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    Research Paper On Chess

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    strategies like this requires much practice and is exceptionally advanced. I personally strive to discover and attain these strategical and tactical superior positions in my own chess games, however they are not only difficult to discover, they’re also risky for if you do not calculate a certain possibility or logical move from your opponent when you’re thinking 3 to 4 moves ahead, you make a brash sacrifice and end up in a losing position both materially, and strategically. Keeping this in mind what does it mean to have a superior position in a chess game? In general, superior positioning means the player controls more space. The more squares your pieces occupy, attack, or defend the fewer options your opponent has thus, the opponent is forced…

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    Inventor, scientist, founding father, and much more - Benjamin Franklin did it all. Franklin writes a syllogism talking about how "chess is not merely of idle amusement." Chess is a game that teaches you how to think methodically; Franklin was a man who thinks methodically before almost every decision he makes. Franklin employs the modes of analogy, definition, and example to convey his message of how chess is a game of life – a game that we must win. First and foremost, Franklin…

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    old traditions established in China. Mao Zedong wanted to clear China 's history and remove the unorganized Chinese system to create order in the Chinese society. However the Chinese’s supposed "unorganized system" was, in fact, a structured system and the removal this caused chaos in the society. “King of Chess”, like all the novellas in Ah Cheng 's composition, follows a progression from a structured chaos to a chaotic structure. Mao, when he assumed power in China, sought to get rid of the…

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    The Chess Game by Sofonisba Anguisola is a painting that was made using oil on canvas and it was completed in the year 1555. I choose to write about this painting because I can see a story unfold based on the girls’ facial expressions. Although it is the oldest painting of the group, the painting spoke to me and I immediately envisioned how I could answer this prompt. Also, Diego Rivera’s Sugar Cane came in second place but I wanted to challenge myself and describe something foreign to me since…

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    Paper1 To be placed in the role of a general over a battlefield and to combat the opposing general; this is the essence of Chess. Chess is a noble two player strategy game with a reasonable skill floor yet an infinitely high skill cap. This depth leads to a highly captivating game, one where ”An outsider looking on casually might find the intensity incomprehensible. But anyone who has played the game a few times understands how it be engrossing in the extreme”(Shenk 6). The goal of Chess is to…

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    Chess is a game that is known worldwide. According to FIDE World Chess Federation, over 160 countries are registered to be part of the FIDE. Chess is a game that is all about strategy and thinking ahead to plan out the best way to beat the opponent. Within the HBO T.V. series The Wire by David Simon, chess is used as a comparison to drug dealing, or as referenced in the series, “the game”. Just like chess, drug dealing, as portrayed in the series, is also all about strategy and planning ahead.…

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    Beginners Guide to Chess Chess is a competitive strategic game that every person should play at least once in their life. The game of chess can be incredibly difficult at the master level but this will be a comprehensive guide on the basics and how to get started. Now, it’s time to learn how to kill the king. Items Needed Step 1: Board Preparation 1. To begin place the pieces in their correct positions. The pawns go in the second row on your side of the board. They go in all eight squares…

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    Bobby Fischer Biography

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    you ever heard of Bobby Fischer? He was one of the best chess players of all time. He was born march 9th, 1943 in Chicago Illinois. This is how fischer learned to play the game. Is when Fischer and his sister bought a book about chess at a candy store. When his sister lost interest in the game of chess, fischer played against himself. In 1956 he attended Heathwren Chess Club. In 1959 his student council awarded him a gold medal for his chess achievements. At age 14 he played the game of the…

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    with the year of the rat. The year of the rat has a powerful characteristic that is able to learn anything. Which in this case, Waverly, became a child chess prodigy at the age of nine. "By my ninth birthday, I was a national chess champion." (Tan 97). When Waverly was seven-years-old, her older brother received a secondhand chess set. She watched her two older brothers, and she discovered her interest in chess. At first, Waverly did not understand the rules for playing chess. However, she…

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    that goes on into any type of sport can be stressful, even in chess, and the effects of stress can exhaust a person, even when they aren’t doing any physical. Instead, shouldn’t we acknowledge in the same different field of work as other types or sports, and not to criticize the work they put into it? The three points are to support this is that some sports, are acknowledged as a sport, even when there is little physical activity in it; chess is considered a sport, when it is more of a mental…

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