3

First, one thing to clear up, according to the Wikipedia article on Time control, Bronstein Delay is not exactly "time delay" from the Laws of Chess. With "time delay", the player's clock does not start ticking down until after a period of thinking time has elapsed. In Bronstein time, the clock ticks down immediately, so you can lose on ...


1

From what I have found out from studying the PGN Specification, I think that the PGN spec allows to have the following: 5400/40+30:1800+30 Start with 90 minutes for the first 40 moves, add then another 30 minutes for the rest of the game. In both periods, use 30 seconds increment. So it would be possible to have different increments (for whatever reason) ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible