Selenus chess set in bone

Selenus chess set in bone

Selenus chess set in boneThe 'Selenus' style is named after a book published in Leipzig in 1616 by one Gustavus Selenus, where tiny sketches of similar pieces with the 'crowns' are used in the diagrams.  http://schach-und-kultur.com/img/Konig-Spiel/Konig-Spiel-2.jpg

Chess Quotes

"A discussion between the top management of the firm Audi and grandmasters Darga, Schmid and Pfleger dealt with the similarities and differences between chess-oriented thinking and the thinking processes required in business, and in particular whether one can benefit from the other. The question arose as to how a chess master actually discovers his moves. Dr. Pfleger was of the opinion that in the last analysis nobody fully knows the reasoning by which he arrives at a certain move.
— PFLEGER and TREPPNER, Chess: the mechanics of the mind