I assume that Rafe had to input the names of the people who are playing, and only they can make moves. I moved, but it doesn't show up on the graphic above.
Marv / Finarvyn DCC playtester (2011) S&W WhiteBox author (2009) C&C playtester (2003) Builder of the TrollBridge for T&T; Amber Diceless player since 1993 OD&D Player since 1975; Metamorphosis Alpha since 1976
"Don't ask me what you need to hit. Just roll the die and I will let you know!" - Dave Arneson
No chess cub, but my dad was a pretty avid player. He taught me, and I went from there. Back during my first longer home office stint in 2012, I played one game every day, during lunch break, either online or against the computer. Thing is, from a philosophical point of view, I'm not sure I like chess that much. It teaches you computing, yes - but where is the real strategic aspect beyond that? Computing is a help, sure, but the moves, per se, are not ambiguous, in the sense that there is no subtext to them, understandably. A move is made because opponents consider it effective, not because they understand the game in a different way than oneself does.