Wardhaugh, Carrick




Ratings

Year       Rank    Edo    Dev.   Games 
1904  594  1917 (76) 1
1905  613  1929 (65) 8
1906  611  1930 (61) 7
1907  610  1958 (60) 0
1908  570  1985 (53) 7
1909  570  2014 (48) 11
1910  518  2042 (43) 20
1911  538  2025 (42) 18
1912  522  2007 (44) 19
1913  492  1978 (48) 16
1914  429  1974 (56) 5
1915  388  1977 (63) 0
1916  378  1981 (67) 0
1917  355  1984 (67) 0
1918  346  1987 (64) 0
1919  333  1991 (58) 11
1920  365  2011 (56) 14
1921  311  1997 (65) 7

Rating table notes

Biographical data
Name: Wardhaugh, Carrick  
Born: 1 Jan. 1874
Died: 26 Sep. 1930
 
Notes:
Gaige has 'W. Wardhaugh' at Glasgow 1909, but 'C. Wardhaugh' at many other events from 1908 to 1927, and just 'Wardhaugh' in 1905 and 1906. Di Felice has 'Wardhaugh, Carrick' at all of these events. Alan McGowan, on his Chess Scotland website, suggests that this was simply an error. Gaige cites the British Chess Magazine of 1909 (p.215) for the Glasgow 1909 crosstable. McGowan cites The Year-Book of Chess by Michell for the initial 'W', and says that to his knowledge the only player named Wardhaugh active at that time was Carrick Wardhaugh (personal communication). I will consider the initial 'W' to be an error.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 320
   Gaige, Chess Personalia, page 456
   Thulin, Name index to CTC, page 291, 292

Tournament data

Hastings 1904 (1)     London League - Three Unions Match    
  Wardhaugh, C. - Dunstan, R.     0 - 1    
Stirling 1905     22nd Scottish Championship     3.5  /  8
Glasgow 1906     23rd Scottish Championship     0.5  /  7
Dundee 1908     25th Scottish Championship     2.5  /  7
Glasgow 1909     26th Scottish Championship     4.5  /  11
Edinburgh 1910     27th Scottish Championship     4  /  9
Oxford 1910 (2)     British Chess Federation Major Open Tournament     6  /  11
Glasgow 1911 (1)     28th Scottish Championship     2  /  7
Glasgow 1911 (3)     British Chess Federation Major Open Tournament     5  /  11
Edinburgh 1912     29th Scottish Championship     2  /  8
Richmond 1912 (2)     9th British Chess Federation Tournament - Major Open     4  /  11
Glasgow 1913     30th Scottish Championship     1  /  6
Cheltenham 1913 (2)     10th British Chess Federation Tournament - Major Open     1.5  /  10
Dundee 1914     31st Scottish Championship     1.5  /  5
Hastings 1919 (2)     British Chess Federation Special Victory Congress - Minor Tournament     1.5  /  11
Edinburgh 1920 (1)     33rd Scottish Championship     2  /  5
Edinburgh 1920 (3)     13th British Chess Federation Congress - Major Open Tournament     4  /  10
Glasgow 1921     34th Scottish Championship     2  /  7


Player information updated: 6 Feb. 2016