
#19
Dec2309, 07:47 AM

P: 378

At what point did IQ become the determining factor in a chess game?
Or better yet, when was IQ ever decided to be a game of competing IQ? 



#20
Dec2309, 09:36 AM

P: 1,057

I think chess and IQ are different dimensions, even though there might be some correlations. But in any case chess is a game that requires skills that not many people can achieve. And whoever thinks otherwise is welcome to prove us wrong, by actually trying to play that game. 



#21
Dec2509, 01:10 AM

P: 422

Just practice won't let your brain decide and and foresee moves in advance. Most grandmasters look at every possibility on both sides up to many many moves in advance. As far as I'm concerned, no amount of practice would allow my brain to see that far ahead.




#22
Dec2509, 12:21 PM

P: 7

are basing on randomness, chess not Chess it is the same what checkers, exactly the same ! 



#23
Dec2509, 12:35 PM

P: 1,057

My advice again: Just go and learn a game of your choice to prove your intelligence. And before you have succeed stop claiming you could do everything if only you wanted. 



#24
Dec2509, 12:59 PM

P: 7





#25
Dec2509, 01:18 PM

P: 341

IQ is not a scientific quantity. Do something useful.



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