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Subject: Are Questions and Statements Forbidden Here?

Author: Rolf Tueschen

Date: 15:48:19 08/20/05

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On August 20, 2005 at 18:38:59, Arturo Ochoa wrote:

>This is where you faile. The problem is not complaining in this Forum where you
>have an extensive influence. Your action is to address that point with the
>organization that regulates the Tournament.
>Now, that the Tournament is quite over. It is not relevant. By the way, I am
>explaining a situation of Zappa and Erdogan that I dont have any direct concern
>I know all these post-Tournament frustrations to raise complains out of date and
>time. Sorry, if the ICGA let the current engine to use an external GUI, the
>chess authors are not responsible directly.

The implication that such questions are only made out of "frustrations" LOL is
kind of premature. If something is odd, it's odd, no matter if the usually
light-weight decisions of the ICGA are supporting the oddness... So, we should
handle such questions with utmost patience and smartness of course. If someone
has no answers HERE he should remain quite HERE. Simple as that. It's unfriendly
at least to insinuate that someone presented a problem here just because he has
"influence" here. A problem should be discussed here if it's a real problem. And
would you doubt that Bob Hyatt knows what a problem should be in computerchess?
Or does it depend of the results in a single tournament? You bet!

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