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Chess: Booking a problem, strategizing in the middle, solving at the end

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For those confused with the title, there are 3 parts of a chess game: the opening (referenced from the word "booking" / book moves), the middle game, and the endgame.

Chess is a very interesting board game on its own. With the uniqueness of how the game's fundamentals work, strategies are always a part of the game. These go for every part of a chess game. Choosing an opening to use, learning how to handle endgames, and so on.

For this, I'd like to propose a site for the board game we all love and hate.

Here is the summary for the site:

  • All questions would have something to do with chess and has to be completely all about chess. You'll see which questions regarding chess are allowed later on.

  • As of now, there are no bonus categories for the site.

Here's the info for our site, or what'd be called a community:

Our community for chess players of all levels, chess enthusiasts, and those who study the fundamentals of chess.

Here is the scope of the site:

Q&A

  • Questions about learning theory, how to play parts of the game, and evaluating games are allowed.
  • Questions about chess puzzles are allowed.
  • Questions about chess evaluation bots (like Stockfish and AlphaZero) are allowed.
  • Questions like "how to play against [insert entity/bot here]" aren't allowed.

This scope still needs expanding.

Can we get a site for the chess players? A simple name like "Chess Codidact" and a link of chess.codidact.com will do.

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Feature is required for the community (Game from PGN) (1 comment)
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