It’s not just chess, it’s a sport.
Chess has become a national pastime.
It’s the ultimate social game, and its popularity has grown to rival football and basketball.
This past week alone, more than 20 million people tuned into a live broadcast of the World Championship of Chess on HBO.
But a new phenomenon is surfacing in the U.S. as people seek to challenge the sport in their own backyard, and the challenge may be too much for a relatively small group of people to handle.
A New York Times/CBS News poll last year found that 48 percent of Americans were playing chess at home.
This is a huge, new audience that’s not being served well by the sport’s traditional institutions.
That’s especially true for young people, who may not have played chess for years and who aren’t used to playing online games, where they’re playing with people who know each other’s scores and who share the same interests.
And it’s the same problem that many chess players have had with the online game of Go, where the stakes are low, and where you need to be on the same page to win.
There are a lot of ways to play chess at the same time, and some of them work for some people and not for others.
One of the most popular ways to get started is with a chess club.
Some clubs have online forums, while others offer free chess lessons.
There’s even a popular online program that uses a combination of the two.
It can be challenging to find a group of friends who aren