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Benefits of Chess Chess is a fair game, it’s you, the board, and the other person, no physical contact, only the battle of minds. The King of Board Games has much more to surprise us than we ever thought. Still, think chess is too hard? Contact me and I'll reveal all the surprising facts and benefits of playing chess and then consider your next move.
Hi, I have 4 years of chess coaching experience (in Russian and English). My chess FIDE rating is 2214. I very like teaching chess. My goal is to help students to achieve their goals and become masters. I encourage my students to participate in tournaments and do chess Homeworks.
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Trusted teacher: I am Chess Arbiter and Engineer , offers lessons for children and adults in İstanbul /Turkey Methodology My approach is student-centered, I am teaching both adults and children (chess). I am patient, friendly and understanding and trying to make sure that student feels comfortable and enjoys the lesson and gains confidence in the subject. I am also organizing chess tournaments for my chess students to monitor their progress and plan future curriculum.
Ignacio - York, United Kingdom$22
Trusted teacher: Chess is something amazing!! Or, as an Indian proverb says, it's a lake where a mosquito can drink and an elephant can swim. It doesn't matter if you don't know anything about this subject and you want to get into it or if you already know how to play and you want to master your skills, I can help you with that. It's scientifically proven that chess helps you to develop and strengthen many aptitudes such as: efficient planning, creativity, self-criticism, discipline, logical reasoning, problem solving and concentration. That's why playing chess is so good for mental health or children and adults. But also, and even more important, it's fun!! I've been playing chess since I was 5 years old, competing at an international level and being awarded many times. I've also given chess lessons since I was 15 until now, when I'm 24. With my classes, you'll learn all the strategies and tactics while focusing in the three parts of a chess game: the opening, the middle game and the endgame.
Maksim - The Hague, Netherlands$14
Trusted teacher: ● Russian Language Will teach you with all the building blocks of Russian: from the pronunciation of Cyrillic letters and words to speaking and thinking as you were Russian. ● Chess With an experience of playing chess for more than 8 years I will show you the strategic ideas of that game and will improve your knowledge to the level of playing chess professionally in the competitions.
Chess · Russian
Aurelio - Geneva, Switzerland$35
Trusted teacher: FIDE Master of Chess (part of the Swiss National) gives chess courses at all levels and all ages. My goal is to teach you how to play better and improve your concentration with this old game. The course is divided into three parts: A theoretical part where I show you typical tactical topics, then the student solves exercises and finally we play games.
For the initiation, I start with the basic elements of the game to enjoy! As for the advanced level, I accompany my students on the plan Openings, Game Strategy, Tactics, Finals studies and Analysis of their own games. until the brilliant competitive course!
Trusted teacher: I am a student in Moscow (MGU) ranked over 2200 FIDE. I adapt to your request, while offering you customized methods. I strongly believe in learning through comprehension, not through hard memorization. We will study all phases of the game (openings, strategy and finals), focusing on your main areas of improvement. Thus, I can accompany you to achieve your goals. I can give classes in Moscow, as well as via the Internet (Skype, Teamviewer, Discord ...) See you soon on the chessboard!
The game of chess pits two players on either side of a board or apron called chessboard composed of sixty-four light and dark squares named the white squares and the black squares. The players take turns moving one of their sixteen pieces (or two pieces in case of castling), clear for the camp of the whites, dark for the camp of the blacks. Each player has at the start a king, a lady, two towers, two madmen, two riders and eight pawns. The goal of the game is to inflict a dull check on the opponent, a situation in which the king of a player is engaged without being able to remedy it.