:L|36:W|43:L|85:L|89:W|77 :W|46:W
40|STANISHEFF, Alex|VIC|1525||B|4|94:W|23:L|82:L|98:W|72:W|22:D|3 2:D
41|STEWART, Scott|VIC|1730||A|4|9:L|46:L|74:W|91:L|78:W|60:W|7 6:W
42|DOUR, Nicholas|VIC|1687||A|3.5|16:D|25:D|28:W|95:W|8:L|4 6:D|17:L
43|VOON, Richard|VIC|1890||A|3.5|70:W|3:L|39:W|72:W|7:L|50: D|19:L
44|BONNING, James|VIC|1464||B|3.5|79:W|53:D|27:W|6:L|21:L|34:D |54:D
45|BEARUP, Paul|VIC|1596||B|3.5|62:L|59:W|31:W|82:D|32:W|24:L |23:L
46|BENNETT, Calvin|VIC|1446||B|3.5|91:W|41:W|18:D|16:L|33:D|42 :D|39:L
47|WILLIAMS, Pablo (Paul)|NSW|1525||B|3.5|49:W|18:L|94:W|73:W|9:L|33: D|26:L
48|KAPLAN, Alex|VIC|1612||B|3.5|28:L|66:W|62:D|24:L|67:W|32:L |84:W
49|COONEY, Matthew|VIC|1249||C|3.5|47:L|104:W|71:W|25:D|12:D| 38:D|22:L
50|COOK, Patrick|VIC|1592||B|3.5|20:L|74:W|33:D|28:D|91:W|4 3:D|25:L
51|JENKINS, Keith|VIC|1673||B|3.5|24:D|15:L|56:W|93:W|62:L|82: W|28:L
52|BROTHERIDGE, Jamie|VIC|1520||B|3.5|82:W|22:L|83:W|7:L|55:W|53:D |27:L
53|DOBLIES, Werner|GER|1740||A|3.5|21:L|44:D|60:D|90:W|66:W|52 :D|14:L
54|BECKMAN, John|VIC|1619||B|3.5|38:D|31:L|72:D|96:W|59:W|30:L |44:D
55|GLENTON, Alan|VIC|1312||C|3.5|73:W|63:W|25:L|20:L|52:L|75:W |69:D
56|POTTER, Christopher|VIC|1450||B|3.5|95:W|12:D|51:L|19:L|58 :D|90:W|65:D
57|MELDAU, Henning|VIC|1550||B|3.5|77:W|84:D|12:L|33:L|87:W|2 6:L|85:W
58|GHOBRIAL, Adel|VIC|1609||B|3.5|17:L|72:D|88:W|62:L|56:D|93:W |59:D
59|SCHON, Eugene|VIC|1343||B|3.5|102:W|45:L|75:W|11:L|54:L|7 3:W|58:D
60|KERKSAL, David|VIC|1390||B|3.5|97:D|105:W|53:D|30:L|38:D|41 :L|83:W
61|IVANOV, Nikola|VIC|1419||B|3.5|96:D|97:W|91:W|3:L|18:L|27: L|82:W
62|PETERSON, Macauley|USA|1857||A|3.5|45:W|6:L|48:D|58:W|51:W|2 1:L|0:
63|POTTER, Matthew|VIC|1569||B|3.5|32:L|55:L|93:D|97:W|88:W|2 3:L|86:W
64|DALTON, Joshua|SA|1279||C|3.5|71:L|78:W|68:L|23:D|81:L|92: W|80:W
65|SOCO, Dejan|VIC|1561||B|3.5|105:D|96:W|24:L|17:L|93:D|94 :W|56:D
66|ELLIOTT, Alan|VIC|1345||B|3.5|103:W|48:L|98:W|10:L|53:L|83: D|81:W
67|ELDRIDGE, James|VIC|1369||B|3.5|89:W|69:L|95:L|100:W|48:L|85 :D|87:W
68|TAYLOR, Stephen|ACT|1510||B|3|87:W|26:L|64:W|8:L|73:W|12:L |34:L
69|JAGO, Stephen|VIC|1708||A|3|10:L|67:W|17:D|88:W|24:L|36: L|55:D
70|BROCKMAN, Roland|VIC|1667||B|3|43:L|76:W|11:L|78:W|95:W|10:L |37:L
71|FEREDAY, Anthony|VIC|1531||B|3|64:W|33:L|49:L|89:W|85:W|11: L|38:L
72|BEGGS, Joel|VIC|1350||B|3|101:W|58:D|54:D|43:L|40:L|95:W| 35:L
73|WICKS, Michael|VIC|467||C|3|55:L|79:W|105:W|47:L|68:L|59: L|94:W
74|HAMILTON, Ian|VIC|1333||C|3|0:D|50:L|41:L|38:L|96:L|104:W|91 :W
75|McCART, Richard|VIC|1732||A|3|30:L|80:L|59:L|101:W|79:W|55 :L|95:W
76|COUTTS, William|VIC|1355||B|3|104:W|70:L|99:W|15:L|22:L|98 :W|41:L
77|POTTER, Michael|VIC|1299||C|3|57:L|91:L|86:W|31:L|104:W|39 :L|96:W
78|WANG, Shu-Yu|VIC|885||C|3|36:L|64:L|102:W|70:L|41:L|99:W|93: W
79|BELL, David|VIC|1047||C|3|44:L|73:L|101:W|34:L|75:L|103: W|98:W
80|BAILEY, Mitchel|VIC|1432||B|2.5|85:W|75:W|20:L|9:L|26:D|19 :L|64:L
81|MOLLARD, Max|VIC|1608||B|2.5|11:L|88:D|84:W|21:L|64:W|28:L| 66:L
82|DALTON, Laurie|SA|1206||C|2.5|52:L|101:W|40:W|45:D|25:L|51 :L|61:L
83|THEODOSIOU, Peter|VIC|1126||C|2.5|37:L|102:W|52:L|22:L|99:W|66 :D|60:L
84|BROWN, Cyril|SA|1311||C|2.5|100:W|57:D|81:L|32:L|23:L|96: W|48:L
85|KENMURE, Jamie|VIC|913||C|2.5|80:L|86:D|96:D|39:W|71:L|67:D |57:L
86|DALTON, Samuel|SA|1294||C|2.5|35:L|85:D|77:L|99:W|27:L|97: W|63:L
87|POTTER, Daniel|VIC|1152||C|2.5|68:L|103:W|92:D|18:L|57:L|8 8:W|67:L
88|KOSTRZEWA, Jake|VIC|1334||C|2.5|99:W|81:D|58:L|69:L|63:L|87:L |103:W
89|BOLLSSEN-ROBINSON, T|VIC|830||C|2.5|67:L|94:L|103:W|71:L|39:L|102:W|9 0:D
90|YOUNG, Darren|VIC|1126||C|2.5|92:L|99:L|104:W|53:L|102:W| 56:L|89:D
91|YU, Sally|VIC|958||C|2|46:L|77:W|61:L|41:W|50:L|37:L|7 4:L
92|BAILEY, Robert|VIC|1468||B|2|90:W|34:L|87:D|12:L|28:L|64:L |97:D
93|FRANGAKIS, John|VIC|1308||C|2|98:W|35:L|63:D|51:L|65:D|58:L|7 8:L
94|BAXTER, Craig|VIC|1256||C|2|40:L|89:W|47:L|26:L|100:W|65:L |73:L
95|IVERSEN, Matthew|VIC|1000||C|2|56:L|100:W|67:W|42:L|70:L|72 :L|75:L
96|EUSTACE, Sophie|SA|907||C|2|61:D|65:L|85:D|54:L|74:W|84:L|7 7:L
97|BALNIONIS, Alex|VIC|850||C|2|60:D|61:L|36:L|63:L|101:W|86:L|9 2:D
98|SETTLE, Jon|VIC|250||C|2|93:L|0:W|66:L|40:L|105:W|76:L|79: L
99|VAN DIJK, Marieke|VIC|666||C|2|88:L|90:W|76:L|86:L|83:L|78:L |0:W
100|STOCKY, Nick|VIC|260||C|2|84:L|95:L|0:W|67:L|94:L|101:L|10 2:W
101|KNAPP, Katrina|SA|800||C|2|72:L|82:L|79:L|75:L|97:L|100:W |104:W
102|FARRELLY, Catherine|VIC|684||C|1|59:L|83:L|78:L|0:W|90:L|89: L|100:L
103|McCART, Tully|VIC|737||C|1|66:L|87:L|89:L|104:L|0:W|79:L|8 8:L
104|SAUNDERS, JACK|VIC|820||C|1|76:L|49:L|90:L|103:W|77:L|74:L|1 01:L
105|LAWRIE, Andrew|VIC|1300||C|.5|65:D|60:L|73:L|27:L|98:L|0:| 0:

Garvinator
14-03-2005, 10:50 PM
Hello Bas,

Are you putting up results, cross tables etc straight from the sp files? If so you do have a way to get the tables looking good from sp files:)

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 07:06 AM
This bloody starter is just being provocative ain't he? Teach him a lesson why don't ya?

AR

Good morning AR

I was just taking a leaf from your book as a chess-tourist. You are one of my idles idols you know.

Listen mate, you seem to have lost your avatar?
Perhaps it is time for a change for your whole persona...have you thought about a new handle...it seems to be all the rage at the moment. I have one in mind for you....your posts always seem to follow Bill. I was thinking Footsteps.

regards
starter

Alan Shore
15-03-2005, 07:43 AM
Nice report starter. :clap:

Did you find out what the cause of the blaze was? Having reported 'Spontaneous combustion' you may as well have made a suggestion that it was really Harry Potter with a Lumos spell that backfired. ;)

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 08:56 AM
Nice report starter. :clap:

Did you find out what the cause of the blaze was? Having reported 'Spontaneous combustion' you may as well have made a suggestion that it was really Harry Potter with a Lumos spell that backfired. ;)


Thanks BD......I appreciate the feedback.

Actually, I don't know the cause, and was rather waiting for JGB to post an eye-witness account........he was part of the extinguishing brigade.

starter

jenni
15-03-2005, 09:10 AM
Ok, if you insist on asking...He got to play in the pit, he won more points than last year (his two goals) and he came =1st. (with 3 others) in his rating group. AND he was interviewed for the TV news.

Well done :clap:

Cute kids are always a must for TV. :)

Mischa
15-03-2005, 10:05 AM
I think so, thankyou.
He actually did a great job. He said it was a great tournament and that we had players from all round the country including a GM and some IM's.
He also ,mentioned the squad, but they forgot to say NECG...what a missed opportunity. Still he was in the middle of a game.
I would like to thank sincerely SALLY Yu, James' opponent at the time, who willingly stopped the game so James could be interviewed, and then sat and watched him and suppported him during the interview.

jenni
15-03-2005, 10:40 AM
Still he was in the middle of a game.
I would like to thank sincerely SALLY Yu, James' opponent at the time, who willingly stopped the game so James could be interviewed, and then sat and watched him and suppported him during the interview.
How awful to do it in the game. :wall:

I can remember a news team turning up to a High Schools comp in Canberra a couple of years ago. Because Shannon was one of the few girls playing and also a member of the team that was obviously going to win the tournament, they went and set up a very big light and shined it on her to take some photos. She turned to them and gave them a mouthful and pretty much told them to go away. I found myself having to make all sorts of soothing noises and promise to set up a photo opportunity as soon as the game finished. :)

pax
15-03-2005, 10:58 AM
Another good result for Humphrey. Proving his Zonal wasn't a flash in the pan?

Mischa
15-03-2005, 11:04 AM
But it is only chess, and they're only kids...

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 11:05 AM
Another good result for Humphrey. Proving his Zonal wasn't a flash in the pan?


Humphrey's game against Johansen was an eye-opener to watch. Nothing off the board for a long time, and although it was clear Johansen was eventually going to win a pawn, the resignation seemed to be very premature. I watched the after-game analysis and it became clear that really good players see deep wins for their opponent.

starter

jenni
15-03-2005, 11:10 AM
Another good result for Humphrey. Proving his Zonal wasn't a flash in the pan?

Jonathan is one of my favourite players - he is just sooo enthusiastic. (and such a nice young man as well).

Anyone who has been watching his progress (as I have since Sydney Aus Juniors in 2002, where he came =6th), would have noticed one strong performance after another. e.g Aus Open in Penrith.

firegoat7
15-03-2005, 11:22 AM
Congratulations to David Smerdon for winning the 39th Begonia open :clap: :clap: :clap:

Bas
15-03-2005, 02:42 PM
Hi all,

I now have put up the details and results of the Ballarat Begonia weekender on my website (http://www.auschess.org.au/ballarat/bccindex.htm). Together with some pictures. I have also included two videoclips as a curiosity/novelty. I hope that it works! :whistle:
Publication of the games is in the hands of the committee for the time being. Unfortunately, apart from my own, I have the scoresheets of only a handful of games.

Bas

arosar
15-03-2005, 02:57 PM
Hey Mr Bas. I just noticed you got a link to the BHCC 04 tourn and some quotes of mine. You made me day mate. Thanks!

AR

jenni
15-03-2005, 07:20 PM
I have also included two videoclips as a curiosity/novelty. I hope that it works! :whistle:
Bas

Love the videos :clap: :clap: :clap:

Mischa
15-03-2005, 07:58 PM
So cute...I got on but not James.

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 08:51 PM
Peter, Ian
I have PMd the report on Ballarat to you. Apology for the link that did not work.
Thank you for your interest.

regards
starter

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 08:57 PM
Bas
The three Daltons in your SP file are BHCC_Vic members not SA mmbers as tagged. May help you find their ACF Id.

regards
starter

Ian Rout
15-03-2005, 09:00 PM
Peter, Ian
I have PMd the report on Ballarat to you. Apology for the link that did not work.
Thank you for your interest.

regards
starter
Thanks.

ursogr8
15-03-2005, 10:07 PM
Bas
The three Daltons in your SP file are BHCC_Vic members not SA mmbers as tagged. May help you find their ACF Id.

regards
starter

And I just notice that one of them, Joshua Dalton is still smiling a day later. ;)
Seems like $150 rating prize is a hit with a youngster. Well done Joshua.

(He was the highest rated mover in the recent December-March ratings list in the whole of Australia....I believe).

starter

Mischa
15-03-2005, 10:28 PM
Last year James jumped well over 700 rating points and never got a mention?

Recherché
15-03-2005, 10:31 PM
Good result for Narelle, and Thai Ly seems to be continuing to improve.

Starter:

Interested in having your account of the tournament further distributed? ;)

Bas
15-03-2005, 10:50 PM
Starter:

Interested in having your account of the tournament further distributed? ;)[/QUOTE]

I have linked starter's wonderfull story to the Ballarat Begonia page of my website. After having received permission from starter with thanks, of course...

Garvinator
15-03-2005, 10:55 PM
I have linked starter's wonderfull story to the Ballarat Begonia page of my website. After having received permission from starter with thanks, of course...
i seem to have missed starter's report of ballarat, can someone help?

Bill Gletsos
15-03-2005, 10:58 PM
Last year James jumped well over 700 rating points and never got a mention?That isnt entirely accurate.

The following is his ratings as published on the ACF web site.


Players Historical Rating Normal
Period Rating
Jun 2003 761
Sep 2003 875
Nov 2003 881
Dec 2003 881
Mar 2004 1420
Jun 2004 1433
Sep 2004 1552
Dec 2004 1534
Mar 2005 1505
However prior to the Sept 2004 run the method of rating calculation was changed.

This was described on the ACF ratings web page as follows:

This rating list incorporates the changes outlined in ACF Bulletin #276.
These changes resulted in a recalculation of all players ratings prior to the processing of the September 2004 ratings period. As such players who played no games in the September rating period may have different ratings to those previously published. This change may also effect players eligibility and position on the Top Improvers list as their previously published rating may have changed.

Also remember the March 2004 rating includes a 70 point uplift.

Based on that his ratings history is now:


Players Historical Rating Normal
Period Rating
Jun 2003 836
Sep 2003 1060
Nov 2003 1070
Dec 2003 1070
Mar 2004 1456
Jun 2004 1476
Sep 2004 1552
Dec 2004 1534
Mar 2005 1505

Mischa
15-03-2005, 11:40 PM
Sorry so he only jumped...from June to June...640 points..not such a jump then

antichrist
15-03-2005, 11:55 PM
[QUOTE=noidea]Sorry so he only jumped...from June to June...640 points..not such a jump then[/QUOTE

Sorry to say but more importantly is the brick wall since the rise. As he started from very low base this jump is very good but...

JGB
15-03-2005, 11:58 PM
[QUOTE=noidea]Sorry so he only jumped...from June to June...640 points..not such a jump then[/QUOTE

Sorry to say but more importantly is the brick wall since the rise. As he started from very low base this jump is very good but...

How hard is it to quote properly? You seem to do this everytime?

Garvinator
16-03-2005, 12:05 AM
[QUOTE=antichrist]

How hard is it to quote properly? You seem to do this everytime?
now you have just given ac an opportunity to go off topic :doh:

Anyways back to topic......

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 07:19 AM
Starter:
Interested in having your account of the tournament further distributed? ;)

Rob
I think you are suggesting the CV Newsletter? :confused:
Not sure I can see how you will get the smilies into a newsletter ;) …but feel free to publish. :)




i seem to have missed starter's report of ballarat, can someone help?

gg’’……….I will send you the URL and a copy of the report. :cool:






I have linked starter's wonderful story to the Ballarat Begonia page of my website. After having received permission from starter with thanks, of course...

hi Bas

Your web-site created much interest at the (Box Hill) Club last night. Very impressive how you managed all that content up so quickly.
Obviously your web-site is high-class and your link to it is not counted as cross-board spamming. It was nice to re-read Amiel’s report of events last year; his gems deserve a long life.

many regards
starter
--------------------------
Bill

You see, the agenda was to bring a lot more posts to this board. :uhoh: ;) Without the wall of resistance here the report would probably have been a 1-day wonder. Now it is a 2-day wonder. ;)


regards,
starter

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 07:28 AM
Sorry so he only jumped...from June to June...640 points..not such a jump then
noidea

That is the third mention in just one bb 'page'; two mentions from the most important source. ;)

starter

ps.........Bill does not print lists of year-on-year improvers, so 12 month performances tend to get overlooked.

regards
starter

Recherché
16-03-2005, 09:18 AM
Rob
I think you are suggesting the CV Newsletter? :confused:
Not sure I can see how you will get the smilies into a newsletter ;) …but feel free to publish. :)

Yes, I certainly am. I believe the spirit of the report will survive the change in medium, however at the moment I'm having difficulty finding the report in question, either here or on fora non gratis.

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 09:47 AM
Rob
Have fixed this ^^^ by sending direct to you.
starter

Rincewind
16-03-2005, 10:06 AM
Have fixed this ^^^ by sending direct to you.

I suggest a more sensible publication strategy is to have them published on a site like the ChessVic or even Boxhill site and post links to them from as many boards as you like. This has the advantage of generally being easier to find retrospectively.

It's a matter of horses for courses. Surely as tote keeper for the punters club you understand that. ;)

Bill Gletsos
16-03-2005, 10:16 AM
Sorry so he only jumped...from June to June...640 points..not such a jump thenHowever you used the words "last year". I dont take that as from June till June, but from Dec 2003 to Dec 2004.
In that case he jumped 1070 to 1534 which if we remove the 70 point uplift added in March 2004 is an increase of 394.

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 10:31 AM
I suggest a more sensible publication strategy is to have them published on a site like the ChessVic or even Boxhill site and post links to them from as many boards as you like. This has the advantage of generally being easier to find retrospectively.

It's a matter of horses for courses. Surely as tote keeper for the punters club you understand that. ;)

No Baz

I don't understand what you are getting at all.
First I suggest to you the topic is better dealt with PMs...and you say no.....and you appear to have changed tack twice since.
Then you say you don't want to debate it.......and this is your third follow-on communication since then.

I think the Doc is correct. And therefore I have given up trying to understand the protocols here; save this simple one >
I post. You snip. I am happy what is left over.

I am sure you mean well, but I have no idea what you mean.

happy as a pig in a poke
starter


ps...I don't even have posting rights to the BHCC site nor the CV site.

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 12:33 PM
Using Rob's sreadsheet on March ratings for VIC Reliable players, the attendance at Ballarat had the following metrics:

10 attended out of the top 26 on the list
20 attended out of the top 64 on the list
25 attended out of the top 100 on the list.

I guess we should feel comfortable that 25% of our top VIC regular rated players would attend when a degree of travel and accommodation is involved?

starter

Garvinator
16-03-2005, 02:55 PM
Hello Bas,

I hope you are still reading this thread:)

Who do i need to email to get the sp files from Ballarat 2005?

Cheers,

Garvin

ursogr8
16-03-2005, 03:12 PM
Ballarat 2005
Round 1

Competitive index = 381
Number of games won by lower rated players = 0
Number of drawn games = 9

starter

Bas
16-03-2005, 09:30 PM
Hello Bas,

I hope you are still reading this thread:)

Who do i need to email to get the sp files from Ballarat 2005?

Cheers,

Garvin
Hi Garvin,

I am sending the requested SP files to you now.
But remember that I did so (twice) last year and that you still have not publicised or calculated anything regarding the Grand Prix points, apart from the standings in the open section. And that was only a few weeks ago.
I am very critical of the current GP-format, and especially of the complete lack of action (by you and the ACF), considering that you have been involved in the GP at least since last years Begonia tournament!
Alas, there is always room for improvement, but I hope that it will happen quickly as the GP is virtually dead and irrelevant at the moment. See the other thread on the subject.

Wish you luck and the necessary extra energy to finally complete last years.
results.

ursogr8
17-03-2005, 07:57 AM
Ballarat 2005
Round 1, 2, 3

Competitive index = 381, 316, 285
Number of games won by lower rated players = 0, 7, 9
Number of drawn games = 9, 9, 11

The nine were >

4|PARTSI, Dimitry |2180|[2] | 0:1 |BOURMISTROV, Denis |2025|[2]

13|DAVIS, Tony |1878|[1] | 0:1 |DOUR, Nicholas |1687|[1]

18|BEARUP, Paul |1596|[1] | 1:0 |TSAGARAKIS, Angelo |1839|[1]

20|MAGUIRE, Jesse |1542|[2] | 1:0 |BARROW, Nigel |1833|[1]

25|BONNING, James |1464|[1.5]| 1:0 |ROBERTS, Mark |1768|[.5]

32|McCART, Richard |1732|[0] | 0:1 |SCHON, Eugene |1343|[1]

35|COONEY, Matthew |1249|[1] | 1:0 |FEREDAY, Anthony |1531|[1]

43|IVERSEN, Matthew |1000|[1] | 1:0 |ELDRIDGE, James |1369|[1]

46|WICKS, Michael |467 |[1] | 1:0 |LAWRIE, Andrew |1300|[.5]


starter

DoroPhil
17-03-2005, 04:32 PM
Hi there,

Are there any games available from this tournament? Or perhaps tournament reports from people who actually played in the tournament?

ursogr8
17-03-2005, 05:02 PM
^^^
The one I would like to see is SOLO v SMERDON.
Anyone got that one?

starter

Ian_Rogers
17-03-2005, 06:51 PM
If you can wait a few more days, the Solomon-Smerdon game will be in the next chess column in the Canberra Times and Byron Shire Echo.

Ian

antichrist
17-03-2005, 09:17 PM
If you can wait a few more days, the Solomon-Smerdon game will be in the next chess column in the Canberra Times and Byron Shire Echo.

Ian

Will these eventually appear on ACF site?

Ian_Rogers
17-03-2005, 09:58 PM
Probably not, but the Byron Shire Echo columns are available on www.echo.net.au

ursogr8
18-03-2005, 01:20 PM
Ballarat 2005
Round 1, 2, 3, 4

Competitive index = 381, 316, 285, 538
Number of games won by lower rated players = 0, 7, 9, 3
Number of drawn games = 9, 9, 11, 5

The three were >


2|SOLOMON, Stephen |2399|[3] | 0:1 |SMERDON, David |2388|[3]

41|STEWART, Scott |1730|[1] | 0:1 |YU, Sally |958 |[1]
42|KARA, Barbaros |1712|[1] | 0:1 |KENMURE, Jamie |913 |[1]

starter

Garvinator
18-03-2005, 01:22 PM
Ballarat 2005
Round 1, 2, 3, 4

Competitive index = 381, 316, 285, 538
Number of games won by lower rated players = 0, 7, 9, 3
Number of drawn games = 9, 9, 11, 5

The three were >


2|SOLOMON, Stephen |2399|[3] | 0:1 |SMERDON, David |2388|[3]

41|STEWART, Scott |1730|[1] | 0:1 |YU, Sally |958 |[1]
42|KARA, Barbaros |1712|[1] | 0:1 |KENMURE, Jamie |913 |[1]

starter
sorry to challenge your definition of upsets, but is Smurf defeating Solo really an upset?

ursogr8
18-03-2005, 01:30 PM
^^

Not a challenge gg'', because that is not the terminology I used.

starter

JGB
13-05-2005, 01:58 AM
I am assuming that the games from this, and the Doeberl tournamant are still unavailable?

Bereaved
22-05-2005, 11:18 PM
Dear all, I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this has been submitted for rating by anyone at Ballarat Chess Club, as it was not listed as being received by Milic Sucevic, CV ratings officer in an email I received. I realise that the tournament is a wonderful event year in and year out, and would not want it to receive bad press by being rated a list late,
all the best, Macavity

Bill Gletsos
22-05-2005, 11:35 PM
Late submission is not faai on those players who participated and I have asked Milic to follow this up and to try and ensure they are submitted on time.

Mischa
23-05-2005, 12:42 PM
I know James was counting on it!

Bill Gletsos
28-05-2005, 11:26 AM
The CV ratings Officer has confirmed he has received this for rating.