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Taotaomonas

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Fri Jan 4 2019 9:45PM | MsgID: 19790093


Blitz at its Best.... I do not know what the sarcastic yawn symbol is


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TheWelshKnight

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Poland
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Sun Dec 30 2018 3:10PM | edited: 3:24:53 | MsgID: 19789951


Seems even the official adjudicators are similarly unperturbed. Maybe I should use the word relaxed but prefer an air of sophistication.

Love the picture, cute, Ahh!!!

Feeling Armenia shouldn't be alone with the curriculum specialisation.







Taotaomonas

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Sun Dec 30 2018 2:46PM | MsgID: 19789950




The up and coming young players appear not to worry about it

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GraczNiejednoznaczne

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Sun Dec 30 2018 3:52AM | edited: 6:56:44 | MsgID: 19789939










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San Marino
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Sun Dec 30 2018 3:48AM | MsgID: 19789938


Originally posted by: "GraczNiejednoznaczne"
Thanks for the clarification on the treatment of disabled players, but the main point of why only one hand has not been solved.

Assumption is one based on etiquette, nothing else seems to fit. If that is the case what are they(FIDE) saying about the average chess player??

Finding it difficult to resolve this relatively new rule. Can make the legal way to castle an interesting conversation.










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Taotaomonas

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Sat Dec 29 2018 6:16PM | MsgID: 19789928


In fairness my friend my post should have read do not rather than do.

Points 1 - 3 I guess clarify things.

https://www.fide.com/FIDE/handbook/GuidelinesOnTreatmentOfDisabledChessPlayers.pdf







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Poland
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Sat Dec 29 2018 3:00PM | edited: 3:25:30 | MsgID: 19789924


Led me to ask the question of why only one hand: IMHO it's a pretty stupid rule put in place by a pompous idiot of the FIDE's ruling elite. How does it even sway cheating? What happens in pawn promotion? Especially in OTB chess which some of us equally enjoy.

Can I also add this, I am a fan of foot and mouth, as well as hand art, and not being one to cause disharmony, but in Chessworld we are all individuals and believe it or not some of us have disabilities which prevent the use of one hand?

Just philosophising.









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Fri Dec 28 2018 9:56PM | MsgID: 19789914


Originally posted by: "TheWelshKnight"
Article 4: The act of moving the pieces

4.1
Each move must be played with one hand only.




This should not be a problem for anyone on the site as only one hand is needed to hold the mouse!







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Fri Dec 28 2018 9:50PM | MsgID: 19789912


Originally posted by: "TheWelshKnight"
Article 4: The act of moving the pieces

4.1
Each move must be played with one hand only.




Are we questioning those amongst us who do have the luxury of 10 fingers or more!

Or whether some on site are breaking the rules by not using at least 5 to type a request to there engine as to what to play next?!







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