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No space on scoresheet - Alan Tate - 25-03-2012

2 players are playing a game of chess at a Fide competition with an incremental time control. Move 60 is reached and passed, but no new scoresheets are provided. What to do? :-)


Re: No space on scoresheet - Andrew McHarg - 27-03-2012

Get another one? =) ... or is that too simple for a Fide event? :U


Re: No space on scoresheet - Alan Tate - 27-03-2012

Both players down to minutes. I just stopped recording the moves (a rule break), did not want to stop the clock.


Re: No space on scoresheet - Donald Wilson - 27-03-2012

You could continue recording on the back of the top copy of the scoresheet, and try to attract the attention of a passing arbiter or (perhaps more likely outside Scotland) a reliable spectator who could go and get new scoresheets.

Stopping recording is a bit risky if your opponent finds a way to keep recording.


Re: No space on scoresheet - Patrick McGovern - 06-04-2012

is it not a rule that you can stop the clock in order to consult with the arbiter and would that not include getting score sheets?


Re: No space on scoresheet - Alan Tate - 10-04-2012

I don't know. Jacob once told me that stopping the clock means you resign!!


Re: No space on scoresheet - lara barnes - 08-05-2012

You may always stop your clock to summon an arbiter, including asking for more scoresheets.