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PostSubject: Chess the game of the ages   Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:33 am

Chess is a game of strategy and is said to have originated in India around 600 AD. This game really helps to strengthen the mind.

To become a proficient chess player, you often need to think several moves ahead of your opponent. This same strategy can be applied in our daily lives to help us with our decision making process. By thinking ahead and looking at possible outcomes, it allows us to make better decisions throughout our lives.

If you never have played chess, try to find someone to teach you the moves as it really is not that difficult. In this age of electronic video games, it is great to see a time honored traditional game like chess still being played in many circles and cultures.

While playing against the computer can be entertaining, it still does not have the same feel or is it as much fun as playing on a real chess board with quality pieces against a human opponent.







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PostSubject: Re: Chess the game of the ages   Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:03 am

mrthought wrote:
Chess is a game of strategy and is said to have originated in India around 600 AD. This game really helps to strengthen the mind.

To become a proficient chess player, you often need to think several moves ahead of your opponent. This same strategy can be applied in our daily lives to help us with our decision making process. By thinking ahead and looking at possible outcomes, it allows us to make better decisions throughout our lives.

If you never have played chess, try to to teach you the moves as it really is not that difficult. In this age of electronic video games, it is great to see a time honored traditional game like chess still being played in many circles and cultures.

While playing against the computer can be entertaining, it still does not have the same feel or is it as much fun as playing on a real chess board with quality pieces against a human opponent.







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PostSubject: Re: Chess the game of the ages   Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:42 am

Against Fritz 11, I have started to target the squares h8 and g8 with my Bishops early in the game. This would certainly unsettle a human opponent, if I were playing against one. If both the Bishops are in the second rank, targetting the h8 and g8 squares, the bishops are safe too. h8 and g8 are one of the three squares that are guarded by pawns after the black king castles. I must say, Fritz 11 is too good for me, but I am catching up. I am becoming more and more confident, with playing against Fritz 11. I am very reticent playing against a human being.


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PostSubject: Re: Chess the game of the ages   Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:00 pm

nirvana wrote:
mrthought wrote:
Chess is a game of strategy and is said to have originated in India around 600 AD. This game really helps to strengthen the mind.

To become a proficient chess player, you often need to think several moves ahead of your opponent. This same strategy can be applied in our daily lives to help us with our decision making process. By thinking ahead and looking at possible outcomes, it allows us to make better decisions throughout our lives.

If you never have played chess, try to to teach you the moves as it really is not that difficult. In this age of electronic video games, it is great to see a time honored traditional game like chess still being played in many circles and cultures.

While playing against the computer can be entertaining, it still does not have the same feel or is it as much fun as playing on a real chess board with quality pieces against a human opponent.







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