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I'm not sure I understand the question properly. Are you suggesting electronic boards to print out the list of moves once the game is finished, so the players can sign it and save the time and effort to fill the scoresheets themselves during the game?

If you are proposing just to remove the scoresheet because there's an electronic register of the game, then I think the most important could be this one;reason is that the scoresheets (because obviously there is one per player) are just the only (official)official documents, signed by both players, that attests that that game was played between those players and with the result that is noted on them (besides date, place, etc.).

Or said in a different way; it's the only official Eliminating this document that attestswould be like removing the resultsigning of the game, in the same way that do it the certificates that are signed in soccer matches (and I assume that in much more games) by the referee and captainswedding license because there's already a video of both teamsthe ceremony.

I think the most important could be this one; the scoresheets (because obviously there is one per player) are just the only (official) documents, signed by both players, that attests that that game was played between those players and with the result that is noted on them (besides date, place, etc.).

Or said in a different way; it's the only official document that attests the result of the game, in the same way that do it the certificates that are signed in soccer matches (and I assume that in much more games) by the referee and captains of both teams.

I'm not sure I understand the question properly. Are you suggesting electronic boards to print out the list of moves once the game is finished, so the players can sign it and save the time and effort to fill the scoresheets themselves during the game?

If you are proposing just to remove the scoresheet because there's an electronic register of the game, then I think the most important reason is that the scoresheets (because obviously there is one per player) are the only official documents, signed by both players, that attests that that game was played between those players and with the result that is noted on them (besides date, place, etc.). Eliminating this document would be like removing the signing of the wedding license because there's already a video of the ceremony.

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I think the most important could be this one; the scoresheets (because obviously there is one per player) are just the only (official) documents, signed by both players, that attests that that game was played between those players and with the result that is noted on them (besides date, place, etc.).

Or said in a different way; it's the only official document that attests the result of the game, in the same way that do it the certificates that are signed in soccer matches (and I assume that in much more games) by the referee and captains of both teams.