(1) The winner of the 2018 Australian Masters.
(2) The highest placed eligible Australian in the 2019 Australian Championship.
Players who qualify this way must also play 90 games recognised by ASPA during the qualifying period.
If any of these berths is unfilled for any reason, the place is taken by another player selected via ratings.
The primary criterion for ranking candidates is the Q statistic calculated like this:
If two players have the same Q statistic, the one with the greater number of games in the qualification period is ranked higher.
|1.||David Eldar (VIC)||0||2182.00|
|2.||Alastair Richards (QLD)||0||2055.00|
|3.||Edward Okulicz (NSW)||0||1995.00|
|4.||Chris May (NSW)||0||1954.00|
|5.||Naween Fernando (VIC)||0||1950.00|
|6.||Trevor Halsall (VIC)||0||1945.00|
|7.||Esther Perrins (NSW)||0||1938.00|
|8.||Richard Jeremy (ACT)||0||1934.00|
|9.||Cameron Farlow (QLD)||0||1923.00|
|10.||Daniel Piechnick (SA)||0||1918.00|
|11.||Andrew Fisher (VIC)||0||1891.00|
|12.||Peter Kougi (VIC)||0||1870.00|
|13.||Michael McKenna (ACT)||0||1865.00|
|14.||Julian McKail (VIC)||0||1863.00|
|15.||Michael Cameron (SA)||0||1860.00|
|16.||Jakob Teitelbaum (ACT)||0||1824.00|
|17.||Kristian Saether (QLD)||0||1811.00|
|18.||Anand Bharadwaj (VIC)||0||1806.00|
|19.||Joanne Craig (NSW)||7||1803.00||1803 (7)|
|20.||Russell Honeybun (WA)||0||1784.00|
|21.||Graham Bell (WA)||0||1764.00|
|22.||Michael Hornung (VIC)||0||1754.00|
|23.||Mythili Rudra (VIC)||0||1746.00|
|24.||Rod Talbot (NSW)||7||1737.00||1737 (7)|
|25.||Adam Kretschmer (SA)||0||1731.00|
|26.||John Holgate (NSW)||4||1712.00||1712 (4)|
|27.||Wayne Jones (NSW)||7||1710.00||1710 (7)|
|28.||Rocky Sharma (NSW)||0||1704.00|
|29.||Diyath Visidagamage (VIC)||0||1699.00|
|30.||Simon Walton (SA)||0||1692.00|