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speed chess

American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

speed chess

n
(Chess & Draughts) a form of chess in which each player's game is limited to a total stipulated time, usually half an hour; the first player to exceed the time limit loses
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Translations
ajedrez rápido
pikashakki
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These latter forms have a variety of names, Speed Chess, Blitz Chess, Rapidplay and others, which all share the common feature that the players have very little time to deliberate about their moves.
Max Einstein is attending college at a young age, likes to play speed chess in the park, and creates inventions to help the homeless.
By dominating the tiebreakers, the Norwegian justified his decision to offer a draw in the 12th classical game Monday despite having a superior position refusing to take the risk of going for a win and staking his title on his ability to outplay Caruana in speed chess.
A speed chess tournament in Saudi Arabia began amid a number of controversies Tuesday, starting without a champion who is boycotting and Israeli players who were barred from entry.
The Qatar Chess Association (QCA) has announced that the national team (men and women) could not participate in the Speed Chess Championship to be held in Riyadh from Tuesday (December 26 to December 30.
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A speed chess tournament in Huddersfield almost failed to get going when it was found only two of the special clocKs used to record moves were WORKING properly.
Sports include six-a-side and 11-a-side soccer, sixes in cricket and hockey, rugby sevens, dodgeball, poker, speed chess, darts, rowing and archery.