London, England 1890 (4)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games    Class 
Lee, Francis    2428 (31) 16.5 / 18 
Bird, Henry    2484 (30) 13 / 17 
Tinsley, Samuel    2429 (38) 13 / 18 
Müller, Oscar    2344 (33) 12 / 18 
van Vliet, Louis    2364 (35) 12 / 18 
Mason, James    2503 (33) 10 / 14 
Gossip, George    2273 (33) 6.5 / 12 
Davidson, A.G.    2163 (69) 6.5 / 15 
Jasnogrodsky, Nicolai    2215 (45) 6.5 / 16 
Gibbons, Thomas    2139 (40) 6.5 / 18 
Mortimer, James    2312 (35) 5.5 / 12 
Loman, Rudolf    2329 (33) 4.5 / 11 
Sellon, E.L.    2049 (58) 4.5 / 12 
Greatorex, T.E.    1874 (75) 4.5 / 15 
Curnock, Arthur    1996 (63) 3.5 / 12 
Hetley, J.E.    1925 (77) 3.5 / 14 
Ward-Higgs, William    2061 (60) 3 / 10 
Cole (1)    1582 (125) 1 /
Purchas, Francis    1616 (92) 0.5 /
 
  Odds for class difference of 1: pawn and move
  Odds for class difference of 2: pawn and two moves
  Odds for class difference of 3: a knight
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: Simpson's Divan Handicap
Place: London, England
Start date: 7 Apr. 1890
End date: May 1890
 
Notes:
The reports in the British Chess Magazine give a full crosstable (p.219) including the handicap class of each player, but the odds given between each class difference are not specified. Since there were four classes, I will assume that the traditional odds of Pawn and Move, Pawn and Two Moves and Knight were given between class differences of 1, 2 and 3, respectively. Loman's total score at the right of the crosstable is given as 5, whereas his individual game scores add up to 4.5. The end date is not given, but since the final report appeared in the June 1890 issue of British Chess Magazine, I presume that it finished in May.
 
References
Books
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 213
Periodicals
   [BCM], vol. 10, no. 4, Apr. 1890, page 127
   [BCM], vol. 10, no. 5, May 1890, page 178
   [BCM], vol. 10, no. 6, June 1890, page 218