According to the organisers of the SportAccord World Mind Games event, which is currently taking place in Beijing, there are five so called ‘Mind Games’. These five games, which all involve high cialis levels of strategy are Draughts, Go, Xiangqi, Bridge, and, of course, Chess. The aim of this event is to bring together players of the five Mind Games, in order to encourage discussion and partnership between the top players of how to get accutane online each game. Many chess propecia online players also take an interest, to various extents, in at least one of the other four Mind Games, and so this unique event in Beijing is likely to be of interest to many chess fans.
The SportAccord World Mind Games began on December 12th, and are set to finish on December 19th, providing a week of exciting chess. Many projects, integrated with the main event, are also in place to attempt to encourage the participation of young people in these games. For instance, a series of school visits by chess players connected with the Mind Games event has been conducted to engage the interest of the potential chess Grandmasters of the future in schools cost of cialis in Beijing.
One of the real highlights of the SportAccord Mind Games this year is the appearance of Yifan Hou. Hou was once the top female chess player in the world, and, despite losing her title to Anna Ushenina this year, remains a formidable force. Eighteen year old Hou remains the top-rated girl in the world, and is also the third-rated woman, a remarkable achievement. Hou tends to open strongly but quite conservatively in her games, favouring the Sicilian opening above all the other potential moves. However, and almost inevitably, she steadily pins her opponent down, gaining ground whilst yielding none. Who knows, perhaps she may retain her title in the Women’s Chess Championship 2013?