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Study Plan Directory

  • webmaster
  • | Sep 8, 2011
  • | 848565 views
  • | 726 comments

What should I do now to improve my skills?... What videos will help my Endgame?... Which Mentor Courses will make me a better strategist? At my level, should I be playing more - or studying more?...

... Sound familiar? Well, wonder no longer:

Study Plans bring uncertainty and aimlessness to an end, charting a clear path to chess improvement! Let's face it: There is a huge wealth of information & learning tools on Chess.com, and these plans will help you navigate through it, with two goals:

  • to reveal the very best material for your current skill level, and...
  • to unify that content so that diverse yet complementary activities reinforce each other for high-impact learning and fast improvement!

 


    Plans for Beginning Players (Ratings < 1399)

      #1 Beyond the Basics

      #2 Beginners: The Opening!

      #3 Beginners: Tactics!

      #4 Beginners: Strategy!

      #5 Beginners: The Endgame!

      #6 Beginners: Bringing It All Together!

       


      Plans for Intermediate Players (Ratings 1400-1799)

        #1 Intermediate: The Opening!

        #2 Intermediate: Strategy!

        #3 Intermediate: Tactics!

        #4 Intermediate: The Endgame!

        #5 Intermediate: Bringing It All Together!



        Advanced players, stay tuned for more Study Plans, coming eventually...


        Comments


        • 5 weeks ago

          zucarrapote

          Es una lastima que la mayoria del material para mejorar en ajedrez en este sitio este en ingles, es una gran decepcion para los que hablamos español.

        • 6 weeks ago

          derlis23

          en español por favor

        • 6 weeks ago

          Les4chess

          Huh, ?   Tongue Out

        • 6 weeks ago

          PJKCuber

          Hi Guys, when I used to play chess 1.5 years ago, I had a FIDE Rapid rating of 1435. How can I regain my lost form? I currently have a blitz rating on Chess.com around the low 1400's after starting again. I haven't learnt anything new. I just played around 20 games. How can I get to 2000 as fast as possible?

        • 6 weeks ago

          mightyankur

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        • 7 weeks ago

          onemanarmy223

        • 7 weeks ago

          yasasmi2003

          SealedUndecided

        • 7 weeks ago

          danielduPre

          Only criticism is I dont think the endgame plan effectly helps you identify weaknesses and strengths that can enable you to win in double bishop vs knight endgames, Knight vs Bishop, different types of pawn endgames ect. (Many common positions basically)

        • 7 weeks ago

          mr-strong

          yo

        • 7 weeks ago

          Matt2801

          I wish I could turn my profile picture the right way round

        • 8 weeks ago

          learningthemoves

          Hey Advanced Players,

          Make sure you check out the new "Advanced" (Expert and Master) study courses on Chess Mentor! (Created by Masters and Grandmasters)

        • 8 weeks ago

          Les4chess

          The comments here are getting pretty lame. I guess we have finally given up on advanced study plans.  Cry

        • 8 weeks ago

          mr-strong

          Tongue Out

        • 8 weeks ago

          mr-strong

          goodCool

        • 8 weeks ago

          fluffyninja

          c

        • 2 months ago

          Fried_Liver_Attack

        • 2 months ago

          dre_mak

          [COMMENT DELETED]
        • 3 months ago

          Chelinmart

          REQUIERO DE CLASES DE AJEDRÉS PERO EN CURSOS EN ESPAÑOL

        • 3 months ago

          Les4chess

          Yeah, maybe notInnocent

        • 3 months ago

          dennyhan

          I am wondering if should make the advance study plan! Better weak than nothing.

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