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Thursday, January 25, 2007

What's important to you?

What are the most important USCF chess issues to you?

* Tournaments Chess
* Scholastic Chess
* Chess Life Magazine
* USCF Website
* College Chess
* Internet Chess
* Anti-Cheating
* USCF Membership Dues
* USCF Ratings
* Other

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  • At Thursday, January 25, 2007 9:00:00 PM, Blogger joesynowicz said…

    Under other is Postal or e-chess.This area has been virtually ignored by the U.S.C.F. I have been waiting for 8 m0nths to have my postal games rated.This is unacceptable since OTB games are rated almost instantly.

  • At Friday, January 26, 2007 12:30:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I think most of us joined USCF to play in tournaments, so anything that can be done to enhance a player's tournament experience is very important.

    Retaining members is of the utmost importance to help keep USCF a viable organization. We need to address how to retain members. I'm not just talking about scholastic members. Also adults who come into tournament play later in life. How many low rated adults quit after a year because they're embarressed by their low rating, or getting beaten by little kids?


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