June Giveaway: Solitaire Chess
Solitaire Chess is a brilliant concept. It’s a logic game that not only helps chess players with their board vision and their calculation, but it’s also very accessible and easy to learn. With very little instruction, anybody can play this great game - and adjust the difficulty as much as they would like. And this month we’re giving away a copy to one lucky follower!
The only prerequisite for playing is knowing how the pieces move. Other than that, the game plays like that old peg game where you have to hop over pegs and remove them until you only have one peg left. Every single move must be a capture, and if you are left with only one chess piece in the end you have solved the puzzle. It starts out easy, but can become brutally difficult.
I’ve called it one of the very best gifts for chess players in the past, as well as one of the very best logic games for kids. So I’m very excited that we’re now going to give away a copy of this fantastic game to one of our followers. Now one of you can fall in love with this challenge as well. Maybe it’ll even lead to a new-found love for the great game of chess. So make sure to sign up for the giveaway in the box below!
There will be one winner of a copy of Solitaire Chess from ThinkFun. The winner will be chosen at random after the ending date of June 30th at 12:00 a.m. EST. Entry into monthly giveaways is a reward for our subscribers - so we can spread the joy with the folks who are following along on Dad Suggests. So make sure to subscribe to our newsletter. (You can find the sign-up box for our newsletter at the bottom of every page on DadSuggests.com.)
And, as you’ll see, there are a few optional ways to earn extra entries if you’d like to increase your chances! The winner will be contacted through the e-mail they provide and will have to provide a US address for shipping at that time. Open to US mailing addresses only and you must be 18+ to enter. You can also refer to the official rules.
Good luck! And help us spread the word if you know of any any parents or teachers out there who you think would love a copy of this game.