Originally posted by Toe
Similar to, if not easier than if-moves.
Where your permits only one valid move for your opponent, then automatically force that move.
It's an oldie too.
Not at all. The opponent has always several options to make:
He can move now, or later. He can give up, he can ask for a draw. And he can do whatever he likes of reasons his opponent don't need to know. He just want to be in charge for his wn moves, even if he just have one, and one only, legal move.
No, this is not a good idea.
The concept of conditional moves, discussed elsewhere, is much better.