In Anglo-American Checkers the only such classification is known to me - one adopted by Richard Pask in "Solid Checkers". It very much accurate and acceptable in my eyes but use it as criteria to identify winner ... donno ... too much fun.sergio wrote:in 3-moves match who will win more openings with the weaker colour (each opening may be divided into three groups: 1) equal 2) favourite red side 3) favourite white side. It is the same classification as we have in Italy for Italian Draughts) will be declared the world champion.
You have my promise (this is not a joke)Bernard Coll wrote:For Alex Moiseyev, next time you crack another of your jokes,Russian or otherwise; WOULD you please tell us all when to laugh?
Perhaps the biggest victim in history from this rule - William Ryan.
Can't say about all items but at least one recent match is missing: Jan Mortimer played two matches with Patricia Breen in the beginning of 2000'sIngo_Zachos wrote:here is an incomplete list
Bernard Coll wrote: I think chexhero and myself seem to be the only two posters who see nothing whatsoever wrong with a drawn match.
What’s the penalty for the player who doesn’t want to write down the game?
In which case and how many times could a player check his record of the game? Could he check it in his opponent's time? Could the referee give his record of the game all the time and ignore this rule without saying a word?
How many times in the history of checkers has the rule been applied?
It's done, it's gone, boy ! One event is over, another on the way in Lille. Good luck you there and remember: there is only one way to prove pudding - eat it !sergio wrote:Now I want to say that I’m not feeling a victim. I did my best and I’m happy, although it was not enough.
Everything will be fine for me, no objection!
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