Chess is known as a noble game – “a game of kings“, and it is no coincidence, as it takes/develops similar skills. How come?
Consider the following facts: in the initial position the player heading the white pieces has 20 possible ways to play, to which his/her opponent can react in an many ways. As the game progresses, the number of possibilities grows, thus for his second move each player will already have about 30 possible moves, which means that after only two moves approximately 360000 different positions can be reached! What can be a better simulation of a real life, that forces us to react to just as many changes, big and small on a daily basis?
In chess, just like in life, you can either aimlessly wonder around, hoping for a miracle, or set yourself a goal, build a plan and strive to accomplish it. The latter is no guarantee of success, but the former is a sure recipe for failure. Chess teaches you to have a goal and overcome the obstacles on your way there.
A person with the facility to win at chess is ready to conquer any complex problem on either a personal or business level. Chess Learning helps to develop thinking skills, enhances mental prowess and directly contributes to academic performance and makes people smarter in a variety of ways, like:
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