Chess helps you to concentrate, improve your logic. It teaches you to play by the rules and take responsibility for your actions, how to problem solve in an uncertain environment. Garry Kasparov
Welcome everyone! 🙂
My name is Aito. I come from Japan, Sendai. More about me?
I created this website to share with you my passion which is… Chess! Sorry for any language mistakes, I’m not a native English speaker, I speak Japanese ( mother tongue) English and Russian ( I was studying in Russian Federation for 2 years, my master studies). What I am currently doing? Well, travelling and playing!
I was always good in it and I decided to join chess club in my secondary school and this is how my little carrier began. I was participating in competitions. Firstly among schools, local ones. Then as representative of the city. I won’t say I always win. But I must admit pretty often. Our competitions were published in media, my mother was watching me in TV. I was representing my country in international junior championships.
My life- constantly moving around
Chess is intellectual gymnastics.
I decided to dedicate all my life to the chess. This is how I earn money. This is how I want my life to look like. I travel around the world ( Europe mainly) and try my best in championships. I also try to share my passion with others. I organize free lessons in libraries with children and adults alike. Some people ask me for a interviews. I also like to visit disabled people to prove them that they can become chess master if they train hard. At least it’s called sport and you don’t need to be fit! I hope you will like my travel
The broader the chess player you are, the easier it is to be competitive, and the same seems to be true of mathematics – if you can find links between different branches of mathematics, it can help you resolve problems. In both of them, you study existing theory and use that to go forward.