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T34-35 STEERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
Permanent Members: DaveTheRook (chair), BosqueVerde, chesskix, rgadoury
General Members: A-Ru, bmw2002, f5, Gomer, Kingofknights
Standing Subcommittee (Rules):
Standing Subcommittee (Technology):
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Time Control: 45 45
Team entries accepted: September 25th, 2007 - October 9th, 2007.
Round 1 Posted: 22:00 October 16th, 2007.
Count of team RR reductions (if any) precede board removal
Approved - 8 yes, 1 abstain; 16 Sept, 2007
The tie-break rule passed in SC33-34, Item 8. was not inserted in all necessary places in Section 13. It was just recently realized that it had not been included in 13.F, tiebreaks of 2-2 playoff matches before board removal. As the playoffs are due to start Dec. 4, and documentation indicates that such matches were to be included, the following editorial change has been made to the statute. SC members are asked to make any desired comments by 22:00 Dec. 2, 2007.
Section 13.F. is edited to read, in accordance with the vote on SC33-34 agenda Item 8 and as already amended to 13.B.ii.a.4 and 13. H. Supporting documentation follows.
From letter sent to all SC members on Sept. 4, 2007. There were no letters of objection following this summation.
“I don’t understand the problem. It is well defined that Head to Head comes first so why complicate the Tie-Breaking process … just follow the order listed. As far as playoffs go this tie-breaker has much more merit that a Coin-Toss. It rewards teams with good stewardship and Captains who do their job well. Yes, a Captain RR deduction should count like any other and yes this method is valid in the playoffs.
“I have seen numerous Playoff matches decided by a forfeit so hopefully this will help reverse that trend. In individual play this may not seem the best method but this is Team Chess so the best team should win. I also don’t see how the floor rating has any affect on this rule. We voted this in … let’s not second guess it before it has even been tried.”
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