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Chess: The Game of Humiliating Both Friends and Strangers Darren Griffin

Chess: The Game of Humiliating Both Friends and Strangers

Darren Griffin

Published January 6th 2014
ISBN : 9781494923112
Paperback
42 pages
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 About the Book 

Oh look, another Chess book. Ive spent most of my life playing this game and several things have become apparent to me. We learn how the pieces move but overlook their personality. For instance the Mighty King upon whom the entire game dependsMoreOh look, another Chess book. Ive spent most of my life playing this game and several things have become apparent to me. We learn how the pieces move but overlook their personality. For instance the Mighty King upon whom the entire game depends usually hangs out in a corner with his buddies and sends his wife to do all the dirty work. She seems glad to do it and it may be that she is one of the reasons the King heads for the corner at the first opportunity, perhaps shouting a quick Yes Dear as he dodges behind the Rook. In this book you will learn the basics, the theory and most importantly the characters who bring it all to life.