Event

Paco Ŝako chess
Sunday 03 June 2018

Created to be an expression of peace, friendship and collaboration, Paco Ŝako is a chess game with a mindful touch and a mind-blowing gameplay.

Instead of competition, Paco Ŝako unites two chess pieces together. Curious how this works? Come and see yourself during this event!

Felix Albers, founder of the game, will explain the rules of the game. Afterwards people can discover the game on their own or play with others. The game is also enjoyable for kids!

Program:

11.00 - Start

11.30 - Introduction

13.00 - Chess tournament

15.00 - End

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11:00 AM

The Hague tech, third floor

Paco Ŝako chess

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