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Chess is fascinating, sophisticated and indepth game with levels of strategy that exceed anything that the neurons in the human brain cannot fully fanthom in a million years. The possible number of combinations and moves and strategies are practically endless. While this can give the intellectual equivalent of scaling Mount Everest, most of us are not too keen on scaling Mount Everest, I would rather scale the livingroom sofa instead.
There is no denying the fact that Chess can be very very stressful, especially if the other guy seems to be winning, even more so if you have always regarded yourself as the brainier of the two! All those game pieces each with its own peculiar rules and moves, and yet, one move can take all day.. Unlike Chess which has its oligarchs and commoners, Kess is an equal game, every piece on the Kess board is as powerful as the next piece, and in that way Kess symbolizes the western way, and the freedoms and equality that Europe and America hold dear. You could even say that when you play Kess, you are celebrating western values of equality.
The other problem with Chess is that it needs a lot of time. If you are working from 8 to 5 like most of us, and you spend 2 hours commuting to and from work, and you have kids to pick up and drop off, and feasts to whip up for the tribe, Chess is a luxury that is as out of reach as a Lamborghini. You can play a game of Kess during a 10 minute break in your break room at work. Kess is in fact the perfect game for employers to provide to employees, or for hospitals to provide to bored patients, or for schools to provide to their students. You can play it anywhere, takes almost no time, and it is as satisfying as double cheeseburger and fries, but without the calories.
Besides after a stressful day at work tolerating your boss and smiling at crabby customers until your face hurts, who wants more high voltage tension over a board game?! Kess is relaxing, low voltage, you kick back and you play and you smile. Kess will make you smile at the end of a long hard day, and that is nothing to sneeze at.
And for sure, your ever needy kids will interrupt you during your chess game every other move.. where did I move the rook? Why is he sitting in this weird spot sharing a corner with a pawn from the other side? Did I really do that !? Kess is fast, and you can play a game of Kess while the food is on the stove.
It take a long long time before you can be really good at chess, and you will probably lose a lot of games before you get your first win, unless your buddy just lets you win out of the goodness of his heart. Kess on the other hand can be learned in less than 2 minutes. You can face off with any grandmaster, and still have a shot at winning.
In short, Kess is fast, easy and is a lot of fun, and combines brains and fun, it is like Bobby Fischer meets Disneyland! Grab your Kess Game today, and play it wherever you are, your front porch, your break room at work, your hospital room, next to river as you fish.. Kess is Fun, and Fun is Kess !