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2016 Correspondence Ladder Tournament Standings

The Correspondence Ladder Tournament is a fun and exciting tournament! All participants are listed in reverse order in accordance to their current ranking. The goal is to work your way up the ladder by challenging players above you in hopes you can reach the top by the end of the tournament!! All correspondence games are played by e-mail. If you would like to start playing chess by e-mail, just contact us, and we will get you started!!

For the rules of this tournament, please see Rules for the 2016 Ladder Tournament

Below please find the current standings, but if you would like to see a list of all of the game matchups and their results, then just go to the Matchups page.

Current Ladder Standings


Last Updated: January 9, 2017

Before the Ladder List, please keep in mind the following:
* Originally you can challenge any available player one or two places above or below you. If they are not available, then you can challenge any available player 3 or 4 places above you.
* To challenge someone, please send your challenge to the Tournament Director.
* Challenges are accepted in the order the Tournament Director receives them.
* It is always good to challenge someone above you before someone below you challenges you. You can not move up on the ladder unless you are playing players above you.

2016 Ladder List

1, Tuan Rushdi
2, Curtis Cockayne
3, Jim Thoune
4, Estelita Clayton
5, Anthony Horton
6, Dammy Onafeko
7, Al Pietrolungo
8, Phil Haaland
9, Jimmy Simpson
10, Evan Reese
11, Alan Schlank
12, Nancy Seiden
13, Debbie Mckenzie
14, Cliff Smales
15, Chris Chaffin

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