Part 1: Tucker introduces The ChessBardTucker demonstrates The ChessBard's website and its mechanics, and begins a performance with the computer AI.
Part 2: Chess and poetryTucker comments on multi-linear, anticipatory thinking in chess and poetry, as well as the inspiration for the piece.
"The game, for me, is this negotiation between space and play, in the same way that often my poetic practice is a negotiation between space and play."
Part 3: Templates emerge through playThe game intensifies, and Tucker gives an explanation of the templates used to create the poems.
Part 4: End gameThe game concludes, and Tucker (unintentionally) demonstrates the ephemeral nature of the resulting poetry.
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