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Chess, According To A Four- And Six-Year-Old

Chess is typically thought of as being too strategic, difficult and slow for little kids to handle, especially considering many kids play games on their own smartphone or tablet these days.

But six-year-old Annabelle and four-year-old Eloise clearly didn't get the memo about chess being too slow for kids, so they absolutely adore the game and are quite good at it.

They're not chess prodigy Misha good, but their enthusiasm for chess will give you hope for the future of analog gaming.

-Via Digg

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These kids are good. I have one kid that is more focused on winning than the rules. The whole game is "You can't do that. You can't do that, either. You can't move that way. No, that's not the way. You can't do that, either." For 15 years now.
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