Player Nationality Points Avg.Opp.rat. First Loss
Toby Pilling   England 15 1669,4 no loss
Alan Smee   Australia 12 1713,6 5
Mel Falk   Sweden 12 1600,0 4
Olivier Dietsch   France 12 1575,4 1
Martin Svärd   Sweden 10 1661,8 4
Mattias Bergwall   Sweden 10 1616,6 3
Christopher Peyre   Sweden 10 1607,0 3
Timo Kärnä   Finland 9 1679,0 3
Andreas Carlsson   Sweden 9 1622,0 3
Derek Ward   Australia 9 1661,4 2
Daniel Bottemanne  France 9 1351,0 2
Carl Alex Friis-Nielsen   Denmark 9 1401,6 1
Erik Leander   Sweden 7 1620,4 2
Eoin Corrigan (4 games)  Ireland 6 1636,3 2
George T.   France 6 1536,6 2
Niels Larsen   Denmark 6 1523,6 2
Andreas Larsson   Sweden 6 1529,2 1
Håkan Isaksson   Sweden 6 1525,8 1
Mattias Rönnblom  Sweden 6 1524,8 1
Stefan Nilsson (4 games)  Sweden 6 1457,8 1
Martin Houmøller  (2 games)  Denmark 3 1649,0 2
Jes Touvdal (2 games)  Denmark 3 1546,5 2
Martin Kristensen   Denmark 3 1646,4 1
Stephen Burleigh   England 3 1392,3 1
Mikko Lukkari  (2 games)  Finland 3 1679,0 1
Stefan Fiedler  (2 games)  Sweden 3 1573,0 1
Hans Bugge  (2 games)  Norway 3 1428,0 1
Sami Pelkonen   Finland 0 1569,8 1
Göran Andersson   Sweden 0 1454,8 1
Henrik Sannesson (3 games)  Sweden 0 1670,0 1
Håkan Nilsson  (3 games)  Sweden 0 1550,0 1
Keld Hjortskov  (2 games)  Denmark 0 1509,0 1






ASO 2013 was a five round tournament.

*n games: The player only played n rounds.

Points: 3 points are awarded for a win, and 1 for a draw.

Tiebreaker 1: The tournament round, where the player lost his first game. A round that is not played is an automatic loss.

Tiebreaker 2 (only players who have lost at least one game): The average ASO rating, at the beginning of the tournament, of all opponents the player has played against in the tournament.