30 Minutes Rapidplay
Last updated 3 May 2010
This competition is designed for players who cannot make the start of the club night or who must leave early. The game must be completed within 30 minutes. The winner will be the player with the highest score so the more games you play, the better the chance of winning! You may play two games with each opponent. In the first game, toss for colour: in the second play with colours reversed. The clock should be set at 5:30 (or at 30 for digital) clock. The player with the black pieces chooses which side to place the clock. The results of these matches will be submitted for rapid playgrading.
|John Clark||-||0||1 1||2|
|Ray Collett||1||-||0 0||1||1 1||1||1||6|
|Jim Keene||-||0||1 0||1|
|Steve Mellor||1 1||1||-||1||4|
|Roger Yates||0 0||0 1||-||1|
Players are recommended to arrange matches with opponents a week in advance . Contact details of players are available on the club notice board. ECF standard play and rapid play rules apply except for local conditions noted here. Players may choose not to record their games, but cannot claim a win on time in the All-Play-All. Results slips must be given to the Competitions Secretary on completion of the game or in his absence placed in the CHALLENGES & RESULTS envelope on the club notice board.
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