Since 1998...

Play chess with people from all around the world!

Chess Book Store - Correspondence Chess Books, Tournament Booklets and More!

Contact Admin |  TCCMB-A |  TCCMB-B |  Friends of TCCMBCompleted TCCMB Exhibition Matches  
The Correspondence Chess Place |  The Campbell Report |  Ralph Marconi's Chess Pages  | Interactive Fiction
 TCCMB Photo Album/Contact List | Chess Webmaster Tools | ICCF WebChess Server  | CNN Headline News

TCCMB Chess Quote of the Week
"It is astonishing how much hot water a master can wade into in the first dozen moves, despite a century of opening study."    
William Napier

Pending TCCMB Exhibition Matches!  |  TCCMB FAQ/Terms of Use |  Visit CC.COM's Online Store!

TCCMB Video (Windows Media Player)

Hey - We're all at the other forum - come and join us!

Welcome to TCCMB. First time users - see the FAQ/Terms of use. In order to post here, you need the password.

Forum: General Forum
Start a New Topic 
View Entire Thread
Postal services of today and past. Franklin and Gary

Hi Wes,

I think you are stretching it too much comparing this tournament with the one from 1978-1984. The postal situation between Canada and USA has improved a lot since that time. It is my strong belief any current postal problems between our countries are artificially created by players, so here I agree with Gary. Unfortunately Franklin is lots of times too naive and believes everyone is as fair-play as he is!

Do not have enough information to judge Franklin's decisions in this case. The simple fact an experienced ICCF-IA has such a harsh reaction cannot be explained by a personal dis-pleasure. Possibly the root is much deeper and harder to get at. I would suggest Franklin and Gary do their best to sort it out in parricular.


Get your own FREE Forum today! 
Report Content ·  · Web Calendars   Counters & Site Stats   Free Guestbooks   Free Web Tools 
powered by Powered by Bravenet

FAQ/Terms of Use |  Chess Limericks |  Guestbook |  TCCMB Links | |  Play Java Blitz Now!