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Find Chess Boring? Maybe You’re Just Playing the Wrong Kind

Find Chess Boring? Maybe You’re Just Playing the Wrong Kind

For many players, the wildest chess variant they will ever try is speed chess. Some amateur-but-serious players actually wear ties to matches, presumably for some good reason. Almost the whole of this crowd would argue that the rules of chess, which have hardly changed at all since about the year 1800, define the only kindRead more about Find Chess Boring? Maybe You’re Just Playing the Wrong Kind[…]

Chess, Logical Reasoning a Good Start for the Younger Generation

Chess, Logical Reasoning a Good Start for the Younger Generation

The world is growing ever more confusing to those who don’t understand the principles on which it runs, and these days there’s usually a computer involved somehow. If you doubt this, just take a look at The Smart Future and their selection of door locks. Or any of their products actually, it looks as ifRead more about Chess, Logical Reasoning a Good Start for the Younger Generation[…]

The Strategy and Psychology of Chess Compared to Other Games

The Strategy and Psychology of Chess Compared to Other Games

Interestingly, the history of sport psychology as an organized discipline dates all the way back to the 1920’s, meaning that both Freud and Jung were still active at the time. What may surprise even more people is that the “psychology” part extends well beyond things like motivation and dealing with anxiety. Even from the beginning,Read more about The Strategy and Psychology of Chess Compared to Other Games[…]

Exploring the Origins of Chess and its Impact on the Learning Process

Exploring the Origins of Chess and its Impact on the Learning Process

While chess may not be among the oldest known competitive games, it does have a long and rich history that spans the globe, establishing it as one of the most impactful activities in history. By looking back at the origins of the game, it is possible to understand its universal appeal as well as itsRead more about Exploring the Origins of Chess and its Impact on the Learning Process[…]

Getting Started at Chess – Advice, Tips, and Strategies for Beginners

Getting Started at Chess – Advice, Tips, and Strategies for Beginners

Anyone who wants to master the game of chess has to have outstanding strategic, problem-solving, and forecasting skills. For beginners, thinking two moves ahead might not come effortlessly at first, but with constant practice and hard work, these traits can be improved. The following are tips on how you can work on your abilities toRead more about Getting Started at Chess – Advice, Tips, and Strategies for Beginners[…]

Playing Chess Proves to be a Valuable Educational Tool in Cognitive Learning

Playing Chess Proves to be a Valuable Educational Tool in Cognitive Learning

Most people think about chess as simple a game. Little more than a hobby best relegated to public parks and recreation centers. However, many studies has shown that playing chess stimulates the brain in unique and amazing ways, especially for children still developing their full cognitive abilities. Our mission to show the world that chessRead more about Playing Chess Proves to be a Valuable Educational Tool in Cognitive Learning[…]

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