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What chess can give you

Playing chess regularly can bring you much good concerning brain cognitive functioning like improving concentration, developing imagination, creativity, strategy elaboration to achieve a goal in order to avoid having a limited vision, a method you can transpose into real life to always take the time to think before acting. Therefore play chess without moderation! We suggest you play a few games against this Shredder computer and thereafter go to a chess club regularly or take lessons to progress.

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The 10 benefits of playing chess

1 - Chess promotes good brain health

The game of chess stimulates the growth of dendrites, these bodies that send signals to neural cells in the brain. With more dendrites, neural communication in the brain improves and becomes faster. Interaction and activities with other people also stimulate the growth of dendrites. Regularly playing chess with family, friends or in a club is therefore an ideal experience.

2 - Chess helps to understand the consequences of our actions

All over the world, chess tournaments are booming. And if there is one concept that our game teaches, it is that each of our actions can have a consequence, good or bad. Thinking about your move and playing it on the chessboard is a very rewarding feeling. Playing too fast and making hasty decisions, on the contrary, can be frustrating.

3 - Chess helps to gain self-confidence

Chess is very personal. You choose yourself to work on your game, take part in competitions, take the time to analyze your defeats and identify your weaknesses. It is through this work that we develop a new self-confidence. Even when stagnating, this work helps build the player's resilience and confidence over the long term.

4 - Chess teaches you to win and lose, a lesson in life

Obviously everyone prefers to win, but it is just as important to learn how to lose. Sometimes we teach a lesson, sometimes we receive it. More importantly, it is by learning from your losses that you become a better player. As in life, you must always get back in the saddle after a fall from your horse and come back stronger and wiser. Chess also teaches an important trait: being a good winner.

5 - Chess helps to concentrate wellconcentrer

As US world chess champion Bobby Fischer once said, “Chess requires total concentration. You can play like a grandmaster for thirty moves and lose the game on the thirty-first because of an elemental blunder. This type of concentration is useful in everyday life, at school, at work, in the face of pressure.

6 - Chess has the power to bring people together

Over 1,500 years old, chess is one of the oldest games in history. Over time, it has evolved and spread around the world, where we now play everywhere with the same rules. This trip allowed him to reach people of all cultures, all ages and all social backgrounds, united by a common passion.

7 - Chess is an excellent educational tool

School programs are very popular for good reasons. Chess is an inexpensive activity that children can experience in their schools. Young people of all ages, backgrounds and origins can find a club that suits them.

8 - Chess develops creativity

A game of chess says a lot about the personality of those who play it. A shy person will often play more reserved, while a more outgoing person will focus on attacking. The great thing is that the opposite is also possible, and that there is room in chess for all styles and personalities. At your level, thanks to your moves, your plans and your combinations, show all your creativity on the chessboard!

9 - Chess helps develop analytical skills

In each game, a player is faced with problems to solve and challenges to overcome. Failures help to anticipate, not to rush and to weigh the pros and cons of each decision. Like in everyday life, where you try to make the best possible decisions to achieve positive results.

10 - Chess teaches you to deal with pressure

It is during an intense game of chess, in which you give your all, that you learn to stay calm despite the pressure. Making the critical, time-limited decision to ensure victory requires complete concentration and deep calm, which allows your brain to function at its peak. All our life, we are faced with deadlines, difficult challenges, the jitters of interviews ... As in a game of chess, you have to know how to remain confident and calm despite the pressure to achieve your best..

Children's chess notebooks

With this charming book, children will delight in learning the basic moves of chess - the most popular and challenging strategy game of all. All the rules of chess are clearly explained, step by step, assuming no prior knowledge. The lessons are reinforced by the inventive tales that George is told by his pet alligator Kirsty, self-proclaimed Grand Alligator of chess.


Chess is recognized in many countries as a useful tool for developing creative thinking in children. Although chess can be regarded as a rather complex and mysterious game, the rules themselves are straightforward. It doesn't take long to learn how the pieces move, and even children as young as five can enjoy exciting games. They will also thoroughly enjoy outwitting friends and relatives!


Murray Chandler gained the chess Grandmaster title by winning events in New York and Amsterdam. During 28 years as a professional player, he has taken part in over 150 international tournaments, in 32 different countries. His previous books include the best-selling How to Beat Your Dad at Chess and Chess Tactics for Kids.


Dr Helen Milligan is a World Chess Federation woman master, and a former British Ladies Champion. She has represented Scotland in ten Chess Olympiads, and New Zealand in two.



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