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Buchholz Score

The Buchholz Score, used by FIDE, is the sum of the score of each of the opponents of a player.  It is used in tiebreaking of chess scores.  The idea is that the same score is more valuable if achieved against players with better performances in a given tournament.  In the U.S., it is known as the Solkoff Score.

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