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Study Plan Directory

  • webmaster
  • | Sep 8, 2011
  • | 832869 views
  • | 722 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


        • 3 months ago

          Les4chess

          Of course you can!Wink

        • 3 months ago

          Chess732

          Can I join

        • 3 months ago

          King11110

          Undecidedне чего не понятно, щас попробую что нибудь посмотреть.

        • 3 months ago

          Les4chess

          What a nice wish. Unfortunately, nice wishes don't happen in this world.  Laughing

        • 3 months ago

          Chemwong

          Out of love for this site that comprises much part of my chess history (or sheer laziness of cancelling auto-payment), I continued on being a Platinum member. I hope that the Advanced Study Plan was not scrapped, abandoned or discontinued due to severe internal conflict among staffs (would or did it happened? It would be an interesting drama if this is true nonetheless!) . Please at least give us some piecemeal if this is not too demanding. Our hearts deserve no grinding and the wait should come close to an ending.

        • 3 months ago

          RRR231


          Smile

        • 3 months ago

          GAJOGA

          NO TAN BUENO DB6+

        • 3 months ago

          idreesarif

          Twinhicky

          or <1400 will be fine ..... LOL

        • 3 months ago

          mohammahd

          Money Mouth

        • 3 months ago

          whirlwind2011

          @fabskannone: Your puzzle does appear to be flawed:

          Also, Black may play 1. ... Qa6+ in answer to 1. b7. Black wins in all variations.

        • 3 months ago

          vinz88

          [COMMENT DELETED]
        • 3 months ago

          Twinchicky

          Now, there's a program for <1399 and a program for 1400-1799.

          What happens when your rating (Like mine at the time of posting) Is EXACTLY 1399? :D

          I'm kidding of course, but still funny.

          Should read ≤1399.

        • 3 months ago

          Les4chess

          I suggest you stop making rediculous suggestions. We should get what we were promised. Period.

        • 3 months ago

          Masterjatin

          I suggest you look somewhere else for advanced study material.

        • 3 months ago

          Les4chess

          I'm pretty sure I will die of old age long before there are ever any advanced study plans on here.  Tongue Out

        • 4 months ago

          mohammahd

          Innocent

        • 4 months ago

          mohammahd

          Wink

        • 4 months ago

          fabskannone

        • 4 months ago

          Masterjatin

          I think that some traps would be enough to learn. I have won queen infinite times after 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qc6?? 4.Bb5! or 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Qf6 3.Nc3 Nc6 4.Nd5 Qe6?? 5.Nxc7+!

          And every opening has some traps to be played, just see them.

        • 4 months ago

          ashmitrai

          good 

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