ASRL / PERPETUAL 2014
 
Color-Coded Chromatic Chess
 
by   Naumann, Francis M.
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Readers' Comments
I love the color-coded chess game. It's interesting to have the computer behave as both an opponent and a confident i.e. suggest possible moves which can then be changed by using the appropriate back move arrow, if so desired. My only problem is seeing the white pawns when they are on white squares. Could they or the squares be a different color without violating Duchamp's concept? Thanks for the informative, enjoyable, and intellectually interactive article.
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