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I know that ICC has an examine function to move pieces around and set up positions. Does chess.com have that same function and if so, how does it work? I'm wondering because I might have to teach on this site but I have no idea how any of it works.
probably a bit late, but if you click on the tab that allows you to start a new game, there should be an option called 'analysis' at the bottom. then click the start game button and you should have an analysis board up.
as for the functions, you kind of have to trial it out a bit, but it's pretty straightforward once you find someone who can help you.
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