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Matthias Felmy
Matthias Felmy
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June 25, 2010
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Just saw this on the Neapolitan Club website.
Not sure if this (what Rosalind said) is true in Swiss law (in German law, which is similar to Swiss law, it is not so easy, I believe). But ne bis in idem certainly does not apply to cheating in tournaments other than the 2014 European Championships in Opatija, e ...
Run or stay or ...?
thanks for posting this, interesting discussion and congratulations for winning the championship!
Life Ban Deserved?
Reduced sentences don't make much sense given the way Boye proceeded. Boye talked to Alex Smirnov after he had cracked the code. So most of the work was already done or could have been crowd-sourced at that point. Admitting guilty did not save "that" much time and it was ...
Life Ban Deserved?
Can't you just put a user on the ignore list of all other community members instead of banning him?
Chess champion Emanuel Lasker
Michael, I talked to him today and you are right.
Chess champion Emanuel Lasker
Chess champion Emanuel Lasker
Lasker won the German Open Pairs in 1932. There is at least one German National Champion (Bridge) who is/was a top European Go player, but I don't think I should mention his name on the internet :).
Over 10,000 spectators watching World Champs on BBO...
Two years ago, the score in the D'Orsi trophy and the VC was very close going into the last set while the BB final was decided (100 IMPs difference with 16 boards to go and a low scoring last set), but the BB final with F-N still had 4000 ...
Over 10,000 spectators watching World Champs on BBO...
get rid of overtricks?
K.Jassem's voice in Balicki-Żmudzinski case
1) I think one major flaw in Jassem's approach is that the hands he compares the actual hand to are too similar to the orginal hand. This leads to a few problems: This artificially puts each hand more in the middle as you can always find an additional 9 ...

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