GillesChess lessons for all ages (private or group)
Grand Master International, French Champion and Master Coach of the International Chess Federation, I invite you to discover the wonders of chess.
The game of chess goes through the centuries and still retains all its attractiveness. Contrary to popular belief, even the computer has not managed to lift all its mysteries.
The benefits of learning are numerous and for everyone. It helps to develop concentration, sharpen attention, reinforce logical thinking and the ability to analyze complex situations.
I will make you benefit from my pedagogical experience (over 20 years) forged during my classes for children, seniors, beginners or advanced players or people requiring an adapted approach.
IgnacioPrivate chess lessons for beginner and intermediate level
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 25.
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.
ViswambherChess : two-player strategy board game played on checkered board
The class is for chess enthusiasts. I have been playing chess from the age of six. The main education method followed is learning by doing. Starting from basics of the game, to solving some puzzles, we are going to have a fun ride. If you are a beginner, don't worry, got you covered.
PetarChess Grandmaster, FIDE Trainer, Coach of Bulgarian National Team
I have been playing all over the world for more than 10 years.
I was part of the Bulgarian National team in 2013.
Current team champion of Bulgaria.
Winner of dozen of international tournaments.
Currently playing for over 10 team championships in Europe.
GM since 2013.
My best skill as a chess coach is that I know what it takes to become from amateur to grandmaster.
Individual program for each of my students!
I am currently a head coach of Bulgarian National Team
ArmanBecome a master in chess . Improve fast and start crushing your opponents !
You will learn how to improve fast and get a better understanding of chess , in all 3 parts of the game ( opening , middle game and endgame )
I will try to recognize your weaknesses and fix them , you will learn simple and strong openings + new and very important concepts of middle game + basic and fundamental endgames .
My current fide rating is +2000
As a player , i became champion of my country in university students competition , also i have won many tournaments
As a coach , i have 8 years of teaching experience
NathanChess course on Moscow or Internet with a French coach (English, French, Deutsch)
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!
MilojeChess coaching, online with professional chess coach
Hello everyone! I am an International Master Miloje. I am professional chess coach with practice as a online chess coach for 2 and a half years. Ages and levels are not important. I have coaching programs for all chess levels.
I can provide advice to everybody, from beginners to strong players who want to reach FM, IM or GM titles. It is important to have motivation for this and everything is possible!
With all my students I have friendly communication and a good relationship. In my 16-year chess career, I have never had a chess teacher! So, I know best how hard it is to have good results on your own. I worked with my older brother Milovan. He is an International Master too.
YannPRIVATE ONLINE CHESS COURSE FROM BEGINNER TO 1600 ELO
Hello wood pusher,
I suggest giving you lessons to help you progress.
From pure beginner to club player we will build together a personalized program according to your expectations
I'm at 1800 elo at the moment and I'm working for it to go up and my best performance in long game tournament this year was at 1950 elo.
I love chess and I would like to live from my passion :)
The interest of private lessons is to answer your concrete problems and do personalized work
Basic in my methodology I work the end of the game which allows to give a good basis on static weaknesses (exploded pawn structure ...) and a better understanding of previous choices to avoid them in: opening, mid game ...
Then I adapt to your needs? Lost in the Sicilian, what to do against such opening? ...
Emilielearn about strategies, history and chess lessons
learn the basic rules and principles
- Rules of the Chess Game
- Initial position of the parts
- Checkmate (mat tables)
- Theory (101 fundamental notions)
- Rider movement
- How to record chess moves
- FEN rating
- Chess pieces
- The art of playing Pawns
- History of chess
- Learn chess at 4 years old
- Coup du Berger
- Italian part of the 2 Cavaliers (Traxler)
- French Defense
- Final tables (Nalimov)
- Statistics of the Finals
- Some finals to know
SaroThe online chess college (for children and adults)
I started playing chess at the age of 15, currently I am 25 and 2055 fide rated.
I have 7 year experience in teaching chess to children as well as teaching to adults.
I follow a concept and created an system to train skills and get feedback by tests and puzzles.
I focus on tactic, positional play, endgames. In my opinion students can work on openings themself. If you wish I'll also do a class on your chosen opening.
In order to improve students must not only rely on the regular lessons with a coach, for that reason pupils receive homework and a study plan.
Maksim| Learn Russian Language | Learn How To Play Chess |
● 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.
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.
NicolasChess lessons by a national master. For all levels and ages. 20 years + experience.
I am a national chess master with over 20 years of teaching experience.
I teach students of all skill levels.
You can write to me between lessons to ask me questions.
Among other things, I work on intuition, tactics and calculation. I also discuss the strategic and theoretical aspects of the game. I adapt my lessons to the strengths and weaknesses of my students.
I have a master's degree in psychology and I work in clinic with children in intervention.
I include psychology in chess lessons.
Excellent for developing academic, concentration, calculation, decision-making skills, etc.
Online courses via (Skype or Messenger and Lichess).
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them.
AntoineDISTANCE chess lessons from 6 years old with an experienced teacher, former young champion
Methodology || ||
I quickly identify the student's level and strengths and weaknesses.
A chess game takes place in 3 phases that I propose to study differently:
_ Opening: I help my student at first to integrate the concepts of the opening. In a second time we can build a theoretical repertoire on the first 5-10 moves of a chess game. I have a wide knowledge of openings and I can prepare courses on specific points according to requests.
_ The game environment: This will involve working from tactical exercises to develop intuition, computing power and creativity. We can also study the strategy, how to find a plan.
_ The final: A multitude of final diagrams are possible. It is essential to study them.
All my lessons are prepared and personalized. The goal of each course will be to focus on 3-4 key concepts which will be reviewed in the next course to verify that they are acquired.
I also analyze the games played by my student to develop his game.
I adapt my pedagogy, I do it very differently with my 3 year old students and my adult students.
Finally, I speak fluent English and am used to teaching in this language.
Normally, I travel to my students in Paris and in small crowns. I also give lessons at home (Paris 12). In the current context of coronavirus, I teach exclusively at a distance.
|| Course by webcam ||
I have headphones with excellent sound quality (Sennheiser PXC 550) and a good mac webcam.
Thanks to a suitable chess application + Skype, it is easy to share or play positions with my student. The tools are very efficient and the quality of a distance chess course is the same as that of a physical course.
|| Career ||
I was passionate about chess from the age of 5. I took classes all my youth and I was vice-champion of Paris under 12 years.
I evolved for many years in the most prestigious French club: Lutèce Chess.
I took classes with the International Grand Masters Alberto David, Marie Sebag and Jean-Luc Chabanon.
I stopped the competition at the age of 14 with an elo of 1800 before returning to it a few years ago. I am 23 years old and am studying business and strategy at the Sorbonne.
My teaching is built on years of experience in terms of practice and courses given to students with varied profiles.
GabrielChess: professional training, all levels, any age. Reach your goals!
Hi, my name is Gabriel. I'm the head coach of the chess team of the National University of Mexico (UNAM) since 2010. I speak fluent English as I lived six years in Oxford, England, when I was a child and I practice it since then.
With the UNAM's team I have obtained the following titles:
National Women's Championship: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
National Men's Championship: 2018, 2019
Absolute National Championship: 2018, 2019
Panamerican 2013 in Durango: silver medal
I also have extensive experience with players of all ages and levels. Here is a list of the places where I have worked:
- UNAM's Children's Chess Program since 2012.
- Private schools.
- CEDAT School for gifted children.
- Private sports and social clubs.
- Personal chess coach since 2005.
My peak rating is 2165 FIDE ELO, which would be equivalent to the USCF National Master level, although really my chess dedication has been focused on teaching.
I would love to help you learn chess or improve your game to reach competitive levels. It does not matter your degree of experience, your level of play, or your age.
I am attentive to any questions you may have.
Greeting and I wish you success!
BenoitBeginner to 1900 elo chess lessons at home or by webcam
I propose to give lessons from the beginner level to a 1900 level, for all ages (from 6 or 7 years old) and whatever your goal (beat a friend, his dad or become a competitor) . In particular, I have very good contact with children and teenagers. The idea is to learn without taking the lead, in complete relaxation.
The lessons take place by Skype, via the sharing of my screen (and the diagrams that I select). Sometimes we will have to do some exercises on Liches to make sure that the concepts have been understood. The Internet has the advantage of efficiency, the diagrams being already ready, it even goes faster than live and I could see that this support does not prevent the creation of human links. However, for the students of the Orleans conurbation, I can with great pleasure welcome you to my home.
All my lessons are prepared with great care and are truly individualized. On each theme, the lessons are therefore adapted to the level and objectives of the student.
Depending on the wishes of the students as well as their strengths and weaknesses, I propose to address the following aspects:
- The openings :
I make sure that my students have acquired the essential principles of openness (rapid development, takeover of the center, securing the king). Then, after studying the student's play style (rather positional or more attacking), we build, adapt or deepen his repertoire of openings. The idea is as much to understand the spirit of an opening as to know long variants by heart. After learning the theoretical basics, we will see the games played by the best players practicing your favorite openings of my student.
- Party backgrounds:
It is mainly about building plans. A chess player should think of himself as the general of an army. And no general shows up on the battlefield without a well-established plan, under penalty of stinging defeat! For this, we can also look at the different schemas and attacks of the opponent's weaknesses (weaknesses of the king or weakness of the pawn structure).
Beyond the tactical sacrifices immediately winning the game, we may also be led to see when to sacrifice equipment to develop a sustainable initiative.
We will also sometimes have to study some recurring pawn structures in the openings made by my students and how to maneuver based on that.
- The finals
It is sometimes a bit tedious but it is an essential factor of progression. The Russians, who dominated chess for decades, used to start by studying the finals. It is rather what I recommend. This is all the more essential since very often at the end of the game, time is short and fatigue begins to be felt. Knowledge of the most classic final patterns therefore allows you to earn many half points.
- Analysis of your games
Learning from mistakes is a great way to progress. We will therefore engage in this exercise whenever necessary.
- Training plan
Often when you want to progress you don't know where to start. I therefore propose an hour or two of lessons devoted to how to maximize the time spent studying chess.
- Psychological aspects of the game
How to rebound after a defeat? How not to ignite too much after a series of victories? How to manage the pressure of competition? How to manage your time in the different cadences? How to prepare against an adversary that we know and that scares us? Here are some of the questions that this module will answer (non-exhaustive list).
Do not hesitate to contact me, I am at your disposal for more information!