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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

chess means to me!!

by dugi111

this is a deep question. One of reasons I like chess are, because in this game both players have the same rules, nobody can't cheat, and most important there is no fortune in it,you have to make your on fortune. Chess is the game where you can really realize who is smarter.In chees you can see people's personality characteristics. Some are scared and allways defensive, somebody is furious and want to end game quickly like crazy mate. Best of all I enjoy most when man who used to cheat in life, taste's chess, after one game he'll never play it again. For me chess is the game of life.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

What does Chess represent to me

by thian1899

What does Chess represent to me? Sometimes it is a game to play with your friends, sometimes it's a way to help children to improve their logical thinking and sometimes to test your skills with players you do not know, to evolve and to learn. The satisfaction when you win a game or when you have outsmarted the other player, when he fells into your trap or when you anticipate the opponent's moves makes you love Chess more and more.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

For me chess is like our life.

by sathya_a

For me chess is like our life.If we are in problem is like we are in check,If you know how to handle and escape from check then sure you can solve our proflem in life.So I always like to solve the problem and win the game

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

I learned chess from my brother when I was five

by smatt

I learned chess from my brother when I was five or six. I've played on and off for years. I've studied books, enjoyed newspaper problems, played in over a half a dozen clubs, entered and exited the US Chess Federation a few times. I've played chess on three continents, from playing the men in my home town in Texas to learning how to say the pieces in Italian from a little boy to starting chess clubs in West Africa to students who had never heard of the game. I have dreamed of the game, read biographies and histories, followed the World Championships. Chess represents a lifetime of choices and travels, of friends made, of battles won and lost, so much so that I find it difficult to imagine a life without it

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

chess game is the best game

by nou83

chess game is the best game and over all à two minds fight

no hazard only logical way to play.

chess game occurs all feelings , joy, fear, esthetic , adventures ... 

winner or loser i' m always satisfied

i played 20 years ago 1650 elo

chess here.com is the best site i found to play and chat and observe grand masters

thanks to the chess players world community.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

I\'ve just rediscovered chess a few weeks ago

by CBAS

I've just rediscovered chess a few weeks ago when I was on holiday.
I knew the basic rules of chess, but never took a deeper look at it to marvel at the beauty of the game.
During a rainy day I've tought my wife how to play and we had lots of fun evenings afterwards.
The tv already was rarely used, but now it's permanently switched off.
we're both hooked right now and I'm playing on your website with my cousin who already was a member of your site.

Anyway, great website, keep it up.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Something always sort of fascinated me about the chess board

by neon9ball

Well, I'd have to think about that one, actually. Something always sort of fascinated me about the chess board. When I was younger I remember seeing glimpses of different boards and players in movies, usually just in passing.

I was always somewhat curious to what it really was. No one in my family played and none of my friends did either. It wasn't until I was about nineteen that I pulled a checkers/chess board out of my closet and forced my father to teach me how to play. What does it represent to me now? The same thing it did in that very first game.

I see the game as a unique puzzle, in which there are many possibilities. A true battlefield, both sides completely even. The only thing that differs is the players, their perspectives, their playing styles. It's still interesting to me, even after playing so many games, how unique every game feels. No matter who I play, I enter every game with the same perspective, detaching myself from ideas and previous experience ... Read more >>>

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

playing chess

by Jiriki

A way of thinking that if allowed to will improve almost every aspect of your life. Some of the lessons I have learnt are:

            There are often elegant solutions to problems rather than walking in with a blunderbuss.

            All actions will have at least one consequence.

            In-action is a valid tactic at the right time.

            Losing is inevitable, as long as you learn from your losses you have not really lost.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Chess is like an everyday life

by kamigawa

Chess is like an everyday life but in chess, you have to move and show your skills on how’s and why’s the way you maneuver your pieces in order to win. In life, also you have to have to make a move whether you like it or not and decide for yourself just to succeed. But, there are a lot of situations where, if you do not have the skills and knowledge or proper training you will be surely in the disadvantage side. In chess I learned that as a pawn, there is strength in numbers, a bishop has to overcome any obstacle on the path, a horse must know how to go around any obstructions, a rook must know how to find a way, a queen must decide where she is going, and the king which must be protected should coordinate all these forces to be a mighty one. These are the kind of training I got, that I can apply in any endeavor of my life. That was chess represents for me.

 

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Chess represents a unique art form

by TheChessGuru

Chess represents a unique art form which is finally starting to revive itself in this media polluted world. Chess is a game which increases brain function & which gives the player an excellent sense of satisfaction once they have crushed their opponent. It takes a combination of patience, foresight & logical thinking to outwit your opponent. It is great to play a few friendly games with friends but when you start playing in leagues & tournaments it takes on a whole new meaning. The only way to improve is by playing regularly, reading books & playing against players who are better than you. The trick is never to give up. Chess is the ultimate brain training tool & to me it is one of the best games in the world. My only problem is that it is not officially recognised as a sport.

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