The technological adaptation of the chess world

There was a time when the minds of chess masters were arguably the most complex thinking machines in the world. Technology has changed that and now computers have reshaped the game.

For his precocity, newly crowned World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen was named “The Mozart of chess”. For his tenacity and comfort with long games he was dubbed “The Nadal of chess”. More prosaically, the BBC called him “The Justin Bieber of chess”.

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