“Many have become chess masters; no one has become the master of chess.” – Siegbert Tarrasch
This quote from is yet another reminder that there is always room for improvement in our chess game. There’s nothing we do perfectly, and chess always provides us with more to learn and study.
The best way to improve at chess is similar to other subjects – follow the path to wisdom that has been blazed by others. There are no shortcuts; to improve at chess requires high-quality lessons, professional written courses, individual work, positional training …and a bit of talent. Emanuel Lasker, World Champion for 27 years, firmly believed that anyone with normal intelligence and talent could improve at chess reaching a master level in only a few years, if they studied properly. IchessU is one of the best places one can improve at chess: the approach studying chess is based on the developed by our chess school curriculum, delivered by experienced coaches and proven in the field by many years of coaching – just read what our students say.
Our lessons implement a continuous method of chess study, adjusted to a student or a group level. In IchessU, our coaches make sure you get a solid understanding of the basics before moving on to more advanced concepts. Learning the basics first creates a framework around which you we integrate the future knowledge. IchessU chess lessons will master your tactics, openings and endings principles, studying positional play and strategy in the middlegame, bringing it all together by playing chess tournaments and chess matches. Chess is NOT hard, but complex, which makes it so beautiful.
IchessU can accompany the journey to improve your chess and make it more enjoyable.
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