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Hello everyone, I am posting this for a friend who would like to be able to discuss and lecture chess on chess.com, if there is a means to achieve so.
What he wants is something like this：
1. The pieces on the board can be moved and removed at will.
2. People can communicate live.
3. Allows a group of people to watch and discuss at once.
He says that he's able to achieve the first two goals with the post-game analysis in live chess, he was wondering if the third requirement can be fulfilled too.
Asking for help and suggestions here
The # 3 is possible. People can join the live chess and watch your discussion.
Go to: http://www.chess.com/forum/category/help-support this may help
All three are possible in live chess with the analysis board for platinum and diamond members.
Live analysis board
Thanks for the help. Problem solved!
thanks very much
You're welcome. Happy to help :)
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