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Lecture by Amador González

Lecture by Amador González de la Nava: From Salamanca 1497 to the present: Five centuries of modern chess. During the 15th century chess rules underwent a remarkable transformation which led to the present-day game. These […]

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Lecture by Patricia Bureba

Lecture by Patricia Bureba Jato: Chess: an educational, social and therapeutic resource. Our everyday life is more and more demanding, we rush every action and have key responsibilities since an early age. However, it is […]

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Lecture by Enrique Sánchez

Lecture by Enrique Sánchez: Computer chess -How do chess engines think? From The Chess Player (an automaton) by Torres Quevedo to AlphaZero, chess has always been the Drosophila of the Artificial Intelligence (AI). Throughout history […]

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Lecture by Sabrina Vega and Nicola Lococo

Lecture by Sabrina Vega and Nicola Lococo: Women in the chess world: a mixed-sex sport which promotes gender equality. Sabrina Vega, current Spanish Chess Champion and Nicola Lococo, author of the book Las reinas del […]

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Lecture by Eduardo Scala

Lecture by Eduardo Scala: Notes on Castilla y León and the history of the millenarian game. Arévalo, chess global city. Chess, Alpha-Omega, Temple for every religion with a millenarian history, has deep roots in Castilla […]

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Lecture by Rafael Matas

Lecture by Rafael Matas Sánchez: Chess as a resource for mathematics teaching. Rafael Matas, Head of the Department of Mathematics of Sagasta School in Logroño, is also in charge of the training section of the […]