January 20, 2009

Winning at Chess

My second-grade daughter is a very clever game-player.

She knows enough about Chess that she can play two chess games simultaneously. She is quite good at it - she likes to play one board as White and the other board as Black.

I'm not saying that she can win every game. But if you pit her against two grandmasters simultaneously, I'd bet you that she can beat one of them, or at least play to a draw, every time. Puzzling.

How does she do it?

Posted by David at January 20, 2009 08:24 AM

By acting as a pass-through player.

Posted by: Peter H at January 21, 2009 10:36 PM

Indeed. Bravo!

Posted by: David at January 22, 2009 03:16 PM
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