# 1 tenth of a second per move

@classicalMpk

I don't play games for 15 seconds, I play games for 3 minutes and I lose because despite having won the game my opponent has the possibility to move in 0.17 seconds

find me a real game where you can see two players moving their pieces on a fixed chessboard on a table in 0.17 seconds per move

it is an impossible speed for a human without adequate technology

and any advantage depending on different equipment is already discriminatory in itself,

disabled or not

@AcademicNinja99

look carefully, each move in this game lasts + 0.17 seconds
stop the video at 3 seconds, you can clearly see the clock between the two hands, which the first move requires

1 second and 2 cents, here we are talking about 0.17 seconds, that is a move 6 times faster than the first move of the video

the second move is faster, 0.3, however almost twice as slow as 0.17
to move a pedestrian

in the whole video there is no 0.17 second move, they are all slower, instead here on the site, 1200 players play the last 30 seconds with 0.17 moves

here you go

<<I don't play games for 15 seconds, I play games for 3 minutes and I lose because despite having won the game my opponent has the possibility to move in 0.17 seconds>>

=> You have the possibility to make these 0.17 seconds move too. Your opponent is human / Your opponent can make 0.17s moves / You are human / Then you can make 0.17s moves.
The ability to premove (and how well you play chess in general) has nothing to do with disabilities, and if they do, disabled players should play chess against other players with the same condition.

<<find me a real game where you can see two players moving their pieces on a fixed chessboard on a table in 0.17 seconds per move>>

=> Lichess games are not played on real boards. So while you play faster in 15s games on lichess, you also play faster during 3 minutes games. OTB games work differently.

<<it is an impossible speed for a human without adequate technology>>

=> I don't know what you mean by adequate technology, but the only technology you need to play 0.17s moves is a computer and a mouse and im pretty sure you own this technology.

<<and any advantage depending on different equipment is already discriminatory in itself, disabled or not>>

=> Disabled or not, you have a brain and a mouse so there is no advantage on the board.

and see what happens at the end of the game

the times of the moves increase in measure as the pieces decrease

obvious the space in which to move the arm increases,
the pieces are further away
the greater the number of vacant houses

in moving they throw the pieces to the ground due to the impossibility of stopping the arm

here we talk about 0.17 seconds per move in the last 30 or 20 seconds of a game between 1200 players?

Have you ever considered playing 5+4 Blitz instead of 3+0?

It would be cool if you could set 2-3 premoves like on chess.com, not only 1.

@sergiozonzo

They are moving that fast at the start, the only thing that makes their moves last for longer is the fact that they are required to stop the clock with the same hand that they used to make the move, adding at least 0.3 seconds to the time per move.

Anyway, what I noticed is that although multiple people have suggested that you can play with increment, which would solve all of your problems, you continue to ignore that suggestion every single time. So I will say it again. Play with increment to prevent this. If you don’t acknowledge this suggestion again and continue with your ramblings then I will just consider you a troll looking to stir drama in the forum, and report you as such.

How can be sure its impossible in real life? they are two normal chessplayer, what if they were lightweight boxers, or other top athletes were reflexes and speed are important?

And shouldn't you at least use nakamura when it comes to speed? Did anyone ever say john bartholomew or another random guy are the guys to go to when its about speed?

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