Chess, Anyone?

I haven't played much in a long time. No matter, I'm still pretty bad at it. 

I read recently about the benefits of chess for Military Veterans. There is positive evidence that chess can help veterans with PSTD and TBI. Other treatments may be enhanced or improved when patients study and play chess. Another possible benefit is protection against the development of dementia...I may be playing catch up with a few of these.

Hey, the picture? Yeah, one of the rules of chess and setting up the board, is that the board is oriented with a white square in the lower right-hand corner. That's pretty simple, eh? As shown in the picture, it's like playing the opposing player's position and swapping first move advantage.

I bought this recently in a local store in Burnsville. Distributed by Brybelly Holdings Inc. and manufactured in China. This one got past Quality Control.

 

 

The beauty of chess

Lies beyond science and art

In hearts of players.

 

Peace, Y'all!

da6d

 

 

 

 

 

1 comment

  • Joyce Ching
    Joyce Ching South Carolina
    When I was a kid, I really made an effort to learn this. But I guess, there are just things that are not meant for us no matter how much we try to have it. Instead, my mom encouraged me to focus on giving [url=https://www.bestessays-uk.org/case-study]case study writing services uk[/url] because that's the right thing I could learn that time. Chess is really for intelligent and critical people. It was not really for me.

    When I was a kid, I really made an effort to learn this. But I guess, there are just things that are not meant for us no matter how much we try to have it. Instead, my mom encouraged me to focus on giving case study writing services uk because that's the right thing I could learn that time. Chess is really for intelligent and critical people. It was not really for me.

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