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  • n. Alternative spelling of chess boxing.

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Examples

  • Earlier in the day I saw allegedly L.A.'s first chessboxing match.

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  • Obstacle course memorization with a math equation finale; physical and cerebral, like chessboxing and biathlons.

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  • One cannot disagree that chessboxing is a great way of popularising chess; likewise it also brings boxing to a new audience, to appreciate it's primarily about technique rather than brute strength.

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  • Rajko Vujatovic - chessboxing chess arbiter for the night

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  • You know that is the case when you see chessboxing on the front page of a leading sports web site, and as a major story in a number of men's magazines.

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  • The teenager on the left is the UK's best (only?) junior chessboxer, and is our big hope for chessboxing gold at the 2016

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  • Rajko Vujatovic gives his inside account as chess arbiter on the night, whilst Tim Woolgar offers a unique first hand report of his debut chessboxing bout.

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  • I suggest that because the emotions in chessboxing are hugely more powerful than those in chess, so the chance of a "neural hijacking" is far more likely!!

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  • The big budget German chessboxing shows are brilliant and professionally organised, but I was pleasantly surprised that the London event had something else … a rawness that only comes with a smaller venue.

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  • The Philidor Defence is a good choice for chessboxing.

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