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Article - IIyumzhinov - 3 Points Win - 1 Point Draw

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Old July 23rd 03, 12:04 PM
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"Gunny Bunny" wrote in message
3 points for a win ? 1 point for a draw ? This is the first time I have
heard of this. Perhaps 1 point for a Win and 0 points for a draw would be
better !

I`ve seen lately an interesting suggestion to give 3 points for a win and 2
points for a draw and of course 0 points for a loss. Such a system would
favour the defensive players.
Of course both systems have many defects and shouldn`t be taken into serious
concideration especially in individual competition.




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