Why to play chess?
1. Chess develops logical thinking.
Chess requires you to think things through inch by inch, namely in a logical form.
2. Chess encourages creative thinking.
You will need to think “out of the box” to make fantastic moves to bring your army to victory. The creative side of your brain will be stimulated, and you will be play better over time.
3. Chess improves your memory
You have to use your past experiences to play in better way, and even keep in mind how to play against your rivals. As you aim to win your rivals, your memory will be better.
4. Chess can raise your IQ
At least one scientific research has shown that moving those knights and rooks around can in fact raise a person's intelligence quotient.
5. Chess improves mathematical skills.
You don't have to be a genius to understand it. Chess include almost an infinite number of calculations and positions, everything from calculating the quantity of attacking pieces and defenders in the event of a simple exchange to calculating lengthy different possibilities of moves. And you use your brain to calculate it, not some device.
6. Chess improves concentration.
Be more concentrated, as you keep in mind your moves and your opponent's.
7. Chess inspires self-motivation.
Chess encourages the search of the better move, the better plan, and the most magnificent continuation out of the infinite moves and positions. Chess encourages the eternal aim towards development, always trying to ignite the flame of victory. So, chess prevents anxiety and depression.
8. Chess helps prevent Alzheimer's
Because the brain works as a muscle, it wants exercise like any bicep or quad to be healthy and ward off trauma.
9. Chess teaches independence.
You need to make important solutions, that affected only by your own judgment.
10. CHESS IS FUN!