A Turkish member of an international chess governing body has written a one-of-a-kind guidebook for visually impaired students.
Turgay Seckin Serpil believes the book, published in 2019, will greatly contribute to the training of future instructors and also help develop players with disabilities.
“My aim is to train volunteer instructors with the cooperation of municipalities and universities and to place coaches in all visually impaired schools,” he said.
“One of the biggest aims of chess for the disabled is to bring all athletes together nationally and worldwide.
“The book, the first in the world, is a guide for