Chess: A Game of Limitless Possibilities


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In a chess game after three moves by each player, there are over nine million possible configurations for the chess board.

Claude Shannon (1916-2001), an American mathematician, calculated the total possible configurations for a chess board at roughly ten tredecillion (1, followed by 43 zeroes).

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