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As a child

August 14, 2020 |

Alan Millhone writes: 

We all played Checkers on those awful red and black boards , so most consider a child's game as you simply move the pieces with reckless abandon. 

Chess looked daunting with the different pieces moving in different directions. 

Thus the difference in perception as to both games perceived levels of difficulty. 

Victor Niederhoffer  writes: 

binay  numbers  like checkers moving forward and backwards 1 square can creae a computer or all electronic logic circuits. that's the way computers  do  comutation.   leads to extremely complicated situations.  the  lessons from binary  moves are more important than contrived moved of chess on an old fashioned war games board. . all good checker players can lay 8 games blindfolded simulatneiosu like pillsbury. etc


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