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**Chess**is a two-player board game believed to have been played in India as early as the sixth century AD. In different parts of this world, different

**chess**games are played. ...

The term "math" is the usual term for "mathematics" used in the United States. In contrast, the term "maths" is used in the United Kingdom.

A variation of

**chess**involving a change in the form of the board, the rules of play, or the pieces used. For example, the normal rules of**chess**can be used but with a ...An official chessboard is an 8×8 board containing squares alternating in color between olive green and buff (where "buff" is a color variously defined as a moderate orange ...

An Asian version of

**chess**, sometimes also called Chinese**Chess**, that is currently played extensively in China, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. The ...A sequence of moves (i.e., a path) on a chessboard by a

**chess**piece in which each square of a chessboard is visited exactly once.Combinatorial game theory is the theory of two-player games of perfect knowledge such as go,

**chess**, or checkers.A method of proof which proceeds by stating a proposition and then showing that it results in a contradiction, thus demonstrating the proposition to be false. In the words of ...

The term "(a,b)-leaper" (sometimes explicitly called a "single-pattern leaper") describes a fairy

**chess**piece such as a knight that may make moves which simultaneously change ...A class of game in which players move alternately and each player is completely informed of previous moves. Finite, zero-sum, two-player games with perfect information ...

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