TWIC Tromso Women’s olm – Players w/o FIDE id.

As previously mentioned,  here is the list of players without a FIDE id from the TWIC PGN download of Tromso Women’s olm – 2014: TWIC players w/o FIDE id ——————————————————————————————————————————– N_game TWIC_name                          FIDE_id   FIDE_name                            Bday    FED          TI  Rating/Games ——————————————————————————————————————————–    5   Alawadhi, Amenah                   10301100  Alawadhi, Amenah                     (1980)  KUW                0 / 0    1   Aluteni, El-Shaadai               …

CG alpha-2 country codes

CG alpha-2, as in two-letter country codes used by ChessGames. The following list was prepared from the Women’s Tromso olm 2014 tournament by cross-checking the <CG> player data against the <FIDE> player data. It is incomplete, almost certainly, but is hopefully correct so far as it goes. And it is the other attempt at any…

CG name matching with FIDE – verbose listing

Here’s a list of names where my rudimentary name matching algorithm finds a difference substantial enough to report (vs. just dropping a period in an initial, or capitalizing “von”, etc.). I put a snippet of python code in as well just for illustration. First I merge two lists into one, matched being the CG players…

CG merge list – Tromso Open 2014

Here are CG records which I believe should be merged (the 2nd entry of each pair’s games should be migrated to the first player and the second player deleted – although the name itself might be migrated – but the FIDE name should be consulted). CG merge list – Tromso Open 2014 – duplicate player…

CG missing FIDE id’s from Tromso 2014

It would be much easier to just delete all the data uploaded from FIDE’s Tromso 2014 tournament and restart. But since many of the players/games have discussion streams that isn’t practical. Unfortunately, FIDE original posting of the PGN caught ChessGames (CG) unaware – and so the PGN WhiteID and BlackID tags were ignored. Normally, FIDE…

CG data structures

This post is here because posts don’t have a proper format for plain text formatting (you know, simple ascii text where you want the columns to align). WordPress’ recent changes have made it harder to find, but the pre-tag is still there – if you work hard enough to find it. Anyways, here of some…