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A precursor to a blindfold chess option?
Coupled with voice-input-moves - ideally.
not a bad idea.
I can see the "mouse slips" becoming a twice-a-game occurrance with this idea... However for blindfold chess...maybe.
Nice idead plus a Quarter Pounder with TLC large fries and large Coke.
I think chess.com should send a seeing eye pony round to make the moves for you. A well educated talking pony of course.
Or ... use your eyes instead of your fingers and voice.
Oh, that's the last thing we need: Stephen Hawking in here mopping the floor with everyone....
He's not that good. He only played chess for 'a brief moment in time'.
Stephen Hawking can't mop the floor.
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