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  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #61

    Irontiger

    robertburkhalter wrote:

    i noticed chessfordollars.com is bringing up 4-player chess.  when they add money to it you're probably going to have the only chess game on the planet that is cheat-proof.  I think that's because there are no chess engines that play 4-player and there are no published games.  everyone will be playing with only their brains.  what a thought!

    Yeah, because the absence of bughouse chess commercial softwares is an absolute no-cheating guarantee.

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #62

    Chessattackman

    i love money

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #63

    jonnin

    heh people make big money at the chess booths at fairs and other events; the ren-fest near us usually has one and that runs all summer long, guy probably makes over a grand a day.  Think he was a low 2k (right at 2k even?) rated player and charged $10 or something for a game, paid 20 if he lost, and maybe kids were able to have one game free?  Anyway the seats (about 10 boards, from memory) were usually at least 1/2 full and over a 10 hour or so day..  it looked profitable.   Takes some skill; the guy was good enough to replay the game with you for a quick analysis / commentary if you wanted. 

  • 6 weeks ago · Quote · #64

    Chessattackman

    ePlease be relevant, helpful & nice!

  • 12 days ago · Quote · #65

    developerWay

    I think this Idea should be forwarded for the chess.com admins how come such athing is not available . I salout you for this idea which I got when i googled about some chess for money sites

  • 12 days ago · Quote · #66

    Irontiger

    developerWay wrote:

    I think this Idea should be forwarded for the chess.com admins how come such athing is not available . (...)

    1. Legal issues.
    2. Some people like playing in an environment that is not made up of 80% engines, 19% centaurs (and 1% marks).
  • 12 days ago · Quote · #67

    kleelof

    INdeed. A very unrealistic idea.

  • 12 days ago · Quote · #69

    premio53

    It would be impossible to prevent from someone sneaking in computer moves on critical positions. 


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