Bringing Chess to Visually Impaired People

The Gazette - July 1998

Edited by Peter Price
The views expressed in the Gazette do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the BCA, nor those of the editor.

BCA INTERNAL OVER-THE-BOARD GRADINGS

Dear members, below are your up-to-date BCA internal over-the-board gradings for games played between BCA players. These are not the BCF gradings.

Ali A. 30, Ali J. 50, Bell 59, Benson 152, Bohre 128, Beutlehoff 176, Brown A. 43, Brown B. 31, Brown C. 43, Brown S. 119, Burnell 149, Busbridge 45, Campbell 26, Carlin 102, Cash 27, Chambers 157, Cohen 29, Cohn 108, Collisson 57, Crombie 111, DeVoss 158, Doyle 142, Draine 32, Eastwick-Field 97, Farrant 16, Friese E. 102, Friese W. 75, Gailans C. 30, Gailans V. 98, Gallagher 107, Gardener 100, Garnett 92, Gibbs 37, Glass 70, Gordon 103, Green 85, Hall 62, Hamari 53, Harris 109, Harrington 22, Hewitt L. 42, Hewitt M. 141, Hodgkins 130, Horrocks 121, Keating 150, Kelly 24, Kirkham 72, Lidstone 33, Lilley 184, Loftus 139, Long 20, Lovell 145, Mordue 200, Murphy 114, Mistry 51, Nair 85, O’Brien 105, Oliver 120, Osborne 69, Parry 74, Patching 59, Pearson 80, Perham 55, Phillips 81, Plechaty 92, Pohlers 181, Price 59, Reader 61, Rich 32, Richmond 127, Ross 172, Schaefer 130, Sheany 47, Sobers 98, Spink 76, Thomson 62, Thacker 106, Van Gelder 120, Wagner 67, Watkins 55, Williams M. 50, Williamson 152, Wood 41, Zemann 103.

Well done Matt Hewitt, your grade increased by the most points in one year from 100 to 141! If anyone has any interest in how I work out your grades, please get in touch with me.

John Gallagher, Leeds.