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Subject: Re: WMCCC

Author: Thorsten Czub

Date: 15:19:27 09/25/97

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> 

>Perhaps you could tell us what happened, and how you found out about 

>it, so we can all argue about the same things, rather than *starting* 

>with the attacks on the ICCA in general?

> 

>bruce

> 



Again you count my statements towards ICCA as attacks.

 There is no attack in it.

 I do only claim that ICCA seems to be develop into an organisation that 
is not for the programmers but against them.

 

But let me tell the following:

 

Marty has lost money due to a criminal german computerchess 
distrimbutor called Martin stamer and his company Eurochess.

 He sold Mchess in Europe/germany exclusively.

 

For this reason Marty has to work, and computerchess is not anymore his 
JOB . He has to finance his life-existing using working into a 
non-computerchess-area.

 

A second thing that happened is, that Peter Schreiner who normally 
operates Mchess has broken his FUSSGELENK / foot-joint (sorry, I don't 
know the english word for it, it is the part that connects leg with 
foot.

 

Both things seem to be the reason that

 a) mchess overstepped subscribe-date

 b) is not anymore able to subscribe as professional cause marty has no 
money.

 

ICCA can now decide:

 

a) not accept Marty's request for participating in Paris

 b) help him to participate as semi-prof like others have been 
accepted.

 

To benefit computerchess and as a service to a ICCA member who has 
brought much to computerchess and ICCA (Marty is a paying member and a 
champ) , it should be possible to organize a way that Marty is IN .

 

In fact that is what I would expect a computerchess organisation to do, 
that claims to be FOR the programmers. 

 

These seem to be the facts. Peter Schreiner (pitters@aol.com) has more 
data about it, i don't know why he remains silent, I thought he is a 
member of this club/here ?! 
 


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