Hang Clothes, Not Pieces.

“I like the moment when I break a man’s ego”
― Bobby Fischer

“Chess helps you to concentrate, improve your logic. It teaches you to play by the rules and take responsibility for your actions, how to problem solve in an uncertain environment.”
-Garry Kasparov

“What I admired most about him was his ability to make what was in fact so difficult look easy to us. I try to emulate him.” — Magnus Carlsen re Bobby Fischer

Wear Your Moves!

The Openings Collection

Chess is Life.

Playing chess can offer numerous health benefits to individuals of all ages. Here are some of the most important ones:

Improves brain function: Chess is a game that requires a significant amount of mental effort and concentration, which can help improve brain function. It can enhance problem-solving skills, spatial awareness, and memory.

Reduces stress: Playing chess can be a relaxing activity that can help reduce stress and anxiety. The concentration and focus required to play the game can help distract the mind from stressful thoughts.

Increases creativity: Chess is a game that encourages creativity and can help individuals develop their imaginative and strategic thinking skills.

Improves social skills: Playing chess can be a social activity that can help individuals improve their communication skills, build friendships, and develop teamwork skills.

Enhances academic performance: Chess has been shown to improve academic performance in children, particularly in subjects such as math and science.

Helps prevent Alzheimer’s: Studies have shown that regularly playing chess can help prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia by stimulating the brain and improving cognitive function.

Overall, playing chess is a great way to keep the mind sharp, reduce stress, and improve overall health and well-being.