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It's raining chess certificates in São...
by catamara1 on Jan 2, 2019   124   1
After a year of hard work, students from Colégio Catamarã (São Paulo, Brazil) are awarded Chessity Certificates. Students who are in the same class r...
Chessity diplomas at the Santa Cruz School
by santacruz1 on Jan 1, 2019, updated Jan 2, 2019   78   3
The Santa Cruz School in São Paulo, Brazil, adopted "Chessity" for the chess class. Students  learn Chess with joy and receive diplomas each time they reach a...
Why all Formula 1 drivers should play chess
by JacquelineW on Mar 23, 2017   1917   3
When three-time Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton was asked to name a second favorite sport, the Mercedes driver's answer surprised many: "Do you know that I have...
Why It Is Good To Make Mistakes
by JacquelineW on Nov 2, 2016   1400   0
Doing is learning and making mistakes is part of the process. More than that: mistakes are a good thing! This is a key concept of Chessity: 'productive failure', making m...
4 Must Know Steps to Avoid Blundering in Chess
by Katerina on Oct 29, 2016   5181   3
Blundering is painful It happens to everyone - even the best players in the world. One of the worst feelings in chess is when you make a game changing blunder and you ca...
Don't be selfish, share your pieces!
by lennartm on Oct 17, 2016   599   0
"Don't be selfish, share your pieces? Well here we go!" No, I don’t mean that you should give your pieces away immediately, but you should try and sacrifice once, ...