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OUR REVIEW OF

Bobby Fischer Learn To Play Chess

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Learn to play chess on the specially designed chess set, a nod to Bobby Fischer who was the great American Chess Grandmaster!

 

Fun:

Skill Development:

Ease of Use:

Age: 6+

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Description

This complete chess set is uniquely designed to teach you how to set up the pieces and how each piece may be moved during the game. Refer to it often: the guidelines printed on the game will reinforce the basics as you make your moves. Chess is simple to learn and challenging to master. While enjoying the game of chess you are also learning vitally important skills such as: Critical Thinking
 • Math Development • Concentration 
• Socialization

EASY TO USE: This complete chess set is uniquely designed to teach you how to set up the pieces and how each piece may be moved during the game. Refer to it often: the guidelines printed on the game will reinforce the basics as you make your moves.
FOLDING BOARD: Quarter-fold cardboard chess board – shows exactly how to place your pieces when setting up a new game of chess. Board measures 15.75 inches with 1.75 inch squares. The retail box size is 10.5 x 8.5 x 2.38
DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS: Includes detailed instruction manual on how to play chess and includes the history of chess.
CLASSIC CHESSMEN: Staunton style chessmen are black and white plastic.
BENEFITS OF CHESS: Chess is simple to learn and challenging to master. While enjoying the game of chess you are also learning vitally important skills such as critical thinking, math development, concentration and socialization.

What our testers said

“This is chess! My ‘NoNo’ is going to teach me chess. Can we start
now?” – Boy aged 7.

“Can we play one more quick game please? I really like this.” – Boy aged 9.

What our expert think

Children fell in love with this Bobby Fischer Learn To Play Chess! They became very interested to learn how to play or hone their chess skills with their parents. Children were very motivated to win and “capture” their opponents’ pieces. Children needed an introduction from adults to set up the game, along with some assistance reading the instruction booklet.

This chess game is great for logic and problem-solving, as well as building vocabulary. It is also excellent for children to learn how to follow instructions as well as concentrate.

Skills developed

– Supports logic and problem-solving skills

– Helps with vocabulary

– Encourages concentration and attention