London, England 1886 (7)




Results
 
Crosstable scores
Name   Edo    Dev.   Score  /  Games   
Gattie, Walter    2394 (40) 15 / 18 
Guest, Antony    2370 (41) 13.5 / 18 
Hooke, George    2347 (43) 13.5 / 18 
Wainwright, George    2335 (39) 13.5 / 18 
Hunter, Andrew    2232 (45) 12 / 18 
Jacobs, Herbert    2308 (47) 12 / 18 
Anger, Frederic    2259 (47) 11.5 / 18 
Chepmell, Claude    2198 (57) 11 / 18 
Mills, Daniel    2301 (36) 11 / 18 
Donisthorpe, Wordsworth    2257 (35) 10.5 / 18 
Trenchard, Herbert    2177 (41) 9.5 / 18 
Reeves, Henry    2190 (38) 9 / 18 
Fredenson, M.    2082 (69) 7.5 / 18 
Salter, David    2093 (54) 7 / 18 
Lowe, H.F.    2155 (51) 6 / 18 
Smith, Stephen    1968 (53) 4 / 18 
Rabson, R.    1866 (50) 3.5 / 18 
Budd, S.    1558 (130) 1 / 18 
Kirke, J.    1596 (73) 0 / 18 
 
 

Event table notes

Event data
Name: 2nd British Chess Association Congress - Amateur Championship Tourney
Place: London, England
Start date: July 1886
End date: Oct. 1886
 
Notes:
Sergeant gives the top 6 scores, but says Guest, Hooke and Wainwright scored 13, whereas the crosstables in Gaige and Di Felice gives them 13.5. I am guessing that the player listed as 'Reeve-Farrow' is actually H.A. Reeves, who is known to have used the pseudonym 'Dr. Farrow' in 1896.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1747-1900, page 100
   Gaige, Chess Tournament Crosstables I, page 50
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 201, 203

Tournament information updated: 5 Jan. 2017