Knudsen, John   (USA)       [FICGS member # 427]

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John Knudsen

ICCF IM 2001 / ICCF SIM 2003 / (Owner/Manager of CORRESPONDENCECHESS.COM - Serving the CC Community since 1996...)

John Knudsen has currently 0 running correspondence chess game(s), won 0, lost 1 and drawn 7 other games against an average elo of 2495, does not play advanced chess (fast time controls), does not play big chess, does not play Go (wei-ch'i, baduk), and does not play poker, finally John finished a total of 8 games and is not playing any game right now.

Correspondence chess statistics :

vs. Petr Makovsky (2459) :   43%   (8 games, 0 wins, 1 losses)

John Knudsen

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Last messages by John Knudsen in the forum :

Leave/Reflection Time    (2006-07-06 18:33:27)

Hi Thibault: Of course you can take leave in any cc organization. FICGS, however, is the only one that I am aware of that, not only do you get a (...)

Leave/Reflection Time    (2006-07-06 06:41:08)

Hi Thibault: I understand this now - thanks. And I like the limitation on accumulated reflection time - this is a great idea. Still, the stated re (...)

Question About Leave/Reflection Time    (2006-07-05 16:45:00)

Hi Thibault: Why would a person on leave accumulate 1 extra day reflection time per day, while on leave? Is this correct? If it is correct, what (...)

Symmetrical games    (2006-07-04 18:50:05)

Hi Thibault: The format is unusual, and not desired, IMHO, because you do not need an 8-game match with one opponent to determine who is the superi (...)

Symmetrical games    (2006-07-04 05:31:49)

This format (8 games against the same player at once) is really strange and not normal at all, IMHO. Don't get me wrong - I am enjoying my games. (...)

Format For Championship?!    (2006-07-01 17:17:01)

8 games with 1 player at one time?! That is rather unusual, to say the least. I have never heard of such a thing... What is the reasoning behind th (...)