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    The way to prevent this in Swiss Perfect is to use 'Pairing' -> 'Verify Correctness' after each round. Or switch to Vega, which doesn't allow you to do this

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Peirce View Post
    Surely a unique feat in Australian Chess!
    Lol correct! Actually, I remember a case years ago with someone "A Goose" involved but I think the case was resolved in a humorous way.
    Can't remember date, time and venue but something tells me it took place in Tasmania!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Byrom View Post
    The way to prevent this in Swiss Perfect is to use 'Pairing' -> 'Verify Correctness' after each round. Or switch to Vega, which doesn't allow you to do this
    The other way to prevent it is not to delete a player who actually exists in the pairing window. Unfortunately in some circumstances (player allocated a bye) SP will allow this to be done, however the the bye switches to another player resulting in a player appearing twice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ER View Post
    Lol correct! Actually, I remember a case years ago with someone "A Goose" involved but I think the case was resolved in a humorous way.
    Can't remember date, time and venue but something tells me it took place in Tasmania!
    There is a Tasmanian "A Goose" reference I'm aware of but it's not related to that; it involves me flippantly substituting "A Goose" for my name after blundering a pure pawn ending in a simul against Erik Teichmann, only for the thing to be immortalised in the ACF newsletter. I don't remember a significant case of this pairings issue in Tasmania, though I do remember a visiting player of middling strength being given two full-point byes by one organiser!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham View Post
    There is a Tasmanian "A Goose" reference I'm aware of but it's not related to that; ...
    right now it makes sense.. Actually, I think it's been more than a decade ago and I only had a vague memory of it, I can't actually remember if I read it of heard of it! Just referred to it for fun in the first place anyway!
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    I'm fascinated by the speculation; but just to let everyone know that there was a thirtieth entrant who we shall designate as Player FTA who was in the draw as a bye in the first round but was withdrawn and deleted before the second round was paired. Nobody had an unrequested bye as I became a bye-breaker.. So it looks like Bill has the correct answer. Willemse's score was corrected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlouc View Post
    Willemse's score was corrected.
    When did that happen as his score is wrong in the final standings in post #18.
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