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  • The Nakamura Brothers

    Asuka Nakamura was born on February 4, 1986 in Hirakata City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.  His mother is Carolyn Nakamura Weeramantry, a classically trained musician and former public school teacher. Hikaru Nakamura (pronounced Heh-CAR-uh NAH-ku... | Read More


    • Playing Smart: The Benefits of Chess for Kids

      Playing chess . . . Improves concentration and memory. According to studies done at the University of Memphis, playing chess significantly improves children’s visual memory, attention span, and spatial-reasoning ability. Perhaps that’s becau... | Read More

      • PRINCESTER
      • | Aug 7, 2014
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    • I Lost Because I "Didn't See" His Combination

      One of the reasons I hear quite often on why someone lost a game is they "Didn't see" something: the bishop that took their queen or the combination their opponent played on them, or the combination they missed that would have won. But there are ... | Read More

      • danheisman
      • | Sep 1, 2013
      • | 3516 views
      • | 9 comments
    • Am more shocked than ever and how difficult OTB is

      I went to another OTB tournament this past weekend.  I'm not going to go discuss my performance. It was fun and I enjoyed playing, but I'm partially demoralized from the experience.  The gap between OTB and Turn-based play is gigantic.  I haven... | Read More

      • inmaniac
      • | Sep 19, 2011
      • | 1076 views
      • | 4 comments
    • How To Inspire Your Child To Enjoy Chess

      Much has been written about the benefits of the game of chess for all age levels but chess is especially beneficial for children.  Even Benjamin Franklin had praise for the game, inspiring him to write his Morals of Chess book.Beginning around ag... | Read More

    • Chess for Kids

      I look after a regular Junior Chess section at our local club.  Some recent ideas we have used to make it more fun. esp for the younger kids are: 1.    Group games, where the kids are split into 2 groups (one playing white and ... | Read More

      • chessknot
      • | Nov 29, 2007
      • | 2331 views
      • | 6 comments