Why I think none of the leaders will win the Candidates! Enjoy! https://t.co/NUyphMpYhQ
— GM Noel Studer (@NoelStuder) April 17, 2021
If you missed it, Uncle Yermo's article and game analysis here of ALL 28 GAMES from the first half of the #FIDECandidates was something special… I'm starting to get PUMPED to wake up at 3:30AM 🤪daily for this historic event…https://t.co/ZrZdqrePn3
— Daniel Rensch (@DanielRensch) April 17, 2021
American chess meteors | TheArticle https://t.co/5Y8RnlcRQs
— Nola Chess Club (@NolaChessClub) April 17, 2021
The Estrada Theatre, Moscow, 13th June 1969. The 22nd game of the World Championship match between Tigran Petrosian (left) & Boris Spassky (both – USSR). Arbiter Alberic O'Kelly (Belgium) is seated at the table behind.
(Photo credit: V. Tutov, ITAR-TASS.) #chess @sovietvisuals pic.twitter.com/IgYJXIslah
— Douglas Griffin (@dgriffinchess) March 15, 2019
Hands-free chess has real-world applications
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Beyond the excitement of controlling a computer with your mind, the researchers recognize a variety of potential applications. For instance, BCI games aid in cognitive training and help motor-impaired people express themselves.
— オセロジャパン (@othellojapan) April 17, 2021