Originally posted by adam warlockWell if your really tall (like I am) then looking at the board doesn't really diiffer at all, but ya, try setting up a convetional board to play out certain games, try looking at the board while trying to determine your next move instead of at the computer screen.
I started 'playing chess while I was abot 9 0r 10 and played it a lot for 2 years and then stopped cause on my new school there wasn't chess club.
After that I played a few games through the years but never consistely till I joined RHP. At first I didn't take this serious enough and just played but now I'm trying to take this a little bit more serio ...[text shortened]... are of that.
I just wanted to know iif anyone noticed that too and how they tackled it.
Originally posted by Dance Master MCWell I'm 1,90 and something and it made somewhat of a difference.
Well if your really tall (like I am) then looking at the board doesn't really diiffer at all, but ya, try setting up a convetional board to play out certain games, try looking at the board while trying to determine your next move instead of at the computer screen.
Originally posted by gambit3On CM8k I can choose different 3d point of views. Some of them are just like you say but one of them is good. It's like how I see the board on OTB play but it's good enough.
I have a lot of trouble with computer three d boards. I cannot see the squares behind the chess men and kept droping my man in the wrong square. No three d computer board for me. Two d newspaper only. My my all of that disk space in my program that is used for three d that is just trash too me. I have no trouble using my chess set to play through a game.
Originally posted by chessisvanityAre you sure your not thinking of Korchnoi in his WC match against Karpov?
remember when Kasparov wore those stupid glasses when he played deep blue i think...lmao...
he was trying to get the 3D effect.....
although....he is much better than me....i shouldn't be talking