How to Play Chess for Children: A Beginner's Guide for Kids To Learn the Chess Pieces, Board, Rules, & Strategy
How to Play Chess for Beginners – for Kids of All Ages!
When you read How to Play Chess for Children, you’ll discover a wonderful world of challenge and adventure! This easy-to-follow guide provides a complete overview of the game of chess. It’s a perfect introduction to the game.
Kids can enjoy every step of learning chess:
Discovering the timeless 8x8 chessboard
Learning the unique movements of the individual chess pieces
Mastering the art and timing of the popular “castling” move
Understanding the ins and outs of pawn moves, attacks, and advancement
and so much more!
With How to Play Chess for Children, little ones can easily develop their long-term thinking skills. They’ll learn how to start out smart and strong by learning the best chess openings. Then, they’ll adopt savvy and flexible strategies for the chess midgame. Kids can finish strong by mastering the endgame, in which weak pieces can become very strong, and complete their game with decisive checkmates!
This book even describes techniques for avoiding a draw (tie) game when kids are winning a game – and trying for a draw when their opponent has the upper hand. This practical strategy teaches maturity, adaptation, and smart success for children of all ages!
Don’t miss this opportunity to get kids involved in this classic and inspiring game.
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attack the king attack your opponent’s BACK ROW MATE black knight board looks bottom left square bottom right square called check capture a piece capture the king CASTLE AND PAWN Chapter CHESS GAMES CHESS PIECES chessboard color corner the king D-2 forward dark square eight squares going enemy pawn Exchange pieces force a checkmate fork game of chess GAMES ARE DRAWN isn’t jump over pieces jump your knight keep your king LEARNING TO CASTLE light rooks MID-GAME STRATEGIES middle game mobile move any number move your pawn Move your rook number of squares once you’re opponent opponent’s king opponent’s side pawn is pinned pawn is worth PAWN MOVES pawn on E-4 pawns are lined pieces have somewhere play chess player player’s own pieces promote your pawn remaining open spot special move square a light sure your king There’s trace a line valuable piece weak squares white queen you’ve