picture 46

This is a picture of a blind player's chess board. Notice that the board has little holes in the middle of the squares so that players can place their pieces into and not have to worry about knocking them out of their perspective holes when feeling for the pieces. In addition, certain squares are raised in order to allow blind players to be able to follow the pieces along the diagonals.

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