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|The Transporter: Chess Rules|
|Written by Swriter|
|Friday, 16 December 2011 20:07|
Here is the continuation of the chess humor series.
Many of you like to play chess, some of you also like to watch movies during the 'free of chess' time. How does an action movie like The Transporter can be used to interpret the Game of Kings?
At first, it seems like these two things are completely unrelated, but our guest blogger Swriter thinks differently. And not only thinks, but he was kind enough to share his ideas with
Rule #1: "Never change the deal"
The deal’s the deal. When you make a plan in the chess game, try to follow it as hard as you can. Of course, everybody knows, Rules are made to be broken. But before you will go for that, remember, Complications often arise when one broke rules! You should have really serious reasons to move aside from the book opening. First, check for more traditional book opening moves. This is why, Never change the deal. Unless you are really forced to do that!
Rule #2: "No names"
You should not be intimidated by a name or a high title of your may be famous opponent. Whoever is your opponent, he is also a partner for taking his part in a beautiful (sometimes wild) chess game you're both about to enjoy. Chess goes first! So, No names rule!
Rule #3: "Never look in the package"
Play always to win, no disturbing thoughts of the cross-table score standings during the game. Those thoughts will come later, after the game is finished. But during the game, Never look in the package rule!
Follow these three The Transporter Chess Rules and you will always have fun in chess!!!
|Last Updated on Sunday, 18 December 2011 16:16|