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another way to do it in lichess besides https://lichess.org/simul you can issue challenges to several players by challenging them directly in their profiles (which you would open up in several tabs) and then you can play them all at once.


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This is a bit late but in case you are still looking, we've been working on our blindfold chess website for the past few months and just released our beta. The main game is exactly what you describe: you can play by entering PGN moves while viewing the score sheet. The board is hidden and you can choose after how many moves you will be able to view the board....


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If nothing else, you can register several accounts, and open several games in different windows. I don't know whether that will set off flags, though, and it would be less convenient than something specifically set up for simuls.


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Since over the board chess is played with each player's pieces starting on the side closest to them, the natural board orientation is with your own pieces on the bottom. This is the default orientation when a game starts on all the major chess-playing sites and is how all the top players like Nakamura, Carlsen, etc. play when they stream on Twitch. It is not ...


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As of 29 April 2020, Chess.com supports playing online simuls (simultaneous exhibitions) against human opponents. To enable, users must select the setting "Play Multiple Games at a Time" at chess.com/settings/live. Enabling the "Auto Switch Game" setting, "Chess.com will automatically take the simulgiver to the game in which they ...


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For chess.com, I believe I have found the best setup. Comparing it to chessgames.com, the piece design is exactly the same and the tan color is extremely close. Lichess is a little trickier for the board color, although the pieces are to be found as well. The piece type is the third option from the left in the top row. As for the board type I chose, it is ...


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I have no way of knowing for sure whether your opponent cheated - however, I suspect he did not. In the first game, Qc1 could easily have been luck. Keep in mind that your opponent isn't choosing from dozens of possible moves here. The queen is threatened and it only has a few reasonable squares to move to; I could see him choosing that square for his queen ...


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