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Rhubarb
17-09-2007, 02:06 AM
Current registrations so far for FIDE's January 2008 list, encompassing events with a finishing date between September 1 and November 30:


City of Adelaide Major (Adelaide, July 17-September 11)
Ruth Coxhill Memorial (Gold Coast, July 18-September 12)
NSW Championship (Sydney, August 19-October 14)
Elwood Bendigo Bank Championship (Melbourne, November 3-6)
Noble Park A Grade (Melbourne, August 25-November 10)
Ford Memorial Open (Sydney, August 28-November 13)
Respini Tournament (Perth, August 30-November 15)
Unconfirmed Victorian Championship (Melbourne, November 15-25)
Unconfirmed Victorian Reserves (Melbourne, November 15-25)


Any missing registrations or info would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Greg Canfell
FIDE Ratings Officer

Rhubarb
01-12-2007, 10:02 PM
The final list submitted is:

* City of Adelaide Major (Adelaide, July 17-September 11)
* Ruth Coxhill Memorial (Gold Coast, July 18-September 12)
* NSW Championship (Sydney, August 19-October 14)
* Elwood Bendigo Bank Championship (Melbourne, November 3-6)
* Noble Park A Grade (Melbourne, August 25-November 10)
* Ford Memorial Open (Sydney, August 28-November 13)
* Respini Tournament (Perth, August 30-November 15)
* Victorian Championship (Melbourne, November 15-25)
* Victorian Reserves (Melbourne, November 15-25)
* Canterbury Open (Sydney, October 15-November 26)

The HTML crosstables are on the FIDE site here (http://www.fide.com/ratings/rcvd.phtml?moder=ev_code&country=AUS) (click on the notepad icons on the left), while the original text-file crosstables, which are possibly slightly easier to read, are at Australian FIDE Ratings (http://users.tpg.com.au/canfell/main.html).

As always, the actual calculations won't appear on the FIDE site until later in the month.

Aaron Guthrie
01-12-2007, 10:05 PM
I presume COA isn't getting rated anyway, but Fedja and Srbo actually ended up playing their game.

Rhubarb
01-12-2007, 10:34 PM
I presume COA isn't getting rated anyway, but Fedja and Srbo actually ended up playing their game.The tournament's still getting rated - it just means it will be rated as a Swiss, not a round-robin (i.e. games between unrated players don't count but all other games do). There is another forfeit so the status of the tournament cannot possibly be a round-robin anyway (I'll be charitable and assume that's what you meant). :)

Bill Gletsos
01-12-2007, 11:18 PM
I only received the COA this week and on querying the missing result of the Zulfa-Zaric game was informed that it was a draw.

Rhubarb
02-12-2007, 10:27 AM
Okay, on the basis of this statement (http://www.chesschat.org/showpost.php?p=167942&postcount=93) by Mangafranga on 15/09/07, I've re-uploaded the FIDE report to include the draw between Zulfa and Zaric.

Bill Gletsos
16-12-2007, 04:04 PM
Expected top 20 players are:

1. Kramnik 2799 9
2. Anand 2799 3
3. Topalov 2780 14
4. Morozevich 2765 12
5. Svidler 2763 19
6. Mamedyarov 2760 12
7. Shirov 2755 46
8. Leko 2753 9
9. Ivanchuk 2751 30
10. Aronian 2739 16
11. Gelfand 2737 9
12. Radjabov 2735 20
13. Carlsen 2733 37
14. Karjakin 2732 36
15. Adams 2726 31
16. Kamsky 2726 31
17. Jakovenko 2720 33
18. Ponomariov 2719 40
19. Cheparinov 2713 36
20. Alexseev 2711 35
21. Grischuk 2711 21

The following includes games up to Kamsky V Shirov from last night.

Kevin Bonham
16-12-2007, 04:07 PM
Chucky's tenure as world #2 will be quite short-lived then.

guncha
21-12-2007, 07:32 PM
Expected top 20 players are:

1. Kramnik 2799 9
2. Anand 2799 3
3. Topalov 2780 14
4. Morozevich 2765 12
5. Svidler 2763 19
6. Mamedyarov 2760 12
7. Shirov 2755 46
8. Leko 2753 9
9. Ivanchuk 2751 30
10. Aronian 2739 16
11. Gelfand 2737 9
12. Radjabov 2735 20
13. Carlsen 2733 37
14. Karjakin 2732 36
15. Adams 2726 31
16. Kamsky 2726 31
17. Jakovenko 2720 33
18. Ponomariov 2719 40
19. Cheparinov 2713 36
20. Alexseev 2711 35
21. Grischuk 2711 21

The following includes games up to Kamsky V Shirov from last night.
Expected list looks very interesting - Kramink is first in the world. Karjakin and Cheparinov is 2700+ for the first time, also three Russians in top5.
What top100? Is there expected list of top 100 available?

Rhubarb
26-12-2007, 11:25 AM
Australian tournaments have been rated (http://www.fide.com/ratings/rcvd.phtml?moder=ev_code&country=AUS), with (unofficial) expected changes for the quarter displayed on individual player cards.

Note that fide.com has been up and down for the last week or so.

Rhubarb
26-12-2007, 11:30 AM
Expected top 20 players are:

1. Kramnik 2799 9
2. Anand 2799 3
3. Topalov 2780 14
4. Morozevich 2765 12
5. Svidler 2763 19
6. Mamedyarov 2760 12
7. Shirov 2755 46
8. Leko 2753 9
9. Ivanchuk 2751 30
10. Aronian 2739 16
11. Gelfand 2737 9
12. Radjabov 2735 20
13. Carlsen 2733 37
14. Karjakin 2732 36
15. Adams 2726 31
16. Kamsky 2726 31
17. Jakovenko 2720 33
18. Ponomariov 2719 40
19. Cheparinov 2713 36
20. Alexseev 2711 35
21. Grischuk 2711 21

The following includes games up to Kamsky V Shirov from last night.Is this Dubov's 'live' list? FIDE won't be including the World Cup in the January list by the looks of it - perhaps three weeks after their own deadline is just a bridge too far.

Bill Gletsos
27-12-2007, 10:13 AM
Is this Dubov's 'live' list?I am not sure.

FIDE won't be including the World Cup in the January list by the looks of it - perhaps three weeks after their own deadline is just a bridge too far.Yes, it isnt currently showing on the FIDE website as having been submitted, however I thought FIDE had agreed they would rate FIDE events even if after the submission deadline if it was completed before the publication deadline.

Rhubarb
27-12-2007, 12:41 PM
Yes, it isnt currently showing on the FIDE website as having been submitted, however I thought FIDE had agreed they would rate FIDE events even if after the submission deadline if it was completed before the publication deadline.That's fair enough, I guess, if they're consistent and restrict it to FIDE events. So far, the World Cup doesn't even show up in the Russian registrations let alone the submissions, although that could change in the next few days.

Edit: D'oh! Khanti-Mansiysk has just been added to the registrations for January, so it should be rated soon.

Bill Gletsos
27-12-2007, 03:05 PM
That's fair enough, I guess, if they're consistent and restrict it to FIDE events. So far, the World Cup doesn't even show up in the Russian registrations let alone the submissions, although that could change in the next few days.

Edit: D'oh! Khanti-Mansiysk has just been added to the registrations for January, so it should be rated soon.Interestingly FIDE show here (http://www.fide.com/ratings/rcvd.phtml?moder=ev_code&country=RUS) at the bottom of the page that they received it back on the 16th December.

Rhubarb
27-12-2007, 03:16 PM
Interestingly FIDE show here (http://www.fide.com/ratings/rcvd.phtml?moder=ev_code&country=RUS) at the bottom of the page that they received it back on the 16th December.Yes, the scheduled finishing date appears by default in that column when the tournament is registered. It doesn't necessarily mean FIDE has received it from the Russian Federation - although I'm sure they're expecting it soon. :)

Bill Gletsos
27-12-2007, 03:25 PM
Yes, the scheduled finishing date appears by default in that column when the tournament is registered. It doesn't necessarily mean FIDE has received it from the Russian Federation - although I'm sure they're expecting it soon. :)I wasnt aware of that Greg so thanks for pointing it out.

Rhubarb
31-12-2007, 11:05 AM
Full Australian lists are now up here (http://users.tpg.com.au/canfell/main.html).

Bill Gletsos
31-12-2007, 11:37 AM
All those 2700 and above

1 Kramnik, Vladimir 2799 9
2 Anand, Viswanathan 2799 3
3 Topalov, Veselin 2780 14
4 Morozevich, Alexander 2765 12
5 Svidler, Peter 2763 19
6 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 2760 35
7 Shirov, Alexei 2755 49
8 Leko, Peter 2753 9
9 Ivanchuk, Vassily 2751 30
10 Aronian, Levon 2739 16
11 Gelfand, Boris 2737 9
12 Radjabov, Teimour 2735 20
13 Carlsen, Magnus 2733 37
14 Karjakin, Sergey 2732 36
15 Kamsky, Gata 2726 32
16 Adams, Michael 2726 31
17 Jakovenko, Dmitry 2720 33
18 Ponomariov, Ruslan 2719 40
19 Cheparinov, Ivan 2713 36
20 Alekseev, Evgeny 2711 35
21 Grischuk, Alexander 2711 21
22 Polgar, Judit 2707 10
23 Akopian, Vladimir 2700 30
24 Bacrot, Etienne 2700 23

Bill Gletsos
31-12-2007, 11:38 AM
Full Australian lists are now up here (http://users.tpg.com.au/canfell/main.html).Well done Greg.
Good to see FIDE got them out before the 1st.

Rhubarb
31-12-2007, 12:00 PM
Well done Greg.

Thanks for the heads-up on the download list. :)


Good to see FIDE got them out before the 1st.Yes, they were a couple of days early. Now that they seem to have everyone up to speed with the server, I'm wondering if there are plans anytime soon to move to monthly publishing of the list, since they already have a list of provisions for such a change.