Unlike other games, in which lucre is the end and aim, chess recommends itself to the wise by the fact that its mimic battles are fought not for prize but for honor. It is eminently and emphatically, a philosopher's game.
A game fought by kings and queens, ever struggling to triumph over one another. Chess holds its master in its own bonds, shackling the mind and brain so that the inner freedom of the strongest must suffer.
Since the dawn of eras, Chess has forged a deep connection between humanity and its fertile intellect. It has the proficiency to spurt wisdom's blossom, and strengthen its roots into our vast mind.
Men of the golden interval plays this profound game, for it serves as a blueprint of strategic planning during the birth and advents of war.
Now? It is your turn to see what men have saw, what men have felt towards this game. Dive deep, and realize how realistic chess can be. Unexpected events are about to unfold.
Set up the board, prepare the battalion, make a move, and start the gambit. The destiny of which you belong to, falls under your command.