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when watching live chess games i would like the option to flip the board. In order to relate the games of better players to my own games. If anyone agrees with this please post in support of this idea or if not please post why you disagree with this idea. Hopefully the right people see this post!
seeing a board from a side means seeing it from that players mantality and u start comparing the winning and losing ratio of the below player,it can be profitably used to check through the other players strong points and from the other side you can easily get all his tricks caught but sadly in a original match it cant be done
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Why Efim Petrovich Geller was much better than Bobby Fischer?
by EFV1728 a few minutes ago
What if you went to a live tournament and no one came except for you?
by pickchua5 a few minutes ago
amazing draw guys check it out :)
by felixs161 5 minutes ago
Why does nobody play 1. c3?
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Bobby Fischer Was A Real Champion!
by EFV1728 9 minutes ago
Are tactics really the way to go?
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Whose games,Fisher, Karpov, Kasparov, Capablanca,..
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