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Go is the oldest board game

The Royal game of Chess. Origonally the game of kings...

Draughts is an elimination game on a board of 100 squares

Xianqi

Bridge is a game of communication between a pair of players

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World Bridge Federation World Chess Federation World Draughts Federation International Go Federation International Xiangqi Federation






Uniting five federations of the traditional mind sports : Chess, Bridge, Draughts, Go and Xiangqi with over 400 National Associations and close to 500 million players.

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2016 Games Announcement
The World Mind Sport Games, held in Beijing in 2008 and Lille in 2012, may have to be postponed to 2017. The Games were originally planned for later in 2016, but efforts are now under way to seek organisers for 2017...

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