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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
Your win was technically correct... the best kind of correct!

Ouch though for your opponent.

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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
Yeah, weird end to the game. I've never had that happen before from either side of the argument that is why I was also confused about the process.

Loading my Round 5 against Larry Agee right now.

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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
This is confusing, both the claiming rule and the issue of whether it was a 3-fold situation. Although I'm a USCF Local TD, I would have to check the book (which I don't have with me atm) to be 100% sure on this one. My guess is that it probably is 3-fold repetition and that's likely how I would rule. I believe the piece that was captured at the start of the sequence is largely irrelevant to whether the actual position itself has repeated.

Otherwise, you were winning without question- good game!

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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
kamus wrote:
This is confusing, both the claiming rule and the issue of whether it was a 3-fold situation. Although I'm a USCF Local TD, I would have to check the book (which I don't have with me atm) to be 100% sure on this one. My guess is that it probably is 3-fold repetition and that's likely how I would rule. I believe the piece that was captured at the start of the sequence is largely irrelevant to whether the actual position itself has repeated.

Otherwise, you were winning without question- good game!


I lean in favor of the three fold rule but wasn't sure. Would have accepted whatever the TD ruled but because of him moving and punching the clock and then mentioned the repetition the TD went the other way and I opted to not accept the draw offer. Well, karma has a way of getting even with people and you'll see that in my Round 6 game soon enough.

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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
Pretty sure it was a threefold repetition. The position was repeated three times which is what matters, the capturing of the piece is irrelevant (this is explicitly stated in the FIDE rules). But since he did not write his move down and get the arbiter, he failed to abide by the correct procedure so it's only correct that the game continued.

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Post Re: sfarmer29 - 2014 MC Tnmt W vs Calvin Hori [15:31]
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Pretty sure it was a threefold repetition. The position was repeated three times which is what matters, the capturing of the piece is irrelevant (this is explicitly stated in the FIDE rules). But since he did not write his move down and get the arbiter, he failed to abide by the correct procedure so it's only correct that the game continued.

I forgot to mention that I did ask two different TDs between rounds and they both agreed it was a procedural mistake by my opponent.

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