Georgia’s female European chess champion Nana Dzagnidze kicked off ‘Play Chess’ project today competing with a computer.
The project aims at promoting chess among the students of Georgian schools.
Those attending today’s presentation played chess with the members of the national chess team including Dzagnidze. Photo by the Sport Ministry's press office
Unveiling the new project, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Tariel Khechikashvili said "today we are facing a very important and interesting event” as the Georgian chess player is competing with computer software.
Thanking the Chess Federation and its partners Minister Khechikashvili welcomed everyone for their concern for the education and advancement of the Georgian youth.