|(1) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Wednesday, Oct 5, 2011 20:43]|
A record (?!?) NOT for surpassing :-)
The SCHWALBE retro informal 1993 has been judged 2011.
(See current SCHWALBE for details.)
I dimly recall another thread, is this the current "record"?
|(2) Posted by Dan Meinking [Wednesday, Oct 5, 2011 21:50]|
I don't believe 8 years is the record, but very "impressive" nonetheless. :-)
|(3) Posted by Juraj Lörinc [Wednesday, Oct 5, 2011 22:32]|
But 18 years is even more impressive :)
|(4) Posted by Vladimir Tyapkin [Thursday, Oct 6, 2011 00:12]; edited by Vladimir Tyapkin [11-10-06]|
For quite a different reason(WWII), Chess in USSR 1940 (or 1941?) tourneys were awarded in the seventies. However, Costachel TT (when/if completed) will beat everything by far.
|(5) Posted by Kevin Begley [Thursday, Oct 6, 2011 11:16]|
I have something waiting 10 years come January -- I don't expect anything from it (years ago, the feedback might have helped), but my chances can only improve with time.
Your post gives me a new reason to hope: I now can look forward to breaking the all time wait-record.
In the meantime, I'm on the lookout for long red lights. :)
|(6) Posted by Joost de Heer [Thursday, Oct 6, 2011 21:21]|
The Die Schwalbe 1979 retro award by bernd ellinghoven was published in 2006 or 2007.
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