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This is a nice two player chess board game created by some guy in the Netherlands. It follows the rules of classic chess. Play a game of chess against a friend or yourself to help improve your skills. White always starts first. Have Fun!
Do you think it is fun to play chess, and do you also enjoy to play a free online flash game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our Flash Chess game online right now. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to interact in this fun free game.
Outside the elite - among professional players who are struggling to make a living, or among the hordes of middle-aged blokes trying to get to grips with this stressful, frustrating, exhausting game - there is far less attention paid to health. Chess clubs often meet in pubs and many players like a pint; the number of huge stomachs on show at any chess tournament is staggering. The game - and I realise this is a wild generalisation, but one based on more than a grain of truth - tends to attract dysfunctional men with peculiar home lives. You can bet their diet will not be balanced; many will be living on bacon and eggs and beer. This is not a recipe for a long, healthy life. The great Soviet players of the postwar period had the most ridiculous lifestyle: they more or less lived on vodka, cigarettes and chess, and many of them died young. Take Leonid Stein as an example. A three-times champion of the USSR in the 1960s, he dropped dead of a heart attack in 1973 at the age of just 38. Mikhail Tal, world champion in the early 1960s, was dogged by ill health during his career, and died at the age of 55 - a desperate loss to the sport. Vladimir Bagirov, who was world senior champion in 1998, was 63 when he dropped dead at the board while playing in Finland in 2000.