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将棋とチェス

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将棋とチェス



昨日は小春日和の良い天気だったのに、今日のシアトルはまた冬の空模様に逆戻り。午後からは常時雨がぱらついていました。

息子とは、チェスの格闘。

このところ私の8連敗が続いていたのですが、今日の対戦で一矢報いることができました。それでも1勝2敗が本日の対戦成績。

将棋では圧勝できるのに、どうしてチェスでは負けてしまうんだろう? 世界七不思議の1つです。
チェスでは佳馬、飛車、角などの将棋の駒と同様の動きをする駒があり、ルールもいたって簡単で、盤上のマス目数少ない。

そこで将棋で勝てるんだからチェスでも楽勝だろうと考えていたのですが、どうもそのようにはならないのです。

不思議でなりません。



It was a nice little spring day yesterday, but today Seattle is back to winter weather. It was constantly raining in the afternoon.

My son and I were playing chess.

I had lost eight games in a row recently, but today's game gave me one winning. Even so, my record today was one win and two losses.

Why is it that I can dominate in Shogi, but lose in chess?  It must be one of the seven wonders of the world.

In chess, there are pieces that move just like Shogi pieces, such as horses, flying cars, and horns, and the rules are quite simple, with only a few squares on the board.

I thought that if I could win in Shogi, I should be able to win easily in chess.

But it doesn't seem to work that way. I can't help wondering.

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