Beginner Chess Lessons

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60 min
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Group Chess Lessons for Beginner players


What you'll learn

Once you learn to move the pieces and are ready to play your first games, you can naturally ask, what now? what am I supposed to do? How do I get to checkmate? What is my plan? What do I do if I am attacked? Is it always convenient for me to castle? When should I develop my queen? Should I exchange pieces? Which? When? Why? etc, etc, etc. 

If you are in that situation this class is for you! We are going to answer each and every one of the difficulties that beginning players face when taking their first steps in the wonderful world of chess. We will work with model games, puzzles and training games.

The classes are intense and dynamic, we will train together, discussing positions, performing analyzes and facing different chess challenges. Be ready to squeeze your brain! 

This class is perfect for

Beginner chess players
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Meet Matias Ianovsky,

Your teacher

I am certified as FIDE Trainer (FT), FIDE School Instructor (FSI) and Docente de Ajedrez by FEDA. I have been teaching Chess for almost 18 years in schools, chess clubs and private lessons. My ELO FIDE is 2218. I have and I had students in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, England, Germany, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the United States. . I am graduated in Political Science (Summa Cum Laude) and in Journalism. I played professional chess all my youth, winning Southamerican, national and local championships, and representing my country in Panamericans and World Youth chess championships abroad. My online ratings are: Chess.com: Blitz 2616/ Bullet 2785 Percentile 100% Lichess: Blitz 2603/ Bullet 2705. Percentile 99.99%

What to bring

It is essential to know the basic rules of chess (movement of the pieces, captures, check, checkmate and draw concepts)

How to participate

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