what to do when scoresheet is full

Xenonn

What is the proper way to continue recording a game when your scoresheet has no more spaces for moves? Am I supposed to continue on a  second scoresheet?

Thanks.

notmtwain
Xenonn wrote:

What is the proper way to continue recording a game when your scoresheet has no more spaces for moves? Am I supposed to continue on a  second scoresheet?

Thanks.

You can do that.

Or you can write on the back of your first sheet.

blueemu

Curiously, there are no FIDE rules covering this. None.

scrabblechecs

Ah ok

pfren
blueemu έγραψε:

Curiously, there are no FIDE rules covering this. None.

 

If the scoresheet is full (usually at move 60) the arbiter provides new, blank scoresheets to the players. The players need NOT request this, it is a duty of the arbiter.