Entries

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The table below shows all of the 2020 Congress entries received so far. (This does not necessarily mean that the appropriate entry fee has been received or processed yet – please email the Entry Secretary if you have any queries.)

Notes: (1) The grades shown below are taken from the January 2020 ECF grading list – as noted in the rules, this is the grading list that will be used to determine section eligibility and seedings; (2) If you have requested a bye in a particular round, this will be indicated alongside your name.

Entries received so far

Last updated on 26 February 2020

127 entries received so far: 40 in the Open, 42 in the Major, and 45 in the Minor.

OPEN
[FM] Will Claridge-Hansen (225)
[IM] Gary Lane (222)
[IM] Peter Large (est 218)
Russell Granat (213)
[FM] Robin Moss (208)
Carsten Stanetzek (est 200)
Gerald Moore (198)
Oscar Garcia (194)
[FM] Mike Waddington (190)
Bruce Baer (186)
Peter Chaplin (185) – Bye in Rd 1
Allan Pleasants (184)
Paul Helbig (183)
Steve Dilleigh (183)
Tony Lee (183)
Jonathan Wells (182)
Stephen Piper (182)
Eric Gardiner (181) – Bye in Rd 1
Chris Lowe (177) – Bye in Rd 1
Roger De Coverly (177)
Alan Brusey (176) – Bye in Rd 1
Graham Bolt (176) – Bye in Rd 1
Christof Brixel (173)
John Bass (173)
Peter Jaszkiwskyj (170) – Bye in Rd 4
John F. Wheeler (169)
David Littlejohns (163)
Matthew Wilson (163)
Robert Wright (est 163) – Bye in Rd 1
Adam Woodruff (162)
Marcus Gosling (162) – Bye in Rd 1
Giles Body (161)
Paul Aston (161)
Michael Stinton-Brownbridge (159) – Bye in Rd 1
Chris Levy (156)
Richard Smith (156)
David Holmes (153) – Bye in Rd 3
Stuart Ross (140)
Derek Sheppard (132) – Bye in Rd 1
Marcell Czegeny (UG) – SECTION TBC

U-155 MAJOR (U-1863 FIDE)
Andrew Waters (154)
Franz Pittman (154)
Sam Coutu-Oughton (154)
Brendan O’Gorman (153)
Ivor Annetts (153) – Bye in Rd 1
Ronnie Burton (151) – Bye in Rd 1
Darren Freeman (149)
Percy Gill (148) – Bye in Rd 1
Robert McClatchey (147)
Malcolm Steevens (146) – Bye in Rd 1
Martin Charles Page (146)
Jack Tye (144)
James Fewkes (143)
Arthur Hibbitt (141)
Golf Sookphanich (141) – Bye in Rd 1
Sam Cotterill (141)
Dave Turner (140)
Jeremy Brockes (140)
Alex Poyser (139)
Gillian Moore (139)
Colin Sellwood (138)
Stephen Williams (138) – Bye in Rd 1
Daniel Williamson (est 135)
Robert Oughton (133)
Oliver Isaac (131) – Bye in Rd 1
Rob Woolacott (131)
Binoy Manimala (est 130) – Bye in Rd 3
Lynne Fursman (130)
Tim Jones (130) – Bye in Rd 1
Michael Wickham (129)
Paul O’Brien (129)
Robert Wilby (129)
David Culliford (128) – Bye in Rd 3
Rob Fursman (128)
Mauro Farina (127)
Paul Foster (127) – Bye in Rd 3
Reece Whittington (est 127)
Paul Brackner (120) – Bye in Rd 3
Christine Constable (117)
Tiiu Loog (112)
Clifford Peach (107) – Bye in Rd 1
Carl Bracey (UG) – SECTION TBC

U-125 MINOR (U-1638 FIDE)
Ian Henry (124)
Ken Alexander (124)
David Gilbert (122)
Grant Daly (122)
Gregor Fotheringham (122) – Bye in Rd 4
Joseph Farrell (122) – Bye in Rd 1
Paul Cowan (120)
Richard Smith (120)
Chris Webb (119)
Richard Brenton (119)
Joe Cunningham (118)
John Wilkinson (116) – Bye in Rd 1
Barry Childs (est 114) – Bye in Rd 1
Ted Paul (113)
James Galloway (112) – Bye in Rd 1
John Jeremiah (112) – Bye in Rd 1
Joy Fursman (112)
Martin Archbold (112) – Bye in Rd 1
John Webb (111)
Mike Cuggy (111)
Ray Hunt (111)
Barry Lippard (110)
Ian Farrow (110)
John Dean (110) – Bye in Rd 1
Maurice Richards (109)
Timothy Allen (109)
Clive Blackburn (104) – Bye in Rd 1
Paul Collis (104)
Roy Greenhalgh (103) – Bye in Rd 1
Peter J. Hughes (100) – Bye in Rd 3
Steven Cawser (100)
Peter Saunders (97)
Kevin Huntley (92) – Bye in Rd 1
John W. Carr (86) – Bye in Rd 1
Peter Carrick (85) – Bye in Rd 1
Hazel Welch (84) – Bye in Rd 1
Graham Jones (83)
Robert Kelso (83) – Bye in Rd 1
Shaun Walsh (83)
Klaus Tekniepe (80) – Bye in Rd 4
William Caufield (est 70) – Bye in Rd 2
Lloyd Russell (68)
Andrew Raymond Queen (65)
Wendy Carr (45) – Bye in Rd 1
Douglas Gardner (18) – Bye in Rd 1

 

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