Imagine an infinitely-large chess board with an infinite number of pieces. Pupils learn about infinite chess and how it is a determined game, in that there is always a winning strategy. The video first applies Zermelo's Theorem to show that finite chess is a determined game and then moves on to investigate infinite chess.
- Play the marble pile game with the class to analyze strategies
- Have groups research strategies for some of the other games mentioned in the video
- Individuals need to be familiar with ordinal numbers, such as from the video Kill the Mathematical Hydra in the same series
- It is helpful if scholars have a basic understanding of chess pieces
- Provides links in the description to other relevant sites
- Diagram helps with comprehension