chess game

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com)-- An innovative and entertaining new twist on a globally popular game, the Alexander The Great Chess Game, has been developed by Biljana Golubova of Downers Grove, Illinois.
As well as the matches, which were hotly contested, there were many light hearted moments during the day including human chess games - where actors, dressed as kings, queens, bishops and knights acted as chess pieces on a giant chessboard, with children from some of the visiting schools directing the moves.
Marzouki, then, kick-started the "A" Tournament and played a blitz Chess game with Imene Miladi, Tunisia's U10 Champion and another with President of the World Chess Federation (FIDE) Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
BEIRUT: The last minute of a chess game is one of fraught silence.
So, with a different cameraman, Justin Turkowski, the chess game resumed.
Imagine 100 young men "being the board" in a life-size chess game where the young men are the King, Bishops and Rooks.
It is the judge's responsibility to stop things going too far but lawyers also have a duty not to behave towards innocent people as if they are pawns in a chess game.
MULTIFACETED One face two face three face more, Chess game bully on the floor, Here's the window, there's the door, Failing falling keeping score.
Shot in black and white, with music but no speech, this fourteen-minute video stages a chess game as an intricate ballet, both comic and dark.
Fischer became a Cold War hero in the US after he defeated Russia's Boris Spassky in a 1972 chess game.
Humpy's letter is filled with sarcasm in which she has compared the tiff to a chess game and said she holds the opening advantage.
She said: "Some people may choose to leave the music business because the chess game that has to be played is not what was signed up for.
It is a long time since I followed a chess game live.
The father, a captured Hungarian prisoner, had to live by his wits in a chess game.
A 14-year-old Pasadena girl was knocked out of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday after she misspelled a French word, gardez, part of "gardez la dame," a phrase used as a warning when a queen is threatened in a chess game.