chess

Who invented chess: a brief and clear history of its origins

The game of chess has existed for a thousand and a half years. It is played in every corner of the globe, so there are several variants of the game.

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How chess affects the human brain: 5 reasons to love the game

In many schools, chess has become a compulsory subject for junior high school students. But why do we need such innovations? Does chess really make a child smarter and have a positive effect on his grades?

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7 reasons to say “thank you” to Arabs

Although we’ll never forgive them for algebra.

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Interesting facts about Mendeleev

Where would we be now if it were not for the brilliant mind of Dmitri Mendeleev? This man was not only a brilliant chemist, he was versatile in many fields

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Interesting Facts about Ancient Egypt

The mighty civilization of Ancient Egypt for several millennia was one of the most developed regions of the world, and when ancient barbarians in Europe were still living in isolated villages, on the banks of the Nile prospered a vast kingdom

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Interesting facts about the chess clock

Until the middle of the 19th century, the duration of a chess game was not limited. This caused a lot of inconvenience

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Interesting facts about Che Guevara

Barely the most famous revolutionary in the world, Che Guevara left an indelible mark on history. He always fought for his ideals, and only death could stop him, although the intelligence services of different countries have long tried to eliminate him

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Interesting facts about “blind” chess

Many experienced chess players with an excellent memory can play chess “blind”. During the game, they do not look at the board, remembering all the moves, both their own and the opponent

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Senet-the oldest board game in the world

People have been playing board games for thousands of years. Among the ancient cultures there are a huge number of board games: some passed through time and maintain popularity to this day, while others ceased to exist along

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