The Art of War In Chess : Chapter 1 - Introduction

The Art of War In Chess : Chapter 1 - Introduction

TheNew444four444
TheNew444four444
Jul 12, 2010, 9:50 PM |
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One of the greatest strategy books ever is Sun Tzu's "The Art of War". Many businessmen, real estate agents, and modern army leaders have read and re-read this great book in order to understand it and to change it to fit their own needs. So when I was approached by my friend Reyth with the idea to make a system based on the book, I quickly jumped on board.

We have both read "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu many times so that we have an understanding of the concepts in the book. After talking a while through chess.com we decided on a layout based on the five constant factors (which can be found in chapter 1, phrase 4), a chapter for each, and also a single chapter for the five dangerous faults (which can be found in chapter 8, phrase 12).

Sun Tzu states that if you adhere to these 5 factors better than your opponent you will always win.

This project is new and still under construction, so our ideas will evolve and it may take a while to get all these chapters finished and posted. So all we ask is to be patient while we work this all out.

If you have any questions for us feel free to leave a comment or you can message either me, TheNew444four444, or Reyth.

Thank you for reading,

-TheNew444four444 and Reyth