Originally posted by reinfeldHere is an option for everyone who thinks they cannot live with out a take back during a game.
..how about a button where you could tick it on that would return the
game one move back so that you could allow the other player to take
back a move...say the other player puts her queen ( a guy wouldn't ever make such a mistake )...in a bad position and you could take it
easy...you could tick on the button and send a message to let the
other player ta ...[text shortened]... could continue...
also good for a game where someone wanted to learn from a better
Originally posted by IM14u2NVSurely that's what unrated games are for?
Here is an option for everyone who thinks they cannot live with out a take back during a game.
At the binging of the game or before the game discusses this with the opponent.
If either of you make a move that you deem needs to be taken back.
1. Player A messages player B immediately after making the bad move and tell them you would like a take back. ...[text shortened]... move back.
4. Then Player B returns their piece.
On the next move, play can resume as normal.
Originally posted by reinfeldWasn't Kant's angle that kindness is selfish?
..kindness needs no authority but it's own...immanuel kant reminds us
that the goodwill is essential to good living...
Originally posted by reinfeldThe person who would actually tell his opponent that he just made a bad move should really start the game by resigning.
..is someone a knucklehead ?....the post requests my ability to let
OTHERS take back their bad move...read carefully...if you are not
careful you may make another error in public...tsk, tisk..join the arrakis reading guild...
Originally posted by reinfeldWe were all newbies once and quickly learned THINK BEFORE YOU MOVE! Books for beginners are readily available - especially by your famous namesake Mr R. Just a teensie bit of reading will clear up the worst errors if the apprentice is genuinely interested. If you want to tutor someone use emails, private chat or a phone together with a real board in front of you? Soon your student will be walking over the rice paper without tearing it and wondering why he still calls you Master.
[b]...c'mon folks. ..you know when you are playing a newbie..they tell
you..or they move the knight to the a or h file on the first move