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Nigel Short vs Harold James Plaskett
GLC Chess Challenge (1986), London ENG, rd 1, Mar-11
Russian Game: Classical Attack. Mason-Showalter Variation (C42)  ·  1-0

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May-05-16
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  offramp: The final position


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is probably drawn, but Black lost on time.

May-05-16  Sally Simpson: Hi Offramp,

Just a slight point of order. Nothing serious.

How should such a result be expressed correctly. If indeed it really matters.

"Black lost on time." or "White won on time."

Black's flag fell, but White was awarded the point.

Just wondering.

May-05-16  Howard: For decades, it seems, magazines (and books) usually just put in parentheses "time" at the end of the game.
May-05-16  zanzibar: Another place where the PGN standard should be extended.

But, yes, "(time)" is widespread. Any of the comments work though, and should be there even if a Flagged tag did exist.

May-08-16
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  offramp: "The result of this game was arrived at by effluxion".
May-08-16  zanzibar: Sometimes my games end like this...

Phffffttt!

Jun-06-17
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  Plaskett: Very stupid way to lose in a drawn rook ending.

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