The notation of the Results may be unfamiliar.

But there are good reasons to substitute the numerical values of the results in cross-tables:

- Scorings shall be unique for one group of an event. Therefore —for consistency and for avoiding redundancy— it is reasonable to specify it exactly once.
- The numerical values of scores can change.

The notation is n{+|=|-}, where n is the index of the opponent, and +, =, and - is for a win, draw and loss. E.g. 13- means that the player has lost against player 13.

Some fields are empty. This means one of the following:

- The player got a BYE. I.e., the player could not be paired because of an odd player count. He player earned a win.
- The game was not played because of late coming, withdrawal, or disqualification.

Note that —assuming the habits of FIDE chess— the evaluation of

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