I can’t even beat a 10 year old and I hardly ever beat the computer at easy mode and I’ve been playing for 7 years now. I don’t really care that I lose but it gets really annoying.
Chess ... it's like playing tennis against the wall, I'll never be better than the wall. I'll never beat the AI on high but lower levels is different.
Who moved this q to "newborns"? (I moved it back) ... grow up. See, if I was YA, I'd suspend that account.
The way I would teach a kid, or an adult to play chess, is that I would get out a board and the pieces, and tell them about each one and what it can or can't do, then, once they seemed to grasp that, I would have them watch me play a game,and afterwards I would be willing to answer any questions that they had.
Assuming both had equal training in the game.
i used to love that board game
now i just play criminal case on face book, i
They could set up more than one board, and the players rotate from board to board making a move, with different opponents each time.
For example, my favorite board game is Risk, and its win condition is to conquer the world. I like it because it's easy to learn but hard to master.
When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
Depends on the rating system each site is utilizing as it's possible that they're both correct in some way. I have to note the LACK OF TIMING NOTATION WITH THE RATING, as different timing windows are typically rated separately.
Many sites provide ratings typically utilize the ELO system, but it's hard...
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Is jackings a legal word in scrabble?
I unfortunately don't know the game that you're talking about, but here's some of the things in my personal board game collection, in no particular order:
- Dominion - It's a deck builder card game where you "buy" new cards with in-game money and play them to become more powerful. It has a...