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Club Roles

Club Roles

uptophigh | Ene 8, 2021
This article was written by chess.com What are the different club roles? Clubs are a great way to meet new players with your same interests, and to participate in club matches, vote chess, and more! There are several roles with different abilities you can use to manage your club.  Club Roles Coordinator  A coordinator can create a Club Match, create a Club Tournament, or start a new Vote Chess. Coordinators do not have the ability to promote, ban, add or otherwise manage members.  Below a...
Losing a chess game on purpose in a live team match

Losing a chess game on purpose in a live team match

uptophigh | Nob 15, 2020
Losing a chess game on purpose in a live team match can be identified by moving the same piece back and forth till you are checkmated, losing in less than 10 moves or having an analysis score of < 10%. Being a member of a state or country team, you are representing the whole state or country against another team. You are representing thousands of people, in larger states or countries you are representing millions of people. Losing on purpose while on a team is: 1. NOT GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP 2...
Chess Team Live Basics

Chess Team Live Basics

uptophigh | Nob 1, 2020
1. Team captains log on one hour before a live team match out of respect for the other team to show team presence and communicate with other team captain. Team captains are responsible for gathering the minimum chess players required. Team captains should try to match the ratings evenly and make sure all players get to play from each side. The lowest rated player will not get to play if the player counts are not even. 2. A chess team usually consist of 5 players, first board through fifth bo...