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- Tue Jun 11, 2019 8:08 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Teaching chess to blind people
- Replies: 10
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1. Tell them about the board (mentioning square colors optional) including algebraic coordinates. 2. Identify pieces and their movements and starting squares. 3. Explain checkmate as well as you can. I now hand this off to the next person to add their advice. Hope your student(s) have a great chess ...
Effective immediately global ratings for all humans (non players too) have been set to 10,000 Draws will not affect ratings. Ratings will rise or fall based on the formula 250-number of moves of the loser. The combined gain & loss for a game will always be zero. There is no ratings floor or ceiling....