You can't cheat on chess, it is a game of skill.
Life is more related to chess than checkers, and as they say life is a game of chess, not checkers.
A life skill is a skill that is necessary in everyday life. This skill may be cooking a meal for example.
The chess playing computer does not explain how it makes it decisions, does not give interviews, does not sign autographs, and does not do anything other than play chess with superlative skill.
To improve your chess game , read chess books on tactics and strategy , play better opponents whose skill level is higher than yours , compete against a chess computer and practice over and over again .
You could read a book about the skill, or just do the skill (like playing chess for logic & watching tv for fishing.
There is not a correct answer for this question because there are a variety of openings as well as different skill levels regarding chess opponents . ~ Look to the related link below for additional information regarding chess openings .
I would say chess makes me happy when I am mentally exercised/challenged by a polite opponent of equal skill, who can help you improve.
The ELO rating is a way of assessing the different skill levels of a chess player ~ see related link below to additional information .
when they are a toddler, teach them the basic logic skill by making them play with the peg toy, then when they are a child they should be able to read basic logic books. this will help them with their chess. you can also buy a chess table or they can play chess on a computer. x
Chess may be boring to someone's point of view, or the onlooker, but it is a game of high stakes and high skill. Whether or not it's boring depends on your point of view.