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  1. Standard memberbeauroberts
    Father of Three
    New Hampshire
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    14 Feb '14 18:21
    I was curious if it was possible to force player to move a piece he has touched if a legal moves exists for that piece. For instance if a player pushes a pawn and misses that his queen is in jeopardy,then before hitting submit moves queen instead...is it possible to force the player to move his originally touched piece...as is the case with the FIDE touch rules...is that possible on a site such as this..would add a different yet more accurate element

    Thanks,

    Beau
  2. Standard memberSwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    2014.05.01
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    15 Feb '14 05:41
    Originally posted by beauroberts
    I was curious if it was possible to force player to move a piece he has touched if a legal moves exists for that piece. For instance if a player pushes a pawn and misses that his queen is in jeopardy,then before hitting submit moves queen instead...is it possible to force the player to move his originally touched piece...as is the case with the FIDE touc ...[text shortened]... sible on a site such as this..would add a different yet more accurate element

    Thanks,

    Beau
    'more accurate' - again the assumption that OTB > corr. Even FIDE has separate correspondence rules.
  3. Hell
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    15 Feb '14 18:10
    you could make the submit button optional
  4. Standard memberbeauroberts
    Father of Three
    New Hampshire
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    16 Feb '14 02:56
    No assumption that otb is better than corr...I just wasn't aware that there were separate FIDE rules for corr chess.
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