Chess Lessons by Amateur World Champion (Trial) Class | Amphy
Chess Lessons by Amateur World Champion (Trial) with Ashwin Kumar S | Amphy

Chess Lessons by Amateur World Champion (Trial)

In this trial class, I will provide a brief overview of how to win more at chess by developing a structured chess thinking system that will help you reduce mistakes & find strong moves quickly along with 3 simple yet powerful chess tips!


What you'll learn

A well-structured chess thinking system is absolutely critical for every chess player to win more games! In my online lessons, I focus on helping my students develop a well-structured chess thinking system along with training methods that will help them reduce mistakes & find strong moves while also increasing their general understanding of chess strategy. 

In the trial class I will cover the following specifically:

1) Explain the importance of a structured chess thinking system (at all levels of chess skill) to reduce mistakes & find strong moves quickly using 3 specific examples. 

2) I will share 3 simple yet powerful tips that you can apply in your games immediately to win more!

3) I will also share what you can learn in my other classes to develop your thinking system further & become stronger at the game.

This trial class is suited for beginners & intermediate chess players. I look forward to working with you to helping you win more at chess!

This class is perfect for

Beginner & Intermediate Chess Players (up to an ELO rating of ~1600)

Your Teacher

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In 2018, I became an ACO World Amateur Champion, by winning ACO World Chess Championship event at Greece in the 1600-1800 category despite being an Unrated player amongst ~80 rated players from 16 countries with a rating performance of 1991. These 2 Chessbase India articles & YouTube video interview covers my background/experience in much greater detail. 1) https://chessbase.in/news/Ashwin_Subramanian_becomes_ACO_World_Champion 2) https://chessbase.in/news/Ashwin_Subramanian_ACO_World_Champion 3) https://youtu.be/o9KaukG99_c

What students need

It would be very useful to have an account in any online platform such as Chess.com or LiChess.org where you've played a few games as this will help me understand your playing strength & adjust my class content accordingly.

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.

Class Reviews

5.0 (2)
  • Prince Peregrine Z

    Ashwin, was very pleasant to talk to and I learned a lot from him. Thank you.

    5 out of 5

  • Neil D

    I was very satisfied with my introductory lesson which provided me with a good introduction to his method of chess thinking. Thank you Ashwin!

    5 out of 5