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A chess prodigy explains how his mind works

A chess prodigy explains how his mind works | Learning Chess is Fun! | Scoop.it
Inside the amazing mind of Magnus Carlsen, the number one chess player in the world Read more by 60 Minutes Overtime Staff on CBS News' 60 Minutes Overtime.

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I wonder if he spends all his lifetime (from birth up to now) by just learning how to intelligently play chess (as he was known as the number one chess player in the world). Take note, in the whole world. This is the reason why I am starting to love playing chess. If he can, why can't I?

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Best Chess Program & Strategy New York | New York City Chess Inc

Best Chess Program & Strategy New York | New York City Chess Inc | Learning Chess is Fun! | Scoop.it
New York City Chess Inc. provides exciting ways of learning and playing chess which help increase interest for both the young and old. Call us at 1-212-475-8130.
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I never had interest playing with chess before until I started learning it. All I can say is that the game will really help you to enhance your creative strategic thinking. For me, playing the chess game is like solving a puzzle. That's why it is fun and exciting!

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Wisconsin chess player takes first in U.S. Open Chess Championship

Wisconsin chess player takes first in U.S. Open Chess Championship | Learning Chess is Fun! | Scoop.it

When chess grandmaster Joshua Friedel of Brookfield resumes teaching through the Wisconsin Chess Academy this fall, he'll have quite an inspirational story to share about what he did over the summer break.


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I am just starting to learn playing chess. So far I am finding it as a good type of game as it develops both my physical and intellectual skills. But what if I will become an expert player soon? Will I also be a champion in the US Open Chess Championship? Hahaha. Why not, right? Just a thought.

 

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