Best 20 chess cities in the world!

ghost_of_pushwood

oops, I forgot!

autobunny

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forgive us for we know not what we do

DamonevicSmithlov

So uh....... does anyone else refer to The Netherlands as The Nether Region or it just me?

jonnin

over half of those are in police states...  there is more to picking a place to live than whether the peasants are allowed to play chess.  

glamdring27

Linares, Chile has nothing to do with chess, as far as I know.

cony1706

Buenos Aires!

kaspariano
glamdring27 wrote:

Linares, Chile has nothing to do with chess, as far as I know.

 

Sorry, I meant Linares, Spain, but I wrote the wrong one

AlisonHart
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

WilliamJohnB

Don't forget Arlington, VA, USA  as well as any other city in Northern Virginia.  Chess is really big there.

HolographWars

Las Vegas, Philly, and DC are huge areas.

kaspariano

Maybe Baltimore 

autobunny
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
AlisonHart wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

Just go by the studies. India is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, and has a low human development index. 

Those folks are just so underdeveloped.  They desperately need the help of American inmates like you. 

autobunny
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
AlisonHart wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

I know someone that visited India a few years ago. He was disgusted by what he saw.

Sometimes we see in others what we see in ourselves. 

autobunny
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
autobunny wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
AlisonHart wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

Just go by the studies. India is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, and has a low human development index. 

Those folks are just so underdeveloped.  They desperately need the help of American inmates like you. 

 

Of course, some brillant people are going to come out of a dump with over a billion people, but it dosen't change anything.

The dosage definitely matters

autobunny
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
autobunny wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
AlisonHart wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

Just go by the studies. India is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, and has a low human development index. 

Those folks are just so underdeveloped.  They desperately need the help of American inmates. 

 

Those are the only companies in existence? Also, who founded those companies?

Even the renaissance was Indian. 

AlisonHart

Livable enough for George Harrison 

 

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autobunny
AlisonHart wrote:

Livable enough for George Harrison 

Perhaps he was a donkey like me too, as per our resident convict .  I should probably move to India 

autobunny
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
autobunny wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
autobunny wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:
AlisonHart wrote:
PuttingFromTheRough wrote:

Funny you would say the best cities a chess fan would want to live in with India on the list. I don't think there is a city in India that comes close to being livable.

 

It's objectively incorrect to say that the country with the second highest population in the world isn't "livable"

 

Just go by the studies. India is one of the most dangerous countries in the world, and has a low human development index. 

Those folks are just so underdeveloped.  They desperately need the help of American inmates. 

 

Those are the only companies in existence? Also, who founded those companies?

Even the renaissance was Indian. 

 

The renaissance was a period in European history you ass.

A revelation indeed. Also looking at the text markup you had to look it up and cut and paste it here 😂