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Fancy a game of chess? (2006-07-13)
How about teaching your grandchildren to play chess. It is a great way to encourage analytical thinking.
Iíve found a few online sites that offer chess. They can help develop your grandchildrenís skills when youíre not able to play with them. One of the best Iíve found is FlashChess.
Just click to start playing. The game history window shows you the moves that have been made. If you donít have time to finish, just click Save. You can come back and finish later.
FlashChess may not be the most visually appealing game. But that doesnít bother me too much. The purpose of chess is to challenge you mentally, not to wow you with graphics.
Youíll need the free Flash player. If you donít have it, youíll be prompted to download it.
You will find the website at www.media-division.com/flashgames/flashchess/chess.htm
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