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Is 14 too old to start chess?

Is 14 too old to start chess?

No, chess is an interesting board game that is never late to play. Chess is simple, I have started chess when 14 and I was a little behind at first, but I started to develop. So, no, chess isn’t late to start at 13. Never to late to do anything.

Can I learn chess at 21?

Chess is good to learn at any age. I don’t really believe all that stuff people say that it will make you smarter or improve your logical or strategic thinking or anything like that. The only thing that chess will teach you for sure is chess.

What is the best age to start playing chess for kids?

The optimal results are achieved at 4-5 years old. In this case, growth is exponential in the first few years, as long as the kid likes the game. Any age below 12 will also give huge benefits to chess skills’ early improvement. There is a lot examples in the history, as well as recent examples, that confirm my previous statement.

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What is the best age to introduce a logic activity like chess?

The oldest is 4 and 1/2 years old. Although she is smart (I suppose parents are predisposed to think that way about their kids) 5 or even 6 may be too early to start. What should be the ideal age to introduce a logic stimulating exercise like chess? I learnt chess moves at the age of 9 myself.

How old was reshevesky when he learned chess?

Reshevesky was playing chess at 4 and giving simuls at age 5. Rossolimo learned chess at age 7 from his mother. Diane Savereide learned chess at age 17 from her brother. A few years later she was the top woman chess player in the U.S. Gabriel Schwartzman says he learned chess at the age of 2.

Who are some famous people who learned chess from their parents?

Paul Keres learned at the age of 4, probably from his parents. George Koltanoski learned chess at the age of 14 from his father, a diamond cutter. Bent Larsen learned at age 6, probably from his family. Edward Lasker learned at age 6 from his father. Emanuel Lasker learned at age 11 from his older brother.