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Both Twister and chess require training skill luck and practice Twister and chess are very different games yet they have many similarities The rules for these games are very different Twister is commonly played by younger people and Chess is often looked at as an older person gameThe rules for twister are fairly simple You need at least three people to play unlike Chess where you need three people One person person is called the spinner and they spin the dial to tell people where to place varies body parts on the board These body parts vary from hands to feet The people on the board then do that command that spinner said until one person falls That person is then eliminated from the game The last person to fall is declared the winnerIn the game of Chess two people compete against each other There are 16 Chess pieces per player These pieces consist of one king one queen two rooks two bishops two knights and eight pawns One of the players is referred to as the white and they control all the white pieces The other player is referred to as the black and they control all the black pieces on the bored The game is over when one player eliminates the other persons king the person who loses their king is declared the looser and the other player is declared the winnerThese games are both very competitive Both games have competitions although Chess competitions are better known MeiMeis mother finds her daughters Chess wins very special The winnings at a Chess tournament are far greater than those of a twister competition Twister competitions are often used for fund raisers Mei Meis mother was showing off her daughter to everyone and her winnings to everyone this made MeiMei upset These games have vary many similarities and differences
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