Summary Statistics

graphBelow are statistics for individual club members including club rank (by piece, and by gold-silver-bronze), club rating, the total number of games used for rating purposes (against members and non-members), win rate, average rating of opponents, and results (win, draw, loss) by colour and overall. (Total games rated since Jan 1 2013 = 7311, Statistics updated 19/09/2019)

(An explanation of how ratings are calculated can be found here. Detailed individual player results for games between financial members can be found here. Only financial member ratings are displayed. Note these are not NZCF or FIDE ratings.)



Result
Rank Name Rating Games Win Rate Average Opponent Rating As White As Black Overall
gking Richard Dare 1724 613 0.83 1579 +260=29-22 +251=19-32 +511=48-54
sking Prashant Mistry 1650 364 0.68 1585 +131=11-44 +116=12-50 +247=23-94
bking Hilton Bennett 1638 269 0.67 1577 +94=17-21 +86=19-32 +180=36-53
gqueen Michael Lin 1628 171 0.57 1565 +49=6-31 +48=3-34 +97=9-65
squeen Graham Nolan 1614 571 0.64 1569 +178=23-87 +188=20-75 +366=43-162
bqueen Max Stephens 1595 105 0.57 1562 +35=3-14 +25=2-26 +60=5-40
grook Christopher Symon 1594 378 0.54 1541 +103=15-66 +102=5-87 +205=20-153
grook Joel Crombie 1594 470 0.43 1505 +106=11-114 +94=15-130 +200=26-244
brook Eushin Kang 1592 157 0.54 1555 +42=10-26 +42=8-29 +84=18-55
gbishop Ben Wright 1588 34 0.41 1546 +6=1-10 +8=2-7 +14=3-17
sbishop Ruchira Silva 1578 50 0.50 1546 +13=1-11 +12=1-12 +25=2-23
sbishop William Lynn 1578 314 0.57 1566 +97=13-47 +83=15-59 +180=28-106
gknight Philip Rice 1571 20 0.40 1534 +7=0-3 +1=5-4 +8=5-7
sknight Andrew Malcouronne 1570 27 0.41 1564 +5=1-8 +6=1-6 +11=2-14
bknight Robert Craig 1569 7 0.86 1533 +2=0-1 +4=0-0 +6=0-1
gpawn Alex Treat 1565 76 0.45 1528 +16=5-17 +18=2-18 +34=7-35
spawn Andy Song 1542 169 0.34 1520 +31=3-51 +27=3-54 +58=6-105
bpawn Kaeden Govender 1541 15 0.47 1525 +5=2-3 +2=0-3 +7=2-6
wpawn Paul Dalley 1540 110 0.41 1533 +28=3-28 +17=6-28 +45=9-56
wpawn Nathanial Loy 1535 177 0.44 1527 +38=8-43 +39=4-45 +77=12-88
wpawn Ian Kennedy 1532 695 0.51 1539 +190=17-137 +163=13-175 +353=30-312
wpawn William Crombie 1532 136 0.57 1548 +39=1-30 +38=5-23 +77=6-53
wpawn Kevin Li 1529 175 0.41 1524 +39=6-43 +33=3-51 +72=9-94
wpawn Rowan Lightfoot 1529 179 0.49 1544 +49=2-36 +39=6-47 +88=8-83
wpawn Leo Dizon 1516 74 0.38 1541 +17=0-19 +11=5-22 +28=5-41
wpawn Sean Clark 1512 451 0.38 1503 +79=18-128 +91=16-119 +170=34-247
wpawn Lasen Silva 1509 89 0.30 1509 +13=0-31 +14=3-28 +27=3-59
wpawn Gary Judkins 1504 527 0.51 1536 +135=12-113 +136=13-118 +271=25-231
wpawn Murray Tuatini 1504 541 0.43 1528 +108=13-154 +124=18-124 +232=31-278
wpawn Udula Bandara 1503 51 0.43 1527 +11=1-14 +11=2-12 +22=3-26
wpawn Daniel Dizon 1499 72 0.29 1516 +12=6-18 +9=2-25 +21=8-43
wpawn Richard Jackson 1494 675 0.50 1538 +168=18-147 +172=18-152 +340=36-299
wpawn Daniel Loy 1487 68 0.25 1515 +10=4-17 +7=1-29 +17=5-46
wpawn Cam Sundararaj 1471 82 0.35 1512 +16=3-20 +13=3-27 +29=6-47
wpawn Zane Brown 1448 58 0.29 1504 +9=2-17 +8=0-22 +17=2-39
wpawn Shan Sundararaj 1437 77 0.26 1502 +11=1-24 +9=2-30 +20=3-54
wpawn Alexander Stokes 1407 20 0.20 1511 +3=0-8 +1=0-8 +4=0-16
wpawn David Lee 1397 20 0.00 1529 +0=0-10 +0=0-10 +0=0-20
wpawn Daniel Pipe 1385 16 0.06 1490 +0=0-8 +1=0-7 +1=0-15




The following table shows the maximum rating recorded by individual players, and the date on which the rating was achieved

  Maximum Rating Achieved Date
Richard Dare 1734 3/04/2019
Prashant Mistry 1682 16/11/2017
Hilton Bennett 1677 1/11/2016
Graham Nolan 1667 6/12/2016
William Lynn 1651 2/07/2013
Michael Lin 1640 10/09/2019
Eushin Kang 1632 16/11/2017
Rowan Lightfoot 1619 4/12/2018
Max Stephens 1618 27/08/2019
Christopher Symon 1614 13/06/2017
Andrew Malcouronne 1608 17/09/2019
William Crombie 1604 6/03/2018
Richard Jackson 1603 17/11/2015
Gary Judkins 1600 14/11/2017
Joel Crombie 1596 17/09/2019
Ian Kennedy 1588 11/09/2018
Ben Wright 1588 17/09/2019
Leo Dizon 1580 19/06/2018
Robert Craig 1580 27/08/2019
Ruchira Silva 1578 25/09/2018
Murray Tuatini 1572 15/08/2017
Philip Rice 1571 6/08/2019
Paul Dalley 1566 12/02/2019
Alex Treat 1565 20/11/2018
Nathanial Loy 1560 22/05/2019
Udula Bandara 1557 11/09/2018
Kevin Li 1551 15/05/2018
Andy Song 1542 17/09/2019
Cam Sundararaj 1541 4/12/2018
Kaeden Govender 1541 17/09/2019
Sean Clark 1536 6/08/2019
Zane Brown 1531 28/09/2018
Lasen Silva 1525 11/09/2018
Daniel Loy 1513 14/08/2018
Alexander Stokes 1510 7/11/2017
Daniel Dizon 1510 22/08/2018
Daniel Pipe 1503 25/09/2018
Shan Sundararaj 1499 29/05/2018
David Lee 1481 11/06/2019
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Comments
  1. Rowan says:

    Hi Ian just wondering why RIchard has the most points yet is not first in the club ladder but is in the summary stats. Thanks

    • Ian says:

      On the ladder page you can read how the ladder works, Even if the clubs weakest player beats the player on the top of the ladder then they become top and so on.

      • Richard Dare says:

        I did not lose to Alex Treat i had a draw with him while playing white according to the Ladder if you lose to someone or draw with someone while playing white who was ranked lower than you in the ladder you swap places i understand the losing part but not the drawing part lol just because your playing white against a lower ranked player does not give you a decisive advantage also the issue i have with the ladder is you can be first for the ladder and never play in the club again and no one can ever take away your spot as no one can beat you as your not coming to tournaments as long as you keep playing the yearly chess club fee you will be first for the ladder forever. A more fair ladder would be biased on points you make so your ranking is biased on your points not on the latest game you played and to make it fair for people who have not been playing for long in the club every year the club ladder can reset so for every night of the chess club you tally up the points of each player add it to their total for the club ladder so you can see more accurately how players are doing per week i would happily record all the data of the results of all players on the tuesday night sort out all the points together and put players in order biased on points (if tie in points put them in alphabetical order) and send all the information to Ian so all he would have to do is copy and paste it on to the site the best thing about this potential new ladder is that no one can just not show up and be first forever as every night you do not show up others can overtake you as they will be gaining points and you won’t be by not showing up that my opinion feel free to reply i am open to suggestions. 🙂

  2. Richard Dare says:

    Hi Ian Kennedy how come my rating has dropped 6 points from last week despite me winning all my last 3 games?

    • Ian says:

      in the last set I had entered the summer cup twice, so the 1690 was wrong. Still a way to go to 1700 sorry

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