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良心之光 2018-3-10 07:27 PM

@史上名人與 國際象棋 的關係

首先想談的,是愛因斯坦:【轉載:[url]http://hesomagazine.com/featured/chess-vs-hitler-vs-einstein/[/url]】
Albert Einstein, who revolutionized modern physics, had a lifelong love/hate relationship with chess, taking to it as a child, abandoning it for much of his life but eventually coming back to it in his later years.
2. Despite Einstein’s reluctance to partake in chess throughout much of his mid-life he maintained friendship with Emanuel Lasker【國際象棋其中一個世界冠軍】.
3. Einstein  chided Lasker for wasting his time writing a superficial book on chess.
4.Einstein stayed away from the game for a number of years and occasionally made critical remarks such as the following, which he wrote in the forward to a biography on Lasker: [b][size=5][color=Red]“Chess holds its master in its own bonds, shackling the mind and brain so that the inner freedom of the very strongest must suffer[/color][/size][/b].”
5. His reluctance to play seems to have come, not from a dislike but from a deep love of the game. Like an alcoholic might keep wine at arm’s length, Einstein recognized chess’ potentially inescapable power over him and refrained from “suffering” it during his most productive work years.

我的評論:
A。 以上紅字,是一個物理天才對象棋的評論。
B。證明象棋是很有挑戰性的遊戲。
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希望網友撥多一些時間研究下棋!

良心之光 2018-3-15 04:04 PM

這是一個對國際象棋很有影響力的人:
 Emanuel Lasker, world champion for from 1894-1921.
2.He inspired future players and helped foster a new attitude toward chess that would be adopted by intellectuals
3.Subsequently, another world champion, Alexander Alekhine, stated, “The very idea of chess as an art form would be unthinkable without Emanuel Lasker.”
參考:http://hesomagazine.com/featured/chess-vs-hitler-vs-einstein/

良心之光 2018-3-16 10:21 PM

 Hitler playing chess with Lenin 【希特勒 與 列寧】

【轉載】https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturenews/6130672/Pictured-Hitler-playing-chess-with-Lenin.html

良心之光 2018-3-17 09:54 PM

Carlsen's exceptional memory,: able to recall the areas, population numbers, flags and capitals of all the countries in the world by the age of five. Later, Carlsen had memorised the areas, population numbers, coat-of-arms and administrative centres of "virtually all" Norwegian municipalities.。

良心之光 2018-3-20 05:44 PM

[There are few actual records of Hitler’s relationship to chess but he is reported to have played it often in his youthful “coffee house” days. It was also certainly valued among the elite in the Nazi party. German-sponsored chess tournaments were commonly held; Joseph Goebbels, the German Minister of Propaganda, ordered German chess masters to visit hospitals and barracks to play exhibition chess matches; and some secret codes radioed through war-time Germany were thought to be in the form of chess notations. Many of the traits that chess was thought to idealize were also ones that often described the prevailing Jewish stereotype in 19th-century Europe: logical, imaginative and possessing a good memory. Paradoxically, people like this including Einstein and Lasker (both Jews) were driven out of Germany. The Nazis valued intellectualism while chasing away intellectuals. They acted on two opposing beliefs. This logical schizophrenia is actually an integral part of chess. Any chess game can be viewed as one player alternating between harming and helping himself. The German chess term “Zugzwang” is a situation in chess where one is forced to harm the self. This mental and competitive trickery seemed to both sour and lure Albert Einstein toward the game throughout his life.

【轉載:[url]http://hesomagazine.com/featured/chess-vs-hitler-vs-einstein/[/url] 】

良心之光 2018-3-23 10:45 PM

[Napolean and chess:
Napoleon was a persistent but a very weak player. Three games        purporting to be played by him are in existence. One of these (a        Scotch Game) said to have been played in St Helena between        Napoleon and Bertrand, and first printed in Capt. Kennedy’s [i]Reminiscences          in the Life of Aug. Fitzsnob[/i] ([i]Waifs and Strays[/i],        1862), is certainly fictitious. The second game, said to have        been played with Mme von Rémusat, 29 March 1804, and a third        game ([i]I.L.N.[/i], 1844, 352), played against the Automaton in        Vienna, are also of very doubtful authenticity.’

【轉載 [url]http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/extra/napoleon.html[/url]】
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