Group Chess Lessons: The Ideal Lesson For Beginners

Group Chess Lessons

As COVID-19 lockdowns ramp up around the world, interest in chess has been sky-rocketing. This unique situation has given rise to a huge flux in online chess lessons, particularly group lessons & weekend clubs. We see many people, particularly beginners, juggling with the idea of group lessons vs. private chess lessons. We’re here to ease […]

4 Things We Can Learn From The Queen’s Gambit

4 Things We Can Learn From The Queen’s Gambit

“The one thing we know about Elizabeth Harmon is that she loves to win.” – The Queen’s Gambit. TV Mini-Series, 2020. Over the past few months, millions of people all over the world have been watching the amazing story of Elizabeth Harmon, the orphaned chess prodigy. Beth (Elizabeth) has never studied chess formally, instead she […]

3 Creative Ways To Sharpen Your Online Chess Skills Over Lockdown

COVID-19 lockdown has no doubt changed the world of both offline and online chess. With this new way-of-life becoming quickly cemented into a routine, how can you sharpen your online chess skills without leaving home? Play Non-Traditional Online Variants  Now that you have some time on your hands and face-to-face chess may be at a […]

3 Reasons to Register Your Child for Private Chess Lessons

3 Reasons to Register Your Child for Private Chess Lessons

Private chess lessons are an integral part of any growing chess mind, but what benefits can you actually expect from them? Thousands of students from Infant school to Secondary school partake in regular, private lessons every year. Some of these children are looking to make a career out of chess, and others are enthusiastic about […]