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Here's a chessboxing music video from New Zealand female singer Reb Fountain.
Also make sure to check out the Chessboxing channel on YouTube, where you can find the latest chessboxing videos, including championship matches. Here's the link:
I'm thinking they should create a chessboxing game for the Wii. Mental and physical exercise all in one. I'm just saying.
One Asian variant of chessboxing is xiangqi-kungfu. Wow, these guys have a big fight right on the xiangqi river. Take a look:
Oooo...I like the big xiangqi board in "The Mystery of Chess Boxing" video.
By the way, the 1993 Wu-Tang Clan video "The Mystery of Chess Boxin" was supposedly inspired by this movie.
It looks like they recreated the "Immortal" Anderssen vs. Kieseritzky 1851 game for the chessboxing video. The first hint is that is begins as a King's Gambit. Then there is the long capture ...Qxb2 on move 17. The mate is given by the white bishop on e7, with the characteristic white knight on g7...
Good eye ! I hadn't noticed that.
It looks like they recreated the "Immortal" Anderssen vs. Kieseritzky 1851 game for the chessboxing video. The first hint is that it begins as a King's Gambit. Then there is the long capture ...Qxb2 on move 17. The mate is given by the white bishop on e7, with the characteristic white knight on g7...
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