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History of the Chess Game

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History of the Chess Game

History of the Chess Game The history of the chess game has it origins in the Persian empire and it was here that the chess game was brought into the world. With it beginnings, the game took hold in all parts of the world, including the United States. Today, there are several different versions of the game that has taken the United States by storm and helped to bring a number of different people together with a passion for the game.   In the beginning, the chess originates from the Indian subcontinent. These were used as a form of communication...

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Buying a Chess Set? Read our Guide

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Buying a Chess Set? Read our Guide

Chess sets can be expensive, and it can be difficult to choose which one is the best style? With some tips on what to look for in a chess set, you can ensure that you buy the best one for your needs. Chess sets are available in a variety of styles. When shopping for one, you want to determine what you are looking for. Here are some tips on what to look for in a chess set. The top quality should be one of your main concerns. There are many different types of sets that are available in the market....

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How to Make a Chess Set - 4 Tips to Get You Started

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How to Make a Chess Set - 4 Tips to Get You Started

How to Make a Chess Set - 4 Tips to Get You Started When it comes to how to make a chess set, a person must take time to consider all the choices that are available to them. Not only do you have the options of wood work, but you can also add elegance to your game with a wide variety of pieces. The more elaborate the chess set is the more sophisticated it is going to be. When a person wants to know how to make a chess set, they should make sure that they keep these factors in...

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A Successful Day of Chess at White Rose Juniors Academy

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A Successful Day of Chess at White Rose Juniors Academy

White Rose Junior Chess Academy organised a very successful chess day at Wakefield Junior School in Mulberry Hall. 34 girls attended from all over Yorkshire, and teaching was led by Lateefah Messam-Sparks, who came from Madrid where she now lives. Helpers were Olivia Westmoreland and Steve Westmoreland from Upperthong; and Noel Stewart, Peter Cloudsdale, Bradley and Mike Triffitt from York. Unfortunately, the local MP did not appear, although invited … Lateefah opened proceedings by demonstrating a famous game on the display board played by Judith Polgar against Berkes using the French Defence. The girls were split into 2 sections and...

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