Deuteranopia Chess

    Being unable to see colors doesn't have to be a bad thing, maybe, it could be a super power. Rather than black and white, opposing sides of this game have pieces of different color tones. The variety of colors may distract able-vision players, having to take time recognize their own pieces. However, for deuteranopia people, the colors have no effect. So people with deuteranopia, like my friend Shawn, are more likely to come out ahead.
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