Chess: 64 squares and 32 pieces. A world of infinite variations
To learn one of the oldest games in the world
Born in India around the 6th century, chess arrived in Europe around the year 1000, in all probability thanks to the mediation of the Arabs; spread throughout the continent, they reached modern form in the fifteenth century in Italy and Spain. Starting in the mid-nineteenth century, thanks to Paul Morphy and Wilhelm Steinitz, the strategic foundations of the game began to be codified.
Chess is among the most popular games in the world and can be played almost anywhere.
There is no shortage of resources on the internet to learn, improve or meet other players with whom to organize games.