- Chess variations
- found: Fourth Amber, rapid and blindfold chess tournament, Monaco, March 28-April 10, 1995, 1995.
- found: The Ox. companion to chess, 1992 (Blindfold chess: chess played without sight of the board. This is not difficult for a strong player but others find it astonishing, perhaps uncanny. Some masters have specialized in playing many such games simultaneously.
- found: Batsford chess encyc.
- 1997-10-06: new
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