chess master

  1. a chess player of great skill
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How To Use chess master In A Sentence

  • Last July I likened Mr Obama to a chess master playing several games simultaneously.
  • That Turturro can be convincing both as a Russian chess master and a Mississippi hayseed is a testament to his versatility as a performer.
  • All the young chess masters have been coached by titled players and most began regular instruction of one or two hours per week soon after learning the game.
  • In fact I have heard that good chess masters now study computer games and learn new strategies from those inanimate models.
  • The world chess organization FIDE awards the title Grandmaster to exceptionally qualified chess masters. Pourkashiyan Awarded GM Title
  • If you wish to be a chess master, at least a basic understanding of most openings is called for.
  • For example, chess masters remember chess positions with an accuracy and rapidity far exceeding that of novices, but only when the positions correspond to plausible game positions.
  • In 1894 French psychologist Alfred Binet, the co-inventor of the first intelligence test, asked chess masters to describe how they played such games.
  • Did the old chess masters know something the modern champions don't?
  • Cain retained his confident smile, like chess master watching his opponent move closer and closer to their own checkmate.
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