King to rook, rabbi to bishop
Chess grandmaster Boris Gelfand has made the game hot in the Holy Land, but another expert says Jews have long loved the game.
Chess grandmaster Boris Gelfand may have lost the 2012 World Chess Championship in a sudden-death tiebreaker, but according to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, he has scored a major victory for the status of chess in the Holy Land.
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