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The game of chess is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most enduring form of board games ever known to mankind. With several variants and rules cutting across continents for decades, this amazing game of wits and pure intellect has shaped many generations, influenced war generals in their formation of real life war tactics, enthralled royalty, inspired arts and romance, and brought fame to many in the past.
Of all table games in the world, chess is the only one that the winner emerges out of the measure of his dexterity and ability at play, and not luck. Blackjack, poker, and many other card and board games rely hugely on luck – which card is drawn, what part of the dice shows up, etc. Not chess! For this game, it’s a matter of how high your intelligent quotient (IQ)can carry you, how much insight you have, and how much skill you possess. It’s a game where true strength of brainpower is tested, where the power of foresight and careful calculation is all that matters...