>>11699398>since the proposition was that someone with a higher ACT score could become good faster, not that they were better in every single circunstance.
Maybe what will keep Chess interesting in the future is such disparities and testing them between humans.
I think a large theme of what these race and IQ threads touch upon, and really that should now include class, among other factors (the future is Now). How should a large mass of people deal with a life of feeling like they were, in fact, born without the talents they are *encouraged* to be envious of in others?
First, I think, would be instilling pic related in the general populace. Second, would be what is occurring, ever greater niche creation in culture, knowledge, and ability to mold your education to what you, personally, WANT to be good at. Because if someone wants to be good at physics, he really may not have time to be GooD at Chess. But it may make it interesting for him to play a casual game with someone of lower ability, but who specialized in the game, because that lower ability discourages him from pursuing something such as theoretical physics.