Gordon White Library
54 Phillip Street
Chess is played at 1.00 pm. Tuesday weekly.
If you are interested to either learn or play chess, you are most welcome to come along to the Gordon White Library at 1.00 pm. each Tuesday where Rick Doran has offered to teach/play chess. Chess will get you thinking and make your brain work.
The Chess has been slow but successful. There are 6 potential players which is a challenge for them. We would like more players or learners. Maybe if you join and learn it is something you could teach your grandchildren. Certainly good to keep mind active, if you are interested please contact Rick on 0419 784 606.
Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard, a checkered game board with 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 grid. The game is played by millions of people worldwide. Chess is believed to be derived from the Indian game chaturanga some time before the 7th century.
Chess teaches you to have a goal and overcome the obstacles on your way there. … Learning to play Chess dramatically improves the ability to think rationally. Play Chess to learn and develop patience and thoughtfulness. Playing Chess helps you to learn and increase cognitive skills.
If you would like to join the Chess Group or would like to speak with someone about it, please send us a message on our contact page.