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I'm about to go into a serious OTB tournament in a little over a month. It's 40/85 with 5 second delay and 30 minutes to finish the game. Very standard. Our club times are actually very late. They start at 7:30 PM and this game could very well go on until 11:00. So I was wondering, is adjournment allowed and how do you adjourn OTB games?
I dont think u can adjourn OTB games. U could resign if u dont want to play.
I thought adjournments were done away with years ago?
So what, no adjournments?
At our club meets every tuesday night. So the TD said that some people finish their games on the weekends. So I was wondering, how is this made possible?
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