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Ever ask yourself what it is about the game that caused you to fall in love with it? What's going on in our brains that makes us enjoy it? I find it fascinating. On the face of it, moving 16 pieces around a 64 squared board doesn't sound like fun, but, perhaps, it's the most enjoyable thing in a chess player's life. There must be a part of the brain that derives pleasure from the process of playing the game. Does anyone have any knowledge or opinions to shed light on the secret mystery of chess?
as a person that plays all day every day i agree with the guy that said chess is like mental masturbation