Chess – The Game of Kings – is the game that can offer many advantages over and above simply learning the moves. Chess is well known to enhance academic results, strategic thinking, problem solving, healthy competition and self-esteem if taught in a structured manner. We at Positive Chess want to help you grow and hope to be a part of your learning experience!
Ideas to help your child discover the joy of chess
Ideas to help your child discover the joy of chess We all know that teaching chess to little kids can be very tricky. People who tried teaching their six or seven year olds will know how the experience can either be a cherishable memory or a slow torture you somehow … Continue reading Ideas to help your child discover the joy of chess
10 Benefits of Playing Chess with Your Kids
Looking for a good reason to send your child to a Chess Summer Camp? Check out this article from snotty-noses.com. Benefits of Playing Chess with Your Kids 1. Chess helps you Concentrate It’s a reasonably long and involved game. My kids love it so much, they get so involved. You can … Continue reading 10 Benefits of Playing Chess with Your Kids
3 Ways Playing Chess Can Help You Read People
The way people playchess gives us insights into their personality. Chess is one of the oldest games in history. Played by everyone from ancient kings to today’s online players, the game is enjoyed by millions. Countries like Russia have always viewed chess as a way to show intelligence, while others … Continue reading 3 Ways Playing Chess Can Help You Read People
Carlsen, Giri Battle Racism With Game Where Black Moves 1st
Top grandmasters Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Anish Giri of the Netherlands today joined forces in a video posted on Carlsen’s Twitter account as part of a United Nations campaign against racism. For once, they broke the rule in chess that White begins. It all started on Tuesday evening with a slightly mysterious tweet … Continue reading Carlsen, Giri Battle Racism With Game Where Black Moves 1st
8-year-old homeless Nigerian refugee crowned chess champion in New York
An 8-year-old Nigerian refugee was just crowned a chess champion in New York’s statewide competition. Tanitoluwa Adewumi, who lives in a Manhattan homeless shelter with his family, won the kindergartener through third grade category in New York’s chess championship last weekend with an undefeated performance, according to New York Times columnist … Continue reading 8-year-old homeless Nigerian refugee crowned chess champion in New York
Just wanted to tell you that I´m extremely happy with Nick as a coach. I feel that in my 2 lessons with Nick I have learned more than I learned from my previous coach’s 5 lessons. Thank you very much.
Thank you so much for all your help with Matt. We did not expect him to win a trophy at the Queen City Classic Chess tournament but he did! Amazing job Ramdake and Steve, you guys are wonderful.
Amazing lesson, really enjoyed it. Nick is a godsend, he is such a great guy and such an awesome teacher. I can’t wait for my next lesson! That guy is a genius; he’s teaching style is perfect.