內容簡介 Chess is a fantastic game that requires aptitude and focus. The objective of the game is to checkmate, or capture, the opposing player's king. Checkmates happen when the opposing king is "frozen" in the center of the board, which is defined as a square that the king cannot move to during the game. The game of chess has many benefits, for older but also younger people.It is an excellent way to maintain your alertness since, during a chess game, several parameters are to be considered. The player is also brought to cultivate many qualities such as patience, memorization, logic, concentration, and serenity. Chess is an excellent occupation to cultivate the joy of living among seniors and to increase their self-esteem. Since chess trains your brain and memory, it can help prevent Alzheimer's disease. This game makes it possible to bring in common sense and consistency to identify the chain of certain facts or events and improves reasoning abilities. It is also an excellent teaching tool for children with ADHD. Compared to other board games, chess requires more out-of-the-box thinking and forces players to think several moves ahead. Scientific studies have shown many other benefits of this game.This book covers: - The board and the players- Chess pieces- Check and checkmate- Basic strategies- Basic openings- Tactics that give you more advantage...And much more So what are you waiting for?