[Retros] Retros Digest, Vol 31, Issue 15

pastmaker at aol.com pastmaker at aol.com
Tue Jun 26 13:26:26 EDT 2007

makes much more sense.

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From: Alain BROBECKER <abrobecker at yahoo.com>
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> From: pastmaker at aol.com

Subject: Re: [Retros] A funny question about FIDE rules
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I don't know much about clock play, but it must be suicidal to offer a draw
if one's own clock continues to run, the opponent's clock does not run, and
the opponent has no compulsion to react....
To offer a draw you:
1. make your move on the board
2. tell your opponent about the offer
3. finish your move by stopping your clock ans starting your opponent's
Thus it's the opponent's clock that is running.
cu, Alain

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