The American chess board will likely undergo some sort of redesign after more than 100 years of use.
That’s the conclusion of a report released Tuesday by a consulting firm, which suggests that the board could be reworked in time for the 2020 presidential election.
The new chess board would use different materials and features than the one used in the board of elections, and would likely include a larger chess board, as well as a chess-style board that incorporates an electronic voting machine, according to the report.
The chess board has been used in some states since the 1880s, but the American Chess Association has had to move to a new board in 2017 to keep it up to date with new technology.
The board has a modern look, with more colorful colors and more information.
A chess board is seen at the International Chess Federation’s headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.
The American Chess Board of Elections will likely have to be rethought to adapt to the new board of voters, the report said.
The report does not say how much money would be spent on the redesign, but it says that the new chessboard would cost roughly $3.8 million.
The study was done by Strategy Consulting, a firm that is owned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The consulting firm was hired by the American chess association in 2021, but then decided to leave after its contract expired.
It was then replaced by another firm, American Consulting, that has not been paid by the chess association.
The move came after several reports by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office and the Wall Street Journal that found the chess board was antiquated and could be used for voting fraud.
In 2019, the chess organization moved to a different board.
A few years ago, the American Association of University Chess Directors, which oversees the board, recommended a redesign of the chessboard, but nothing has changed.
The U.N. agency that oversees chess also said in 2019 that it would consider a new design in the future.