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Subject: move 36

Author: Chris Whittington

Date: 14:28:05 09/27/97

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On September 27, 1997 at 17:12:01, Thorsten Czub wrote:

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>WHEN WILL ICCA MAKE CLEAR DECISIONS FOLLOWING A SET OF RULES/LAWS FOR 

>THEIR CHAMPIONSHIPS ?  "

> 

>I want to ask these questions without beeing banned for asking them !



I thought you said you were already banned; Mr Niggeman managed to fire 
you four times, but the icca can only ban you once :)

 

> 

>

>Right. And the strange thing about this is:

> I have never given a written piece of paper about, nor the decision by 

>the board in written letter, nor the RULE for this decision !!

> I guess the ICCA seems to be allowed to do whatever they want without 

>any

> reason or rule or law !



Exactly the same feeling as I have. Exactly my own experience.

 



> 

>The guy who told me this decision (Jaap van den Herik) is exactly the 

>person i criticised !!!

> 

>Maybe this helps you with understanding me better bruce !

> 

>



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> Is it normal that the ICCA has thrown me out without giving me a paper 

>or explanation concerning my critics ?



Lack of paper and explanation - unfortunately I have to say this is my 
experience too.

 

> I myself searched the discussion with Jaap , because I saw him in Den 

>Haag.

> Our discussion seemed to be fruitfull.

> In fact, he said something like: I have to ask the board if they allow 

>you to continue your paying of the membership !

> 

>This was it !

> Because of WHICH decision ? Which law ? Which thing?



Good question. Perhaps they have a large oracle computer they can ask, 
but you are not allowed to see the logs, especially not for move 36 
:)

 

Chris

 


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