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    sh3000 is offline Newbie
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    Hi.
    Does a 'fine' chess move mean a move that is ''very good and admirable'?

    Thhanks in advance


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    Re: fine

    As an NES but not a teacher or chess player, that is how I would interpret it.

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    PS It's OK to drop one of the "h's" in "Thhanks"!

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    Re: fine

    So would I.

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    Re: fine

    I think the chess-players' shorthand for 'a fine move' is '!'.

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