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The International Olympic Committee has recognized chess as a sport. While this acknowledgement falls shy of recognition as an “Olympic Sport” which would merit inclusion in the Games, it is an acknowledgement of the sport-like properties inherent in chess.
Depends on the learning capability of the player. If you are passionate about the game then it might take short time period.
Chess is a very time demanding game. An amateur might require to practice at least 3 hours a day while a professional player might require at least 8 hours a day.
One can get rating by playing FIDE approved rated tournaments and winning against some rated players with a rating performance above 1000. For titles, one has to play FIDE rated norm tournaments to achieve titles. Detailed information of various titles and eligibility criteria can be found at https://www.ﬁde.com/ﬁde/handbook.html?id=198&view=article
depends on your kid batch (i.e. 4 classes a week with 1 hour session).
Performance is based on several factors like passion, dedication, regular practice, participation in tournaments regularly, etc. Each child has his open pace of learning so it is not advised to compare one against another. Regular practice and training will gradually improve the results in tournament play.
It is recommended to participate at least 1 tournament a month.
Parent’s role is vital for a child’s growth and progress in chess. They should be supportive and encouraging toward children and avoid using any critical or demotivating language when he/she under performs in a couple of tournaments. It is a natural pattern for all players to have ups and downs in tournaments.
Players should daily practice yoga, meditation, and physical ﬁtness workouts to keep their body and mind stable during the chess game. A balanced diet is one that gives your body the nutrients it needs to function correctly. In order to get the proper nutrition from your diet, you should obtain the majority of your daily calories from: fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts, lean proteins, milk products etc….