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Chess Humour From around the Webs, Part I

Stanislav Pavlovič | January 17, 2012 – 15:567 Comments | 1,481 views
Chess Humour From around the Webs, Part I

Many people consider chess players as rather serious, dull personalities. They always see them wearing Kasparov-like frown, thinking about the next two hundred and seven moves. But, as we know, chess players are actually funny. They have their own humour. And, to lighten things up, we are bringing you a small collection of chess humour, scraped on the internet.

 

 

Knight moves.

Starting off with the classics.

 

As the difficulty could put off potentional players, sometimes, chess needs to be simplified.

 

Decisive.

 

 

Please, stay quiet during the game as any excessive noise could ruin players' concentration.

 

And to top it off, my own creation:

Dream your dream, little pawn.

P.S.: If you have or know any funny images regarding chess you would like to see here, post a link into the discussions.


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