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www.chessgames.com has a guess the move feature. Where you earn points for correctly guessing the move or a playable move within a grandmaster game. you can try it here http://www.chessgames.com/perl/quiz?gid=1069976
( the first few moves you dont guess)
I was wondering if chess.com had any features like this and if not then Why not?
Would you enjoy a feature like this?
you can play the same with a chess engine but that's not that exciting
Its a shame though, It would encourage people to do this sort of guess the move training, Which seems to be a very good way of improving !
Hopefully they will.
Is this what the Chessmaster Academy has?
You can download a free version of GTM:
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