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Chess: Booking a problem, strategizing in the middle, solving at the end
For those confused with the title, there are 3 parts of a chess game: the opening (referenced from the word "booking" / book moves), the middle game, and the endgame.
Chess is a very interesting board game on its own. With the uniqueness of how the game's fundamentals work, strategies are always a part of the game. These go for every part of a chess game. Choosing an opening to use, learning how to handle endgames, and so on.
For this, I'd like to propose a site for the board game we all love and hate.
Here is the summary for the site:
All questions would have something to do with chess and has to be completely all about chess. You'll see which questions regarding chess are allowed later on.
As of now, there are no bonus categories for the site.
Here's the info for our site, or what'd be called a community:
Our community for chess players of all levels, chess enthusiasts, and those who study the fundamentals of chess.
Here is the scope of the site:
- Questions about learning theory, how to play parts of the game, and evaluating games are allowed.
- Questions about chess puzzles are allowed.
- Questions about chess evaluation bots (like Stockfish and AlphaZero) are allowed.
- Questions like "how to play against [insert entity/bot here]" aren't allowed.
This scope still needs expanding.
Can we get a site for the chess players? A simple name like "Chess Codidact" and a link of
chess.codidact.com will do.