How Chess Has Changed Over The Last 150 Years

Chess is one of those games I know how to play but have no desire to play. As noted in this article, the rise of the machine has made human play almost an afterthought.

I like computers but I prefer to tell them what to do. Computers excel at trillions of calculations and quick logical comparisons. They do not sweat nor do they forget or fatigue.  They will always win the every – possible – move grind.

Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon

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1 Response to How Chess Has Changed Over The Last 150 Years

  1. andreart2013 says:

    I learned to play chess in college, about 50 years ago. I thought I would like playing it, but didn’t. Neither I nor the people I played with knew enough for it to be competitive. Our style was very ad hoc and accidental.

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