Chess For Children
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Chess Prodigies and Mini-Grandmasters By Frederic Friedel Child prodigies are a well-known phenomenon in chess, which is one of the few sports or intellectual activities where children can compete with adults on equal ground (another is computer games). The great Capablanca learned the game at four, and was one of the strongest players in Cuba in his early teens. Samuel Reshevsky also started at four and was giving simultaneous exhibitions at six. Four-year-old Capablanca playing against his father, soon after learning the moves in 1892
Play Online Chess Online chess can be a great way to get into competitive chess play. Online chess is often free and easy and its a great way to get better at the game. You can learn strategy and tactics while playing online chess in friendly games and also in tournaments. Like any game, online chess takes a lot of time and dedication but the rewards are endless.