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Chess is as good today as it was when it started – many would agree. But thanks to the games industry becoming the giant that it is, there are new and exciting versions appearing everywhere.
At some point in the years preceding 700AD, somewhere in India the tactical game of wits we know today as chess was formed. Hundreds of years later in 1956 the system known as MANIAC I or others defeated a human player in twenty-three moves.
If you enjoy the game of chess and have risen to anything above a novice, your ability to strategise will have grown in leaps and bounds. This is part of the appeal of chess; the tactics behind your moves and getting your cogs turning becomes pleasurable as you try to outsmart your opponent.
The Greatest Players in the History of Chess Wilhelm Steinitz The champion, also known as Austrian Morphy, made a huge contribution to the modern game. In 1873, Steinitz sho...Read More
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If you enjoy the game of chess and have risen to anything above a novice, your ability to strategise will have grown in leaps and bounds. This is part of the appeal of chess; the t...Read More