Graphy | Teaching your Spouse How to Play Chess by Viswanathan Anand
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Viswanathan Anand, fondly known as Vishy, is an Indian chess grandmaster and former world chess champion.He became the first grandmaster from India in 1988, and is one of the few players to have surpassed an Elo rating of 2800, a feat he first achieved in 2006.
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Teaching your Spouse How to Play Chess
A good game of chess has much in common with your relationship with your spouse. They are both filled with highs, lows, and often long, furtive periods of wondering what your partner’s next surprise move is going to be. It should come as no surprise, then, that chess games can lead to a great bonding session for two. In this Graphy, across 7 live chapters, chess grandmaster and former world chess champion Viswanathan Anand will teach his wife, Aruna, the basics of the game. Watch how Anand,in his own unique style, explains the importance and roles of different pieces, the rules of chess, and teaches important moves and concepts like mate in 1, basic openings, and much more. This Graphy is a must watch with your loved ones. Stay tuned for the first live chapter on 7th December at 7 PM.
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