3 Chess Game History for CXR Player John Readey
 
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Game History for John Readey
Player ID: 6234-A, United States Chess League, U.S.A.
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Game
ID
John's
Result
John's Rating
Before  &  After
John's
Color
Name of
Opponent
Oppon.
ID
Oppon.
Rating
Game
Date
Time
Cntrl
Opening
Moves
Event
ID
Comments
    57763     WON 2326     2346   BLACK P.Bereolos 6233-B 2309 08/28/06 g/90   155  
    57813     LOST 2346     2326   WHITE O.Zaikov 6237-R 2375 09/06/06 g/60   155  
    58562     DRAWN 2326     2324   WHITE P.Bereolos 6233-B 2288 09/20/06 g/60 Nf3...Nf6
c4...g6
Nc3...Bg7
155 Seattle vs. Tennessee  
    58871     DRAWN 2324     2306   WHITE A.Moreno-Roman 6253-Y 1864 10/04/06 g/60 Nf3...Nf6
c4...e6
g3...b6
155 Seattle vs. Miami  
    59288     WON 2306     2336   BLACK D.Pruess 62-H 2522 10/11/06 g/90 e4...d6
Nc3...g6
f4...Bg7
155 San Francisco vs. Seattle  
    59532     DRAWN 2336     2338   WHITE D.Zilberstein 3029-R 2388 10/23/06 g/90 Nf3...d5
c4...d4
g3...Nc6
155 Seattle vs San Francisco - 113 Moves!  
    59867     WON 2338     2357   BLACK I.Schneider 1056-C 2300 11/08/06 g/60 e4...d6
d4...Nf6
Nc3...g6
155 Dallas vs. Seattle - Playoffs: Wildcard Round  
    66647     WON 2357     2367   BLACK G.Larson 6515-W 2088 09/12/07 g/60 e4...d6
d4...Nf6
Nc3...g6
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    66806     LOST 2367     2348   WHITE J.Donaldson 3040-W 2408 09/19/07 g/120 Nf3...c5
c4...Nc6
g3...g6
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    67275     LOST 2348     2331   BLACK J.Bonin 34-Q 2440 10/03/07 g/30 d4...d6
e4...Nf6
Nc3...g6
261 U.S.Chess League 2007 Season  
    79089     DRAWN 2331     2333   BLACK B.Lugo 3012-B 2386 08/27/08 g/90 e4...g6
d4...Bg7
Nc3...d6
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    79224     LOST 2333     2309   BLACK J.Bick 7402-W 2265 09/03/08 g/90 d4...Nf6
c4...g6
Nc3...Bg7
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    79355     DRAWN 2309     2307   WHITE M.Molner 1022-B 2255 09/10/08 g/90 Nf3...Nf6
c4...c5
Nc3...e6
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    80068     LOST 2307     2292   WHITE J.Bartholomew 7401-P 2466 09/29/08 g/120 Nf3...d5
d4...Nf6
c4...c6
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    80377     LOST 2292     2270   BLACK S.Shankland 6251-Y 2273 10/14/08 g/120 e4...g6
d4...Bg7
Nc3...d6
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    80430     LOST 2270     2246   BLACK J.Bick 7402-W 2199 10/22/08 g/90 d4...Nf6
c4...g6
Nc3...Bg7
373 U.S.Chess League
  2008 Season  
    97319     DRAWN 2246     2246   BLACK P.Bereolos 6233-B 2234 10/21/09 g/60 d4...d6
c4...e5
Nf3...e4
736 U.S.Chess League 2009 Season  
(17 games displayed)


A d d i t i o n a l     A n a l y s i s
SCORE% as White SCORE% as Black Overall SCORE%
28.57 % 50 % 41.17 %
Average Rating Change when playing as WHITE: -10.5
Average Rating Change when playing as BLACK: -0.6
Average Rating Change in 8 ENDGAMES (>47 moves): -0.5
Average Rating Change Overall: -4.70
Doctor Kibbitz says:
"
FM Readey has had more success playing the Black pieces. High draw percentage suggests aversion to risk-taking. Endgame play is fair. FM Readey has not had a win in 9 games."
 
CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Player John Readey as White Player CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Player John Readey as Black Player
CXR Chess Win-Loss-Draw Pie Chart for Games of Player John Readey Decided in Endgame
Note: We regard any game of 48 moves or longer to be includable in endgame statistics. Approximately one third of all chess games are decided in the endgame. One can see, therefore, that endgame skills are of tremendous importance. Yet, this is an area that is very often neglected by young players. Success in the endgame demands familiarity with its own particular skill set; the strategy and tactics of the opening and middlegame are out of place here. Understanding the endgame's unique nature, and studying its mechanics, will catapult the player forward to mastery over his or her peers. Without this understanding, the greatest triumphs over the board are just not possible.
 

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