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How to set Chessity as a web app
Chessity on Sep 21, 2016   2243   0
Chessity's mobile website is great for use on smartphones. By pinning the Chessity website to your home screen, you can quickly access it, thus creating a web app. Chess...
Scaffolding Learning in Chess and Life
by carlthomen on Sep 14, 2016   5293   2
“Learning is experience,” said Albert Einstein, the greatest genius of our time, “everything else is just information.” I couldn’t help thi...
Chessity’s plans for the next six months
Chessity on Jul 22, 2016   1127   0
Working as an entirely virtual team, Chessity staff members don’t often get together. In fact, the last face-to-face team meeting took place three years ago. A lot...
Inspiration throught chess-themed movies
by Katerina on Jul 10, 2016   2958   4
Every once in a while chess audience has the opportunity to enjoy a big budget chess-themed movie that includes well-written scripts and popular cast. What a gift! Also, ...
TIP #1: When it's NOT good to follow your instinct
by Katerina on Jun 28, 2016   1071   3
Instinct is a great natural ability that allows players to have certain feelings about their chess positions without making any concrete calculations. A player may feel t...
5 Jobs Pawns Are Awesome At
by Katerina on May 23, 2016   1485   2
Ever wonder how pawns feel in a chess game? They are small, common, and unable to move backwards. The term special is hardly the proper description, not at least in the g...
A Chessity stronghold in Brazil
by JacquelineW on Apr 17, 2016   4132   9
In Brazil, chess teacher Davy d’Israel has created a real Chessity stronghold and dreams about a national chess program in schools. “Chess can teach children ...
Can you play like the Women's World Champion?
by Katerina on Apr 9, 2016   1592   15
It has been slightly over a month since the top female chess players fought for the 2016 Women’s World Champion crown in the Ukrainian city of Lvov. The championship ma...
How come children have an easier time learning chess...
by arunjchess on Mar 10, 2016   3089   4
We've all been there; Face to face with a ten-year-old armed with her giggles and ponytails, being mercilessly beaten, with our pieces butchered and King dragged out in t...
Kinderen vinden deze film geweldig, een must see!...
by Janiro on Feb 21, 2016   2043   1
 Kinderen vinden deze film geweldig, een must see! 220DHc0Ii2I     "Lang Leve de Koningin" is een Nederlandse kinderfilm uit 1995 van Esmé Lamme...
Looking Back: The Great Wijk aan Zee
by Katerina on Feb 20, 2016   1772   0
Who doesn’t know about the Orange Color Country and its annual tournament? Although, there are tournaments that grab our attention and tournaments that we barely notice...
Chess connects and unites!
by Janiro on Feb 14, 2016   839   0
Chess connects and unites! Chess has its stereotypes. For too many people, the image of chess is that of two elderly white men sitting in a dark corner of a cafe, withdr...
"Schaak maar raak!" Magazine 01 (Dutch)
by logtck on Feb 3, 2016   811   6
nbsmr01groot-3b13abc6.jpg Vandaag is het eerste "Schaak maar raak" Magazine verschenen en het kan geheel gratis worden gedownload vanaf de website van "Schaak maar raak!...
Chessity workshops for kids at Tata Steel Chess
by Janiro on Jan 29, 2016   1291   1
    The Tata Steel tournament in Wijk aan Zee is one of the world’s biggest and most prestigious chess tournaments in the world. Nicknamed ‘the ...
"the Dream multiplier" (Video)
by Janiro on Jan 23, 2016   850   0
  A chess documentary, made by Kees Hoogeveen and Johan Wakkie, was launched today at Tata Steel Chess On Tour in NEMO Science Centre Amsterdam. Curious about th...
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