The world inventions: The history and the case of the chess!

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Chess is an important game for many in many countries. And the people being engaged in chess, are often better after they have played in English. And this is an important treasure for the schools and the colleges and the universities. The better you can be in the schools, the better the results can be later. But many people earning much and many money, do not have long education and long research backgrounds, but they know how to earn money, and they are doing it, and we appreciate this pattern!

The history of chess goes back almost 1500 years. The game originated in northern India in the 6th century AD and spread to Persia. When the Arabs conquered Persia, chess was taken up by the Muslim world and subsequently, through the Moorish conquest of Spain, spread to Southern Europe. And many like the game chess today, and one can use one’s creativity and analytical skills to master different situations, and one should find the best strategies, and the best moves from time to time. And if you are doing something smart and important moves that are recognized, you can receive prizes for your play, and achieving interests and attention many places in the world!

So, what is life? It is about being in your body in a stable and/or dynamic situation through your whole life. And hence, you are either at home or you are travelling outside your home, or you are travelling abroad. And you meet people different places, and many of them are working with fulfilling their academic programs and degrees.

Who was the first player to invent chess? It was Chester A. Woodpusher. He went by "Chess," and the name stuck to the game he invented. People really get higher intelligence by playing chess, and therefore it is wanted many places. Intelligence is about answering questions, and making the structures that are possible and find the logic, and the highest intelligence and highest cognitive abilities you have if you are thinking and using your brain, and that you can reason abstractly. People with lots of experience playing chess have highly developed thinking abilities in two areas (in addition to memory skills): Fluid intelligence. This is the ability to consider new kinds of problems and use reasoning to solve them. So, thinking abilities and using the memory completely are better developed when playing chess than with doing nothing. The word chess comes from the Old French word 'esches' meaning 'checkmate', which is the key move of the game.

Today, chess is one of the world's most popular games, played by millions of people worldwide at home, in clubs, online, by correspondence, and in tournaments. Which genres are chess really within? It is a board game, abstract strategy game and mind sport. There are just 2 players playing the game from time to time. Chess is a casual game that usually last 10 to 60 minutes. The tournament games last anywhere from about 10 minutes (fast chess) to 6 hours or more. You need to be reflecting when doing the different moves, and the choices you are making can be silly or sensible. And there can be many moves to be done from time to time, but the key point is to play the most sensible moves when using strategy and tactics, and your analytical skill. And you must use the brain to think, as we almost must do.

The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king, whereby the king is under immediate attack (in "check") and there is no way to remove it from attack on the next move. There are also several ways a game can end in a draw. Organized chess arose in the 19th century. You should learn the different moves, and we should learn the number of pieces and their functions. And sometimes you have to think how in the hell of hell it is possible to solve. There are books and journals about some matters of chess, and how to play the game when you have the situation as you have. And some moves are also about statistics about how different people have survived earlier by doing different strategies and moves. And this thinking is also about market philosophy and being the best to think and feel, especially being good with the brain and the cognitive psychology that you maybe have learned earlier!

There are several ways to play chess, and the most recognized at the international level are fast chess, blitz chess and long chess. There are some rules that you must follow, and you need to act sensible and intelligent to win at the world level for the best players in chess that you can find on the blue planet. Total players playing chess in the world today are probably 600 000 000! The best players playing chess today in the whole world are: Magnus Carlsen from Norway, Fabiano Caruana from the United States, Ding Liren from China, Ian Nepomniachtchi from Russia, Levon Aronian from Armenia, Alexander Grischuk from Russia, Anish Giri from the Netherlands, Wesley So from the United States, Shakhriyar Mamedyarov from Azerbaijan, Teimour Radjabov from Azerbaijan, Sergey Karjakin from Russia, Viswanathan Anand from India and Hikaru Nakamura from the United States, and we find many other clever and admired players at different age levels from many countries in the world, and they have knowledges and talents for participating in and in playing chess. Magnus Carlsen from Norway means that Gerry Kasparov is the best chess player through all times, and many agree with him in that standpoint!


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Sverre Larsen

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I use to do tournaments as a kid, I love chess. So wow, I love it and you just helped me get back up to dat, 😄 : 600 000 000 players!!! I should get back into it, seems to have gain in popularity