Surrey Border League Fixtures on-line

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Surrey Border League Fixtures on-line

Post by John Upham » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:23 pm

The Surrey Border League has published its draft fixture list for the 2011 - 2012 season.

See http://www.borderleague.org.uk/ and select Future Fixtures.

You may filter fixtures for a date, a Division, a Club or a Team by clicking on the appropriate item.

This may be of interest to those clubs who play in the Surrey League and in the Berkshire League as to their fixtures. :D
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Re: Surrey Border League Fixtures on-line

Post by James Toon » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:01 pm

Thanks John. Are there any rule changes that players should know about?

The Central London League joins the Border League in being one of the very few leagues in the country to offer a Fischer time control (80 10).

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Post by John Upham » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:10 pm

James Toon wrote:Thanks John. Are there any rule changes that players should know about?


The Central London League joins the Border League in being one of the very few leagues in the country to offer a Fischer time control (80 10).
We like to set some standards at least! :D

The AGM took place on July 29th. The minutes and any rules changes from that meeting are being finalised.

I will publish these on the archive section of the SBL web site. Previous years AGM minutes may be found there.

I hope you like the image I use to indicate adjournments. We managed to wipe them out last season! :lol:
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Post by John Philpott » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:35 am

James Toon wrote
The Central London League joins the Border League in being one of the very few leagues in the country to offer a Fischer time control (80 10).
So does the Essex League.

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Post by Kevin Thurlow » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:48 am

"The Central London League joins the Border League in being one of the very few leagues in the country to offer a Fischer time control (80 10)."

"So does the Essex League."

So does the Surrey League
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Post by John Upham » Thu Aug 11, 2011 9:08 am

Kevin Thurlow wrote:
So does the Surrey League
However, the Surrey League still permits adjudication :roll: which Jethro Tull wrote a song about...

Are the adjudicated results submitted for grading? :(
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Post by Kevin Thurlow » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:05 pm

"Are the adjudicated results submitted for grading?"

If they were, they were late.
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Post by matt_ward » Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:45 pm

I seriously can not comprehend why adjudications are allowed.

What is the difference between someone adjudicating their game, and looking at it with the aid of computer assistance and someone using pocket Fritz on their Mobile phone during the game.

If one makes this argument there is absolutely NO reason for adjudications to take place and therefore should be demolished.

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Post by Alan Walton » Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:53 pm

matt_ward wrote:I seriously can not comprehend why adjudications are allowed.

What is the difference between someone adjudicating their game, and looking at it with the aid of computer assistance and someone using pocket Fritz on their Mobile phone during the game.

If one makes this argument there is absolutely NO reason for adjudications to take place and therefore should be demolished.
Matt,

Because adjudication means the game result is decided by somebody else, it is adjournment where the players return to finish the game off

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Re: Surrey Border League Fixtures on-line

Post by matt_ward » Fri Aug 12, 2011 1:21 pm

Alan,

Apologises for my ignorance.

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