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“Life is a kind of Chess, with struggle, competition, good and ill events”

Benjamin Franklin

Why Learn to Play Chess

Not so you can major in chess

Not so you can play it all your life

Not so you can relax

Not so you can have more fun

But-so you will be human

So you will recognize beauty

So you will be sensitive

So you will be closer to an Infinite beyond this world

So you will have something to cling to

So you will have more love, more compassion,

More gentleness, more good

In short, more life.

That is why you study chess!!!

but not onl

Learning and playing a game like chess actually stimulates the growth of dendrites, which in turn increases the speed and improves the quality of neural communication throughout your brain. Increased processing power improves the performance of your body's computer, the brain.

Learning to play Chess dramatically improves the ability to think rationally. Play Chess to learn and develop patience and thoughtfulness. Playing Chess helps you to learn and increase cognitive skills. ... Playing Chess helps in making friends more easily because it provides a safe forum for gathering and discussion.

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