Noun(1) weedy annual native to Europe but widely distributed as a weed especially in wheat(2) a board game for two players who move their 16 pieces according to specific rules; the object is to checkmate the opponent's king
(1) This gives it a unique character, more akin to a board game such as chess than to a normal card game.(2) It is not very clear what impact the match and its result will have on chess .(3) His childhood pastimes were playing chess , reading music, and playing the guitar.(4) He loves to play chess , often bringing his board with him on the bus, or staying up all night playing Eduardo.(5) All I got from my father was the ability to play chess and think several moves ahead at all times.(6) This would be more fun if I had the faintest idea how to play chess with any strategy.(7) Imagine that you are sitting on a park bench playing chess with someone you don't know.(8) The origins of chess have been much discussed but remain obscure, since it developed over time.(9) I always considered the ultimate embarrassment in chess to be when you lose your queen to a pawn.(10) His other interests outside mathematics included tennis, golf, chess and bridge.(11) You are good at strategy and probably enjoy games requiring mental skill, such as bridge and chess .(12) The newspaper is particularly useful for those players who want to make progress in chess .(13) Between rounds, he breathes evenly, as though he has spent the past three minutes playing chess .(14) a game of chess(15) I'm having a coffee and tackling a game of chess with my younger brother, Ronan.(16) I love to try to bring chess to larger audiences, and show that it's a fun game.
(1) play chess :: לשחק שחמט
1. cheat ::
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