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September 12, 2017, 05:43:45 PM
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We are organizing a chess tournament on Chessque(https://chessque.com) on Septemeber 17th at 2:00 PM (GMT).  We are giving out prizes in bitcoins. If you are a chess enthusiast, do give it a try. Entry fee is just 25000 Satoshi.

It is a 1 min blitz tournament. For more details visit https://chessque.com

Hurry up! Only limited slots are available.

PS: The prize money increases with increase in participation, so dont forget to invite more people to play.
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September 12, 2017, 05:58:30 PM
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the first question that comes to mind: how will you determine if a player is not just another chess programme?
this will be a bot fest,you will be lucky if you get a single legit human player there
also the entry fee is very low,wonder what the prizes are going to be
Ilove chess but my ELO is not high enough to participate in such a tourney

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September 12, 2017, 06:13:05 PM
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the first question that comes to mind: how will you determine if a player is not just another chess programme?
this will be a bot fest,you will be lucky if you get a single legit human player there
also the entry fee is very low,wonder what the prizes are going to be
Ilove chess but my ELO is not high enough to participate in such a tourney
lichess covers against chess engines pretty well and considering this is a bullet tournament crappy chess players are going to be forced to set engines to unfavorable conditions (by lowering the depth). Good players will likely premove and still spend less time than engines however due to consistent playing which adds memorization of certain patterns used in tactics.

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September 12, 2017, 06:17:54 PM
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A very good idea by the way. I dont play chess but I guess it would have been great if you let others bet on the games which are running in the tournament. Heard about lichess engines and its great implementation to clarify the real gamers.

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September 12, 2017, 06:53:31 PM
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sounds like a great idea but... i am totally negated at chess! i could not win a game even if i was the only player.

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September 12, 2017, 07:00:27 PM
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how much reward if win youre tournament
i think you must write about reward can much people interest join youre tournament
how to play player vs player, and how to tournament system

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September 12, 2017, 07:02:22 PM
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We are organizing a chess tournament on Chessque(https://chessque.com) on Septemeber 17th at 2:00 PM (GMT).  We are giving out prizes in bitcoins. If you are a chess enthusiast, do give it a try. Entry fee is just 25000 Satoshi.

It is a 1 min blitz tournament. For more details visit https://chessque.com

Hurry up! Only limited slots are available.

PS: The prize money increases with increase in participation, so dont forget to invite more people to play.

This will miserably fail. What if a grand master chess player joins? For sure he'll defeat most players for sure. Skill based gambling like chess is not something that would last since we cannot really determine the level of expertise of every player and match them with each other. That would mean that a newbie will always lose and he will not profit from this.

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September 12, 2017, 11:16:16 PM
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We are organizing a chess tournament on Chessque(https://chessque.com) on Septemeber 17th at 2:00 PM (GMT).  We are giving out prizes in bitcoins. If you are a chess enthusiast, do give it a try. Entry fee is just 25000 Satoshi.

It is a 1 min blitz tournament. For more details visit https://chessque.com

Hurry up! Only limited slots are available.

PS: The prize money increases with increase in participation, so dont forget to invite more people to play.

This will miserably fail. What if a grand master chess player joins? For sure he'll defeat most players for sure. Skill based gambling like chess is not something that would last since we cannot really determine the level of expertise of every player and match them with each other. That would mean that a newbie will always lose and he will not profit from this.

do not enter in this case,25.000 satoshis is not something that you should be afraid to lose
it is just 1$ and you can spend it on entertainment,not everything people do has the sole purpose of earning money,you know
my ELO was around 1900 or so,I was a pro chess player once,but I haven't touched chess for a decade if not more
if I was sure the players were human players I would play for fun,cause I'm sure I would not be able to win it ,the current form I'm at
also,its one minute time control limit,this is more like luck than skill,make it at least 2-3 minutes blitz

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September 13, 2017, 02:39:03 AM
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how much reward if win youre tournament
i think you must write about reward can much people interest join youre tournament
how to play player vs player, and how to tournament system

Don't be too lazy to find the details on the site, all what you ask is explained on the site already so go visit the site if you really wanna know the answer of your question.

What if a grand master chess player joins? For sure he'll defeat most players for sure.

So whats the problem? This is a tournament, anyone can join it including a chess grand master even though I doubt there will be any grand master wasting their time for this kind of site.

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September 13, 2017, 05:02:43 AM
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Very nice idea, been looking for this type of game in bitcoin with bet. Can you post on how many participants have joined and how many are the participants that you will accumulate until you close the registration? No hopes to be a champion but I just want to compete and try it out, this would be fun.

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September 13, 2017, 06:56:57 AM
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Thanks for the interest. Currently we have 25 users registered. We are promoting this event from today. We are hoping to get 500 participants for this tournament.

It will be awesome if you can follow us on Twitter(@chess_que) and share the post.

We want to try with 1 min tournament this time. It will eliminate people using engines to cheat.

We have kept the entry fee low so that anyone who can play chess can participate and enjoy the tournament feeling.
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September 13, 2017, 07:59:49 AM
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Thanks for the interest. Currently we have 25 users registered. We are promoting this event from today. We are hoping to get 500 participants for this tournament.

It will be awesome if you can follow us on Twitter(@chess_que) and share the post.

We want to try with 1 min tournament this time. It will eliminate people using engines to cheat.

We have kept the entry fee low so that anyone who can play chess can participate and enjoy the tournament feeling.

How you  detect bots playing ? A friend of mine is a very good chess player and he said is very hard to find bots when they may be as good as pro players. Just wondering...
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September 13, 2017, 08:03:49 AM
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I am interested to come along, i love a chess game and often play with my friends, but it seems that on chess game i still have to learning more and still hesitate in the victory if i participate in this tournament, surely will be many peoples more pro than me. But this is a great idea for a tournament, good luck to the participants!

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September 13, 2017, 09:00:25 AM
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I can finally test my chess skills on this site and its good that bitcoin winnings could possible be achieved on this one.Im not a pro player but would really be worth to try to compete with other players.I dont have doubts if these games have bot or not since the entry fee is very cheap.
I will try this one later on and give feedback on my sites experience.

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September 13, 2017, 09:57:52 AM
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lichess.org has a good bot detection system in place. We have chess masters on our platform, who will also check for suspicious activities.
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September 13, 2017, 10:09:15 AM
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lichess.org has a good bot detection system in place. We have chess masters on our platform, who will also check for suspicious activities.


Don't get me wrong, I really love chess, and I would participate if that wasn't an online event, because that's just the way to play chess. Maybe by video conference would work as well, but not on any simple online platform. What would you consider to be a "suspicious activity"? Unless you are asking for a player to justify every single move, you just can't accuse him of using a bot.

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September 13, 2017, 10:38:48 AM
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It is nice to see someone created a site that allows users to compete with each other playing chess and also stand a chance to win bitcoins as prizes for being the winner of the game, the low entry fee of just 25000 satoshi per game is also a good way to attract more players for playing on the site for entertainment purpose.

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September 13, 2017, 10:57:46 AM
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I haven't seen any chess tournament before and it is even rare to find one in bitcoin niche, can't understand how this tournament will work. Played few round of chess in http://lichess.org/ will look around to know how actually I can play in this tournament. You can also add donation address for pot, few users might donate to pot because of this interesting idea.

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September 13, 2017, 12:11:35 PM
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Just look to your site right now, and I must say I really liked its interface. These sites never last long though because of the bot problem, like most users are saying here. I haven't registered yet, but I saw you can play vs a friend. Can you choose a friend and bet an amount of BTC? That could be a good way to keep the site alive, because we can play vs some trusted friends, without the fear of facing a bot and thus having an unfair game.

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September 13, 2017, 12:44:59 PM
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the first question that comes to mind: how will you determine if a player is not just another chess programme?
this will be a bot fest,you will be lucky if you get a single legit human player there
also the entry fee is very low,wonder what the prizes are going to be
Ilove chess but my ELO is not high enough to participate in such a tourney
Easy, if they have chat room and we can talk with other player on this game. that wasn't a bot because they held a tournament and i think all participant will don't mind to chat.

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