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Last night my friend asked me if we could go over one of my recent games. I was wondering if there is an analysis board that I can invite him to so that I can make the moves and he can see the position? Basically like an online lesson I guess but no one is getting paid:) Any help is greatly appreciated.
I use TeamViewer. Bring up a chess program (like SCID). You and friend can both manipulate the board. Combine with Google voice/video chat (or other), and away you go.
Hey mate, thanks a lot for the suggestion.
Do you know if it is available on Chess.com, is what I meant. Like 'Invite to private board,' and then talk via skype or whatever?
It's possible in Live Chess, but I'm not sure how.
That's awesome guys thanks a lot! I'll give it a try.
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