[wpspoiler name="What is a Simultaneous Display?" style="smoothness"]A chess simultaneous exhibition or simultaneous display is a game in which one player (typically of high rank, such as a grandmaster) plays multiple games at a time with a number of other players. Such an exhibition is often referred to simply as a “simul”. In a regular simul, no chess clocks are used. The boards are usually arranged in a large circle or square and the exhibitor walks from board to board in a fixed order. Each individual participant is expected to make a move when the exhibitor arrives at his/her board. The exhibitor may pause briefly before playing his/her move, but will typically attempt to avoid lengthy pauses because too many such pauses will cause the exhibition to continue for an extended period. [/wpspoiler]
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