View Poll Results: The most influential change in chess in the last 100 years has been...

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  • the post WW2 Soviet domination of world chess

    5 17.24%
  • the introduction of the "Fischer" time delay chess clock

    12 41.38%
  • FIDE taking over and organizing the world championship

    5 17.24%
  • something else

    7 24.14%
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Thread: 2. Voting Member sign-in

  1. #1
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    Default 2. Voting Member sign-in

    The old-timers here will know what to do here.

    For newcomers please note that it is important to sign in to the meeting to register your attendance. We do this by "voting" on one of a number of options given above - these questions try to be light possibly and thought provoking.

    Since our software does not allow a ballot question with only one option please choose one of the options in the vote - selecting any option counts you as in attendance. (I encourage anyone with a question they'd like asked at the next meeting to get in touch - however this 'vote' is not for 'straw votes' or more serious decision-making)

    Have a great time at our meeting! LC

  2. #2
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    imho, usually a "time delay" is associated with the Bronstein's name.
    Fischer with increment.
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