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We’re going to have some fun today!
There’s a new website that aims to popularize chess. It shares some of the coolest chess content I’ve ever seen. Check it out – you are going to love it!
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Friends of mine have created a new website aiming to popularize chess. It’s an important step forward that every fan should be interested in and am happy to support this new project.
Chess has its own large community. However, the majority of people out there are unfamiliar with chess and would consider it something boring or difficult.
BUT we can popularize chess, showing others that modern chess is fun and cool!
And it’s not as difficult as some people think 🙂
Yep, sometimes you gotta be serious and learn a lesson or two.
But the results will be overwhelmingly positive. Chess helps you improve lots of mind skills, such as planning, decision making, and creativity …
By the way, it seems to be common for chess players to love water …
Magnus Carlsen in the pool after winning the World Championship title
Everyone will find his/her proper place in the chess world, whatever it may be.
I’ve shared a small piece of the great content the “ChessBee” team has prepared for you. If you like it, check out much more on their website: