While playing chess, a kid counts up many variations and chooses the best ones. Thanks to the skill of analyzing and planning, a kid will be trained to reach his goals in terms of study, hobbies or future career.
Why you should study chess?
Chess teaches to analyze
Chess is great for training memory and developing concentration. It includes not only memorizing the variants and schemes, but also practical applications.
As all the other kinds of sport, chess demands from a player to be self-disciplined, motivated and assumes competition. Of course, everybody likes to win, but it’s equally important to be able to accept defeats. The ability to win is a very important character trait that, with the help of chess, can be acquired.
The game of chess assumes that a kid will develop some of his/her time to this calm pastime. But a kid won’t be bored playing face-to-face with a tutor. Otherwise, during the individual training, it will be easier for a kid to concentrate on learning something new and deal with the challenges without distraction.
Chess is mind-training
Chess teaches to compete in healthy environment
Chess develops patience and concentration
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Revision and studying of all the pieces and game rules.
Studying of the typical mate delivery (line mate, king and rook, queen and rook, knight and bishop, two-bishops mate).
Mate delivery problem solving.
Learning the basis of chess opening, midgame and endgame.
The principal tactics (pin, deflection, interference, blocking, etc).
Problem solving according to the examined topics.
Strategy and tactic basis (king-and-pawn endgame, center structure, kingside attack, king’s protection, zugzwang)