Extra ordinary play

25/06/2019 14:06

Sometimes a game and its rule allow extreme situations nobody could predict, and the consequences are rare… yet for the sake of an honest outcome, these rules are being discussed and create great dilemma’s for the players, or the hosts or those outside the magic circle, yet involved deeply.

See both these examples, and question yourself:

1- what would you do, if you were laying that game specific?
2- What would you do as a judge outside the game, yet controlling the game?

Six-year-old, 9-year-old play chess match for over 4.5 hours .. 

Wimbledon 2015: John Isner defeated Nicolas Mahut in a record 11 hours and 5 minutes

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