Sunday, March 19, 2006

About to play my second USCF National Master (turn-based)

After coming across and commenting on some of the posts, i got in touch with it's author Jeffrey Ashton. Who happens to be a USCF National Master. After exchanging some emails, i got him to sign up on ChessHere so we could play some games. He will be the second USCF National Master i get to play over the Internet. The first USCF National Master i played against was Michael Aigner a.k.a. "fpawn". Unfortunatly, the games we played were cut short, no thanks to a certain webmaster (click to replay the games)... Anyway, i am really looking forward to play against Jeffrey Ashton, and add him as another titled player on my list of titled players i've played :-)
I'll keep y'all posted.


At 19 March, 2006 10:32 , Blogger Temposchlucker said...

What is turn-based?

At 19 March, 2006 10:52 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

What correspondence chess via a web interface is called. It is gaining in popularity amongst correspondence chess players. I've read somewhere that ICCF is creating a web interface as well, for correspondence chess players to play on. Putting an end to ICCF's old way of playing.


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