# The epsilon-delta game and the chess

@article{Kovacs2017TheEG, title={The epsilon-delta game and the chess}, author={Z. Kov'acs}, journal={arXiv: History and Overview}, year={2017} }

The limit of a sequence by the definition with $\varepsilon$ is introduced by the notion of checkmate in two moves. The idea is also extended to define the limit of a function with $\varepsilon$ and $\delta$.

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