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chess.stackexchange.com/questions/38890/… is relevant but concerns itself with the slightly different question of playing a normal game with only a weak ability to visualize. Following up on the information given will reassure you that in general weak visualization is no barrier to high acheivement. But in a few people it is a permanent and unalterable ...


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I am very surprised that in this old thread absolutely no mention is made of visualization. We tend to assume that everyone thinks as we do, but perhaps more or less effectively. This is not true. Some people think visually, others verbally, logically, or kinematically. Those who do visualize vary in accuracy and clarity. See the Wikipedia article on "...


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This is a bit late but in case you are still wondering - yes you can. We've been working on our blindfold chess website for the past few months and just released our beta. The entire purpose of the website is for people to learn how to play a full game blindfolded. We start by running you through basic PGN notation. You can get comfortable with this notation ...


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