Welcome to Europe Chess

Europechess is a website for European people interested in chess. No matter who you are, chances are that you have heard about the game of chess. This is an ancient game that is thought to have originated in the country of India, many centuries ago, and since then it has maintained a high level of popularity for people from all walks of life, to this very day.

But why chess? What makes this game so interesting? After all, all you do here is move some chess pieces in an arbitrary way – where’s the fun in this, right? Wrong. Chess is, in fact, a very fun game if you set out to truly learn its depth and intricacies. In fact, if you set out to do this, you will learn that chess is one of the deepest, most complicated games in existence. Even though it may seem like you’re doing nothing while playing it – there are several studies that show that your brain works at high speeds, and that for someone that sits still and only moves some chess pieces – you spend a big number of calories, and you may even feel exhausted after a long, tough game.

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So, if you want to improve the way your mind processes stuff – if you want to become more intelligent – then you should try chess. The best thing about this game is that no matter who you are, you can still learn this game rather easily – the basic rules are not that difficult to understand. Even little children can understand all there is too it in short time. But on the flip side you must not neglect the fact that chess is one of the most complicated competitive games in existence, and in order to master it, you would have to spend your entire life in dedication to this game. And this still won’t be a guarantee that you will ever master it.

But we get over our heads too fast – chess doesn’t need to seem like a game where you need to be fully focused and 100% dedicated in your life to it if you wish to get good at it. You can still play a few games here and there with your friends, and pick up on valuable skills that you can implement in your later games. The key principle here is that you play as often as you can – or as often as you want to. It’s better to play 2 games a week, every week, instead of playing 100 games in a single week, but then you skimp out on chess.

And in the end, you will indeed be able to find out why chess is so popular to this day, and why so many people play it. You will get a finer understanding of the intricate principles that guide the way the game is played, and with every new game that you play, you will grow as a chess player. With this in mind, we’d like to welcome you to our blog where we will share useful and interesting information with you on the subject of chess. We hope that you will enjoy your stay here and that we’ll help you to get a deeper appreciation of the game of chess.

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