Tournament Results And Ladder Latest

Online tournaments and Ladder Latest. Results of the online club tournament on Tuesday 1st December, the SCL tournament on Thursday 3rd; the Lichess Ladder latest. Plus details of the next two online club tournaments.

Online Tournament results 1st, 3rd December

Tuesday Arena, 1st December 2020

16 of us participated in this week’s Arena Tournament on Tuesday 1st December, joint-best attended of our online tournaments on Congratulations to Keith Gregory (‘KeithDFG’), who came first. Well done too John Zastapilo (‘john_zed’) 2nd, and Rob Sims 3rd.

SCL 5-round Swiss 3rd December

The monthly Southampton Chess League online tournament, set up by Graham Stuart, was a 5-round Swiss tournament this time. It was well-supported by Chandler’s Ford Chess Club players – indeed we formed the great majority of this month’s players. Our own club’s Joseph Henbury came 2nd.

Lichess Ladder Latest

Lichess Ladder Organiser Nobby George reports 2 results this week:

  • Patrick Pavey 1-0 Don Creasey
  • Nobby George 1-0 Steve Dunleavy

The online version of the Ladder – the Lichess Ladder- is played on Players may challenge an opponent up to 4 places above their own position. If the challenger wins they swap places on the Ladder, otherwise they stay where they are. The games have a time control of 90 minutes per player. Go to the Ladder Page of this website to see the latest standings.

Forthcoming online club tournaments

Forthcoming Chandler’s Ford chess club online tournaments are set up and ready to join on The regular Tuesday Arena is on 8th December, and we have our regular 5-round Swiss on Thursday 10th December.

Tuesday Arena, 8pm on 8th December 2020

This is our regular online tournament in which players have ten minutes each per game in the one-hour tournament. 8pm start. It’s already set up, click on the button below to go to the Tournament.

5-round Swiss, 8pm Thursday 10th December

On Thursday 10th December there will be our regular online 5-round Swiss Tournament. This starts at 8pm on Players have an initial 7 minutes each per game plus a 3-second increment per move (that is, about ten minutes each). Click on the button below to go to the Tournament.

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