The latest updated ACF ratings (and current FIDE rating) for our members are available, listed here.
It is also pleasing to see that Tina Deng has now achieved an ACF rating (160)! She has been coming to the club since April 2018, but only recently scored a result, allowing her to get an ACF (and presumably FIDE) rating. She played 34 rateable games between September 2018 rating period and the December 2019 rating period. This is a great example of perseverance and dedication to improve, even though she scored zero and (usually) had a bye in each event she entered.
I have updated our ratings page with an update for the recent ACF rating changes for our members. Some up, some down!
The latest ACF ratings were published on 1 Sept. The list here gives our member’s rating movements.
The latest club member ratings can be found here. The number of members has also increased from 51 to 63!
The ACF has published its usual quarterly rating update. The page here lists the rating movements of our club members.
I have updated the member ratings page with the latest (quarterly) update from the ACF (Australian Chess Federation). Congratulations to Takshil, Branislav, Mena and Alex, as they now have an ACF rating.
If you want to check on your FIDE rating, then please go here and enter your details.
New ACF ratings have been published in March (they are updated every quarter). Club members can see their change here.
The Australian Chess Federation (ACF) updates its ratings quarterly from tournaments completed over the previous 3 months. The club member ACF rating have been revised (showing the previous rating) here: ratings page.
The Australian Chess Federation publishes new ratings every quarter. The June ratings and the change in our club ratings can be found here. Congratulations to the following members who have increased their rating by more than 80! And a special cheer for Niruruthi, for an excellent improvement, who had the best improvement (293) in Australia.