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Here's an idea - Steemit versus Golos - The Chess Match - A Cross Platform Showcase. Move #10

We could repeat that crowdsourced chess experiment, but use two Steem Communities as teams, instead of running the game across blockchains. Or even use "labels" within a community to delineate the teams.

A new post for each move, and teams get a certain number of days to collaboratively select their next move? Community/team members could take turns posting so it doesn't become overwhelming for a single person. Miss your post and get voted off the island. ;-) @penny4thoughts could even be used to distribute extra rewards to the people who submit the chosen move.

If we could get this model to work for collaborative chess, maybe it could also be adapted to other forms of collaborative decision making.

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I like that. I was thinking one post per move would work, and I like the idea of teams so the volume of branches doesn't become overwhelming for a single person.

Was it you who sent me a link before of a unpolished website that'd been designed to play chess on the blockchain?

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Was it you who sent me a link before of a unpolished website that'd been designed to play chess on the blockchain?

I don't remember seeing that, so I don't think it was me. I'd be interested to see it if you come across it again.

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I remember now that I found this after a conversation I had with somebody else: https://eth-chess.netlify.app/

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This would be a nice and highly engaging competition. I need to get back to training so that in case this idea becomes a reality, I just may be able to represent one of the communities.

If we could get this model to work for collaborative chess, maybe it could also be adapted to other forms of collaborative decision-making.

Great deductive thinking!

I guess your next moves are Pawn to C4, Knight to C3, and possibly pawn to e4 right? haha, I am a newbie in Chess, and I have learned the d4 trap move can be avoided in many ways. I still don't have a good grasp of the fundamentals of Chess tho, so I will try and get back to it.

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I think those moves are typical for white to try to gain center control, but there are some good defenses against it. Your choice depends somewhat on whether you want to play an attacking game, or a defensive game.