On Sunday game days at the Briggs Carriage Bookstore in Brandon, Vermont, the mornings are for chess and the afternoons for D&D. The chess club attracts as many as 10 people of varying ages, while the D&D gathering gets up to 12 high schoolers and adults. But both groups are run by the same 17 year old Ben Chamberlain of Goshen.

I guess chess is more logical, D&D is more creative.

Good job, Ben! You deserve special Purple Pawn recognition for promoting tabletop games “across the board!”