The Immortal Game

A History of Chess, or How 32 Carved Pieces on a Board Illuminated Our Understanding of War, Art, Science and the Human Brain

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Why has one game, alone among the thousands of games invented and played throughout human history, not only survived but thrived within every culture it has touched? What is it about its thirty-two figurative pieces, moving about its sixty-four black ...Continua
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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