Tuesday, 20 October 2009
Chess is a game of strategy and logic. It improves critical thinking, logic and reasoning skills; it also improves ability of abstract thinking. So we can say chess can also improve mathematical skills. It also refines ones ability to critically examine a situation, cause and effect. And using more rational thinking in examining life has its benefits that will last beyond a game of chess. Chess teaches attack and defense, but also it teaches counter-attack. It teaches the balance between time, material, and position. This game can help to develop ability to solve everyday problems, it can also help to become more patient. After all, this is a game that relies on the mind's ability to find solutions to problems.
Uttered by ssthormess at 20:20