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- Sun Apr 11, 2021 2:27 pm
- Forum: Not Chess!
- Topic: COVid19-What's wrong with UK?
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Based on the excerpts we have seen, Duncan would seem to be a lightweight version of Clark. There should be more to political diaries than repetitiously saying things along the lines of "the PM really is terribly dim".
- Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:40 pm
- Forum: Junior Chess
- Topic: Junior OtB event - April 15th: Simultaneous game and analysis with IM Adam Taylor
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They could have a low threshold of proof and then randomly ban one in fifty of the players they catch. I'm not saying they do that, but the fact is that we don't know what they do.
But weren't they asked, in effect, whether they were willing to risk being disqualified if it was suspected that they were cheating, because that's what the regulations said? I am accustomeded to reading financial documents in which an array of risk factors are listed, to avoid future trouble. Here...