pI've just noticed that one of my favourite comedians, Stewart Lee, has a little bit of his website devoted to rip-offs of his work:br / a href="http://www.stewartlee.co.uk/plagiarists.htm" title="http://www.stewartlee.co.uk/plagiarists.htm"http://www.stewartlee.co.uk/plagiarists.htm/a/p pOn a completely different topic, you might be interested to compare the design of a popular locally produced scorebook:br / a href="http://onionschess.atspace.com/tims.htm" title="http://onionschess.atspace.com/tims.htm"http://onionschess.atspace.com/tims.htm/abr / ...to that of a recently issued product from the other side of the country./p
"Flip-Coin Chess: Does not pay attention to all (or sometimes even any!)
of the threats generated by the opponent's previous move.
Hope Chess: Does pay attention to all the threats generated by the
opponent's previous move, but, before making their current move, does
not check to make sure that all checks, captures, and threats by the
opponent on the next move (in reply to that move) can be safely met.
Real Chess: Not only deals with opponent's threats from the previous
move but, before making their move, also makes sure that the opponent