by Geurt Gijssen
I recently arbitrated at a chess tournament that included many “amateurs”. I made some observations and in some cases I had to take decisions and then explain them, although they seemed very obvious to me.
1. There were some players who wrote the moves in their own scorebook, although official scoresheets were put on each board before the start of the round. In my opinion only scoresheets provided by the organiser may be used during the game. The reason is that...
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