Our chess store was in the news, and other cool things!
It’s been a busy month here at Your Move Chess & Games. We’ve been slowly cleaning up and recovering from the holiday madness, and it brings us to a time of reflection of where we are, what our plans are, and how we can make things different (and hopefully better).
The process was interrupted a little bit when there was a request from a local newspaper, The Massapequa Observer, came to do a little piece on our chess store.
We’ve actually been in the news several times …
Did you put off your father’s day shopping till the last minute?
ChessUSA Father’s Day Sale
If you’re still looking for a gift, consider getting your Dad one of our hundreds of chess sets or perhaps one of our many board games. We’ll give you 15% off any purchase!
Just enter “FATHERSDAY2013” during checkout, or mention it at our retail store*.
We have an absolutely huge selection of chess sets, but we also have a variety of other dad-friendly games including backgammon, poker supplies, strategy and war board games, and a host of other fun and traditional games. It …
If you’re interested in chess camp, or chess after-school activities – this is for you!
One of the things we would most like to improve on in our chess store is the social aspect of chess & games. I would absolutely love to have an area for people to play chess, demo unique and exciting board games as an opportunity to try-before-you-buy, or even have a place for a chess club or gaming club to meet.
Hopefully one day we will expand in that direction. For now we’re just packed to the brim with inventory, we just do not have …
Board Games at Your Move Chess & Games
It’s been several weeks since I’ve put up a post and I apologize – keep your eyes peeled on this spot. I have some great ideas for posts coming soon.
In the meantime, I wanted to take a break from chess to talk about the Games in “Your Move Chess & Games” – specifically board games.
First, a brief history. When I started working here back in the nineties, I was a kid in high school. The job was listed at a school job-board, and the idea of games sounded …
There are very few who would not agree that chess is a great game for keeping the mind sharp. It is well suited to the young and old alike – some research suggests playing chess can help protect against cognitive diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Likewise, it helps the developing brain in pattern recognition, analytical processing, and even patience.
While chess has always been a popular activity in high school, middle school, and even elementary school, we have noticed an uptick in the past several years. One potential reason might be due to tightened budgets for schools nationwide. While arts, music, …
One of the things I would like to do with the Chess USA blog is to be able to spread the word about great chess news, and new things in chess. While sometimes I like to be prepared, something just sneaks up on you and you want to immediately let the world know.
With that in mind, I wanted to briefly post about the movie Brooklyn Castle, which is premiering in limited release today.
Last night, a story about the movie came up on my fiancé’s news feed and I’m glad she showed me the article. I wanted to try …