I'm wondering if the following scenario has ever been played out:
Once side of a chess game is played by multiple humans at once, collaboratively determining what the next move will be. This could, perhaps, be enforced by some sort of game logic where the move with the highest percentage is the chosen-move. Let's pretend that there could be as many as 1000 humans contributing to the decision making. The other side is played by a single chess computer, and a reasonably-good one at that.
Has anyone ever attempted something like this? If so, what was the outcome? Does adding more human players to make decisions for one side of the game increase the likelihood of that side defeating a computer opponent?