Was never taught and never had a chess board in the house. I don't expect I'd be any good or enjoy it much, because it's a strategy game, so involves planning out multiple steps and options ahead, which requires much working memory. Although ADHDers are more prone to video game addictions than most (for the flood of calming dopamine and hyperfocus that they can induce), you never catch us playing strategy video games, for this very reason. I know the mental strain and discomfort and frustration that kind of task causes me, and it wouldn't be worth it. As aesthetically pleasing as a game of chess appears.