Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Winning Moves No Stress Chess Holiday Gift Guide 2019

No Stress Chess from Winning Moves for ages 7 and up and 2 players, the playing time is 20-50 minutes. Finally, a way to learn to play Chess the world’s greatest game quickly, excitingly and without stress! An innovative deck of action cards. Each card depicts a chess piece and how it moves. You move only this piece on your turn. This eliminates the need to memorize all the chess pieces and their moves in advance. After a few turns, you’ll instinctively know how to move and capture with you knights, bishops, rooks, pawns, king, and queen!

The gameboard is two-sided. The first side shows where to place your pieces to start the game; the second side is a standard chessboard. Once you become comfortable with the moves and powers of each chess piece, flip the board over, put the deck aside and play chess unaided! There are also two variations using cards that even experienced chess players will find exciting. A perfect change of pace from the “serious” game.
My Opinion: I never knew how to play chess so this was nice for me to learn about the pieces and what moves to make.

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  1. No Stress Chess is a chess game that beginners of any age can immediately start playing. It is a fast way to learn how to play chess for kids. Adults with no experience of the game can also quickly learn to play chess with this game. No Stress Chess really does take all the stress out of learning the game and teaching it to children. There is a book by Makism Aksanov, with chess puzzles for kids (net-boss org/chess-puzzles-for-kids-by-maksim-aksanov). If you liked Story Time and its approach to chess and want more, check this book.

    1. Yes! Makism Aksanov's book is great and the coloring pages at the end of each chapter do the job. One and olny book for me. This is exactly what I was looking for for my son