making a prodigy
July 10, 2007 7:39pm CST
start at the age of 4 with full dedication on everyday practice of a child, reading books and pratice at least 6 hours per day
15 Oct 09
Hi Ruth If you could generate from a child a true interest and a love for these game, is already a good sign that he could be on his way to become one of those potential prodigy. Only then full dedication by practicing, reading and playing long ours per day, couple with a good coach, will help him achieve that status. Keep pushing that pieces.... By the way have anyone here heard of a young Pinoy chess grandmaster name Wesley So...?
6 Nov 07
you miss to point out the importance of having a mentor.. it does not necessarily have to start at 4. Just have a kid start young.. make chess appealing and fun to him..s/he will be a prodigy.. how i wish I knew this when I was a kid.. i could have been...