Chambers, John




Ratings

Year       Rank    Edo    Dev.   Games 
1884  567  1960 (58) 9
1885  544  1978 (49) 11
1886  532  1975 (42) 39
1887  509  1990 (48) 9
1888  501  1993 (51) 6
1889  482  2000 (51) 11
1890  465  2025 (53) 9
1891  446  2045 (55) 5
1892  504  2028 (56) 11
1893  548  2010 (62) 0
1894  590  1992 (63) 0
1895  600  1973 (60) 7
1896  600  1968 (62) 0
1897  611  1963 (58) 11
1898  614  1963 (64) 0
1899  628  1963 (65) 0
1900  638  1963 (64) 0
1901  648  1963 (58) 8
1902  613  1987 (56) 5
1903  607  1990 (54) 4
1904  628  2005 (50) 5
1905  651  2004 (43) 18
1906  667  2007 (43) 18
1907  688  2002 (47) 7
1908  692  2000 (48) 7
1909  767  1985 (46) 21
1910  767  1973 (56) 9

Rating table notes

Biographical data
Name: Chambers, John Dibbin  
Born: 1842
Died: 15 June 1930
 
Notes:
Forster, Harding, and Di Felice have 'Chambers, John Dillon'. McGowan has 'John Dibbin Chambers'. Possibly the 'G.D. Chambers' who played in the circulating chess game reported in the Chess Monthly of Sept. 1883 (see Chess Note 4652), but the first initial 'G' would then have to be an error. Gaige has date of birth as 1842. McGowan has date of birth as 'c1845'.
 
References
Books
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1747-1900, page 223
   Di Felice, Chess Results, 1901-1920, page 302
   Forster, Amos Burn, page 261, 956
   Gaige, Chess Personalia, page 67
   Harding, Joseph Henry Blackburne, page 209, 235, 573
   Sergeant, Century of British Chess, page 192
   Thulin, Name index to CTC, page 45
Web
   Mann, Steve.  [Yorkshire Chess History - 1883: Blackburne in Sheffield]
   McGowan, Alan.  [John Dibbin Chambers]
   McGowan, Alan.  [Scottish Championship 1895]
   Sericano, C.  [Belfast 1886]
   Winter, Edward.  [CN 4652. Chess by circulation]

Tournament data

Glasgow 1884     1st Scottish Championship     2.5  /  9
Edinburgh 1885     2nd Scottish Championship     6  /  11
Glasgow 1886     3rd Scottish Championship     4  /  11
Nottingham 1886 (2)     Counties Chess Association - Minor Tourney, Division I     1.5  /  6
Nottingham 1886 (6)     Counties Chess Association - Handicap Tournament    
  Chambers, J.D. - Job, J.     0 - 1          Chambers, J.D. gave odds of pawn and two moves
Belfast 1886 (1)     2nd Irish Chess Association Congress     3  /  8
Belfast 1886 (2)     Handicap Tournament     7.5  /  13      odds player in pawn and two moves class
Edinburgh 1887     4th Scottish Championship     4.5  /  8
Stamford 1887 (3)     Counties Chess Association Meeting - Handicap Tournament    
  Chambers, J.D. - Mills, D.Y.     0 - 1          Mills, D.Y. gave odds of the move
Glasgow 1888 (1)     Glasgow - Liverpool Club Match    
  Chambers, J.D. - Howard, F.C.     0.5 - 0.5    
Glasgow 1888 (2)     5th Scottish Championship     1  /  5
Edinburgh 1889     6th Scottish Championship     6  /  10
Liverpool 1889 (1)     Glasgow - Liverpool Club Match    
  Chambers, J.D. - Sugden, E.S.     0.5 - 0.5    
Dundee 1890     7th Scottish Championship     5.5  /  9
Glasgow 1891 (1)     8th Scottish Championship     5  /  5
Edinburgh 1892     9th Scottish Championship     6  /  11
Edinburgh 1895 (1)     12th Scottish Championship     2.5  /  7
Glasgow 1897     14th Scottish Championship     4.5  /  10
Liverpool 1897 (1)     Glasgow - Liverpool Club Match    
  Chambers, J.D. - Rutherford, W.W.     0 - 1    
Manchester 1901 (1)     Lancashire - Cheshire County Match    
  Chambers, J.D. - Wellington, S.     0 - 1    
Glasgow 1901 (2)     18th Scottish Championship     2  /  7
Perth, Scotland 1902     19th Scottish Championship     3  /  5
Edinburgh 1903     20th Scottish Championship     1  /  4
Dundee 1904     21st Scottish Championship     3  /  5
Stirling 1905     22nd Scottish Championship     3  /  8
Southport 1905 (3)     2nd British Chess Federation Congress - First Class, Section A     4  /  10
Glasgow 1906     23rd Scottish Championship     3.5  /  7
Shrewsbury 1906 (3)     3rd British Chess Federation Congress - First Class Amateur Tournament     4  /  11
Edinburgh 1907     24th Scottish Championship     2.5  /  7
Dundee 1908     25th Scottish Championship     3.5  /  7
Glasgow 1909     26th Scottish Championship     4  /  11
Scarborough 1909 (3)     6th British Chess Federation Congress - First Class, Section B     2.5  /  10
Edinburgh 1910     27th Scottish Championship     3  /  9


Player information updated: 5 May 2020