Chess is hugely popular and during lock down it has exploded in popularity.
Chess sets make great distractions and gets the kids off their Xbox at the very least.
Chess is a fair game, it’s you the board, and your child or partner!, no physical contact, only the battle of minds. The King of Board Games has stood the test of time, and will lock down see a new Kasparov or Fisher arise?
But not just for keen chess players, annoyingly bright kids, or to ease lock down boredom they are a great way to broaden the mind and your bring some extra style to a room.