Wood Expressions, Inc. is pleased to announce the debut of the Bobby Fischer® Learn to Play Chess. Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess or help a child learn this game? This chess set provides instructions on how to learn the game from an expert point of view. Learn to Play Chess is a learning set for the beginner and will also help equalize the game if one chess player is significantly better than the other. Learn to Play Chess displays how many spaces each piece can move and in which direction while playing the game.
Chess is one of the world’s most popular and beloved games with over 600 million players worldwide. It is played in chess clubs, homes, schools, online, via mail, email, and in tournaments. The theory and composition of chess reflects both art and science. Playing the game is also known to increase brain power and teaches vitally important skills such as: Critical Thinking, Math Development, Concentration, and Socialization.
American-born prodigy and chess writer Bobby Fischer is considered by many to be the greatest chess player of all time. By the time he was 15 years old, Fischer became the youngest grandmaster up to that time and the youngest World Championship candidate. He became the eleventh World Chess Champion when he won the match in 1972 against USSR’s Boris Spassky which was publicized as a Cold War confrontation. This event attracted more interest across the world than any other chess championship in history. The next time you play chess, know that you belong to a beloved tradition extending through many generations and embracing many nations.
• Perfect teaching set for beginners and novices
• Chess pieces are marked with arrows to teach the player what direction the chess pieces can move
• Chess Equalizer Dice are included for a player who is significantly more experienced playing chess
• Pieces are sized correctly for hands of all sizes to grasp
• 15” Chess Board, 3.75” King
• For two players
• 6 years + Up
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