The Distortion of the Front Line Worker

I have always found the game of chess to be fascinating. Not only because of the strategy involved in mastering the game, nor the tales of legends like Bobby Fischer and other grandmasters. No, it is the metaphorical angle that chess seems to hold in life and in war. We’ve all heard the line before that something being planned is “like a game of chess”. Life is chess, war is chess, politics is chess, and of course…

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Omar Zahran

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Freelance technology and lifestyle writer. Lover of all things with a screen. Newsletter: hexagon.substack.com

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