The Immortal Game

Or How 32 Carved Pieces on a Board Illuminated Our Understanding of War, Art, Science, and the Human Brain

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Ben Franklin used the game as a cover for secret diplomacy.In his wide-ranging and ever-fascinating examination of chess, David Shenk gleefully unearths the hidden history of a game that seems so simple yet contains infinity.
Michael Rogero
Ha scritto il 03/03/08

It was interesting enough to rekindle a long smoldering love of the game. Recommended for those curious on why chess is so well loved.


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