1. Play Chess! Challenge a friend or adult to a game. If you don’t know how to play, check out the link below! And if you don’t have anyone to play with — there are plenty of free Chess apps available to play against the computer at every skill level
2. Are you more of a chart person who wants to study strategy? Here are some diagrams and a quick reference guide for how the pieces move.
3. Want to practice playing Chess? Check out these chess puzzles to keep your game sharp!
Did you know Chess is the most popular board game of ALL TIME, worldwide? But who invested chess? Why do the pieces have such funny/interesting names? And what does it take to become a Grand Master at chess?
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