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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

Links to the results pages for the 1st IMSA Elite Mind Games

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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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