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  1. 28 Aug '10 23:48
    Made these while bored at work. Unfortuately I only had one colour of Post-it notes...

    Don't think there's any way of posting pictures on here, so here's a link:

    http://flic.kr/p/8w9GxX

    (Turns out I've had a Flickr account for the last 4 years and never used it, how did that happen?)
  2. 28 Aug '10 23:56
    Originally posted by Folderer
    Made these while bored at work. Unfortuately I only had one colour of Post-it notes...

    Don't think there's any way of posting pictures on here, so here's a link:

    http://flic.kr/p/8w9GxX

    (Turns out I've had a Flickr account for the last 4 years and never used it, how did that happen?)
    Are they weighted?
  3. 29 Aug '10 00:03
    Nope. Could probably weight them with blu-tak though.
  4. 29 Aug '10 01:40
    That is actually quite clever.

    Well done!
  5. Standard member bill718
    Enigma
    29 Aug '10 05:45
    Originally posted by Folderer
    Made these while bored at work. Unfortuately I only had one colour of Post-it notes...

    Don't think there's any way of posting pictures on here, so here's a link:

    http://flic.kr/p/8w9GxX

    (Turns out I've had a Flickr account for the last 4 years and never used it, how did that happen?)
    These are nice. So...your job is a bit dull, I take it??😏
  6. 29 Aug '10 09:37
    The knight reminds me of a snake.I like it!
    And a snake works too.Instead of jumping over the other pieces it slides in beteen them.

    Very nice.Hope you find an opponent at work 🙂

    toet.
  7. 29 Aug '10 09:53
    This is a step up from my school system.

    Which was:

    1.Draw a board in ink.

    2.Draw the pieces(using the letters K,Q,B,N,R, and P) in the initial position in pencil.

    3.Make distinguishing between the colors easy by circling one army (and/or writing it upside down ... The k and K's get tricky without the circle though.)

    4.Erase the piece you want to move and redraw it on the new square.

    You can pass the paper back and forth all day.