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Romantic Chess

Battle simulation, allegory, romantic pursue, and ‘the Immortal Game of 1851’

The soldiers advance, their line uneven but holding. Knights collide in tremendous fashion, forcing the enemy back, while reinforcements sweep quickly across the battlefield, pinning them down. Rallying around their queen, the army moves in unison, ready to strike the killer blow. The enemy king retreats, but…

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