[BLML] Fwd: L15C
agot at ulb.ac.be
Tue Dec 14 17:26:37 CET 2010
Le 14/12/2010 16:36, Harald Skjæran a écrit :
> 2010/12/14 Sven Pran <svenpran at online.no <mailto:svenpran at online.no>>
> The error was discovered during the auction period so the Director
> correctly cancelled the first auction and let the auction start
> again with the correct pairs seated. The new auction was not
> identical to the first auction so the Director must cancel the
> board (without any play attempted).
> We have Law 12A2: The Director awards an artificial adjusted score
> if no rectification can be made that will permit normal play of
> the board (see C2 below).
> And Law 12C2a: When owing to an irregularity no result can be
> obtained [and see C1(d)] the Director awards an artificial
> adjusted score according to responsibility for the irregularity:
> average minus (at most 40% of the available matchpoints in pairs)
> to a contestant directly at fault, average (50% in pairs) to a
> contestant only partly at fault, and average plus (at least 60% in
> pairs) to a contestant in no way at fault.
> It is clear to me that the (new) E-W pair who thus becomes unable
> to play this board shall receive an artificial A+ score (60%).
> What scores shall be awarded to the other two or three pairs
> involved depend on several factors and judgments:
> 1: N-S at this table may be ruled fully responsible and thus
> receive A- (40%), or only partially responsible and then receive A
> I've got a problem with ruling N-S fully or partially responsible for
> E-W sitting at the wrong table.
> I'd award them 60%.
AG : if N/S were handled a movement card (as is the case in triangular
movements made to accomodate any number of pairs), then they could be
deemed partially responsable for not checking their opponents' pair number.
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