Chess in the Nest with Albert Avidor

Retired engineer Albert Avidor teaches chess for all ages

Chess improves concentration and memory, and fosters logic, critical thinking and creativity. The game has long been regarded as having beneficial effects on learning and development in children, as well as improving the mental and physical health of seniors. Chess is also a lot of fun to learn.

Albert Avidor developed a passion for chess in his early childhood. Recently, he became interested in the potential of the game to enhance memory function and his research led to putting together a home-based chess course. His detailed chess plans include hand-outs for the fundamentals as well as computer practice in more advanced stages.