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Why is chess so hard to play?

Asked by I. Klose, Last updated: May 07, 2021

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E. Austin

E. Austin

E. Austin
E. Austin

Answered Mar 11, 2019

Chess is a two-player board game, which is played on a checkered board and based on strategy. The board itself has sixty four squares arranged in an eight by eight grid. The intention is to "checkmate" the opponent's king by placing it under an inescapable threat of capture.

Chess is a two-player board game, which is played on a checkered board and based on strategy. The
During the game, play typically involves making exchanges of one piece for an opponent’s similar piece but also finding opportunities to trade advantageously. Playing chess takes a fair amount of mental training. The game involves knowledge, which helps to shape perception.

Chess is a two-player board game, which is played on a checkered board and based on strategy. The
Chess masters can rapidly perceive the critical factors of a position. Also, deliberate, and dedicated practice is necessary regarding becoming a better chess player. It takes patience and hard work and being an expert chess player can take years of practice and study. The ability to utilize your skills is the reward.

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