Australian Chess Federation (ACF) March Ratings

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Kate Woodley

Mar 2, 2021, 4:33:24 PMMar 2
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Hi Everyone,

The Australian Chess Federation March ratings are now out! You can see the March Standard (classic) ratings here and the March Rapid (quick) ratings here.

Congratulations to Larry Cheng and Hunter Sanchez who were #1 and #2 on the National Top Improvers list, gaining 299 and 279 standard rating points, respectively. Joshua Liang gained 205 standard rating points (#5 National Top Improver) whilst Shriya Karthik gained 162 points (#11), Siddharth Banerjea gained 151 points (#14) and Minchen Yang gained 130 points (#22). Well done to all of these up-and-coming young players.

Congratulations also to our ACT juniors whose standard ratings went over 1000 for the first time. Somon Vos increased his standard rating from 940! to 1030! whilst Minchen Yang increased his standard rating from 933!! to 1063!!, Shriya Karthik went from 861! to 1023! and Charles Huang went from 902 to 1009!

Two ACT Juniors made the National Top Junior lists: Lachlan Ho (#5 Under 16 years and #17 Under 18 years) and Saffron Archer (#15 Under 18 years) whilst three ACT players made the National Top Girls Under 20 listSaffron Archer (#2), Shriya Karthik (#9) and Erin Milne (#12). 

The next ACF ratings will come out in early June.

Secretary, ACT Junior Chess League

**All national top junior lists are based on standard ratings (i.e. ratings gained from events where each player has a minimum of 60 minutes per game). Standard ratings are used to select juniors for national development activities like the Junior Elite Training Squad (JETS) and international representative junior events, as well as some ACT Junior Chess League junior development activities.  
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