Time Controls

Some articles on time controls, time control, time:

Chess Tournament - Time Controls - Compensation
... Compensation (also known as incremental or delay) time control methods require the use a special clock, called a delay clock ... There are two main forms which provide compensation for both the time lost in physically making a move and to make it such that a player can avoid having an ever-decr ... for the delay period before starting to subtract from the player's remaining time ...
Fast Chess - Overview
... Commonly used time controls are Rapid or Quick 15 to 60 minutes per player, sometimes with a small time increment per move (e.g ... The time control for this setting is 2 minutes with a 1-second add or 1 minute with a 2-second add ... It can also refer to games with a fixed time (e.g ...
Chess Software - Computers Versus Humans
... For a time in the 1970s and 1980s it was unclear whether any chess program would ever be able to defeat the expertise of top humans ... Chess 4.7 (the strongest computer at the time), but acknowledged then that it would not be long before he would be surpassed ... that Kasparov lost his first game to a computer at tournament time controls in Deep Blue - Kasparov, 1996, Game 1 ...

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