Reverse Psychology: Anti-chess
Have You Ever Played Anti-Chess?
The reverse psychology stands behind as a central theme of many creative inventions and optimistic solutions to many critical problems. On the other hand, chess has captured huge attention among the people over the years due to its significance and the provision of tough challenge to win it.
Now let's throw some light on a new and magnetizing game that is the resultant of reverse psychology and chess. Yes, anti-chess has become very popular and challenging to the players recently with the creative rules and regulations to play it. It is very simple to play anti-chess by simply setting your pieces to be captured by opponents as the goal.
You must lose all your pieces which leads you to win the game. The victory of the game goes to the player who first loses all their chess pieces for capturing by his opponent. The entertainment and the fun are a part of anti-chess. The game also has the benefit of helping the players to gain essential personal traits.
Both chess and anti-chess will surely act as a teacher to guide the players especially kids to the ways of intelligence and concentration. This game will make the player's leisure time interesting and also enhances various skills of the players. Let's have a round up on the skills developed through playing anti-chess, a game of both adults and kids.
- It leads to the development of creativity and out of box thinking
- It gives a chance to enhance the logical thinking and the problem solving capability
- It induces the competitive spirit and an interest to take part
- It teaches the concentration level
All these skills will surely help you to improve your personal traits and creativity. Now it is your chance to be a winner of anti-chess, so start to play it to taste the thrill and interest.