9 Queens is dedicated to empowering individuals and communities through chess by making the game fun, exciting, and accessible.
“Chess is really fun. I like it because it is like a video game for my mind.”
Do you have a child who won’t sit still? A boy who can’t focus or a girl, who’s easily distracted? Well it turns out an ancient board game can help.
There’s a unique organization right here in Tucson promoting the game of chess.
For beginners, chess is a game that centers around preserving a decidedly female piece.
Annual event puts spotlight on the game and it’s many benefits
“It was good enough for Marcel, so perhaps it was good for me,”
Sean Phillips of NPR discusses the gender divide in Chess.
“I’m seeing more girls playing chess than 10 years ago….”
Say “checkmate” to chess royalty this Cinco de Mayo at the fifth annual Chess Fest.
Chess Player RZA sits down with Paste Magazine
RZA believes chess is key in helping youth learn how to think before acting.
In fact, in Tucson, it seemed an opposite slogan was in the air, “Everyone Loves Chess.”
Tucsonan’s goal: Make children better thinkers through chess