Sunday, July 24, 2005

Rowson on Chess

In the TimesOnline, GM Rowson of Scotland had this to say:
Have you noticed, the way that chess is depicted in books and films? It’s always slightly unreal, or otherworldly. Like it’s only ever played by people who are about to commit a murder, or who have lost touch with reality. It’s very odd.
Author of The Seven Deadly Chess Sins and book reviewer for NIC, Rowson gives us insights into chess and his life. The article can be read in full here.

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