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Old January 16th 15, 08:07 PM posted to rec.games.chess.misc
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Default Rinvolucri beats an IM in a 4NCL game

Arthur Rinvolucri impressed Jon Speelman by beating an IM in a 4NCL game. But how much of a David/Goliath act is this? What sort of info is there on Rinvolucri. I can't find anything on him at all.
What is his BCF?

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On 16/01/15 20:07, Paul wrote:
Arthur Rinvolucri impressed Jon Speelman by beating an IM in a 4NCL
game. But how much of a David/Goliath act is this? What sort of
info is there on Rinvolucri. I can't find anything on him at all.


See "http://www.ecfgrading.org.uk/new/player.php?PlayerCode=287791A".
He is not currently registered with 4NCL, and has no FIDE code, but despite
this seems to have played for Wood Green and beaten IM Dagne Ciuksyte. The
game is available on the 4NCL web site.

What is his BCF?


His ECF rating, according to the above URL, is 147, based last year
on just 10 games. That corresponds to something around 1800 FIDE.

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