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Re: Accessible Chess game?

Thomas Ward <slingshooter@valkyrie.net> writes:

> Hi, does anyone know of any chess games for Linux that works well with 
> speakup or emacspeak?


is the only one I know.  Its still sort of in development, but
you can already use it to play against gnuchess, or even on the
free internet chess server (FICS).

It offers a special display type chess-plain which is well suited
for braille users methinks.  Emacspeak extensions should be easily doable
since emacs-chess is very module.  Infact there is already a chess-announce.el
module, which uses Festival to speak the moves of your oponent.

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