January 30, 2014
September 15, 2012
Chess is a very prevalent game in the board game community. </p>
It's a mental game where mind gymnastics are required to trick your opponent. There is an abounding amount of books dedicated to chess, complex strategies and delicate approaches. That's why the best chess players in the world are regarded as geniuses. As technology evolves we have developed computer AI that can beat the most veteran players out there, that learn from your mistakes and analyze the way you play, so they can counter your moves.
Chess also has annual competitions, the World Chess Championship. It began in 1886. There is usually a world champion, for you to become one you need to defeat the current world champion. Usually around these kinds of competitions there is always betting involved. So you can bet on someone if you'd like. If you're into chess than you might be into some online casino games. By using our recommendations, you can play online poker which is another physiological game, blackjack games, slots games etc. When you are in the mood for playing games of luck with no special skills required, then online bingo would be your perfect choice. Choose your lucky variant, and hope for big winnings. We do offer casino bonuses to new members.
July 3, 2012
For our family, last weekend was a perfect opportunity to employ the reliable speech of chess without danger of going astray, in...Oostende!
Probably it would have taken us some time to reach this Flemish city if it wouldn't have been the universal language of chess. Even if Erwin was busy for a couple of hours with his simul, the reason for our city break, it doesn't mean we didn't enjoy every single bit of it! And you can see for yourself the upside of playing chess further on:
June 13, 2012
As for our family, it could have been better, it could have been worse. But we did enjoy the whole experience! While we are now waiting for our bus to come and bring us back to Romania, I decided to choose some pictures for you, to make a general impression on the tournament we just had.
May 28, 2012
May 25, 2012
Such an experience I had recently, regarding the popularity of chess terms in daily speaking. My position was that chess is by far more frequently used in metaphoric expressions than other sports for example. But because this was more of a hunch than an organized thought, I couldn't convince my interlocutor.
So here it is: