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The game trains you to focus on what your opponent is thinking and planning—a discipline that is useful on the chessboard and in the boardroom.

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"It’s a discipline that you practice," says the Jamaican-born grandmaster, "and you can’t help but develop your mental powers."

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The top African-American chess player defied the conventional wisdom that you need to learn the game in preschool to become a grandmaster.

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Players from Brooklyn want "to rip your heart out, cook it, and eat it later."