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The Chess Revolution: Understanding the Power of an Ancient Game in the Digital Age

Peter Doggers

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Popular culture, Chess, History of sport

The best chess journalist in the world explores why, after 1,500 years of existence, chess has never been more relevant than now.

Despite being 1,500 years old, chess has never been more relevant than it is today. The Chess Revolution explores chess as a cultural phenomenon from its biggest stars and most dramatic moments to the impact of the internet and AI

Chess, as it turns out, isn't just one of the greatest games ever devised. It has inspired writers, painters and filmmakers, and was a secret mover behind technical revolutions like artificial intelligence that are transforming society. In The Chess Revolution the acclaimed journalist Peter Doggers reveals how computers and the Internet have further strengthened the timeless magic of chess in the digital era, leading to a new peak in popularity and cultural relevance.

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