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Fred Aborn

Rating (2450)
Last moved 28 minutes ago

About Fred Aborn

I played my games according to the style of Anderson for awhile. Then I played according to a book by Karpov. Later I built a database of the games of Sergey Karjakin because he had a nice simple opening style that I wanted to learn for OTB play. Now I use a new more complete opening book which includes the best of modern play.

I've been playing since 1954. My favorite opening move back then was P-R4. Later I played in college where my roommate taught me the fools mate. After that, I played where I worked and won those tournaments. In the early 1980's, I used to go to the Boylston Chess club at nights.

I played postal chess in the era before good computer chess programs and did very well. I played chess computers for a few years before I found out how high their rating was. I improved a public domain computer program by making it play faster. I've acquired and read a hundred chess books over the years. I occasionally play at chess bars.

Rating Trend (last 50 games)

Rated Won / Drawn / Lost

All Rated

495 games

As White

232 games

As Black

263 games

Player Stats

All Games Played604
Rated496
Won449
Lost27
Drawn128
In Progress6
All Moves18479
Moves This Month95
Rating2450
Tournament Entry Rating2454

Rated Color

All

495 games

Won

369 games

Lost

19 games

Drawn

107 games

Rated Timeouts

Won

39 games

Lost

3 games

Historical

90 days1 Year5 Years
Highest Rating245124582458
Average Rating243824432398
Lowest Rating242224222299
Opponent Average Rating213920161991
Games Rated2372329
  • Moves This Month is the number of moves made since the 1st of the month.
  • Highest Rating excludes provisional (first 20) games.
  • Tournament Entry Rating is calculated by the formula (CurrentRating + HighestRating) / 2. The entry rating will never drop to more than 100 points below your Highest Rating.
  • Rated stats are updated within 24 hours of the last completed rated game. Last refreshed on 31 May '18 .