Advance Chess: The Longitudinal Star Gate 14
(S. G. 14) Model. Edition 1.
“Are we on the same page? Are we there yet?”
Reminiscing through the quiet contemplations in the corners of my mind, like the gentle meandering streams of viscous channel flow, with its ever so fluid twists, turns and churns, along the seemingly endless river banks, where the streams erode the land, I cannot help but find my true self, in an endless barrage of possibilities and problematic probabilities, yet, while enjoying those inspirational moments in time while contemplating my next move, I cannot help but sigh, at the momentous capacity of knowing the seemingly endless, in-fathomable depths of my learning capacities. The game in question, yet, as you may surmise, without doubt, is not the conventional game of classical Chess, but rather, the beginnings of an exponential conglomerate of the space-age game of 3-Dimensional Chess, where the contenders are more likely to be closely human resembling programmable Robots or Androids that have human-like response, action-reaction behavioral inter-phases. It is without doubt, in order to be ahead of the curve of Advance Chess engagements, purchasing this book and the Board Game Model, which incidentally sells separately due to logistics problems of distribution, storage, marketing and advertising, as well as the supplemental Compact Disc (C.D.), does ignite an oasis of pragmatic knowledge gravitating towards and promoting upwards an individual’s Advance Chess playing Skills. It is at this juncture, in reference to the connecting issues of Advance 3-D Chess and artificial Robotic Intelligence, I pose the following questions to you, the Reader, “Are we there yet?” and “How long does it take?”