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Playing Chess Makes You Smarter

Updated: Sep 25, 2021


Chess is to the mind what food is to the body. Chess is not only a mere indoor board game but has earned one of the biggest accolades in sports.

Chess feeds and develops the psychological and emotional intelligence of a person. Due to its immense positive influence on children, it is now being recognized by various schools and universities in their various grades. Chess literacy, besides academic learning, helps in bringing about mental agility and is considered to have a great impact on children in the age group of 3-13.


Chess helps in brain development and brings about a healthy coordination between the right and left brain. It helps a person to think logically and rationally. Besides this, it also improves memory and concentration.

Chess has a positive influence on cognitive, planning, and problem-solving skills.

Besides making a child smarter, chess has many positive cognitive health benefits.

This checkered board game has the following benefits and makes the children smarter than their peers.


Chess develops the ability to see from someone else's perspective.


Chess leads to better planning skills.


Though medical supervision is essential, Chess may offer protection against the development of dementia, with regular medical consultation.


Chess can improve the symptoms of ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).


Chess is often referred to as the brain gymnasium and has now gained immense popularity as a favorite pastime and a healthy mind game.






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Sep 25, 2021

It's a great place for chess education , ALL TEACHERS ARE VERY HELPFUL. DEMO AND PAID BOTH CLASSES ARE AWESOME 👌

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