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When to start playing chess?
You can start learning chess now between 6 and 9 years old.
Contrary to popular belief, learning to play is not particularly difficult. All you need to know is how the individual figures move in sixty-four fields. And do everything to protect the king. Each player has the same chances. The same number of figures and pawns. Everyone can develop their own way of doing things. It takes to do this concentration and ability to anticipate how you can move and what your opponent will do to give him a checkmate as soon as possible.
Chess game is a great way to practice logical and abstract thinking, spatial imagination, decision making and brain development, very susceptible to all kinds of stimulating activity. Chess game teaches patience, determination and discipline, efficient communication, proper assessment of the situation and competition.
Each batch is different
No game is the same. Each batch opens an infinite number of combinations. On the first move the player has twenty possibilities to move the pawn. After the first move, there are four hundred possibilities, and after the second move, twenty thousand. The longer the game lasts, the more and more there are. One mathematician has calculated that one game of chess can be played in more than 10 to 120 power ways.
What does chess play?
- A study in Hong Kong was found to show that students playing chess improved their mathematics and natural sciences scores by 15%.
- At the University of Treves in Germany, chess has been shown to improve concentration, motivation and perception among students.
- A study in New York has shown that chess improves reading performance.
- Chess allows you to learn from your mistakes,
- Research has shown that it strengthens self-esteem.
- Teaches humility and discipline.
Is it worth it then? For sure!