Juan Miguel LadTagum City,Davao del Norte ,Philippines, Philippines
Aug 7, 2010
Sep 14, 2016
That's what chess is all about. One day you give your opponent a lesson, the next day he gives you one." Chess holds its master in its own bonds, shackling the mind and brain so that the inner freedom of the very strongest must suffer. Many have become chess masters - no one has become the master of chess. For me, chess is at the same time a game, a sport, a science and an art. And perhaps even more than that,. There is someting hard to explain to those who do not know the game well. One must first learn to play it correctly in order to savor its richness. Chess is infinite, and one has to make only one ill-considered move, and one`s opponent`s wildest dreams will become reality Chess may be but a game, a pastime, a relaxation; but Chess has at times absorbed the faculties of the intellectual in every clime; it numbers amongst its amateurs the greatest names of battle-fields and thrones; it tells of warriors, poets, painters, sculptors, statemen and divines; it possesses a literature and language of its own; it makes enemies friends, and finds a temple on the ocean, in the fortress, and by the peaceful fireside.
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