Christopher Kreuzer wrote:It does look wrong, but how on Earth did you find that anomaly?
Roger de Coverly wrote:Reverse-engineering the actual rule, as CWW is no longer an ECF member according to the current and earlier ECF membership lists, I could conclude that the "published" grade is based on games against ECF members with the games against non-members discarded. One or two Yorkshire Congresses follow this practice as well.
Alex Holowczak wrote:His grade is based on the 6 games played in the Game Fee paying Congress, and his League results have been ignored, for whoever is responsible for paying for it hasn't, and has no intention of so doing.
Andrew Bak wrote:I'm not that au-fait with the different grading systems, and I have read the comments on this topic so far, but am not quite sure that I understand what the actual situation is.
Alex Holowczak wrote: Instead, these games get submitted for Yorkshire grading, at a Game Fee rate that is presumably much cheaper than the equivalent ECF rate.
Roger de Coverly wrote:If this was ETTA (table tennis), Yorkshire players would be banned from the 4NCL and other "national" events for taking part in unregistered leagues.
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