In Chess, A Stalemate Isn’t a Win. Why?

White King down. A Chess game. | Photo Credit: Ivan Radic

Chess

Chess is a fun game, and I was taught how to play it when I was a kid. My father taught me how to play. I wished I played it more, but I lived in an age of video games such as Mega Man for Nintendo, Sonic for the Sega Genesis, and Tekken for Playstation. This amazing thinking man’s game had no chance in the 1990s.

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Johnny Silvercloud on life, photography and principle. Johnny is a 20 year Army retiree who took up photography halfway through his military career. Life, love and universe through his lens, one shot at a time.

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Johnny Silvercloud

Johnny Silvercloud

The analytical street photographer who exists to fight against racism, sexism, and fascism. U.S. Army vet. Writer. Speaker. Twitter: @johnnysilverclo

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