Chess is not easy, but almost anyone can benefit from the complex game because it teaches strategy, confidence, and also how to accept failure.
So says Orrin Hudson, a 50-year-old Stone Mountain chess champion who has devoted his life — and life savings — to teaching the ancient game to modern kids to instill in them a never-say-die attitude.
“Every disappointment is a blessing,” says Hudson. “Life is a conspiracy to help you win.”
(READ the story from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution)