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Learning Chess Computer

It's ready to play chess any time and at your level! Have you played a friend ... and never won? No longer! You can choose the playing level.

Electronic chess sets help beginning players practice strategies and provide a fun challenge. Electronic chess computers also help reduce screen time and eye strain while providing physical interactivity that's good for our brains.  Most available chess computers have a range of levels, including beginner levels; however, these units are our recommendation for just starting out. 

Using your finger or the edge of a piece, you press lightly on the squares to input your move. The computer "thinks" and then responds on the display and you assist the computer in the same way with its move on the board. The computer ensures the rules of the game are followed, illegal moves avoided, even gives hints, kind of like a coach.

Taking back moves is another great feature. The computer keeps track of all moves and allows you to reverse any moves and start from an earlier point, even switching sides if you like. As you play more and more, you will become familiar with pitfalls and mistakes to avoid, improve your confidence and your game.


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"Here's my favorite demo board for leading a chess class. Easy to see pieces. Easy to move pieces. Love having the red stars to highlight squares... can even pull out the dowel in the bottom edge of the demo board to use as a pointer when talking about diagonals, ranks, files, etc!"

Elliott Neff, author of a Pawn's Journey