How it works

Lesson plan

By sharing a chess board online and with a voice/video chat during training sessions, the coach shows examples from games played by masters based on different themes. A student gets enough time to think and try his/her ideas with the coach. Lessons are carefully planned for different areas of the game like opening repertoire, calculation, evaluation of the position, planning and endings.

Study Material

Each student receives material for homework that helps him/her learn faster. Some of these are pdf files and html pages. This also includes lessons that can be studied on our website by playing thru the moves. These lessons give additional examples of the themes or ideas learned in the sessions.

Practice Games

During a friendly game with another player, coach helps the student by suggesting moves and explaining ideas. Sometimes a student plays the game on his/her own and after the game is over, the coach helps him/her analyze the whole game move by move.

Analysis of Tournament games

After a student comes back from a tournament, the games are analyzed by the coach in the next session. Based on this analysis, coach gives suggestions on how to work further to get better results in the next tournaments.

Feedback and Suggestions

The coach sends regular feedback and reports. These include training program, report of student’s performance during sessions and suggestions for improvements.

Duration and Fees

The classes run one hour each for every student. The cost of training is $ 15 USD per session. Payments can be made online thru credit card, debit card or paypal. Students normally have 4 to 8 training sessions per month. We also offer a flexible schedule suitable for adults who travel frequently.

Countries we teach in

Free Trial Chess Session

To know which level of our Chess program is most suited to your needs
we recommend that you take the trial session. After your chess game we will provide you with an in depth analysis,
recommending the chess program best suited for you.

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