Learn how to play chess at all levels; Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Here is everything you need to know to get started with the game of chess.
Chess is a big part of my life. It’s a game that I have dedicated my free time to playing and improving at. And it’s also a game that has taught me so much. It has built and strengthened my foundational knowledge of basic philosophy, the sciences, mathematics, and psychology.
And just like in each chess match, every aspect of life offers multiple choices; certain moves will result in different directions, but all of them are worth taking!
I’ve learned a lot of lessons from chess, but these are my top five:
Chess players are a rare breed. We live by rules of logic and strategy, intending to overtake our opponent to achieve victory.
It’s a solo sport that tests our courage and ability to make decisions under pressure. Yet there is no one path to becoming an effective chess player.
Some of us are born with natural talent, but most players—myself included—improve their game through hard work and dedication.