Revolutionizing Chess in Ireland

Ireland Chess Technology Limited

Technology has the potential to revolutionize the game of chess in Ireland and make it more accessible to a wider audience. Online platforms, Mobile Apps, Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence are some of the ways in which technology could be used to transform chess in Ireland.

🌟 Perfect Chess Training for Beginners to ignite their passion!

Embark on an enriching adventure with our Kids’ Camp 2024! Starting February 27th, every Tuesday from 6 pm to 7 pm at the Portlaoise Parish Centre. Open for ages 6-13. Secure your spot today as capacity is limited. Stay tuned for the full month’s schedule of engaging sessions. Don’t miss out – let the excitement begin!
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