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No Stress Chess Board Game

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  • 2 Sided Chess Board
  • 16-Piece Chess (Black)
  • 16-Piece Chess (Ivory)
  • 56 Action Cards
  • Black Plastic Tray
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Fun way to learn chess, has great reviews.
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Basically, instead of any strategy, you draw from a pile of cards that describes what piece you can move, and how it moves. There is a bit of strategy involved, but having your move basically be random, makes "the long game" irrelevant.

DD and I play this (she's 8), and she actually asks to play. Really, the function of this is to get players used to what each piece does/how it can move/when it can move.
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Don't stress! It basically teaches you
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We've had this for a few months and my 6 yr old daughter loves it. Probably the most requested game on game nights.
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Ordered this 9 days ago for about 30 cents less but can't comment on it yet because we haven't played it yet. Can't wait to teach my son chess. Gave you thumbs up for good price on what should be a cool way to teach the kids chess.
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Ordered this 9 days ago for about 30 cents less but can't comment on it yet because we haven't played it yet. Can't wait to teach my son chess. Gave you thumbs up for good price on what should be a cool way to teach the kids chess.
Thanks, also looking forward to teaching the kids how to play chess.. until they can start beating me.
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What makes this no stress?
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What makes this no stress?

Basically, instead of any strategy, you draw from a pile of cards that describes what piece you can move, and how it moves. There is a bit of strategy involved, but having your move basically be random, makes "the long game" irrelevant.

DD and I play this (she's 8), and she actually asks to play. Really, the function of this is to get players used to what each piece does/how it can move/when it can move.
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Basically, instead of any strategy, you draw from a pile of cards that describes what piece you can move, and how it moves. There is a bit of strategy involved, but having your move basically be random, makes "the long game" irrelevant.

DD and I play this (she's 8), and she actually asks to play. Really, the function of this is to get players used to what each piece does/how it can move/when it can move.
That is such a cool and simple way to learn. Thanks for the explanation.
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Good deal, but don't know how to play chess.
Don't stress! It basically teaches you
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Good deal, but don't know how to play chess.
Then this is perfect for you.
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Basically, instead of any strategy, you draw from a pile of cards that describes what piece you can move, and how it moves. There is a bit of strategy involved, but having your move basically be random, makes "the long game" irrelevant.

DD and I play this (she's 8), and she actually asks to play. Really, the function of this is to get players used to what each piece does/how it can move/when it can move.
Great summary. Might order for my 5yo daughter. Even checkers is over the top for her as far as strategy goes, so teaching her the moves for when she's ready later will be a nice transition into chess.
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We've had this for a few months and my 6 yr old daughter loves it. Probably the most requested game on game nights.
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Bought this for my son.....he has known how to play for several years, so this was very boring and immediately returned.

Good if for someone who doesnt know how to play, as described by all the other comments.
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Bought this for my son.....he has known how to play for several years, so this was very boring and immediately returned.

Good if for someone who doesnt know how to play, as described by all the other comments.
Can't you still play chess with it, without the cards?
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This is a great game. I used this to teach my daughter chess.
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